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Yurok Connect Project to Improve Public Safety on Reservation
The Yurok Tribe recently established a public safety line for its Klamath, California-based reservation through new technology from Carlson Wireless , an Arcata-based wireless comm...
Hope for Housing on Pine Ridge
Exterior shot of the cob house What started out as a project to build an affordable and sustainable new home for her father-in-law on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation has turned i...
Oh Canada! The Aboriginal Way
Aboriginals found their own way to celebrate Canada Day on July 1, be they Philippine immigrants showcasing their indigenous heritage, Inuit in Nunavut and Nunavik partying, or Fir...
Bill Could Allow Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Right to Determine Member Requirements
A bill, H.R...
Samish Nation Revives Anacortes Canoe Races
The Samish Indian Nation hosted its first war canoe races in 10 years, June 25 in Fidalgo Bay, Anacortes, Washington...
Traditional Ceremonies a Big Part of Vietnam Vet Ed McGaa’s Life
For Marine Corps fighter pilot Major Ed McGaa (Eagle Man), traditional Oglala Lakota ceremony played a large part before, during and after his eventful tour of combat in Vietnam...
Native American Language Program Gets Funded for Another Year
The Oklahoma Breath of Life — Silent No More program recently received a $90,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to hold another weeklong workshop next year...
Pacific Business Partnership Initiative Focus of Hawaiian Business Summit
The 10th Annual Native Hawaiian Convention, "Federal Contractors Business Summit," led by the nonprofit Native Hawaiian Organization Association (NHOA) on August 23 at the Hawaii C...
AFN and NCAI to Collaborate on Resource Development
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and the National Congress of the American Indian (NCAI) have vowed to work together on a comprehensive plan that puts North America’s indigenous...
$100,000 Grant to Help Students Complete Degrees
Northwest Indian College in Lummi, Washington, is one of five colleges participating in a program to help increase the percentage of low-income students completing degree programs...
Act Fast to Help ‘Winter in the Blood’ Filmmakers
Alex and Andrew Smith are still seeking funding to bring the 1974 James Welch novel Winter in the Blood to the screen...
Bay Mills' Request to Reopen Vanderbilt Casino Denied
The Bay Mills Indian Community’s second request to reopen its Vanderbilt, Michigan-based casino was denied by federal appellate judges on Wednesday, reported The Times Herald ...
Talking to Ojibwe Lacrosse Star Jeff Shattler
Jeff Shattler has already won some rather impressive hardware this year...
Governor Reaffirms Relationship with Tribal Governments
Visiting Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
The largest protected wilderness in the United States, Alaska' s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is a 19.3 million–acre expanse of roadless terrain roughly the size of South...
Skokomish Artist Peterson Wins Grant, Fellowship
Skokomish artist Pete Peterson Sr. has received an Artist Trust fellowship and a $7,500 grant. He was one of 409 applicants and one of 16 selected...
Jean Buffalo, Red Cliff Role Model, Walks On
In sickness and in health, Jean Buffalo spent her days working passionately for the betterment of the Red Cliff people, for women and for the future of everyone’s children and gran...
Canada Day Celebrated; TRC Wraps
Canada Day, formerly known as Dominion Day, is known as the nation’s birthday and marks the anniversary of the formation of the Dominion of Canada on July 1, 1868, 144 years ago...
Oneota Native American Home Discovered by University of Wisconsin Students
Photo courtesy Peter ThomsonUniversity of Wisconsin-La Crosse Archeology Field School student Christina Young takes measurements where the remains of a Native American settlement d...
American Indians Vital in Climate Change Discussions
On Sept. 13, 2007, I watched the UN General Assembly in New York vote for the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples...
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