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The Week That Was: October 23, 2016
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NB3 Foundation Takes Aim at Sugary Beverages
Sugary-sweetened beverages are the single largest category...
Tribal Governance Made Easy with Blue Stone’s Soft Touch
Blue Stone Strategy Group, a majority Native-owned and –...
Fear Is Big Oil’s Main Message When Touting Pipeline Jobs
It’s all spelled out right on Energy Partners LP’s website...
Smoky Mountain Trout Farmer Pioneers Natural and Sustainable Feeding Program
John McCoy, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee...
Hollywood Casino Jamul to Open in San Diego on October 10
Jamul Indian Village and its partner Penn National Gaming,...
10 Native-Proud Images From White House Tribal Nations Conference
Youth, elders and leaders from across Turtle Island...
Indian Country Business Today
State Department Draft Environmental Report Says Keystone XL Effects on Both Climate Change and Oil Supply Would Be Minimal
On British Columbia's Central Coast, the Way Forward
Chris Wood, TheTyee.ca
[Editor’s Note: Often passed, seldom visited by outsiders, British Columbia’s Central Coast is home to the continent’s longest-settled places and most enduring peoples...
Grassroots Natives Meet EPA, Highlight Keystone XL Concerns
American Indian citizens are ramping up efforts to inform various federal agencies about the potential harmful effects on tribal communities if the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline is...
Poverty Affects American Indians and Alaska Native Population More Than All Races
The U.S. Census Bureau recently released its American Community Survey that measured poverty rates by race from 2007 to 2011...
Landslide Buckles Arizona Highway, Closing 20 Miles of U.S. 89 and Cutting off Parts of Navajo Nation
A landslide caused a 150-foot section of U.S. 89 in Arizona to buckle, indefinitely closing a 20-mile stretch of a major route serving the Navajo Nation...
Shakopee Mdewakanton Award $1 Million Grants to Bois Forte, Upper Sioux
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community has donated $1 million each to two Minnesota tribal nations: the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa and Upper Sioux Community...
NOVA Corporation To Sponsor Tribal Business Leaders Forum at RES 2013
The Navajo Nation-owned information technology company NOVA Corporation will sponsor the Tribal Business Leaders Forum at this year’s National Reservation Economic Summit (RES), Ma...
Arizona Tribes and Environmental Groups Oppose HR 287 for Mining in the Tonto National Forest
Environmentalists and tribal activists are crying foul on a mining proposal on sacred land in Arizona that’s been resurrected for the eighth year in Congress...
Tlingit CEO of Colorado-Based IT Company Opens Branch in Rural Kake
Few are unaware that the United States has suffered the most severe economic downturn since The Great Depression...
Yurok Tribe Votes to Put Settlement Funds Toward First Hotel and Casino
Members of the Yurok Tribe have voted in favor of a special referendum to distribute funds secured in the Nez Perce v...
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