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Grants Totaling $2 Million Awarded to 30 Tribes
Forty-six projects by 30 tribes received news that they would be receiving funding grants from the Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development (IEED) on October 10...
Sen. Thune Addresses Tribal Law and Order Act Hearing
On September 22, Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) addressed those in attendance for the Tribal Law and Order Act Hearing...
Larry Echo Hawk Visits Red Lake Juvenile Detention Center
Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk and his staff toured the Red Lake Juvenile Detention Center in Redlake Minnesota on August 10...
BIA Approves Two Gaming Sites, Rejects Two Others
Gale Courey Toensing
The head of the BIA has approved land into trust applications for two gaming sites in California and rejected two others in California and New Mexico...
Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Visits With Wounded Marine
Marine Corporal Phillip Baldwin, Shoshone-Bannock, of Ft. Hall, Idaho had a special visitor recently while being treated at Bethesda Naval Hospital...
Bush-Era Commutable-Distance Gaming Rule Nixed
Gale Courey Toensing
`A controversial Bush-era guidance memorandum that invented a new rule for off-reservation Indian gaming has finally been shredded...
New Mexico Indian Tribes Oppose Jemez Pueblo's Anthony Project
New Mexico's Indian tribes are ganging up against the Jemez Pueblo in opposition of its bid to partner with a Santa Fe art dealer Gerald Peters to build a $55 million hotel and cas...
Echo Hawk's Memo Overturns Effective Ban on Off-Reservation Gaming
Interior Assistant Secretary Larry Echo Hawk, the head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs , rescinded a controversial 2008 memorandum by the Bush Administration that effectively banne...
NCAI Native Resources Conference Comes to Wisconsin
The National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) will turn Milwaukee, Wisconsin into the epicenter of Indian Country for its mid-year conference on "Native Resources: Tribal Cultur...
First Lady Remembers Native Youth
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk joined the First Lady in planting of the three sisters in the White House Garden. (Photo courtesy of U.S...
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