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Tribes, EPA gather to discuss visions of the future
The Nez Perce Tribe and the Region 10 office of the Environmental Protection Agency have been hosting a series of meetings this week with tribal leaders from throughout the Northwe...
Yerington Paiute Tribe awarded prestigious Institute of Museum and Library Services Basic Library with Education/Assessment Option Grant
Thanks to a grant from the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), the Yerington Paiute Tribe will receive funds for 2009-2010 to increase the Tribal Library Nativ...
Cancer society cuts Oneida ties over cigarettes
The American Cancer Society says it's severing ties with the Oneida Indian Nation, jeopardizing the organization's annual Coaches vs...
Letter to the Editor
O nce again Leonard Peltier’s hopes of returning home to his family a free man were crushed. Parole denied...
Tribal citizenship in crisis
Letter to the Editor
S everal serious issues concerning tribal citizenship threaten the future of American Indian nations...
Suagee: Tribal sovereignty and the green energy revolution
O n Sept. 8, Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M., and Sen...
Obama administration makes new promise on Indian health
WASHINGTON – The nation’s top health official has told Indian country health leaders that the Obama administration believes American Indians deserve special consideration in any na...
Study finds increase in AI/AN teen birth rate
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – A new study found the birth rate among American Indian and Alaska Native teen girls increased more than twice the national amount between 2005 and 2007...
Women warriors take on domestic violence and sexual assault
Tanya Lee, Today correspondent
F rom North Dakota to Arizona, strong, talented, accomplished Native American women are taking up the challenge of protecting themselves and their sisters, their mothers and aunts,...
Downsized Wigwam remains an upbeat event
Kathleen Edgecomb, The Day, New London, Conn.
Permanent Forum wants forced labor stopped
F ollowing a recent mission to Bolivia and Paraguay, the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues released two reports expressing grave concern over forced labor suffere...
EPA and IHS partner to enhance water services for tribes
WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency, long an ally on certain tribal issues, is stepping up its commitment to enhancing water services in Indian country by working with...
Interior stalls tribe’s water development
WASHINGTON – Members of the Tule River Tribe of California are growing increasingly frustrated with the Department of the Interior as it continues to stall the tribe’s ability to s...
Health minister orders probe of H1N1 body bag shipment to Manitoba natives
Federal Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq says she's ordered an investigation into "disturbing" reports of federal government shipments of body bags to First Nations communities hit h...
New Town health center on the horizon
The Three Affiliated Tribes have long promoted a health care center on the reservation as fulfillment of promises made during the flooding of Garrison Dam...
Oneida Nation, banking on tax-exempt status, buys cigarette factory
The Oneida Indian Nation, which sells $34 million of untaxed cigarettes a year, has expanded its tobacco operations into making its own cigarettes...
Sisseton area man up for Native American Music Awards
American Indian flute player Bryan Akipa, a member of the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe, is listed in several categories of the national Native American Music Awards...
Government discovers evidence of an uncontacted tribe
Peru’s Indigenous Affairs Department, INDEPA, has discovered evidence of an uncontacted tribe in the remote Peruvian Amazon...
Fort Peck voters get chance to approve new constitution
Fort Peck Reservation voters will elect their tribal council and consider significant changes to their constitution, including creating a separate judicial branch, in next month's ...
Cherokee, Southeastern Indian tribes celebrate traditionsThe Indian Removal Act of 1830 required that all American Indian tribes be removed from the Southeast. Now they're back for a two-day event that celebrates the revitalization of their ancient t
The Indian Removal Act of 1830 required that all American Indian tribes be removed from the Southeast...
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