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‘Far-talking’ broadband network to reach rural Indian country
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – When Tehan Woglake is up and running the business will fulfill the promise of its name. Tehan Woglake (pronounced tee’han wog’a lakki) means “far-talking” in Lakota...
Mayor meets with protesters over carver's fatal shooting
"There is injustice, historic injustice, that has to change," Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn told a crowd that had marched to City Hall on Thursday to protest the fatal shooting of a Fi...
Indian Center powwow starts Friday
The Lincoln Indian Center will host its annual powwow Friday and Saturday at the William Canby Arena next to the center, 1100 Military Road. The powwow starts at 5 p.m...
Tribe chooses experienced leaders
With numerous threats to the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde’s membership looming on the horizon, experienced and familiar faces in the form of two current and one former tribal...
Pechanga chairman says tribe is close to water deal
The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission Indians' decades-long crusade to formalize its share of the region's increasingly valuable water supply appears close to a conclusion, the Teme...
New effort to remove Cesspooch
He may have survived the most recent attempt to recall him from office, but now Curtis Cesspooch, the former chairman of the Northern Ute Indian Tribe Business Committee, is facing...
Tentative Deal Struck In Lawsuit By Indian Tribe
An American Indian tribe has agreed with state and local officials to settle a lawsuit over the enforcement of some laws in parts of Mid-Michigan's Isabella County...
Minnesota American Indian tribes awarded $8.1 million in justice grants
Minnesota American Indian tribes were awarded $8.1 million in federal grants Thursday for criminal justice programs...
The trouble with the IHS
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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Halbritter: New York tribes are outraged – why aren’t you?
W hen New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg used offensive, derogatory and incendiary Old West imagery last month in discussing the controversy over tax collection from sovereign I...
Apache leaders: Spirits, acorns make land proposed for copper mine sacred
Dorothy Ross often journeys to this wooded area in the Tonto National Forest to pray, harvest acorns and pick medicinal plants. She's made the trip since she was a child...
Tribal police have a growing presence
Like many minority communities, American Indians have often had an uneasy relationship with law enforcement, characterized by mistrust and neglect...
Soboba powwow celebrates North American Indian culture
The 14th annual Inter-tribal Powwow hosted by the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians and Soboba Casino starts Friday with gourd dancing at 6 p.m. and a Grand Entry at 7 p.m...
Cowlitz Tribe receives federal domestic violence prevention/response grant
The Cowlitz Tribe received an $800,000 federal stimulus grant Wednesday to help prevent and better respond to violence against women and domestic violence cases...
Tribe suspends casino expansion
The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation Indian tribe says it is suspending further expansion of its Cache Creek Casino complex near Brooks in Yolo County because the weak economy won’t suppor...
Father Tom Connolly retires
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – “It’s been a great privilege to work with the Coeur d’Alene Tribe for 33 years, especially with the old timers who were here when I first came,” Father Tom Connoll...
Tribes join protests of Ivanpah solar project
They trudged through soft sand and used walking sticks for balance as they ascended a ridge crowned with black boulders and triangular-shaped piles of rust-colored rocks...
Will Oglalas be disenfranchised?
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
PINE RIDGE, S.D. – Mail-in absentee ballots can help fix the election crisis in Shannon County, according to South Dakota Secretary of State Chris Nelson ...
Sacramento Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing Money While Servicing ATMs at Red Hawk Casino
United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced today that Eduardo Ursua Fontillas, 51, of Sacramento, pleaded guilty last Friday before U.S. District Court Judge Garland E...
Cooperation key in figuring out jurisdiction in Indian cases
Sorting out who investigates and prosecutes criminal cases on the Yakama reservation boils down to ancestry and property lines...
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