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Thing About Skins
Expert: Governor won’t open talks with tribe on Middleboro casino
Gov. Deval Patrick isn’t likely to begin negotiating a casino deal with the Mashpee Wampanoags, as the tribe’s new chairman hopes, a UMass gambling researcher said Tuesday...
Rep. Norma Chávez files gaming bill
The Tiguas in El Paso are taking another shot at the Texas Legislature, hoping this will be the year that lawmakers will allow them to restart gambling at Speaking Rock Casino.Stat...
Tax would target sale of tribal land
It could soon become more expensive for Tulalip tribal members who want to develop reservation land and sell it to non-Indians...
Waters still turbulent in Klamath dam deal
Northern California Indian tribes and conservationists on Tuesday express disparities over whether the state's lead water quality agency should give more time to negotiations or fo...
Cowlitz casino request in hands of D.C. officials
The Cowlitz Indian Tribe's request to establish a 152-acre reservation, along with building a $510 million casino complex, is in the hands of federal decision makers in Washington,...
Cody Hall lands a ‘Nugget’ of a job
Sam Laskaris, Today correspondent
RAPID CITY, S.D. – Cody Hall got a bit more than he bargained for when a new minor professional hockey team came to his hometown...
Plans advance for proposed casino
The work by federal, tribal and local officials completed this year will play a large role in whether a proposed American Indian casino becomes a reality at the site that includes ...
Truck stop with casino seen as a quick economic fix for Sturgis
The Sturgis City Commission approved working with a Bloomfield Hills developer on a retail and commercial development just two weeks after he proposed it...
Slot wins down at two casinos
Conn. - Slot winnings at Connecticut's two Indian casinos were down in January from a year ago, continuing to slide with the economy...
Water flow a reality?
U.S Rep. Ben Ray Lujan introduced a package of bills in the House this week focused on land conservation and water availability...
Tribe member seeks separate Veterans Day
American Indians from Maine have served in every war since the American Revolution, according to decorated World War II veteran Charles Shay of Indian Island, and it is time they w...
Blackfeet water rights compact a step closer
A House panel on Monday moved the long-debated Blackfeet water rights compact one step closer to ratification...
Buffalo Thunder resort off to 'dismal' start
Pojoaque Pueblo Gov. George Rivera on Monday acknowledged that the giant new resort opened last summer on tribal land north of Santa Fe is off to a slow start...
Wampanoag tribe seeks casino talks
Cedric Cromwell, the newly elected Mashpee Wampanoag tribal council chairman, says he will ask Gov. Deval Patrick to begin formal negotiations for a casino in Middleboro...
NC runway expansion plan upsets Cherokee leader
The leader of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is upset with plans to remove just 25% of the American Indian artifacts from the site of an airport runway expansion in North Car...
Shining Elk Sundance success
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va...
NABI more than basketball
Gyasi Ross, Special to Today
There are more than 560 distinct Native nations within the United States, each with a unique culture; despite the diversity, rest assured that every single one of the nations speak...
Renewed tribal consultation undertaken by federal agency to avoid discord
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – In the wake of criticism over tribal consultation policies, the Fish and Wildlife Service said it has asked tribes to become involved in carrying out new permit regulation...
San Manuel vice chairperson appointed to NMAI board
Washington, DC – The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is proud to announce that the appointment of Vice Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena to the board of trustees for the National Museum ...
Schaghticoke gets no state help to stop reservation destruction
Gale Courey Toensing, Today staff
HARTFORD, Conn. – The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation and its supporters rallied at the Capitol Jan...
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