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Seeking applications for Tribal Technology Leadership Award
T ribalNet is now accepting recommendations and applications for the 2010 Tribal Technology Leadership Award...
Ute tribe at odds with Questar and judge over gas plant
A federal judge may have told construction crews they could go back to work, but attorneys for both the Ute Indian Tribe and Questar Gas Management aren't finished fighting over th...
Charge: Mother rammed police officer while fleeing fireworks stand with daughter
A 28-year-old Auburn woman is facing felony charges following allegations that she hit a police officer with her car while fleeing a fireworks stand while her young daughter was in...
Monacan Indian Nation receives college outreach
College officials visited the Monacan Indian Nation tribal facility on Bear Mountain last weekend as part of a statewide college outreach to Native Americans throughout the state f...
County wins split decision in ruling over Mechoopda casino
Butte County's effort to prevent the proposed Mechoopda Indian casino from being built was successful in an appellate court decision Tuesday...
Tribe's East Bay casino plan tests California, U.S. policies
On an alluring waterfront where golden bluffs and eucalyptus share space with an abandoned winery and the toxic remnants of a World War II naval fueling station, Donald Duncan sees...
American Indian Dance unites tribes in celebration of past, present
The lobby of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe’s Ziibiwing Center came alive with the rhythmic pounding of powwow music as dressed tribal members moved with the beats and stories o...
Trahant: A call to action: Be the health care reform early adopters
I f the United States government were a corporation, then the health insurance reform debate would have completely moved into its implementation phase...
Dorothy’s ruby red slippers – direct from Oz to Fantasy Springs slots
INDIO, Calif. – If guests click their heels three times and find themselves at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino , they might just end up somewhere over the rainbow...
Coldwater resident hits jackpot at FireKeepers Casino
BATTLE CREEK, Mich...
Vee Quiva Casino awards $1.1 million MegaJackpot
LAVEEN, Ariz. – Gila River’s Vee Quiva Casino awarded a $1.1 million MegaJackpot to a lucky winner July 2...
Turning Stone celebrates 17 years
Tribe again drops Monticello casino plan
For the third time in 15 years, the St. Regis Mohawk tribe is walking away from efforts to build a casino at the Monticello Raceway in Sullivan County...
Benewah Medical and Wellness Center celebrates 20 years
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
Photo ID: (large number of photos so placed below the story) PLUMMER, Idaho – “We couldn’t have done it without our neighbors, the people who lived here in Plummer, Tensed, Desmet ...
Ogalala Sioux disavow connection with Hoka Hey
President Two Bulls: The Oglala Sioux Tribal leadership has recently been overwhelmed with phone calls and electronic mail messages concerning the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge (HH...
Little Big Horn College marries healthy living and green building
CROW AGENCY, Mont...
End of payments likely to hearten tribe's lenders
While certain to fan discontent among tribal members, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council's elimination of members' per capita payments is likely to sit well with the tribe's le...
Court Backs American Indian Student's Long Hair
A Texas school district violated the religious rights of an American Indian student when it sought to restrict how he wore his long, braided hair, a federal appeals court has ruled...
Mayor renames local bar
Oshkosh Mayor Paul Esslinger had hoped to open the Chief Oshkosh Saloon for business today...
The Ute Paradox
Then-Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne flashed a big grin as he opened the Minerals Management Service's Lease Sale 206 in the Louisiana Superdome on March 19, 2008...
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