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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,...
Legislation for Rio Tinto Copper Mine on Sacred Land Slips Into Defense Bill
Gale Courey Toensing
Lawmakers have slipped a piece of legislation that would allow a massive copper mine in southeast Arizona on public land that is sacred to the Apaches into a defense bill that must...
Mining Company and Execs Charged With Clean Water Act Felonies in Alaska
In a first for Alaska, a mining company and five of its executives have been criminally indicted under the federal Clean Water Act for allegedly dumping toxic waste into the Salmon...
Navajo Nation Purchases 65 Acres of Land, Revises Criminal Codes
More than 65 acres purchased by the Navajo Nation in Farmington, New Mexico, will be used for commercial purposes by its Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise, according to a resolution ...
Tribal Development Director Receives National Gaming Recognition
Israel Stone, Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, the Tribal Development Director for Little River Casino Resort (LRCR) in Manistee, Michigan was recently honored with a prestigio...
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Tribe Could Put Name on Phoenix Suns Arena
The US Airways Center in Phoenix, which is home to the NBA Phoenix Suns and WNBA Phoenix Mercury, is getting a new naming rights sponsor and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Com...
San Francisco Peaks: Arizona’s Snowbowl Opens to Protests Over Thanksgiving Weekend
The polar vortex has not made it to Arizona despite record low temperatures and storms elsewhere in the United States, and Thanksgiving weekend marked the second straight year that...
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribe Announces Massive Gaming Expansion Project
A $27.4 million casino expansion project is underway for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the sole shareholder of S&K Gaming...
NIGA’s Stevens Inducted to Gaming Hall of Fame; Receives Leadership Award
Gale Courey Toensing
This autumn has been a season of high honors for the leader of the National Indian Gaming Association. NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens Jr...
Cherokee Nation Earns Tulsa Hall of Fame Induction
The Cherokee Nation will be inducted into the Tulsa City-County Library Hall of Fame next month...
Court Ruling Hamstrings EPA Attempts to Block Pebble Mine With Clean Water Act
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