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Continuing a growing trend
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
The First Nations Golf Association continues to grow. The men’s professional golf tour, restricted to aboriginal players, began with a single event in 2005 in Minnesota...
Apache Stronghold Golf Course reopens after recession shutdown
Michelle Tirado, Today correspondent
SAN CARLOS, Ariz. – The Apache Stronghold Golf Course , part of the Apache Gold Casino Resort , has reopened after being shut down temporarily in February...
Oweesta’s 10-year ‘Commitment to Action’
Patti Jo King, Today correspondent
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Fulfilling its pledge to invest in people, First Nations Oweesta Corporation has announced a long term plan to invest in Native communities...
Supervisors return Yavapai-Apache tribe's $50,000
It is not that the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors could not use the $50,000 from the Yavapai-Apache Nation under the provisions of Proposition 202 gaming revenue, but the Nati...
Native American leadership linked to tribal economy
Two business experts delivered powerful messages to Indian Country economic-development advocates Monday during the Montana Indian Business Alliance conference...
Tulalip tribal government's new home comes together
A building boom on the Tulalip Indian Reservation has resulted in a new gem: a $28 million tribal government building scheduled to open early this summer...
Tribal leader nears top of a power list in state
We always knew Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Chairman Richard Milanovich was a force to be reckoned with...
Tribal advocate Wapato, 73, dies
Sherman T. “Tim” Wapato, a member of the Colville Confederated Tribes and advocate for tribal sovereignty, died at his home in Rapid City, S.D., of heart failure Sunday at age 73...
Former judge sues Ute Tribe
Larry Kee Yazzie was the Ute Indian Tribe's chief judge for a little more than a year. Now, he is suing his former employer for breach of contract...
Despite Threats, Casino Smoking Ban Advances
Despite threats of legal action and a potential battle over nearly $400 million a year in slot-machine revenue currently added to state coffers, a key legislative committee voted M...
Wanapum Heritage Center honors the River People
Estar Holmes, Today correspondent
Denver March Powwow begins the season
Cliff Matias, Today correspondent
DENVER – For more than 35 years, the Denver March Powwow has been the unofficial kickoff of the pow wow season, and it was no different for 2009...
Obama selects EchoHawk for BIA
WASHINGTON – Confirming previous reports by Indian Country Today, President Barack Obama announced April 10 that he plans to nominate Larry EchoHawk as assistant secretary for Indi...
Official says gaming compact makes minor changes
Chet Brokaw, Associated Press Writer
d’Errico: Can federal Indian ‘trust’ be trusted?
T he claim of a “trust doctrine” in relation to Native nations is the most widely cited concept in federal Indian law...
Relay For Life kicks off 2009 season
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – According to the American Cancer Society , one in three Americans will be diagnosed with cancer...
Tribally-run nursing home in the works for Comanche Nation
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
PNE completes second Native convenience store, gas station
GRAND MOUND, Wash...
Tigua leader’s past could hamper gaming bid
The Associated Press
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Legislation to allow casino gaming in Texas, already on shaky ground, could be further hampered by the criminal record of the leader of one of the American Ind...
Stepping up to the challenge
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