Nevada’s Indian Territory News

2016 News



Nevada Magazine: November/December 2016
Lessons to be Learned: Stewart Indian School is still teaching that the past should be remembered.

Today, Stewart is one of the few Indian school campuses still intact and open to the public. Many alumni remember the school fondly and
return each year to meet friends at the Father’s Day Powwow.
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AIANTA: November 14, 2016
Tourism in Indian Country: an economic success storyt

Tourism is our country’s number one service export, and tribes are increasingly taking advantage of the trends to build travel destinations that attract millions of visitors each year. Interest by overseas travelers in Indian Country has increased in the last six years and even set records in the last four.
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November 13: KOLO Channel 8, Reno
First Native American Honor Flight returns home

Honor Flight is a national nonprofit that helps send Veterans on free trips to Washington D.C. to see their war memorials. It gives veterans the opportunity to honor those who served alongside them, but never made it home.
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November 10: KOLO Channel 8, Reno
First-ever Native American Honor Flight leaves Reno

Native American veterans from Nevada and California flew Thursday to Washington D.C. to visit the National Museum of the American Indian, attend the Veterans Day ceremony and place a sash on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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AIANTA:  November 7, 2016
American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association and National Park Service Celebrate Native American Heritage Month

National Parks and Tribes Collaborate to bring Cultural Experiences and Connections to Travelers.
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2016-Nevada-Indian-Day-Proclamation Carson City, Nevada: October 13, 2016
November Proclaimed American Indian Heritage Month in Nevada

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signed a proclamation designating November as American Indian Heritage Month in Nevada.
CLICK HERE to read and download the proclamation.

AIANTA, Carson City, Nevada: May 2, 2016
National Native Tourism Organization Proclaims Travel and Tourism Week in Indian Country
American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association and National Tourism Industry Endorse Tourism’s Economic Benefits during National Travel and Tourism Week.
CLICK HERE to to read and download the entire press release.