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A Thanksgiving Address from NARF
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Thanksgiving and Hidden Heart of Evil
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Chief BIA lawman looks back
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - One quality helped Theodore Quasula through 26 years of work in BIA law enforcement - compassion. "You've got to have compassion to do the job right," he says...
Great Plains leaders flex muscle, insist that NCAI include their agenda
ST. PAUL, Minn...
Standing Rock tribe to initiate utility program
FORT YATES, N.D. - The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is taking its first step in starting its own electric utility...
Haskell students exercised voting rights
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Throughout Oklahoma and Kansas, tribal leaders estimated they'd seen some of the highest numbers ever of Native American voters in the Southern Plains...
NCAI prepares for federal government transition
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Confusion over the national election took top billing at the National Congress of American Indians 57th annual gathering...
Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho
The tribal mill in Plummer will resume grinding up grass stubble to make particleboard material after a 2 1/2 month hiatus...
Choctaw enterprise wins Defense contract
In hindsight, Seminoles say they could have made the difference
Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation of Montana
Citing a need to reduce risk of washouts, ruptures and fuel spills, the Forest Service wants Yellowstone Pipe Line Co...
Census Bureau: Native populations to double
WASHINGTON - Native populations, continuing the robust growth they've shown over the last decade, will nearly double in the next 50 years the U.S. Census Bureau projects...
Mashpees wait for recognition nearly 400 years after first Thanksgiving
MASHPEE, Mass. - Their ancestors traveled through the woods in 1623 to join a new settlement of Englishmen in a harvest feast, the nucleus of the national holiday of Thanksgiving...
Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin
The nation has accused a former chairman of the tribal corporation that ran its Madison Ramada Inn motel of taking money from the business to create a fictitious job for his son...
Sodak flexes muscles
WASHINGTON - Since 1989, Sodak Gaming Inc. has given more than $2.5 million to American Indian causes, defending Indian sovereignty and Indian gaming...
Gover bids farewell to supporters
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Kevin Gover, outgoing assistant secretary for Indian Affairs, came full circle during the 57th annual convention of the National Congress of American Indians...
Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin
An opposition-commissioned study shows the tribe's proposed casino at the Dairyland Greyhound Park in Kenosha would drain about $221 million a year from the regional economy...
Harvard's 'high honors' to eight tribes
ST. PAUL, Minn. - In a ceremony here, eight tribal government initiatives were selected to receive high honors as part of Harvard University's tribal governance awards program...
Navajo Nation of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah
The back room of Shiprock Trading Post became a soundstage for a day for a new health information show focusing on Navajo health concerns and Western and traditional ways to deal w...
Berry Creek calls for second vote
OROVILLE, Calif. - The presidential race is not the only place where an election is being disputed...
Oneida Nation of New York
For a fourth consecutive year, the nation returned federal assistance funds to the government, asking that its share be redistributed to other tribes in the state...
President signs executive order on tribal consultation
WASHINGTON - One day before the national elections, President William Jefferson Clinton signed a new executive order to establish permanent and meaningful consultation with tribes ...
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