Native Village News Archives

2006-2007

January 11, 2006 Issue 162
Volume 1  HIGHLIGHTS

Buffalo robes strengthen  families

Red Feather Woman spreads the American Indian legend

JEFF MAY NOMINATED FOR READER'S DIGEST "HERO OF THE YEAR 2005"

Congress petitioned for return of Geronimo's remains

Whistling language remains a mystery

Nunatsiavut defends language policy

Volume 2  Highlights

Experts say public schools need education reform

Program, activities teach Lakota values

Yukon school group found on U.S. threat list

Priorities in Lodge Grass start with an old boiler

University of North Dakota to study American Indian veterans

College begins program to recruit, retain Native American students

Volume 3   Highlights

NAVAJO NATION PRESIDENT SPEAKS FOR WORLD’S 370 MILLION INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AT UN WORLD SUMMIT

Tribes  threaten Jamestown protest

Doctor's heart improves care

Doula  training project coming

Title IV-E funding can help save Indian children

Cookbook preserves the tastes of American Indian culture

Volume 4  Highlights

Woman gives advice about solar power to people on Indian reservations

American pika seen headed toward extinction

Polluted Town Alarmed by Shortage of Sons

Teen DJ enlivens O'odham airwaves

Pine Ridge golf program gets First Tee chapter status

The Olympics of Indian basketball

January 25, 2006  Issue 163
Volume 1  HIGHLIGHTS

Ancient Kitchen Unearthed in Indiana Park

China map lays claim to Americas

Sacagawea's son might be buried in corner of Oregon

New archaeological look at early Georgia evangelists

Youth pace tribe's 'spiritual event'

Speak it good and strong

 

Volume 2  Highlights

Children's book brings Shoshone tale to life

Puerto Rico Still Has No Reading First Funds

Quileutes host tsunami ceremony, drill 

New program aimed at American Indian college students

Professors  help Cayugas regain land

 

'Volume 3 Highlights

Miss Indian Teen World seeks contestants

Postage Increase Revives Navajo 2-Cent Stamp

O Tamiflu: Turning Christmas trees into flu drug

NICHD Alerts Parents to Winter SIDS Risk

Skate park aims for health

Risk of Teen Drivers Reaches Others

 

Volume 4  Highlights

The Chestnut's Comeback

Space junk continuing to accumulate

Dog Virus May Be Killing Yellowstone Wolves

Cherokees step up to the plate to protect endangered bat

THE REACH THE REZ RADIO SHOW GOES NATIONWIDE

Senator finds defense funds for Arctic Games

 

February 8, 2006  Issue 164
Volume 1  Highlights

Fires unearth forgotten Aboriginal settlement

Three More Indian Tribes Recognized In S.C.

As Tribal Leaders, Women Still Fight Old Views

Residential school demolition marked by Cree

Youngsters Bring Hope for Language Survival

Hi-Tech U.S. Military Tool Used for Native American Language Revitalization Efforts

 

Volume 2  Highlights

Native American stories of the stars

Amazon tribe reshapes thinking on pure maths

American Indian charter school in Ore. curbs dropout rate

From Costner movie to Ph.D. candidate

Civil rights group blasts editor of college newspaper

College seeks $1M more for intertribal center

 

Volume 3 Highlights


Richardson agrees spaceport is risk, but worth taking

Cole blasts Interior for cutting BIA funds

Indian trade clues culled in cornfield

First nation will offer culinary arts program

Troublemakers face banishment

Home on the range

 

 

Volume 4  Highlights

Native Americans Protest Power Plant Construction In Medicine Lake Highlands

Magnetic north pole drifting fast

Lost World of New Species Found in Jungle

Native Artists Finally Win Over National Gallery

Willie Nelson Woodlands concert to benefit Indians

Vote: American Indian LA Film and TV Awards

 

