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Pueblo of Acoma, New Mexico
Legislation to begin addressing a decades-old mineral rights claim by pueblo was passed by the House Nov. 28 and goes to the Senate. It directs the U.S...
Pipe carriers lead ceremonies to quiet spirits at Ground Zero
NEW YORK CITY ?...
Pueblo of Sandia, New Mexico
A private airport on Albuquerque's north edge is going out of business after 40 years. Coronado Airport's owner, the pueblo, was shutting it down Nov...
Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, Isabella Reservation
Carolyn Louis Akiyama has been ordered to stand trial on two felony perjury charges...
Lenape win state support to help preserve ancient site
TRENTON, N.J. ?...
Si Tanka/Huron University cuts staff
HURON, S.D. ?...
Blackfeet Tribe of Montana
A federal jury has acquitted a former Blackfeet Indian Housing Authority official of felony theft from a tribal organization, convicting him instead on misdemeanor theft charges...
Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, California
A federal grand jury indicted the brother of the band's chief executive officer Nov. 30 for allegedly embezzling more than $500,000 from the Coachella Valley tribe...
Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, Wisconsin
A 30-year dispute over use of a road ended in amicable agreement between the tribe, the Town of Lac du Flambeau and four property owners...
Arizona House targets state Indian commission
PHOENIX, Ariz. ? Arizona tribes received a jolt from the state House of Representatives, which voted to eliminate a key governmental committee on American Indian affairs...
Lakota woman beats IHS in court
RAPID CITY, S.D. ? The Indian Health Service Unit on the Pine Ridge Reservation was found medically negligent by a federal judge. U.S...
Indian Affairs Approves Crow Constitution
Carrie Moran Mc Cleary
CROW AGENCY, Mont. ? Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Neil McCaleb has signed off on a new constitution the Crow Tribe accepted in September...
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe calls for input into trust reforms
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. ?...
Cherokee contest puts Phoenix legend in modern context
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. ? Looking to the past for strength during today's troubled times is the idea behind a writing contest being sponsored by the Cherokee Nation...
Going home, improving communities
According to various sources, Indian people in greater numbers are returning to their reservations and communities of origin...
Sioux Code Talkers to be honored
HURON, S.D. ? Two South Dakotans are sponsoring legislation to recognize efforts of the Sioux Code Talkers...
Grass-roots leaders share visions
ITHACA, N.Y. ? Leaders from across Indian country gathered at Cornell University to leave advice for their descendants in the new millennium...
Today's fear of flying favors tribal casinos
UNCASVILLE, Conn. ? The aftermath of the Sept...
Childhood memories rich, failed birthday cake and all
Rachel A Qitsualik
Ever ask a child what they remember most about their birthday? Chances are they'll answer with something seemingly unrelated...
Reno-Sparks fights kitty litter mine
CHICAGO, Ill. ? Representatives of the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony paid a surprise visit to a recent meeting of Oil-Dri Corp. shareholders meeting in Chicago...
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