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Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
T he Native American workplace is often identified as having a very casual work atmosphere...
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe commissions economic impact study
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – A recent economic impact study reflects the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe’s role in the North Country economy...
BLUE RIBBON DOWNS TO CLOSE
Racing will cease on Nov. 28 at Blue Ribbon Downs, 50 years after Bill Hedge founded the Sallisaw racetrack in 1960...
Ziibiwing Center gets national museum honor
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe's museum received a national award for efforts to preserve their culture, educate the community and promote understanding and healing...
Biologists Release 30 More Swift Foxes
Another 30 swift foxes are now roaming the plains of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northeastern Montana...
Gov. Charlie Crist hopeful for Seminoles gambling pact
Gov. Charlie Crist says there is still hope for a gambling deal between the state and the Seminole Tribe despite what a leading Florida legislator said last week...
Gamblers begin to question Oklahoma casinos’ lack of payback rules
Millions of gamblers’ dollars flow freely into Oklahoma’s Indian casinos...
Keel honored by Wrestling Hall of Fame
Being recognized for values he learned from his father was a bittersweet experience for Jay Keel...
Narragansett Indian Tribe tries to block subpoena of tribal leader
The Narragansett Indian Tribe is asking U.S...
Decision on Mont tribe pushed back to Tuesday
A long-awaited decision on whether a landless American Indian tribe in Montana deserves federal recognition was put off again on Monday...
Tribe loses clout in state casino debate
In 2007, when legislators last debated casino gambling in Massachusetts, the Mashpee Wampanoag were in the driver's seat and people testifying repeated the same word with the tribe...
NY may try to collect taxes on Indian cigarettes
A deepening deficit has New York officials looking again at how to collect unpaid taxes on cigarettes sold by Indian tribes to non-Indians...
Gov. questions Lytton tribal plan to build in Windsor
An Indian tribe's controversial plan to build housing and a community center on the edge of Windsor is being challenged by Gov...
Blackfeet Nation creates new venture
BROWNING, Mon. – The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council , the governing body of the Blackfeet Nation, has created a new tribal venture called Chief Mountain Technologies ...
Terra Telecom at the root of IHS communication advances
Sycuan Resort announces room renovation project
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Hydrology study shows benefits of traditional acequia irrigation systems
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Indian country philanthropy yields $284,000 plus for elders, embassy
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The evolution of Indian education
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
LAWRENCE, Kan. – The first students entered the doors of Haskell Institute in 1884. On Sept...
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