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U.S. Court of Appeals to Hear Arguments on Indian Country
By Monica Wepking, Editor The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in St...
Horsemen to seek cut in slots tax
Ocala horsemen and Florida thoroughbred racetrack officials will head to Tallahassee Wednesday to ask lawmakers to ease slot machine taxes and rework an agreement that Gov...
Supreme Court ruling might give local governments jurisdiction over tribe-owned casinos
A recent ruling by the U.S...
Viejas Enterprises Receives Business of the Year Award
At an inaugural celebration, Viejas Enterprises was awarded the East County Regional Business of the Year by the San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce...
College offers many options for American Indian students
American Indian students from the Churchill County School District attended representative college classes on Monday at Western Nevada College as part of Native American Education ...
For Indian tribes, economic needs collide with tradition
Jobs are scarce and poverty is pervasive on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, but rich coal deposits lie beneath the buttes where wild horses roam...
Panel criticized as ‘pro-logo’
Some people watching the Sioux nickname committee say they think the group is a “logo retention committee” and doesn’t include enough representation of the University of North Dako...
Treasurer spins plan for slots parlors
State Treasurer Timothy Cahill yesterday said legalizing three slots parlors in Massachusetts could be the first step to eventually creating destination casinos...
$9.2 million in smoke shop case
Two prominent members of the South Sound American Indian community have been ordered to pay $9.2 million in restitution for selling more than $20 million worth of contraband cigare...
Coffeyville Community College hosts prospective Native American students
COFFEYVILLE, Kan. – Coffeyville Community College hosted 36 potential Native American Leadership students and their families at the annual visit day Feb. 11...
‘We Shall Remain’ preview and discussion
SEATTLE – Join KCTS 9, SIFF, and the Seattle Office for Civil Rights April 1 at 7 p.m...
U.S. Forest Service attempting to regulate gathering of plant materials
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – On Dec. 29, 2008 the U.S. Forest Service issued a measure attempting to regulate the gathering of native plant materials on Forest Service lands...
Apache warrior honored by Congress
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Feb. 23 the U.S...
Interim leader files for Crow chairmanship
The Associated Press
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) – Interim Crow Tribal Chairman Cedric Black Eagle plans to run for the post vacated with the Feb. 15 death of Chairman Carl Venne...
Crow Tribe lays off workers
The Crow Indian Tribe has laid off a number of employees, including the widow of former Tribal Chair Carl Venne...
Muskogee Tribe Sues Chief Over Casino Money
The national council of the Muskogee (Creek) Nation has sued the tribe's chief in a dispute over the control of casino money that had been overseen by local communities...
Football great Elway helps heal Browning teen
On the Blackfeet Reservation, it's all too easy for a 13-year-old boy to get lost. This is a story about how one was found...
Survivors sue FBI, attorneys
The relatives of two Crow tribal members who died on the reservation are suing federal officials, alleging discrimination in investigating and prosecuting crimes involving American...
Senator Says He Had No Conflict Of Interest
Senate Democratic Leader Scott Heidepriem of Sioux Falls says he had no conflict of interest when he sponsored a proposed constitutional amendment dealing with gambling.
Community weighs casino jobs against pitfalls
West Valley residents and community groups - like city leaders - are weighing plans for a casino an Arizona tribe wants to build in Glendale's sports and entertainment district...
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