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01/22/09 - Casino plans move forward with court decision
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge Wednesday to an Indian casino in western Michigan, a key step to clearing the way for construction...
01/22/09 - Casino deal getting new, wider scrutiny
As talk at the State House returns to casinos, a grass-roots group is mobilizing, hoping to ensure that legislators keep the region's needs in mind when they consider legalized gam...
01/22/09 - End of freeze thaws lawsuit against feds
The lifting of the Bennett Freeze in 2006 also thawed out a 1988 lawsuit in which the Navajo Nation claims the U.S...
Tribes, deputies get to know each other
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
RIVERSIDE, Calif. – What is an officer-involved shooting investigation? Riverside County Sheriff Lt...
Honoring the Spirit Awards Dinner
Cliff Matias, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – A who’s who of New York City’s American Indian community turned out for the Honoring of the Spirit Awards Dinner at the National Arts Club Ballroom in the Gramercy Park ...
Cedar Tree, oldest Northern Arapaho, dies at 96
Matt Joyce, Associated Press
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – Helen Cedar Tree, the oldest member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe and a longtime supporter of tribal community and cultural preservation efforts, has died...
A proposed helping hand for Native veterans
SAMSON, Ala. – He’s got some land. He’s got a plan...
Healing to Wellness
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
Cherokees pay to keep ambulance running
The Associated Press
WEST SILOAM SPRINGS, Okla...
Resolve to reduce cancer risk
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
I n this column, Roberta Cahill of the American Cancer Society talks to Charlotte Hofer about ways to reduce cancer risk through the Great American Health Check...
Sitka team invited to Healthy Native Communities Fellowship
SITKA, Alaska – The Sitka-based team “Haa Shagoon Latseení” (Our Ancestors’ Strength) has been invited to participate in the national Healthy Native Communities Fellowship program...
‘Native American Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories’
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
While the widespread issue of Native American transracial adoptions isn’t a new issue to Indian country, the published non-fiction book “Native American Transracial Adoptees Tell T...
Accurate Native history is critical to sobriety and recovery, program finds
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – White Bison Inc...
Tribes lobby governor for more support
The Associated Press
HELENA, Mont. (AP) – Leaders of Montana’s eight American Indian nations met with Gov...
‘Meeting the Medicine Men: An Englishman’s Travels Among the Navajo’
Pam Hughes, Today Correspondent
Meeting the Medicine Men: An Englishman’s Travels Among the Navajo” is a nonfiction travel essay by Charles Langley, a former London tabloid editor...
01/21/09 - Hearing begins in Reno on disputed gold mine
Western Shoshone tribal members packed a Reno courtroom Tuesday, trying to persuade a federal judge to halt at least part of a huge gold mine they claim would desecrate a sacred la...
01/21/09 - Chief Marie Dies; So Does Her Language
Chief Marie, 89, was the last person to speak this tribal tongue, which she learned from her parents as a little girl. She was also the last full-blooded Eyak...
01/21/09 - Oneida Nation vets march in inaugural parade
The sun had set and the crowd had thinned along Pennsylvania Avenue by the time the five-member Oneida Nation Veterans Marching Unit appeared...
01/21/09 - Tribe gets $750K to build gas station
The Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe will receive a $750,000 grant for the construction of a gas station and convenience store...
01/21/09 - State moves too slowly on new rules to protect salmon
It's not news that salmon populations have declined drastically. Last year, regulators voted to ban all salmon fishing along the Pacific coast of California and Oregon...
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