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Gale Courey Toensing
10/3/08
KENT, Conn...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/3/08
WATERVILLE, Maine – When Henry Sockbeson III began practicing Indian law in the 1970s, the courts were relatively supportive of Indian issues. Now, not so much...
Letter to the Editor
10/3/08
My name is Robin Jay Swan and I am Chippewa Cree from Rocky Boy, Mont., but I am married to a Navajo lady and living in Navajo land in Thoreau, N.M...
Letter to the Editor
10/3/08
I have never written to a newspaper editor before, and so find this experience both exciting and scary. I am not a Native American but do hail from South Dakota...
Letter to the Editor
10/3/08
The Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas survived another natural disaster as Hurricane Ike blew through our reservation and left a mark on our tribe...
Editors note
10/3/08
Federally recognized tribes have not been as supportive of the federal recognition of new tribal communities as they perhaps could...
Joseph Brings Plenty
10/3/08
What began as purely an economic assistance program from the government of Venezuela and its energy company, Citgo, has evolved into a journey for myself and the Lakota people: one...
10/3/08
Shoshones once used the Earth's hot water for bathing and warmth on cold winter days. Now, they're looking to turn it into electricity...
10/3/08
The state of New Mexico filed a brief with the Washington, D.C.-based Environmental Appeals Board appealing the air permit granted July 31 to Desert Rock Power Plant...
10/3/08
Tohono O'odham leaders began transporting tribe members making a religious pilgrimage out of Sonora on Thursday because of concerns for their safety and urged other members not to ...
10/3/08
A Utah state park moved an American Indian-inspired statue of a humpbacked flute player Thursday after objections that it was offensive because the male figure is anatomically corr...
10/3/08
The city of Needles council was questioned by Fort Mojave Indian tribal members during a Sept...
10/3/08
The National Kidney Foundation of North Carolina has received its largest gift ever, a $150,000 sponsorship from Harrah’s Cherokee Casino & Hotel to support the Kidneyville Cru...
10/3/08
Jeff Glaser won't be dancing this weekend. Because's he's in mourning for his mother, June, who passed away in May, tradition dictates he not dance for at least a year...
10/3/08
Opening ceremonies begin at 2 p.m. today, but that’s just the start of two days of events during the sixth annual Black Indian Pow Wow in Enid...
10/3/08
The Hopi Indian tribe has lived on the mesas of Arizona for hundreds of years...
10/3/08
Westerns were a cornerstone of living room entertainment during the 1950s and '60s, and on the big screen before that...
10/2/08
A federal judge said he'll decide Friday whether to dismiss charges against a man scheduled to stand trial starting Monday for the slaying of a fellow Canadian 32 years ago because...
Evon Peter
10/2/08
McCain’s choice of Sarah Palin for his vice presidential running mate has opened a political window into Alaska...
10/2/08
Another child has died while in the care of the Awasis child and family services agency in northern Manitoba — the second death in two weeks, CBC News has learned...

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