'The Indian and the White Guy' headed to North Dakota after all (March 4, 2011)
The Williams and Ree comedy duo, otherwise known as “the Indian and the White Guy," are going to play in Grand Forks, North Dakota, after all. The duo tried to book a show at the Alerus Center but the gig...
Police seek information on Native man missing since November (March 4, 2011)
Police in Billings, Montana, are asking the public to help find Timothy Scott Roundstone Jr., a 20-year-old Native man who has been missing since November 2010. Roundstone was last seen leaving a friend's apartment on November 19, a night...
Dixon Palmer, Kiowa artist from Oklahoma, passes on at age 90 (March 4, 2011)
Dixon Palmer, a member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma, died on Thursday. He was 90. Palmer was an artist, dancer and tepee maker. His tepee work was featured in the Southern Plains Indian Museum and at the Smithsonian Institution....
Siblings from Chickasaw Nation family all undergo heart surgery (March 4, 2011)
In the course of four years, five siblings from the same Chickasaw Nation family have undergone open-heart surgery. James Mose, 61; Shirley Mose, 59; Dorislene Morgan, 58; Christine Lewis, 56; and Don Mose, 51, count 17 bypasses among them....
The Fort Mojave Tribe filed a new lawsuit to protect one of its most sacred sites. The tribe says the California Department of Toxic Substances Control is violating a settlement that was reached in 2006. The tribe says the state...
The Ghosts of Celilo, a production named for Celilo Falls, the place where Pacific Northwest tribes fished for centuries, returns to the stage tonight. The musical theater debuted to sold-out crowds and favorable reviews in September 2007. It's back...
Echo Hawk urges Crow Tribe to approve water rights settlement (March 4, 2011)
Assistant Secretary Larry Echo Hawk urged members of the Crow Tribe of Montana to approve a water rights settlement that was signed into law by President Barack Obama last December. Echo Hawk said the deal protects the tribe's rights...
Levi Horn: Encouraging Indian students to lead active lifestyles (March 4, 2011)
"Earlier this month, I had the great privilege of introducing the Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA) to over 40,000 students at Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) schools. With BIE Deputy Director Bart Stevens, I visited the National Indian Programs Training...
Church of the Month: Navajo students discuss traditional beliefs (March 4, 2011)
The Logan Herald Journal interviewed Jeorcinda Slick and Dawnelle John, both members of the Navajo Nation, about their traditional beliefs. Slick and John are students at Utah State University and are attendants to Miss Indian USU Cassie Largo. "Describe the...
BIA urged to get involved in dispute over ferry on Lummi Nation (March 4, 2011)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is being urged to get involved in a dispute over a ferry on the Lummi Nation in Washington. The tribe owns the land where the Lummi Island ferry docks. The tribe has been negotiating a...
A bill to limit attorney fees in the Indian trust fund lawsuit to $50 million would kill the settlement, attorney Dennis Gingold said. Gingold and the other attorneys are asking a federal judge for $223 million. Two Republican leaders, Rep....
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5 Supreme Court shakes up docket by accepting sovereignty case at request of tribe
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