Burning Man festival

For those of you who do not know what burning man is, it is a MASSIVE art festival that takes place in the Nevada dessert.

Something Inside is Broken

In a nutshell, the central story line of creator Alan Wallace’s Something Inside is Broken tells of the Nisenan people’s encounter with John Sutter in the pre-Gold Rush years of 1840’s central California.

Rincon Firefighters honored as heroes

Firefighter Paramedics James Banister and Scott Ferguson of the Rincon Tribal Fire Department were among those honored last week at the 5th annual Hero Awards, sponsored by the North San Diego Business Chamber. The awards were given at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido.

Rincon invests in military shipping crate manufacturer

The Rincon tribe has joined the Colusa tribe in investing in PRC Composites, a manufacturer of fiberglass shipping crates for military weapons.

Rincon tribe has new environmental director

David Burt has joined the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians as Director of the Environmental Department.

Rincon chairman testifies at state capitol hearing

The California State Assembly Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife, chaired by Marc Levine, held a hearing on February 2 on Proposition 1, California’s Water Bond: The Water Quality, Supply & Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014.

Tribal casino’s sustainability efforts make others “green” with envy, but in a good way

In a world where many talk the talk about being “green,” the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians and Harrah’s Southern California Resort also walk the walk.

Oceanside City Council recognizes Rincon Tribal Council for Earth Day contribution

The Oceanside City Council issued an April-Earth Month Proclamation, during which they recognized the five-member tribal council of the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians for the band’s contribution to the city’s Earth… Read More

River Walk adds to Harrah’s experience

Visitors and guests to the Harrah’s Resort and Casino can now find a measure of peace and tranquility away from the noise and action of the casino floor by stepping out to the River Walk that parallels the San Luis Rey River.

Rincon Band to fund road improvements in Escondido: will help VC road gridlock

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians of Valley Center has agreed to contribute $800,000 to fund the shortfall in the East Valley Parkway/ Valley Center Road construction project.