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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...
Stimulus will aid baseball complex
A big chunk of the money that will pay for a new spring-training baseball complex on tribal land in the East Valley will be delivered via a financing program that's part of the fed...
UND nickname opponent says council acts on vote
An opponent of the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname says the Spirit Lake Tribal Council has formally acknowledged the results of an April election on the reserv...
Museum given Yellowstone collection
Eleanor "Ellie" Hamilton Povah grew up in the 1920s and '30s, spending every summer in Yellowstone National Park, and remembers watching her father trade with American Indians for ...
Northern Ariz. Tribes United Against Uranium Mines
The Hualapai Tribe has renewed a ban on uranium mining on its land near the Grand Canyon, joining other American Indian tribes in opposing what they see as a threat to their enviro...
The land of many welcomes
By Richard Walker, Today correspondent
2 of 3 in a series Hoonah/Icy Strait Point Xuna: “Shelter from the north wind” T hat this is a sensitive environment was clear as we walked the wooden boardwalk to a forested viewi...
New energy products safe for diabetics
PACOIMA, Calif. – The high and steadily increasing prevalence of diabetes (mostly Type 2) amongst Native Americans is largely due to lifestyle factors...
Puyallup Tribe project uses stimulus funds
By Katie Zemtseff, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) – A multifamily project on the Puyallup Tribe’s reservation in Tacoma recently received $3 million in federal stimulus funds...
General Mills and American Dietetic Association partner to help kids
MINNEAPOLIS – The General Mills Champions for Healthy Kids Program , in partnership with the American Dietetic Association , has awarded $500,000 in grants to community-based organ...
Casino deal ends in court
Plans for a casino on the south shore of Lake Sakakawea ended in court last month, with the Three Affiliated Tribes ordered to pay the would-be developer $6.1 million...
Poultry judge rejects tribe
In turning back the tribe on Tuesday, District Judge Gregory Frizzell said he would have "been pleased" to grant its request had it been timely...
Supreme Court Asked to Weigh Redskins Case
Native American activists are trying to get the Supreme Court involved in its long-running dispute with the Washington Redskins about whether the team's name is so offensive that i...
Tribal subsidiary wants to buy Lone Star Park
A Chickasaw Nation subsidiary said Tuesday it has agreed to buy Lone Star Park for $27 million from the bankrupt owner of the horse racing track in Grand Prairie, Texas...
U. of Tulsa, Choctaw Nation form partnership
The University of Tulsa and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma have formed a partnership aimed at helping improve the academic achievement levels of tribal members...
Groundbreaking Thursday for SW Mich. tribal casino
A groundbreaking ceremony is set for the state's newest tribal casino. The Gun Lake Tribe of Pottawatomi Indians breaks ground Thursday on the $157 million Gun Lake Casino...
AP IMPACT: Indian smoke shops are feeling the heat
After doing time for possession and an accidental killing, crack dealer Rodney Morrison decided he was finished with drugs...
Soboba environmental study criticized by Riverside Supervisors
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution today criticizing an environmental study by an Indian tribe on the impact of a proposed casino-hotel complex that crit...
Indian depiction prompts apology from UVa official
The University of Virginia’s director of athletics has apologized for a video shown at UVa’s football game against the College of William & Mary that some found demeaning to Am...
Indian gaming official speaks at UND
The top federal Indian gaming regulator is lecturing at UND this week, and he said some things Tuesday that shed light on the somewhat-dormant effort by the Turtle Mountain Band of...
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