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Tohono O'odham Nation of Arizona
The winding, treacherous 60-year-old road between Three Points and Why has extremely narrow lanes, with no shoulders or pullouts for stranded motorists...
Sharon Blackwell goes to work at BIA
Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Idaho
While federal census-takers count every nose on the reservation, the push is on to complete a separate survey of tribal members and other Indians...
Wind River Reservation, Wyoming
"It's still a major concern, but the (Washaki) dam is safe," said Deputy Tribal Water Engineer Gary Collins. Water is still seeping through at about a gallon every eight minutes...
National Indian Gaming Commission closes Kiowa games
CARNEGIE, Okla. - The National Indian Gaming Commission has ordered the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma to close the doors on its gaming operations...
Coquille Tribe of Oregon
A former tribal official says he thought asbestos-laden building materials had been removed from an old plywood mill that was converted into The Mill Casino in 1995.Through his att...
Torres-Martinez tries to power up
MECCA, Calif. - The Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indian tribe has found a potential source of economic development that's not gaming related...
Honored One Red Earth 2000: Native American artist Joan Hill
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - Joan Hill could have spent her life teaching school and quietly painting in her spare time...
Washoe Tribe successful in EPA Superfund listing
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The 1,500 member Washoe Tribe has successfully persuaded the EPA to list an abandoned sulfur mine?near the California/ Nevada border as a Superfund site...
Rush Trucking proves it's possible
WAYNE, Mich. - Andra M. Rush is a woman in a hurry. As a nursing student, the Mohawk started a two-truck carting service in this Detroit suburb to earn money for school...
Red Earth draws artists and dancers from throughout Indian country
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - The Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City drew dancers and artists from all over Indian country...
Cherokee Tribal Council overrides chief's vetos
It's time for an Indian Supreme Court justice Commitment to Indian housing is growing
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. - The president of the National Congress of American Indians said it's time there was a Native Supreme Court Justice...
Stomp Dance is social dance for everyone
Oksale teaching program graduates first class
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Oksale. In the native Lummi tongue, it means teacher...
Pro tennis comes to Little Wound
Amanda War Bonnet
KYLE, S.D. - Playing tennis can be more than just a game or sport, it can promote family bonding, strengthen an athlete's skills and help create a healthy lifestyle...
Immersion programs ensure cultural survival
BROWNING, Mont. - Stepping into the Blackfeet Indian Reservation's language immersion schools is like stepping back into time...
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation, Montana
A federal recovery team monitored release of 75,000 white sturgeon larvae in northern Idaho's Kootenai River for clues to what undermines reproduction of the endangered species...
Former Oglala Tribal Attorney General censured, reinstated
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
Wampanoag coordinator develops repatriation software
MASHPEE, Mass. - Necessity is the mother of invention and Native Heritage Software, brainchild of Mashpee Wampanoag Ramona Bennett, certainly is an invention born of need...
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