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• • Samish Indian Nation buys 14 acres on Highway 20 (Indian Country Today) 12/29/08

• • Tocabe brings Native American food to the Denver dining scene (Cafe Society) 12/17/08

• • Pascua Yaqui Nation feels economic pinch (KOLD) 12/11/08

• • Winning streak continues (Washington Technology) 12/8/08

• • American Indian Business Leaders: Entrepreneurial inspiration (Missoulian) 12/5/08

• • Kinship commerce: New developments in inter-tribal trade (Indian Country Today) 12/5/08

• • Gift shop gets new owners (Minot Daily News) 12/5/08

• • Tribe's pharmacy has grand opening (Morning Sun) 11/26/08

• • Some Native corporations planning for future (Anchorage Daily News) 11/22/08

• • No tribal aid in 1st lame-duck congressional session (Missoulian) 11/21/08

• • Pechanga course - a journey completed (San Diego Union-Tribune) 11/18/08

• • Blackfeet pin hopes on oil (Great Falls Tribune) 11/17/08

• • Out of wireless blackness: Tribe creates its own wireless company (Bismarck Tribune) 11/16/08

• • State recognizes NAPI's work (Daily Times) 11/12/08

• • Sour economy delays tribe's hotel project, but execs still optimistic about 7-story complex (Peninsula Daily News) 11/10/08

• • Tribal members speak out on economic crisis (WMICentral) 11/8/08

• • Blackfeet Indian Tribal lands to be next home to expanding Blue Ray (Hollywood Today) 11/4/08

• • Native 13th Regional Corp. future murky at best (Anchorage Daily News) 11/1/08

• • Oneidas: Business OK despite layoffs (Observer-Dispatch) 10/31/08

• • Tribes looking to economy, sovereignty in presidential race (Superior Telegram) 10/31/08

• • Tribal businesses urged to stay smart (Tulsa World) 10/31/08

• • Calif. tribe donates $1M in flood relief to Havasupai (Arizona Daily Star) 10/24/08

• • Native businesses benefit justly from SBA program (Tundra Drums) 10/23/08

• • McCain ‘clear-eyed’ on Indian development (Indian Country Today) 10/23/08

• • Kempthorne underscores interior initiatives to improve education, spur economic development in Indian Country (7thSpace Interactive) 10/21/08

• • State Indian casinos cashing in, booming: Despite a recent economic downturn, gambling venues are still successful (Tulsa World) 10/17/08

• • MT Indian Equity Fund offers grants for business (Montana's News Station) 10/10/08

• • Rosebud building $3 million grocery store (Rapid City Journal) 10/5/08

• • Navajo open new hotel in Monument Valley (Zonie Report) 9/29/08

• • American Indian tribes share successes (Salt Lake Tribune) 9/24/08

• • Economic consortium of Indian tribes launched; The Native American Group to buy from and sell to member tribes (MarketWatch) 9/23/08

• • House bill would wipe out Indian tobacco industry (Indian Country Today) 9/19/08

• • Farm Aid to feature Tanka bar (Rapid City Journal) 9/19/08

• • Oneida, tribes banding together in trade group (Business Journal of Milwaukee) 9/18/08

• • Potawatomi, Oneida banding together in trade group (Business Journal of Milwaukee) 9/18/08

• • San Manuel tribe's village center hotel opens in Highland (Press-Enterprise) 9/9/08

• • Bristol Bay Native Corp. tops $1.3 billion in revenue (Anchorage Daily News) 9/8/08

• • Chief says tribe is thriving (KTEN) 8/31/08

• • Sea-Ice melt imperils walruses, and economy based on them (Washington Post) 8/29/08

• • Making the best of tough economic times (Indian Country Today) 8/26/08

• • Downtown Cherokee doing just fine, thank you (Cherokee Scout) 8/26/08

• • Navajo wants Canyon de Chelly resolution repealed (Gallup Independent) 8/23/08

• • Crow coal-to-liquids plant could be boon for Montana (Indian Country Today) 8/18/08

• • Tribes gather to explore economic diversity (Daily Herald) 8/21/08

• • Cocopah Tribe purchases former Kmart building (Indian Country Today) 8/12/08

• • Seneca economy grows (Buffalo News) 7/7/08

• • Senecas say report shows nation has become an ‘economic engine’ (The Buffalo News) 6/25/08

• • First IMAX theater joins CIRI mall lineup (Anchorage Daily News) 6/24/08

• • Nation touts $1.1 billion economic study (The Observer) 6/24/08

• • Tribal company to run new hotel in Bellevue (Green Bay Press-Gazette) 6/12/08

