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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NIGA Chairman Stevens Releases Statement Amid ‘Unprecedented Times’

NIGA Chairman Stevens Releases Statement Amid ‘Unprecedented Times’

On Tuesday, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee suspended operations indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak. The casino will continue to pay employees during the closure. As Indian Country — particularly the gaming sector — grapples with adapting business...

NIGA Requests $18B in Federal Aid for Tribal Gaming

NIGA Requests $18B in Federal Aid for Tribal Gaming

Tribal casinos across the country are shutting down temporarily to prevent the spread of coronavirus. NIGA, helmed by Ernie Stevens, Jr. (pictured), seeks $18 billion in federal aid to support Tribal economies and employees. The National Indian Gaming Association...

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NuWu Helping to Lead the Cannabiz Trend of Multi-Course Meals

NuWu Helping to Lead the Cannabiz Trend of Multi-Course Meals

Chef Marc Marrone of Graffiti Bao crafted the mouthwatering, THC-imbued foods served at the recent four-course dinner, hosted by Lowell Herb Co. in outdoor tents next to NuWu Cannabis Marketplace. (Photo Courtesy Lowell Herb Co.) What’s next in cannabis business...

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