Entries from News Archive 2008 tagged with 'mohegan'

Editorial: Mohegan Tribe's government in infancy

"The Mohegan Tribe may be hundreds of years old, but it's very much in its infancy when it comes to running a modern government, with all kinds of public works, housing, education and entitlement programs. All that has come with...

Editorial: Open doors to Mohegan Tribe's court

"It was troubling to learn that David Collins, a columnist for this newspaper, ran into resistance when he tried to obtain documents from the Mohegan Tribal Court. Mr. Collins wanted information on tribal litigation involving a member who allegedly posted...

Column: Mohegan Tribe clamps down on the press

"Imagine a place where a government, apparently stung by the criticism of a vibrant and sometimes sassy local press, moves not just to restrict what might be legally published about the government but also prosecutes a journalist who has leveled...

Mohegan man uninjured after rescue from river

A 76-year-old member of the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut escaped injury after falling into the Thames River on Monday. Donald Tantaquidgeon was transporting his boat when he fell into the river. Authorities said the Navy veteran remained calm throughout the...

Editorial: Mohegan museum a tribute to tribe

"The Mohegan Tribe has more than $2 billion worth of property at its Mohegan Sun casino, but the tiny Tantaguidgeon Museum off Church Lane in Uncasville, not far from the smoky glass and chrome gambling halls just up Route...

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