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Tribal sovereignty protects businesses - State court rules worker cannot sue
SPOKANE, Wash. (MCT) – In what’s believed to be the first ruling of its kind in Washington, the state’s highest court ruled Dec...
Anderson recognized as ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’
Rick St. Germaine
MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Entrepreneurs organization recently awarded Chippewa/Choctaw, David Anderson, its most treasured honor – Entrepreneur of the Year – before a standing-ro...
The struggle deepens for the Lacandon Selva 'Is an ethnic war coming to the Zapatistas’ jungle stronghold? '
<b>Analysis</b> CHIAPAS, Mexico – When Mexico’s President Vicente Fox was elected six years ago, he pledged he would end the long-simmering Chiapas revolt “in 15 minute...
The Camisea chronicles 'River people try to cope with a life without fish'
<i>Editors’ note: This is the first of a series of articles documenting the effects of the controversial Camisea Gas Project on the Machiguenga, Yine and Quechuan communities...
Steadfast sovereignty 'Longtime Washoe chairman reflects on tribe’s return to power through culture, enterprise'
CARSON CITY, Nev. – With the Dec. 1 departure from his official duties leading the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California, 16-year Chairman A...
Oaxacan filmmakers issue call for solidarity, assistance
OAXACA, Mexico – Native filmmakers in the battle zone city of Oaxaca are on the front lines...
Cobell litigation gets a new judge
WASHINGTON – District of Columbia Court Judge James Robertson will preside over the long-running Cobell v. Kempthorne lawsuit. Chief Judge Thomas Hogan signed the order on Dec...
Canada’s cut in language preservation funding protested
OTTAWA – Hundreds of Natives from across Canada and northern New York marched on Parliament Hill Dec...
Appeals court to rehear Narragansett land into trust case
Gale Courey Toensing
Voting rights case settled in South Dakota
PIERRE, S.D. ñ Martin city officials have orders from the U.S...
Tribal college advisory board gets appointees
WASHINGTON ñ President George Bush has selected two educators, a business executive and a politician for appointment to the Presidentís Board of Advisors on Tribal Colleges and Uni...
Cobell litigation gets a new judge
WASHINGTON ñ District of Columbia Court Judge James Robertson will preside over the long-running Cobell v. Kempthorne lawsuit. Chief Judge Thomas Hogan signed the order on Dec...
Business-to-business, on and off the reservations
RAPID CITY, S.D...
Telemedicine improves breast screenings for rural reservations
ANN ARBOR, Mich...
Oklahomans fight on drug war’s front lines
ANADARKO, Okla. – The physical long-term effects of methamphetamine abuse are becoming too well–known throughout America: Massive weight loss. Sunken face. Insomnia. Jitteriness...
The more glitz, gewgaws and totally useless “stuff” I see in stores these days, the more I long for a simpler time and honorable values...
Music brightens the holidays
Sheri L. Ziemann
CHICAGO – Music has always made an excellent holiday gift, whether something one personally wrote or performed, tickets to a concert or the perennial – and lasting – compact disc o...
Junior Olympic runners finish well 'Cross country runners have good showing at national championships'
SPOKANE, Wash. – Young cross country runners from 48 states recently gathered in Spokane to compete in the Dec...
Hooked on horses 'Mustangs teach valuable life lessons'
Awareness campaign plans to suppliment anti-drug efforts
WASHINGTON – Chances are we won’t see a poster depicting the stillborn baby with six illicit drugs in its system, as described by Carole Lankford of the Salish and Kootenai Tribes ...
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