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Articles are arranged from most recent (December) to least recent (January) for this particular year and topic.


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• • Tribes add $1B to economy (Billings Gazette) 12/28/07

• • Gambling major economic development tool for tribes (Rapid City Journal) 12/20/07

• • Red Lake re-opens commercial fishery (The Detroit Lakes Tribune) 12/19/07

• • Economic Development (KULR8) 12/18/07

• • Tribal, business heads discuss strengthening groups' economic ties (Great Falls Tribune) 12/15/07

• • Kellogg, casino plans good news for local economy (Battle Creek Enquirer) 12/14/07

• • Afognak Native Corp. defends profits (Kodiak Daily Mirror) 12/12/07

• • Tribal, business leaders focus on regional economic development (Great Falls Tribune) 12/11/07

• • Utes have become a major player (Rocky Mountain News) 12/10/07

• • Enterprise, Apache partner on pipeline (Houston Chronicle) 11/28/07

• • Natives in for big royalty boost as mine reaches profitability (Anchorage Daily News) 11/26/07

• • Four U.S. House bills focus on Natives (Anchorage Daily News) 11/15/07

• • Report evaluates Tribal monetary impacts on the state of Montana (Golden Triangle Newspaper) 11/14/07

• • Near Seattle, Tribal casinos lead to even bigger bets (The New York Times) 11/14/07

• • Time for intertribal alliances, economic diversification has come (Indian Country Today) 11/7/07

• • AIANTA at hub of blossoming Indian country tourism industry (Indian Country Today) 10/31/07

• • Navajo Nation aims to reopen embattled factory (The Daily Times) 10/30/07

• • Finance conference focuses on developing the nations' wealth (Indian Country Today) 10/29/07

• • Winnebago business gets small business award (Nebraska.tv) 10/22/07

• • O'odham aiding elderly, but youth needs unmet (Arizona Daily Star) 10/16/07

• • Berg Integrated Systems awarded lucrative contract with U.S. Army (TradingMarkets.com) 10/12/07

• • State tribes players in global economy (Ada Evening News) 10/10/07

• • Begay-Platero state's Developer of the Year (The Daily Times) 10/2/07

• • Labor complaint issued against casino (The Morning Sun) 9/23/07

• • Tribes celebrate progress in education, state laws (The Olympian) 9/22/07

• • Mashantuckets considering water park for property near Foxwoods (Norwich Bulletin) 9/20/07

• • No bull: Tribes break down economic 'Wall' (Indian Country Today) 9/13/07

• • Raytheon expansion means more jobs for Nation (The Daily Times) 9/4/07

• • More missiles and money: Raytheon to double jobs, space on Navajo Nation (The Daily Times) 8/28/07

• • Muskogee Metalworks recognized nationally (The Atmore Advance) 8/20/07

• • Land to stay as-is, be leased to seller: Pauma Band of Mission Indians purchase organic farm (Union Tribune) 8/16/07

• • Indian hotel located near National Powwow site (Indian Country Today) 8/8/07

• • Plate makers: Tribal vehicle tag sales on rise; they're unique to Oklahoma (Tulsa World) 7/31/07

• • Indian Tribe becomes force in west’s energy boom (The New York Times) 7/24/07

• • Mohegans join race for N.Y. tracks (The Day) 7/17/07

• • Turning the tide [shellfish agreement] (High Country News) 7/16/07

• • Gravel for growth (Anchorage Daily News) 7/16/07

• • Tribes seek clearance for shopping center (Statesmen Journal) 7/12/07

• • Native firms hit $5 billion mark (Anchorage Daily News) 7/12/07

• • CPN's Coker earns state honor (Tecumseh Countrywide News) 7/12/07

• • Seminoles announce plans to expand Hard Rock brand globally (Indian Country Today) 7/9/07

• • Native corporations expand influence in state economy (Anchorage Daily News) 7/9/07

