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Rebranding an Already Stellar Resort
Redskins Name Change
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Progress Made on Northwest Fires
10 Quotes About the Redskins
Healing Walk Video Goes Viral
Construction Underway at Sequoyah
Obama Acting White Erases Native Concern
Woods to Headline NB3F Challenge
GAO Report on Indian Gaming Coming: 2015
Choctaw Firefighters Return Home
Just Say No to Ted Nugent's Ugliness
The Two Presidents I Have Met
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Long Overdue Land Rights Received
Veazie Dam Gone, Party Begins With Race
New Veterans Cemetery in Pine Ridge
Thing About Skins
Red Lake Homeless Shelter Hosts National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day
Mishkwaa-ga-mii-wii-zaaga’iganiing Giiwishiiwigamig, or the Red Lake Homeless Shelter in Red Lake, Minnesota, held a Memorial Feast and Fire on December 20, 2011 to honor the homel...
Keith Little, Navajo Code Talker Walks On
The history of the Navajo Code Talkers will forever be remembered, but on January 3, the famous group lost another member from its ranks as Keith Little, died at Fort Defiance hosp...
Learn How to Start a Genealogy Project
The Jackson County Genealogy Library will host a class on the basics of putting together a family tree from scratch on Saturday, January 14 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m...
Oh How the Republican Race Has Changed After Iowa Caucus
In the weeks leading up to the Iowa Caucus, the unofficial start to the 2012 campaign season, the race appeared to be between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Newt Gin...
Perris Library Offers Genealogy Classes
The Perris Library, at 163 E. San Jacinto Ave., in Perris, California, is offering three genealogy classes this month. The free classes all begin at 1 p.m...
Shinnecock Medicine Man Files Lawsuit Against IRS
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a $329,000 tax lien against a Shinnecock medicine man, reported the Daily News ...
Stay Tuned: 10 Big Aboriginal Stories for 2012
Canada's aboriginals face a multitude of issues in 2012, as always. Some of these have been grabbing headlines for quite some time, others more recently...
Paraguay Returns Land to Indigenous Peoples of Northern Chaco
Closing out 2011 the Government of Paraguay made an emphasis on improving the living conditions of Indigenous Peoples that began in August and progressed with the return of 2,470 a...
Environmental Education Outreach Program Searching for Host Sites
The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals - Environmental Education Outreach Program at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona is seeking air quality and clim...
Chemical Used as Weapon in Vietnam War May Be 'Carpet Bombed' on U.S. Crop Fields
Dow AgroScience , an Indianapolis, Indiana-based subsidiary of the multinational corporation The Dow Chemical Company in Midland, Michigan, is petitioning the Unites States governm...
Squaxin Island Prepares to Host 2012 Canoe Journey
The Squaxin Island Tribe has chosen “Teachings of Our Ancestors” as the theme of the 24th annual Canoe Journey in summer 2012...
2011 Retrospective: October
Ellsbury Makes a Major Comeback Jacoby Ellsbury, the first Major League Baseball player of Navajo descent and a member of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, was named the American L...
Before the Iowa Caucuses: Romney Leads, Paul Surges, Gingrich Plummets
Gale Courey Toensing
More than 100,000 Iowa residents are expected to gather in their communities tonight to participate in the first caucuses in the nation to begin the process of picking a Republican...
10th Circuit Court Says Offender Registration Is Required
Congress has the authority to require federal sex offenders to re-register in the state where they live, work, or study whether or not they travel inter-state, a federal appeals co...
Eagle Possession Questions Remain
As federal agencies ponder the shortcomings of current eagle policies, tribal members wonder whether more Natives will be able to apply for feathers or parts, whether several-year ...
Quapaw Tribe Member Named Oklahoma Veteran of the Year
She was the first Native American female to graduate from the Army Rotary Wing (Helicopter) School at Fort Rucker, Alabama and the first female helicopter pilot for the Oklahoma Ar...
Quadrantids’ Fiery Journey: First Sky Show of 2012, Overnight Jan. 3-4
A centuries-long journey will end tonight for hundreds of comet fragments as they smash into Earth's atmosphere at 90,000 miles per hour, burning up 50 miles above Mother Earth's s...
Family History in the Civil War Era
On January 9, Tim Phipps will present "Family History in the Civil War Era" at the Vigo County Public Library, 1 Library Square, in Terre Haute, Indiana from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m...
Choctaw Nation to Host the Madness in March Basketball Tournament Again
It's year two for the Choctaw Nation in Durant, Oklahoma, to welcome American Indian family, friends, and basketball fans for the "4 For the Love of the Game" Madness in March All-...
Welcome to Haida High
Katie Hyslop, TheTyee.ca
[Editor's note: Young Canadians of First Nations , Metis , or Inuit heritage face the bleakest outlook for employment, addiction and the risk of incarceration of any demographic in...
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