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Hofer: Are you living smart?
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
E ating well and getting exercise are good for you. It’s as simple as that...
Negotiations with Oneidas possible, leaders say
After a potential agreement between the state and the Oneidas surfaced last week to negative reviews, local leaders say they’re ready to head back to the negotiation table...
Protestants repent for churches' role in oppressing First Nations
A global Protestant body representing 80 million Christians has issued an apology for the role played by churches in perpetrating abuse against Native Americans, First Nations and ...
Controversy over race based logo divides area district
The School District of Osseo-Fairchild has been divided for years over its school logo, the Chieftains...
Fight for Thorpe's body is heating up
A week after the great American Indian athlete Jim Thorpe died in 1953, his family had just finished dinner and was gathered for an all-night mourning ceremony at their tribal home...
Native American Actors See New Image in "Twilight"
It took "Twilight" to do what Hollywood's major studios have struggled with for over a century -- treat Native American teenagers like normal kids...
Schaghticoke case in hands of U.S. Supreme Court
The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has put the fate of its case for sovereign recognition in the hands of the U.S...
Proposed Fruitport Township casino still faces federal hurdle
The Little River Band of Ottawa Indians and state of Michigan have agreed to withdraw from federal government consideration a compact amendment for a proposed American Indian casin...
Obamacare may bring Indian health into new era
This past weekend the Coeur d'Alene Tribe celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Benewah Medical Center in Plummer, Idaho...
Cigarettes Can Still be Shipped, Temporarily, at Least
A judge has put a temporary halt to a law that would have banned shipping cigarettes through the mail. So, as of Tuesday, June 29, cigarettes can still be mailed...
IRS is probing casino payouts
The IRS is investigating allegations that the Miccosukee Tribe used armored vehicles to deliver up to $10 million in cash from its gambling operations to hundreds of Indians four t...
Custer's last flag: Little Bighorn banner for sale
The swallowtail battle guidon of the 7th Cavalry Regiment was the only military artefact left behind after Custer and his men were defeated by thousands of Lakota and Cheyenne Indi...
Pechanga Pow Wow will be fun, educational event
Singers and dancers from American Indian tribes across the United States will converge on the Pechanga Pow Wow Grounds this weekend for the 15th annual Pechanga Pow Wow...
Tribe recognition sparks controversy
Former Indian Affairs commissioners have condemned the recent recognition of six tribes, including one in Lawrence County, calling the groups’ new state status “illegitimate” and a...
Tester tours flood-damaged reservation
U.S. Sen. Jon Tester says he'll work with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other agencies to help Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation recover from flood damage...
VIDEO: Vendors battle for fireworks market
Fireworks vendors on the Isabella Reservation were asked to bid on different locations to run their businesses this year...
'Scalped' – Not an everyday crime story
William Rozier, Today correspondent
D on’t judge “Scalped” by its title, because it’s a comic book (written by a white guy) set on a reservation with a casino, rampant alcoholism and you think that it lampoons Indian...
Native exhibits to stress a continuum
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – When Denver Art Museum’s Native exhibits re-open to the public Jan...
Illinois re-enactors show state’s diverse history
Herb Meeker, (Decatur) Herald & Review
LERNA, Ill. (AP) – Most Illinoisans today only use “French” when they order a popular finger food from a fast-food restaurant...
Cape Wind sued for violating Endangered Species Act
Gale Courey Toensing
MARTHA'S VINEYARD, Mass...
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