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• • Nez Perce bison hunt gets off to slow start (Helena Independent Record) 1/15/07

• • Young filmmakers shine at Native American Film and Video Festival (Indian Country Today) 12/27/06

• • 'Trail of Tears' named 'Best Documentary' (Indian Country Today) 12/27/06

• • Tim Giago: Christmas and Lakota traditions (Indianz.com) 12/25/06

• • Anti-mascot movement made headway in 2006 (Indian Country Today) 12/22/06

• • Dead Indian language brought back to life (Washington Post) 12/13/2006

• • Language bill will go to president following Senate passage (Indian Country Today) 12/7/2006

• • Saving the Serrano tongue (San Bernardino Sun) 12/5/2006

• • Mapuches Vs. Microsoft (Vivirlatino) 11/27/06

• • Where are the remains? It depends on who's telling the story (Argus Leader) 11/26/06

• • The Wampanoag, poised for federal recognition, relish the opportunity to tell their story (Cape Cod Times) 11/23/06

• • In a land bleak in opportunity, 'Redskins' Is One More Barb (Washington Post) 11/22/06

• • Haida demand return of rare canoes ( Times Colonist) 11/22/06

• • Salish-Kootenai to hunt bison near Yellowstone (Independent Record) 11/16/06

• • Canoe goes upriver, without its paddlers (NY Times) 11/14/06

• • Salish Kootenai educator speaks on restoring history (Missoulian) 11/14/06

• • Exploring 'Indian Country:' PBS documentary increases understanding of Cherokee (Citizen Times) 11/8/06

• • McMurry will keep 'Indians' heritage (Express News) 11/2/06

• • Herds of bison to return to US (New Scientist) 10/30/2006

• • Speaking of language, tribes honor native speech (Oklahoman) 10/19/06

• • A spirited return (Riverside Press-Enterprise) 10/15006

• • New leaders could do well with old ways (Grand Folks Herald) 10/14/06

• • Celebrating Columbus is akin to condoning genocide and violence (Arizona Daily Star) 10/9/06

• • Journal editorial, 10-9: State history is rich (Rapid City Journal) 10/9/06

• • Red Lake tradition is concentrated at Ponemah (Minneapolis Star-Tribune) 10/5/06

• • Tulalips mourn loss of last native speaker (Everett Herald) 10/3/06

• • Indian farmers await trial on USDA [United States Department of Agriculture] discrimination (Indianz.com) 9/29/06

• • Bad in Any Language (National Review) 9/27/06

• • Culture preserved (Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun) 9/27/06

• • Judges set higher bail for Indians, report says (Sioux Falls Argus Leader) 9/24/06

• • Skeletons found in Nephi may reveal details of 1853 massacre (Salt Lake Tribune) 9/15/06

• • Stone slab bears earliest writing in the Americas (AP) 9/15/06

• • Device may help preserve languages (Olympian) 9/9/06

• • Congressional hearing focuses on native languages (Santa Fe New Mexican) 9/1/06

• • Tribal languages, at your fingertips (Lake County Leader Advertiser) 8/31/06

• • Toya: Free speech: Another side of the 'redskin' debate (Indian Country Today) 8/31/06

• • High-tech language lessons from tribe (Asheville Citizen-Times) 8/28/06

• • A Matter Of Trusts: A Douglas County recall effort is being watched by Native Americans nationwide (Register-Guard) 8/27/06

• • Endangered languages of our ancestors can flourish again (Denver) 8/26/06

• • Human rights hero: John Echohawk (American Bar Association) 8/23/06

• • Microsoft programs use Andean language (Washington Post) 8/23/06

• • Proposed bill would allow for discovered ancient remains to be studied (AP) 8/10/06

• • Records from missions chronicle Indian life in California (Santa Fe New Mexican) 8/8/06

• • Jackson County man sues casino for race discrimination (Asheville Citizen-Times) 7/31/06

• • Congress urged to save native languages (Bismarck Tribune) 7/28/06

• • On racism: Will our Indian wars ever end? (WNY Media Network) 7/25/06

• • Debunking the myth of Christianity (Native American Times) 7/24/06

• • Goodyear man saves the Zuni language from extinction (Arizona Republic) 7/13/06

• • Navajo council seeks border study (Farmington Daily Times) 7/7/06

• • Indian languages meeting focus (Billings Gazette) 6/16/06

• • Teachers hope to stir life into Crow language (Billings Gazette) 6/14/06

• • Salt Lake, officer to settle in peyote suit (Deseret Morning News) 6/1/06

• • Couple sue to resume their use of peyote (Salt Lake Tribune) 5/18/06

• • U.S. Supreme Court won't hear Indian child welfare case (Indianz.com) 5/2/06

• • Interviews capture Oneida culture (Green Bay Press Gazette) 4/26/06

• • Umatilla tribes: Preserving our native languages (Indianz.com) 4/19/06

• • Strong leader for Wintun (Davis Enterprise) 3/21/06

• • Fishing needed to preserve tribal culture (Montana Kaimin) 3/15/06

• • Mooney says office suppressed evidence (Deseret Morning News) 3/8/06

• • Fisheries Service broadens study on Makah request to resume whaling (Peninsula Daily News) 3/3/06

• • Building cultural bridges Study: Race relations have 'progressed significantly' (Farmington Daily Times) 2/28/06

• • Opinion: Governor should veto peyote bill (Provo Daily Herald) 2/25/06

• • Scholar's Dictionary Of Aztec Language May Take a Lifetime (Wall Street Journal) 2/24/06

• • Ruling may affect Utah peyote case (AP) 2/22/06

• • Peyote limit advances in Senate (Salt Lake Tribune) 2/7/06

• • Menominee revitalize sturgeon-spearing ritual (Appleton Post-Crescent) 2/6/06

• • Speaker emphasizes American Indian representation in media (OUdaily.com) 1/31/06

• • State OKs Nez Perce bison hunt (Bozeman Daily Chronical) 1/31/06

• • Appalachian Confederated Tribes seeking to preserve their ancestors' way of life (Kingsport Times-News) 1/29/06

• • The Projects on the Prairie (Wall Street Journal) 1/27/06

• • Legislator steps up fight to save tribe's language (Portland Press-Herald) 1/23/06

• • Johnson, Herseth join team to save museums (Sioux Falls Argus Leader) 1/23/06

• • Native Americans seeking backing for bill to limit peyote use (Deseret Morning News) 1/19/06

• • Utah seeks to clarify peyote use by Indian tribal members (AP) 1/19/06

• • Telling stories molds our culture (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 1/8/06

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