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Attention All Programs and Interested Parties: 1st Annual Toy Drive Challenge

Attention All Programs and Interested Parties: 1st Annual Toy Drive Challenge Deadline extended to December 14, 2012...

 

State looks to expand use of electronic pulltabs for stadium

The sluggish pace of electronic pulltab sales has the state looking at fresh venues to entice gamblers -- including the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport....

 

What college students don't know about history

Students step onto college campuses today less aware or concerned with the past....

 

10 arrested in probe of cybercriminals who prey on users of social networks such as Facebook

WASHINGTON - Ten people have been arrested as part of an investigation into international cybercrime rings that steal millions of computer users' credit card, bank account and other personal information, the FBI said....

 

Payments authorized for $3.4B Indian lawsuit

HELENA — A judge has authorized the start of payments to American Indians in a $3.4 billion settlement involving the federal government's mishandling of land trust royalties, a law firm for the litigants said Wednesday. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/payments-authorized-for-b-indian-lawsuit/article_66ec4851-543f-5e99-...

 

Teen’s death renews call for inquiry into murdered first nations women

The parents of an aboriginal girl found murdered last week in Kamloops have joined the call for a national inquiry into murdered and missing first nations women....

 

Contractors donate new shoes to students in Pine Ridge

A big smile spread across 9-year-old Cante Long Soldier’s face Tuesday afternoon as she held the brand-new pair of white and purple Nike tennis shoes she had just unwrapped....

 

American Indians look beyond casinos to insurance company ownership

American Indian tribes and Oklahoma elected officials have discussed ways in which tribes could create insurance companies that would operate outside federally protected Indian tribes....

 

Tribal member pleads guilty to criminal mischief

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY, N.Y. -- A North Country man accused of digging up land at the former GM plant in Massena pleaded guilty. Larry Thompson was charged with criminal mischief....

 

Public Safety Projects in Indian Country Available

The Department of Justice has open their comprehensive grant solicitation period for funding to support public safety, victim services and crime prevention improvements for American Indian and Alaska Native tribal governments....

 

The meeting of the Native American chiefs of the USA and Canada to take place in Moscow

In mid-January of the coming year a meeting of the chiefs of the Native American tribes of Canada and the US and the leaders of the indigenous peoples of the world will take place in Russia for the first time. Pavel Sulandziga, chairman of the working group for the development of the North, Siberia and the Far East at Russia Public Chamber, announced the event in his interview...

 

Convicted fraudster is behind First Nations talent search

The man behind a talent search using the name of Canadian Idol and targeting aspiring pop stars in First Nations communities has previously been convicted of fraud in Alberta and is the subject of a Better Business Bureau warning, CBC News has learned....

 

Arguments over whether Chippewa tribe can hunt deer at night stretch into second day

MADISON, Wis. - Arguments over whether the Wisconsin Chippewa can hunt deer at night are scheduled to continue on Thursday....

 

Inside the Mass Slaying on California’s Tule River Indian Reservation

A tribe is rocked by a shooting rampage that leaves five people dead, including the suspected killer, a former custodian at the reservation casino who was in the midst of a custody dispute. Christine Pelisek investigates....

 

Sheriff: Calif. reservation shooter used revolver

Investigators say the man who shot his children, mother and uncles on a California Indian reservation used a .38-caliber revolver, but they don't yet know if he had a permit for it....

 

Former Crow tribal employees arraigned in corruption case

In what was almost entirely a family affair, the former head of the Crow Tribe Historic Preservation Office and six others were charged Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Billings with defrauding the tribe of more than $500,000....

 

Tribal police shoot dogs suspected in alpaca attacks

PORT ANGELES — Five dogs thought to be responsible for the deaths of two alpacas, some chickens and calves were shot and killed by Lower Elwha Klallam Police after the dogs acted aggressively toward officers, a tribal spokeswoman confirmed this week....

 

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