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11/16/09
Apparently, the state of New York doesn’t get it. If this state wants to keep and attract business and residents, then here’s the solution: cut taxes and fees...
11/16/09
Pinoleville Indian Nation hosted a meeting Thursday in Ukiah to talk about its plans to build a casino on the old site of Ken Fowler motors north of Ukiah...
11/16/09
Almost half of the Rosebud Sioux tribal council flew to Washington, D.C., during the recent Tribal Nations Conference hosted by President Barack Obama, though only its chairman was...
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
11/16/09
PAWNEE, Okla. – A rising battle over water rights for Oklahoma tribes loomed at a listening conference with Assistant Secretary of the BIA Larry EchoHawk Oct...
11/16/09
Like all kids in Utah, American Indian children are required by law to attend school, but they are rarely taught about their own history, culture or customs...
Mershona Parshall, Special to Today
11/16/09
O n Oct. 18, the Shipibo-Konibo elected its first tribal council, consisting of an Apo (Chief) and four officers...
Andy Sher, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Tenn.
11/16/09
NASHVILLE (MCT) – Nearly 180 years after President Andrew Jackson forcibly began uprooting American Indians from the Southeast, a Tennessee commission that deals with Native Americ...
11/16/09
Reno-area residents would be able to water their lawns three days per week instead of two under a new long-term strategy for the area's primary water provider...
11/16/09
Western Carolina University will host exhibits and a series of presentations that explore social issues, traditions, images and values of American Indians...
11/16/09
The WSU Ku-Ah-Mah, an American Indian student group, hosted the 3rd Annual Native American Round Dance at the Gladish Community & Cultural Center Saturday night in celebration ...
Stephen Magagnini, The Sacramento Bee, Calif.
11/16/09
(MCT) – Leslie Lohse, leader of a small band of Indians in Tehama County, recently found herself speaking directly to President Barack Obama – one chief of state to another...
11/16/09
Oklahoma’s American Indian tribes have been awarded more than $135 million in federal stimulus dollars and are hastily developing projects ranging from housing construction to Head...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
11/16/09
VANCOUVER, B.C. – Six aboriginal artists were honored Oct. 15 at the third annual BC Creative Achievement Awards for Aboriginal Art...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
11/16/09
ANACORTES, Wash. – An old railroad trestle that extends over sensitive fish and shellfish habitat caught fire Oct...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
11/16/09
ANACORTES, Wash. – An orca calf has been given a traditional name by the Samish Indian Nation . On Oct...
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
11/16/09
OLYMPIA – A new state ferry will be named for Chetzemoka, the leader of the Klallam people from the mid-1850s until his death in 1888...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
11/16/09
DENVER – A controversy that began half a century ago in the tribal termination era came to rest Oct...
11/13/09
The Colville Confederated Tribes has filed suit in federal court to defend tribal hunting rights in its North Half territory...
11/13/09
The chancellor of North Dakota`s university system is meeting tomorrow with the chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe...
11/13/09
A delegation from Onion Lake Cree Nation rallied at the Legislative Building on Thursday to raise awareness about First Nations citizenship...

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