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Thing About Skins
O’Kimosh named director of slot operation
MILWAUKEE – Potawatomi Bingo Casino has named Jim O’Kimosh as director of Slot Operations...
Web-based nutrition gaming contest supports president’s initiative
WASHINGTON – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced that USDA Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services is launching the Innovations for Healthy Kids Challenge, which sup...
Additional funding to combat pine beetle infestation available
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Tim Johnson, D-S.D., recently announced that the U.S...
Pala’s $100 million renovation complete
A deluxe petite suite at Pala Casino Spa & Resort. PALA, Calif...
The Show at Agua Caliente nominated ‘Best New Major Concert Venue’
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif...
Twice the celebration at Morongo Casino Resort & Spa
CABAZON, Calif. – Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa celebrated its five year anniversary Dec. 14 with guests during a ceremony at the casino...
Land backlogs at Interior re-examined
WASHINGTON – Bureaucracy at the Interior Department, resulting in backlogs that can quash economic development on tribal lands, is gaining renewed negative attention from Congress...
El Niño poses threat to West Coast oaks, tribal cultures
Debra Utacia Krol, Today correspondent
O fficials at UC Berkeley are warning coastal residents to help prevent the spread of a water-borne mold, the cause of a deadly plant disease threatening California tribal lands...
Save the world, save a buck
Letter to the Editor
You might not know it from the headlines, but most of the discussion on the front lines of new energy production is not about global warming; or saving the planet...
Harrah’s to serve alcohol beginning Dec. 21
CHEROKEE, N.C. – Harrah’s Cherokee Casino & Hotel will soon serve wine and beer on the casino floor. Beginning Dec...
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek awards $1.5 million megajackpot
COCONUT CREEK, Fla. – Seminole Casino Coconut Creek awarded an incredible $1,589,193 Jeopardy MegaJackpot prize to Kennis Collins from Boca Raton, Fla. on Dec. 8...
Red Hawk Casino announces plans for first anniversary celebration
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Red Hawk Casino is pleased to announce several events and promotions to commemorate its first anniversary Dec...
Pascua Yaqui Tribe selects MICROS for its sister casinos
COLUMBIA, Md. – MICROS Systems, Inc...
Fantasy Springs Resort Casino pays out millions
California Nations Indian Gaming Association elects new chairman and treasurer
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California Nations Indian Gaming Association , the largest tribal gaming association in the state, recently announced the election of Daniel J...
Cherokees buy Blue Ribbon Downs racetrack in Okla.
The Associated Press
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The Cherokee Nation has bought Blue Ribbon Downs in Sallisaw, Okla., less than two weeks after the previous owner shuttered the horse racing track...
Copenhagen brings indigenous climate change issues to world stage
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
COPENHAGEN, Denmark – Indigenous peoples of the Amazon, the Arctic, the islands of the Pacific Ocean and communities throughout the world that depend on their natural ecosystem for...
Panel explored myths vs. evidence of Indian gaming
Gale Courey Toensing
LAS VEGAS – After 20 years of Indian gaming, researchers have enough data to determine some of the industry’s impacts on people and communities, but a lot more research needs to be...
Casinos in urban areas would put poor and landless tribes on equal footing with wealthy ones
A growing number of Indian tribes across the country are seeking to build casinos in urban areas far from native lands...
Despite legal accord, there's no quick fix to Indian trust issues
It didn't take long to see that this week's settlement of a class-action lawsuit over federal management of tribal lands won't change life immediately for Native Americans...
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