Monday, September 02, 2002


Alaska Native children are disproportionately represented in the foster care system in Alaska, according to state and national statistics....


"Nicknames among Indian people are common....


"I was retained by Kenneth M....


Due to drought, business is down for a sod farm that leases land from the Navajo Agriculture Products Industry, the agribusiness of the Navajo Nation....


A New Mexico state judge has ruled there is enough evidence against a Navajo medicine man accused of rape to go to trial....


The Indian rug auction at the 15th annual Totah Festival in New Mexico brought in more than $71,900....


The Denver Police Department is making public records it kept on local activists....


The Shawnee County Allied Tribes Inter-Tribal Pow-wow was held over the weekend in Kansas....


The state of Kansas is appealing a court decision to halt taxes against the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska....


A forum was held on Friday for the Navajo Nation presidential candidates....


Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), former chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, has missed 10 percent of votes since 1995....


Two hate-related notes were left at the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage last Thursday....


The Billings Gazette continues its series on the Nez Perce War of 1877....


Native voters in South Dakota are being heavily courted by Democrats for the upcoming November elections....


The largest fire in Arizona history burnt 300,000 acres of the Fort Apache Reservation, home to the White Mountain Apache Tribe....


The Spokane Tribe of Washington wrapped up its annual Labor Day pow-wow today....