OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Construction of an American Indian cultural center near downtown Oklahoma City is expected to resume in the… Read More
NEW YORK (AP) – If you’re looking to save a few bucks at the mall while holiday shopping, charge up the… Read More
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) – Members of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians on Tuesday celebrated becoming the first tribe in Indiana to have land returned to it from the federal government, a move expected to dramatically change the landscape of gaming in the state with what is expected to be its largest casino.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has approved plans for a $400 million development that calls for an 18-story hotel and casino on nearly 166 acres in South
OKLAHOMA CITY — The holiday season might be the most wonderful time of the year, but for many it’s also the unhealthiest.
Packed with get-togethers, travel, too much food and drink, and too little time to check everything off to-do lists, the period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s often ends up taking a toll on our health. “Our inclination is to try to do it all, and our bodies often end up paying the price,” said Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation President
WASHINGTON (PRNewswire-USNewswire) – The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) has announced it will hold a series of tribal consultation sessions across Indian Country from February through May, 2017. The NIGC undertakes its upcoming consultation sessions as part of its ongoing commitment to meaningful consultation with tribal nations and in performance of its regulatory responsibilities.
The consultation will focus on: (1) Non-binding guidance for Class III minimum internal control standards (MICS); (2) rural outreach; (3) developing a strong workforce through training; (4)
GREENFIELD, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio school widely criticized over a banner displayed at a prep school football game recalling the country's mistreatment of Native Americans is responding with an action plan that includes more apologies and history lessons for its students.
The banner was made by some Greenfield-McClain High School cheerleaders for the school's matchup with a longtime rival football team, the Hillsboro High School Indians, on Oct. 30. It read: "Hey Indians, Get Ready for a Trail of Tears