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‘War Crime’: ISIS Bulldozes Sacred Site
'Neither Wolf Nor Dog' on Home Stretch
Lawsuits Challenge Wildlife Culling
Addressing Aging Irrigation Projects
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Frozen Marshals; Roasted Kirk
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AIANTA Breaks Into Italian Tourism
Genocide: From a Student Perspective
Mapping Sacred Indigenous Sites: Brazil
Native History Is American History
Op-Ed: Don't Drink the Agent Orange!
Drought Disaster in Four AZ Counties
Payday Loan Lenders Hurting Natives
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CA Students Research Fed Rec & Water
NCAI President Wears Patriots Jersey
Miss Indian World Pageant Gearing Up
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Thing About Skins
Entrepreneurial spirit lands MSU students in first place
BILLINGS, Mont. – Some people, it’s said, wear their hearts on their sleeves...
Anahola Homeownership Resource Center to open this year
ANAHOLA, Hawaii – The Anahola Hawaiian Homes Association will soon be opening the Anahola Homeownership Resource Center on the island of Kauai with funding support from the Departm...
Navajo Nation Council welcomes Gov. Brewer
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The 21st Navajo Nation Council welcomed Arizona Gov...
State and tribe to sign gaming compact
Wayne Ortman, Associated Press Writer
PIERRE, S.D. – The state was set to enter into a new 10-year gaming compact with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe for its Grand River Casino near Mobridge. Gov...
Southern Ariz. tribe reburying bones fear digs
Tom Beal, Arizona Daily Star
SBA names new director for Office of Native American Affairs
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Small Business Administration recently announced the appointment of Clara Pratte as national director for the agency’s Office of Native American Affairs...
New poll shows continuing support for gaming on tribal lands
PHOENIX – A new poll conducted by the Arizona Indian Gaming Association found that 60 percent of voters believe the state has the right amount of gaming in play today...
Judge dismisses lawsuit challenging Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – U.S. District Judge John A...
Writing competition invites Native Americans to share insights on economy
T he Alaska Federation of Natives , in partnership with the National Congress of American Indians and the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement , has launched “Native Insight: Th...
Stilly Valley historical map to serve as welcome center
When the new welcome center map at the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum is finally finished in 2010, more than a dozen metal fish will adorn the carved cedar map...
Former Navajo housing executive, builder indicted
The Associated Press
First slots arrive at Michigan’s newest casino
James Prichard, Associated Press Writer
EMMETT TOWNSHIP, Mich...
Sycuan wants land added to reservation
The Sycuan Indian band is seeking to triple the size of its reservation just east of El Cajon by annexing 2,000 acres it owns, including a former sand mine, a golf course and a hot...
Chamberlain Provides Eight Strong Innings and One Defensive Gem
Joba Chamberlain took three hurried strides off the mound and leaped...
Keetoowahs' lawsuit over hospital tossed
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit by the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians asking the court to stop the Cherokee Nation from taking over the W.W...
Cooperation and discussions are keys to resolving issues
AKWESASNE TERRITORY – St. Regis Mohawk Tribe has stated its position on the recent closing of the bridge at the Massena Port and Cornwall Ontario...
Business quickly fixes mixup over tribal ID
Last week when Frank Stiffarm stopped into Wal-Mart in Great Falls to cash a check, he pulled out his tribal identification card from the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation...
Cherokee tribe seeking $18M in stimulus funds
The Associated Press
Scottsdale backing tribe's spring training bid
Scottsdale officials are supporting an American Indian tribe's bid to build a spring-training complex for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies...
Bishop optical offering eyeglasses to 4,000 Navajo
Alysa Landry, The Daily Times
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