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Thing About Skins
15 tribes share $500,000 In private housing grants
WASHINGTON ? Tribes that fall through the gaps in federal funding for housing will split more than half a million dollars in grants from a new non-governmental program...
Committing to a journalism for a Native Millennium
As the first year of the new century and millennium comes to an end, Indian Country Today wishes all of you -- our readers, contributors, editorial and business staff and corporate...
Crow Creek Lawsuit Freezes Missouri River land transfer
RAPID CITY, S.D. ? A federal judge in Washington, D. C...
"Jealousism" fails to thwart growth of Winnebago business boom
As CEO of Ho-Chunk, Inc., the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska's development corporation, I wanted to write this column to illustrate the changing dynamic and challenges that we face as...
Guatemala apology belated but welcome
There were many massacres of innocent people in Central America during the geo-political wars of the early 1980s...
If dealers come calling, be warned
SAN FRANCISCO ?...
Open Letter on Tribal Consultation for Interior Secretary Norton
Suzan Shown Harjo
I am writing to let you know a few things about tribal consultation that the good old boys at Interior may be keeping from you...
Tribes Get Results from the Inside
BETHESDA, Md. ? Tribes are taking a new route to getting the attention of corporate America -- from the inside. And it's working...
Native candidate Volesky asks for out-of-state dollars
MORTON, Minn. ? The lone Indian candidate running for South Dakota's highest office is crossing state lines to build a campaign war chest. South Dakota Sen. Ron J...
Fund honors artists who preserve culture
DENVER, Colo. ?...
Myths can bar way to cancer treatment
CORTEZ, Colo. ? A cancer diagnosis is not a death sentence. That's the message Dr. Linda Burhansstipanov wants to get out to Native American populations across the country...
California mediates cross-deputization
SACRAMENTO, Calif. ? Talks to cross-deputize American Indian police officers in California are stymied over the issue of liability...
Cabinet makers bring jobs to Cherokees in Tahlequah
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. ? The Cherokee Nation and the city of Tahlequah received a gift just in time for Christmas this year...
Equity Investment could bridge gap in Indian country says CDFI Study
WASHINGTON, D.C. ?...
California and Oklahoma tribes organize relief efforts for Santee Sioux
MORONGO INDIAN RESERVATION, Calif. ? Relief efforts for Nebraska's Santee Sioux are under way among a half dozen tribes in Southern California and Oklahoma...
Save professional teams in Minnesota with casinos
ST. PAUL, Minn. ?...
Rosie O'Donnell helps out Delaware Nation child care
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. ? A new daycare facility run by the Delaware Nation now has new playground equipment, thanks to a donation from Rosie O'Donnell's foundation, For All Kids...
Contempt trial continues
WASHINGTON ? False reports to the judge in the Indian trust account case so alarmed the staff at Interior's Office of the Special Trustee that they refused to "verify" them...
County planning commissioners say no to permit for kitty litter mine
HUNGRY VALLEY, Nev. ? The Washoe County planning commissioners have voted to deny a permit to the Oil-Dri Corporation for a kitty litter mine near the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony...
This Christmas the Santee Sioux tribe is asking for justice
Christmas for most of us is a time of celebration, of families and warm memories. But Christmas at the Santee Sioux reservation is haunted with sad memories...
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