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News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Tax dispute settled REGINA, Saskatchewan - The Province of Saskatchewan and four First Nations received $3.2 million on July 15 in total refunds over an on-reserve tax collection d...
DOI reorganization plans and process unacceptable to tribes
Treasury unit seeks participants, federal grant money available
WASHINGTON - With only about 20 percent of the money it has available this year to help qualify Native groups for federal grants even requested, and even less (about 5 percent) obl...
Hearing on health care access
WASHINGTON - Reauthorizing the Indian Health Care Improvement Act would be a major step toward "modernizing" the Indian Health Service, which has fallen behind the health field's m...
Report recounts last hours of Pfc. Lori Piestewa
ARLINGTON, Va. - Grit, blood and confusion filled the last hours of Pfc...
Panel at state lawmakers conference tries to bridge 'knowledge gap'
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif...
Mattaponi to fight Newport News' suit against state agency
NEWPORT NEWS, Va...
Medical center to serve Northern Plains
RAPID CITY, S.D. - In the past, research data on health care in Indian country has been incomplete and sometimes inaccurate or completely non-existent...
Fish need water: Support Klamath salmon
The Klamath River is overtaxed. Everyone from farmers to municipalities, fishermen and tribes, want its water and there is not enough to go around...
Pallone sees tribal action 'translating itself at political level'
WASHINGTON - Democratic Congressman Frank Pallone, a third generation Italian who has been elected to the House of Representatives from New Jersey's 6th District since 1988, has a ...
Cibecue Fire Crew helps extinguish Kinishba Fire
Gail K Pechuli
CANYON DAY, Ariz. - Two young Apache woman, a part of Fort Apache crew No. 41 from Cibecue, Ariz., provided the last bit of assistance in extinguishing the Kinishba Fire...
Apaches breathe easier with Kinishba doused
Gail K Pechuli
CANYON DAY, Ariz. - The Kinishba Fire incident that threatened the livelihood of the White Mountain Apache Tribe has been quickly snared...
McCaleb feels "vindicated" with recent ruling
ADA, Okla. - On July 18 the U.S...
Reyhner: Efficient use of energy a better solution
After reading Senator Campbell's recent article titled "The truth about the Indian energy bill" in your paper defending his Indian energy bill, I feel compelled to write a response...
Sherrill decision strengthens Indian country
There are court decisions that reach across Indian country. The decision last week by the U.S...
Campbell: The truth about the Indian energy bill
Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell
A little over one year ago I wrote an op-ed piece for Indian Country Today entitled "Unlocking the Potential of Indian Tribal Energy" in which I outlined our country's need to have...
Ruling awaited on 'Redskins' trademark
WASHINGTON - At a hearing for motions on summary judgment in Pro Football Inc...
Clarkson: Bull Connor would have been proud
More than 100 years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court noted in United States vs...
Monteau: Guns, dogs and brute force; apparently some habits die hard
Harold A Monteau
When the Rhode Island State Police invaded the Narragansett Reservation on July 14, they authored the latest sorry chapter in this country's long and turbulent history of Indian re...
Mars-Burke: To the state of Rhode Island
India Mist Mars-Burke
I am compelled to speak. In lofty documents that were composed to guide this nation's conscience it is written that all men are created equal...
Page 1707 of 1922
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