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American Gaming Association

article Sports wagering and problem gambling focus of Responsible Gaming Education Week (9/19/2019)
(USA) -- The proliferation of sports betting across the country over the last 16 months has prompted the first-ever national study on its impact on problem gambling.
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Las Vegas Gaming

article Las Vegas tourism leaders paying more attention to Life is Beautiful (9/19/2019)
(Las Vegas) -- It’s taken seven years, but the Life is Beautiful music and art festival that begins Friday in downtown Las Vegas has finally achieved enough...
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Cherokee Nation

article ‘Celebration of Cherokee Speakers’ event set for Sept. 27 (9/17/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- The Translation Department and the Cherokee Language Master-Apprentice Program have partnered to host a “Celebration of Cherokee Speakers”...
article ‘Celebration of Cherokee Speakers’ event set for Sept. 27 (9/15/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- The Translation Department and the Cherokee Language Master-Apprentice Program have partnered to host a “Celebration of Cherokee Speakers”...
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Grand Canyon

article Native Americans from five tribes come together to discuss Grand Canyon's indigenous history (9/17/2019)
(Arizona) -- Grand Canyon was declared a national park in 1919, but indigenous peoples have called the area home for much longer. At a Future of the Colorado Plateau...
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Ryan Zinke

article Ryan Zinke: “The Fight for Freedom” (9/17/2019)
(California) -- Ryan Zinke, former Secretary of the Interior and Navy Seal is the keynote speaker for this year’s 3rd Annual Distinguished Patriot Award.
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Opioid Crisis

article Tribe holds opioid overdose awareness event (9/13/2019)
(Montana) -- Holding purple balloons with the names of loved ones who had passed away, a group of children from the Tonto Apache Tribe recently walked through the...
article Yakama Nation hosts seminar to address opioid epidemic (9/10/2019)
(Washington) -- The opioid crisis is an ongoing problem throughout the country. In tribal lands it's no exception. This is one reason the Yakama Nation hosted an...
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Code Talkers

article Navajo Code Talkers Honored By Denver Area Young Marines (9/11/2019)
(Colorado) -- More than 150 youth members of the Young Marines, a national youth education and service program, from across the country gathered in Window Rock, Arizona...
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Food Sovereignty

article Sustainable food the theme on menu at popular food forum (9/10/2019)
(Ireland) -- Aboriginal chefs Luke Bourke, Dave Gray, Josh Moore and Samuel Bourke of Sydney’s Rockpool Restaurant, after their arrival at Cork Airport in advance...
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Navajo Nation

article Navajo weavers share talent at Desert View (9/10/2019)
(Arizona) -- Navajo siblings Bill Nez and Jane Hyden demonstrate the art of Navajo rug weaving Aug. 15. Left: Hyden said her great grandmother taught her and her...
article What can rile the Council? The candy ban can (9/6/2019)
(Arizona) -- In solidarity, 15 members of the 24th Navajo Nation Council opposed Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez’s parade candy ban because the parade happens...
article Officials say parking, camping ban will be enforced (9/1/2019)
(Arizona) -- If Navajo Nation Fair officials get their way, the spaces along State Highway 264, from the port of entry to just west of the Window Rock Civic Center, will...
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MMIW

article Indigenous elders gather in Winnipeg to talk about climate change, MMIWG (9/9/2019)
(Winnipeg) -- First Nations, Inuit and Métis elders from across the country are meeting in Winnipeg to share knowledge and talk about issues like missing and murdered...
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Nisqually Tribe

article A Day on the River: Anglers Try Their Luck on the Nisqually (9/6/2019)
(Washington) -- Hovering above the clear glacial waters of the Nisqually River, 34-year-old Perry Statham, from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and his son, 9-year-old Ian...
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Pascua Yaqui

article Casino Del Sol Launching Tailgate Chef Contest at UA Football Games (9/4/2019)
(Arizona) -- Get out your aprons and spatulas, Tucson. It’s time to find the best tailgate cook in the Old Pueblo. At each University of Arizona home football game...
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Hard Rock

