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Shoshone Paiute Tribes to Co-Monitor $25 Million Rio Tinto Copper Mine Cleanup
September 28, 2012
Nevada’s abandoned Rio Tinto Copper Mine, a Superfund site, will be cleaned up with $25 million from four companies under an agreement worked out by the U.S...
Fast-tracked Wind Power Project Challenged in Nevada
February 09, 2011
Fast-tracking a renewable energy project seems to have backfired on a U.S. government agency again...
First Tribal Solar Project Set to Shine
July 06, 2012
A map of the Moapa Project WASHINGTON—After years of pointing out that renewable energy is abundant in Indian country; after years of wading through a complicated federal-tribal bu...
Nevada’s First Wind Farm on Track After Settlement Reached Involving Western Shoshone Tribes
May 01, 2012
Nevada will get its first wind power project, following the March 29 settlement of a lawsuit, states a press release ...
States and Feds Race to Get Internet Gaming Legislation; Indian Country Must Be Prepared
Gale Courey Toensing
April 02, 2012
Gaming experts have an urgent message for indigenous leaders: Federal legislation to legalize online gaming is coming, and if you want to protect Indian country interests, you need...
Yowell Case Against BLM For Grazing Fees Dismissed
March 01, 2012
On February 21st, Raymond Yowell traveled the 305 miles between his home in Spring Creek, Nevada for his hearing in Reno, Nevada...
Wildfires Contained Near Reno, Nevada
November 19, 2011
The state of Nevada declared a state of emergency due to wildfire that, as of Saturday morning, had claimed one life and damaged 25 homes near Reno...
Washoe Tribe's Cave Rock a No-go for Bike Path
February 10, 2011
Plans for a bike path around Lake Tahoe are progressing despite concerns over its passage around the Washoe Tribe’s sacred site of Cave Rock...
Bus 52—5 People, 52 Weeks, 48 States, 100 Inspiring Stories, 1 Converted School Bus
October 22, 2012
If you are traveling on the highway and happen to see a bright blue 1984 International School Bus, make sure to wave...
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