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FCC Eyes Broadband For Indian Reservations
Only 63 percent of all Americans have high-speed Internet connections. That's low compared with other countries...
California Indian tribe rejects online gaming legislation
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians, who have been outspoken in their support of online poker legislation in California, surprisingly rejected a proposal by state Sen...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
I f you have ever worked for a tribal organization chances are you have had your own experiences in working with an oversight committee or board, directly or indirectly...
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Ponemah Boys and Girls Club groundbreaking
Michael Meuers, Special to Today
A groundbreaking for the much anticipated Ponemah Branch of the Red Lake Nation Boys and Girls Club, and new Ponemah Community Center, a true multi-purpose facility was held May 5 ...
Native congress pushes U.S. to sign rights declaration
The National Congress of American Indians’ plate is full this week with a variety of weighty topics...
Students learn about Native American culture
It wasn't Justin Murphy's mother or grandmother who taught him the Native stories of how the Big Dipper came into existence...
At Snoqualmie Falls, prayers rise with mist
Mist cruises through the air in great clouds, twining through the branches of a giant cedar and falling in crystal drops, renewing the cycle of life...
Tribal Alliance of Sovereign Indian Nations rejects proposed online gaming legislation
The Tribal Alliance of Sovereign Indian Nations on Monday said it is opposed to state Sen. Rod Wright's measure to legalize online gambling...
Shinnecock Tribe Shops Around For Casino Location
With their status now approved by the federal government, the Shinnecock Indian Nation has sent tribal leaders to Albany in order to build federal support for multiple casino enter...
A pack of cigarettes in New York City now costs $11
Where there’s smoke, there’s taxes — especially for New Yorkers...
Founder of Turtle Lodge opens G8 World Religions Summit
WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Anishinabe elder and spiritual leader Dave Courchene will open the G8 World Religions Summit with a message of peace, prayer and a call to action...
Trahant: Expanding access to oral health through innovation
A philosophical question: How much medical training is needed to treat patients? Some say it’s the full course as proscribed by existing medical, nursing or dental schools...
Inter-Tribal Water Commission Recommends No Vote On Water Bond
The Water Commission of the Inter-Tribal Council of California (ITCC), in a powerfully worded statement, is urging people to vote "No" on the $11.14 water bond on the November ball...
Salish Community College honors retiring president
Hundreds of guests are honoring the founder and outgoing president of Salish Kootenai College...
Dry Creek tribal leader vows to reclaim post
The Bureau of Indian Affairs says the disputed recall of Dry Creek Rancheria Chairman Harvey Hopkins is an internal matter for the tribe to sort out...
Split appeals court rules against EPA and Navajo concerns
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Navajo residents worried about uranium mining’s impact on their northwestern New Mexico community were handed a defeat by a narrowly divided federal appeals court in an en...
Mohegan Tribe to complete projects
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Two major Native philanthropy groups confer and tour
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A week of looking at social justice through the lens of billion-dollar assets concluded with visits to the sites of a World War II Japanese-American internment camp and a ...
Keepers of the Peace Powwow
WEST POINT, N.Y...
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