June 9, 2014
Fort Sill Apache Sues National Indian Gaming Commission Over Five Year Delay on New Mexico Casino Closure
Today, the Fort Sill Apache Tribe filed a lawsuit against the National Indian Gaming Commission after waiting for half a decade for the agency to review the Tribe's appeal of a notice of violation that its Chairman issued to the Tribe in 2009.
April 14, 2014
Fort Sill Apache Tribe Wins Lawsuit in New Mexico Supreme Court
Today, the New Mexico State Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe (FSA) requiring Governor Martinez to recognize the Tribe under state law and include FSA in the annual State-Tribal Summit.
March 7, 2014
Fort Sill Apache Tribe Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Release from Prisoner of War Status
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the release from prisoner of war status of the Chiricahua - Warm Springs Apache Tribe, now known as the Fort Sill Apache Tribe.
December 18, 2013
Fort Sill Apache Tribe Sues New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez, Indian Affairs Department in New Mexico Supreme Court
Tuesday, the Fort Sill Apache Tribe (FSA) filed a lawsuit against Governor Susana Martinez and her administration in the New Mexico Supreme Court asserting that the Governor is violating a state statute in failing to recognize FSA as a New Mexico tribe.
May 23, 2013
Fort Sill Apache Tribal Chairman Jeff Haozous Elected Vice President of New Apache Alliance
On May 10, Fort Sill Apache Tribal Chairman Jeff Haozous was elected Vice President of the Apache Alliance. Seven of the nine Apache Tribes were present at a meeting at the White Mountain Apache Reservation to approve the organization’s charter and elected its officers.
April 2013 Issue
Wild West Magazine
On November 16, 2012 the Fort Sill Apache Tribe celebrated the first anniversary of the official recognition of its reservation by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
November 18, 2012
The New York Times, Tribe Looks to End Old Exile, but Casino Plans Lead to Conflict
AKELA FLATS, N.M. — On a dust-swept strip of Interstate, not far from the Mexican border, sits a small rest stop where weary truckers trickle in day and night, slump down at the handful of tables inside and order a half-pound burger or a cup of coffee.