Native Youth Leadership – Applications due April 6th

Visit the website below for additional information Native Youth Community Adaptation and Leadership Congress Frequent Q & A 2017 NYCALC Video    

ICWA Video Viewing & Award presentation

ICWA Video Viewing & Award presentation A video was done 2 years ago for SC DSS regarding ICWA.  The video won an award and the makers would like to present it to the tribe. On Friday October 6th at 2 pm Read More

Spratt & Hagler statue dedication

Trail of History Statue Dedication, Friday, December 5 at 10 am, Little Sugar Creek Greenway at the CPCC Culinary Arts Center, Free. A larger than life, bronze statue of Thomas Kanawha Spratt and Catawba Chief King Hagler will be dedicated Read More

Catawba Indian Nation opens bingo hall in Rock Hill

ROCK HILL — Five minutes before the first number was called, three Charlotte women – “old retired broads,” they call themselves – sat ready, waiting. At their sides were bottles of lemon Lipton iced tea. In front of them were Read More

Catawbas forge successful job partnership with BeaconMedaes

By Don Worthington When Turgay Ozan arrived in Rock Hill almost three years ago to lead BeaconMedaes’ North American operations, he faced several workforce issues. BeaconMedaes, which makes compressors for the medical industry, couldn’t find or keep quality employees. Ozan, Read More

Video: Catawba Indians vs. SC

Check out the video posted online of the argument before the Supreme Court in our case against the state.

Catawba casino case goes before SC high court

By Don Worthington January 22, 2014 Updated 14 hours ago COLUMBIA — How the S.C. Supreme Court interprets the phrase “to the same extent” may determine whether the Catawba Indian Nation can open a casino at its York County reservation. Read More

Catawbas sign lease on Rock Hill bingo hall

ROCK HILL — The Catawba Indian Nation has signed a lease with a Cherry Road shopping center owner to bring high-stakes bingo back to Rock Hill by March. The tribe plans to open its bingo business in North East Plaza, Read More

Legendary Clemson football player, Catawba leader Buck George dies

ROCK HILL — Buck George could run like the wind. He was a record-setting halfback at Clemson University in the early 1950s, but it is his courage and character that will live on. George, a longtime leader of the York Read More

Longtime Tribal Leader, Fred Sanders, passed away at 87

Fred Sanders, a former vice chief for the Catawba Indian Nation and an ardent supporter of Native American rights, died Thursday at the age of 87 after a battle with cancer. Early Fred Sanders was a leading figure in the Read More