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Arizona Governor, Tribes Sign Updated Gaming Compact
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and representatives of nine out of...
Tribes Continue to Launch Free-Play Gaming Sites to Attract New Casino Customers
This month alone, two tribes jumped on the social gaming...
Travois Gets $50M in New Tax Credits for Indian Country Development Projects
Millions in private investor funds will be directed to...
Chickasaw Nation Helps Fund K9 Search and Rescue Training Facility
Weather in Oklahoma is a mix of beauty and terror. Spring...
Bringing Back the Bavi: Gila River Farmers Focus on Traditional Crops
Ramona and Terry Button are storytellers who farm—and...
PHOTO: Native Youth, Families Nationwide Got Active for NB3Fit Day
From running to kickball to swimming to snake dancing,...
Indian Country Business Today
Medicine Words: Mental Health Conference to Blend Indigenous Healing, Western Psychology
Traditional Indigenous healers and western mental health practitioners will come together to share their effective psychological intervention strategies at the sixth annual Warrior...
Morongo Band Has Donated 1.75 Million Holiday Meals Over 31 Years of Turkey Giveaways
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians continued its tradition of philanthropy by distributing 10,000 free turkeys this week that will be used to provide an estimated 200,000 Thanksgi...
NICWA Partners With AMERIND Risk to Double Donations on Giving Tuesday
The National Indian Child Welfare Association has partnered with AMERIND Risk for a 1-to-1 match of donations up to $2,000 made on #givingtuesday—November 29th...
YES! Kicks Off Today, Inspires Native Youth to Pursue Entrepreneurship
Today a couple hundred youth from across the State of New Mexico and the southwest are descending on Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino , on the Pueblo of Pojoaque, just 15 miles ...
College Fund Named American Indian Non-Profit of the Year
The American Indian College Fund was named American Indian non-profit of the year by the Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce at the chamber’s American Indian Achievement Awar...
Seminole Victory: Judge Rules Tribe Can Keep House-Banked Table Games for 14 Years
On Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle ruled that the Seminole Tribe of Florida may keep its blackjack tables through 2030...
NATIVE Act, Tribal Tourism to Take Center Stage at RES New Mexico
Through collaborating with federal agencies on tourism, Indian country can add cultural and historical perspective to landscapes and tourist destinations, showcasing authentic trib...
Navajo Nation Celebrates Eight Years of Gaming
Eight years ago, the Navajo Nation opened its first casino in Church Rock Chapter, near Gallup, New Mexico. On Saturday, November 19, Fire Rock Navajo Casino turns eight...
Hard Rock Wins Republic of Cyprus Casino License, Looks to Japan
The sole casino license on the destination Mediterranean island, the Republic of Cyprus, has been granted to a consortium including Hard Rock International Inc., via Seminole HR Ho...
Choctaw Nation Invests in Tribal Health, Cuts Ribbon to Wellness Center
Rain puddles from the night before and the threat of more to come did not dampen the enthusiasm of Stigler residents anxious to tour their new Choctaw Wellness Center Thursday morn...
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