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article Shadowy figures behind recent Pittsburg casino poll
(9/24/2017)
(California) -- They will not say who they are, but the unknown client behind a phone survey last month wants the public to know only a portion of the results they found...
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Dakota Access Pipeline

article Standing Rock: Why I Went | Commentary by Leon Worden
(9/24/2017)
(California) -- It has been a year since Energy Transfer Partners bulldozed the sacred burial grounds just beyond the borders of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to...
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Junipero Serra

article The California missions school project is becoming a thing of the past. Here’s why
(9/24/2017)
(California) -- For decades, fourth-grade students in California have had one project that has taken over dining room tables, required piles of popsicle sticks and kept...
article Junipero Serra statue beheaded, splashed with red paint in Central California
(9/12/2017)
(California) -- A bronze statue of the Roman Catholic priest Junipero Serra at the Old Santa Barbara Mission was decapitated and doused with red paint on Sunday night or...
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San Manuel Tribe

article San Manuel tribe celebrates history, heritage with San Bernardino students
(9/23/2017)
(California) -- After a weeklong learning experience, California’s Native American culture, history and customs came alive to hundreds of area school children. The...
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Lytton Band

article Opponents of Lytton Pomos’ tribal project lobby Windsor council with new poll results
(9/22/2017)
(California) -- Bolstered by a poll showing strong sentiment against a proposed Indian reservation on the edge of Windsor, opponents of the Lytton Band of Pomos’...
article Lytton Band in deal to acquire property adjacent to gaming facility for $13 million
(9/11/2017)
(California) -- The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians is set to acquire a property adjacent to its Class II gaming facility in California, The East Bay Times reports.
article Sale of bankrupt hospital to owner of San Pablo Lytton Casino pending
(9/8/2017)
(California) -- Officials of defunct Doctors Medical Center hope to soon complete a $13 million sale of the hospital campus to the Lytton Rancheria, owner of the...
3 Total Articles on this Issue

Pala Tribe

article Pala Casino donates to hurricane relief efforts
(9/20/2017)
(California) -- Pala Casino Spa and Resort's Getting Involved in Volunteer Events and Services (G.I.V.E.S) program, together with the Pala Band of Mission Indians,...
article Prehistoric Days packs the fun at Pala
(9/18/2017)
(California) -- Folks with a tent, camper, trailer, or motor-coach, tend to have very similar reasons for getting out and camping. The friendliness, waves, and smiles we...
article The Gift: A monument that is unequivocally appropriate
(9/17/2017)
(California) -- With much of America recently mired in controversy over the placement and function of monuments in public spaces, we find ourselves posing tough...
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Pechanga Casino

article New chef juices up culinary team at Pechanga Resort and Casino
(9/19/2017)
(California) -- Pechanga Resort & Casino, the No. 1 casino in the U.S. voted by readers of USA Today in 2015, has just named Krystle Schenk as the new Garde Manager...
article Temecula Valley Bancorp CA : Place Bets on Pechanga Resort & Casino's $285 Million Renovation Announces Visit Temecula Valley
(9/15/2017)
(California) -- Pechanga Resort & Casino just doubled down with a $285 million expansion, set to open late December this year. Just minutes from downtown Temecula...
article Previous champion’s mentor sweeps awards at 10th annual SoCal Chef Open
(9/14/2017)
(California) -- Executive Chef Martin Venegas from the Great Oak Steakhouse at Pechanga wowed celebrity judges and attendees alike at the 10th Annual SoCal Chef Open,...
article Labor Board upholds CMC Rebar case decision against Iron Workers
(9/12/2017)
(California) -- The NLRB has affirmed a May 2017 decision and order determining that the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental, and Reinforcing...
article Former Pechanga chef jumps on board to lead new restaurant
(9/11/2017)
(California) -- Pechanga Resort & Casino, voted by readers of USA Today in 2015 as the No. 1 casino in the U.S., has just named Jose Mendoza as chef of the new...
article Scientific Games Corporation inks iView4 deal in California
(9/7/2017)
(California) -- American gaming machine innovator Scientific Games Corporation has signed a deal that will see it supply the Pechanga Resort and Casino in southern...
6 Total Articles on this Issue