March 1, 2006  Issue 165
Volume 1  Highlights

Nez Perce Youth Reclaim Bison Hunting Tradition

Running down through the centuries: The Hopi way

Navajo Sees Miss USA Pageant as Step in Her Journey

Oldest moccasin in Canada found in Yukon ice patch

Coeur d'Alene tribal elder dies at 104

Ancient Tongue Linked to Aztec Past

 

Volume 2  Highlights

Race matters to 3-month-olds, study finds

Eagle Butte teen center to raise final $1 million

Tutor Program Offered by Law Is Going Unused

UNITY sought for local kids

Little Big Horn College adds degree

Harvard to honor Rosebud alumnus 

 

Volume 3 Highlights

B.C.  First Nations to run Their Own Schools

Court to Reconsider Hawaii Schools Case

Indian educator asks Congress for help

Polar bear no match for fearsome mother in Ivujivik

Choctaw Author’s American Indian Health and Fitness Book Wins Cookbook Award

Navajo herbalist combines the best of her two  worlds
 

 

Volume 4  Highlights

Environmental-health class broadcast to tribal colleges

Water still unsafe on 20 B.C.  reserves

Greenland ice cap melting at faster pace

San Francisco to Test Turning Dog Waste Into Power

Tulalip teen's music is his mission

A Brief History of North American Indigenous Games

 

April 1, 2006  Issue 166
Volume 1  Highlights

READER’S DIGEST NAMES JEFF MAY HERO OF THE YEAR

Clan Mothers Lay it on the Line

Local dig produces the 'Holy Grail' of archaeology

Spielberg series sued for haircut

Taking It on the Chin

A delicious tradition: Five generations of frybread

 

Volume 2  Highlights

History, in a word

Young Inuit request residential school meeting

Transformation of a tree into a canoe

Rough Rock drama students invited to Scottish festival

SNOWSHOES ARE ALTERNATIVE IN WINTER GYM CLASSES

Germany's King of Rock to Assist Native American Children
 

 

Volume 3  Highlights

American Indians on the rise in law studies

List of Urban Indian Health Clinics threatened by Bush

Are You Melungeon, Nuyorican Or What?

"Backward evolution” spawns ape-like people

Western Shoshone Victorious at UN

Native Americans and First Nations discuss border security

Volume 4  Highlights  

Inuit alarmed by signs of global warming

WILD BISON POPULATION PLUMMETS

Navajo to represent United States in cross country championships

2006 Arctic Winter Games Results

Famed Indian Tortoise Dies at 250

The art of basketmaking links cultures

Litefoot organizes boycott of GUN video game

 

