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Staff reports
3/11/09
MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Woodland Dreams Ballroom, Potawatomi Bingo Casino ’s new 11,000-square-foot banquet space, is now available for individuals, businesses and organizations...
Don Baumgart, Today correspondent
3/11/09
NEVADA CITY, Calif. – The recently concluded 7th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival featured five films about important American Indian issues...
Kate Harries, Today correspondent
3/11/09
TORONTO – Dene, Cree and Metis activists from First Nations affected by Alberta tar sands development made themselves heard in Washington as Canadian Environment Minister Jim Prent...
3/10/09
Seminole Casinos will unveil the largest amount of money ever publicly showcased in a casino with a $5 million traveling cash display...
3/10/09
Three new books from the Minnesota Historical Society Press add to the rich current selections on Ojibwe history and culture...
3/10/09
Barb Rininger pulled out a policeman’s hat from a box beside the kitchen table...
3/10/09
A $4-million aboriginal healing centre that was slated to open near Chilliwack last fall will sit empty until at least September due to provincial government foot-dragging on a pro...
3/10/09
The newly elected Mashpee Wampanoag leaders plan to commission a study to determine if the tribe should scale back plans for a casino in Middleboro...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/9/09
BEND, Ore. – A new Native initiative has set its sights on green building certification and training specifically geared to meet tribal needs...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/9/09
LAS VEGAS, Nev...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/9/09
INDIAN ISLAND, Penobscot Indian Nation – The Penobscot Indian Nation took four big strides toward cleaner air and reducing its fuel budget last month with the purchase of a fleet o...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/9/09
KYLE, S.D. – The Tanka Bar may not be a universally recognized brand name, but it’s well on its way to becoming one...
Rob Capriccioso
3/9/09
WASHINGTON – A new company is reaching out to tribes to help them monetize their settled water rights by negotiating deals with municipalities and other entities...
Staff reports
3/9/09
DENVER – As a small Native-owned business competing against the giants in the office products industry, CADDO Solutions has experienced considerable growth in spite of the economic...
Leeanne Root
3/9/09
MARKSVILLE, La. – “For hundreds of years, the Tunica Biloxi people existed in harmony with the land...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
3/9/09
DENVER – The nation’s energy crisis can only be solved through partnerships between Native and non-Native suppliers and through green and conventional energy on Indian and non-Indi...
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
3/9/09
The Native American Finance Officers Association works to keep tribal governments and businesses abreast of accounting standards and changes in financial management as they evolve...
Staff reports
3/9/09
STILWELL, Okla. – Cherokee Nation Industries , a wholly-owned company of the Cherokee Nation, recently closed on the acquisition of Red Wing Products, Inc...
Staff reports
3/9/09
A program developed by the United Association of Plumbers, Pipefitters and Sprinklerfitters (UA) has helped 12 members of the Navajo Nation complete a 16-week Hybrid Welding Progra...

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