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The Case of the Dying Department
Some of us can remember a time when Washington worried about the absence of a civil service in Indian country...
Tribe Opens Methadone Facility
Stillaguamish fights opiate addiction SEATTLE - After several years of bureaucratic red tape based on public opposition to a proposed methadone clinic the tiny Stillaguamish tribe ...
Honor the Goons? Never!
In a recent editorial, the Lakota Journal (February 13 - 20, 2004) suggested honoring the Goons of the Dick Wilson era during his years as President of the Oglala Sioux Tribe in th...
Struggling to Make 2004 Haskell Pow Wow a Reality
Narragansetts Battle for Economic Base
Bias Found in Reservation Telephone Infrastructure
STANDING ROCK RESERVATION, N.D...
Northwest at a Glance
SAMISH FISHING RIGHTS APPEAL ANACORTES, Wash...
Oneida Nation Takes Off
Indian-owned air charter service coming soon ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. - The Oneida Indian Nation of New York has taken to the sky...
Puyallups Undertake Measures to Combat Steelhead Decline
OLYMPIA, Wash. - Usually when a fish population starts its decline there is an easy and obvious culprit...
The President's 'Smog of War'
Patrisia Gonzales and Roberto Rodriguez
The president's smog of war is not just metaphorical rhyme for Errol Morris' "The Fog of War" - the acclaimed documentary about Robert McNamara's views on war...
Urban Indians Suffer Health Problems at Higher Rates
SEATTLE - A study done at the behest of the Seattle Indian Health board revealed urban American Indians and Alaska Natives suffer from health maladies at a higher rate than the gen...
A Friend with Clout for South Dakota Reservation
South Dakota Indian country is severely economically depressed...
The Ancient One and Unidentified Ancestors
Suzan Shown Harjo
A well-healed, white-haired white man confronted me after a recent presentation in Santa Fe, introducing himself solely by his profession...
Nunavut Arts Festival Raises Funds
IQALUIT, Nunavut - Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association has secured $40,000 from Canadian Heritage to initiate the fundraising for the fifth annual Nunavut Arts Festival which is pl...
Buffalo and Lakota are Kin
KYLE, S.D. - Students from local schools peered at a recently-killed buffalo and waited for the butchering process to begin...
Distributive Justice Against Lumbee Recognition
WASHINGTON - By any standard of abstract justice, the Lumbee of North Carolina answered critics of their case for full federal recognition at a packed hearing of the Committee on R...
Wells Fargo Expands Services
SEATTLE - As part of its expanded service to Native American communities and enterprises nationwide, Wells Fargo has named Chandra Hampson Native American Banking Services relation...
Cobell Mediators Get the Go-Ahead
WASHINGTON - Mediators will get the chance to do what years of litigation have not in the Cobell class action lawsuit over the mismanaged Individual Indian Money accounts...
Class II Advisory Committee Formed
NIGC names experts to new panel WASHINGTON - The National Indian Gaming Commission recently took a strong step toward its commitment to further clarify the boundaries between Class...
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