Wounded Warriors Family Support Announces New Program to Benefit Native American Veterans

Published February 4, 2016 OMAHA—Wounded Warriors Family Support has launched a new program to support Native American veterans who need transportation and transition assistance on their reservations. Wounded Warriors Family Support has teamed with the Office of Tribal Government Relations at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on the new Native American Veterans Support, Transition and Resources […]

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Art Collectors Charles and Valerie Diker, Native American Art Scholar David Penney to Speak in Masters Series in Toledo

Published February 3, 2016 TOLEDO, OHIO – For over four decades Charles and Valerie Diker have been ardent collectors and supporters of Native American art, encouraging the appreciation of these objects for the pure aesthetic pleasures they provide and for their cultural value. Their collection of Native American art, one of the largest and most […]

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NTU’s Center for Digital Technology Extends Its Expertise and Reach to the Local Community

  Published February 3, 2016 CROWNPOINT, NEW MEXICO – Over the past five years, NTU’s B.A.S. degree program in Digital Manufacturing has been gaining a national reputation for its work in three dimensional modeling and manufacturing, while the program’s Center for Digital Technology has been obtaining a local reputation for its work within the community. The […]

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Indian Country Tourism featured at National Travel Exchange for First Time

American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association presented American Indian tourism opportunities for first time at National Tour Association’s National Convention Published February 3, 2016 ATLANTA – Yesteday, at the annual Travel Exchange, hosted by the National Tour Association (NTA) in Atlanta, Georgia, American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association Executive Director Camille Ferguson presented at the […]

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Man Arrested for Illegal Possession of Eagles

Published February 3, 2016 ELKO CITY, NEVADA—On Sunday, January 31, Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) officers in assistance with Elko City Police Department, Elko County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) arrested Dana Morley McIvor for six counts of unlawful possession of raptor and raptor parts and one count of unlawful […]

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Final Weeks of Mitchell Museum of the American Indian’s “Miniature Artwork-Enormous Appeal” Exhibit

Published February 3, 2016 EVANSTON, ILLINOIS—Mitchell Museum of the American Indian’s exhibit “Miniature Artwork – Enormous Appeal”, which opened last spring, is closing February 14, 2016.   The exhibit features miniature interpretations of Native American utilitarian and ceremonial objects including basketry, silverwork, carving, weaving and pottery from the 1900s to today. It compares beautifully handcrafted objects […]

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