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Celebrating Heritage Month at Sea
‘Santa Claus Is Coming to Town’ in Diné
EPA Loses Court Battle on Pebble Mine
What Led to the Sand Creek Massacre?
Being Proactive Against Radon
Native Alaska Takes a Seat at the Table
Mills Launches Dreamstarter Program
Historical Horses; Nazis Pranked
Judge: Snyder Can Sue Over Trademarks
Video Mapping of Wildlife Migration
A Thanksgiving Address from NARF
The Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address
6 More Insights About Sand Creek
‘True History of Thanksgiving’ Stories
ACLU's Police Watch App Records Abuse
Natives Share Memories of Giving Thanks
Liberation of Our Original Nations
Hope Begins With a Meal
Christmas Trees, Native Art in Santa Fe
Winnipeg Woman Feeds Homeless
Thing About Skins
Navajo Hopi Water Rights Settlement Shot Down by Navajo Council, Approved by Hopi
The Navajo Nation shot down a settlement agreement this week that would have settled long-standing claims to water in the Little Colorado River, a tributary to the Colorado River...
Cherokee Nation Honors Three World War II Veterans
At its June meeting the Cherokee Nation bestowed the Cherokee Medal of Patriotism on three World War II veterans...
Coyote Thoughts: Tricksters Can Spoil Your Day
Dr. Beau Washington
The basic belief in evidence-based psychology is that thoughts cause feelings in most cases. Let’s say that a mountain lion came into the room where we are...
Gwich’in Gathering Set for July 23-27 in NWT
In its ongoing search for innovative approaches to issues of culture, the border, climate and international concerns, the Gwich’in Nation is summoning all to its biennial Gwich’in ...
Meet Christian Laveau, Discovered at a Pow Wow, Now the Lead Singer of Cirque du Soleil’s TOTEM
Christian Laveau keeps to his roots - both literally and culturally...
Nevaquaya Brothers 'Breaking Traditions' in New Exhibit Opening Saturday
APACHE, Oklahoma—It can be difficult for children to free themselves from the shadows of their parents, no matter what age...
Indians: Vital to Calgary Stampede for a Century
In 1912, the five Treaty 7 First Nations in southern Alberta received special permission to attend the first Calgary Stampede...
Birth of 30 Genetically Modified Babies May Lead to a 'Designer' Human Race
The recent birth of 30 genetically modified (GM) babies has sparked an ethical debate over whether fertility experiments help hopeful parents conceive or if scientists are altering...
A Historic Promise: Fort Lewis College Tuition Waiver Still Changing Lives for Better
Emery Cowan, Durango Herald Staff Writer
This is the first in a four-part series about the Native American tuition waiver at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado...
Legislation Would Provide Permanent Protection to Samish Land
ANACORTES, Washington—The blessing came as the Samish Indian Nation prepared for its annual cultural day and general meeting. At 6 a.m...
Cherokee Leads Team USA to International Federation of American Football U-19 Gold Medal Game
It may not be the Olympics, but it is a gold medal game...
Vietnam Veteran Continues to Look for Answers
Robert Primeaux hosts two radio shows about veterans on Radio KKFT 99.1FM in Garnderville-Minden, Nevada: “Sit-Rep,” which deals with veteran’s issues and “The Warrior,” co-hosted ...
First Tribal Solar Project Set to Shine
A map of the Moapa Project WASHINGTON—After years of pointing out that renewable energy is abundant in Indian country; after years of wading through a complicated federal-tribal bu...
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
This week has been chock-full of celebrations. Here at ICTMN, we can't think of a better way to end this holiday week than to enjoy a wonderful, weekend powwow!...
Albert Afraid of Hawk, One of Buffalo Bill's Rough Riders, Is Heading Home
Christine Rose, Editor for BethelPatch
For more than 100 years, Albert Afraid of Hawk has been resting in a grave between a dirt road and wooded hills in Danbury, Connecticutt's Wooster Cemetery...
RFP: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Seeks Owner's Representative Services
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The Chemehuevi Indian Tribe will be accepting bids
The Chemehuevi Indian Tribe will be accepting bids for the year ended December 31, 2012 audit...
Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina's Eldest Member Walks On
On June 28 the oldest member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina walked on. Pearl Bell Bowen was born August 19, 1908 and lived to the age of 103...
The Tonto Files: Of Poetry, Tonto, and the 24-7 Indian
The Tonto Files is an occasional series of ruminations and riffs on Tonto, a fictional sidekick from the radio days who is suddenly the world's most talked about Indian...
Pueblo of Zuni Becomes First Tribal Nation to Join the MainStreet Project
The Pueblo of Zuni became the first tribe in the nation to join the MainStreet Project —a national economic development project focused on cultural and historical preservation...
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