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Makah Indian Tribe, Washington
Tribal members butchered a gray whale found on a beach in Olympic National Park...
Cowlitz recognition upheld over Quinault objections
PORTLAND, Ore. - A Department of Interior appeals board has ruled against a Quinault Nation challenge of federal recognition of the Cowlitz tribe...
Navajo Nation of Arizona, New Mexico & Utah
Three Aztec, N.M., residents have pleaded guilty to excavating, damaging and removing artifacts from an archaeological site in northwestern New Mexico...
American Indian holiday proposed
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. House of Representatives passed by unanimous consent a resolution to recognize American Indian day as a holiday. Rep...
Sac & Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa
Funds for police protection at the Meskwaki reservation were cut by the Legislature, jeopardizing law enforcement coverage, Tama County Sheriff Dennis Kucera said...
Values promoted by community spirit
Lori Lea Pourier
It's been exactly one year since Jason and LaDonna Denny joined the First People's Fund circle of artists and started down a path that would change their perspective about the aest...
Tribes descend on Washington
WASHINGTON - Education and advocacy on a number of issues were the focus of a two-day legislative conference sponsored by the National Indian Gaming Association and the National Co...
Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Michigan
The tribe is providing $42,000 in grants for agencies and projects in Alger County...
Skydancer.tv to take Native American image to TV and movies
Tribal leaders say still short of meeting needs
WASHINGTON - The House of Representatives Interior Appropriations Committee recently passed the Interior funding measure for FY 2002 with funding for the BIA and the Indian Health ...
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation of Idaho
Tribal members are being circumspect about the recent suspensions of Fort Hall Police Chief Vernon Alvarez and Tribal Court Administrator Christina Broncho...
Homeownership Program for NM Pueblo
PUEBLO OF ISLETA, N.M...
St. Regis Band of Mohawk Indians of New York
The tribe, the Department of Environmental Conservation, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Canadian government are monitoring dredging in a $47 million Superfund cleanup ...
Tulalip Tribes, Washington
More than 500 people gathered in a longhouse the June 16 weekend to dance, pray and wait for Big Chief King Salmon...
Will compact ban dilute influence?
HURON, S.D. - All but one South Dakota tribe has signed gaming compacts that prohibit tribes from making political contributions...
White Earth Band of Minnesota Chippewa
Roderick Bernard HighElk, 57, of White Earth, former director of the Tribal Employment Rights Office, was charged with 15 felony counts and one misdemeanor count of embezzlement an...
Another tribal tax bites the dust
BILLINGS, Mont. - This has been the month tribal tax issues were squelched in the federal court system. U.S...
Former Charlo woman won't back down
HELENA, Mont. - A former Charlo-area woman who unlawfully killed a deer on the Flathead reservation is reviving her appeal before the Montana Supreme Court...
Blackfeet Tribe, Montana
A Browning woman entered a guilty plea in U.S. District Court June 12 to charges of selling marijuana in Blackfeet reservation public housing...
Frazier sentenced to life, again
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