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Wanamaker: Close vote expected in Maine gaming referendum
On Nov. 4, the citizens of Maine will finally decide the future of a proposed Indian casino in that state...
What's going on in New York?
ALBANY, N.Y. - Sheldon Silver, speaker of the New York State Assembly, recently threatened to block retroactive approval of a gaming compact with the St...
Despite rise of violent crime in Navajo Nation, opinions on death penalty mixed
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Monacan Tribe holds homecoming and repatriation ceremony
AMHERST, Va. - Thelma Branham spent several days canning snap beans, relish, jams and pickles to prepare for the Monacan Indian Fall Homecoming Festival...
Learn how to say cake in South Slavey and eat it too
HAY RIVER DENE RESERVE, Northwest Territories - According to the kitchen of Elaine Tambour, the best way to get rid of the gamey flavor of beaver is to boil the rodent in coffee...
'Of Uncommon Birth: Dakota Sons in Vietnam' by Mark St. Pierre
Norman, Okla. - "Of Uncommon Birth: Dakota Sons in Vietnam" is historical non-fiction by Mark St...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
I was thinking about things in general the other day, and, they are quite a bit off in this country, indeed, in this world. Cycles in life are important...
'Deception On All Accounts: A Sadie Walela Mystery' by Sara Sue Hoklotubbe
TUCSON, Ariz. - Sadie Walela is a small town bank teller in Oklahoma trying to advance her career when she breaks a rule and pays the ultimate price...
Harjo: Governor Schwarzenegger and California Indian policy
Suzan Shown Harjo
When bodybuilder/actor Arnold Schwarzenegger was sprinting for California's top job, he attacked Native peoples for supporting his opponents...
Beware the anti-Indian media message: A twisted story can become legend
For the American Indian economic recovery to succeed over the next generation, Indian people must tell their story and tell it well...
Northern Canadian eatery provides unusual atmosphere
YELLOWKNIFE, Northwest Territories - Two unsuspecting diners take only a few steps into the crowded restaurant when from behind the bar the chef blurts out, "Do you have any reserv...
Amnesty International hears testimony on racial profiling
Geneva Horse Chief
TULSA, Okla. - Racial profiling by law enforcement still exists according to testimonies by Native Americans Sept...
Statue unveiled honoring M?tis soldiers
FISHING LAKE, Alberta - Solemnly standing in the middle of the park, a soldier now keeps an eternal watch over the names of those who have served military duty...
Special Report: State of siege in Arauca
ARAUCA, Colombia - "When there was no petroleum, there was no war," says Dario Tulivila, a traditional Guahibo Indian leader from Colombia's bloodily conflicted department of Arauc...
Hunt makes history with national honor
PORTLAND, Ore. - American Indian and Native Alaskan children that have been abused or neglected are finding healing, self-esteem and identity through traditional methods...
e. First Indian vice chair elected in Montana
HELENA, Mont. - State Democratic officials made history Sept. 27 when they elected the first American Indian to be vice chair of their party. Rep...
Milwaukee Indian Summer Festival
MILWAUKEE - The theme of the 2003 Indian Summer Festival connected the life and art of the many cultures and generations that gathered on the Lake Michigan shore...
BIA to take off-rez land into trust for Mohawks
MONTICELLO, N.Y. - The BIA will take a 66-acre parcel of land into trust, allowing the St...
Cayugas gain second property
SENECA FALLS, N.Y. - The Cayuga Nation of New York reacquired a second piece of property within its ancestral homeland...
Pataki 'considers' compact talks with non-New York tribes
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