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Guevremont: Reflections on the Iraq War
Now that the Iraq war is drawing to a close, it is perhaps useful to remember why the United States and its allies, holding fast in the face of world public opinion, pacifism and a...
From shame to honor: Piestewa Peak replaces Squaw Peak
With a 5-1 vote, the Arizona State Board on Geographic and Historic Names has made history. Squaw Peak in Phoenix, will be renamed Piestewa Peak in honor of Army Pfc...
Pfc. Piestewa honored
TUBA CITY, Ariz. - It was an especially poignant moment that had hundreds of people drying their eyes near the end of Army Pfc. Lori Piestewa's memorial service April 5...
Piestewa Peak? American Indians campaign to rename landmark
Patti Jo King
PHOENIX - In the wake of Pfc. Lori Piestewa's death, a movement to rename Arizona's "Squaw Peak" in her honor is gathering momentum throughout the American Indian community...
Evolution of sound and creation: Robert Mirabal's newest release
House posts tell story of Samish maiden
ANACORTES, Wash. - Samish tradition tells of a maiden who sacrificed her human form when she married a merman and became a mermaid...
Law & order among ancient Aboriginals
BROCKET, Alberta - While the sharp rap of a gavel contrasts with the soft wafting plume of smoke from burning sweetgrass, these symbols of order are interchangeable for author Reg ...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
All over Indian country the signs are there, the earth is now renewed. The natural world is celebrated in many different ways in many different parts of our country...
Lummi gaming raises money to fight substance abuse
LUMMI NATION, Wash. - On April 9, the Lummi Nation celebrated the first anniversary of its Silver Reef Casino...
Cherokee members honored
Trimble: Nicknames on the rez ...
Charles E Trimble
Nicknaming has always been something special at the Indian mission school I attended in the 40s and 50s. A boy with the last name Livermont quickly became "Gizzard" Livermont...
News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Mackenzie Valley Project may get Help OTTAWA - Indian and Northern Affairs Minister Robert Nault has reversed an earlier position and may be prepared to contribute to Aboriginal ef...
Four Native Seabees deploy
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Four Natives are among 32 people who left April 4 for deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom...
Challenges and deployment welcomed by Seabee reservist
GLOBE, Ariz. - Originally from Sweetwater, Ariz., Equipment Operator Third Class Merlin Yazzie said he's ready for deployment. "I don't have mixed feelings...
Anna Mae, the beginning of clarity
The case of Anna Mae Pictou-Aquash, the American Indian Movement activist murdered during the winter of 1975-76, on Pine Ridge, S.D., broke to the surface again as two men were ind...
Mohegans obtain credit facility to pay debt costs on casino
UNCASVILLE, Conn. - The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority (MTGA) has restructured its bank debt, with a syndicate of 12 lenders led by Bank of America N.A...
Senate committee preparing to focus on health
WASHINGTON - In brief meetings April 9 and 10, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs began to clear the deck of comparatively minor but time-consuming legislative items in prepara...
Samish, Swinomish donate to local school library
ANACORTES, Wash. - The Samish Nation donated 63 books on American Indian history and culture to the Whitney School Library in Anacortes...
Tribal payments late, Gambling Commission Chairman says
New bill could broaden securities tax-exempt status
WASHINGTON - Rep. Dave Camp has introduced a bill that would broaden the ability of tribes to issue tax-exempt bonds...
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