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2015 Pulitzer to Mandan History Book
‘Great Time to Be Studying Journalism’
Is Ohio Piling on Jim Obergefell?
The Epidemic of Early Death on the Rez
Museums Need to Form Parternerships
9 Bison Calves Born on Cherokee Nation
University Arguably Not Safe For Natives
Native Students, Jeff Bridges at LA Gala
Trahant: Investing in Native Youth
The Pope and Genocide
Photo: Cutest Pow Wow Kid of the Week
15 Bison Escape NY State Farm, Shot Dead
Read an Offensive 'Ridiculous Six' Scene
Video: ‘Sensitive? You Can Leave’
Ben Shelly Condemns Adam Sandler Film
Saving Bison; Saving Warthogs
Dissolving a Troubled District?
Jonodev Chaudhuri Is NIGC Chairman
Chief Wahoo vs. Baseball's First Indian
ICTMN's Weekend Pow Wow Guide
Thing About Skins
Thomas ‘Bearhead’ Swaney
ST. IGNATIUS, Mont. – Bearhead was born in St. Ignatius, Mont. April 16, 1931 to Mary Catherine McDonald and James Swaney and was the youngest of seven children...
Indian Arts Market launches online shopping site
C ollectors of American Indian jewelry, pottery and handcrafts have a new online shopping option at the Indian Arts Market ...
National Geographic All Roads Film Project forms partnerships for American Indian Summer Institute
WASHINGTON – The National Geographic All Roads Film Project, Native Media and Technology Network , Indigenous Language Institute, Fox Entertainment Group, Naninaaq Productions and ...
Three fee-free summer weekends to increase tourism, boost economy offered by National Park Service
BRECKSVILLE, Ohio – The National Park Service will offer three fee-free weekends this summer to encourage Americans seeking affordable vacations to visit these national treasures...
Native Hoop Magazine becomes a reality
N ative Hoop Magazine was envisioned by James Morales...
Pascua Yaqui Tribe reaches agreement with ‘Enhanced Tribal Card’
Journey to heal historic Indian Boarding School abuses began May 16
T he Wellbriety Journey for Forgiveness began Saturday, May 16 at the Chemawa Indian School in Salem, Ore. and concludes a continent away June 24 in Washington, D.C...
Anishinabek Nation elects new grand council chief
AAMJIWNAANG FIRST NATION – Patrick Madahbee and Glen Hare are the new leaders of the Anishinabek Nation...
Kauffman & Associates, Inc. on Inner City 100 list again
BOSTON – The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City recently released its 2009 Inner City 100 list, and Kauffman & Associates, Inc., of Spokane, Wash., is ranked 11th on the l...
Red Cloud Indian School boys’ basketball team protecting Mother Earth
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
Lobbyist says limits on slots hurt tribal casinos
South Dakota is harming economic development by limiting the number of slot machines allowed in the tribal casinos scattered around the state, a lobbyist for a regional tribal gamb...
Wapato's drinking problem
Each morning, Valerie Jolene Sampson scours the streets for enough aluminum cans to buy a 40-ounce bottle of beer...
Manitoba First Nations, health system straining under flu outbreak
Flu-like illnesses continue to hit hard in Manitoba's First Nations communities, especially St...
Feds restore recognition to Calif. tribe
A small band of Indians whose ancestors settled in the Sacramento region thousands of years ago is an official tribe again, a half century after Washington took away the group's fe...
Witness claims man posed no threat to officer
A prosecution witness testified Tuesday that a park ranger shot a Ramapough Indian in Mahwah three years ago while the victim had both hands in the air and posed no threat to the o...
Tribe calls mining ruling a victory
The Quechan Indian Tribe's long-standing fight to protect a sacred site from being mined for gold received a government decision Tuesday that tribal leaders call a major victory, b...
Narragansett Indian Tribe seeks surplus R.I. Navy property
The Narragansett Indian Tribe has formally asked to acquire -- for free -- close to 400 acres of surplus Navy land on Aquidneck Island that local communities have spent years plann...
29th Annual Pow-Wow this weekend
The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Indians will hold their 29th Annual Pow-Wow at the Salem County Fairgrounds here on Saturday and Sunday...
Alcohol coming to Cherokee casino
Beer, wine and cocktails could hit the gaming floor at Harrah's Cherokee Casino within six months, a gambling board member said Tuesday...
Tribes sue California over 1999 slot machine cap
Late last year, the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians sent the state $535,000 as a down payment on $1.8 million in licensing fees for 428 slot machines it wanted to add to its Sa...
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