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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...
Kara Briggs
9/7/05
Bear Heart Woman is dancing alone. She swings her black hair that isn't there around her swaying shoulders. She tells her sister to get the camera...
Gale Courey Toensing
9/7/05
N. STONINGTON, Conn. -- While the Eastern Pequot tribe awaits the BIA's reconsidered decision on federal recognition, the seasons continue...
Gale Courey Toensing
9/7/05
WASHINGTON -- A federal task force is investigating indicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff's claims that he offered a job to a deputy secretary of the Interior Department who had promised...
Dean Suagee
9/7/05
In June, Indian Country Today ran a story headlined "Environmental codes frustrate landless tribes" (Vol. 24, Iss. 52)...
Jean Johnson
9/7/05
SEATTLE, Wash. -- The Early College High School program that Antioch University administers with Gates Foundation funds has come a long way since its inception in 2002...
John Mohawk
9/7/05
President Bush and Sen. Bill Frist support the idea that schools should teach the theory of "intelligent design" as an alternative to Darwin's theory of evolution...
Editors Report
9/7/05
Foxwoods looks like the prime place to risk your bond money, if you want to put it on a tribal casino...
David Wiwchar
9/7/05
YUQUOT, British Columbia -- Representatives from Parks Canada and the Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation gathered at Friendly Cove on Nootka Island to commemorate the maquinna line, ...
Jackie Eder-Van Hook and Paul G. Moorehead
8/31/05
For years, much has been made of the "digital divide" in Native America -- and with good cause...
Jean Johnson
8/31/05
BOULDER, Col. -- Non-Indians and humanity generally can take heart. While it's true that U.S...
Editors Report
8/31/05
Basic Call to Consciousness" is the title of a small book edited in the late 1970s by Indian Country Today columnist John Mohawk and Senior Editor Jose Barreiro...
Gale Courey Toensing
8/31/05
HARTFORD, Conn...
Editors Report
8/31/05
Welcome and resounding goods news from the Great Plains: NativeEnergy is now Native-owned, giving strong evidence that the effort to capture prairie winds to produce affordable, sa...
David Melmer
8/31/05
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- The new trust reform bill proposed in the Senate is flawed and not favorable to individual American Indians and land owners, tribal leaders argue...

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