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Oklahoma Tribe Opens First Business Since HEARTH Act Enacted
A little more than a year after Secretary Sally Jewell...
Navajo Hotel Owners Open a Retreat in Monument Valley
It’s all about the mystical view. That is, the view of...
All Mixed Up, and Thrilled About It: Inside the Tribal Bartending Academy
For Pascua Yaqui tribal member April Vielma, attending the...
Gaming Exclusivity Fees Dip for First Time in Oklahoma
For the first time since 2004, Native American tribes in...
Indian Tax Exemption: What You Need to Know
The claim that Indians do not generally have to pay federal...
Cowlitz Tribe Reclaims Land That Was Once Theirs
In late December of last year, I braved slogging rain,...
Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma Seeks to Close Deal on Texas Racetrack
The Dallas Morning News chronicles the Chickasaw Nation's rise from a cash-strapped tribe in south-central Oklahoma in the early 1990s to the evolution of its business empire, anch...
Five-Part Series Profiles Navajo Business in the Global Marketplace
The Farmington Daily Times is running a five-part series on the Navajo Nation's involvement in the global economy and its potential as it gains access to wireless communications...
South Dakota Conference to Inspire Independent Small Business Growth
Entrepreneurs and those aspiring to start businesses will learn about financing, resources, infrastructure and governance, in addition to what gives a business an "edge" in the com...
Alberta’s Biggest Oil Spill Since 1975 Casts More Doubt on Oil Sands
As details emerge about a 28,000-barrel oil spill from a pipeline rupture in northern Alberta, Canada, environmentalists and indigenous leaders are calling for a halt to the notion...
Poll: 72 Percent Minnesotans Want State Gambling Legalized
A recent Star Tribune poll found that 72 percent of all Minnesota resident adults want to end the tribal monopoly on gambling in the state...
Cattle Restoration on Standing Rock Reservation Gets $5M Federal Grant
Scientists helping the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe restore its land to raise cattle received a $5 million federal grant—one of seven announced May 5 as part of a U.S...
Mohegan Tribe Partners on $600 Million New York Catskills Casino
Mitchell Etess, Mohegan Sun CEO The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority , operators of the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut and Pocono Downs in Plains Township, Pennsylvania, par...
Snoqualmie Casino Appoints New CEO, After $14M CEO Buyout in February
Snoqualmie Casino CEO Jon Jenkins Back in February, inner conflict among the Snoqualmie tribal council triggered the unexpected $14 million buyout of its former casino CEO Mike Bar...
NACA Seeks New Executive Director
The current executive director of the Native American Contractors Association (NACA), Sarah Lukin (Alutiiq), plans to leave Washington D.C. this summer to return home...
Spokane Tribe Unveils STEP program
Jamie SiJohn, PR Director for the Tribe and Chairman Greg Abrahamson share a laugh in front of the land proposed for economic development...
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