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Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki scores well with secret shopper

The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is known for its beautiful artifacts and  nature boardwalk, but its latest accomplishment emphasizes the museum’s service.The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is known for its beautiful artifacts and  nature boardwalk, but its latest accomplishment emphasizes the museum’s service. On June 30, the Florida Attractions Association (FAA) informed Museum Director Paul

NIGC finds increase in 2016 gaming revenues

After reviewing 2016 revenue numbers, the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) found that the fiscal year 2016 gross gaming revenue totaled $31.2 billion, a 4.4 percent increase from 2015. All of NIGC’s administrative regions showed growth during the year. The following regions saw the corresponding increases: Sacramento — 6.3 percent, Oklahoma

USET moves forward after semi-annual meeting

United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. (USET) did not stop their momentum for change in Indian Country at the semi-annual meeting in Nashville last month. The organization is moving forward with actions that they believe will help Native Americans grow and progress. The semi-annual meeting focused on programs and services that

Leadership training turns tribal members into tribal leaders

Leaders are not expected to be perfect, but with some training, those leadership skills can go to the next level. From July 25-28, approximately 45 Tribal members had the opportunity to participate in free leadership training. Held at the Native Learning Center, the 4-day event focused on increasing the understanding and

Florida drops gaming lawsuit, settles with Tribe

The Tribe and the state of Florida settled a legal battle regarding violations of the existing gaming compact July 5. The settlement agreement will allow the Tribe’s gaming operations to continue with blackjack and baccarat through 2030. The agreement ends the state’s federal lawsuit challenging the Tribe’s right to keep blackjack

Paula Bowers-Sanchez makes grand entrance at Grand Ole Opry

Actress and award-winning singer Paula Bowers-Sanchez continues taking her talent beyond Seminole reservations. To further her list of impressive accolades, Bowers-Sanchez performed alongside John McEuen from the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band at the Grand Ole Opry on June 2. Accompanying her were her agent Marilyn McEuen, who is John’s wife, country

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