The Eastern Shawnee Tribe recently embarked on a $34 million expansion to its Indigo Sky Casino in Northeast Oklahoma. The tribe is adding a seven-story, 128-room hotel, plus a 600-seat ballroom event center, as well as other facilities.
Gaming tribes in Oklahoma have paid the state more than $1....
Tribes are doubling down on casino-resort expansions and...
Soboba Vice Chairman Isaiah Vivanco is congratulated by Christopher Deschene, Director of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy Policy & Programs, with Soboba Tribal Council Members, Tribal Members, and other dignitaries present at the Sob
Demonstrating the tribe's commitment to sustainable ...
Joanne Israel, Seneca, says success boils down to hard work: "If you are the best in your class, best in your field, best in your department, you will be successful."
One of the National Indian Gaming Association's (NIGA)...
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Many tribes and Native-owned businesses are getting rich...
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An important decision by a Federal judge has a small band...
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Indian Country Business Today

ICTMN Staff
11/22/10
The Navajo Nation risks losing $18 million in taxes, royalty and lease fees in upcoming years due to proposed changes at Four Corners Power Plant ...
ICTMN Staff
11/22/10
The USDA has finalized the pilot Biomass Crop Assistance Program, which will help farmers get matching payments for delivering nonfood feedstocks to cellulosic ethanol plants, repo...
ICTMN Staff
11/17/10
Thinkstock Native American farmers and ranchers will receive postal notices soon about their legal rights and options to receive compensation from the $760 million Keepseagle v...
ICTMN Staff
11/17/10
A Native American delegation representing 17 tribes from at least 10 U.S...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/12/10
SAN CARLOS, Arizona—Land swap legislation that would pave the way for a controversial copper mining operation on land that is sacred to the Apaches is inching forward in the Senate...
ICTMN Staff
12/29/09
Haven't politicians gambled enough with the possible extinction of the Florida Panther?...
Staff reports
11/30/09
MINNEAPOLIS – The Minneapolis American Indian Center received a $149,770 planning grant from the Administration for Native Americans for the Healing Generations project...

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