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Joint Tribal Casino Project Underway Beside Travel Plaza in Nevada
A joint tribal venture will place a small casino next to the Washoe Tribe's upcoming travel plaza along Highway 395 in Nevada near the California border...
Drought-Stricken Lake Mead Gets Boost From Preservation Program
From top to bottom, the mighty Colorado River is a 1,400-mile journey with 244,000 square miles of river basin that slakes thirst and grows crops for millions of residents in seven...
$4.3 Million Settlement Over Reid-Gardner Coal Plant for Moapa Paiute
A lawsuit filed two years ago by the Moapa Band of Paiute Indians over contaminants from the coal-fired Reid Gardner Power Generation Station near Las Vegas has been settled for $4...
Nevada’s Centennial Indian Princess Returns 50 Years Later, Celebrates State’s Indigenous Presence
CARSON CITY, Nev. -- It was 1964, and 16-year-old Aloha Calac didn’t want to enter the Centennial Indian Princess Pageant, part of the State of Nevada’s centennial celebration...
EPA's Coal Ash Rule a Good Start But Falls Short: Environmentalists
Environmentalists have reacted favorably to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new coal ash rule, while saying the measures don’t go quite far enough...
Coal in Their Christmas Stocking: NV Power Commission Rejects Moapa Paiute Solar Project
The Moapa Paiute Tribe in Nevada got a monkey wrench for Christmas this year, when the state power commission stymied plans for its second solar project...
1964 Centennial Indian Princesses Gather for Anniversary Reception
Nevada Indian Commission
Fifty years ago, Aloha Callac-Jones was one of 22 women from throughout the state to compete in a traditional Indian princess pageant to celebrate Nevada’s 100 th birthday...
Video: Dann Sisters' Battle to Save Their Cattle Is Stark Contrast to That of Cliven Bundy
The federal government’s treatment of rancher Cliven Bundy, who has invoked land rights in his objection to paying grazing fees for his cattle, stands in stark contrast to what was...
Paiute Tribe High Schooler Vying for CBS Slam Dunk Championship
Tyler Sumpter is one of four girls basketball players who was chosen to participate in the nationwide 2014 American Family Insurance High School Slam Dunk Championship, which airs ...
Online Gaming in Delaware, New Jersey Off to a Weak Start
In 2013, regulators in Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey made it legal for casinos to operate online gaming websites...
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