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Bond analysts talk Indian gaming
NEW YORK - Over the past few years, the growth of Indian gaming has attracted ever greater attention from Wall Street equity analysts, whose research coverage of the growing number...
Historical and contemporary bead work examined
From first contact with Europeans with their abundant trade goods, Native peoples made ingenious and artistic use of this new material - glass seed beads - to ornament their ritual...
Astronaut John Herrington enters final training for his first space flight
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Astronaut John Herrington is a step closer to becoming the first American Indian in space...
Election day primer: Referenda on the ballot
It's election season and Indian gaming issues are once again affecting statewide races around the country...
South Dakota Indian vote signals new clout
Although controversy over possible voter registration fraud has clouded the situation, it would appear that American Indian voters in South Dakota may just be the decisive factor i...
"Red Power" may sway elections
WASHINGTON - "Red Power" is making history in the 2002 mid-term elections. With control of the U.S...
Interior pulls out of trust reform task force
WASHINGTON - Many tribal leaders now think it will take an act of Congress to bring about trust fund reform within the Department of Interior...
Viejas chairman arrested and released
CHULA VISTA, Calif. - A bizarre altercation that led to the stabbing death of one man at an Oct...
Tribal Court prevails in Patterson case
ONEIDA NATION HOMELAND, N.Y. - In a deal that ended criminal action against Danielle Patterson on Oct...
American Indian sculpture garden opens
WASHINGTON - Surrounded by six stories on three sides, the American Indian Sculpture Garden is an artistic oasis in a building with a history of art. On Sept...
Closing the door on history and culture
Artrain USA brings Indian art to rural America
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Artrain USA, the nation's only traveling art museum on train, has announced its 15th exhibition, a contemporary Native American art exhibition. Joanna O...
Meeting to preserve the Lakota language
RAPID CITY, S.D. - Almost everyone in the large meeting room spoke Lakota as their first language, yet all were concerned that their tongue and culture were fast disappearing...
Vanishing: An Inuit story-telling theme
Rachel A Qitsualik
The hunter was still sleep-addled, and could hardly believe what the iliaq boy was telling him. His hosts had been kind. How could it be that they wanted to murder him?...
Native cooking column
While researching various grains and reading about them, I came across one that I always thought was a grain - quinoa, (keen-wa)...
Business in Indian country
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - A seminar entitled "Doing Business with Indian Nations" will be held Nov. 8 at the Syracuse University Law School, as part of the college's alumni weekend...
'Home of the Brave' by Martha Redbone
NEW YORK - Newcomer Martha Redbone is definitely not a diva...
IHS head promises health partnership
RAPID CITY, S.D...
President needs to provide leadership in ailing economy
A weekend flight to the New York City area via Washington, D.C. was an eye opener. I set off alarms when I went through the metal detector...
Cabazons request tax-free bonds to fund resort project
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - An unusual request by the Cabazon tribe has left an obscure state agency in quite a quandary...
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