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Beyond the Olympic Games
SALT LAKE CITY ?...
National Geographic names scholarship winners
WASHINGTON, D.C. ? The National Geographic Society has named Amelia Johnson, 21, of Owyhee, Nev...
HUD housing on Blackfeet reservation shows health hazards
BROWNING, Mont. ?...
California anti-mascot bill clears first hurdle
SACRAMENTO, Calif. ?...
Elders defend secrets of sacred sites
BOZEMAN, Mont. ?...
AIHEC Spring conference shows vitality
Laura M Dellinger
RAPID CITY, S.D. ? Tribal colleges are growing...
Numbers show the real picture
Along with the rapid expansion of Indian gaming across the U.S...
Penobscot leader gives historic speech to Maine State Legislature
Barry L Dana
To all who are present here today and to those who may listen on the radio or TV, I ask that your ears hear my words so that you will know what I have said...
Passamaquoddy leader gives historic speech to Maine State Legislature
Good Morning, I bring greetings from Sipayik. I had two choices this morning, my war club or my peace pipe, but I am here to make peace. Thank you for inviting me here today...
Collaboration, negotiation achieve historic water rights settlement
An historic flood and human error created the problem and decades of uncertainty compounded it...
The Wall Street Journal's fiction
In an April 4 editorial "Indian Casinos Today," the Wall Street Journal replied to our recent criticism of its previous editorial "Big Chief Pataki." It arrived at our press time a...
D.C. weekly website review: Indian Law Resource Center
WASHINGTON, D.C.?The Indian Law Resource Center, with offices in Washington and Helena, Mont., has a website found at www.indianlaw.org ...
Lawsuits, bills, authors and in-fighting
Legislation and a lawsuit are the headline-making gaming issues in Indian country this week...
Middle East conflict calls out for insightful U.S. leadership
Six months after the 9-11 attacks that began to define an American War against terrorism, the oldest of tribal conflicts ? Palestinian versus Israeli ?...
Klamath talks begin
CHILOQUIN, Ore. ?...
Yankton and Santee Tribes closer to land-loss compensation
WASHINGTON, D.C. ?...
The Shoshone buy out case
(Commentary by Larry Piffero and Nancy Stewart, Guest Columnists.) Eleven Western Shoshone representatives appeared in Washington, D.C...
Washington home to ?rats?, literally
WASHINGTON ? Washington is the last place people in Indian country would think there would be a problem with wildlife...
Bishop Paiutes will construct building for lease-back to federal agencies
BISHOP, Calif. ?...
Hoop madness, Indian style
HELENA, Mont. ? Indian Country doesn't need the NCAA to go mad about basketball...
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