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'The Gun That Won the West': Morongo Tribe Bids for Purchase of Colt Guns
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians in Banning, Calif., is...
Hooked: Swinomish Fish Co. Supplying Salmon for Haggen Supermarkets
Swinomish Fish Company, owned by the Swinomish Tribe, is...
5 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Buy Native
Looking to buy Native? From mukluks to high heels, and from...
Interior Okays Spokane Tribe Casino; Will Washington Gov. Say ‘Yes’?
The Spokane Tribe’s lengthy quest to construct a Class III...
We Want to Talk: Resolution Copper Breaks Silence Over Land Swap
Amid protests and allegations of corruption surrounding a...
Internet Poker: Good Bet for California Tribes?
California has a full house when it comes to legalized...
High Speed Internet Project in Indian Country Needs Petitions to FCC
Gale Courey Toensing
Project Faces Opposition from “Too Big to Fail” GPS Companies A Native-owned broadband network company that plans to bring high speed Internet access to millions of people and busi...
The New York Times's "Mangled Horses, Maimed Jockeys" Exposes Brutal Underbelly of Horse Racing
It is often painful to read, but the New York Times 's piece " Mangled Horses, Maimed Jockeys ," is still essential for anyone who wants to understand what, exactly, goes on at hor...
WSJ: Indian Businesses Excel With Less Federal Oversight
A recent article in The Wall Street Journal , At Last, Some Bright Spots in Indian Country , highlights how some tribes are managing their businesses better with less federal super...
Indian Country Writer Wins Human Rights Award
Indian Country Today Media Network’s own Vincent Schilling spent some time in the spotlight recently...
Jimmy Buffett Granted Gambling License by Nevada
CBS News and the AP r eport that Nevada gambling regulators have made it possible for famous singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett to share in the gaming revenues from his Margaritaville...
Long Plain First Nation Celebrates $21 Million Loss-of-Use Settlement
Long Plain First Nation has settled its 141-year-old loss-of-use claim with the Canadian government for $21.3 million, tying off the loose ends of its 1994 land-claim settlement...
Four Bands Community Fund to Lend $2 Million to Grow B2B Commerce
After lending nearly $1 million to fund business-to-consumer development on the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (CRST) reservation in South Dakota last year, Four Bands Community Fund n...
Reno's Struggling Gaming Market Casts Light on Indian Casinos' Success
Northern California's Indian casinos are devastating the market in Reno, Nevada, reported the Sacramento Bee ...
Poll: Michigan Residents Nix More Casinos
Gale Courey Toensing
Just weeks after a report in Michigan’s local press that plans were in the works to develop 22 new casinos in the state, a new opinion poll shows Michigan residents are opposed to ...
Hunting the Rez Magazine’s Outdoor Expo a Huge Hit
When a small group of family and friends decided to take the plunge into the deep waters of the outdoor magazine world a year ago, they had a mutual love of the outdoors, a desire ...
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