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02/12/09 - Judge rules tribal election results valid
The Chippewa Cree Tribe's elections will move forward after an appellate court judge dismissed a tribal court judge's ruling that voided the results of the tribe's October primary ...
02/12/09 - Despite economic downturn, casinos still draw crowds
Even during the middle of the week, the slot machines at the North Star Mohican Casino are busy. "People still want entertainment...
Main EchoHawk detractors change minds
WASHINGTON – The tide has at least partially turned for Larry EchoHawk...
Being present for the story
Letter to the Editor
Nearly a decade after it was written here that a relevant Native journalism, among other things, should champion the protection and enhancement of American Indian rights in nationa...
Cruz: Mayan voices of the past still heard today
They can cut down our branches, but they will never tear out our roots,” was the powerful cry our ancestors gave, as a wail of emotions vigorously invaded their souls...
Native artists featured at North Coast Gallery
MCKINNLEYVILLE, Calif. – The North Coast Gallery will feature recent paintings and prints of local Native artists Lyn Risling and Julian Lang throughout February...
American Indian films at forefront of pre-Oscar week
American Indian Day in New Mexico
SANTA FE – It’s American Indian Day at the New Mexico State Legislature; a day filled with distinguished speakers like Lt...
Red Nation Film Festival announces Native film awards
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – “Frozen River,” Marlon Brando, Gov. Bill Richardson, and President Barack Obama head the list of award winners recently announced by Red Nation Film Festival...
02/11/09 - EPA nearing decision on tribes' refinery
A final environmental document for an oil refinery on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation - the country's first new oil refinery more than 30 years - will be released by June.
02/11/09 - Snoqualmie Valley Hospital hopes for new home soon
Charles Peterson is learning to walk again...
02/11/09 - Tribes ready for a new relationship
Indians in the Pacific Northwest feel a new era of respect and collaboration is here, and we’re ready to get to work with the new administration...
02/11/09 - Design firms and contractors learn to respect tribal culture
Since founding its Hospitality and Entertainment Group in 1990, Minneapolis-based Walsh Bishop has completed 70 casino projects for dozens of Native American clients.
Briggs: Codifying a Native worldview
T erry Cross, the executive director of the National Indian Child Welfare Association, came to the field of social work in the radical 1970s when a Vine Deloria-brand of Indian con...
02/11/09 - Osage Nation asks federal judge to reconsider
The Osage Nation has asked a federal judge to reconsider his recent ruling against the tribe in a case seeking exemption from Oklahoma income taxes for tribal members who live and ...
02/11/09 - Saginaw Chippewa Tribe about much more than just a casino, panelists say
Sarah Burling has a new understanding of what it means to be a Native American after attending a panel discussion on Monday...
Green energy may provide an economic boost to the Navajo Nation
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz...
02/11/09 - Appeals court acquits man because he isn't Indian
A federal appeals court Tuesday reversed the conviction of a Montana man imprisoned for assaulting a woman because the law under which he was charged required that he be an America...
Sysco supports American Indian College Fund
DENVER, Colo. – Sysco Corporation recently awarded the American Indian College Fund $40,000 to go toward 40 $1,000 scholarships...
Indian council provides job training and placement
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