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AMERIND Risk Reminders During National Safety Month: Preventative Measures Can Save Homes, Property & Lives
SANTA ANA PUEBLO, New Mexico— The nation’s only 100 percent...
Mashantucket Pequots Set Sights on Casino Venture in Mississippi
If you want to be successful, sometimes you have to think...
NIGA Celebrates Capitol Hill Headquarters Expansion
A historical row house was joined with a carriage house to...
KeyBank: Strengthening Tribal Independence Through Energy Development
Achieving economic self-sufficiency plays a major role in...
Alabama-Coushatta Casino Operating in East Texas After 14-Year Absence, Texas Won't Comment
It's been more than a decade since the State of Texas...
Fertile Ground II: Food and Health in Indian Country
When funders with open minds meet with “moccasins on the...
Indian Country Business Today
Cherokee Nation Sues Interior for United Keetoowah Band’s Two-Acre Trust Land
Gale Courey Toensing
The Cherokee Nation and its business arm, Cherokee Nation Entertainment, have sued Interior Department officials for taking into trust a small parcel of land where the United Keeto...
Oneida Nation Foundation Donates to Advance Literacy in Central New York
The Oneida Indian Nation has contributed $5,000 to the Friends of the Central Library (FOCL) to support efforts to advance literacy in Central New York communities, states a press ...
Mohawk Ironworkers Protest Alcoa’s Mex-Tex Hires
Gale Courey Toensing
Members of the 440 Local Iron Workers union are demanding the giant multinational corporation, Alcoa company, hire the local Mohawk ironworkers...
Kumeyaay Nation’s Golden Acorn Casino Partners With DoubleDown Casino
The Campo, California-based Golden Acorn Casino & Travel Center , owned and operated by the Kumeyaay Nation , will host the free-play DoubleDown Casino application on its websi...
Northwest Tribes and EPA Agree on Cleanup Plan for Upper Coeur d’Alene River Basin
It has taken more than 30 years, but the U.S...
Veterans Affairs Looking for a Few Good Native Men (and Women) for Mortgages
Native veterans: Purchase or construct a home on trust lands through the Native American Direct Loan Program...
Colville Tribes Head to Court Against Teck Resources on September 10
The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation will get their day in court on September 10 against Teck Resources, a Canadian smelter that over the course of a century dumped ...
Osoyoos Indian Band's Nk'Mip Winery Rakes in Awards, Pulls in Busloads of Visitors
Osoyoos, British Columbia—The verdant, grapevine-swathed hills roll off into the distance, drawing the eye to a backdrop of purple mountains...
Navajo Family Overjoyed to Receive 200th Home From IRT, Complete With Running Water
On August 16 in Gallup, New Mexico, incoming residents of the 200th house built free-of-charge by Operation Footprint for local, less fortunate Navajo families cut a red ribbon in ...
Navajo Nation Cuts Budget by $5M; 28 Job to Be Cut
On August 27, the Navajo Council Budget and Finance Committee unanimously approved the Executive Branches Fiscal Year 2013 budget and with it came the news of 28 jobs being cut acc...
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