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Flathead Reservation on fire
RONAN, Mont. - The Flathead Reservation is in jeopardy of burning up. This past week fires burned 20,000 acres of forest land and as of Aug. 10, no fires had been contained...
Oneida Nation of New York
The Oriskany Battlefield entered a month of mourning Aug. 6 for the 650 people who died in the Aug. 6, 1777, battle...
California: To be Indian, or not to be
FRESNO, Calif. - California Indians have always viewed themselves as unique. It should then come as no surprise that their problems are unique as well...
Oneida Nation of New York
The nation recently issued its Silver Covenant Chain Education Grants for the third quarter...
Organized Village of Kake, Alaska
A breach in an aging wooden dam in late July left Kake without water for drinking or the town's seafood processing operation...
Yakama go-getter organizes first economic summit
TOPPENISH, Wash. - The Yakama Nation's first annual Economic Summit was planned to start out small. After all it is the tribe's first economic summit...
Shoshone Bannock Tribe of the Fort Hall Reservation of Idaho
A relatively small fire burned on a sacred area of the Indian reservation, prompting officials to label the blaze as a top priority...
Feds to Rez: Credit will make it happen
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. - Credit builds houses and opens small businesses. Credit gets you things now it would take years to save up for. And credit is hard to find on the Rez...
Washoe Tribe of Nevada & California
A Carson Valley-based landowner and agri-business has detailed a land swap plan involving several counties in northern Nevada and California...
Yakama Nation starts utility company
TOPPENISH, Wash. - Tribes are taking their power back in more ways than one...
Yavapai-Prescott Tribe, Arizona
Badger Mountain and nearby state trust land has been classified as suitable for conservation, opening the door for its lease or purchase for that purpose, Gov...
NIGC experiences growing pains
WASHINGTON - Tribal representatives are at odds with the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) when it comes to the oversight and regulation of gaming operations on Indian lands...
Federal agencies seen as Number One violators of federal law
WASHINGTON - At a recent hearing before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs witnesses pointed to federal agencies as top violators of the most important federal law in the prote...
Catawba Indian Nation, South Carolina
The final membership roll is set, seven years after the tribe settled a $50 million land dispute with the federal government...
Mono Lake Kutzadika
LEE VINING, Calif. - Going east from Yosemite National Park over the nearly 10,000 foot Tioga Pass, the Sierra Nevada Mountains fall away as sharply as a curtain...
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
A McAlester man pleaded guilty for possession of more than 60 grams of methamphetamine, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Oklahoma announced July 27...
Connecticut politicians wage new Indian war
As anti-Indian feeling runs strong in Connecticut, the state's highest elected official, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, is fueling the tension...
Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Idaho
Eighteen nation firefighters were sent to help battle a wildfire in the Kitsachie National Forest in Louisiana, the tribe said...
California Assembly committee holds repatriation hearings at Barona
Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho
Four years worth of legal battles have been waged over the boundaries of the Environmental Protection Agency's Superfund site in the Silver Valley, but the affected mining companie...
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