Shingle Springs

article Northern California tribe wins long-running court case
(9/19/2017)
(California) -- In California, the federally-recognized Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians has reportedly avoided financial disaster after a state appeals court ruled...
article Shingle Springs Tribe wins long-running legal case
(9/18/2017)
(California) -- The California Court of Appeals has dismissed the legal case filed by Sharp Image Gaming in its long-running legal dispute with the Shingle Springs band...
article Shingle Springs tribe wins appellate court ruling over failed Placerville casino (sub req)
(9/18/2017)
(California) -- The legal dispute is over development an Indian casino near Placerville that opened and closed after one day, in the 1990s.
article A 2011 verdict nearly shuttered Red Hawk Casino. The tribe just won a reversal.
(9/15/2017)
(California) -- Red Hawk Casino hit a jackpot of its own Friday, fending off a $30 million court judgment that once threatened its existence. Nearly six years after a...
press release Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians Victorious in Multimillion-Dollar Lawsuit
(9/15/2017)
(California) -- Today, the California Court of Appeal for the Third District issued a long-awaited opinion in the case of Sharp Image Gaming v. Shingle Springs Band of...
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Carcieri Fix

article Lawyer Vows Not To Invoke Carcieri In Casino Dispute (sub req)
(9/18/2017)
(California) -- Despite representing a California county opposed to an Indian casino on its land, an attorney on Friday said he would never use the notorious Carcieri...
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Pechanga Tribe

article Riverside County rescuers staying in Puerto Rico for next storm: Hurricane Maria
(9/18/2017)
(California) -- A multi-agency Riverside County urban search-and-rescue K-9 task force that went to Puerto Rico in anticipation of destruction from Hurricane Irma will...
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Trump Adminstration

article Three reasons why Sean Spicer’s Emmys cameo didn’t work
(9/18/2017)
(California) -- It’s been two months since Sean Spicer left his position as White House press secretary. Since then he’s sought a television news pundit contract and a...
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Redskins

article ‘Racial slur’ Redskins outrages Native Americans: Controversy at Rams game
(9/17/2017)
(California) -- Thousands of fans will be at the Coliseum Sunday to watch the Los Angeles Rams battle the Washington Redskins, but outraged protesters will be outside...
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Graton Rancheria

article Slot machines at Graton Resort and Casino hit by outage, patrons wait hours for payouts
(9/16/2017)
(California) -- A network problem struck the Graton Resort and Casino, where guests described confusion on the gaming floor late Friday when many players were unable to...
article Rhonert Park man saves woman from choking at Graton casino
(9/10/2017)
(California) -- During breakfast on Tuesday at Marketplace inside the crowded Graton casino a woman gasped for her life as another woman held her up and yelled for help...
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Morongo Tribe

article Morongo’s annual powwow starts Sept. 22
(9/16/2017)
(California) -- An estimated 25,000 people are expected to attend the 27th Annual Morongo Thunder & Lightning Powwow at 49500 Seminole Dr., Cabazon, starting Friday...
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Chukchansi

article Painting Chukchansi history in the Fresno Flats museum
(9/13/2017)
(California) -- Shonna Alexander’s love of drawing and expressing herself through art began with her fascination of the stories artists were able to convey through...
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Jamul Casino

article Hollywood Casino in Jamul has gaming, restaurants and close to the community
(9/13/2017)
(California) -- Opened in October 2016, the Hollywood Casino in Jamul is in full operation as the newest casino in San Diego County. With more than 1,700 slot machines,...
article LETTER: Halt casino liquor sales until the highway is improved
(9/13/2017)
(California) -- Regarding “Lawmakers reject bill to extend bar hours” (Sept. 2): State Legislators have come to their senses and defeated a bill to extend...
article Future of Liquor Sales at Hollywood Casino in Jeopardy
(9/11/2017)
(California) -- The future of liquor sales at Hollywood Casino is now in the hands of a judge. Closing arguments for and against the Jamul gaming facility becoming fully...
article Jamul awaits judgement on liquor license after final hearing
(9/9/2017)
(California) -- After months of delays, a judgement is finally expected for the permanent liquor license of Hollywood Casino in Jamul. Closing arguments were presented...
article Hearing continues for Jamul casino liquor license
(9/8/2017)
(California) -- An administrative law judge listened to closing arguments on Wednesday at a hearing over granting a permanent liquor license to the Hollywood Casino in...
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Land Issues