article Hard Rock’s Celebrate America Parade to honor America’s bravest (9/3/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- With the Miss America competition skipping town this year for Connecticut, many folks in our area may have expected the weekend after Labor Day to be...
article Hard Rock to salute heroes in September (8/19/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City announced today that they will be presenting a “Celebrate America Parade,” a salute to heroes...
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Chickasaw Nation

article Indian taco sale slated for Thursday (8/31/2019)
(Mississippi) -- The Native American Seniors of Ada will have an Indian taco sale from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Chickasaw Nation Senior site, 1005 Chamber Loop...
article Chickasaw to provide cultural demonstration in Pontotoc (8/21/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- A game of stickball, presentations on culture, as well as archeological artifacts are part of the living history that members of the Chickasaw Nation will...
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Freedman

article Freedmen Descendants to gather (8/31/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- The Descendants of Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes Association and their supporters will meet Saturday, Sept. 14, in the King Center, 300 W. Martin...
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Pala Tribe

article ‘Culture is like the hub of a wheel': Traditions on display at Pala Band of Mission Indians gathering (8/31/2019)
(California) -- As a young man, tribal member Eric Ortega spent six years in Los Angeles and eight years in Arizona. But after his first son was born, something stirred...
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Shinnecock Tribe

article Shinnecock Whalers Mishoon Racers Hold Traditional Canoe Event (8/31/2019)
(New York) -- When the sun rises on Sunday, September 1, over the East End, most people will still be sleeping, or rubbing tired eyes over coffee. But members of the...
article 73rd Annual Shinnecock Pow Wow Set To Unfold (8/29/2019)
(New York) -- The 73rd Annual Shinnecock Powwow is a celebration of tradition and culture, and is set to delight visitors Labor Day weekend at the Shinnecock Reservation...
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Warm Springs Tribe

article Harvest event raises $105,000 (8/31/2019)
(Oregon) -- More than 200 guests attended the Museum at Warm Springs' Huckleberry Harvest Celebration and Honor Dinner at the High Desert Museum in Bend, Oregon on...
article The Museum At Warm Springs hosts Huckleberry Harvest Celebration and Honor Dinner at High Desert Museum (8/26/2019)
(Oregon) -- More than 200 guests attended The Museum At Warm Springs’ Huckleberry Harvest Celebration and Honor Dinner at the High Desert Museum in Bend, Oregon on...
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First Nations

article Tseshaht First Nation to hold healing event for former AIRS students (8/28/2019)
(British Columbia) -- The Tseshaht First Nation is planning a healing event Sept. 27–28 at Maht Mahs Gymnasium and the Tseshaht Longhouse for the “lost souls...
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Soboba Band

press release Soboba Casino Resort is adding new Oktoberfest and wine events (8/26/2019)
(California) -- The new Soboba Casino Resort in San Jacinto has a lot more to offer than its predecessor, including more restaurants, more gaming space, a hotel and a...
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Makah Tribe

article Makah Days festival celebrates culture (8/23/2019)
(Washington) -- Today begins Makah Days, the 95th annual celebration of Makah culture. The festival spans three days with canoe races, bone games, kids’ races,...
article Makah Tribe celebrates culture in Neah Bay (8/22/2019)
(Washington) -- The Makah Tribe will host the 95th annual celebration of its culture and patriotism with Makah Days on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This celebration...
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Election 2020

