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Marty Two Bulls Sr.
2/26/10
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Letter to the Editor
2/26/10
W hat should Indian policy in the 21st century look like? Around the world, indigenous peoples have generally similar views and expression of their needs...
2/25/10
The state Commission on Indian Affairs, which requested that part of the Watuppa Reservation be put into state-controlled trust, did not take action on the Fall River and Freetown ...
2/25/10
Ending three weeks of silence, Middleboro selectmen have agreed to send a letter to Mashpee Wampanoag leaders asking them to explain published reports about the tribe's courting of...
2/25/10
Leaders of Maine’s Indian tribes praised an executive order signed Wednesday by Gov...
Carol Berry
2/24/10
Part 3 of 5 CONCHO, Okla...
Rob Capriccioso
2/24/10
LAS VEGAS – Department of Commerce Secretary Gary Locke says the Obama administration supports a new round of jobs-based recovery funds for Indian country...
2/24/10
Wisconsin schools could no longer use Indian mascots and team names in many cases under a bill the Assembly signaled preliminary support for in a series of votes Tuesday...
2/24/10
A Republican has delayed the final passage of a bill that would force schools to drop American Indian logos or face fines...
2/24/10
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe has given 2 percent of its annual income, more than $100 million since the opening of Soaring Eagle Casino in 1994, to the Isabella County area...
2/24/10
For Aquidneck Island towns, the Navy’s long-awaited announcement that it will release 260 surplus west-side acres was cause for early February celebration...
2/24/10
A state tax department policy of not enforcing tax collections on Indian cigarette sales was officially rescinded Tuesday by the Paterson administration...
Rob Capriccioso
2/24/10
WASHINGTON – The National Indian Education Association is set to lose a longtime director to the federal government. The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs voted Feb...
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
2/23/10
SONORA VALLEY, Mexico – The problems began ominously with the Yaqui pueblo peoples who accepted pesticide practices in the 1950s so-called Green Revolution ...
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
2/23/10
SAN CARLOS, Ariz...
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
2/23/10
SALEM, Ore. – The world’s largest river restoration and dam removal effort kicked off in a spirit of celebration inside the grand rotunda of Oregon’s Capitol Feb. 18...
Staff reports
2/23/10
WASHINGTON – As Congress takes up reauthorization of the Child Nutrition Act, Rep. Herseth Sandlin and Rep...
2/23/10
Two Santa Ynez Valley community groups have filed their opening brief arguing the merits of their case against the federal government in a challenge to an effort by the Santa Ynez ...
2/23/10
A bill making its way through the state legislature could add a new member to the board that governs the local airport...
2/23/10
Before I became the governor of the Gila River Indian Community, I built a career in law enforcement...

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