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Wilhelm Murg
10/21/03
WAIANAE, Hawaii - Mike L...
Steven Newcomb
10/20/03
October 5, 2003 marked 190 years since the great Shawnee leader Tecumseh was killed in battle fighting American troops during the War of 1812...
Tom Wanamaker
10/20/03
On Nov. 4, the citizens of Maine will finally decide the future of a proposed Indian casino in that state...
Tom Wanamaker
10/20/03
ALBANY, N.Y. - Sheldon Silver, speaker of the New York State Assembly, recently threatened to block retroactive approval of a gaming compact with the St...
Jerry Reynolds
10/20/03
WASHINGTON - In 1987, the 200th anniversary year of the United States Constitution, a group of tribal leaders put their heads together to formulate a change in federal Indian polic...
Jerry Reynolds
10/20/03
WASHINGTON - Sen...
David Melmer
10/20/03
WASHINGTON - Three riders that would regionalize programs and give funding to the state of Alaska instead of the Alaska Villages and tribes were attached to bills by Sen...
Wilhelm Murg
10/20/03
TAHLEQUAH, Okla...
Matt Ross
10/17/03
YELLOWKNIFE, Northwest Territories - Two unsuspecting diners take only a few steps into the crowded restaurant when from behind the bar the chef blurts out, "Do you have any reserv...
Bobbie Whitehead
10/17/03
AMHERST, Va. - Thelma Branham spent several days canning snap beans, relish, jams and pickles to prepare for the Monacan Indian Fall Homecoming Festival...
Matt Ross
10/17/03
HAY RIVER DENE RESERVE, Northwest Territories - According to the kitchen of Elaine Tambour, the best way to get rid of the gamey flavor of beaver is to boil the rodent in coffee...
Robert Taylor
10/17/03
Norman, Okla. - "Of Uncommon Birth: Dakota Sons in Vietnam" is historical non-fiction by Mark St...
Dale Carson
10/17/03
I was thinking about things in general the other day, and, they are quite a bit off in this country, indeed, in this world. Cycles in life are important...
Nicole Nicosia
10/17/03
TUCSON, Ariz. - Sadie Walela is a small town bank teller in Oklahoma trying to advance her career when she breaks a rule and pays the ultimate price...
Suzan Shown Harjo
10/17/03
When bodybuilder/actor Arnold Schwarzenegger was sprinting for California's top job, he attacked Native peoples for supporting his opponents...
Editors Report
10/17/03
For the American Indian economic recovery to succeed over the next generation, Indian people must tell their story and tell it well...
Bill Weinberg
10/16/03
ARAUCA, Colombia - "When there was no petroleum, there was no war," says Dario Tulivila, a traditional Guahibo Indian leader from Colombia's bloodily conflicted department of Arauc...
Richard Walker
10/16/03
PORTLAND, Ore. - American Indian and Native Alaskan children that have been abused or neglected are finding healing, self-esteem and identity through traditional methods...
Ron Selden
10/16/03
HELENA, Mont. - State Democratic officials made history Sept. 27 when they elected the first American Indian to be vice chair of their party. Rep...

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