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Letter to the Editor
A s Indian people, we have grown up hearing stories from our elders of lost land records and fumbled royalties...
Makah, Quileute study what might come of settlement with U.S. government
An announcement Tuesday that the Obama administration has settled a long-running lawsuit with Native Americans could affect directly only those North Olympic Peninsula tribes entit...
Voice for the ‘common people’
Letter to the Editor
I am writing this letter on behalf of all the common enrolled tribal members...
Looking for more plaintiffs
Letter to the Editor
In the United States District Court for the District of Columbia filed Nov. 17, 1982, Civil Action No. 82-2725, Covelo Indian Community v...
Herseth Sandlin questions tribal land auction
U.S. Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin is questioning the Internal Revenue Service's move to auction tribal land on the Crow Creek Indian Reservation...
Kiowas give members $500
A frozen turkey and a $500 check brightened the holidays for several members of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma on Thursday, when the tribe handed out annual checks for elders...
Trimble: On being a nobody
I n 1972, not long before I went to Washington to serve as executive director of the National Congress of American Indians , I was taken up on a high hill for hanbleceya – a vision...
Amazon's 'man of the hole' attacked by unknown gunmen
believed to be ranchers - have launched an attack on the last survivor of an uncontacted Amazon tribe in a remote part of Brazil's rainforest...
Bennett wants private corporation to run Indian trust fund
Washington » Sen...
Bureau of Indian Affairs removes Kiowa Tribe from high risk status after 12 years
The federal Bureau of Indian Affairs has removed the Kiowa Tribe from high risk status after more than 12 years...
Court Nixes Samish Tribe's Suit Against U.S.
The Samish Indian Nation lost a lawsuit seeking compensation for the programs, services and benefits it claims it would have received had the tribe been recognized by the governmen...
Montana tribes work to improve sex offender registration
Indian tribes across Montana are working to improve the tracking of sex offenders on reservations...
Money donated toward trestle restoration
The Samish Indian Nation and the Puget Sound Energy foundation announced today they will donate thousands of dollars toward the rebuilding an old railroad trestle on the Tommy Thom...
San Pasqual Band Makes History with President Obama’s American Recovery & Reinvestment Act
Today the San Pasqual Casino Development Group, Inc...
Panel OKs casino extension
The extension of a key casino agreement received tentative approval from a Kenosha County Board committee Wednesday night...
Seminoles hit jackpot
Thanks to introducing blackjack table games and advanced machine games beyond bingo, Florida's Indian gaming facilities increased revenue in 2008 by 19 percent to about $1.9 billio...
Thunder Valley casino workers unionize
A substantial portion of Thunder Valley Casino's workforce is now unionized...
Revenues take a hit at Indian casinos
Revenues at Indian casinos across the country increased slightly to $26.8 billion in 2008, but the slumping economy and political roadblocks for tribes began to take a toll on the ...
American Indian Unemployment – From Bad to Worse in Recession
Already grappling with historically high rates of unemployment, American Indians, on and off reservations, are seeing even higher rates due to the country’s two-year long economic ...
107 years later
Gale Courey Toensing
VICAM, SONORA, Mexico – The remains of 12 Yaqui warriors killed in a 1902 massacre and exiled to storage in a New York museum for more than 100 years have made the journey home to ...
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