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Judges Rule in Favor of SBT
What the Hell Is Wrong With ABQ Cops?
Colorful Easter Carpet Breaks Records
Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
The Trees Danced for Us
Tribes in Court Over North Dakota Land
Remembering Good Friday Disasters
Kansas City to Host Tennis Championships
Gunmen on Video Shooting at Guarani
NFL Franchise Channels Puritan Colonists
Trumpeter Swan Poachers Sentenced
Locals Learning Emergency Response
Cherokee Nation Adds Millions to Housing
CNN Reporter Explores Best Native Places
Racial Bullying Persists in NoCal
White House Honors Henry Red Cloud
USDA Offers Native Rural Business Grants
'Scalped' Comic Book Is Coming to TV
Climate Change on Prime Time Television
Watch: Jewell Deliver SIPI Commencement
Thing About Skins
U.S. Health Officials Discuss Alaska Native Health at Southcentral Foundation
Top U.S. officials visited the Southcentral Foundation (SCF) on August 31 to discuss its innovative health care system for Alaska Natives...
Cherokee Nation Crowns 2011-2012 Miss Cherokee
Sidney Kimble of Tahlequah is the new Miss Cherokee 2011-2012 ...
O.B. Osceola Jr. Becomes NASCAR's first American Indian Owner
NaplesNews.com reports that O.B...
Cherishing the Cherokee National Holiday
We're very excited about the 59th Annual Cherokee National Holiday coming up this labor day weekend in Tahlequah, Oklahoma...
Native American Language Book Named Best Read
Awesiinyensag: Dibaajimowinan Jigikinoo'amaageng , an Ojibwe young reader book was recently named Minnesota's Best Read by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress...
Cherokee Holiday Event Honors Military Service
It’s often reported that American Indians have strongly represented tribal nations in the United States military...
Bureau of Indian Affairs Wins in Land Case
Sunchokes Shine: The Native Root Vegetable Gets its Much-Deserved Field Day in the Sun
Dale Carson The sunchoke, the root vegetable of the sunflower family, grows wild in mild climates across North and South America...
NIGC Rejects Tohono O’odham Nation’s Casino Ordinance For Now
The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) rejected a casino ordinance for the Tohono O'odham Nation , because the proposed site for a gaming facility has not yet been taken into...
Operation Nanook: Flexing Canadian Muscle in the Arctic
Climate change is causing consternation in aboriginal and environmental circles alike...
Cherokee Nation's 59th Annual Inter-tribal Pow Wow
The Cherokee Nation will host the 59th Cherokee National Holiday’s intertribal pow wow on Friday and Saturday, Sept...
JOB: Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs Seeks Technology Specialist
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Native Americans in a Postmodern World
The worldview of most people in the contemporary world is still modernist...
Inuit Advocate Peter Kritaqliluk, Taken Too Soon
Nunavut was mourning a leader on August 31 as it buried longtime Inuit advocate Peter Kritaqliluk, the Nunatsiaq News reported...
Charles Coleman: Military Intelligence and Futuristic Dreams
Charles Coleman not only helped to develop intelligence technology for the Vietnam era; at the dawn of the computer age he was also assigned to dream up future technology for the a...
IHS Deems Living Conditions Unsanitary at Trailer Park on Yakama Nation
Although the Indian Health Service has found homes at a trailer park on the Yakama Nation in Toppenish, Washington to be unhealthy, residents told the The Yakima Herald-Republic th...
Cherokee Services Group Gets STARS II Contract
Cherokee Services Group (CSG), the information technology (IT) division of Cherokee Nation Businesses, the economic arm of the Cherokee Nation, has received a contract through the ...
Gun Lake, Feds Take Quiet Title Act, Standing to Supremes
Gale Courey Toensing
Cutting-Edge Science Tools Available to Alaska Native Students
The Alaska K-12 Science Curricular Initiative (AKSCI) gives the state’s teachers a free resource to bring cutting-edge research to their classrooms...
Days May be Numbered For Barrick Museum in Las Vegas
The Marjorie Barrick Museum on the campus of the University of Nevada at Las Vegas has lost all if its state funding, and has only about enough to survive until fall 2012 unless it...
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