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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
Record Fine Proposed for Enbridge for 2010 Michigan Oil Spill
Enbridge Inc. faces a proposed $3.7 million fine plus 24 enforcement actions for a crude-oil spill from a pipeline in the Kalamazoo River system in Michigan in July 2010, the U.S...
Navajo Nation Receives First Gaming Payout
After restructuring and consolidating its four loans that fund its casinos into one, the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise (NNGE) presented the tribe with its first payout on June 28...
Hopi Arts Trail To Support Tribal Artists and Spur Economic Development
Micah Loma'omvaya, a Hopi anthropologist and archaeologist, guides tours of the Hopi mesas and villages...
Ojibwe Language Signage Now in 150 Minnesota Businesses
Ojibwe/English signage is now being displayed at 150 businesses, a new record for the Ojibwe Language Project...
Interior Green Lights First Commercial Solar Energy Project on Indian Trust Lands
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has approved the first ever utility-scale solar energy project on tribal trust lands...
Exporting: Exploring Business Opportunities in the Global Market Place
As our tribal Nations unfold into a global society of Indigenous people, so do our economic opportunities...
Right Whale Returns From Brink of Extinction Thanks to Cooperation
A simple tweak to shipping lanes has brought the North Atlantic right whale back from the brink of extinction and into New Brunswick waters...
Delaware Becomes First State to Legalize Online Gaming
On Thursday, Delaware's Democratic Gov. Jack Markell approved online casino gambling within the state's borders...
Natural Gas Deposit in British Columbia Called Biggest in North America
Apache Corp. has found a massive gas deposit under a shale field in northern British Columbia, a type of deposit that is often extracted via hydraulic fracturing, or fracking...
‘Litefoot’, New President and CEO of NCAIED Pushes for Indian Country To Expand Its Global Footing
Gary Davis, a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and a successful entrepreneur, was named the president and chief executive officer of the National Center for American India...
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