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Luger: Artist's ‘Nature & Nurture'
Dancing For Culture
STEM Camp Prepares Students for Future
‘Real’ Indians & Blood Quantum
Tanoak Tree: Acorn Tells a Native Story
Totems and Tourism: Hydaburg, Alaska
NMAI Profile: Brenda Meade
The Road to Visibility: Billy Frank Jr.
Micki Free Rocks Out on 'American Trash'
Tribal Tech Makes Inc. 500 List
Pump Money into Native Business
Struggling to Live Through Wildfires
Houska: Native Youth Protest Pipeline
Cherokees Claim Will Rogers
Ashley Callingbull for Mrs. Universe!
Ripe, Plump Super Moon in August
Crazy Candidates Not Named Trump Pt. 2
‘The Beginning and End of Rape’
Stop Contributing to Your Oppression
What Defines an Indigenous Group?
Thing About Skins
‘Ramp It Up’ tells story of Native America’s vibrant skateboard subculture
Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service
T he All Nations Skate Jam , held every year at the same time as the Gathering of Nations Powwow in Albuquerque, N.M., attracts hundreds of American Indian kids who glide and fly o...
Remains discovered in Kivalina
The Associated Press
BARROW, Alaska (AP) – Construction workers doing excavation for Kivalina’s new wastewater treatment plant unearthed the skeletal remains of three people believed to be members of a...
A bankruptcy primer
Jack Duran, Guest Columnist
I am likely breaking some sort of gaming taboo discussing the topic of bankruptcy, however, with the current state of the economy, struggling to recover from the collapse of the fi...
Mashpee chairman’s photo sparks pro- and anti-casino blogger battle
Gale Courey Toensing
A photo of Mashpee Wampanoag Chairman Cedric Cromwell published in Indian Country Today earlier this month has sparked a battle between pro- and anti-casino bloggers in Middleboro,...
RIT heads to the nation’s capital for its 25th Big Shot photography project
WASHINGTON – A longtime Rochester Institute of Technology event that highlights the spirit of community and volunteerism while generating a spectacular nighttime photograph heads t...
Update on Recovery Act funds for education
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act , tribes are beginning to see money going toward education...
Ancestral remains returned to tribe
The Onondaga Indian Nation will bury the ancestral remains of 180 individuals next month, ending a long-standing dispute with the New York State Museum...
Federal Court Ruling - LI Tribal Smoke Shops
Judge Carol Bagley Amon, a federal judge in Brooklyn, has ruled that businesses that sell cigarettes on Indian tribal lands are not exempt from federal, New York State or New York ...
Keats, Sr. 16 years as Arena Director
Michael L. Keats Sr. will serve as the Arena Director for the Wovoka Days Powwow here this weekend in Yerington...
Cahuilla Month event honors history of tribe
In September, the history of Palm Springs will be presented through the perspective of the area's first residents, the Cahuilla people...
Amid budget woes, Paterson to renew push for Catskills casinos
With the state's fiscal problems, Gov...
Gone but not forgotten
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
A s Comanche children who died around 1900 in the smallpox epidemic, their resting spots were known for decades, but unmarked...
Unkechaug seeks dismissal of Bloomberg’s federal case
Gale Courey Toensing
Editors Note: As Indian Country Today was going to press, the U.S...
Big grant to help Blackfeet with water project
The Blackfeet Community Water Project has received the $1.5 million grant that officials needed to jump-start construction of the often-delayed project, according to Browning Mayor...
Millican Valley pictograph site listed nationally
The Associated Press
Judge again denies return of cigarettes to Cayuga Indians
A state judge for a second time refused yesterday to order the return of 176,000 cartons of cigarettes seized in November during raids on the Cayuga Indian Nation's two upstate con...
Mashantuckets' $2.3B debt restructuring could answer unknowns about Indian casinos defaulting
For months, the recession's effect on tribally owned casinos has been raising troubling questions in Indian Country. What would happen if a tribal casino defaulted? Could the U.S...
Peru Natives complain of persecution, may restart protests
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
P eru Native groups keeping ancestral ways of life may restart protests unless President Alan Garcia makes good on promises to heal dozens of Natives with bullet wounds following t...
Interior secretary tours proposed Ariz. mine site
Bob Christie, Associated Press Writer
PHOENIX – Compromise is possible on a proposed copper mine in southeastern Arizona that’s thought to contain the largest undeveloped deposit of high-grade copper in the world, Inte...
Indian country mourns loss of Sen. Edward Kennedy
Chris Stearns, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Sen. Edward M. Kennedy passed away at the Kennedy family compound in Hyannis Port, Mass. Aug. 26. He was 77...
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