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Thing About Skins
National sacred sites day raises justice issues
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
BOULDER, Colo. – The U.S...
Tribe pleased with casino construction progress
BATTLE CREEK, Mich...
Six new Oklahoma search team dogs receive needed supplies
TULSA, Okla. – As part of Cherokee Casinos’ “Anything Can Happen” promotion, the Oklahoma Task Force One Canine Search Team recently received $10,000...
The Cult of the Caudillo
In the tile-roofed presidential palace near downtown Tegucigalpa, a man sits behind a long wooden desk claiming to be the country’s president...
Potawatomi Bingo Casino introduces Dream Dance Steak
MILWAUKEE – After eight years of serving up some of the best fine dining experiences in the region, Dream Dance restaurant ushered in a new era beginning June 9 with a change in na...
Paragon releases economic impact report
Kennewick Man's secrets still mostly secret
It has been three years since scientists last looked at Kennewick Man to learn the secrets of his life roughly 9,000 years ago. To the public, those secrets are still secrets...
Congressman Bob Filner Announces Stimulus Funding for the Quechan Tribe
Today, Congressman Bob Filner announced that the Quechan Tribe, along with six other Indian Tribes in California, will have improved access to vital water services through funds aw...
Bothell’s London awarded tribal scholarship
Alyssa London of Bothell was recently awarded a scholarship for the 2009-2010 academic year by the Washington Indian Gaming Association (WIGA)...
Scene & Heard - Honors: Tribe celebrates its culture, ties to Bethabara
Uninvited guests crashed the opening ceremonies of the Strong Sun Powwow at Historic Bethabara Park Friday afternoon...
Extension sought on Navy land
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has requested an extension of a federal deadline in its quest to acquire, for free, surplus Navy land on Aquidneck Island for two area tribes.The burea...
Economy, spending concerns cited
Voting members of the Oneida Tribe of Indians has rejected a proposal for a $10,000 one-time payment from casino profits to about 12,000 of its members...
School photo revives story about WWII hero
An Altamont resident recently donated a historic photograph to Duchesne County for display in the hallways of the administration building with other historic pictures...
South Dakota tribal leaders meet in Pierre
Representatives from the nine American Indian tribes in South Dakota plan to meet Tuesday in Pierre to discuss the possibility of a flight school for Native Americans...
Native Americans Defend Eagle Decapitation
A few weeks ago, a hiker found a bald eagle that had been decapitated and dismembered near a trail in Boulder County, Colo...
A scholar who focused on Indian issues is denied reinstatement
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A controversial former professor failed in his bid to regain his tenured faculty position at the University of Colorado despite efforts by his attorneys to focus on Consti...
Protecting tribal financial sovereignty
Daniel N. Lewis
A n independent financial advisor can strengthen a tribe’s ability to reach its long-term goals...
Ancient Ohio Trail
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
A new Web site, ancientohiotrail.org , offers a 21st century way to discover little-known historic places in the wooded hills and lush farmland of south-central Ohio: Hundreds of N...
Greektown increases revenue
DETROIT – While the overall gaming market in Detroit saw a 4.2 percent decline in May, Greektown Casino-Hotel bucked the trend once again with a 7.2 percent year-over-year revenue ...
Potawatomi Bingo Casino wins 16 Reader’s Choice Awards
MILWAUKEE – Potawatomi Bingo Casino was recognized by readers of Midwest Gaming and Travel with 16 Reader’s Choice Awards – including Favorite Wisconsin Casino...
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