MAY 1, 2006  Issue 167
Volume 1  Highlights

NYM TAKES SOLIDARITY ACTION TO SUPPORT SIX NATIONS

Hone Heke's treasures go home

Archaeologists Launch Large-Scale Dig, Despite Indian Opposition

UN Treaty to Protect Oral Traditions Enters into Force

Cox weaves together ancestral stories

Rosetta Stone Releases Interactive Mohawk Language Software

Volume 2  Highlights

Austrian students tour Black Hills

Donate trailers to tribes

College Student Selected for NAJA Board of Directors

Medical students bound for immersion in aboriginal communities

Tulalip Tribes offer reservation for state university

Between a rock and a hard place
 

Volume 3  Highlights

Indian reservations to get air ambulances

New group home to help Indian girls

Regina kids learn to say no to gang recruiters

Do This AT Home: Test Your Microwave

Great Lakes for sale!  Michigan's Odawa Indians lead anti-Nestle fight

EPA honors tribes as environmental heroes

Volume 4  Highlights

Top 12 Ways You Can Reduce Global Warming

Monster Rabbit Stalks U.K. Village

Fossil Called Missing Link From Sea to Land Animals

Artcirq to stage first show outside Arctic

Another shade of green: Tribes tap into golf

2009 games will play up tribes' past

June 1, 2006  Issue 168
Volume 1  Highlights

Celestial Find at Ancient Andes Site

Clan helps search for site of last stand against Russians

Geronimo Descendant Will Ask Bushes to Help Return Warrior's Remains

Historic Nunavut flag found in trash can

Unlocking the secret sounds of language: Life without time or numbers

Dolphins, Like Humans, Recognize Names

Volume 2  Highlights

Tribes file lawsuit to stop BIA school reorganization

CHILD CARE PRICIER THAN COLLEGE

From brat to leader

Wear feather and plumes for graduation

Teachings of a 167-year-old wampum belt

Institute of American Indian Arts: New President Brings Vision, Passion

Volume 3  Highlights

DNA Verifies Christopher Columbus' Remains in Spain

U.S. Newborn Survival Rate Ranks Low

Indigenous Peoples Oppose National Geographic & IBM Genetic Research Project

Arctic "Noah's ArK" to Protect World's Seeds

Yakama Juice sells on Costco shelves

Obesity and Diabetes: How they affect our children

Volume 4  Highlights

Super Mileage Challenge winners average over 1,000 MPG

Gigantic Rock Slab Growing in Mount St. Helens' Crater

Teens find the pulse of a people in Star Nation

2006 Student Art Competition Winners Announced by the Office of Indian Education

Jana performance raises money for youth program

Daughter keeps alive the art of natural dyeing

July 1,  2006 Issue 169
Volume 1  Highlights

An integral part of daily life until 1820, hula was restricted for 76 years

Chickasaw elder’s stories win grandson an award

Tulalips will paddle to annual Gathering

The Road Back In Louisiana

Mahogany Imports are Wiping out Peru Tribes

New speakers of ancient tonguests

Volume 2  Highlights


Twisting Yarn tells Native American heart-warming tale

Oglala youth's science project takes top honors in New Mexico

From Rain City to rainforest

Choctaw teen pens "one of  the craziest books of all time

She and Her Graduation Robe Had to Come a Long Way

Tribal colleges filling growing need

Volume 3  Highlights


Free chapter added to saga of e-books

TEACHERS KILLED IN OAXACA POLICE ATTACK

Jobs That May No Longer Exist by 2014

Teens Get Unusual Punishment for Vandalism at Native American Village

Rare Disease stalks Oklahoma Choctaw Indians

Superhero flying to the rescue of native youth

Volume 4  Highlights

Earth's Temperature Is Hottest in Centuries

Oak Openings a key force in greenhouse gas battle

Rare American Chestnut Trees Discovered

Indian athletes given the chance to compete

Native-youth films in SIFF spotlight

Ballerinas

August 1 , 2006 Issue 170
Volume 1  Highlights

Birthday Memorial for Miracle, the Sacred White Buffalo

Nations celebrate Indigenous Peoples New Year

Indian chief dies when canoe overturns

Indians Buy Surrounding Land To Help Protect Sacred Site

UN Body Adopts Indigenous Rights Declaration Despite Canada's No Vote

Inuit sign language may get legal status in Nunavut

Volume 2  Highlights

Standing by their words

Tennis, tutors offered to Cheyenne youths

American Indian Science Students Win International Awards

UKB student wins Gates Scholarship

Intercultural education model on the rise in Latin America

NMSU completes $1.2 million program to increase Native American educational leaders

Volume 3  Highlights

The Top 100 National Colleges and Universities That Graduate the Most Minority Students

Another Idaho School Receives Million-Dollar Gift To Help Indians

Oglala Tribe Teams with Orthodox Jews to Run Gordon Meat Plant

Feds may bring Amber Alert to American Indian country

Indoor Air Quality in Schools

Poisonous Tree Frog Could Bring Wealth to Tribe in Brazilian Amazon
 

Volume 4  Highlights

 Fate of ancient hunters may hold clues for northerners today

First Half of 2006 Is Warmest on Record

Iowa Tribe's Aviary Keeps, Rehabilitates Eagles

New Mexico storyteller, santero honored with fellowship

2006 Indigenous Games wrap up in Denver

Group hopes to launch first American Indian cable channel

September 1 , 2006 Issue 171
Volume 1  Highlights

Trail honors Arapaho, Cheyenne ancestors killed in massacre

106-year-old's birthday gala stirs many memories

New Orleans' Black Indians visit Flagstaff

Landmark decision for Canadian indigenous community

Scientific research, Cherokee tales of "little people" give clues about our world

