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One step closer for Muscogee (Creek) Nation
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
OKMULGEE, Okla. – A marble marker denotes the spot where the last man who was executed in the old Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Timmie Jack, was shot for murder in 1896...
$4.1 million invested in tribal land-grant institutions
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced that 22 tribal colleges in nine states have been chosen to receive $4.1 million in grants through the USDA Rural D...
President’s Cancer Panel emphasizes environmental causes of cancer
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – The latest report from the President’s Cancer Panel urges President Barack Obama “to use the power of your office to remove the carcinogens and other toxins from our f...
Legislation will bring clarity to the Indian Child Welfare Act if passed
Brenda Austin, Win Awenen Nisitotung
SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich...
Six Groups Lose Status As Indian Tribes
Six groups lost their state recognition as Indian tribes after officials found the now-defunct Tennessee Commission of Indian Affairs violated Tennessee’s Open Meetings Act...
Body and soul
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
SIOUX CITY, Iowa – “I want to give back,” said Tisha Moore, Rosebud Sioux, who had just heard she’d been hired as an addiction technician at a drug-treatment facility...
Research project shows importance of Native American involvement in cancer education
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
A research project sponsored by the American Cancer Society that involves the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in South Dakota is revealing the importance of cultural involvement in deve...
WEWIN embraces honorees
C ecelia Fire Thunder, a founding member of Women Empowering Women for Indian Nations, embraced the 2010 WEWIN honorees at their annual conference held in Tulsa in July...
Grant allows Conn. Natives increased access to breast cancer prevention resources
HARTFORD, Conn. – The Connecticut Affiliate of Susan G...
Roubideaux: A continuing discussion to improve health care for First Americans
M ark Trahant is completing a comprehensive and unprecedented series of columns on health reform and the Indian health system...
SDSU’s gaming institute focuses on tribal casinos
Michael Murray thought he would be working in a tropical paradise about now...
Join the powwow in Millsboro
The Nanticoke Indian Association's annual powwow is a celebration of culture, dancing and food...
Yuchi Indians return to native Effingham
It's not much of a stretch to say it had been about 200 years since their people stepped foot on Georgia soil, let alone Effingham County...
NC Indian tribe opens office in recognition bid
The Lumbee Indians of North Carolina are not slowing down in their effort to win federal recognition by January...
A Native perspective on ‘Cowboys and Findians’
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
O n May 13, MTV aired a controversial episode of “ The Dudesons in America ” entitled “Cowboys and Findians.” The episode, which portrayed four Finnish actors seeking to become Ame...
Russell: Lacrosse as a kick in the pants
V ine Deloria Jr.’s famous manifesto, “Custer Died for Your Sins,” was obviously intended as an intellectual kick in the pants for white America, but I’m here to tell you that some...
Telling ‘our story’ through tourism
Wilhelm Murg, Today correspondent
LAWTON, Okla. – For decades, travel agencies and tourism boards have used local Indian tribes in their marketing without giving anything back...
Our input still needed in Law and Order Act
Letter to the Editor
O n July 29, President Barack Obama signed into law the Tribal Law and Order Act ...
Record number turn out for third annual fundraiser
Michael Meuers, Special to Today
RED LAKE, Minn. – A record number of nearly 100 bikers, riders and passengers, participated in the Third Annual Ride Against Youth Suicide...
Native smokes: Don't tread on me
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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