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Trustee Appeals Tribal Bond Ruling
The trustee who represents owners of $46.6 million of taxable tribal gaming revenue bonds issued for the Lac du Flambeau tribe in Wisconsin is appealing a federal judge’s ruling th...
NCUA Charters Chippewa Eagle FCU
The NCUA approved a charter for the Chippewa Eagle Federal Credit Union, located in Mount Pleasant, Mich. today...
Indian lawsuit moves closer to settlement
Lawmakers are moving forward with a plan to pay thousands of Indians across the country a total of $3.4 billion to settle a long-running class-action lawsuit over the federal misma...
Appeals court decision keeps Osage casinos in jeopardy
A federal appeals court on Tuesday denied the Osage Nation’s motion to rehear a case over whether Osage County is an Indian reservation. A panel of the 10th U.S...
Tribe ready to kick off Standish Powwow
The warm weather is here and that must mean that it’s time to get ready for the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe’s third annual Honoring Saganing Powow...
Choctaw Nation launches D.A.R.E. program
DURANT, Okla. – The Drug Abuse Resistance Education, or D.A.R.E. , program has been around since 1983, but has only recently made its way to the Choctaw Nation ...
American Indian College Fund receives donations
DENVER – The American Indian College Fund received a gift of more than $11,000 from the Boise, Idaho-based Ben Plucknett Charitable Trust and through a donation of $20,000, the Mor...
Mother works for future of her reservation
Jenny Michael, The Bismarck Tribune
Lobbyist Told 'If This Were a War Party, You'd Be Shot' at Indian Commission Meeting
Lobbyist Mark Greene, who represents the Oklahoma-based Cherokee Nation, contends he was threatened at a contentious Saturday meeting of the Tennessee Commission on Indian Affairs...
Homestead association opens outdoor marketplace on Kauai
ANAHOLA, Kauai – The nonprofit Anahola Hawaiian Homes Association opened its outdoor marketplace April 30 at the entrance to Anahola, on Kuhio Highway, the largest Hawaiian Homeste...
Archaeologists work on ancient ruins as dam construction begins
A site once occupied by prehistoric Puebloan people, which includes multiple American Indian remains, is being excavated before the place is scraped away to make room for a dam and...
Santa Ana Star Casino hires new advertising manager
SANTA ANA PUEBLO, N.M. – Santa Ana Star Casino has hired Bob Buhl as its new advertising manager...
Cherokee Nation recognized by Native American Finance Officers Association
T he Cherokee Nation was recently honored with two financial leadership awards for its innovative efforts in tribal finance and economic development...
Chickasaw Nation opens CNG station
ADA, Okla. – Chickasaw Nation Gov...
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe – Economic Development Office receives award
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – The U.S. Small Business Administration awarded Tribal Economic Development Director Steven B...
Certification program provides critical tools for tribal finance officers and staff
Aquinnah pitch Fall River casino
A second federally recognized Indian tribe is courting Fall River as the site for a casino...
Schaghticoke files U.S. Supreme Court cert on federal acknowledgment reversal
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has petitioned the U.S...
Trahant: Tribes are employers – and there is a mandate
W e’re still confused about the new health care insurance law...
University of Michigan hires staff to assist in returning Native American remains
The University of Michigan is hiring two new staff members to help return Native American remains and objects from its museum collection to tribes that can show a geographical link...
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