article AUDIO/VIDEO: Steve Bullock at Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum (8/22/2019)
(Iowa) -- The Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum concluded after two days in Sioux City, Iowa, in the homelands of the Omaha, Ponca and Winnebago tribes.
article AUDIO: The Frank LeMere Native American Presidential Forum (8/21/2019)
(Iowa) -- We hear from several of the candidates at this week’s Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum in Sioux City at the Orpheum Theater Monday and...
article Harris, Sanders speak on Day 2 of Native American forum (8/20/2019)
(Iowa) -- "I think that that these candidates can feel the energy that we're putting out and the importance," said Manape LaMere, son of Frank LaMere....
article Native Americans share what matters to America’s many tribes (8/20/2019)
(Iowa) -- It’s day two of the first-ever Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum, bringing a new round of Democratic candidates to Sioux City Tuesday....
article Presidential candidates focus on Native issues at historic forum (8/20/2019)
(Iowa) -- Just three days after proposing sweeping changes to the federal government’s relationship with tribes, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren apologized...
article Presidential Candidates Speak On Native American Issues (8/20/2019)
(Iowa) -- After missing the first Democratic presidential debate, Montana Governor Steve Bullock hopes to up his profile at the historic presidential forum for Native...
article Presidential Forum Marks Milestone in Native American Political Mobilization (8/20/2019)
(Iowa) -- Three months ago at NPQ, we wrote about plans underway to host a forum in Sioux City, Iowa, “to engage in a town hall centered around Indian Country...
article RECAP: Morning session of Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum (8/19/2019)
(Iowa) -- The historic Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum is underway in Sioux City, Iowa, in the homelands of several tribes and a crossroads for Indian...
article RECAP: Afternoon session of Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum (8/19/2019)
(Iowa) -- The historic Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum concluded its first day in Sioux City, Iowa, in the homelands of several tribes and a crossroads...
article Indian Country Is Finally Getting the Political Attention It Deserves (8/19/2019)
(Iowa) -- It took 243 years, but the path to the United States presidency, or at least the Democratic nomination, will run through Indian Country.
article Klobuchar promises strong relationship with Indian Country if elected president (8/19/2019)
(Iowa) -- Growing up in Minnesota, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota, said it was mandatory to understand the cultures of the tribes within the state. As a 17-year-old...
article Native American voters, once overlooked, seek role for 2020 (8/17/2019)
(Iowa) -- Democratic presidential candidates will descend on Iowa next week to do something that Native Americans say doesn’t happen enough: court their vote. At...
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Saginaw Chippewa

article Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort hosting job fair with same-day offers (8/22/2019)
(Michigan) -- Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mount Pleasant is hosting a job fair Thursday, Aug. 29, with on-the-spot interviews and same-day job offers. The...
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Leech Lake Band

article Cass Lake breaks world record for largest Indian taco (8/21/2019)
(Minnesota) -- The Cedar Lakes Casino-Hotel in Cass Lake broke the world record for the largest Indian taco as part of its grand opening celebration Saturday. According...
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Mashpee Wampanoag

article Lessons in Native American culture at Martin House (8/21/2019)
(Massachusetts) -- This Sunday, Aug. 25, Martin House Farm will welcome the public for a presentation by a Wampanoag representative, beginning at 1 p.m. The Swansea area...
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Wind River

article Wind River Voters Carefully Watching The Native American Presidential Forum (8/20/2019)
(Wyoming) -- Nine Democratic Presidential hopefuls and one independent candidate are gathered in Sioux City, Iowa for the Frank Lemere Native American Presidential Forum...
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Wounded Knee

article Presidential candidates in Sioux City forum support rescinding Wounded Knee medals (8/20/2019)
(Iowa) -- A group of six 2020 presidential candidates Tuesday weighed in on issues of importance to Native Americans in a Sioux City forum, and a Native man led off the...
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Atlantic City Gaming

article Inside Aerosmith’s bizarre little New Jersey concert: review (8/19/2019)
(Atlantic City) -- First, a reality check: The fact that Aerosmith still performs at all, after 50 years on stage — and enough drugs smoked, snorted, shot and...
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Elizabeth Warren

article ‘I’m not mad’: Elizabeth Warren's quiet liberal populism draws 12,000 in Minnesota (8/19/2019)
(Minnesota) -- Reminiscent of the surprising momentum of Donald Trump’s populist presidential campaign four summers ago, Elizabeth Warren was forced to turn a...
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Japan Gaming

article Las Vegas Sands sponsors major Osaka music festival Summer Sonic (8/17/2019)
(Japan) -- Las Vegas Sands has announced it will be the main sponsor of Summer Sonic 2019, to be held in Sonic Park, Mishima, Osaka from 16 to 18 August. Summer Sonic is...
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Other News

