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SAN DIEGO - During last year's Proposition 1A campaign, many of the initiative's backers kept saying gaming was only a necessary tool for starting a more diversified tribal economy...
Defending Alaskan Native ways and ANWR
Rebecca L Adamson
The shouting is over for now, but the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is still in danger...
Richard V. La Course (1938-2001), Indian journalist
Suzan Shown Harjo
Richard V. La Course, Yakama and Umatilla, was the gold standard for Indian journalists for more than 30 years...
Community gathering place burns
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - A fire the afternoon of March 5 shut down Big Bats, a local gathering spot for locals and travelers alike. But it's only temporary...
Cartoon Network Already she's building a portfolio
WALTHILL, Neb. - What began as doodles in the classroom and a hobby is becoming a career aspiration for a Walthill freshman...
World-class Native American Cultural Center planned
OKLAHOMA CITY - Plans are well under way for a Native American cultural center in Oklahoma City...
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation, Oregon
The Eugene Water & Electric Board has approved construction of a huge natural gas-fired power plant on Umatilla land in northeastern Oregon...
Hastings Shade keeps the Cherokee culture alive
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - Hastings Shade is more than deputy principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, he is the living embodiment of the Cherokee culture...
Crow Tribe of Montana
State and Bureau of Land Management officials have signed documents completing an exchange of state lands within the Crow Reservation for equivalent tracts elsewhere...
Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana
The tribe challenged accuracy of a study of its casino economic impact on Allen Parish governments and agencies...
Douglas Indian Association of Alaska
A new election may be needed to establish which of two rival factions is in charge. Officials at the BIA say they support another vote...
Oneida Indian Nation of New York
Keller George has been named to the board of directors of the First American Education Project which gained attention last year encouraging American Indian voter registration and e...
New land acquisition regulations raise questions
WASHINGTON - New regulations which enable tribes to acquire lands once lost to them is sparking some debate between tribes about how far they actually go in addressing tribal conce...
Shoshone Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation of Idaho
An escaped killer from the Snake River Correctional Institution in eastern Oregon, Lee John Knoch, 23, was arrested March 1 by the Tribal Police Department near Pocatello after a c...
Preliminary estimates peg Nisqually quake damage at $1.5 million
SEATTLE - The Nisqually tribe sustained severe damage to tribal buildings during the late February 6.8 Northwest earthquake...
Santa Rosa Indian Community of the Santa Rosa Rancheria in California
The San Joaquin Yokut tribe is establishing a new tribal court system and setting up its own police force...
No coal train across the plains
RAPID CITY, S.D...
Navajo partnership reaching 50th mortgage
ST. MICHAELS, Ariz...
Southern Ute Tribe of Colorado
Colorado reached an agreement with the tribe that will allow the state to suspend the driver's licenses of tribal members caught drinking and driving on the reservation...
Investigation continues into Cheyenne River program
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. - No decision has been made on the status of a family violence prevention program on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation...
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