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Housing official faces sentencing
SEATTLE - A former Tulalip housing chairman will be sentenced Feb. 5 in federal court for embezzling more than $23,000 from the Tulalip Housing Authority...
Hopi Fine Arts celebrates life on the mesas
SECOND MESA, Ariz. - If there was ever a business enterprise that's an homage to the heart, it's Alph Secakuku's Hopi Fine Arts...
Good news from the IRS
WASHINGTON - As the time for preparing federal taxes begins, the Internal Revenue Service is ready to take, but it also wants to give back - a little...
Assembly of First Nations seeks public input
TORONTO - The relevancy of Canada's Assembly of First Nations (AFN) rests on one basic concept, according to an Ontario Chief...
Will the Indian dream of the land endure?
Oneida case heard at Supreme Court Once again last week, a major case before the U.S. Supreme Court, City of Sherrill, New York v...
Washington in brief
POMBO RETURNS TO THE HELM OF HOUSE RESOURCES Republican leadership in the House of Representatives has returned Richard Pombo to the chairmanship of the Committee on Resources, the...
Viejas Band buys 100 percent of Borrego Springs
LA MESA, Calif. - The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians is buying out its minority stockholders and now will own 100 percent of Borrego Springs Bank, NA...
Tsunami and other natural disasters have lessons to teach
John C. Mohawk
The Tsunami that struck Dec. 26, 2004 was one of those events that mark an era...
Tribes raise money for tsunami disaster relief
Tribes cool tensions with state over video lottery terminals
Tribes can improve image by investing in Indian country
Indian Gaming tribes and Indian country in general have taken a beating in the mainstream press over the last couple of years...
Taxation examined by Supreme Court
Oneidas make strong arguments with far-reaching implications WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court heard final arguments Jan...
Sherrill hearing fails to answer why Supreme Court took case
WASHINGTON - After watching an hour of give and take with the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, close observers of the City of Sherrill, New York v...
Senator skeptical about budget
WASHINGTON - South Dakota Democratic Senator Tim Johnson said he is skeptical about any real changes in funding for Indian country in the president's 2006 budget...
Norwich project spotlights tribal, city and state cooperation
It may have gone largely unnoticed outside southeastern Connecticut, but the recent opening of an $18 million office building in downtown Norwich spotlighted what can happen with a...
COLUMNIST During the depths of winter, like now, dinners need to be filling and nutritious. I am fond of one-dish meals that cover all the bases...
Mom and pop fishing supply business left languishing
Mashantucket Pequot swearing in witnesses female gains on council
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. - Shifting the spotlight to community life and away from the ever-looming casino, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation swore in a new tribal council Jan...
Harvard study shows dramatic gains
Gaming just part of self-rule revival CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Basically, sovereignty works...
Designer offers runway exposure to First Nations girls
TORONTO - Beneath the shadow of the world's largest television, six models from an Albertan fashion company received their proverbial 15 minutes of fame...
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