article North American Indian Alliance hosts 45th annual Pow Wow in Butte (9/15/2019)
(Montana) -- The 45th annual North American Indian Alliance Pow Wow kicked off day two on Saturday, with a day full of fun, dance and culture. The Pow Wow is a family...
article NPC launches ‘lunch bag’ community lecture series (9/13/2019)
(Arizona) -- In an effort to bring public discourse and attention to local topics and items of interest, Northland Pioneer College is launching a series of free public “...
article Dahozy, Yazzie win all-arounds at Navajo Nation Fair rodeo (9/11/2019)
(Arizona) -- After years of trying, the stars seemed to align for Serena Dahozy. The Fort Defiance cowgirl turned in a masterpiece performance on Sunday afternoon at the...
article Supertramp's Roger Hodgson, the Gaitlin Brothers heading to Event Center at River City Casino (9/10/2019)
(Missouri) -- Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson and Larry, Steve and Rudy: The Gaitlin Brothers are new concerts coming to the Event Center at River City Casino.
article MPR to host Native-owned business panel in Bemidji (9/8/2019)
(Minnesota) -- Minnesota Public Radio’s will hold a "Conversations on the Creative Economy," event to highlight the region’s most intriguing and...
article Pala honors traditions at inaugural gathering (9/7/2019)
(California) -- The first Pala Honoring Traditions Gathering replaces the competition-oriented pow wow and will focus on Native American cultures and traditions of the...
article Powwow provides glimpse of Native American life (9/7/2019)
(Pennsylvania) -- Emily Smallwood brought her two oldest children to Saturday’s Drums on the Conococheague: Then and Now, A Native American Powwow at the...
article Visitors share in history, heritage at Andersontown Pow Wow (9/7/2019)
(Florida) -- Dressed in post-European contact regalia, Jim Sawgrass, a member for the Florida Muskogee (Creek) tribe, blew into a shell horn to attract a crowd to his...
article Native American culture on display at Nanticoke Powwow (9/6/2019)
(Delaware) -- Tribal land in a wooded area several miles east of Millsboro is the staging venue this weekend for a long-running annual fundraiser that showcases Native...
article Word Balloons: Tulsa show welcomes writers, artists, actors and more (9/6/2019)
(Oklahoma) -- The Wizard World comic convention hits Tulsa this weekend, with a scheduled headliner of “Aquaman” star Jason Momoa.
article Explore Native American Culture and History in Montana this Fall (9/6/2019)
(Montana) -- From its peaks to its plains, Montana is a destination rich with culture and history. Long before it became a state in 1889, native Americans lived or...
article 20 reasons to love Pendleton, the Old West capital of eastern Oregon (9/5/2019)
(Oregon) -- Eastern Oregon has remnants of the Old West – gold dredges and ghost towns spread across the high desert – but Pendleton is the only town where...
article Chris ‘BigHuni’ Hunichen wins High Roller at EPT Barcelona (9/5/2019)
(Spain) -- Popular poker professional Chris ‘BigHuni’ Hunichen turned a hard week into his best ever live tournament poker result, after triumphing in the...
article Induction Ceremony for Native American Hall of Honor Open to Public (9/2/2019)
(North Dakota) -- On Thursday, Sept. 5, the public is invited to attend an induction ceremony of new recipients being recognized in the Native American Hall of Honor...
article Labor Day weekend fun in Indian Country (8/31/2019)
(New York) -- Here is a list of events going on from coast to coast during the 3-day holiday. The long weekend has already started so we can enjoy the last bit of summer...
article Dive into Native American culture in Indiana, enjoy some pampering with a Packers game and more Midwest events (8/30/2019)
(Indiana) -- Native American culture will be on view Sept. 7-8 during the Andersontown Powwow and Indian Market in Anderson, Ind. There will be an Eastern Woodland...
article Native American filmmaker to speak at Museum of Photographic Arts (8/28/2019)
(California) -- The 2019 Native American Women’s Conference is gearing up to start in a couple of months.
article Native Americans to return for Wagon Days (8/28/2019)
(Idaho) -- A relatively new Wagon Days tradition featuring Native Americans with ancestral ties to the Wood River Valley will continue this year with an exhibition...
article OP/ED: Iron Maiden at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre (8/26/2019)
(Ohio) -- Full disclosure… August 5, 1982 I was forever ruined by Iron Maiden. That was the day of the band’s legendary appearance on the shores of Lake...
article New Indigenous festival in Stephenville celebrates Mi'kmaq culture (8/24/2019)
(Canada) -- A new festival happening in Stephenville this weekend is giving people in the region a chance to share in the best of Mi'kmaq culture and traditions. The...

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