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Photo Courtesy: Office of Governor Andrew Cuomo
Photo Courtesy: Office of Governor Andrew Cuomo
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Do You Support The Oneida Agreement?

A new agreement between New York State and the Oneida Indian Nation has been reached.

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Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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Griffo, Brindisi React To Deal Struck With The Oneidas

State Senator Joseph Griffo says the region has struggled for a long time and he views the agreement as a positive step.

Griffo says he remains confident that a course can be charted that will be beneficial to the Oneida Indian Nation, as well as the taxpayers, homeowners and small businesses throughout Oneida and Madison Counties.

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi says the agreement will benefit Oneida Cou

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from Governor Cuomo's office
from Governor Cuomo's office
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Oneidas, State And Counties Reach Casino Agreement

Leaders from Oneida and Madison Counties and the Oneida Indian Nation joined Governor Andrew Cuomo in Albany today for the announcement of a major agreement between the parties.

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Major Announcement From Governor Cuomo And Oneida County Offiicials

Governor Cuomo and Oneida County officials will be making a major announcement in Albany this afternoon.

 

Watch live streaming video from newyorkstateofficeofthegovernor at livestream.com

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Photo Courtesy: Oneida Indian Nation
Photo Courtesy: Oneida Indian Nation
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Cooperstown School District Gets $10K From Oneida Indian Nation

The Cooperstown School District will be purchasing new uniforms with a new mascot thanks to a $10,000 gift from the Oneida Indian Nation.

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Local Leaders Represent Central New York Tribal Interests At State Economic Summit

Indian Nations and Tribes around New York will be meeting in Albany today.  The purpose of the forum is to strengthen partnerships and promote local investment.

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“Bring The Orange” At Oneida Nation [VIDEO]

Orange fever has hit the Turning Stone Resort and Casino.

As central New York celebrates Syracuse's trip to the Final Four, the Oneida Indian Nation will "Bring The Orange" this week.

A 12-foot tall ice orange-themed ice sculpture has been constructed and the Turning Stone tower will be bathed in orange

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from Cooperstown Central School District
from Cooperstown Central School District
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Cooperstown School Board Votes To Remove Redskins Mascot

The Oneida Indian Nation is congratulating the Cooperstown School Board for voting to remove the Redskins mascot from its sports teams.

The board voted 6-to-1 Wednesday night to drop the name.

The move was prompted by last month's vote by the student body that the mascot be changed

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images
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Oneida Nation Responds To Picente’s State Of County Address

Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente called for renewed talks with the Oneida Indian Nation in his State of the County Address.

The Oneida Indian Nation has issued a statement in response to Picente's address

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Cooperstown Central School District
Cooperstown Central School District
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Oneida Nation CEO Featured In Op-Ed Piece Calling For End To Native American Mascots

The Deerslayers, Hawkeyes or Pathfinders. Each has the potential to become the new nickname for the Cooperstown Central School District.

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