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Staff Reports
10/25/02
WASHINGTON - "Red Power" is making history in the 2002 mid-term elections. With control of the U.S...
David Melmer
10/25/02
WASHINGTON - Many tribal leaders now think it will take an act of Congress to bring about trust fund reform within the Department of Interior...
James May
10/25/02
CHULA VISTA, Calif. - A bizarre altercation that led to the stabbing death of one man at an Oct...
Jim Adams
10/25/02
ONEIDA NATION HOMELAND, N.Y. - In a deal that ended criminal action against Danielle Patterson on Oct...
Staff Reports
10/24/02
WASHINGTON - Surrounded by six stories on three sides, the American Indian Sculpture Garden is an artistic oasis in a building with a history of art. On Sept...
Tom Wanamaker
10/24/02
LIVERPOOL, N.Y...
Staff Reports
10/23/02
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Artrain USA, the nation's only traveling art museum on train, has announced its 15th exhibition, a contemporary Native American art exhibition. Joanna O...
David Melmer
10/23/02
RAPID CITY, S.D. - Almost everyone in the large meeting room spoke Lakota as their first language, yet all were concerned that their tongue and culture were fast disappearing...
Rachel A Qitsualik
10/23/02
The hunter was still sleep-addled, and could hardly believe what the iliaq boy was telling him. His hosts had been kind. How could it be that they wanted to murder him?...
Dale Carson
10/23/02
While researching various grains and reading about them, I came across one that I always thought was a grain - quinoa, (keen-wa)...
Kari Ingersoll
10/22/02
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - A seminar entitled "Doing Business with Indian Nations" will be held Nov. 8 at the Syracuse University Law School, as part of the college's alumni weekend...
Lucinda Rowlands
10/22/02
NEW YORK - Newcomer Martha Redbone is definitely not a diva...
David Melmer
10/21/02
RAPID CITY, S.D...
John Mohawk
10/21/02
A weekend flight to the New York City area via Washington, D.C. was an eye opener. I set off alarms when I went through the metal detector...
James May
10/21/02
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - An unusual request by the Cabazon tribe has left an obscure state agency in quite a quandary...
Editors Report
10/18/02
Unexpectedly, the Oct. 12 weekend had some good news this year...
David Melmer
10/18/02
RAPID CITY, S.D. - As an unprecedented turnout of Indian voters bids fair to decide control of the U.S...
James May
10/18/02
SACRAMENTO, Calif...
Tom Wanamaker
10/18/02
ROCKY BOY, Mont. - A new credit outreach program will make it easier for Indians to secure and pay back agricultural loans...
Mark Fogarty
10/18/02
WASHINGTON - The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has just updated its guide tribes may start or acquire a national bank...

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