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12/04/08 - Wampanoag push forward on casino plan
A faltering economy and a Beacon Hill political stalemate may have quieted the hoopla over casinos in Massachusetts for now, but the Mashpee Wampanoag are marching forward in their...
12/04/08 - Kent officials tell tribe to go to court
A group of Schaghticoke Indians has appealed to state and local officials to prevent a non-member of their tribe from "desecrating our land" in Kent...
12/04/08 - Cut Bank officials listen to Blackfeet concerns about racism
Members of the Blackfeet Tribe detailed incidents of alleged racial discrimination to three Cut Bank city officials at a public meeting here Wednesday night...
12/04/08 - Cayugas go to court to sell cigarettes
A state judge reserved decision Wednesday on whether to allow the Cayuga Indian Nation to resume selling tax-free cigarettes at its two Upstate New York convenience stores...
12/04/08 - Fire Rock takes in $1.2 million on first day
Here it was 2 p.m. on a normal Tuesday on the reservation and Fire Rock Casino was still buzzing with customers...
12/03/08 - Why not a Ute statue at state Capitol?
A bronze Massachusetts Indian chief makes his return to the Utah Capitol sometime this month or next...
12/03/08 - Jurrius files suit against Ute Tribe
12/03/08 - Mount Pleasant invites people to tour its new city hall
Leaders here will dedicate the new city hall in the Historic Borden Building, 320 W. Broadway, at 4:30 p.m. Friday Dec. 5. The public may attend the ceremony and an 8 p.m...
12/03/08 - Donation To Help SD Reservations
Nearly a month after the first severe storm of the season knocked out power to thousands of South Dakotans for weeks, relief efforts are still making their way to the state...
12/03/08 - Council approves settlement ending land-trust dispute
With a single vote Tuesday night, the Shakopee City Council ended a more than 13-year saga over the local tribal land-trust issue...
12/03/08 - Tribe gaming funds to aid local projects
The Gila River Indian Community on Tuesday earmarked $250,000 in gaming revenue money to refurbish a structure at Steele Indian School Park and fund Phoenix programs that fight hun...
12/03/08 - Brown Says Speller Is The 'right Choice' For Foxwoods
G. Michael “Mickey” Brown, the prosecutor-turned-casino maven, says his former employers, the Mashantucket Pequots, got “the right guy” for the job...
12/03/08 - Cayugas going to court to resume cigarette sales
The Cayuga Indian Nation is seeking a court order that would allow the tribe to resume selling tax-free cigarettes at its two upstate New York convenience stores...
Students learn skills in playwriting
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
Northern Idaho – Students on both the Coeur d’Alene and Nez Perce reservations are learning to express their thoughts and feelings at playwriting seminars...
Briggs: Bolivia’s president for change
B olivia’s President Evo Morales came to Washington, D.C...
Muskogee Regional Medical Center and Bacone College form partnership
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
LAWTON, OK – Dr...
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The INROADS organization is a great ally for American Indian students seeking corporate-level employment...
Cherokee Language to be offered at Rogers State University
PRYOR, Okla. – Beginning in the spring semester, Rogers State University will offer Cherokee language courses on its Pryor campus...
12/02/08 - Connecticut casinos take big revenue hit
The economic bad luck has spread to the Connecticut casinos...
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