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Wes Studi: Worst. Babysitter. Ever.
$5 Million to Research Tribal Health
Team Haudenosaunee U16 Wins Gold
SCIA Hearing: Gaming's Next 25 Years
NCAI to Lead Native American Task Force
NIGC Reports Growth in 2013 Gaming Rev.
Mark Macarro Elected to Tenth Term
Washington Wildfires Create Moonscape
Obesity: Small Changes, Big Differences
Teachers Fock to Gold Rush Sites
Buffy Sainte-Marie Wisdom in '70s Poster
Tribal Police Welcome New Graduates
5 Things Educators Should Know
Lacrosse Camp Celebrates 5th Lax Camp
'Rhymes for Young Ghouls' Inks U.S. Deal
Satellite Voting Proposed for Red Lake
There'd Be No US Without Native Warriors
He's the Defender, Here to Rescue You
Explosive Industrial Fire in Williston
USDA Awards Grants to Native Communities
Thing About Skins
Indian CDFIs Are Booming
SANDIA RESERVATION, New Mexico— American Indian community development financial institutions (CDFIs) are booming, with 70 Native CDFIs now certified by the Treasury Department, 14 ...
Why Do so Many Tribes Operate Casinos?
Presently, out of 566 Federally recognized tribes in the U.S, 233 tribes operate 420 casinos in 28 states...
Navajo Student Crosses the Finish Line
A Native American student was the first in her category to cross the finish line at the First Annual Sparky’s Twilight 5K Dash held October 23 on Arizona State University’s west ca...
The 2012 Jim Thorpe Native American Games Will Honor a Legend
Mark your calendars. In ink. The Jim Thorpe Association will stage the 2012 Jim Thorpe Native American Games in Oklahoma City June 10-17, 2012...
Economy Rising: Aboriginals Celebrate Growing Business Clout
Businesses run by First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples are poised to become a major foundation of Canada’s economy, with the youngest citizens emerging as the potential saviors o...
An Iwo Jima Story You May Not Have Heard
The name is widely recognized. There are books, movies and even songs, including Johnny Cash’s hit, “The Ballad of Ira Hayes.” His image, as one of six U.S...
Medal of Honor Upgrades Are Rare – And Should Be Rare
Ed Hooper, History News Service
American Indian Marine Was Part of Iwo Jima, But Kept Out of Spotlight
The stirring photograph of the U.S. flag being raised at Iwo Jima by U.S. Marines is one of the most reproduced images of all time...
Manito Ahbee Festival Crowns Princess
The Manito Ahbee Festival crowned Torry Marie Eagle Speaker as the Miss Manito Ahbee Travelling Princess for 2011–12 on Saturday at the event's International Competition Pow Wow...
Biggest Quake in Oklahoma History Rattles Indian Country
Residents of Indian country were rattled over the weekend by at least 10 earthquakes in Oklahoma, including the largest in the state's history, a temblor early Sunday that measured...
Lakota Berenstain Bears 'A Week at Grandma's'
Every week ICTMN is posting a different episode of the Lakota language version of Berenstain Bears , or Mat?ó Waú?šila Thiwáhe—The Compassionate Bear Family...
Physician Recommends New Diabetes Prevention Paradigm for Expectant Mothers
Ann Bullock, MD Dr. Ann Bullock, a member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe , is an energetic and ambitious physician...
The Yavapai Prescott Tribe Offers Luxurious Getaway in Northern Arizona
The city of Prescott, Arizona, has a lot of good things going for it, and the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe owns a big part of that positive action...
Notah Begay Challenges Native Youth to Improve Their Health and Their Generation
Notah Begay III was not content with simply winning PGA Tour events (four of them, to be exact)...
Saturday Night Videos: Comedy by JR Redwater, Ryan McMahon, Dallas Goldtooth, and Tito Ybarra
Here are a few videos by some of our favorite young Native comedians. Who do you nominate for World's Funniest Indian?...
Earthquake Shakes Oklahoma
While there are no reports yet of damage to Indian country, a 4.7-magnitude earthquake —the third-largest in Oklahoma history—shook an area near Oklahoma City...
Andy Rooney, Who Once Sparked Controversy in Indian Country, Dies at 92
Andy Rooney, resident curmudgeon from iconic CBS newsmagazine 60 Minutes , has died at age 92...
Woksape Oyate Project Enhances Tribal Colleges
When one phrase can be offensive, find another, more acceptable one...
NCAI Elects Officials at Annual Convention
PORTLAND, Ore. – The homelands of the Salmon, Cedar, and Canoe Nations hosted tribal leaders from throughout the U.S...
Navajo Nation Puts Block Grants Toward Seven Infrastructure Projects
Waterline projects are quite possibly, the most needed projects for chapters when it comes to infrastructure development...
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