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Mashantuckets scrapped deal with Calif. tribe
A California Indian tribe that had partnered with the Mashantucket Pequots on a $300 million casino expansion project revealed in a federal lawsuit this month that the Mashantucket...
Lummi's tideland survey has local benefits
Lummi tribal members and employees this summer began surveying the tribe’s 7,000 acres of tidelands to determine what lives there...
Tribal support of Fighting Sioux nickname opposed
Members of the Spirit Lake Sioux tribe who oppose the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname say they will seek reversal of a Tribal Council resolution supporting the...
Tribal artifacts returned
More than 1,400 artifacts stolen from ancient Native American graves and sacred sites in five Western states were returned Thursday to several local tribes...
NIGC offers new database for background information
WASHINGTON – The National Indian Gaming Commission recently announced new technology available to tribes to obtain background information on prospective license applicants...
North Bend files suit against tribe
The city of North Bend is suing the Coquille Indian Tribe and its business entity for breach of contract...
Hopes for casino get a boost
Tribes behind the Beloit Casino Project remain “guardedly optimistic” after a national newspaper this week reported the Obama administration is reconsidering decisions made under t...
Crews fighting wildfire near Arlee
Fire crews worked through Wednesday night in an effort to get a handle on the Saddle Mountain Fire which is burning west of Arlee...
Wampanoag elders again seek financial update
Nine tribe elders staged a sit-in at Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Headquarters yesterday, a second attempt in as many days to get answers about how the tribe's money is spent...
Deal for racetrack may spur casinos
American Indian gambling might be about to gain a major legal toehold in Texas...
Bill may boost Indian Country
Beset by high crime and inadequate health care, South Dakota's Indian reservations could see substantial federal help under a spending bill moving through Congress...
Tribes get $12 million each to build new jails
The state of corrections on two Indian reservations is set to improve, thanks to federal stimulus funds from the U.S. Department of Justice...
Paiutes to celebrate Indian Day
The Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah is celebrating American Indian Day a day early with a two-hour evening of festivities...
Talking Stick Resort set to open early 2010
Lee Allen, Today correspondent
T alking Stick isn’t a stick and doesn’t talk. It is the newest of several enterprises owned and operated by Arizona’s Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community...
The land of many welcomes
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
3 of 3 in a series Kodiak C ama’i. Asirtuq tailuten : “Hello...
Tulalip Resort Casino given AAA Four Diamond Award
TULALIP, Wash. – Tulalip Resort Casino , in the Pacific Northwest, has been honored with the AAA Four Diamond Award...
Federal agency recognizes Oneida Nation Health Clinic for outstanding performance
VERONA, N.Y. – The Oneida Indian Nation has been notified by the U.S...
11th Annual Native American Music Awards nominees announced
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. – Nominations for the 11th Annual Native American Music Awards were recently announced by the Native American Music Association. The awards will be held Oct...
Energy development expert Tracey LeBeau joins practice
PHOENIX – Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP recently announced that energy development expert Tracey A...
Boise woman works to protect American Indian site
The Associated Press
BOISE, Idaho (AP) – A Boise woman has achieved her goal of having protected a sacred American Indian site in Boise and erecting a stone tribute marking the area...
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