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Shock and Grief in Canada at Shooting
Partial Solar Eclipse on October 23
Jude Schimmel Is All Smiles on Media Day
The Indian Team That Beat the NY Giants
University of Arizona to Honor Two Women
Canaan Duncan Named to 30 Under 30
Chickasaw Millennials Honored with “30 U
Run, Run, Run! Todd County Falcons Ready
Gunmen Attack Parliament Hill in Canada
Protecting a Native Site from Erosion
Let Crazy Horse Rest in Peace!
Vote for NAMA 2014
8 Contemporary Resistance Heroes
What Is Tribal Libraries Role?
Delayed Decision Keeps Deschene Alive
Latin's Role in Empire and Colonization
Tom the Dancing Bug Spoofs 'The R Word'
Texas Native Community to Protest Redski
Indian Country Remembers Misty Upham
First Nations Fight for Pristine Peel
Thing About Skins
Close encounters of the best kind, by Dale Carson
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Knight moves, an interview with musician Chester Knight
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan - Chester Knight has been involved in music his entire life...
Sixth annual Native American Music Awards nominee preview
ARTIST OF THE YEAR Arigon Starr, Derek Miller, Johnny Curtis, Robert Mirabal, Felipe Rose BEST BLUES/JAZZ RECORDING Black Wolf's Blues - Wade Fernandez Caught You White Handed - Th...
Blackfeet woman perseveres in law enforcement battle
CHOTEAU, Mont. - Rebecca Rosenberger knows that fighting injustice can have its costs, but she didn't expect her livelihood to be threatened in the process...
Center dedicated to reviving cultural and healing traditions
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - A quarter-million dollar sweat lodge facility opened officially here on a brisk Oct. 15...
Donation funds children's home
LAPWAI, Idaho - The Nez Perce Tribe received a donation in the amount of $100,000 from the Women's Presbytery, a branch within the church, to construct a children's home...
Educator motivates Lakota speakers
RAPID CITY, S.D. - To save a language means to save a culture, words that have previously been spoken and continue to remain true, said Dr. Wayne Evans...
Profiles in Trust: Pillars of Reform
WASHINGTON - When the trust funds litigation in Cobell and other cases are finally resolved, people like lead plaintiff Elouise Cobell, her fellow plaintiffs in the class action la...
Sovereign Indian Nations and California's ABC
Solomon, Saltsman & Jamieson
Rules for wine in the sovereign nation of France are determined by the French. The United Kingdom defines how much beer really is in a pint...
Proposed mine plans thwarted
'Reservation Iraq' will be costly to the U.S.
Commenting on U.S...
Let the Games Begin: Fiscal responsibility in Indian country
With the growth of Indian gaming, many tribes are now collecting and handling revenue in amounts unprecedented just a few years ago...
Gaming tribes need to save for rainy day
SALT RIVER PIMA-MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY, Ariz...
At least 150,000 more Natives since census
WASHINGTON - More than 150,000 more Native people have been added to the United States population since the 2000 Census, government estimates state...
Klamath tribes believe a river should run through it: Part Three
The word "balance" is one that is bandied about by those on both sides of the argument and appears to mean different things to different people and is at the heart of the issue...
Working together for education in South Dakota
PIERRE, S.D. - Education could be a solution to poor race relations, economic development and improved quality of life, tribal educators urged recently...
Bush administration likely behind Cobell appropriations rider
WASHINGTON - Sen...
Notice of appeal filed in Redskins trademark case
WASHINGTON - The plaintiffs in the Washington Redskins trademark case have filed the notice of appeal that will carry their case forward following last month's ruling against them,...
Maine event: Casino referendum follows bitter fight for sovereignty
OLD TOWN, Maine - With opinion polls in a dead heat, three of Maine's tribal governments are campaigning to the wire in what is probably this year's most important vote for Indian ...
Special Report: Wildfires devastate Southern California tribes
SACRAMENTO, Calif. In what is being described as one of the biggest disasters in California history, Southern California's Indian tribes have been among the hardest hit...
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