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College to return artifacts to tribe
The Associated Press
FARGO, N.D. – The Standing Rock Sioux Trib e says it is awaiting the return of dinosaur fossils taken by a college in Minnesota...
Tribes ask lawmakers to OK collaboration bill
Deborah Baker, The Associated Press
SANTA FE, N.M. – Indian leaders urged New Mexico lawmakers Feb. 6 to approve a measure mandating closer cooperation between state agencies and tribes...
PTAC Program Manager, Procurement Specialist- National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development- 02/12/09
Title: PTAC Program Manager, Procurement Specialist Location: Various Locations Company: National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development Salary: DOE Website/E-mail: www...
New Farmington discrimination panel has critics
The Associated Press
Weeneebeg Aboriginal Film and Video Festival celebrates youth, elders, new work and partnerships
MOOSE FACTORY, Ontario – The 7th annual Weeneebeg Aboriginal Film and Video Festival will feature 35 films and will be screened in a multitude of venues within Moose Factory and Mo...
02/12/09 - Former tribal council leader pleads guilty
Judge Rya Zobel had a few questions for Glenn Marshall in U.S. District Court yesterday...
02/12/09 - Gov. Paterson "not interested" in talking Catskills casino until Seneca tax issue resolved
02/12/09 - Augustine Band takes green path
Beneath a radiant sun, the Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians celebrated a solar energy first for Indian Country...
02/12/09 - Apache Gold resort lays off 9% of workforce
The Apache Gold Casino Resort east of Globe temporarily closed its golf, discontinued keno games and laid off 9 percent of its workforce Wednesday in response to the worsening econ...
02/12/09 - Arizona Man Sentenced for Misprision of a Felony
Raymond Paul Garcia, 29, of Scottsdale, Ariz. and a member of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Tribe, was sentenced yesterday to two years in federal prison by U.S...
02/12/09 - Plans moving forward on proposed Fruitport Township casino
The work by federal, tribal and local officials completed this year will play a large role in whether a proposed American Indian casino becomes a reality at the site that includes ...
02/12/09 - Quechan resort to open Friday
In June 2007, the official groundbreaking was held for the Quechan Tribe's new casino resort and heavy equipment followed right behind the shovels to begin construction of the near...
02/12/09 - Sex offenders now must register on reservation
Sex offenders -- Indian and non-Indian alike -- living or working on the Yakama reservation will now have to register with the tribe...
02/12/09 - Judge rules tribal election results valid
The Chippewa Cree Tribe's elections will move forward after an appellate court judge dismissed a tribal court judge's ruling that voided the results of the tribe's October primary ...
02/12/09 - Despite economic downturn, casinos still draw crowds
Even during the middle of the week, the slot machines at the North Star Mohican Casino are busy. "People still want entertainment...
Main EchoHawk detractors change minds
WASHINGTON – The tide has at least partially turned for Larry EchoHawk...
Being present for the story
Letter to the Editor
Nearly a decade after it was written here that a relevant Native journalism, among other things, should champion the protection and enhancement of American Indian rights in nationa...
Cruz: Mayan voices of the past still heard today
They can cut down our branches, but they will never tear out our roots,” was the powerful cry our ancestors gave, as a wail of emotions vigorously invaded their souls...
Native artists featured at North Coast Gallery
MCKINNLEYVILLE, Calif. – The North Coast Gallery will feature recent paintings and prints of local Native artists Lyn Risling and Julian Lang throughout February...
American Indian films at forefront of pre-Oscar week
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