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Juliette Lewis' Memorial for Misty Upham
Horse Lovers Share a Vision
EPA Gives $10.4 Million to CA, NV Tribes
American Indian Motion Picture Awards
1964 Centennial Indian Princesses Gather
Thompson Brother Sign With Nike
Eastern Cherokee Band Bans Fracking
Hector Vazquez Top Chef for Twin Arrows
Inside Abramoff's Dirty-Tricks Playbook
Reading a Map to Cure Historical Amnesia
Cultural Tourism to Be Introduced at AFN
Slow Suicide, Slower Healing
Naked Faux Savages in Berlin
Mixing Up Something New With Cranberries
Tribal Park = Economic Development
Voting 'I' for Indians
Keystone XL and SD Senate Race
The Week That Was
Hope STEMS, Native Students Blossom
Dennis Banks on Death of Misty Upham
Thing About Skins
Ski Apache Teams with Inn of the Mountain Gods
Snow sports website OnTheSnow.com , which provides ski and snow reports and news about more than 2,000 ski resorts around the globe, reports that both Ski Apache and the Inn of the...
The Master Builders of the Ancient Pueblo
National Geographic Kids put together a beautiful photo gallery of Native American people and places...
This Native American winery located in Spotsylvania, Virginia, just received another award for one of their wines, the bronze in the National Commercial Competition with the Americ...
The Most Remote Town In America
Every Christmas for the past 15 years, the children of the Havasupai reservation have waited for the familiar sound of Santa’s descent into their village...
Spotlight: Cody, Wyoming
William Fredrick Cody, otherwise known as Buffalo Bill, died some 93 years ago...
Rough Riding: Navajo Cowboys
Independent media company Vice recently aired a beautiful, wild series about the lives of the Navajo (Diné) cowboys on their VBS.TV site...
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
The largest protected wilderness in the United States, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is a 19.3 million acre expanse of roadless terrain roughly the size of South Carolina...
Climbing Devils Tower
Devils Tower in Wyoming is one of the premier climbing areas in the country thanks to hundreds of parallel cracks that divide the monolith into massive hexagonal columns...
Photo of the Week
ICT is happy to showcase Navajo reader TK's awesome photo during sunset in New Mexico. Nice work, TK.
Coushatta Casino Resort
The Coushatta Tribe of Louisana was officially recognized by the Federal government in 1973. They established their current home, north of Elton, Louisana, in 1975...
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Mike Tyson Featured in TV Ad for Turning Stone Resort Casino, Calls Resort a 'Knockout'
Best Tribal Destinations Awarded at American Indian Tourism Conference
OK Tourism Is Thriving; Struggles to Rev Up Its Reputation in the State
Cultural Tourism to Be Introduced at AFN Annual Convention
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