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Richard Walker
11/22/06
KENT, Wash. – Claudia Kauffman, Nez Perce, made Washington state history Nov. 7. Kauffman, 47, became the first American Indian woman elected to the Washington state Senate...
Jerry Reynolds
11/22/06
WASHINGTON – The National Congress of American Indians has named the establishment of a standing Committee on Indian Affairs in the House of Representatives as the top priority of ...
Jerry Reynolds
11/22/06
<b>Part two</b> WASHINGTON – Patricia Zell has a deep feeling for the Democratic congressional members and staff ushered into majority power by the voters on Nov. 7...
Brian Daffron
11/22/06
ANADARKO, Okla...
Editors Report
11/15/06
To paraphrase political comic Jon Stewart, host of cable television’s “The Daily Show,” we at Indian Country Today are experiencing an odd feeling known as – and forgive us if we m...
Rick Kearns
11/15/06
The indigenous roots of Colombia are coming into focus, as it is yet another Latin American nation learning about its true history: the founding mothers of Colombia were indigenous...
Gabriel Galanda
11/15/06
Part two Editors’ note: Indian Country Today presents a three-part series that provides practical tips for Indian decision-makers to ensure that the insurance they purchase not onl...
Editors Report
11/15/06
Dangerous doors flew open when a recent federal court decision sharply limited the National Indian Gaming Commission’s regulatory powers...
Kate Spilde Contreras
11/15/06
On Oct...
Richard Walker
11/15/06
SEATTLE – Lisa Atkinson, Cherokee/Osage, a private-practice attorney representing tribes and tribal entities on litigation and business matters, has been elected president of the N...
Gale Courey Toensing
11/15/06
BRADLEY, Mich...
Staff reports
11/15/06
MAYETTA, Kan. ñ The grand opening of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Health Center was held Oct. 18 with a dedication ceremony followed by tours of the facility...
David Melmer
11/15/06
PRUDHOE BAY, Alaska ñ An Inupiat family may be the first family ever to file suit against the federal government for allegedly mismanaging a lease agreement with an oil company...
Editors Report
11/15/06
Dangerous doors flew open when a recent federal court decision sharply limited the National Indian Gaming Commissionís regulatory powers...
Editors Report
11/15/06
To paraphrase political comic Jon Stewart, host of cable televisionís ìThe Daily Show,î we at Indian Country Today are experiencing an odd feeling known as ñ and forgive us if we m...
Jack McNeel
11/15/06
PASCO, Wash. – Columbia Basin College will have a distinctly Native look to its women’s basketball team this season, with four American Indian athletes on the team...
Jack McNeel
11/15/06
PABLO, Mont. – Salish Kootenai College on Montana’s Flathead Reservation is beginning to build a basketball dynasty among Native colleges...
Staff reports
11/15/06
MAYETTA, Kan. – The grand opening of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Health Center was held Oct. 18 with a dedication ceremony followed by tours of the facility...
Staff reports
11/15/06
WASHINGTON – Stephanie Dobbins, Cherokee, and Tyson Suzuki, Blackfeet, are two of 15 students nationwide selected to the Youth Activism Council of the American Legacy Foundation, t...

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