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Babette Herrmann
4/12/06
PHOENIX – After taking a nearly three-year break from the recording studio, Eli Secody, Dine’, is gearing up for the April release of his new album, “Rhythm of a Songmaker.” Since ...
Babette Herrmann
4/12/06
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – The 14th Annual First Americans in the Arts award ceremony honored the stars of Indian country on March 25 at the Beverly Hills Hilton...
Jerry Reynolds
4/5/06
WASHINGTON – The “one good shot” promised by Sen...
Cynthia Tam
4/5/06
VISTA, Calif. – Giving to charity can satisfy a desire to give back to communities and help the less fortunate...
Tom Wanamaker
4/5/06
One of the weekly newspapers in central New York recently published an op-ed piece written by state Assemblyman Brian Kolb...
Jim Largo
4/5/06
ROCK HILL, S.C. – At 70 years old, Jim Oxendine, Lumbee, still goes to work every day. “We just about out-grown this place,” he said recently. “We have to expand...
A. David Lester
4/5/06
In 1532, Spanish theologian Franciscus de Victoria prevailed in a vigorous debate over the rights of the peoples of the New World that Indian tribes should not be deprived of their...
Winona LaDuke
4/5/06
Tex Hall is eager to bring a synfuels refinery and other tribal energy resources into the market...
Editors Report
4/5/06
Cecilia Fire Thunder, the embattled first female president of the Oglala Sioux Nation in South Dakota, caught a tiger by the tail when she pronounced herself an entrenched supporte...
Editors Report
4/5/06
Nearly three-quarters of a million people marched in major cities around the United States March 26 to protest foolish punitive legislation on “illegal” immigration...
Richard Walker
4/5/06
Energy assistance funds available SEATTLE – Some $461,268 in federal block grant money has been allocated to help families in Washington state, including Native communities, pay th...
Jack McNeel
4/5/06
NESPELEM, Wash. – Voters on the Colville reservation decisively rejected the mining referendum when the votes were officially tallied on March 23...
Shannon Burns
4/5/06
CORNWALL, Ontario – Since Sept. 11, 2001, the U.S. government has taken many steps to secure the country and protect it from terrorists. Communities along both of the U.S...
David Melmer
4/5/06
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Sam Antoine was a sixth-grader when he became a criminal...
David Melmer
4/5/06
FORT YATES, N.D. – Tribes from different regions came together in a historic meeting to find common ground in order to provide input on the proposed Indian Trust Reform Act...
Jerry Reynolds
4/5/06
WASHINGTON – The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs voted by voice March 29 to send a bill amending the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act out of committee to the full Senate, a move lon...
David Melmer
4/5/06
YAKAMA NATION, Wash. – U.S...
Jerry Reynolds
4/5/06
MIAMI – Jack Abramoff will wear prison clothes for at least five years and 10 months, and they will perhaps suit him better than the trenchcoat-over-bulletproof-vest look he was cu...
Jean Johnson
4/5/06
PORTLAND, Ore. – The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs have all the usual education programs set up – and all the usual frustrations getting them to work as intended...
Gale Courey Toensing
4/5/06
MASHANTUCKET, Conn...

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