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Wyandotte casino survives another challenge
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – An appeal by three Midwestern tribal nations over another tribe’s casino in downtown Kansas City was dismissed in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals after some 14 years of ...
Small changes; big impact
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
M aybe you made the New Year’s resolution to lose weight. If so, great, because the weight you’re at really does make a difference in determining cancer risk...
Conferences can be the key to graduate school
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – The majority of students who participated in the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering , Inc...
La. casino winnings fall in August
Alan Sayre, AP Business Writer
NEW ORLEANS – Louisiana’s state-licensed casinos, which have been fighting for fewer wagering dollars during the lengthy economic downturn, recorded a small dip in gambling revenue...
Lummi carver donates totem pole to Ferndale school
John Stark, The Bellingham Herald
Alaska Native returns to University of Hawaii and Native nonprofit to intern
HONOLULU – Quinn Carroll, a business administration major from a small village in Alaska is heading back to Hawaii to continue his education...
Chickaloon Village fights coal mine on sacred territory
Gale Courey Toensing
CHICKALOON VILLAGE, Alaska – The Chickaloon Tribe has promised to use everything in its power to stop a mining project it says will violate its freedom of religion rights and endan...
Minority business ownership increases at alarming rate
Letter to the Editor
The number of minority-owned businesses increased by 45.6 percent to 5.8 million between 2002 and 2007, more than twice the national rate of all U.S...
Oneida sues state over cigarette tax collection scheme
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