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Bills may 'decimate' HUBZone contracting preference on tribal land
WASHINGTON - The head of a national advocacy organization for HUBZone contractors warned that funding for the Native-friendly bidding preference on tribal projects will dry up if e...
Pallone: Indian trust reform delays are irresponsible
Frank Pallone Jr.
Seven years after Elouise Cobell filed her now famous class action suit alleging government mismanagement of Indian lands by the federal government, a new report shows gross misman...
Lenape war veteran honored
EASTON, Pa. - One of our people from the past brought us together today, said Lenape Nation Chief Bob Red Hawk Ruth of the Unami clan...
Salish and Kootenai seek to administer bison range
News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Judge seals Fontaine letter on custody battle OTTAWA - The National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations has drawn public criticism for a Sept...
Apache Dawn funded by two Federal Home Loan Banks
Profiles in trust: Rebecca Adamson and First Nations Development Institute
WASHINGTON - When the trust funds litigation in Cobell and other cases are finally resolved, people like lead plaintiff Elouise Cobell, her fellow plaintiffs in the class action la...
Bill Janklow at the crossroads
So, here we are at the crossroads ? waiting...
The case for federal contracting: Opportunity knocks, relationships stay
WASHINGTON - When attention turned to the government sector recently at the National Indian Business Association annual conference, they were talking $250 billion worth of sector -...
Canoe Journey promises return visit
SAN JUAN ISLAND, Wash. - Inclement weather derailed plans for Canoe Journey 2003 to stop at San Juan Island...
Running talent hits the trail
BISMARCK, N.D. - With an increasing focus on healthy living, American Indians across the country are becoming more active and looking to take care of their health...
Martial arts team heads for international championships
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
These used to be the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer when we slurped sodas and sugary Kool-aid after a dash through the hose...
Newcomb: The Bureau of Land Management, they steal horses don't they?
On Thursday, Feb. 6, 2003, armed agents of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - under the direction of Mr...
Southern California sojourn amid 'islands of freedom'
Indian tribes in Southern California played in the big leagues again this past month and took their share of criticism, some of it quite unfair, in the process...
Against the Wall: One more opinion from the fabled Journal
Chalk up one more in-close attack against Indian tribes exercising their legal right of self-government...
Let the Games Begin: New York looks to tax reservation smoke and fuel sales
Perhaps the title of this week's column should be "Let the taxes begin." That is certainly what New York state might as well use as its new motto beginning on Dec. 1...
Anderson 'intended nominee' to head BIA
The Bush administration issued a press release through the Interior Department on Sept...
Nipmuc Nation recognition will have to wait
Mattaponi continue the fight against proposed reservoir
NEWPORT NEWS, Va...
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