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Richard Walker
3/8/06
ANACORTES, Wash. -- Samish Indian Nation Chairman Ken Hansen has retired after 35 years of working to preserve -- and in many cases, restore -- the rights of the Samish people...
Rick Kearns
3/8/06
From mid-December through January, the Bolivian press has been watching the rise of the most famous Bolivian ever, the nation's first indigenous president, Evo Morales...
Editors Report
3/8/06
PALM SPRINGS, Calif...
Editors Report
3/1/06
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Canyon Records artist Delphine Tsinajinnie was recently recognized as one of Arizona State University's Alumni of the Year...
Stephanie Woodard
3/1/06
Savvy marketing and quality products mean growth for Native food companies BERNALILLO, N.M...
Jerry Reynolds
3/1/06
From immersion schools to early learning centers WASHINGTON -- Don Wanatee could have been summing up the fears of many tribes when he said last summer, "Since that casino came in,...
Editors Report
3/1/06
Indian country is much more than the dealings of Jack Abramoff and the six tribes he enveloped in his web of dishonest power-mongering...
David Melmer
3/1/06
KYLE, S.D. -- Domestic violence occurs more often in Indian country than in the rest of the nation, and the Pine Ridge Reservation is no exception...
Jack McNeel
3/1/06
PLUMMER, Idaho -- The Coeur d'Alene Tribe mourned the recent death of Ann Antelope Samuels, but also celebrated her life...
Editors Report
3/1/06
The New York Times owes the Mohawk people an apology. Its Feb...
Jack McNeel
3/1/06
BONNERS FERRY, Idaho -- The Kootenai Tribe of Idaho has a long historical dependence on the white sturgeon of the Kootenai River...
Ken Edwards
3/1/06
Arok had never been good enough when he was a boy, and as a young man the cruelties of the village people were more than Arok could bear...
Suzan Shown Harjo
3/1/06
If The New York Times' articles about Indian country harboring drug runners were wildly inaccurate, it would be easier to explain how they create a false impression...
Cynthia Tam
3/1/06
VISTA, Calif. -- Many tribal governments have yet to establish retirement benefits for their employees and members...
Tim Martin
3/1/06
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich...
Jerry Reynolds
3/1/06
WASHINGTON -- Early in the second session of the current 109th Congress, bills to amend the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act and "reform" lobbying practices at the expense of tribes st...
Jim Adams
3/1/06
OTTAWA -- For the Kamloops Indian Band village's innovative design to work, Douglas Cardinal needed a new technology in the lowly field of sewage...
Betsy Fradd
3/1/06
PUYALLUP, Wash. -- Wandering down the hall in Chief Leschi Elementary School, you might hear an E flat, F sharp or G minor...
Rick St. Germaine
3/1/06
Urges raising the bar for Native children HAYWARD, Wis...
Jim Adams
3/1/06
OTTAWA -- After confronting imperial designs in two capitals, Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal has returned home to the work of building Native communities...

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