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Santa Fe Indian Market 2014 Preview
Progress Made on Northwest Fires
10 Quotes About the Redskins
Healing Walk Video Goes Viral
Construction Underway at Sequoyah
Obama Acting White Erases Native Concern
Woods to Headline NB3F Challenge
GAO Report on Indian Gaming Coming: 2015
Choctaw Firefighters Return Home
Just Say No to Ted Nugent's Ugliness
The Two Presidents I Have Met
Gaming Reform—What Is Congress Plotting?
Long Overdue Land Rights Received
Veazie Dam Gone, Party Begins With Race
New Veterans Cemetery in Pine Ridge
Bringing Great Teachers to NA Schools
The Week That Was
Cherokee Language Evolves Into Braille
Cherokee Nation Dedicates New $2.8M Road
Dark Skies Make Delta Aquarids Sparkle
Thing About Skins
Chickasaw receive first direct grant to enforce child support payments
Kiowa fear settlement of ages-old Texas vs. Oklahoma feud
Former Kentucky governor visits Oglala hemp growers
Laura M Dellinger
MANDERSON, S.D. - Louie B. Nunn is an attorney, a former governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and a fervent proponent of hemp as an agricultural crop...
Music promoters look for wider outlets for performers
NEW YORK - Now that American Indian performers are making a mark in rhythm and blues, jazz and pop music, why don't they have more bookings at American Indian-owned casinos?...
Unusual expedition to retrace Alaska route
Young Yankton women come of age
Lightning crackled across the Northern Plains night sky and rain pelted lush rolling hills, as six girls took shelter in a tipi they'd just constructed...
American Indian medical care attacked
Laura M Dellinger
RAPID CITY, S.D...
Virginia Tribes Renew Fight for Federal Recognition: Six of 11 of their Members of Congress Give Support
WASHINGTON - After gaining further support from their Congressional delegation, six of the eight tribes of Virginia are again in the hunt for federal recognition through Congressio...
Smoking in Indian country is big business
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - In the state of Oklahoma, highways are littered with smoke shops, discount tobacco outlets, open to the public...
Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation, Montana
State and tribal governments in the Flathead Valley developed a public information campaign to warn women of childbearing age against eating large fish from Flathead Lake because o...
Viejas Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians, California
The Commodore Cruise Line, which stopped sailing 18 months ago, intends to liquidate and repay creditors rather than reorganize, a Bankruptcy Court filing in Miami shows...
AIDS crisis takes center stage
WASHINGTON - In late June thousands gathered at the United Nations in New York City to discuss the world AIDS crisis, an epidemic which will soon take its place as the greatest pla...
Grant saves American Indian radio service
LINCOLN, Neb. - National American Indian radio programs will stay on the air for another year, thanks to a large grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting...
Vets home loan program due reauthorization
WASHINGTON - American Indian veterans are about to get an extension for obtaining housing loans...
Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon
A measure allows tribal elders to teach their Native languages in schools using a special American Indian language teaching license won't require years of training or a college deg...
Sisseton-Wahpeton ask for physician licensing changes
Wyandotte of Oklahoma fight to revive waterways
WYANDOTTE, Okla. - The rivers and creeks in northeastern Oklahoma once teemed with life and filled an intricate part of the diet of the Wyandotte Nation...
Interior secretary's orders signal trust reform commitment
WASHINGTON - Acknowledged confusion by the BIA over trust funds led Interior Secretary Gale Norton to issue orders that would promote trust fund reform, strengthen authority and pr...
Crow Tribe of Montana
The tribe plans to crack down on "fronters," tribal members who lease reservation lands for non-tribal members, as part of an effort to regain control of nearly 450,000 acres...
United Tribe of Shawnee denied recognition
DESOTO, Kan. - The United Tribe of Shawnee Indians was denied the right to be recognized as a tribe during its latest court battle...
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