The 2005 Mexican Conteo (Count)

Volume 2  Highlights

New page turns for Alutiiq language

At 94, American Indian storyteller tells her last tale to children

Reading emphasis keys gains in Lame Deer

Haskell University welcomes freshmen, parents

Tribal college a stepping stone to 4-year schools for Indian students

University, tribe celebrate thirty years together

Volume 3  Highlights

Group suspects misuse of Indian ed funds

Native Americans still poorest in United States

Fighting to stay open

Arizona Border Wall Is A Source Of Conflict For Tohono O'odham Nation

Federal Help Sought To Save Native Languages

Fate of the bumblebee: "More important than the president "
 

Volume 4  Highlights

Fry bread: two sides of a powwow staple

Ancient war paint in fight against breast cancer

Blueberries equal big business in Maine

An ancient craft woven onto Web

Buffy Sainte-Marie's censored sounds

American Indians challenge NFL team’s use of mascot

October 1, 2006 Issue 172
Volume 1  Highlights

3rd rare white buffalo born on Wisconsin farm

Abenaki Corn Returned To Tribe

Native American society holds women in high regard

Time capsule hopes to capture living history

Aborigines given ownership of Perth by judge

Columbus: explorer or oppressor?

Did a New York City museum have Eskimos on display?

Volume 2  Highlights

Salish, Kootenai keyboards coming to a school near you

Learning to Tell Stories

Aboriginal History Brought to Life by Caring Teachers

Culture Keeps Kids in Class

Native Students Assist Bristol Bay Walrus Study

Navajo Students Growing Garden in Unlikely Place

At FSU, students learn the history of university's namesake tribe

Volume 3  Highlights

A life of stories

United States House Passes Native American Language Preservation Act

Nobel Peace Prize Winners Take Aim at U.S.

006 Finalists for American Indian Tribal Governance Awards

11 of America's Worst Places to Cast a Ballot (or Try)

A Border Crackdown Intensifies, A Tribe Is Caught In The Crossfire

Epidemic hits nomadic Amazon tribe

Volume 4  Highlights

Earth Headed for Warmest Temps in a Million Years

Wild mustangs in South Dakota are in danger of starving

Symbols on Skin Connect Hearts to History Alaska

Finding Beauty in Usefulness

Never forget SuAnne Big Crow!

Golfers control ancient lunar observatory

Cheechoo Gets Set to Defend Trophy

November 1, 2006 Issue 173

Volume 1  Highlights

3rd Rare White Buffalo Born on Wisconsin Farm

Abenaki Corn Returned To Tribe

Native American Society Holds Women in High Regard

Time Capsule Hopes to Capture Living History

Aborigines Given Ownership of Perth By Judge

Columbus: Explorer or Oppressor?

Did a New York City Museum Have Eskimos on Display?
 

Volume 2 Highlights

Salish, Kootenai Keyboards Coming to a School Near You

Learning to Tell Stories

Aboriginal History Brought to Life by Caring Teachers

Culture Keeps Kids in Class

Native Students Assist Bristol Bay Walrus Study

Navajo Students Growing Garden in Unlikely Place

At FSU, Students Learn the History of University's Namesake Tribe

Volume 3 Highlights

Earth Headed for Warmest Temps in a Million Years

Wild Mustangs in South Dakota are in Danger of Starving

Symbols on Skin Connect Hearts to History Alaska

Finding Beauty in Usefulness

Never Forget SuAnne Big Crow!

