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'Pulling Down the Clouds' unites many authors' voices
Review WASHINGTON - It begins beautifully with Pulitzer Prize-winning author N. Scott Momaday, Kiowa...
'Mile Post 398' breaks new ground in Native filmmaking
Review KAYENTA, Ariz...
May I Suggest ...
Gale Courey Toensing
'A Cultural History' combines voices of the past and present NEWPORT, R.I...
Working in the light of home.
By Konnie LeMay -- Today correspondent
Photographer captures the beauty of Grand Portage By Konnie LeMay -- Today correspondent GRAND PORTAGE, Minn. - For Travis Novitsky, there really is no place like home...
Seminoles sign state gaming compact
Gale Courey Toensing
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Seminole Tribal Chairman Mitchell Cypress and Florida Gov...
G2E panel: Green is cool ... and profitable
LAS VEGAS - ''Sin City'' may seem an unlikely venue for talking about environmentally friendly building and business practices, but that was the topic of one of the panel discussio...
G2E panel: Green is cool ... and profitable.
By Meg Schneider -- Special to Today
By Meg Schneider -- Special to Today LAS VEGAS - ''Sin City'' may seem an unlikely venue for talking about environmentally friendly building and business practices, but that was th...
Ecotrust to hold 2007 Buffett Awards ceremony
PORTLAND, Ore. - Ecotrust, a conservation organization, will host its seventh annual Buffett Award for Indigenous Leadership ceremony Nov...
Chippewa Cree elder Alan Parker survives major heart attack OLYMPIA, Wash...
Buffett Award money to be used for cultural projects
PENDLETON, Ore. - Roberta ''Bobbie'' Conner has dedicated her life to protecting the culture and history of her ancestors...
Jules Verne Adventure Film Festival celebrates, honors the American Indian
LOS ANGELES - The Jules Verne Adventure Film Festival will be held in Los Angeles Dec...
News from the West Coast
Challenge to gaming compacts on Feb. 5 ballot SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California voters will decide Feb...
Seminoles sign state gaming compact.
By Gale Courey Toensing -- Today staff
By Gale Courey Toensing -- Today staff TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Seminole Tribal Chairman Mitchell Cypress and Florida Gov...
National Congress of American Indians convenes in Denver
Health care, law enforcement among top issues DENVER - Sixty-four years have passed since the National Congress of American Indians was organized in the city of Denver, and the 200...
Indian Affairs assistant secretary lends an ear at NCAI
Carl Artman: 'We will work with you' DENVER - The recent National Congress of American Indians national convention was a perfect setting for Carl Artman, assistant secretary for In...
Special demonstration shares Native perspective on Oklahoma centennial
OKLAHOMA CITY - Within the shadow of Oklahoma's state Capitol and Jim Thorpe Building, more than 300 people of different tribes and nationalities gathered Nov...
Looking back on Dr. Charles Grim's tenure as IHS director
Part one WASHINGTON - From his new assignment as a policy adviser to the IHS in Washington at the W.W. Hastings Indian Health Service Hospital in Oklahoma, Dr. Charles W...
Washington in brief
Prospects improving for Native 8(a) A small-business contracting bill that would do no harm to tribal and Alaska Native interests under the Small Business Administration's Native 8...
Indian voices and a new comprehensive Indian policy
In the space of two years, between 1968 and 1970, Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon made comprehensive and innovative statements on Indian policy...
'Four Thousand from the Four Directions.'
By Jack McNeel -- Today correspondent
Native Wellness Institute offers fourth regional gathering By Jack McNeel -- Today correspondent WORLEY, Idaho - The Native Wellness Institute held the fourth of four regional gath...
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