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Tom Wanamaker
8/14/03
NEW YORK - Indian gaming recently received a brief moment in the spotlight of national television when Ernest L...
Bill Weinberg
8/14/03
Editors' Note: This past June, Native Americas, the journal of Hemispheric Indigenous issues published by First Nations Development Institute, broke this dramatic story - at once i...
Jack McNeel
8/14/03
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The 42nd Annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympics (WEIO) was held July 16 - 19 in Fairbanks...
Kari Ingersoll
8/14/03
VERONA, N.Y. - Cloudy skies and misting rain couldn't damper the excitement at the opening of the Kaluhyat Golf Club at the Oneida Indian Nation's Turning Stone Casino Resort...
Russell Sossamon
8/13/03
In a previous "Perspectives" column that appeared in Indian Country Today last fall, the National American Indian Housing Council requested that the Bush Administration remember th...
Jerry Reynolds
8/13/03
WASHINGTON - Every U.S. Congress takes a recess, an interlude between the first and second sessions when Congress is adjourned...
Bill Weinberg
8/13/03
Indigenous opposition to Puebla-Panama Plan faces serious repression On July 21, leaders of indigenous, campesino and grassroots organizations from throughout the Central American ...
Robert Taylor
8/13/03
Wildfires force evacuations WHISPERING PINES, British Columbia - More than 250 members of the First Nations community of Whispering Pines, about 35 miles north of Kamloops, and the...
Ron Selden
8/13/03
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Two critical turning points are pending in a federal lawsuit filed here last year over substandard housing on the nearby Blackfeet Indian Reservation...
Ron Selden
8/13/03
BROWNING, Mont. - Scores of wildland firefighters from the Blackfeet Indian Reservation are finding plenty of work this summer around the drought-plagued west...
Mark Fogarty
8/12/03
WASHINGTON - The federal government is meeting less and less of its trust obligations to American Indians, according to a scathing report by the U.S...
Jim Adams
8/12/03
WASHINGTON, - "The tribes have to call back." That's lesson number one in a media training program that the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) will offer at its upcoming mid...
Abbey Thompson
8/12/03
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis. - According to information from the U.S. Department of Labor, 48 of the 50 highest paying occupations require college degrees...
Editors Report
8/11/03
Push a big rock long enough and some good ideas begin to surface: a bigger crowbar is suggested, maybe digging around the edges, finally a heavy shove...
E.S. Dempsey
8/11/03
WASHINGTON - The federal judge in the Cobell lawsuit recently ordered Interior Department computers that house trust fund data to be disconnected from the Internet, with two except...
Tom Wanamaker
8/11/03
As we have discussed in this space many times before, the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act was meant to foster the economic development of the nation's federally recognized tribes...
Tom Zoellner
8/11/03
MISSOULA, Mont. - A truck stop and tax-free cigarette emporium called Joe's Smoke Ring is the closet Indian casino to Missoula, one of Montana's largest cities...
David Melmer
8/11/03
RAPID CITY, S.D. - The Great Sioux Nation has never accepted the fact that the Black Hills of South Dakota is not theirs...
Abbey Thompson
8/11/03
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis. - There is still public concern regarding the hunting, fishing, and gathering rights of the Lake Superior Ojibwe, and for other tribes in Indian country...
Robert Taylor
8/11/03
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y...

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