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On matriotism and patriotism
After the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon on September 11, 2001, millions of Americans became more fervent in their patriotism toward the United States...
Treatment facility opens with ceremony
SAN FRANCISCO - When Helen Waukazoo, the CEO of a drug and alcohol treatment facility for urban Indians known as the Friendship House, wanted a new facility, she went to a person k...
An Elder Passes: Mary Dann, Western Shoshone
Mary Dann, one of a duo of renowned and beloved activist elders from the Western Shoshone Nation, passed away on the evening of Friday, April 22...
Southern California tribe ousts chairman
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The Mesa Grande Band of Mission Indians voted to oust its tribal chairman amid a federal investigation into alleged fiscal mismanagement...
LET THE GAMES BEGIN; The Great Catskill Casino Fiasco
On April 15, New York Gov...
Reservation v. rancheria debate
Beyond business as usual
WINNEBAGO, Neb. - Recipe for success: take one obscure tobacco brand, invest in a Web site, sell tobacco products out of a garage and basement office, and voila - success...
Off-rez resorts might shake up Kansas casinos
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. - If the Legislature moves on compact approvals, Kansas tribes would be the latest to join a long-breaking new wave in Indian gaming...
Water supply critical for Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D - Water on the Cheyenne River Reservation and surrounding communities is at a critically low level, bringing tribal officials and county and community leaders toge...
Minority businesses find support
An appreciation of Floyd Westerman
In San Diego recently to meet with tribal leaders at the NIGA conference, we ran into Floyd Westerman...
Suicide rate high in S.D., higher on reservations
Sovereign nations bid for inclusion in Olympic Games
Fighting breast cancer; A Native woman's journal; NEW THERAPIES, NEW HOPE
"For all my granddaughters, all my grandsons and all my relations," an 80-year-old breast cancer survivor from South Dakota's Cheyenne River Reservation said as she talked about th...
Algonquin mayor enjoys lifetime of public service
OTTAWA - Of the three pins Larry McDermott wears on the lapel of his suit jacket, it's the multi-colored medicine wheel that's the most noticeable...
Cherokee chief elected to prestigious American Law Institute
Patti Jo King
Montana teacher bill tabled
Difficulties in Native health care
Carole Anne Heart
Political, social and competing national interests, compounded further by rising health care costs, inflation and the increasing population make it difficult to manage health care ...
ANCSA puts Native lands and rights at risk
Adeline Peter Raboff
As I write, vast tracks of offshore leases have already been sold in the Beaufort Sea adjacent to the 1002 lands of the Arctic Refuge by the federal government...
World Bank leader supports indigenous development
Has anyone of James Wolfensohn's prominence ever visited Pine Ridge and made a point of saying the United States must honor its trust obligations and tribal treaty rights?...
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