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European Bison Return to Wild
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Each Child Is Sacred
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The Week That Was: May 1, 2016
Navajo Modern Day Trading Post
Native Suicide: Intergenerational Trauma
Kinship and Tribal Nations
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Thing About Skins
Foxwoods Official Says State Should Consider Lowering Gambling Age
Connecticut should consider lowering its legal gambling age from 21, perhaps to 18, and consider allowing alcohol sales until 4 a.m., the leader of the Indian tribe that owns Foxwo...
A legislative lesson: The making of IHCIA 2010
The reauthorization of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act as part of the nation’s health care bill in March was not only a historic moment for that specific piece of legislatio...
Tornadoes sweep through Oklahoma
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
NORMAN, Okla. – Severe storms and tornadoes swept through Oklahoma May 10, prompting Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry to declare a state of emergency in 56 Oklahoma counties...
Making it to graduation day
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – An epiphany may not be a bad thing to experience in high school, even if you’re not exactly sure what it means...
Creighton meets need for Native dentists
OMAHA, Neb. – Creighton University is meeting a crippling need for Native American dentists and addressing a persistent health disparity head on...
Red Cloud senior accepted to Ivy League schools
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
Sean Wells recognized as outstanding student
University of Montana to dedicate Native American Center
MISSOULA, Mont. – The University of Montana will hold the formal dedication ceremony for its new Payne Family Native American Center May 13, at its campus in Missoula...
Arizona lawmakers spark ire of Apaches over copper mine, land exchange
A local dispute in this old mining town has sparked a legislative battle on Capitol Hill, and the outcome could affect the reelection races of two incumbents in Congress...
Get the ‘surface’ experience
PALM SPRINGS, Calif...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
E very day we encounter problems in our lives. We experience personal and professional dilemmas that block or interfere with our progress...
Long-suffering tribe fears oil may strike final blow
The native Houma people, who have long relied on fishing and trapping in the marshlands of Louisiana, have been through a lot as a tribe...
Native Sons nominated as Small Subcontractor of the Year
PLAINVILLE, Conn. – The U.S. Small Business Administration recently informed Native Sons, Ltd...
Tulalip picked for gambling commission
President Barack Obama wants a member of the Tulalip Tribes to lead the nation's chief regulator of Indian gaming...
Christian ‘Doctrine’ Fueled Dehumanization: UNPFII Report
NEW YORK – A groundbreaking report examining the roots of Christian domination over indigenous peoples and their lands was released this week at the united nations Permanent Forum ...
Asked to stay
Letter to the Editor
W e are responding to your editorial questioning the decision of the elected leaders of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association to hold our annual meeting as schedul...
The Morongo Indian Reservation began with just 640 acres in 1876
Overlooking the Banning Pass, the Morongo Indian Reservation spans more than 35,000 acres of changing terrain, from high desert vistas to striking mountains, lush forests and flowi...
American Indian games fascinate Caseville man
When Harold Hoelzle was a boy, his family would visit the Caseville area as often as possible to escape the stresses of everyday life...
DA seeks hate crime charges against men who branded mentally challenged resident with swastika symbol
The District Attorney's Office is pursuing hate crime charges against three men who were arrested Friday for branding a mentally challenged man with a swastika symbol April 29...
Plan for hatchery on course
Seattle Public Utilities is proceeding on schedule with its plan to build a replacement hatchery on the Cedar River, with hopes of it opening by late summer next year...
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