• • Paving the way: Economic blueprint may eradicate poverty in Anishinabek Nation (Indian Country Today) 6/9/08

• • Mohawk tribe purchases IGA supermarket (Indian Country Today) 6/10/08

• • Oneidas eye Thornberry Creek course (Green Bay Press-Gazette) 6/7/08

• • Winnebago’s $100 million business shows shaky outlook (News From Indian Country) 6/3/08

• • The state of Indian economic development (News From Indian Country) 6/3/08

• • Osage see economic growth (Tulsa World) 5/29/08

• • Cocopah Tribe buys former Kmart building (Yuma Sun) 5/27/08

• • Three Affiliated Tribes see future prosperity in oil (The Bismarck Tribune) 5/21/08

• • Tribe well-served by land purchase (The Olympian) 5/20/08

• • Casinos' success critical to health of local economy (Norwich Bulletin) 5/16/08

• • Native American energy bar goes national (Rapid City Journal) 5/12/08

• • Hard Rock opens music theme park (The Tampa Tribune) 5/6/08

• • Currency bypasses businesses in the Bush (Anchorage Daily News) 5/5/08

• • 'Tribal business structure handbook' (Indian Country Today) 5/2/08

• • Tribes open technology center (KIMATV) 4/29/08

• • $92 million budget: Hopi village working on development to attract tourist dollars (Indian Country Today) 4/21/08

• • Utah Indians launch business network (Indian Country Today) 4/21/08

• • NAFOA announces its 'Deal of the Year' award winners for 2007 (Indian Country Today) 4/21/08

• • Understanding tribal law (Spokane Journal Of Business) 4/17/08

• • Hopi Village working on $92M tourist draw (KPHO) 4/15/08

• • BIA great plains region to host 10th Annual Great Plains Tribal Economic Development Summit April 15-16, 2008 (U.S. Department of the Interior) 4/11/08

• • Native American Bank's Q1 net income more than doubles (Denver Business Journal) 4/10/08

• • Tribe, Ho-Chunk resolve disputes (The Sioux City Journal) 4/9/08

• • Native entrepreneurs and tribal leaders gather (Indian Country Today) 4/8/08

• • Capitalism's last frontier (The Economist Newspaper) 4/3/08

• • Oil tax sharing agreement nears (The Bismarck Tribune) 4/2/08

• • Tribe takes stake on housing factory at Otay Mesa site (The San Diego Union-Tribune) 3/27/08

• • Tribe building buffalo herd (The Daily Herald) 3/26/08

• • Native American Expo set for April 24 (Wyoming Business Report) 3/18/08

• • Open Road Tours provides training to Native American Tribes (PRLog) 3/18/08

• • McGreevy Meat gets tribal deal (The Wichita Eagle) 3/13/08

• • Wells Fargo, tribes enter investment venture (Indian Country Today) 3/12/08

• • Indian tribes fuel economic development (The Columbian) 3/12/08

• • Seminole Tribe to create beef brand (Tampa Bay Business Journal) 3/10/08

• • Doubling down with a sexy new convention magnet (The Hartford Courant) 3/6/08

• • Prosperity through collective marketing, not exploitation (Indian Country Today) 2/22/08

• • Options for refinery heard (The Bismarck Tribune) 2/20/08

• • Navajo VP hopes for economic development partnership with NM (Las Cruces Sun-News) 2/19/08

• • Crow set new path to economic development (Billings Gazette) 2/16/08

• • New company dedicated to economic development, growth strategies in Indian country (Native American Times) 2/8/08

• • Artman to host kick-off event for DOI intertribal economic consortium initiative (U.S. Department of the Interior) 2/8/08

• • Crow Tribe signs economic compact (The Billings Gazette) 2/7/08

• • Tribes' economic plans stifled by policy (Indian Country Today) 2/1/08

• • In annual address, Garcia puts focus on children (RezNet News) 2/1/08

• • American Indian products selling big on the web (Minnesota Public Radio) 1/24/08

• • Havre woman recognized for small business savvy (Great Falls Tribune) 1/22/08

• • Tanka Bar maker scrambles to meet soaring demand (Rapid City Journal) 1/19/08

• • Reservation gets its first bank (The Bismarck Tribune) 1/18/08

• • New Tigua leader seeks to revitalize reservation (El Paso Times) 1/15/08

• • Tribal economic relations in the shadow of NLRA (Indian Country Today) 1/11/08

• • Great Wolf aims to fill 500 jobs (The Olympian) 1/10/08

• • The state of Indian economic development (News From Indian Country) 1/10/08

• • Socially responsible investing gets a Native interface (Indian Country Today) 1/8/08

 


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