Golfers control ancient lunar observatory

Cheechoo Gets Set to Defend Trophy

Volume 4 Highlights

A Life of Stories

United States House Passes Native American Language Preservation Act

Nobel Peace Prize Winners Take Aim at U.S.

2006 Finalists for American Indian Tribal Governance Awards

11 of America's Worst Places to Cast a Ballot (or Try)

A Border Crackdown Intensifies, A Tribe Is Caught In The Crossfire

Epidemic Hits Nomadic Amazon Tribe

January 1, 2007 Issue 174
Volume 1  Highlights

American Indians Name Rare White Buffalo Born in Pa. Zoo

2.5 MILLION YOUTH VOLUNTEER FOR GLOBAL YOUTH SERVICE DAY

DNA Ties Together Scattered Peoples

Libraries in the Sand Reveal Africa's Academic Past

Iditarod legend, Herbie Nayokpuk, remembered

Language revitalization efforts bloomed in 2006
Volume 2  Highlights

Court Upholds School’s Hawaiians-First Admission Policy

Tribal students honored for calendar art

Tulalip Youth Radio Club

Tribe's culinary arts school open

Dartmouth President Apologies To Native American Students

IBM Provides Technology Access and Training to Native People
Volume 3  Highlights

Youthful reservations have great potential

Tiny B.C. village loses Christmas hall to fire

Stuck between two worlds, Indian foster kids often seek identity

Diabetes Breakthrough

Tobacco Use In Native Ceremonies To Be Studied

Tribes, Forest Service Agree on Plant Gathering Rights
Volume 4  Highlights

tribal elders urge young people to fight for native rights

Sacred seeds of black ash trees put on ice  for future generations

Series on contemporary Indian issues coming to a TV set near you

"Aboriginal Icon" winner rocks on

Creek Indian Crafts Longbows: Drawing back on tribal tradition

50 Coolest Websites
FEBRUARY 1, 2007 Issue 175
Volume 1  Highlights

Teenage boy saves village elder from cabin fire
 
Ex-POW Jessica Lynch Names Baby For Fallen Comrade

Sacred gift

Man's beliefs pit military vs. Navajos

Kodiak Natives cut an album in an effort to preserve their dying language

Contemporary Black Indian Storytelling In Print
Volume 2  Highlights

Pilot Program Will Teach Mi'kmaq Language

Indian Schools Help Students Connect With Their Culture

Poet bound for Oxford

Haskell says goodbye to president

UA Pushes For More Minority Librarians

Tribal Colleges Ask State For Help With Non-Native Students
Volume 3  Highlights

McIntyre reintroduces Lumbee bill

Exchange offers cash to farmers who help rein in greenhouse gasses

Canada's  "Amazon" Getting Millions

HUNTER ILLEGALLY SHOOTS YELLOWSTONE BISON

One-third of villages lacking in-home water tap

Elk meat could reduce diabetes
Volume 4  Highlights

U of I Says Chief Illiniwek Feathers Returned; Tribe Disagrees

Haskell Athletics to host athlete recruiting day

"Miracle" brought to young lives

Blanket brings "sacred change"

Grammy Nominations

Organization to promote Professional Native fighters

March 1, 2007 Issue 176
Volume 1  Highlights

Hopi Runners to Carry the Gift of Water Communities

Burial mound put on auction block

Many on Easter Island Prefer to Leave Stones Unturned

After 153 years, Treaty Tree lost to winter storm

Fairbanks professor rewarded for language work

In Bolivia, Speaking Up For Native Languages

Volume 2  Highlights

School asks exception from law for Native American funerals

Luscious chocolate, noble cause

Elizabeth Peratrovich Day
 
American Indian youths rally in pride

"Kalamazoo Promise" Delivers for Free College

President George W.  Bush Releases the FY 08 Budget Request

Volume 3  Highlights

Nobel Prize Laureate Rigoberta Menchu
 Running for President in Guatemala

American Indian tribe wins recognition nearly 400 years later

Mortality rate shows disparity

New Book on Miracles of Hawaiian Kahuna

Design Revealed for Doomsday Seed Vault

Navy May Deploy Dolphins in Terror Fight

 

Volume 4  Highlights

46 Nations Back New Environmental Body

Corn-based ethanol has fish, wildlife officials worried

Navajo Elite Runners to 2008 Summer Olympics?

