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CasinOmaha Closes Its Doors Due to Money Concerns
CasinOmaha suddenly closes it's doors, laying off about 180 employees. Officials say the closing is temporary, but there's no firm time frame for re-opening...
Official says Sturgis casino unlikely in near term
Don't look for an Indian casino in Sturgis any time soon, if at all. State Rep...
Tribal dissidents fight oil pipeline in northern Minnesota
Saying the environmental damage to their native brothers' land in Canada is too great, tribal dissidents on two Minnesota Indian reservations are battling a major new oil pipeline ...
Island may be given to tribe
The owner of an island in the Pocomoke Sound said he wants to turn it over to an Indian tribe and "have it be a resource that brings people to Somerset County." Carl Ifert, who own...
Onawa Indian casino suspends operations
The Omaha tribe on Tuesday indefinitely shut down Casino Omaha, a tribal-owned gambling facility near Onawa in western Iowa...
Blockade seeks to stop drinking on reservation
Activists plan a blockade on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation north of Whiteclay, Neb., home to several outlets that sell beer to residents of the dry reservation...
Comanche Nation names Mike Burgess new leader
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
NNABA strongly supports Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
Tribes net $28 million windfall
On Saturday, there was a run on Central Bank and Trust branches in Lander and Riverton. But this run was both expected and peaceful...
Trenton Chippewa try for recognition as separate tribe
When Tony Moran grew up in the Trenton area, people lived in houses made of the wood from railroad tracks and hauled lake water home in barrels...
Tribe Breaks Ground on Housing Project
The dream of one day owning a home is for some, financially out of reach...
Sullivan casino players still in the game
A big gambling meeting was held last week at the Gideon Putnam Resort in Saratoga Springs, and everybody who wants to build an Indian casino in Sullivan County was there...
Grand Traverse tribe member gets life for child assaults
A member of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians was sentenced to life in prison today in a Grand Rapids federal court for sexually assaulting three child tribe m...
Tribal Leaders Optimistic About New Administration
The Great Plains Tribal Chairman`s Association met Monday on the Standing Rock Reservation where they got to express concerns to White House staff...
Cherokee museum plans expansion
The Museum of the Cherokee Indian is well on its way to raising enough money for an expansion in the North Carolina mountains...
Rekindle your spirit at Native-themed spas
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
Regardless of cultural background, people from all walks of life enjoy being pampered...
Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia denied VCI support for state recognition
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
Reviving a fishing tradition
Sanra Ritten, Today correspondent
S urrounded by precipitous cliffs on the shores of the Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada a Native family on the First Nations Chippewas of Nawash reservation is sustained by fish fro...
Crow chairman visits Obama in Oval Office
Susan Olp, Of The Gazette
WASHINGTON – Cedric Black Eagle, chairman of the Crow Nation, knew he’d be in Washington, D.C., last month to discuss energy policy with officials and politicians...
From bingo hall to Hollywood: An up and coming Native writer
Eva Thomas, Today correspondent
J ust over a year ago, Steve Judd, Kiowa/Choctaw, was working at a Bingo Hall in Goldsby, Okla.; today, he is working as a writer in Hollywood...
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