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Seized cigarettes returned to Cayugas
The cigarettes seized from the Cayuga Indian Nation in November of 2008. were returned to the nation today...
Alaska Senate race controversies continue
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
A mong the many closely scrutinized Senate races in this mid-term election cycle, Alaska continues to be in the headlines...
Special Diabetes Program for Indians show successful results
A five-year Indian Health Service demonstration project indicates that risk factors for diabetes and cardiovascular disease can be reduced among American Indians/Alaska Natives, wh...
Gaming Standards Association drives innovation at G2E 2010
LAS VEGAS – The Gaming Standards Association is driving innovation with its award-winning standards...
Judge bars mediation in tribal tax fight
An Indian tribe's cigarette tax suit against New York state will not go to mediation, a federal judge has ruled. In a ruling last week, U.S...
Logo by Logo, ND School Changes Its Brand
Duke without the Blue Devil? Notre Dame without the Fighting Irish?...
A living heritage
When J.R. Lonelodge dances in his traditional Arapaho and Cheyenne regalia, he carries the power of the buffalo and the weight of his tribes with him...
US Interior Department OKs Indian land trust buys
The U.S. Department of Interior has approved land trust acquisitions for the Puyallup and Suquamish Indian tribes in Washington state...
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
NEW YORK – Throughout Indian country, people know of Patrick Rolo’s illustrations for the Eagle Books series from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
George Blue Spruce Jr.
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
D on’t tell George Blue Spruce Jr. he can’t do something he sets his mind to – he’s already spent a lifetime proving otherwise...
Type 2 diabetes links tribal colleges with K-12 schools
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
LAS VEGAS – As rates of Type 2 diabetes continue to mushroom among American Indian/Alaska Native populations in the last decade, so has the availability of education and prevention...
Interior approves gaming developments
WASHINGTON – The Interior Department said the Navajo Nation and Cherokee Nation are eligible to host gaming activities on newly acquired trust lands...
USDA sends $37 million loan to Cheyenne River
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced a $37.9 million loan Thursday for the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Telephone Authority...
Jury finds Weleetka pastor not guilty on nine counts of lewd molestation
A jury acquitted a pastor of molesting five young church members, opting instead to convict him of domestic abuse charges...
Belgrade man, most decorated Native American in World War II reflects on service, life
A ceremonial blanket glitters with the marks of a distinguished military career. Barney Old Coyote lists them casually, but feels much more...
New CEO to ‘reinvent’ Foxwoods
Foxwoods Resort Casino’s new president is looking to add amenities and connect the casino better with local patrons. On Thursday, he showed his willingness to walk the talk...
Native Americans have a long and proud tradition of military service
On this Veterans Day, Native Americans from all parts of the country will be holding their heads up high as warriors, said members of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz’s here in Li...
Tribe to reopen Casino Omaha Dec. 15
The Omaha Indian tribe plans next month to reopen Casino Omaha, a once-prosperous western Iowa gambling operation that abruptly closed in June 2009 amid regulatory problems and dec...
Letter to the Editor
S overeignty is a much used, but foreign word for indigenous communities...
Game changer in lung cancer
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
M ore people die of lung cancer each year than colon, prostate, and breast cancer combined. Nationwide, about 160,000 Americans a year die from the disease...
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