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NIGA, Indian National Finals Rodeo Unite for Suicide Prevention
Suicide, a problem drastically impacting tribal communities...
30 Years of NIGA: Tribal Gaming's Unique History and Purpose
To close out the National Indian Gaming Association's (NIGA...
10 Indian-Owned Businesses Receive TERO Awards
Thursday night, hundreds of Native businesses owners...
Wiring the Rez: Conference to Inspire Tribal Digital Sovereignty
The digital revolution is overdue in reaching some parts of...
Genetically Engineered Salmon Safe to Eat: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
First corn, and now salmon. The U.S. Food and Drug...
New Philanthropy Guide Brings Indigenous Funding to the Fore
Indigenous Peoples are emerging as key global players when...
Nunatsiavut Shores Up Transport Chain With Labrador Air Deal
With an eye toward strengthening the supply and transport chain throughout the north, the Nunatsiavut government’s economic corporation in Newfoundland and Labrador has bought a co...
Ninth Circuit Allows Recycled Sewage on Sacred San Francisco Peaks
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A federal appeals court has given an Arizona ski resort operating on federal land permission to use recycled sewage to make artificial snow on Humphrey’s Peak—the highest and the m...
Plan Nord to Include Protection for 50 Percent of Northern Quebec
Quebec Premier Jean Charest has announced a plan to protect 50 percent of the province’s northern wilderness from industrial development with a strategy that leans heavily upon con...
Senate Hearing to Address Internet Gaming: 'What's at Stake for Tribes'
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee is holding an oversight hearing this afternoon on Internet gaming pertaining to the Department of Justice's recent opinion concerning the Wire A...
Caesars' Shares Rise 79 Percent in First Day of Trading
Caesars Entertainment Corp.'s shares increased 79 percent on Wednesday in its first day of trading on the Nasdaq, after the company sold a small fraction of its stock to investors,...
Osoyoos Indian Band Land to Host New Prison
The Osoyoos Indian Band is about to be home to British Columbia’s newest provincial prison...
Alaska Native Corps Face New Wave of Scrutiny
WASHINGTON – Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs) are gearing up for a new round of attacks, as the U.S...
Nine Graduate From Navajo Generating Station's 'Do or Die School'
Nine men recently graduated from the Navajo Generating Station's (NGS) intensive entry training program...
AAA Awards Two Seneca Gaming Corp. Hotels Four Diamond Rating
Two Upstate New York hotels operated by Seneca Gaming Corp...
Hundreds Prayed Outside Broken Arrow Casino Site
Hundreds of church-goers lined the sidewalks surrounding the construction site of the Red Clay Casino in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma on Sunday, holding prayer cards and asking God to in...
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