article Bolsa Chica Land Trust marks 25th anniversary while fighting to preserve Native American site
(9/13/2017)
(California) -- As the Bolsa Chica Land Trust celebrates its 25th anniversary this weekend, the group is focusing on acquiring 11 acres of developer-owned property on...
article Native Community Rallies to Protect “Standing Rock of the Bay Area”
(9/9/2017)
(California) -- On Friday, California Indian Country leaders and their allies gathered at theWest Berkeley Shellmound and sacred Ohlone village site. Winnemem Wintu...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Allergan Patent

article HILTZIK: A legal spat between pharmaceutical companies defines what's wrong with our drug regulations
(9/12/2017)
(California) -- Lawsuits in the pharmaceutical industry are as common as TV ads promoting wonder drugs, never mind the horrific side effects relegated to a breathless,...
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Christopher Columbus

article This Major City Just Voted to Do Away with Columbus Day
(9/12/2017)
(California) -- The Los Angeles City Council has approved a motion to replace Columbus Day—traditionally celebrated on the second Monday of every October—...
article Native Americans at UCLA celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day naming
(9/11/2017)
(California) -- Clementine Bordeaux, a member of the Rosebud Lakota tribe, said she was surprised when the Los Angeles City Council voted to replace Columbus Day with a...
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California Gaming

article Two California Tribal Compacts Approved
(9/11/2017)
(California) -- California Governor Jerry Brown has signed two gaming compacts. The legislature has approved one of them and will soon take up the other. The compacts...
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Water Issues

article Residents speak their piece in the federal water rights case
(9/11/2017)
(California) -- It has been more than 10 years since nearly 2,000 Anza and Aguanga landowners with properties surrounding the Cahuilla and Ramona Indian Reservation were...
1 Article on this Issue

eSports

article Blizzard to open state of the art esports arena in LA
(9/10/2017)
(California) -- Blizzard is opening a cutting-edge e-sports entertainment venue in the legendary Burbank Studios in Los Angeles. Blizzard Arena Los Angeles will host a...
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Tule River

article Tule River Tribe updates gaming compact amid push for off-reservation casino
(9/10/2017)
(California) -- The Tule River Tribe signed a new Class III gaming compact that recognizes plans for an off-reservation casino in California. The tribe is seeking to...
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Wilton Rancheria

article CHAIRMAN HITCHCOCK: The Wilton Rancheria Resort & Casino Project Will Create More, Not Fewer Fine-Dining Options in Elk Grove
(9/10/2017)
(California) -- ElkGroveNew.net has devoted a lot of space giving voice to opponents of the Wilton Rancheria resort and casino project in Elk Grove—secretly funded...
article First To Line Up at The Buffet - Will Casino Have Walmart-type Effect on Elk Grove's Chain Restaurants?
(9/9/2017)
(California) -- During the scant public hearings held last year on the proposed Wilton Rancheria's casino resort, then Elk Grove City Council Member and current...
article California legislators approve Wilton Rancheria gaming compact
(9/8/2017)
(California) -- In California, the plan from the Wilton Rancheria to construct a $500 million casino resort in Sacramento County has taken another massive step forward...
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Yurok Tribe

article Yurok Tribe declares state of emergency due to smoke from Eclipse, Orleans Complex fires
(9/9/2017)
(California) -- Fires to the north of us are on the move – such as the Eclipse Complex and Orleans Complex, and smoke from these fires in particular have caused...
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Fantasy Sports

article Fantasy Sports crafts formula for better projections
(9/8/2017)
(California) -- Nearly 60 million people play fantasy sports in the U.S. and Canada. Likely the same number want to improve their odds of selecting top-performing...
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North Fork Rancheria

article Members of North Fork Rancheria Tribe concerned about Mission Fire burning near tribal land
(9/7/2017)
(California) -- A room full of worried residents affected by the Mission Fire attended a community meeting in North Fork Wednesday night, waiting to hear when they could...
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Other News

