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Free Passes for G2E Still Available from ICTMN and G2E
The Global Gaming Expo (G2E) 2014 is less than two weeks away at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada and Indian Country Today Media Network and G2E is offer...
NIGA Mourns Loss of Puyallup Chairman
National Indian Gaming Association Chairman Ernest L...
Save Hickory Ground Rally Shut Down at NIGA
Gale Courey Toensing
“The funny thing is we won’t discuss [Hickory Ground] among ourselves as tribal nations and leaders but we’ll go to court and discuss it in front of strangers.” — Dennis Welch, Col...
NIGA Takes Stand With Wind River Against Opposing State Legislation
Gale Courey Toensing
The National Indian Gaming Association has promised to fight a proposed bill that would terminate 170,000 acres of the Wind River Reservation and set a dangerous precedent for stat...
NIGA Trade Show Kicks Off With Annual Golf Tournament
Prior to the National Indian Gaming Association's 29th Annual Tradeshow and Convention, the association hosted three golf tournaments at the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation's Sy...
Sitting Bull College Student to Cut Ribbon at NIGA Tradeshow in San Diego
American Indian College Fund
Sonja Willard, a fourth-year business administration major at Sitting Bull College at Ft...
NIGA’s Stevens: Frank a Master at Building Unity and Consensus
Ernest L. Stevens, Jr.
In February of this year, Indian tribes in the northwest celebrated the fortieth anniversary of United States v. Washington ...
NIGA Tradeshow to Cover Digital Forensics, Common Mistakes and Persistence to Success
Officials from the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi will present at three sessions of the National Indian Gaming Association’s Tradeshow and Convention, May 12-13, in San ...
Supporting Derogatory Depictions Not an Option for NIGA
Ernest L. Stevens, Jr. Chairman, National Indian Gaming Association
The following is a statement by National Indian Gaming Association Chairman Ernie Stevens Jr...
Native Organizations Create Heritage Month Poster to Raise Awareness
The DC Native Public Relations Roundtable, a group of communicators and public relations professionals representing Native-based organizations, tribal governments and government ag...
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