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Cherokee Nation finally passes car tag law
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - After years of meetings and legal wrangling, members of the Cherokee Nation will be able to buy license plates from the Cherokee Nation...
River defenders support four Maine tribes at unique summit
INDIAN ISLAND, Maine - Waters from Maine's rivers mingled in a symbolic display of unity as environmentalists and tribal leaders met in a first-ever summit to protect threatened wa...
Supreme Court to hear Chickasaw and Choctaw pull-tab case
DENVER - Attorneys for the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations will be heading to Washington to argue a case involving taxation of pull-tab games before the nation's highest court...
Catawba Indian Nation of South Carolina
The nation's leaders say they will stop fighting a federal judge's order and will proceed with efforts to create a constitution and hold elections...
Kansas highway project again threatens Haskell lands
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Regents at Haskell Indian Nations University thought they had put the dispute about a proposed road project behind them...
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians of North Dakota
A Cass County water board says it may have to use condemnation proceedings against two parcels of land at the site of the proposed Maple River Dam near Enderlin...
Cherokee vs. Delaware recognition
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - In 1998 a civil lawsuit was filed by the Cherokee Nation against Bruce Babbitt, Kevin Gover and the Delaware Tribe of Indians. In Cherokee Nation vs...
Wind River Reservation of Wyoming
Al Addison Sr., chairman of the Northern Arapaho Tribe, and Ivan Posey, chairman of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe, were introduced as honored guests as Wyoming Gov...
Oneida judge says tribal court wrong venue
ONEIDA, N. Y...
Yerington Paiute Tribe of Nevada
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering listing the former Anaconda Copper Co...
United Keetoowah closes bingo hall because of dispute over status of land
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - In a move to stop a possible SWAT-type raid on its Tahlequah Bingo Hall, the United Keetoowah Band (UKB) has closed its gaming operation indefinitely...
Federal repatriation program still troubled
WASHINGTON - After two years of ongoing pressure, the Department of Interior continues to buck criticism regarding the National Park Service's management of its Native American Gra...
Maine tribes in limbo after EPA ruling
AUGUSTA, Maine - The federal government handed regulation of water-discharge permitting to state environmental authorities - with some glaring exceptions...
Taino Nation alive and strong
CARIDAD DE LOS INDIOS, Cuba - No one ever told Panchito Ramirez that his people were extinct...
Catawba Indian Nation of South Carolina
The nation's planned General Council meeting scheduled Jan. 23 was postponed...
Rosebud's Waceta drum in 54th inaugural parade
Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho
A Plummer particle board plant that shut its doors in August amid mechanical difficulties and falling prices is back in business...
Montana governor pledges to work closely with tribes
HELENA, Mont. - American Indian leaders from around the state received a warm welcome Jan. 9 from Gov. Judy Martz, who has promised to strengthen relations with Montana tribes...
Three Navajo artists share visions, change young lives
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - They call themselves the Three Amigos ... sort of. Every time anyone calls them that, they laugh...
Keweenaw Bay Indian Community of Chippewa of Michigan
They sometimes disagreed in the past, but now the community and former state Rep. Paul Tesanovich are teaming up...
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