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Roessel Named Director of BIE
BIA Gets an 'F' for Handling of Cobell
High Schooler Says Basketball Is Life
Door Open for Medicaid on Wind River Rez
Amity Pueblo Desecration Petition
Logging Fight Redux for Algonquin Band
Video: 'Sake Bombs' by LightningCloud
Angels of the Cherokee Receives $20K
Bipartisan Budget Reached
20,000-Mile Adventure Across Wyoming
Umatilla Tribe Battles Mega-Loads
Surprise! Katsinam Will Return to Hopi
GTAC Denounces Asbestos in Mine
Bloc Voting: Only Way for Indians to Win
Ramapough Decry 'Hate Crime' on Film
Texas School Board to Vote on ‘Redskins'
Apache Stokes his Entrepreneurial Fires
Katsinam Lawyer: 'Enough Is Enough!"
Threats Against Natives Revealed
Notah Begay III: Leading by Example
Things About Skins
Edward S. Curtis, Whose Photos Defined a Race of People, 'Reframed'
For a camera-toting white guy wandering through Indian country more than a century ago, Edward S. Curtis didn’t do too badly in the photo department...
Interior Announces $1.6M in NAGPRA Grants, Arizona State Museum Among Recipients
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis announced availability of $1.6 million in federal grant money to document and help return human remains...
Ancient Irrigation in Sonoran Desert Shows Humans’ Longstanding ‘Love-Hate’ Relationship With Environment
Current debates about climate change notwithstanding, humans have tried to harness their environment since time immemorial, from the invention of fire to irrigation...
Making More Than Mud
To most people, the basic act of adding water to soil makes mud.
Native Student Publication Holding Water Rights Symposium
Simon Ortiz RED INK: A Native American Student Publication will be holding a fundraiser and water rights symposium tomorrow and Saturday...
The Southwest Indian Arts Fair, a Tucson Tradition
Climate-controlled Woven Wonders
If you were 11,000 year old survivor of the dry, dusty, Arizona desert, you’d appreciate being taken into a climate-controlled environment...
Mexico Through the Centuries in Many Mexicos Exhibit
Just about everyone is aware of celebrations held in this country on Independence Day, or similar fetes in France on Bastille Day, and in Mexico for Cinco de Mayo...
Important Arizona Treaty on Display at Arizona State Museum
TUCSON - Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo--the treaty that was signed in 1848, ending the Mexican-American War and ceding California, Nevada, Utah, and most of Arizona to the United Sta...
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