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Video Flyover: The Land That Gives Life
Natives Still Here and Caring for Land
Self-Regulation of Class II Gaming
Comanche Boy in Denmark for Next Bout
Leonard Nimoy, My Vulcan Savior
World Out of Balance
Investing in the Future of Tribes
Moon and Jupiter Dance Again
Eating Paleo Starting With Sweet Potatoe
1st Marijuana Conference Creates a Buzz
The Myth of the Post-Racial Society
Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
Tatanka Means' Standup Comedy
Calif. Gaming Conference on Drought
Changing Currents Increased NE Sea Level
Penn's Pratfall; Racist Dwarves
3 Alliances Between Africans and Natives
Jim Thorpe, the Play
PA Community Divided Over 'Redskins'
Coal Terminals Would Destroy Lummi Sites
Thing About Skins
Black Eagle takes chairman's oath, vows push for prosperity
Cedric Black Eagle, sworn in Tuesday as chairman of the Crow Nation, told an audience of hundreds that he is ready to lead his people into a future of hope...
Tribe’s casino pact with white men suspect
A secret, decade-long, eight-phase strategy by a group of local investors – including one notorious individual now under investigation for fraud – outlines plans for construction o...
Smith tries to undo American Indian stereotypes
Paul Chaat Smith dug deep into the disputed role of the American Indian as he read from his new book released in February...
d’Errico: The sands of federal ‘trust’
T he recent Supreme Court decision denying compensation for underpaid coal extraction from Navajo lands under federally approved leases ruled the Navajo Nation does not have a “sou...
Seminole Tribe gambling deal holds up budget
A week behind schedule, Florida legislators announced Tuesday that they had reached agreement on the broad framework for a budget reliant on federal stimulus money, increased fees ...
Fire burns thousands of acres in Cherokee
A fire that had burned more than 3,000 acres on the Cherokee Indian Reservation as of late Tuesday started when sparks from a downed power pole ignited the forest in the Big Cove C...
Ma-Chis tribe hosts Creek Indian Festival
ative American drums and dancers will line the Coffee County Farm Center this weekend with three full days during the annual Ma-Chis tribe hosting the Creek Indian Festival...
Judge rejects couple’s request for return of seized cigarettes, money
A federal judge has prevented Joan and Marvin Wilbur from recovering 3.6 million cigarettes and $127,107 seized two years ago in a federal raid of the Swinomish couple’s business, ...
ACS releases new breast cancer video starring all-Native American cast
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Although cancer affects men and women of every age, race, ethnic background and economic class, the disease disproportionately impacts minorities...
South Dakota Office of Tourism enhances online services
PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Office of Tourism recently enhanced its consumer Internet site, www.TravelSD.com , making it easier for users to arrange travel plans online...
Paragon hosts second annual Battle of the Bayou
SCIA considers Roubideaux to lead IHS
WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Tim Johnson (D-SD) met with Dr. Yvette Roubideaux, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, earlier this year...
Tribes look to Obama for protection of sacred peaks
The Navajo Nation Council has given its approval for the Nation’s attorneys and leaders to meet with the Obama administration in hopes of working out a settlement to protect the sa...
EPA seeks remand of Navajo power plant permit
Tribe’s ex-finance director gets one year
A federal judge Monday sentenced the former finance director of the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Indian Township to a year and a day in federal prison for his role in the misuse of triba...
On gambling, no deal in sight
Gambling talks between the two chambers have hit a snag, as legislators wait for budget negotiations to thaw...
School district hosts Pow-wow
A typical Tuesday afternoon for the Enumclaw School District Native American dance troupe involves twirling and quick-stepping to the beat of the drums in the Southwood Elementary ...
Time for the state to look seriously at slot machines?
Tribes press for gambling rights
Lawmakers heard hours of testimony Monday on a slew of slots-related bills, including the latest attempts by Passamaquoddy tribal members and Oxford County residents to bring gambl...
Gaming bills still in committee
Leaders of the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Tribe continue to closely monitor 15 bills that could reopen the tribe’s gaming center that employed more than 495 people in Polk County...
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