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First Taco Bell in Indian Country Opens
Rare Sierra Nevada Fox Caught on Camera
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Thing About Skins
Wickham: America's War on Terrorism, A new Manifest Destiny?
John A Wickham
The tragic events of September 11 unified most Americans against a new world of international terrorism...
Yellowstone's Bison face uncertain future
Sacred burial site recovery to be monitored
SIOUX FALLS, S.D...
Court to decide damages in '99 grave desecration
SEATTLE - The Lummi Nation and an engineering firm are headed to U.S. District Court over the desecration of ancient human remains...
Another South Dakota burial site uncovered
BRANDON, S.D. - South Dakota now has two active sites where human remains were unearthed, but mitigation at each site is very different...
Preservation of sacred sites
On June 11, Rep. Nick J. Rahall, D-W. Va, introduced legislation in the House of Representatives called the Native American Sacred Lands Act...
John Locke, Indian-fighter
What do Indians have to say about the Bush Administration's tax cut policy? Plenty, we think, and pretty important stuff too...
Adamson: Regulatory pendulum must stop at Indian country
Rebecca L Adamson
The word "regulation" in all its forms is getting a workout these days as never before...
Native health care, Alaskan-style
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - In 1975, when President Ford enacted Public Law 93-638 (P.L...
Leaders emphasize importance of exercising sovereignty at NCAI session
Fundamental questions remain on Western Shoshone Distribution Bill
WASHINGTON - Testimony was heard before the House Resources Committee, June 18, over the Western Shoshone Distribution Bill, H.R. 884...
Maine casino takes shape as referendum gears up
SANFORD, Maine - Two Native peoples with a point to make about sovereignty are pushing ahead with plans for a casino even though their campaign is just under way to win state voter...
Mascot bill fails for second time in California
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - For the second time in the past year the California Assembly voted down a bill that would have prohibited schools from using American Indian mascots...
Whiteclay urged to clean up its image
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - If the store owners of Whiteclay, Neb. and state officials do not stop liquor sales, a blockade will be set up to stop it...
News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Pankiw accused of 'hatemongering' OTTAWA - A controversial Independent Member of Parliament has been accused of hate crimes by Aboriginal leaders for the second time in a year...
Ho-Chunk may set up in Chicago
BLACK RIVER FALLS, Wis. - The Ho-Chunk Nation claim a casino near Chicago could be possible, and very profitable for the residents of the community and the tribe...
Let the Games Begin: Competitive parity is a good idea
In a recent edition of "Let the Games Begin" we praised the St...
Stand up for your rights
Indian leaders and Indian people everywhere: stand up for your rights!...
Montana Bison Range and refuge management in question
Trimble: Time for another backlash?
Charles E Trimble
Recent Indian Country Today articles - "The backlash against California tribal casinos," by James May, and "First Nations and states: Contesting polities," by David Wilkins, both d...
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