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Exquisite Baskets by Jeremy Frey
EPA: Pollution Dropping in Communities
Lumbee Citizen to Coordinate SAIS
Water Release Averts Klamath Fish Kill
Rebuttal to David Wilkins
Missing Fort Bragg Soldier Found
Wondolowski Takes Ice Bucket Challenge
Lassie's Back; $38 Million Ferrari
Black and Brown People: In This Together
Cities are Heating Up: Report
Free Speech Firestorm Follows Firing
Bill Clinton Gives Nod to Native STEM
Violence Is Common Sense in Border Towns
Every Argument for 'Redskins' Is Bogus
AIANTA Announces Nominations
CA Natives Working to Avert Fish Kill
Cartoonist Without Reservations
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
Native Academics Mentor Students in STEM
Oregon Rejects Coal Train Terminal Plans
Thing About Skins
Havasupai announce economic recovery plan
PHOENIX – As the result of a $1 million contribution made by the California-based San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians, the Havasupai Tribe of Arizona announced a comprehensi...
Joe Ciampini joins Berg Intergrated Systems
WORLEY, IDAHO – Berg Integrated Systems, an enterprise of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, hired Joe Ciampini as Program Manager of the Expandable Shelter System (ESS)...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
Think about when you were a child! What motivated you to do things? Or better yet “Who” motivated you?...
11/10/08 - Tribe emphasizes recycling
In an effort to minimize their impact on landfills, members of the Planning Department of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe have asked the Tribal Operations departments to stop usi...
11/10/08 - Palin often criticized by Alaska Natives as unresponsive
When Rhonda McBride was picked as Gov. Sarah Palin's rural affairs adviser a year ago, some Alaska Native leaders were upset...
11/10/08 - COLUMNIST DORREEN YELLOW BIRD: A plea for smoke-free, alcohol-free casinos
In Plains mythology, there’s a character we call the “coyote” who fools those he preys on. He make them believe they will gain something for nothing, the legend holds.
11/10/08 - Rosella Hightower, at 88; American Indian ballerina
Rosella Hightower, a prominent American Indian ballet dancer who rose to an illustrious career in the 1940s and 1950s and later started one of the premier dance schools in Europe, ...
11/10/08 - Festival includes baptism ceremony, authentic rituals
"We came here in the belly of a big bird," Tomas "Eagle Bear" Shash said to the crowd at Stone Fence Gardens on Sunday...
11/10/08 - Seminole Tribe shields against releasing records in Hardrock death
Inside the white tower just off Interstate 4, Annie Talley had the Midas touch...
11/10/08 - Pennsylvania's Tribe
By most any objective measure, the new Lenape exhibit is compact, filling a relatively tiny corner of the sprawling Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology on the campu...
11/10/08 - Reservation town hit hard by blizzard
Stephanie Richards stared at herself in the bathroom mirror and began the first of many long brush strokes through her wet black hair...
11/10/08 - Siletz tribes to celebrate with powwow
It took the Siletz more than 25 years to regain their status as a federally recognized tribe in Oregon...
Feds dismiss proposed liquefied natural gas terminal on sacred land
Gale Courey Toensing
SIPAYIK, Maine – The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has dismissed an application from Quoddy Bay LLC to build a controversial liquefied national gas terminal and pipeline on ...
AISES scores an ace with 30th annual conference
‘Now’ hear this
WASHINGTON – It wasn’t all that long ago that former President Bill Clinton was splitting hairs in court over the meaning of the word “is.” Legal squabbles over the definitions of ...
Nighthorse Campbell explains McCain’s Native downfall
WASHINGTON – Former Republican Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell would have loved to have seen his old friend Sen...
Mashantucket-UAW in groundbreaking agreement to negotiate under tribal law
Gale Courey Toensing
23 INDN’s List candidates won
Gale Courey Toensing
TULSA, Okla. – President-elect Barack Obama’s victory was not the only historic moment in the general election on Nov. 4...
Scholder show opens in Washington, New York
The exhibition “Fritz Scholder: Indian/Not Indian,” featuring more than 130 pieces from the late artist of Luiseño, French and German descent, opened Nov...
Stevens found guilty on all counts
A federal jury in Washington has found Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens guilty on seven counts of concealing gifts from public scrutiny by not reporting them on Senate disclosure forms...
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