Native American Activist's Life Story Released To Honor Angelina Jolie's Mother

Native American marching band distracts a new generation from blight

Alberta's Northern Cree shares fashion secrets for Grammy gala

April 1, 2007 Issue 177
Volume 1  Highlights

First Americans May Have Sailed, Not Walked, to New World

No fake snow at Snowbowl, court rules

Grandmother seeks owner of box possibly made in Yukon

War Hero Billy Walkabout Passes away

Canadian "lost tribe" hoping to collect U.S. government payout

University press republishes Penobscot history "Red Man"
Volume 2  Highlights

EARLY MUSIC LESSONS CAN HAVE MAJOR BENEFITS

A Culture Put to the Test

Basketball player reigns supreme on, off court

Wai'anae aims to train its own

Native Interest, New Opportunity

Program Opens Trade to Aboriginal Women

Volume 3  Highlights
Native American trackers to hunt bin Laden

Hunt is on for thousands of Indians owed $63 million

Amazon tribes to get free Internet

Major U.S. businesses support national global warming action

Advocates for Wild Bison Testify in Washington

Dolphins Name Themselves With Whistles, Study Says

Volume 4  Highlights

Study of young American Indians found hypertension raised risk for enlarged heart

URBAN INDIANS DENIED HEALTH CARE

Wealthy Japanese man gives mansions to Hawaiian homeless

Potato Chips

Family lines keep an ancient skill alive

Jennifer Redbird's New Movie to Screen at Delray Beach Film Festival

May 1, 2007 Issue 178
Volume 1  Highlights

Ancient Rainforest Revealed in Coal Mine
Keepers of the songs honored at Indian Hall of Fame
Virginia museums feature artifacts, belongings of Powhatan, Pocahontas
Swansea woman donates birdman tablet to Mounds
Once Near Extinction, Hawaiian Language Making Strong Comeback
Couple Returns Land and Mansion Back to Local Natives

 

Volume 2  Highlights

Audit Raises Concerns on Special Education In BIA-Funded Schools
Lax Kw'alaams School Honoured
Cherokee Nation Helping Youth Save for College
Acoma kids return from New Zealand
Recognizing Tribally Centered CulturesNative American scholar sends lecture from MSU to Romania

 

Volume 3  Highlights

World's Smallest Horse Takes On Big Mission

First aboriginal food guide balances traditional, practical

5 home-cooked meals for pets

Despite bumper grain crop, 33 countries in food crisis

First Navajo woman surgeon: Alvord's story is remarkable

"Extreme Makeover" to Revamp Ariz. Home

 
Volume 4  Highlights

Dirtiest Cities Just Get Dirtier

Moose, Reindeer to Take Taste Tests

"Planet 581 c"

Cherokee Reservation's School Buses Run on Biodiesel

Sunlight is Destroying Alaska Native Art Collection

"Rez "Rez Ball" Gains NCAA Certification

September 1, 2007 Issue 179
Volume 1  Highlights

Polynesians beat Spaniards to South America
Hawaiian Native Revives Ancient Sea-Voyaging Tradition
Hotel Mistakes Nobel Laureate for Bag Lady
Colville Tribes Sign Multinational Treaty
National Secretary of the American Indian Movement Passes
Code Talkers Contributions Honored in National Museum Exhibit

