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NPR: Muckleshoot Tribe lets youth tell the story (August 6, 2009)

"Bob Charlo patiently hands out disposable cameras to his summer photography class. Little fingers scramble at the plastic packaging and wrestle to open them. Giggles and smiles are everywhere....

Tulalip Tribes in 'shock' over young man's death (August 6, 2009)

Johnny Enick, a 23-year-old member of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington who was as a promising radio show host and active participant at the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club,...

OST financial skills training set for North Dakota (August 6, 2009)

The Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians, in partnership with the First Nations Development Institute, will offer financial skills training to employees and members of the Mandan, Hidatsa...

Indian business lands $3.5M Defense contract (August 6, 2009)

Keres Consulting Inc., an Indian-owned business in New Mexico, landed a $3.5 million contract to support the Native American Land Environmental Mitigation Program at the Department of Defense. Keres will...

Native veterans remembered as 'Fallen Heroes' (August 6, 2009)

Of the eight South Dakotans killed in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2003, three of them were Native American. U.S. Marine Cpl. Brett Lee Lundstrom was 22 when he died in...

More suspects in big Indian artifact theft case (August 6, 2009)

Federal prosecutors say they are likely to charge more people in connection with the largest Indian artifact theft case in history. So far, 25 people have been indicted for stealing...

Program aids Native fathers and Native mothers (August 6, 2009)

A program that was started to help fathers on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community in Arizona marks its eighth anniversary this month. Back in August 2001, the Fatherhood...

Indian Affairs Committee meeting and hearing (August 6, 2009)

The Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds a business meeting and hearing this afternoon. Three items are on the agenda for the business meeting. According to the committee website, the meeting...

Dartmouth admits 45-year-old Native student (August 6, 2009)

Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, the Ivy League school known for its Native community, welcomes a unique student this fall. Don Rains, 45, will be the oldest member of the...

Crow Tribe opens natural gas production wells (August 6, 2009)

The Crow Tribe of Montana began producing natural gas for the first time. The tribe partnered with Ursa Major of Oklahoma to drill seven gas wells on the reservation....

Red Cliff Band to take waste barrels from lake (August 6, 2009)

The Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians will use a $1.2 million grant from the Department of Defense to remove barrels of military waste from Lake Superior. As...

Tulalip Tribes find replacement for police chief (August 6, 2009)

The Tulalip Tribes of Washington didn't have to look very far to find a new police chief. Jay Goss, who ran the tribal police department between 2001 and 2007, was...

Store removes offensive 'Indian name' t-shirts (August 6, 2009)

A tourist shop in Duluth, Minnesota, won't be selling any "Indian name" t-shirts after receiving complaints from the Indian community. Donna Blue Bird, a member of the Oglala Sioux...

Donald Marshall, Mi'kmaq activist, passes at 55 (August 6, 2009)

Donald Marshall Jr., a Mi'kmaq activist from Nova Scotia who was involved in two high profile legal disputes, died this morning. He was 55. Marshall was wrongfully convicted of...

MPR: Businesses in Bemjidi post signs in Ojibwe (August 6, 2009)

"A growing number of businesses in Bemidji are putting up signs in the language of the local Native American community. Words in Ojibwe are popping up as welcome signs,...