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Liberation of Our Original Nations
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Idaho Tribe Roots For Passage Of Health Overhaul
Congress has now begun working out the differences in its massive health care overhaul bill...
Winter powwow ready to build Native connections
Portland Community College and the Sylvania Campus Multicultural Center will celebrate Native American culture and ancestry in January...
Viola Robbins was a Catawba master potter
A woman was buried Wednesday at the Catawba Indian Nation, and a big hawk, or a small eagle, circled the cemetery at the Mormon church. It must not have been a coincidence...
Ann Marie Machamer values education
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – As one of five children of two teachers, Ann Marie Machamer, Amber to her friends and family, understands the value of education...
BMTS Places Demolizer II Systems in the Nez Perce and Poarch Band of Creek Indian Communities
BioMedical Technology Solutions, Inc...
Mashantuckets' banishment laws seen as flawed by tribal court judge
In banishing Christopher Pearson, the former tribal official facing sentencing on federal wire-fraud charges, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Elders Council meted out an ancient for...
North Bay Corp. withdraws from landfill project
Sonoma County waste hauler North Bay Corp...
Attorneys broker $33 million Navajo settlement
Red Mesa » For Utah Navajos, the proposed settlement of a long-running lawsuit alleging state mismanagement of their trust fund is like a prayer half answered...
Glacier Park centennial captures human stories
Dan Elliott, Associated Press Writer
Cherokee Nation initiates grant program for schools participating in historical field trips
Next Generation Leadership Project partners with Washington University in Missouri
HONOLULU – The Washington University in St. Louis School of Law has partnered with the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, a Hawaii nonprofit, to host law students in Hawaii...
Get your work published in the Pawnee National anthology
T he editors of “Out of the Sky,” a collection of Pawnee writing, stories, and art are seeking additional submissions by tribal members and others who are interested in having thei...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
I n business a good salesperson can be worth their weight in gold. Salesmanship is often considered a specialized field...
Moran elected CSKT chairman, ousting Steele
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council has spoken, and the Flathead Indian Reservation has a new leader. E.T...
Native Hawaiian tribal rights bill spurs row
The next time President Obama vacations in his native Hawaii, there could be something new on the island: an Indian tribe...
Grant to help tribes' fishing operations
A $160,000 federal grant will help expand markets for Indian salmon fisheries in Oregon, Washington and California...
Tribe hopeful of casino progress
A year ago, members of the American Indian tribe proposing an Enterprise Rancheria casino near Sleep Train Amphitheatre believed 2009 would be the year they'd get, or at least eke ...
Native-owned company seeks donations for Crow Creek tipi
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – When Gary E...
Gena Timberman serves her community
Kelly Koepke, Today correspondent
Trahant: Resolutions, experiments for a new year
T his New Year I am experimenting, instead of resoluting. (I know, it’s not a real word...
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