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Court affirms Shoshone-Bannock man's religious rights
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio prison guard of Shoshone-Bannock descent fought the law and, apparently, the law lost...
Oneida Nation of New York
Silver Covenant grants from the Nation for the second quarter of the year have been presented to seven school districts: Canastota, $29,150.55; Cazenovia, $403.03; Madison, $2,608...
Discovering Navajo land
INDIAN COUNTRY, Ariz. - Where the ancient meets the modern joined by a panorama of color, rock, water, sun and culture, the Navajo and Hopi Nations can be found...
Pueblo of Pojoaque, New Mexico
Road crews widening a highway across tribal land inadvertently destroyed up to 46 percent of a 19th century Spanish colonial settlement early this year, state officials said...
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, Nevada
Demoralized after losing nearly 500,000 fingerling Lahontan cutthroat trout to a disease outbreak, Lahontan National Fish Hatchery officials are upbeat with the arrival of 750,000 ...
After tough fight, Oglala council approves landfill
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Quinault Tribe, Washington
A house fire at the Quinault National Fish Hatchery on the Olympic Peninsula is believed to have killed a young married couple...
Gene War Bonnet, police chief-philosopher
Gene War Bonnet often jokes about hotel clerks and restaurants offering him free rooms and food. They see my name tag and they say, 'You can stay free, Mr...
Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians, Minnesota
Walleye are making a successful comeback in Upper and Lower Red lakes. Spring surveys confirmed that young walleye stocked last year survived the winter in good numbers...
FBI probe ends
RAPID CITY, S.D. - There will be no charges against anyone in the death of Robert "Boo" Many Horses...
Southern Ute Indian Tribe, Colorado
The Southern Ute Tribe celebrated spring with its annual Bear Dance, a tradition that for centuries has brought Utes together to share stories and catch up with old friends...
Top brass in Oglalas' police department shaken up - again
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Tohono O'odham Nation of Arizona
Supporters of the San Xavier Mission School have raised enough money for a much-needed expansion...
Bill will track race profiling
HURON, S.D. - Legislation to require law enforcement to track the race of everyone pulled over at traffic stops will be used to analyze racial profiling. Rep...
Shenendoah Golf Club fulfills 5-year-old promise
VERONA, N.Y. (AP) - The Oneida Indian Nation has fulfilled a 5-year-old promise to establish a four-season destination resort in the rural landscape of central New York...
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation, Oregon
The tribes are trying to restore the Columbia River Basin population of lamprey, eel-like parasites that survive by sucking the blood from salmon and other fish...
Ute Mountain Tribe, Colorado, New Mexico & Utah
For the eighth straight year, a class from Foothill Elementary in Boulder, Colo., raised money to help stabilize Indian ruins in Mesa Verde National Park and to visit...
Sixdion brings First Nations into new economy workplace
OTTAWA, Ontario - When Rob Seto, Ojibway, first handed in his resume for a job at Sixdion Inc., he recalls his "current boss looked at it and laughed." Seto's main experience had b...
Hannahville Indian Community of Wisconsin Potawatomie Indians, Michigan
Delta County Airport will receive a splash of color thanks to some help from the Hannahville Indian Community...
Found art horsemen are magnets for travelers
BROWNING, Mont. - Recycling and tradition were key points when Blackfeet artist Jay Laber created four sets of metal Indian horsemen for his tribe...
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