• • Shellfish settlement ends years of rancor (The Seattle Times) 7/6/07

• • The battle over hemp on an Indian reservation (The New York Times) 7/3/07

• • Muckleshoot Tribe to study prospect of arena for Sonics (The Seattle Times) 6/28/07

• • Indian gaming revenues climb (The Washington Post) 6/28/07

• • Tribe's arena proposal in offing (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 6/27/07

• • Seminoles to raise Hard Rock stakes with expansion (The Miami Herald) 6/26/07

• • Two new luxury hotels proposed for Palm Springs (The Press-Enterprise) 6/24/07

• • Bristol Bay hits $1 billion (Anchorage Daily News) 6/22/07

• • Summit shows how important casinos are (Norwich Bulletin) 6/19/07

• • Casino to launch recruiting campaign: Job fair next week kicks off an effort to fill 1,000 new jobs (Journal Sentinel) 6/18/07

• • Summit to show effects of casinos on Eastern Connecticut (Norwich Bulletin) 6/13/07

• • Senecas break ground for golf course in Lewiston (The Buffalo News) 6/12/07

• • Mohegan Sun buys into golf business (The Hartford Courant) 6/8/07

• • Economic development director supports BCDS [Navajo Nation] (Farmington Daily Times) 6/7/07

• • Labor law hits 98% [preference in employment] (Gallup Independent) 6/4/07

• • Indian casinos gross $25 billion in 2006 (The Washington Post) 6/4/07

• • Could tribe save the Sonics? [Muckleshoot Indian Tribe] (The Seattle Times) 6/3/07

• • Native whalers land victory: Subsistence hunt for bowheads approved for next five years (Anchorage Daily News) 5/30/07

• • We all benefit from shellfish agreement (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 5/29/07

• • Flier: Tell Oneidas to pay their taxes (Syracuse.com) 5/25/07

• • Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes to join in Native American Economic Impact Summit (NorwichBulletin.com) 5/18/07

• • Cherokee contemplates Wal-Mart’s impact (Smoky Mountain News) 5/16/07

• • ASRC hits $1 billion revenue 2nd time (Anchorage Daily News) 5/10/07

• • Program looks to Indian reservation for workers (The Rapid City Journal) 5/4/07

• • OSHA must get warrant for casino interviews (Azstarnet.com) 5/1/07

• • Yakamas ready to get rolling on bus system (Yakama Herald Republic) 5/1/07

• • Delmonte fears Seneca impact on tobacco bill (The Buffalo News) 4/23/07

• • Tribal council earmarks funds for services (Tahlequah Daily Press) 4/17/07

• • U.S. sues tribe's company over funds (JSonline.com) 4/3/07

• • New York seeks cigarette tax revenue sharing agreement (Indiancountry.com) 3/26/07

• • Ex-Official at Interior hid his ties to Abramoff (Washingtonpost.com) 3/24/07

• • Fuel oil program praised for aiding many poor tribes (Indian Country Today) 3/19/07

• • Sisters return business to their roots (Spokesman Review) 3/13/07

• • Tribe proposes deal on Sutter [Hospital] (Santa Rosa Press Democrat) 3/13/07

• • Halbritter shaped Oneidas' success (Post-Standard) 3/5/07

• • Ruling favors court's authority in casino lawsuits. (Albuquerque Tribune) 2/27/07

• • Neb. tribe diversifies away from casinos (Mercury News) 2/25/07

• • New program brings equity to Indians going into business (Great Falls Tribune) 2/22/07

• • Ledyard Grand list bumps up by 3.12% [Connecticut] (The Day) 02/02/07

• • Gaming boosts Indians' charity, incomes (Arizona Republic) 1/19/07

• • Tribe funds bridge project (Neosho Daily News) 1/10/07

• • Tribe wins Hard Rock OK (South Florida Business Journal) 1/8/07

• • Chippewa tribe to open community center for Standish branch (Bay City Times) 1/4/07


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