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Best Indian Food 2013: Red Chile Stew with Pork

Best Indian Food 2013: Red Chile Stew with Pork

This is part four in a series on Best Indian Food 2013. Also read: Smothered Muskrat, Tail Off, Teeth Showing; Salmon Roasted Over an Alder Fire Pit; and Slow-Cooked Corn Soup. Seeds and cattle are at the heart of Norma Naranjo’s life at the Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo, where lives...

Calling for an Indian Theseus

Should Indians allow non-Indians to vote when they reside on Indian land and are affected by the outcome of the election? The instinctive reaction is “No way!” and defending that reaction is so simple it’s hard to understand the charge of unfairness. I’ve chosen to live in Texas, my...
Stimulus funds targeted to fight crime

Stimulus funds targeted to fight crime

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The U.S. Department of Justice is committed to helping American Indian communities battle a rising tide of violence against women and children, gang activity and other crime, a top agency official said Sept. 21. Associate Attorney General Tom Perrelli said Indian communities have done a tremendous fighting...

Tribes ‘oversubscribed’ to bonding authority program

WASHINGTON – The Treasury Department has been eager to report that tribes have overwhelmingly taken advantage of bonding authority provisions granted under the stimulus act. But Native American financial experts said there have been some key flaws in the program. In a ceremony held in New Mexico Sept. 15, Deputy...

Senate approves ABQ Indian School land transfer bill

WASHINGTON – The Senate on Oct. 6 approved a bipartisan bill written by U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici to place the remaining 18 acres of the old Albuquerque Indian School property into trust for future economic development by 19 New Mexico pueblos. The Senate passed the Albuquerque Indian Schools (S...

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The Battle For Mesa Prieta’s Petroglyphs

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