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Ken Edwards
9/14/05
In a time when our fathers' fathers walked, there was a warrior named Stem. He was a brave man and had killed many buffalo to provide food and many hides for the cold winters...
Jim Adams
9/14/05
NORTH STONINGTON, CONN. -- Cowboys and Indians mingled peaceably at the annual Schemitzun, the Green Corn Festival of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation...
Jack McNeel
9/14/05
COULEE DAM, Wash...
John Mohawk
9/14/05
At the beginning of the current war in Iraq, President Bush was adamant that Americans would be asked to make no sacrifices, pay no price, for the war...
Steven Newcomb
9/14/05
President Bush has let us know how important it is for him to maintain his physical fitness...
Jim Adams
9/14/05
UNCASVILLE, Conn...
Editors Report
9/14/05
First American Indian to receive award from Minority Business Development Agency SAN FRANCISCO -- Pete Homer, Mojave/Shasta, president and CEO of the National Indian Business Assoc...
Jack McNeel
9/7/05
PABLO, Mont. -- The call of "Fore!" isn't heard at other American Indian colleges, but it resounds at Salish Kootenai College in Montana...
Editors Report
9/7/05
VERMILLION, S.D. -- Four students from St...
Editors Report
9/7/05
Food is the first medicine. What the body needs for the health of the human being, enters through the mouth...
Molly Neely-Walker and Richard Walker
9/7/05
SWINOMISH, Wash. -- It's a sunny summer day. A day when many kids are playing at the beach, hanging out at the mall or playing video games at home...
Editors Report
9/7/05
LITTLE ROCK, Ark...
Stephanie Woodard
9/7/05
PORCUPINE, N.D...
Editors Report
9/7/05
MORONGO INDIAN RESERVATION, Banning, Calif. -- On Sept...
Katsi Cook
9/7/05
Native peoples of the Western Hemisphere provided for their nutrition from a broad harvest of plant and animal sources, which have added a great deal of healthful variety to the wo...
Pam Hughes
9/7/05
CRANDON, Wis -- The Wolf River, a federally designated wild river, has always provided for the people of Wisconsin and for the sturgeon, wild rice, muskrat, the maple and the deer...
Jim Adams
9/7/05
NEW YORK -- As Wall Street opens more and more to tribal financing, one of the last barriers is the arcane process of bond rating...
Gale Courey Toensing
9/7/05
WASHINGTON -- A $100 million boost to the IHS budget next year will help maintain the agency's health initiatives for American Indian and Alaska Native people, but will fall short ...
David Melmer
9/7/05
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- Anxiety turned into jubilation in South Dakota Aug...

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