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San Manuel Band donates $242,000 for gang prevention
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – On March 3, San Manuel Band of Indians Chairman James Ramos presented a donation of $242,000 to the Stop the Violence Increase the Peace Foundation ...
Mashantucket’s bond ratings downgraded
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – Standard & Poor’s rating services has lowered its ratings to the default category on three special revenue bonds issued by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation...
Grand opening success for Choctaw Casino Resort
DENVER – WorthGroup Architects celebrated the early opening of the Choctaw Casino Resort expansion project in Durant, Okla. for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma...
Getting a ‘yes’ when you need it
Toby O’Brien, Special to Today
A re you constantly tracking down your executives and managers to get approval for your marketing projects?...
Seneca Allegany awards $1.1 million Megajackpot
SALAMANCA, N.Y. – Nang Thai won a $1.1 million Wheel of Fortune Special Edition MegaJackpot at Seneca Allegany Casino March 7...
Foxwoods awards another Megajackpot; $2.7 million paid this year
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. – Dennis Hubbard won $509,827 when he hit a Temple of Treasure MegaJackpot at Foxwoods Resort Casino Feb. 21...
Women of Influence series to welcome Seneca Nation member
The Alfred University Women’s Leadership Center will host Dr...
Lawsuit: Art is not truly Native American
A lawsuit was filed today alleging that a certain retailer is falsely suggesting that its products are Indian produced, which is a violation of the Indian Arts and Crafts Enforceme...
Internet gambling: Threat or opportunity?
Dave Palermo, Today correspondent
T he likelihood Internet poker will soon be legal in the United States is igniting a fear among some tribal leaders that online gambling will impact revenue from tribal government ...
Jennings: The women of Turtle Island
I n 1901, Clara Zetkin , leader of the Women’s Office for the Social Democratic Party of Germany , championed the idea of Women’s International Day...
American Diabetes Association Applauds Senate's Efforts To Reauthorize Special Diabetes Programs
The American Diabetes Association applauds today's introduction of Special Diabetes Program legislation in the U.S. Senate. The bill (S...
BIA Affirms Waste Management Act Amendments
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes were recently notified by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) that amendments to the tribes' waste management regulations had been approved despite objec...
Study Shows Lower Graduation Rates for Native Americans
A recent report commissioned by the Civil Rights Project at UCLA shows that fewer Native Americans in Washington finish high school than previously thought...
New campus names to honor local heritage
In 1997, NIC and the Coeur d' Alene Tribe entered into the mutual agreement called the 9-Point Agreement, to deal with names and campus locations...
Tribe helps young people learn Salish
For the first time in a couple generations, young people are speaking ancient words of hope for Native Americans on the brink of losing the first language of the Inland Northwest...
Conn. risks $400m annual loss from Indian gaming revenues
Gale Courey Toensing
Pow wow marketing 101
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
I n American Indian culture, the pow wow has long stood as a way to celebrate Native customs...
6th-graders' trip leads to finding Indian remains
Gene Palm, an instructor at Aurora Borealis Charter School in Kenai, has for several years taken his sixth-grade classes for overnight field trips on the beach of his Nikiski prope...
Middleboro: Why was our casino omitted from DeLeo speech?
Local officials said House Speaker Robert DeLeo sidestepped how an Indian casino in Middleboro would fit into the gaming plan he laid out in his speech to the Greater Boston Chambe...
Tribal leaders say UTA 'ignores' them
A 250-acre site on state lands near Draper thought to rest above an American Indian village dating back 3,000 years was protected last August from Utah Transit Authority plans to c...
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