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Martz hears tribes
HELENA, Mont. - Gov. Judy Martz received a ranked list of five nominees for the post of state Indian affairs coordinator during a meeting, in her office, with tribal leaders...
Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Reservation, Oregon
Delores Pigsley has been re-elected as the chairman of the Siletz. The Keizer resident has led the tribal council every year since 1984 except 1997 and 1998...
Storytellers bring tribal lore to life
MARTY, S.D. - Reviving fading tribal traditions and bonding among Sioux women on the Yankton Sioux Indian Reservation was the goal set by the Water Lily Storytelling Institute...
Gila River-Maricopa Indian Community of Arizona
Electric rates for many of San Carlos Irrigation Projects 13,300 customers were projected to rise as much as 300 percent this month as a result of California's ongoing energy crisi...
Sinte Gleska officials contemplate youth's desires in forming strategies
MISSION, S.D. - Sinte Gleska University, as part of its 31st annual Founder's Day, queried St...
Yankton Sioux man stranded for 36 hours
Records dispute costs family violence program director her job
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D...
Vampire policy is bleeding us dry - blood-quantums be gone!
Suzan Shown Harjo
Native Peoples have the traditions, openness and patience that come from measuring time and possibilities against the entirety of our ancient cultural continuum...
Wampanoag would restore dignity to Nomans Island
MARTHA'S VINEYARD, Mass. - For half a century Nomans Island off the coast of Massachusetts has been little more than a military bulls-eye - target practice for the Navy...
Casinos support local services
Towns near Indian casinos receive millions from the tribes for local services in spite of frequent political tensions, several recent distribution reports show...
Grammys hear the beat of tribal drum groups
Drum groups make the biggest sound in the lineup for the first-ever Native American Music category in this year's Grammy Awards...
Cayuga chief tracks corporation trucking with 'Native Vision'
ITHACA, N.Y. - Portraits of painted war ponies line the hallway of Frank C. Bonamie's Ongweoweh Corp...
Tribal rural housing opportunities increase
WASHINGTON - Tribes have a shot at getting a significant percentage of $25 million in the federal government's 2001 round of rural housing and economic development funding...
Dr. Karen Gayton Swisher inaugurated
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Hundreds gathered in Lawrence during the last week of January to celebrate the inauguration of Dr...
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians of North Dakota
The Cass County Joint Water Board has begun condemnation proceedings on tribal land needed to build Maple River Dam...
Lawsuit threatens Proposition 1A
Columbine-style assault thwarted at Kansas high school
Eastern tribes kick off political season
WASHINGTON - More than 20 tribes from throughout the eastern United States descended on the nation's capital to begin work with the 107th Congress and the Bush administration...
Pueblo of Santa Clara New Mexico
The family of Patricia Ulibarri of El Rancho, a northern New Mexico woman killed two years ago in a traffic accident that involved an alleged drunk driver, is suing the federal gov...
Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa of Wisconsin
Mary A. Balber, a member of the Ojibwe band, was among 17 Distinguished Alumni recognized by the Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minn...
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