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Joe Shirley Jr. speaks out on the Navajo Nation
Progress through economic development, job creation and revenue generation are highlighted in this week's second segment of Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr.'s interview with...
Native American Bank layoffs follow OCC action
WASHINGTON - Native American Bank in Denver has dramatically reduced its work force, Indian Country Today has learned...
Acclaimed author James Welch dies
MISSOULA, Mont. - Known widely as a humble builder of cultural bridges, internationally acclaimed American Indian novelist James Welch died here Aug...
Wanamaker: "Let the Games Begin"
As Indian gaming continues to expand, it seems that almost as many "games" are being played in courtrooms as on the gaming floors...
Seneca Nation plans its energy future
SALAMANCA, N.Y. - Economic growth cannot properly take place without easily accessible and abundant energy...
Torres Martinez enters into gaming compact with state
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - After several months of secret renegotiations of state/tribal gaming compacts California Gov. Gray Davis' office announced on Aug...
Beleaguered Everglades get Miccosukee action
The environment is easy to argue about. Everyone will have their opinion and, just as often, their own vested interests...
Tribes uncertain as recall madness sweeps California
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - As most of the nation is now aware, an effort using an obscure century old law to recall Gov...
Federal judge rejects Shenandoah complaints
ONEIDA NATION HOMELAND, N.Y. - U.S. District Court Judge Norman A. Mordue in Syracuse, N.Y...
Newcomb: The sacred birthright of indigenous peoples
Distinct and diverse, indigenous peoples are nations, born of the Earth (the Sacred Life Giver), placed by the Creator in sacred relationship with our homelands and territories thr...
NIGA Chairman appears on national TV
NEW YORK - Indian gaming recently received a brief moment in the spotlight of national television when Ernest L...
Expos: Islamic Sect Targets Chiapas Indians
Editors' Note: This past June, Native Americas, the journal of Hemispheric Indigenous issues published by First Nations Development Institute, broke this dramatic story - at once i...
World Eskimo-Indian Olympics
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The 42nd Annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympics (WEIO) was held July 16 - 19 in Fairbanks...
Turning Stone Casino adds new golfing gem
VERONA, N.Y. - Cloudy skies and misting rain couldn't damper the excitement at the opening of the Kaluhyat Golf Club at the Oneida Indian Nation's Turning Stone Casino Resort...
Native people must be included in homeownership initiatives
In a previous "Perspectives" column that appeared in Indian Country Today last fall, the National American Indian Housing Council requested that the Bush Administration remember th...
Record-building throws new light on Cobell cast
WASHINGTON - Every U.S. Congress takes a recess, an interlude between the first and second sessions when Congress is adjourned...
News from the South: Focus on Honduras
Indigenous opposition to Puebla-Panama Plan faces serious repression On July 21, leaders of indigenous, campesino and grassroots organizations from throughout the Central American ...
News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Wildfires force evacuations WHISPERING PINES, British Columbia - More than 250 members of the First Nations community of Whispering Pines, about 35 miles north of Kamloops, and the...
Inferior Blackfeet housing under fire
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Two critical turning points are pending in a federal lawsuit filed here last year over substandard housing on the nearby Blackfeet Indian Reservation...
Firefighters dispatched to western wildlands
BROWNING, Mont. - Scores of wildland firefighters from the Blackfeet Indian Reservation are finding plenty of work this summer around the drought-plagued west...
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