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BILLINGS, Mont. ? Howard Rainer says many people call him a brown Ann Landers...
Exhibit of Cherokee photographs opens at Smithsonian
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. ? Through April, the Smithsonian Institution will tell the story of the Cherokee people in photographs by David Fitzgerald of Oklahoma City...
Honor the women who served
While many are familiar with the role Native American men have played in the United States armed forces, many are surprised to hear that American Indian women also made significant...
Limiting freedom in order to save it?
There are a couple of old axioms. One is win the war and lose the peace. The other one is destroy the village in order to save it...
Pueblo of Cochiti, New Mexico
The pueblo recently extended its hospitality to a Navarino, Wis., family whose 5-year-old son suffers from acute lymphocytic leukemia ? currently in remission...
$5 million campaign begun to preserve tribal languages
SANTA FE, N.M. ?...
Report fails to calm tribal recognition dispute
NORTH STONINGTON, Conn. ? Fights over New England tribal recognition will continue unabated in spite of a General Accounting Office study of the process, a survey suggests...
Prairie Band Potawatomi council donates $54,000 to finish renovations of Haskell Stadium Arch
LAWRENCE, Kan. ? The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation has donated $54,000 to the Haskell Stadium Arch Committee, enough to assure completion of renovations to the historic arch...
New York Times frames Iroquois country
A recent New York Times news feature ("Bad Blood in Battle Over Casinos," Oct...
Navajo president calls for nations to recognize service of all veterans
Kelsey A Begaye
Throughout the course of American history, courageous men and women have taken up arms to secure, defend, and maintain the core values of our nation's freedom. On Sept...
Pending nomination of Rebecca Watson raises red flags
HELENA, Mont. ? The pending nomination of Helena attorney Rebecca W...
Tribes may get additional funds in economic recovery package
HURON, S.D. ? Congress is trying to address increased needs of tribal governments faced with additional security issues as a part of a federal economic recovery package, Sen...
S&K rides wave of the future with the wisdom of past
PABLO, Mont. ?...
Desert crops to bloom again on the Tohono O'odham
SELLS, Ariz. ? A non-profit here has been awarded more than $500,000 in grants to develop a farm devoted to growing traditional foods of the Tohono O'odham tribe...
South Dakota racial dispute threatens teens
STEPHAN, S.D. ?...
An emotional revolution of self-governance can succeed
Frank John King III
The most important aspect of sovereignty to our Native Peoples is the protection it will provide our children, the security it will provide our future...
Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians of Michigan
The battle continues over a proposed land swap on South Fox Island in northern Lake Michigan, a remote jewel, a historic stopover point for American Indians traveling by water, and...
Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho
Julie Kane, managing attorney in the tribe's Office of Legal Counsel is among 14 attorneys applying for a magistrate vacancy in Nez Perce County...
Passamaquoddy Tribe of Maine
A former tribal governor and the manager of the tribe's bingo operations pleaded innocent to charges of aggravated unlawful gambling arising from a state police raid three years ag...
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