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Tex G. Hall
3/6/09
Today, our nation faces a great challenge – the biggest global financial crisis of our lifetime...
3/6/09
With their survival as a tribe hanging in the balance, the Duwamish are making pleas for help to President Obama and to the people of Seattle...
Lance Morgan
3/6/09
I have come to believe that almost all tobacco tax compacts are hopelessly out of date and have evolved into a fraud and a tool for economic exploitation...
3/6/09
She remembers when everyone around her spoke the language of the Wichita. Now they are all gone...
3/6/09
As female head dancer, 14-year-old Daniella Mathews, will lead about 150 other dancers expected to participate in the grand entry that opens Saturday's powwow at Covington Middle S...
3/6/09
The governor's decision to send hydropower destined for the St...
Dave Palermo
3/6/09
" T he future preservation and prosperity of American Indians will not be decided in the halls of Congress or state legislatures, nor will it be adjudicated within the solemn chamb...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/6/09
AKWESASNE TERRITORY – The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe has written to Gov...
Rob Capriccioso
3/6/09
WASHINGTON – George T. Skibine, deputy assistant secretary for policy and economic development, Indian affairs at the Interior Department announced Feb...
3/5/09
In another cost-cutting move, Pearl River Resort will eliminate the last shift at the Golden Moon Casino on Sundays, Warren Strain, communications director for the Resort, confirme...
3/5/09
Jin Gentry is the new director of Jacobson House Native Art Center, a nonprofit American Indian cultural center at 609 Chautauqua Ave...
3/5/09
A career fair organized by Oklahoma’s Choctaw Nation will tackle guiding high school students to their best college or technical training future as well as matching job seekers sta...
3/5/09
Pauline Murillo remembers as a child camping with her grandmother and picking grapes from vines growing on land where Cal State San Bernardino now sits...
3/5/09
A western Arizona woman has pleaded guilty in the drunken-driving death of a man in a wheelchair. The U.S...
3/5/09
When I was born I was wrapped in a blanket of red tape. I am a treaty (Cree) First Nation person, long hair, high cheekbones and the whole shebang...
3/5/09
Washington state's American Indian tribes are expected to receive nearly $15 million in federal dollars to build new homes, renovate old ones and repair roads, according to a state...
3/5/09
HENRY GOTTFRIEDSON and ALLISON GOTTFRIEDSON, operators of Frank’s Landing Indian Discount Tobacco, were sentenced late yesterday in U.S...
3/5/09
Tuesday brought an opportunity for some of Del Norte’s best and brightest students to be recognized for their efforts...
3/5/09
Florida lawmakers put supporters of Gov. Charlie Crist's Seminole gambling compact on notice Wednesday: A deal won't come easily this year - if it comes at all...
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
3/5/09
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Attorney Christine Zuni Cruz has seen the complexity of Indian identity first-hand in her personal and professional life...

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