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Interior approves $5M in royalties for tribes
The U.S. Interior Department has cleared a significant backlog in oil and gas royalty payments on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., said Wednesday...
Governor's action brings relief to six cities in valley
Coachella Valley breathed a collective sigh of relief Wednesday after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger authorized $30 million in Indian gaming-funded grants to cities and counties...
Tribe Obtains Otsego County Land
An Upper Peninsula indian tribe is finally growing their land in Otsego County, after more than a decade of trying...
Tribe, developer, environmental groups announce major shoreline deal
An American Indian tribe and the developer of a planned billion-dollar casino resort at Point Molate have reached a deal with local environmental groups that calls for at least $48...
Keepseagle earns settlement agreement
WASHINGTON – Native American farmers and ranchers alleging discrimination by the federal government have earned a settlement agreement from the Obama administration that could tota...
Tribe deprived of rights
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. – Tribal citizens are no stranger to having their rights trampled on...
Career Day for Native American Students Showcases Tribal Jobs
It was a day of possibilities, of fulfilling their human potential — and of getting out of school...
Pearce tries to intervene in gaming legislation
Saying he has a “unique duty” to protect the interests of Arizona residents, state Sen...
Whatcom County tribes, two groups receive more than $2.6 million to help salmon
Whatcom County tribes, government and nonprofits are being awarded more than $2.6 million to protect endangered salmon and restore their habitat here...
Tribe celebrates with powwow
Sandra Kroah had always wanted to learn more about Native American cultures and customs...
New Mexico Awards $2.2 Million For Tribal Infrastructure Improvements
“Today I am pleased to announce nearly $2.2 million dollars for vital tribal infrastructure in communities across the state, “Governor Richardson said...
DAR has program on Indian tribes
The Tenassee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met Sept. 29 in the Community Room at Heritage Bank with Eleana McCoy as hostess...
Vallejo woman hits $1.5 million jackpot at Cache Creek
BROOKS, Calif. – Eleanor Pelobello of Vallejo had just put a few dollars into a $1 Wheel of Fortune slot machine Oct...
Entries being accepted for prestigious Tribal Gaming Marketing Award
D oes it take a huge budget to produce innovative and excellent marketing work? No...
Senecas gain allies in dispute over profits
At least four lawmakers are now allies of the Seneca Indian Nation in the tribe’s battle with the governor’s office over the sharing of casino profits with local governments and no...
Third quarter big wins at Turning Stone top $3.7 million
Cherokee Nation promoting awareness through Lead Poisoning Prevention Week
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation is joining with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in recognizing the week of Oct...
Trahant: We are like the rest of the world – we’re getting older
O ne of the philosophical debates in this election is about the notion of “American exceptionalism.” This is the concept that America is uniquely qualified to lead the world becaus...
Holy Road. …
J ake Swamp-Tekaronhianeken, 68, the Wolf Clan Mohawk diplomat, author, teacher, chief, husband, father, grandparent and great-grandparent passed into the spirit world Oct...
Film chronicles Plains Indian tribe
Explorers Lewis and Clark heard tales of a fierce people to the west when they holed up with the Mandan and Hidatsa during the brutal winter of 1804-05...
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