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Moya-Smith: 'Anchor Babies' Demeans Kids
Lloyd Oxendine Walks On
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Morongo Tribe Revamps Iconic Eatery
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Looking to Sky for Relief From Wildfires
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5 Native Casinos That Tell Stories
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Acting Associate AG Addresses Conference
Pueblo Fights Plan to Build New City
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Cherokee Bull Rider—Anything Is Possible
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Seneca Nation Opens Credit Union
Thing About Skins
Seneca Nation Debuts Federal Credit Union for Members and Employees
The Seneca people and employees and families of the Nation'...
Pechanga Charity Golf Tournament Raises $100K for Homeless and Foster Children
Pechanga’s two-day charity golf tournament has raised more...
Grand Traverse Band Buys Interest in Retail, Commercial & Residential Project
The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians has...
Crow Tribe Inks Partnership to Develop Washington State Coal Port
The Crow Tribe of Montana has inked a partnership with...
Keen Footwear Steps Up to Protect Nature-Rich Public Lands
If KEEN Footwear has its way, you soon could be treading on...
Commerce Secretary Pritzker on Leadership, Partnership and Education
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker met with Native...
You Gotta Give to Get: Bringing Philanthropy’s Millions to Native Causes
Americans are a very giving people...
Hitting Pot Jackpot? Tribe Starts Medical Marijuana Cultivation
Another California tribe has announced its venture into the medical marijuana business...
Navajo Nation Plans to be First Tribe to Implement Immigrant Investor Jobs Program
The Navajo Nation has elected to participate in an Immigrant Investor Program, known as EB-5, which was designed to stimulate the U.S...
The Invisible Men… and Women: Many Native American Attorneys Harassed
Gale Courey Toensing
Native American attorneys often feel invisible and that their experiences are not valid or real, according to a ground-breaking study by the National Native American Bar Associatio...
Happy Post Tax Day! Do You Know How Your Federal Tax Dollars Are Spent?
Tax Day has come and gone, but did your accountant tell you where your tax dollars are going? Assuming, that is, that you were not of the nearly eight out of 10 U.S...
Is Reno Ready for House of Frybread? Paiute Entrepreneur Hopes So
Jason Hill grew up on the rez in Camp Antelope, a few miles from Coleville, California...
Ho-Chunk Nation Looking to Build Sports Complex and Cultural Center
What do you do when you have almost 48 acres of prime, vacant land adjacent to your tribe’s casino?...
Moving On Up: This Week’s Promotions, Hirings and Transitions in the Business/Gaming World
This week, Indian Country Today Media Network has compiled a list of business executives, managers, attorneys, board members, medical professionals, and others making big moves in,...
AMERIND Risk Is Meeting More Tribal Insurance Needs
Designed by 400 tribes, for tribes, in 1986, this sovereign, tax-exempt nonprofit provides the same insurance coverage at roughly 10-15 percent less than what most mainstream insur...
Native Woman Named VP of Food & Beverage at Pechanga Resort & Casino
Just as Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, Calif., is expected to embark on a multi-million-dollar expansion, Pam Toscano is breaking new ground of her own...
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