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Thing About Skins
Sweeney: Pragmatism, common ground for energy independence
Tara Mac Lean Sweeney
My name is Tara Mac Lean Sweeney; I am an Iñupiaq Eskimo from Barrow, Alaska...
Tribal chair quits
Tonto Apache Tribal Chairman Jeri DeCola has resigned under pressure of a slim majority of the tribal council for allegedly “gross misconduct,” but may run to fill her own seat in ...
10/08/08 - Quechan resort in danger of loan default
Funding sources for the Quechan Indian Tribe's new casino resort west of Yuma have been downgraded to junk bond status, and officials for a financial ratings company say the tribe ...
10/08/08 - Symbol of judge's alma mater stands tall in courthouse
Two Seminoles stood facing each other on the fourth floor of the new courthouse in Flagler County. One was Circuit Judge Kim C...
10/08/08 - Casino backers deny tax loophole
Backers of the state constitutional amendment to allow a casino resort in southern Ohio say the argument that their tax liability could decrease to zero is false...
10/08/08 - Cherokees promote voter awareness
The Cherokee Nation’s Government Relations Program is encouraging citizens to vote...
10/08/08 - U.S. grand jury in S.Dakota re-indicts Canadian man in 1975 AIM slaying case
Federal grand jurors in Rapid City have indicted a Canadian man again and joined his case with another American Indian Movement member also charged with a 32-year-old homicide...
10/07/08 - Credit chill may put new Indian casino on ice
The global credit squeeze has chilled sources of financing needed to complete a new Indian casino resort in Imperial County, a major credit-rating agency has warned...
10/07/08 - N. M., Navajo Nation deal on capital projects
10/07/08 - Filmmakers to present documentary about Miami Indian tribe
Filmmakers Sandra and Yasu Osawa will present their film "myaamiaki eemamwiciki: Miami Awakening" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7 in the Miami University Art Museum...
10/07/08 - Tribal candidates expect tough campaigns
If you think the clashes in the U.S. elections are harsh, try running for office in Indian Country. "You think national politics is fierce?...
10/07/08 - Crow association to meet today
The Crow Allottee Association will meet today. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Friendship House...
10/07/08 - Aquash family slams trial delay
John Graham "pulled off the cruellest of 11th hour heists" by forcing another delay in his trial that was scheduled to start Monday on charges he killed Annie Mae Pictou Aquash in ...
10/07/08- New technology makes eye exams easier for tribe
Some members of the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe used to travel to Parker or Phoenix for certain eye exams...
News from southern California
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
Tribe hires veteran gaming official ALPINE, Calif...
State's casinos aren't recession-proof after all
In the early 1990s, as defense and insurance industry job cuts imperiled the state's economy, a twinkling Las Vegas-style business opened in the little town of Ledyard on land owne...
Hualapai’s Grand Canyon Skywalk draws thousands
Redwing Cloud, Today correspondent
PEACH SPRINGS, Ariz...
Cheyenne River Youth Project History Wall open to public
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D...
Court hears arguments about funding for major Native housing program
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A controversy surrounding a federal Indian housing program surfaced in appellate court in Denver Sept...
Domenici announces grant to advance Laguna Pueblo ‘Justice Center’
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, announced Sept...
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