Volume 2  Highlights

Young Chilean Keeps Nearly Extinct Languages Alive
Cherokee Artist America Meredith Outs Words on Wheels
Bounty Mutineers' Language Preserved by UN
Alberta Residential School Reunion Brings Together Memories, Pain
"Native" Book on 7th-grade List a "Slap in the Face"
ALA Inaugurates its First American Indian President

Volume 3  Highlights

Tribes Say No Child Left Behind Leaves No Room for Culture
Navajo Cub Scout Starts Movement to Create Religious Emblem For American Indians
Hualapai Youth Learn Language and Customs of Their Culture
Chickasaw Space Camp Broadens Students’ Horizons
The Little Rocket That Could
Nine Tribally Controlled Colleges and Universities Awarded Nearly $12 Million

Volume 4  Highlights

Chocolate Making Navajo Kids Receive Tribal Award
Inuit Poised to Gain Control of Large Territory in Quebec
Government: American Indians Owed $60 Million
O'odham Leader Vows No Border Fence
Scientists Discover Largest-Known Planet
Governments Failing Native Children With Severe Medical Problems, Report Says

Volume 5  Highlights

Aboriginal Physician Travels World to Study Shamans, Healers for New TV Series
Salsa's Been Hot for Centuries
Honey Could Save Diabetics from Amputation
Radiation Warning Signs Placed on Cheyenne River
Bad River Tribal Council Cancels Wild Rice Harvest for First Time
$20M from Ottawa Launches Huge Polar Research Project

Volume 6  Highlights

Indians Widen Old Outlet in Youth Lacrosse
Inuit Art Industry Enters Digital Age
Composer Brings Silent Film to Life
New Animated Short Film Brings Oneida Legend to the Big Screen
Against All Odds, a 23 Year Old Choctaw Indian, Benjamin Talako Williamson, is Making Tennis History
Florida Alligator Wrestlers Becoming an Endangered Species

October 1, 2007 Issue 180
Volume 1  Highlights

 JUBILATION AS UN APPROVES INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DECLARATION
 Poll: Majority Support Federal Recognition of Hawaiians
 Ancient Chewing Gum Yields DNA
  Indian Group Blasts Meteorite Sale
 Lost tribe says their culture is still alive
 N.B. woman recording elders speaking Maliseet for posterity

Volume 2  Highlights
 Northern Lights: These Schools Literally Leave No Child Behind
 After-school Tigua program yields results
 Tribal children meet their history
 Rock'n the Rez lets young people show their skills
 Struggling to reopen California's only tribal college
 Native American life on show in Northern Ireland
Volume 3  Highlights
Hay, homes sought for wild horses
 Muskogee Metalworks recognized nationally
 We have broken speed of light
 Climate Shift to Hit Indians Hard
 Sea Level Rise Could Flood Many Cities
 Baby Mammoth Corpse Found in Siberia

 

Volume 4  Highlights

Tribal Farms Are A Growing Part Of Arizona Agricultural Economy
 Squash Seeds Show Andean Cultivation Is 10,000 Years Old, Twice as Old as Thought
 Nike unveils shoe just for American Indians
 "Last One Standing" On Discovery Channel
 Osage Nation Film Festival Features Footage Of  Hominy Indians, 1927 NFL Champions
 Jazz legend Hampton had bond with Nez Perce

November 1, 2007 Issue 181
Volume 1  Highlights

AFTER MANY YEARS, WE ARE HOME
WINONA LADUKE INDUCTED INTO NATIONAL WOMEN'S HALL OF FAME
BUNKY ECHO-HAWK PAINTS LIVING ICONS
YALE OFFICIALS AGREE TO RETURN PERUVIAN ARTIFACTS
FRENCH DEBATE: IS MAORI HEAD BODY PART OR ART?
MICHIGAN, TRIBES REACH DEAL ON FISHING, HUNTING RIGHTS
STORIES IN THE ROCKS

