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Native History Is American History
Op-Ed: Don't Drink the Agent Orange!
Drought Disaster in Four AZ Counties
Payday Loan Lenders Hurting Natives
Throwback: Tony Duncan and Bret Michaels
CA Students Research Fed Rec & Water
NCAI President Wears Patriots Jersey
Miss Indian World Pageant Gearing Up
Start Eating Paleo Today With Beef Stew
Who Was the Lone Woman of San Nicolas?
Indigenous Views: Hickeys and Cleavage
Blue Stone: Built on Client Success
NMAI Profile: Lisa Johnson-Billy
Fashion Exploiting Native Wear Is Racist
Navajo Nation Could Lose Housing Money
Smallest Full Moon of Year March 5
Native Rockers in Spotlight at SXSW
Keystone XL Override Fails
Tribes Bringing Internet to Remote Homes
Partnering for Conservation Benefits
Thing About Skins
Dr. Sheufelt named Ethel Lund Medical Center administrator
JUNEAU, Alaska – The SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium recently named Dr. Janice Sheufelt clinic administrator for the SEARHC Ethel Lund Medical Center in Juneau...
Seminole Nation Transit assists rural communities
I n pursuit of his goal of creating a transit system within the Seminole Nation , Principal Chief Enoch Kelly Haney announced April 4 that the U.S...
Recession impact on Native America varies with tribes
T he recession has had a widely diverse impact on the 360 historically impoverished American Indian tribes in the lower 48 states...
Seneca Council revises Gaming Corp. Charter
SENECA NATION, CATTARAUGUS TERRITORY – The Seneca Nation of Indians Legislative Council recently voted to make significant changes in the charters of the Seneca Gaming Corp...
Artists chosen to carve eagle totem pole for Sealaska Heritage Institute
A rtists Joe and TJ Young have won a contract to carve a totem pole for Sealaska Heritage Institute on behalf of the University of Alaska Southeast...
Greektown Casino-Hotel receives Employer of the Year Award
DETROIT, Mich. – Greektown Casino-Hotel has been selected as the 2008 Employer of the Year by Goodwill Industries...
Master Key Consulting CEO named one of Business Gazette’s 25 CEOs You Need to Know
BETHESDA, Md. – Jonathan K...
Ranchers seek license to destroy uncontacted tribe’s land in Paraguay
A Brazilian cattle-ranching company is seeking permission from Paraguay’s government to destroy forest inhabited by one of the world’s last uncontacted tribes...
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeks applications for Tribal Wildlife Grants
O n May 1, the U.S...
Hawaiians travel to Alaska
HONOLULU – The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement will coordinate a cultural exchange by Native Hawaiian leaders in Anchorage, Alaska, as part of the nonprofit’s Leadership Ne...
Honoring our armed forces
U.S. Senator Tim Johnson, D-S.D.
A s Armed Forces Day approaches on May 16, I am reminded of the sacrifices of our men and women in uniform...
NRC panels admit eight parties in Yucca Mountain case
The Associated Press
LAS VEGAS (AP) – The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says eight petitioners and 299 challenges will be heard during upcoming hearings on the Energy Department’s application to open a...
‘Together We Can’ has something for everyone
Deborah Yates, Special to Today
MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Over the course of the last 20 years, visionary “child support warriors” have led efforts to establish a tribal child support initiative...
Casino gambling bill dies; setback for Tiguas
Efforts to allow casino gambling in Texas, including operations at Speaking Rock Casino, met their demise for the current legislative session Tuesday. State Rep...
Casino payout time begins
In a ceremony befitting a $6.2 million jackpot winner, the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians made its first casino payment to local communities on Tuesday...
Tribal adoption bill makes progress
A bill to provide culturally sensitive adoptions for California Indian tribes has passed two major hurdles in the Assembly...
Tribes look to $3B share of stimulus funds
The 30-year-old trailer that Naomi Sitting Bear shares with her two children, her sister-in-law and her nephew has a broken furnace, broken water pipes and holes in the walls and f...
Cherokee lobby to have 5 tribes deleted from bill
After retaining two prominent lobbyists, the Cherokee Nation won a tentative victory in the Tennessee Legislature on Tuesday...
River Trace Golf Course sold to Cherokees of Alabama
The River Trace Golf Course in East Gadsden has been sold to the Cherokees of Alabama...
Sacramento Indians hope bill will restore sovereignty -- in Hawaii
The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians celebrated the grand opening of their Red Hawk Casino last December with native dances – and Hawaiian songs...
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