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Reservation enjoys benefits of beautification program
WINNEBAGO, Neb. - It used to be that travelers couldn't drive through Winnebago fast enough. Now the tribe is inviting visitors to stop and smell the roses...
May I Suggest ? 'Great Chiefs Volume I and II' by Tony Hollihan
Great Chiefs Volume I and II chronicle the lives of the legendary chiefs who led their tribes through the westward expansion of white settlers in North America...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Double-speak, dual worlds, cooking for two perspectives and trying to be good at it all is a daunting task...
Rod Rondeaux: From cowboy to stunt man
HOLLYWOOD - After 30 odd years Rod Rondeaux has called it quits as a cowboy. His final rodeo was in Fort McDowell, Ariz...
May I Suggest ... 'Glen Bonhamn' by Glen Bonham
ATOKA, Okla. - Growing up in this rural community in south central Oklahoma, Glen "White Cloud" Bonham found himself immersed in two very different cultures...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
A lot of people think that the American turkey should be the winged symbol of the country rather than the bald eagle which is a predator...
Morongo Thanksgiving for fire victims
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. - Thanksgiving is traditionally held on the fourth Thursday in November, but the Morongo tribe has been marking the occasion all month...
Financial incentives for Winnebago homebuyers
Mohawk: Thanksgiving serves up some 'old time religion'
Thanksgiving is the only holiday celebrated in the United States which was inspired by and is a descendant of a celebration practiced for untold centuries by America's first people...
California gaming regulation talks begin
Abuse uncovered at St. Joseph's Indian school
CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. - Sexual abuse by a priest some 30 years ago has come to light at St. Joseph's Indian School...
Nabhan: Make your Thanksgiving dinner a celebration of American Indian foods
Up until the last few years, if you were to try to replicate an original American Indian meal served at the time of the first Thanksgiving, you would have immediately run into near...
School district raises Haudenosaunee flag
LAFAYETTE, N.Y. - At a Nov...
From beads to banner
The flag of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy is based upon the Hiawatha Wampum Belt, which portrays the five original nations in the order that their original homelands stretched acro...
Forbes: The Jewish bible and the appropriation of another's religion
Christians have attempted to lay claim to the Hebrew Bible much as modern-day "New Age" people lay claim to Native American ceremonies and other practices...
Washington in brief, Anderson hold lifted
Anderson hold lifted WASHINGTON - The anonymous hold that had been placed on a Senate vote that would confirm Dave Anderson as head of the BIA has been lifted, according to an Asso...
'Under new management' in Wisconsin
The news is a couple of weeks old but we still catch up with awe at the happenings in Crandon, Wis., where two tribes long engaged in environmental struggles against mining concern...
A changing of the guard for Fort Belknap Community Newspaper
FORT BELKNAP, Mont. - Jessie James Hawley can laugh now about the two times she got fired as the managing editor and only staff reporter for her tribe's newspaper...
Haida remains returning home
CHICAGO - After a year of negotiations and cultural exchanges, representatives from a Pacific Northwest tribe were finally able to take the remains of their ancestors home...
Jack Gladstone has his eye on the prize
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