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NorthWest Indian News is now on CoLours TV; reach is 17 million
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
DENVER – CoLours TV is now broadcasting NorthWest Indian News, a half-hour news program...
EPA temporarily bans outdoor burns on Northwest reservations
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – The U.S...
02/09/09 - Panel to discuss Native American stereotypes
Native American stereotypes will be the topic of discussion at 3:30 p.m. today in Moore Hall's Townsend Kiva Auditorium...
02/09/09 - Wampanoag elect new chairman
The victorious candidates emerged from the Tribal Council building one by one, tears in their eyes as screams erupted around them and car horns blared...
02/09/09 - Concordia to return relics to tribal land
After returning a first set of bones a year ago, Concordia College is preparing to return more relics to an Indian reservation south of Bismarck...
02/09/09 - Proposed casino could create 3,000 jobs
Landing a 600-room resort and casino in Glendale's sports and entertainment district would boost a city striving to increase the number of jobs, although many would be service-orie...
02/09/09 - Seven vie for Tulalip Tribes board
Two Tulalip Tribes board members are facing five other candidates in their bid for re-election this year. Marlin Fryberg Jr...
02/09/09 - Saginaw Chippewa Tribe Sets Pay Freeze
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribal Council is instituting a pay freeze through the end of the year...
Standing Rock Sioux member gets key White House post
WASHINGTON – The White House announced Feb. 6 that Jodi Archambault Gillette has been named as one of three deputy associate directors of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs...
Twenty years later tribal gaming still spells economic success
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
A ccording to the National Indian Gaming Association, tribal gaming began as a $200 million industry with the passage of the 1988 Indian Gaming Regulatory Act...
Crime/health bill awaits appropriation, administration action
WASHINGTON – This summer appeared to be a promising time for tribal crime and health advocates after the Senate passed an amendment aimed at injecting $2 billion to strengthening h...
Disappointment on Indian health care reauthorization front
WASHINGTON – All the optimism in the world from tribal leaders, American Indian organizations and some members of Congress couldn’t help the overdue reauthorization of the Indian H...
Tribes, individuals struggle to protect sacred sites
Gale Courey Toensing
SAN FRANCISCO, Ca. – A 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling emblematized the disregard for indigenous religion held by some in the dominant society...
Palin candidacy shone light on Alaska Native issues
ANCHORAGE – Alaska Gov...
NAGPRA’s big year
WASHINGTON – 2008 may be viewed as one of the most momentous years for the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act since the federal law was passed in 1990...
Media biases alive and well in 2008
WASHINGTON – Being mistreated in the mainstream press is nothing new to many American Indians and tribes, and 2008 continued the trend...
02/06/09 - Seminoles promise legislators $288 million for state budget
Ratcheting up its public relations effort to seek approval of an agreement with Gov...
02/06/09 - Penobscot Nation furthers ‘green’ resolve
Penobscot Nation officials are celebrating the recent acquisition of four new hybrid technology vehicles purchased with federal grants...
02/06/09 - Tribal casino boots execs, asks for assistance from Station Casinos
Station Casinos has been asked to temporarily run day-to-day operations of the Thunder Valley Casino by the American Indian tribe which owns the casino, the tribe and casino compan...
02/06/09 - Callaway Liquor Store takes advantage of tribal smoking, gaming
The statewide smoking ban that took effect on Oct. 1, 2007 has hit some bars around the area hard. But not the on-sale portion of the Callaway Liquor Store...
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