Volume 2  Highlights

SEMINOLES DEDICATE FIRST CHARTER SCHOOL
ROSEBUD TEEN SPEAKS AT UNITED NATIONS
MOBILITY OF NATIVE STUDENTS CAN POSE CHALLENGES TO ACHIEVEMENT
INDIAN STUDENTS TAKE TO THE STREETS OF LAWRENCE, KANSAS IN PROTEST OF COLUMBUS DAY
SORORITY FOSTERS INDIAN CULTURE
PROGRAM BLENDS NATIVE CULTURE WITH SCIENCE

Volume 3  Highlights

TRIBES INCLUDED IN 1872 MINING LAW UPDATE
BUSH BLASTS NATIVE HAWAIIAN SELF-DETERMINATION BILL UNH DENTAL HYGIENE STUDENTS PROVIDING FREE CARE IN SOUTH DAKOTA
GRANT AWARDED TO HELP TRIBE COMBAT INFANT MORTALITY RATE
O'ODHAM AIDING ELDERLY, BUT YOUTH NEEDS UNMET
PORCUPINE CLINIC OUT OF HEAT
NATIVE AMERICA COOKS

Volume 4  Highlights

TWO TRIBES AMONG HARDEST HIT BY CALIFORNIA FIRES
ALASKA VILLAGES CAUGHT IN SLOW-MOTION DISASTER
CONTINENT-SIZE TOXIC STEW OF PLASTIC TRASH FOULING SWATH OF PACIFIC OCEAN
WATER SHORTAGE THREATENING TO CUT OFF SEMINOLES, WORSEN STRAIN ON SOUTH FLORIDA
CHEROKEE NATIONAL YOUTH CHOIR WINS NAMMY, MACY'S PARADE SPOT
DINÉ OLYMPIC HOPEFULS GET BOOST FROM COMPANY

december 1, 2007 Issue 182

Volume 1  Highlights

APPEALS COURT PLANS UNEXPECTED REVIEW OF NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RULING
SAVE OUR OAKS ... OFF WITH THE FENCE
BY THE YEAR 2020 THERE WILL BE NO INDIGENOUS POPULATION IN INDIA
ARGENTINE INDIAN BEATIFIED BY CATHOLIC CHURCH IN PATAGONIA
WEAVING A SACRED CEREMONY
TRIBE'S BOOK WINS AWARD
Volume 2  Highlights
HUALAPAI ETHNOBOTANY PROJECT PUBLISHES COOKBOOK
TAKINI SCHOOL WILD HORSE PROGRAM HELPS YOUTH
MISS TEEN LUMBEE'S CROWN STOLEN
BANNER WORLD OF WHIZ KIDS
TRICK OR TREATY DVD SPARKS FEARS AT HASKELL
SEN. JOHNSON, REP. POMEROY INTRODUCE TRIBAL SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION BILL
Volume 3  Highlights
THE COST OF THE 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS UP 4.1%
SOLVE A MYSTERY: QUEST FOR THE GOLDEN BOOK
THE LONG TRAIL
INUVIK PASSES YOUTH CURFEW
TRIBAL CHAIRMAN SAYS 90 PERCENT OF FORT BERTHOLD FAMILIES STILL NOT HOOKED UP TO WATER PROJECT
TRIBAL PEOPLE AT RISK OF EXTINCTION FROM DIABETE
Volume 4  Highlights
ALASKAN YOUTH TESTIFIES ON THE HILL - AND DRAWS LIMBAUGH'S IRE
CLEVER CROWS ARE CAUGHT ON CAMERA
ALIEN LIFE CAN SURVIVE TRIP TO EARTH, SPACE TEST SHOWS
COUNCIL VOTES DOWN U.  NORTH DAKOTA NICKNAME, LOGO WITH NO DEBATE
AMERICAN INDIANS GAIN RIGHT TO HARVEST WILLOWS FOR BASKET WEAVING
U.S.  EMBASSIES TO SHOW WORKS OF FIVE AMERICAN INDIAN ARTISTS
 

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