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01/02/09- Wash. tribe seek to move away from flooding danger
Flooding used to be a problem every five or 10 years for the tiny Hoh Indian Reservation. These days it's an annual event...
01/02/09- Appeals Court Affirms ISP Authority on Tribal Land
Idaho state troopers can arrest American Indians on highways where they cross reservation land without violating a tribe's sovereignty, according to a recent Idaho Court of Appeals...
01/02/09- Teens’ film looks at oil refineries on tribal lands
The College of St. Scholastica hosts a screening and discussion of the documentary “March Point” at 6 p.m. Jan. 13, in the Mitchell Auditorium on campus...
Becoming ‘better off’ in a bad economy
Letter to the Editor
I n the important 2007 reader, “Shoot the Indian: Media, Misperceptions and Native Truth,” a speech given by venerable Haudenosaunee scholar John C...
01/02/09- Indians' dispute before court
A bitter dispute has divided the state's smallest Indian tribe, creating an identity crisis that will have to be settled in court...
Resolve to read
Letter to the Editor
Every parent of a young child should resolve to do one simple thing this year that can change their life – read to them every day...
Letter to the Editor
Regarding the article, “Discovery’s ‘America’s First Nations’ sparks debate,” I played a small role in the critique of the film in question...
Wilkins: The voice of silence
David E. Wilkins
A s we enter the deep cold of winter (especially if you live in Minnesota!), it is a good time to pause and reflect...
Looking for right kind of progress on NCLB
WASHINGTON – Native educators in 2008 continued to make their Indian-focused education priorities under the No Child Left Behind Act known to policymakers...
Tribes call for amendment or repeal of P.L. 280
Gale Courey Toensing
LOS ANGELES, Ca – It was violence and the tragic deaths of members of the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians this year that reignited a long running controversy over Public Law 280 and...
Tribal casino Industry 2008
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
I n 2008, the current national economic crisis created serious challenges for tribal casinos...
New IHS director faced difficult year
WASHINGTON – Soon after Robert McSwain was sworn in as director of IHS May 7, he was an optimistic man...
12/31/08 - CRIT elects new chair
Eldred Enas was elected as the new Chairman of the Colorado River Indian Tribes in the Tribes' elections on Dec. 6. Enas defeated Rayford Patch and Wendell Goodman, Jr...
Struggles and persistance
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
I ndigenous Latin Americans were fighting for their rights in 2008...
12/31/08 - Arizona Poker Room Raided After Indian Casinos File Lawsuit
The was no Christmas spirit in Arizona recently, as the City of Tucson’s Police Department, assisted by agents from the Arizona Department of Gaming, raided and closed a local priv...
12/31/08 - 2 eagles die in Oregon, victims of gunshots
The first eagle was found in the snow, its wings spread far and wide, feathers scattered about its body. Jennifer Merritt and her boyfriend T.O...
12/31/08 - Lower Elwha casino now set to open in February
The Lower Elwha Klallam tribe will have to wait a little longer to power up its first casino...
12/31/08 - TEMECULA: Milestone in water rights negotiations
Leaders of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians and the Rancho California Water District say they have put together the framework for lasting water rights peace in the Temecula Val...
12/31/08 - Tribal casinos cope with recession, lure Nevada-bound customers
Hard economic times are pinching California, driving the jobless rate up to 8.4 percent and forcing the state to consider major tax increases and draconian cuts in public services...
12/31/08 - Stillaguamish Tribe opens expanded casino
The grand opening ceremony for the newly expanded Angel of the Winds Casino in Arlington ended at noon on Sunday, and about 400 people were already lined up, waiting to get inside.
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