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$255.5 Million Settlement for Inuit
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News from the Northwest; TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS, GROUPS SHARE PROGRAM FUNDING
SEATTLE - Five tribal governments or organizations have each received awards of $45,000 to $49,999 to continue programs preventing child abuse, youth substance abuse and other rela...
Mashantucket Pequots announce plans for Caribbean resort casino
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) - The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, which operates Foxwoods Resort Casino, said June 29 that it plans to build a 600-acre resort and casino in the U.S...
Menominee museum presents logging legacy
KESHENA, Wis. - The Menominee Tribe has a long history of logging, dating to as early as 1872; thus a museum dedicated to logging is in keeping...
Conflict of interest? Judge who voided Cayuga claim lives under similar shadow
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - U.S. Appellate Judge Jose A. Cabranes, author of the recent 2nd Circuit Court ruling voiding the Cayuga land claims, has a distinguished resume...
Rosebud hog farm back in court
WASHINGTON - It was thought a settlement between the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and the owners of a major hog farming operation would have settled the long-standing controversial project,...
Revenue falls short of expectations; Governor's office calls report 'misleading'
Fundamental justice shaken in Iroquois land cases
It sure seems a recurrent theme these days that America is returning to its worst practices when it comes to Indian relations...
Noted speakers tackle issues
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The American Indian Nations Symposium in Great Falls contained a nearly unparalleled slate of speakers from throughout Indian country...
South Dakota can change voting districts
PIERRE, S.D. - The South Dakota Legislature must make a decision to open a special legislative session to redraw voting district lines to comply with a federal court order...
Pine Hills Golf & Supper Club attracts attention
GRESHAM, Wis. - The fairways are encased within beautiful dense forests...
Navajo homeownership made easier
National Indian housing summit planned
WASHINGTON - The Department of Housing and Urban Development has set its first national American Indian housing summit in four years...
N.Y. legal battles ongoing
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. - Reports of the demise of New York state tribes are exaggerated, as they always have been...
Rincon wins tax suit
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A San Diego federal judge ruled in favor of the Rincon Band of Mission Indians, which had filed a lawsuit in a tax dispute case with San Diego County...
ACLU intervenes at high school
RAPID CITY, S.D. - Seventeen-year-old Zack Eagle Hawk will not return to school in Winner, S.D...
Dogs, dogs, everywhere
Loose dogs are a common sight on Arizona's reservations. A few are owned; others are abandoned...
MSU Native American Student Center proposed
Fighting breast cancer; A Native woman's journal; BATTLING CANCER AND BUREAUCRACY
The first time Liz Bahe remembers hearing her mom talk about the lump, she was the lone teenage daughter of a single mother...
Appreciation of a grandmother: Beatrice Weasel Bear
Recent Sun Dance prayers in the Black Hills gathered the good minds of strong dancers, both men and women, to concentrate on the wish for less violence and less war - in our homes ...
Salmon hopes dwindle amid rhetoric
PORTLAND, Ore. - In one breath, U.S...
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