Closed Tribal Casinos Donate Tons of Food in Time of Need

Closed Tribal Casinos Donate Tons of Food in Time of Need

Pechanga Warehouse team member Darren Henderson lifts eggs on a pallet jack. (Photo Courtesy Pechanga Resort Casino) Tribal casinos nationwide have temporarily shut down to flatten the curve of COVID-19. Meanwhile, their restaurants are stepping up to care for their...

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Grand Canyon Closes Indefinitely After Tribal Insistence

Grand Canyon Closes Indefinitely After Tribal Insistence

The Navajo Nation, whose lands abut the Grand Canyon to the east, were among the governments and agencies requesting the closure of the National Park.  The Grand Canyon closed indefinitely to visitors April 1 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Tourists access...

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Our Success & Finance issue charts the business breakthroughs of Tribes and Tribal entrepreneurs in “The Greatest Success Stories of 2019.” We also pay homage to perseverance and tireless devotion to Indian Country. Ernie Stevens, Jr., and Cheryl Stevens, his wife of 37 years, grace one of the covers. We honor Ernie Stevens’ nearly 20 years of stewardship to Indian gaming as Chairman of NIGA. Tunica-Biloxi Chairman Marshall Pierite is featured on the opposite cover. He shares how gaming helped his Tribe “to transition from a surviving community to a thriving community,” and reflects on recent success in the financial services industry. We shine a light on financial institutions, such as Stearns Bank, and consider the investment strategy of Mno-Bmadsen. Meanwhile, the DOE’s James E. Campos, underscores: “Energy is our new economy, it is our new currency, and Native Americans play a large part in this equation.”

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Cherokee Nation Industries Recognizes its Employees Supporting CDC

Cherokee Nation Industries Recognizes its Employees Supporting CDC

Cherokee Nation Industries, Inc. is fulfilling its role in stemming the coronavirus outbreak by continuing its work for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). CNI recently acknowledged its employees for both serving on the front lines, in the wake of...

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Secretary Of Interior Strips Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of its Land

Secretary Of Interior Strips Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of its Land

“It begs the question, what is driving our federal trustee's crusade against our reservation?” asks Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Chairman Cedric Cromwell. (Photo by Native Business Magazine)The U.S. Department of the Interior has “disestablished” the Mashpee Wampanoag...

Washington State Legalizes Sports Betting at Tribal Casinos

Washington State Legalizes Sports Betting at Tribal Casinos

"To protect the health and well-being of the community and the casino team members, the Snoqualmie Tribe has decided to extend the temporary closure of its casino operations through April 6," the Tribe stated Wednesday.Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill yesterday allowing...

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Cannabis Sales Surge Amid Coronavirus and Social Distancing

Cannabis Sales Surge Amid Coronavirus and Social Distancing

The Muckleshoot Tribe-owned cannabis retail outlet Joint Rivers opened in June 2018, boasting the largest sales floor in the state with 86 linear feet of cabinet space dedicated to flower alone. Since the coronavirus outbreak, Joint Rivers’ sales have skyrocketed. If...

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