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Ho-Chunk Nation Donates $25,000 to Flood-Ravaged Bad River Ojibwe
The Ho-Chunk Nation is giving $25,000 to the Bad River...
‘Shared Vision’ Drives Native Couple's Creation of Main Street Event Center
By the winter of 2015, the Norman, Oklahoma-based deejay...
NIGC: 2015 Experienced Largest Tribal Revenue Gain in a Decade
Yesterday the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC)...
Spokane Tribe Celebrates Final Okay to Build Casino
The mood was celebratory as Spokane tribal members and...
Tribal Incubator Bill to Foster Entrepreneurship, Close the Employment Gap in Native Communities
A new bill to establish and fund business incubators in...
Finding the Fair Way: Notah Begay III’s NB3 Consulting Helps Tribes Navigate the Business Side of Golf
Golf can be a sanctuary for those seeking a few hours of...
Indian Country Business Today
Comcast Supports Denver Indian Center
Sage Apodaca, 10, Blackfoot/Southern Ute is writing a thank-you note after a class in digital storytelling at Denver Indian Center using skills that may be enhanced under a recentl...
PBS Newshour Profiles the Use of Public Lands for Private Energy Development
Recently PBS Newshour profiled the issue of private gas drilling on public lands as part of a series the network is doing to study changes in U.S. energy production...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country
It's Sunday, which means we're bringing you some of the big stories out of Indian country this week: -Rob Capriccioso has been covering the Cobell settlement for us (and there has ...
Coeur d’Alene’s Restructure Gaming Payouts to Support Education in Idaho
The Coeur d’Alene Tribe has donated over $18 million to education since 1994...
Department of Energy Collaborates to Recruit Native Students
The U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) has been working to develop a strong relationship with Indian Tribes over the past few years...
Wanda Batchelor: The First Tribal Chairwoman of the Washoe Talks About Empowering Her People
Wanda Batchelor has broken through many barriers in her lifetime. She became the first Native American cadet graduate of the Auburn Police Department...
Battle of the Little Bighorn Site For Sale
Garryowen, Montana—a western town known the world over as the site of the Battle of the Little Bighorn where, in 1876, General George Armstrong Custer and his hubristic 7 th Cavalr...
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Adding Hooters Restaurant to Shopping Center
The Pavilions at Talking Stick (Pavilions Facebook) What might be Native America’s first Hooters Restaurant is setting up shop on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Reservation , ...
Shelly Signs Bills to Approve Alcohol Sale and Acceptance of Land
On August 1, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly approved two legislative bills, the first one was the go ahead for sale of liquor at Twin Arrows Resort and Casino near Flagstaff, A...
Alaska Philanthropist Mary Louise Rasmuson Walks On at 101
Mary Louise Rasmuson, whose family foundation has awarded more than $200 million in grants to Alaska nonprofit organizations like the Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritag...
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