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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...
Stop blocking vet services
Letter to the Editor
I attended the Alaska Veterinary Board meeting Oct...
Election 2010 Native Influence: ‘the Frybread Factor’
Native American voters played an important role this election season, helping some non-Indian politicians get elected in state and national elections...
Obama Failed to Connect Through Native Media in Election Season
In contests across the U.S. on Election Day 2010, races were close, some- times within the margin of Native American voters...
Student of the Week: Blue Tarpalechee
Blue Tarpalechee, 19, Muskogee Creek, from Okmulgee, Okla., is a straight-A student at the Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe., N.M...
Bolivia’s celebration of skulls
Sara Shahriari, Today correspondent
J ohan Nina and his grandfather sat under a tree outside a church in La Paz, Bolivia on a beautiful morning...
Warm Springs Man Charged in Baby Assault
A Warm Springs man was arraigned Monday in federal court on an assault charge, accused of squeezing his 5-week-old child so hard, it caused fractured ribs and a lacerated liver, pr...
Celebrating American Indian heritage in Troy
The Allen F. Pierce Free Library is looking more like a museum of Native American history than a library this month...
Little Shell family argues over ownership of rare 13-star U.S. flag
The great-great grandsons of an Ojibwa American Indian who received a 13-star flag from U.S...
Delaware Tribe elects first female chief
The Delaware Tribe, based in Bartlesville, has elected its first female chief...
New program tracks crime on Indian reservations
Police Officer Heather Tolth gestured toward a small collection of neat, modular homes while driving her SUV on a road cutting through sage-covered plains in the 27,000-square-mile...
Utes to petition Obama for return of tribal lands
Members of the Northern Ute Indian Tribe plan to petition President Barack Obama for the return of the Uncompahgre Reservation...
Tohono O'odham reservation bid disputed
The Gila River Indian Community says a decision to create a 54-acre reservation near Glendale is invalid because the acreage exceeds what a federal settlement entitled the Tohono O...
Indian warfare wasn't all about military conflicts or a test of men
In reading historical accounts of the Indian wars, it is easy to reach the conclusion that Indian conflicts in the 19th century primarily involved disagreements with white intruder...
Tribes explore renewable energy prospects
American Indian tribes in the Northern Lower Peninsula and Upper Peninsula are seeking to develop renewable energy, but a lack of money is impeding many projects, experts say...
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