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Amity Pueblo Desecration Petition
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Threats Against Natives Revealed
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Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation of Idaho
"Fort Hall town site residents were advised to use bottled water through the holiday weekend, following the discovery of elevated levels of the pesticide ethylene dibromide in drin...
Washington GOP plank to terminate tribes ignites firestorm
SPOKANE, Wash. - A Washington state GOP platform resolution recommending that the federal and legislative branches of the U.S...
Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone Indians of Nevada
The tribe has no right to stop a state court water commissioner from crossing its land to regulate irrigation gates controlling the Humboldt River, state attorneys claim...
Tribes, bureau agree, disagree over reservation roads
Taku River Tlingit First Nation, British Columbia
Plans for a British Columbia mine, 40 miles northeast of Juneau, were dealt a potentially fatal blow June 28 when a provincial court ruled in favor of the tribe's claim the provinc...
Shoshone divided over $121 million federal payment
Tohono O'odham Nation of Arizona
The nation has begun receiving a share of Central Arizona Project water, 18 years after the tribe settled a landmark water-rights claim with the federal government and non-Indian w...
Tulalip Tribe declares building moratorium
MARYSVILLE, Wash. - The Tulalip Reservation on the Puget Sound north of Seattle is experiencing major growing pains...
Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho
Federal taxpayers will help pay for the 72-mile Mullan-to-Plummer trail to be co-managed by the tribe and the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, even though Union Pacific Ra...
White Earth Band of Ojibwe, Minnesota
Doyle Turner was sworn in as tribal chairman and Kenneth Bivins took his oath as District III representative June 30 at ceremonies at the Shooting Star Casino in Mahnomen...
Controversy continues over Pequot recognition
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Accusations and a call for a Congressional probe loom over the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut...
Coquille Tribe of Oregon
A federal jury acquitted former tribal development leader Bruce Anderson, 50, accused of environmental crimes...
Wind River Reservation, Wyoming
The Arapaho and Shoshone business councils oppose a 1-cent optional sales tax before voters in November...
Kiowa Tribe under federal probe into missing casino funds
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Kiowa Grand Center casino remains closed amid allegations that more than $2 million are unaccounted during a recent federal audit, and half the tribe's records ...
Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Indian Nation, Washington
The nation and four other groups say a four-year environmental study of a proposed resort contains glaring holes and fails to meet state requirements...
Cowlitz file motion with appeal board
Jicarilla Apache Tribe, New Mexico
Committed to opening an old roadway to public use, Rio Arriba County officials cut a lock and entered tribal land June 29...
John Talley: 'Indian World' host for quarter century
PORTLAND, Ore. - In his youth, John Talley was all action and not so much talk. At 70, the Mohawk from Syracuse, N.Y., is understandably more talk than action...
Yakama Nation joins defendants in Kennewick Man case
TOPPENISH, Wash. - The Yakama Nation has filed a counterclaim in U.S...
Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
The community wants construction halted on a ski hill on Mount Bohemia to allow an investigation of whether Native remains are buried at the site...
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