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LET THE GAMES BEGIN; NIGC reports another double-digit revenue jump for Indian gaming; Schwarzenegger 'rips off' California localities
Indian gaming reaped $19.4 billion in revenue in 2004...
Nationwide security network launched
WASHINGTON - In a time of rising industry revenues and criminal hijinks, Indian gaming tribes have upped the ante on casino cheats and cons...
Market draws quality artists
GREAT FALLS, Mont...
STORYTELLER; THE GIFT
It seems all through my travels, out of all the stories I have told, no matter if I am in the East or Midwest or home in the Northwest, I am always asked if I have any stories abou...
Haida mourning ceremony ends
HAIDA GWAII, British Columbia - Feasting, dancing, gift-giving and solemn ceremonies marked the June 21 end of a mourning ceremony designed to bring repose to the spirits of 466 re...
Fire and firewater in Native America
Scott Richard Lyons
There is a mental health crisis in Indian country, and its casualties are the young...
Study begins on Kennewick Man
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A team of scientists began tests on the skeletal remains known as Kennewick Man on July 6...
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Puyallup to track fish with radio transmitters
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The Puyallup tribe is trying to unravel the mystery behind a federally listed threatened species...
Can you hear me now? NAACP supports sovereignty
Gale Courey Toensing
WATERBURY, Conn. - The country's oldest civil rights organization has voiced its support for the state's two American Indian tribes that are seeking federal acknowledgement...
House committee hears New York claims
WASHINGTON - The House Committee on Resources boldly stepped into one of the densest legal thickets in Indian country with an oversight hearing on New York land claims July 14...
Ahousaht fight back with fun
AHOUSAHT, British Columbia - The remote community of Ahousaht is trying to combat a recent spate of social problems by bringing fun back to their small island village...
Montreal festival celebrates First Nations
MONTREAL - Offering everything from films and dance troupes to artists, concerts, lectures and reading, this year's First Peoples' Festival marked its 15th anniversary with bright ...
Rove violation only one flame in conflagration
If Deep Throat had ultimate justice (and perhaps some retribution) in mind when he led the trail of Watergate to Nixon, the intent of Karl Rove, the alleged Shallow Lips of Plamega...
Graduation feathers should be held high
No doubt many American Indian students graduating from high school and college this year wore their tribal colors or other symbols of their Native heritage without challenge as the...
Gaming tribes promote health awareness on reservations
WASHINGTON - The National Indian Gaming Association is raising awareness about gaming tribes' efforts to promote health and wellness among Indian people across the country...
Hopis, Navajo look to future without Mohave
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - The Mohave Generating Station from which both the Hopi Tribe and Navajo Nation derive significant income - may be in serious trouble...
Crossing the line: Invading sacred space
Carole Anne Heart
It is the belief of the Lakota that parents do not choose the child, but the child chooses the parents. This belief has strong roots in the spiritual realm of Lakota life...
Bittersweet experiences foster cultural renaissance
NEW YORK - Stereotypes of Indians as hunters on the Plains and in the forests don't leave room for those who dwell in cities and suburbs, but far more American Indians live in urba...
Off-rez majority works to strengthen position
PORTLAND, Ore. - It might not be cool, but it's a reality...
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