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Cherokee Language Evolves Into Braille
Cherokee Nation Dedicates New $2.8M Road
Dark Skies Make Delta Aquarids Sparkle
Yearlong Project on Historical Trauma
Traditional Government Disadvantages
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MVP Schimmel's Shining Moments
Children of Many Colors Pow Wow
Obama's Indian Education Proposals
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NMAI Profile: Sheri Doxtator
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Used Car Loan Scam
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An Elder’s Missionary Life
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Land Buyback Just a Dangling Carrot
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Thing About Skins
'Rescue' or 'theft?' - BLM's intended swoop divides horse world
CRESCENT VALLEY, Newe Sogobia - Bureau of Land Management plans to confiscate Western Shoshone horse herds include the largest, and most controversial, "horse rescue" ever attempte...
Native GRAMMY nominees bring up new names
NEW YORK - New faces emerged in the third go-round for the Native American category in the annual GRAMMY Awards nominations, announced at a star-packed press conference at Madison ...
Rep. Pallone: Inadequate health care funding equals inadequate services
Frank Pallone Jr.
An old health care funding concept has recently been converted to a mathematical equation. It is: ihc$=ihcs...
Sundance Festival premieres global slate of Native films
PARK CITY, Utah - The Sundance Film Festival may owe its name more to a Western outlaw comedy than to the sacred Plains Indian ritual, but the celebration of independent films foun...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Every year it seems January is National "Get the Guilts" month. All there is on TV is one commercial after the other offering a diet or exercise product...
Winnebagos dim lights on BIA
WINNEBAGO, Neb. - It may have been said the BIA works in the dark most of the time, but in Winnebago, Neb. that is exactly the case...
Flathead vote on blood quantum rule
PABLO, Mont. - Tribal voters on the Flathead Indian Reservation will head to the polls Jan...
The taxman cometh
Rebecca L Adamson
If the Internal Revenue Service has ever singled you out for an audit, you know the feeling - the feeling that this could only be for the worst, that in fact it's so bad someone ou...
Shook loses appeal on Flathead hunting
HELENA, Mont. - A non-Indian woman who claimed she could freely hunt on the Flathead Indian Reservation has lost her appeal to the Montana Supreme Court...
Maya contend with the New Age
Now comes Jose Arguelles, again. Mr. Arguelles, a Mexican who hails from Oregon, anoints himself to be the direct spiritual descendant of Pakal - Maya ruler of Palenque (A.D...
News from the North: A review of the top Native stories in Canada for 2002
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. - It was a fascinating year across northern Indian Country in 2002. There was controversy and frustration, as well as hope and progress...
Legal holes in BLM 'gather'
CRESCENT VALLEY, Nev. - Everyone in the government assumes the Western Shoshone legal case is settled...
Government goofed in Western Shoshone land grab
In 1974, the United States sued Mary and Carrie Dann for trespassing. The U.S. government accused the two Western Shoshone sisters of grazing cattle on U.S...
Toward a common American Indian development
We have emphasized before that "no tribe should be left behind." It is a call to self-reflection for the well-to-do tribal nations...
About TIME: That wasn't reporting; that was vandalism
Harold A Monteau
TIME Magazine's recent vandalism to the public's understanding of Indian gaming could roll back years of progress for our tribes, progress that is just now starting to lift centuri...
Boys and Girls Club brings technology to remote Alaska
ATLANTA -- The small community of Seldovia on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula is accessible only by plane or ferry...
Salish and Kootenai win big water rights case in Montana
HELENA, Mont. - In a major victory for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the Montana Supreme Court ruled Dec...
Veteran of AIM passes on
Laytonville, Calif. - Nilak Butler, renowned human rights and environmental activist, actress, singer, sister and auntie to many passed onto the spirit world on Dec...
When is looking horsey a compliment?
On most mornings we get up, grab that coffee, gulp and go. In our family breakfast is a rare thing nowadays...
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