article New Place For RVs at Gold Country Casino [4th Item]
(9/24/2017)
(California) -- A new area dedicated to recreational vehicle parking has opened at Gold Country Casino in Oroville. The Tyme Maidu Tribe of Berry Creek Rancheria, which...
article Governor Brown Celebrates Native American Day
(9/24/2017)
(California) -- As leaders of Native American tribes from across California gather to celebrate the 50th annual observance of Native American Day at the state Capitol...
article Powwow celebrates Native American culture and traditions that you don't see in the movies
(9/24/2017)
(California) -- The drum-beating echoed through the room as hundreds of Native American dancers made their way into the event pavilion. They wore regalia that...
article Northern California Native American tribes receive $3 million for housing projects
(9/23/2017)
(California) -- Five Native American tribes in Northern California have been awarded $3 million to improve housing conditions and alleviate homelessness. The grants come...
article Native American Student Alliance celebrates culture, educates community
(9/22/2017)
(California) -- The Native American Student Alliance is one of the many cultural student organizations at San Diego State. NASA was established in 1971 and continues to...
article Turning 50, Native American Day has Sac State influence
(9/22/2017)
(California) -- California Native American Day celebrates its 50th anniversary Friday, Sept. 22, and Sacramento State again will be represented by a strong contingent of...
article Beyond Confederacy: California confronts its legacy of slavery and genocide
(9/21/2017)
(California) -- Back when Assemblywoman Monique Limón served on the school board in Santa Barbara, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians donated an encyclopedia-style...
article Earn 9X Points All Day Long at Barona Resort & Casino on Native American Day, Friday, September 22
(9/21/2017)
(California) -- Head to Barona Resort & Casino on Friday, September 22 for an all-day special event in honor of Native American Day. Club Barona members will receive...
article Native American Journalists Debate Future of Media in Indian Country
(9/20/2017)
(California) -- The collapse of a prominent Native American media network has triggered debate over how Native media can best serve the interests of communities across...
article North Fork Rancheria awarded $605,000 grant to restore Sierra Mono Museum
(9/19/2017)
(California) -- Great news came in last week for fans of the Sierra Mono Museum in North Fork, as the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians was awarded a $605,000 grant...
article TIFF 2017: “Lady Bird,” “Woman Walks Ahead,” “Marrowbone”
(9/19/2017)
(California) -- There were people who must have doubted a young American actress in the director’s chair. But could Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” be...
article River Rock Casino celebrates 15th anniversary with giveaways
(9/19/2017)
(California) -- Geyserville’s River Rock Casino is celebrating its 15th anniversary this month with cash giveaways up to $15,000 on Saturday, Sept. 23. Members of...
article ‘Woman Walks Ahead’ Review: Jessica Chastain Stars in a Paint-By-Numbers Biopic
(9/18/2017)
(California) -- Is a film still considered a “white savior” story if its white protagonist never actually saves anything? In the case of Susanna White’s “Woman Walks...
article Beyond Confederacy: California Confronts Its Painful Colonial Legacy
(9/17/2017)
(California) -- Back when Assemblywoman Monique Limón served on the school board in Santa Barbara, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians donated an encyclopedia-style...
article No fishery relief funds again in Congress’ $1.2T spending bill
(9/17/2017)
(California) -- For Yurok Tribe member Sammy Gensaw III, the divide between Capitol Hill and his hometown of Requa on the mouth of the Klamath River is measured in more...
article Gamblers, joining a cruise line's player's club can make you a winner, at least in terms of perks
(9/17/2017)
(California) -- If you're a gambler looking for a sure thing, join a cruise line player's club. Not only will you receive cruise-time perks, but you also may be...
article Chumash to host 22nd Inter-Tribal Pow-Wow at Live Oak Camp
(9/16/2017)
(California) -- Native American dancing, singing and drumming will fill Live Oak Campground when the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians host the 22nd annual Inter-Tribal...
article Local tribes gather to celebrate California Indian Days
(9/16/2017)
(California) -- Members of local tribes gathered Saturday to celebrate California Indian Days. Wiyot, Hoopa, Yurok, and Pinoleville Pomo tribes all took part in the...
article Riverside police nab wanted parolee after 2 chases near Pechanga casino in Temecula area
(9/16/2017)
(California) -- Riverside police officers on a stakeout for a wanted parolee Friday afternoon at the Pechanga Resort & Casino got their man, but not before he fled...
article Man Arrested After Driving into Deputy, Leading Authorities on Chase in Valley Center
(9/16/2017)
(California) -- Deputies arrested a man on multiple felony charges after he struck a deputy with his car and lead authorities on a pursuit through Valley Center Friday....

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