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Hometown Prosperity Plan Set to Spur Plains Economy
RAPID CITY, S.D. û It may take a full-scale Marshall Plan to save the northern Plains tribes from falling further into an economic abyss...
Six Nations Negotiates Land Claim as Standoff Draws the World’s Notice
OHSWEKEN, Ontario – As the shock of the Ontario Provincial Police raid on land rights protesters spread across Canada and beyond, traditional Haudenosaunee Confederacy chiefs resum...
Interior Calls Hall on Accuracy of Trust Account
WASHINGTON – Since 2003, Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall has been relating the sad circumstance of a diabetic tribal citizen who died longing for a hydraulic lift on her ...
Idaho Leaders Weigh in on Dirk Kempthorne
HARRISON, Idaho – Tribal leaders in Idaho have offered their opinions to the state’s congressional delegation on the confirmation of Gov...
Traditional cuisine sizzles on front burner
PHOENIX – In the past few years, Native food has stepped up to the plate...
Housing council wonders about zeroed budgets
WASHINGTON – The National American Indian Housing Council keeps getting zeroed out of Bush administration budget requests, despite a track record of technical assistance in home ow...
Culinary association founder Nephi Craig on the evolution of today’s Native cooking
FORT APACHE, Ariz...
Six Nations: ‘They’ve started a war!’
The recent massive early morning police raid on an encampment of Indian protesters at Six Nations Reserve in Canada left little doubt that authorities in that country are ready to ...
Americans all, immigrants most – a bit of reality
Being largely of Amerindian heritage (Creek, Cherokee, Chickasaw, probably Choctaw; let the record show my ancestors from Celtic lands, from the “dark continent,” weren’t so much i...
Billy Frank Jr.
Message at 75: Listen to the salmon (Editor’s note: Last month, respected elder Billy Frank Jr. celebrated his 75th birthday...
Media watch: Bolivia
Sixty days of Evo Morales: Threats and accomplishments Evo Morales is still a winner, according to the Bolivian press...
Why not a chapter for the Navajos living on the Hopi partitioned lands?
As reported in Indian Country Today (“Shirley urges formation of urban chapters” by Brenda Norrell, Vol. 25, Iss. 42), Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr...
Mille Lacs Band seeks to preserve heritage and treaty fishing rights
Rick St. Germaine
Health issues change little
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Health care in Indian country has been labeled as horrible, abysmal and an embarrassment...
Drug abuse and suicide are top concerns of regional leaders
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Emerging priorities in health care in Indian country are as diverse as Indian country itself and difficult to categorize...
Bicentennial set for European explorer David Thompson
SPOKANE, Wash. – Plans are now in the works for a bicentennial commemoration of another early European explorer, David Thompson...
‘Totems to Turquoise’ Exhibit educates the public on authentic Native art
LOS ANGELES – The striking beauty, power and symbolism of indigenous jewelry and artifacts will be featured at the Museum of the American West in Los Angeles through Aug. 20...
As seasons and life cycles come and go, spring is right up there at the top of the list as best...
Dedicated to my mother, Delphine Edwards, Medicine Woman, and to the man who never gave up and married her, Scotty Edwards...
Golf teams prepare for Native American Cup tournament
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Golf teams are already forming in preparation for the 2006 Native American Cup, presented by Charter Communications, to be held Aug...
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