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State House group to have casino proposal hearing here (Muskegon County)
The state House committee that is reviewing the proposed resolution to build an American Indian casino in Muskegon County is expected to come to the Muskegon area to take local tes...
Summer Chinook fishing opens with above-average run
Tribal and non-Indian commercial fishermen, and anglers as well, get to test the Columbia River mainstem waters for adult salmon for the first time since early this spring with the...
FMIT council members sworn in
Two incumbent council members of the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe took their oath of office Saturday, after one was re-elected to her fourth term in office, the other to her second...
USDA announces People’s Gardens in Minnesota
ST PAUL, Minn. – On June 4, United States Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that People’s Gardens now exist in all 50 states, two U.S...
Court favors corporate agribusiness over salmon and fishermen
Dan Bacher, Special to Today
F ederal Judge Oliver Wanger issued a ruling May 19 challenging the federal biological opinion protecting Sacramento River chinook salmon, Central Valley steelhead, green sturgeon ...
Men’s health featured at 8th Mayo Clinic Spirit of Eagles
Hofer: The miracle of research
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
W e all know someone who cancer has touched. And that’s why research is so important...
Community interventions, in-home visits may slow weight gain in children
Clinic fracas yields a lengthy sentence
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A brawl at an IHS clinic on the Wind River Reservation, in Wyoming, led to a 10-year prison sentence for one of the Northern Arapaho tribal members involved who unsuccessf...
Wyoming Tribes Too Late on Lease Challenge
The Arapaho and Shoshone tribes in Wyoming waited too long to sue the government for allegedly converting seven oil and gas leases to a less profitable type of lease, the U.S...
O'Brien: Gaining property-wide support for your marketing efforts
Toby O’Brien, Guest columnist
N earing the end of your fiscal year? Then it’s time to develop your annual Strategic Marketing Plan. And once again you worry...
Casino arts partners with Harrah’s to design experiential rotunda
American Indian center in the running for $50,000 grant
A group of American Indians are hoping to earn a Pepsi Refresh Grant to open an American Indian Center in Shakopee...
New law would have saved Oxford mound
A new Alabama law providing more protection for American Indian burial and ceremonial sites might have prevented much of the destruction of an ancient pile of stones behind the Oxf...
South Dakota's GAMBLE
Nowadays, Deadwood Economic Development Director Charles Turbiville points out, "everybody lives within 100 miles of a casino." That was not always the case...
National Indian Gaming Commission: Who is Tracie Stevens?
If confirmed as chair of the National Indian Gaming Commission, Tracie Stevens would become the first woman to lead the oversight body for the $27 billion Indian gaming industry...
Towaoc jail assault case will continue
The man who allegedly gouged the eye of a guard at the Towaoc tribal jail didn't have a "James Bond license to kill," even though he might have been illegally imprisoned at the tim...
Monacan Nation leader to be buried in Amherst on Saturday
George Branham Whitewolf, a beloved leader in the Monacan Indian Nation, well known in the Native American world, will be laid to rest Saturday in Amherst County...
Stupak seeks casino probe
Three weeks before Greektown Casino's court-imposed deadline to exit from bankruptcy protection, U.S. Rep...
Pressure builds in Hopi dismissals and disputes
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
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