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SMSC Makes $176,500 in Holiday Donations
Washburn on Land Buy-Back Program
Winter Solstice With Shooting Stars
A Look Back at the 2012 Non-Apocalypse
5 Pow Wow Treats for Santa
Indians Protect Bozeman Trail
Apsaalooke Warriors Complex Coming
Why Jews Want Snyder to Drop 'Redskins'
Harper’s Nomination Derails in Senate
Blue-footed Boobies in the Galapagos
Photographer of Inuit Life Walks On
Enbridge Pipeline Approved in B.C.
Anaya: Native Consultation ‘Incipient’
Pow Wow From a Dancer's Point of View
Native 8-man Football Teams Dominate WA
12 Days of Posters: Fragua vs. Redskins
Beyoncé Evades NSA; Batman Takes Austin!
Brothers Pioneer Aquaponic Farming
Montana’s Pipeline to Prison & Suicide
Things About Skins
01/13/09 - Meth Training Course Targets Indian Country
Sixty-five people were registered for the two day seminar which was supported by the Department of Justice...
01/13/09 - Group aims to boost Native American graduation rate
The current education system is in crisis as evidenced by 1.2 million high school dropouts nationwide among all ethnic groups, says a university professor who advocates reform.
01/13/09 - Northern Arapaho cultural leader dies
Helen Cedar Tree, the oldest member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe and a longtime supporter of tribal community and cultural preservation efforts, has died. She was 96...
01/13/09 - Clipper Windpower And The Confederated Tribes Of The Colville...
Clipper Windpower, Inc...
01/13/09 - Feds pay Tulalips and others for poor salmon returns on Fraser River
The Tulalips and eight other local American Indian tribes will share $2 million with nontribal fishermen to compensate for the lack of sockeye salmon from the Fraser River...
01/13/09 - Harrah's Cherokee to cut jobs
Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel is facing job cuts for the first time in its 11-year history, company officials said Monday...
01/13/09 - Tribes, state share earned partnership
Tribe-state relationships in North Dakota have always been complicated; however, the recent efforts to find common ground and practical responses to shared issues appear to have ti...
01/13/09 - S.D. American Indian newspaper folds
The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe in Flandreau has ended publication of its weekly newspaper the Dakota/Lakota Journal...
01/13/09 - Members Of San Pasqual Indian Band Denied Voting Privileges
About 50 members of the San Pasqual Indian Band were denied voting privileges because of a longstanding feud over their blood ties, it was reported Tuesday.Angela Martinez-McNeal s...
Forward funding tops tribal college priority list
Unkechaug files discrimination suit against Suffolk County
Gale Courey Toensing
POOSPATUCK RESERVATION, N.Y...
Fraud charges cloud future of Massachusetts casino plan
Coyote Valley hires new management team
REDWOOD VALLEY, Calif. – The Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians, owners and operators of Coyote Valley Casino, formerly Coyote Valley Shodakai Casino, announced Dec...
Yakamas give holiday cheer in cash
Robert Chan promoted at Foxwoods
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. – Foxwoods Resort Casino announce the promotion of Robert Chan to Senior Vice President, Asian Marketing Dec. 19...
Foxwoods Resort Casino introduces the Rolling Chip
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. – Foxwoods Resort Casino announced Dec. 19 the introduction of the Rolling Chip, a new and exciting option for the serious gamer...
Casino presents community support check
AKWESASNE TERRITORY, N.Y. – The Akwesasne Mohawk Casino held a special event Dec. 18, to recognize their top-performing employees, who then presented the St...
Red Hawk Casino celebrated a successful opening
PLACERVILLE, Calif. – Red Hawk Casino welcomed approximately 25,000 guests as it officially opened its doors to the public Dec. 17...
Longtime gaming holdout Navajos open tribal casino
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press
GALLUP, New Mexico (AP) – After years of saying no to tribal gaming, the Navajo Nation has opened its first casino, Fire Rock, east of Gallup, N.M...
Peripheral theme at CNIGA: Layoffs, recession
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – At least 450 Indian casino jobs have been terminated in California...
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