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The Week That Was
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Miller Named to Repatriation Committee
Saving Native Languages and Culture
Thing About Skins
Elijah receives suspension for wearing religious headband
FORT COVINGTON, N.Y...
Legacy auction garners big donations for education
SANDIA PUEBLO, N.M...
At Six Nations Aboriginal farmers reaping co-op benefits
OHSWEKEN, Ontario - Acting as a co-op while permitting its members to maintain their own individuality, the First Nations Agrigroup of southern Ontario is creating a better politic...
'The Tiny Warrior' By D.J. "Eagle Bear" Vanas
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Would you be interested in learning how to live well and succeed on your own terms?...
Native American studies professor receives award from University of Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS - Brenda Child, renowned professor of Native American Studies and public historian, was among the recipients of the University of Minnesota Outstanding Community Servic...
Spirit of martyred activist presides at world meeting
UNITED NATIONS - Half-way through the world's largest gathering of indigenous leaders, delegates and friends gathered in a tribute to one person who helped make it happen, but wasn...
Indian country telephone use jumps 50 percent in lower 48
WASHINGTON - Telephone subscribership on federally-recognized Indian reservations jumped nearly 50 percent between 1990 and 2000, according to a study by the Federal Communications...
LeBeau: California anti-smoking laws threaten tribal sovereignty
Recently, the American Indian Tobacco Education Network, an 11-year program of the California Rural Indian Health Board, learned that Governor Gray Davis might be considering an at...
Military women to receive national honors
Patti Jo King
KYKOTSMOVI, Ariz. - Wayne Taylor Jr., chairman of the Hopi Nation at Kykotsmovi, Ariz., has announced that Pfc...
Native Currents: Termination by Bureaucracy
Native Currents is a new addition to our editorial page. It will occasionally replace one of our two customary weekly editorials...
Officials say Meskwaki takeover sets bad example
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Allowing a federally unrecognized tribal council to continue running the Sac and Fox Tribe of Mississippi in Iowa gaming operations will undermine the National...
Officials try to keep reservoir project afloat
NEWPORT NEWS, Va...
Department of Energy awards $200,000 to the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council
SANTA FE, N.M. - The Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council's Community Reuse Organization (CRO) received a $200,000 grant from the U.S...
Adamson: Energy bills carry both risk and opportunity
Rebecca L Adamson
Free enterprise Republicans will have to forgive us in Indian country if we get nervous every time a bill is introduced that offers a way to circumvent the trust authorities of the...
Are Alaska Native children being left behind in Bush education act?
WASHINGTON - On Jan...
American Indians help recover debris from space shuttle accident
HOUSTON - Many American Indian groups got an up-close connection to the space program because of the Columbia accident. Columbia was destroyed on Feb...
Indian Country's journalists, thinkers, are important asset
At the same time that American media is concentrated into fewer and fewer hands, the option for tribal nations and consortia to field media initiatives, via Internet, newspapers, v...
Supreme Court ruling on the Paiute-Shoshone case
Davis scales back added revenue request
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Since proposing that the state ask for $1.5 billion from gaming tribes in exchange for increased machine licenses it was widely expected that Gov...
Let the games begin: California's budget problems trickle down to Indian country
Not even the nation's most populous state can escape the economic doldrums that face local and state governments around the country...
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