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A Thanksgiving Address from NARF
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Building pathways for Native students
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – Washington’s colleges and universities have made progress in building pathways to post-secondary education for American Indians and Alaska Natives...
Sequoyah senior accepts Naval Preparatory Academy appointment
UPS Foundation delivers $132,000 to American Indian College Fund
DENVER – The UPS Foundation awarded the American Indian College Fund $132,000 for scholarships benefiting American Indian students for 2009-10 academic year...
New Coast Guard captains qualified at Tulalip Reservation
TULALIP, Wash. – Zenith Maritime graduates students at Tulalip, Wash. Participating in the course were members of the Tulalip Police Department’s, Fisheries Enforcement Team...
SHI accepting applications for scholarships
S ealaska Heritage Institute is accepting applications for the 2010 – 2011 school year...
Myron Rolle kicks off Our Way to Health Program
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – U.S...
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – David Lee Harding was widely known throughout Indian country, having served for 29 years in tribal courts in Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California and Alaska...
UN report: Indigenous peoples’ cultural/physical survival threatened
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – The world’s 370 million indigenous peoples suffer disproportionately high rates of poverty, health problems, crime, unemployment, human rights abuses, and their cultural...
At home in two tribes: Native American Jew reflects on his roots
People scratch their heads most of the time,” Ronald Yonaguska Holloway said, describing the typical first reaction to him...
DFL governor hopefuls talk American Indian issues at forum
Minnesota can do more to build trust with American Indian tribes, say nine Democratic gubernatorial hopefuls, starting with respect of tribal sovereignty...
Colorado Native leader resigns key position
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The executive secretary of the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs has resigned in order to become director of governmental affairs for the Colorado Springs Chamber of C...
Indigenous governments more than a nation of citizens
Letter to the Editor
T he terms citizen and member are not entirely good fits for Indian country...
Kauanui: Understanding both versions of the Akaka bill
J. K?haulani Kauanui
W hen the U.S. Congress resumes business later this month, the Akaka bill will be back on the table in the House and the Senate...
Soaring Eagle Inn set to close for water park construction
Soaring Eagle Inn and Conference Center will close at the end of the month to make room for something bigger, better and wetter...
Kathleen Sebelius' Transcript from NIHB conference
Letter to the Editor
The following is Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius’ transcript from the National Indian Health Board Consumer Conference held Sept...
Haskell offers haven for hidden talent
The bus bounced along the highway from Eagle Butte, S.D., to Lawrence, Kan., covering the almost 700-mile trip in about 16 hours...
NABI showcases best of 'rez ball'
GinaMarie Scarpa has spent the bulk of her adult life trying to help kids. Often it can feel a lot like tilting at windmills: The odds are long and the struggles frequent...
We could all learn from the wisdom of the American Indian
It was encouraging news recently from the EPA that they intend to tighten the laws pertaining to air pollution...
Tribe appreciates seniors
(Senior Appreciation)…The 5th Annual Special Day was held at the National Guard Armory in El Centro...
Native Americans Gamble on Going Green
A poverty-stricken 3,000-member tribe in Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico has broken bold new ground for Native Americans...
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