18th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference September 12-14 at Tulalip Resort Casino Published April 27, 2016 TULALIP, WASHINGTON – The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) proudly presents the 18th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC), hosted by the Tulalip Tribes of Washington at the Tulalip Resort Casino, September 12 – 14, 2016. The annual AITC strives […]
Guest Commentary Mark Trahant / TrahantReports Let’s turn the world upside down. A “normal” political story might examine finances for political candidates starting with who raised the most money, where it came from, and what that means for their prospects at the ballot. Money equals success. I am not going to do that. Instead I am […]
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Published April 27, 2016 BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA – Barry Dunn, the endowed dean of the College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, director of SDSU Extension, and professor of animal science at South Dakota State University, will become SDSU’s 20th president, the South Dakota Board of Regents announced Monday. Dunn is a enrolled member of the […]
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Published April 27, 2016 TAHLEQUAH, OKLAHOMA — The Cherokee Nation recently donated $4,000 to the Chance Fire Department in Adair County to help the fire station with a remodel to better serve the community during a crisis. In December, members of the Chance and Chewey communities experienced record flooding along the Illinois River in northern […]
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Published April 26, 2016 FORT PECK INDIAN RESERVATION— Janelle Red Dog, 42, pleaded not guilty in the killing of 13-month-old, Kenzley Ava-LeAnn Olson, who was found in dumpster last Wednesday. Red Dog made her pleas as she was arraigned via video conference in Fort Peck Tribal Court Tuesday, April 26, 2016. She has been charged […]
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TULSA – As the Longest Walk 5 – War on Drugs and Domestic Violence made its way into Tulsa, Oklahoma on Monday. several members of the Indian community were on hand to greet the long walkers. One young man, Blue River Haase, came from Bartlesville, Oklahoma, with his mother and sister to lend their support […]
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