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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
Chickasaw mortgage program looks for second national award
ADA, Okla. - A groundbreaking mortgage program that has put more than 200 Chickasaw families into homes is up for a second national award...
Harvard study: Both successes and failures dot self-governance trail
Tribal radio station plays on
FORT BELKNAP, Mont. - Travelers in the Hi-Line region of north-central Montana are often surprised when KGVA-FM pops up on their radio dial...
Fort Belknap opens promising meat packing venture
News from the North
M?tis aboriginal hunting rights confirmed OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in a 9-0 decision on Sept...
Internet cigarette sales tax bill goes before House
WASHINGTON - Tribal sovereignty got all of 30 seconds at an Oct...
Increased funding needed for child protection bill
WASHINGTON - Rescuing Indian children and families from the clutches of abuse and violence may begin with professional health programs and other intervention efforts but it must ex...
South Dakota shows economic growth reservations still being left behind
PIERRE, S.D. - A leading economic indicator put South Dakota on top in a nine-state region, but tribes in the state continue to wait their turn...
New judge denies Mattaponi Tribe right to fight city lawsuit over reservoir
Federal government steps out of Oneida land claim
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. - A tentative settlement reached last year in the Oneida land claim case is now officially moot...
Health disparities remain within Indian country
OLYMPIA, Wash. - American Indian and Alaska Native people have long experienced lower health status and inadequate health care when compared with other Americans...
Discrimination documented in Minnesota traffic stop study
ST. PAUL, Minn. - A report based on a survey of data from participating cities and counties in the state proves that racial profiling exists in some areas...
Loa: Bush administration upholds Hawaiian tribal law
Leadership of the Hou Band of native Hawaiians is now and has for several decades been the primary advocate of reaffirming United States tribal policy in Hawai'i; not an easy task...
Schwarzenegger and the battle over hearts and minds
It was about a week before the recall election, which would propel him onto the helm of the world's seventh largest economy, that Arnold Schwarzenegger caught a good idea out of th...
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