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Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe seeks an increase in tourism business (11/22)
The Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe of Nevada is working to bring more tourists to the reservation. Pyramid Lake remains the biggest draw. The tribe recently held a $50,000 fishing tournament and is on track to issue 75,000 fishing permits this...

Chickasaw Nation starts work on tourism center in Oklahoma City (08/26)
The Chickasaw Nation has begun work on a tourism center in Oklahoma City. The tribe is building offices, an information center and a retail outlet in the historic Bunte Candy Factory Building in an area of the city known as...

New Mexico tribe to use $1M grant to rebuild historic trading post (08/02)
Kewa Pueblo in New Mexico received a $1 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to restore an historic trading post on the reservation. The Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post was a frequent stop for rail travelers and...

BIA defends use of federal funds for ferry project in Alaska village (07/22)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs says the Seldovia Village Tribe in Alaska has not misused federal funds for a ferry project that has become politically controversial. The BIA awarded the tribe nearly $2 million in 2004 and the tribe...

Havasupai Tribe evacuates over 100 people due to flash flooding (07/22)
The Havasupai Tribe of Arizona reported an evacuation of about 160 people from the reservation after a flash flood on Monday. Most of the people were tourists who were staying at a campground on the reservation. No injuries were...

Navajo Nation upgrades Monument Valley offerings (12/03)
The Navajo Nation is getting ready to welcome more visitors to the Monument Valley Tribal Park. The tribe remodeled the visitor center at the park to displays, an observatory and an audio-visual room. There's also an area for cultural demonstrations....

Wisconsin tribes sign tourism agreement with state (11/24)
Native American Tourism of Wisconsin, an inter-tribal consortium, will sign an agreement with the Wisconsin Department of Tourism today. NATOW is receiving a two-year, $400,000 grant through Wisconsin Act 28. The tribes will use the money to promote tribal tourism,...

Voice of America: Eastern Cherokee and tourism (11/11)
"In 1838, the Cherokee were forced to give up their land in the east and migrate to what is now Oklahoma. More than 4,000 died on the journey known as the Trail of Tears, but some Cherokee remained behind,...

Travel: Navajo Nation opens doors to the world (09/28)
"On the road through the tree-studded high desert toward the small town of Chinle, Arizona, the car radio was picking up the local Navajo station, with a playlist heavy in Top 40 hits, peppered with Navajo-language station breaks and...

Travel: New generation of reservation tourism (08/24)
"On the road through the tree-studded high desert toward the small town of Chinle, Ariz., the car radio was bringing in the local Navajo station, with a playlist heavy in Top 40 hits, peppered with Navajo-language station breaks and...

Cherokee Nation unveils tourism campaign (08/18)
The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma launched a tourism campaign to promote tribal history and culture. The Osiyo campaign will feature four tours. The tribe partnered with the Fort Gibson Historic Site, the Will Rogers Memorial Museum and other organizations...

Havasupai Tribe delays Grand Canyon reopening (05/01)
The Havasupai Tribe of Arizona won't be reopening its reservation to tourists today as planned. Concerns about the H1N1 virus, commonly known as swine flu, prompted the delay. The village won't reopen until June 1, the tribe said. The village...

Survey reveals insights in Montana Indian tourism (02/26)
Tourists want to learn about Indian history and culture, according to a survey from the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana. Researchers found that 69 percent of people who visited a reservation were drawn by...