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Pueblo’s Rules Take a Back Seat
Obama Increases Disaster Assistance
Best Indian Food 2013: Slow-Cooked Soup
Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month
Elijah Harper Laid to Rest
Nevada's Indian Territory Exhibit Opens
Second Annual Oklahoma Slam
Red, White, Black and Blue
'Tonto's Giant Nuts' feat. Johnny Depp
Tribal Programs Cited for Innovation
Biden Credits Community with NTC Success
U.S. House Acts to Help Native Veterans
Jack Gladstone, Haida Dancers in Idaho
WI School District Drops Native Logo
SRMT and New York Reach Agreement
GIWC Sets Priorities for UNPFII
Best Indian Food 2013: Roasted Salmon
Hoops Pioneer Cliff Johns Shares
Arctic Council Balances Ice and Business
Haudenosaunee Grand Council on Councils
Things About Skins
Russian Tanker Within 100 Miles of Nome
January 11, 2012
A tanker carrying desperately-needed fuel is closing in on Nome, Alaska, a city of 3,600 residents, more than half of whom are Alaska Natives...
Alaska Rural Newspapers Find New Owners
August 19, 2011
Concern and disappointment over the closing of Alaska's rural newspapers, known collectively as Alaska Newspapers, Incorporated (ANI), has turned to hope and excitement as all six ...
Nuvista Light and Electric Names New Energy Director
July 13, 2011
Elaine “Chicky” Samuelson-Brown beat out candidates nationwide for the energy director and general manager position at Nuvista Light and Electric Cooperative...
Navajo President Discussed Business Partnerships at ANC Conference
July 11, 2011
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly discussed energy and infrastructure development with several Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs) at the National 8(a) Association Annual Conference...
Suulutaaq Earns Praise, Battles Flood of Criticism for Work in Napa
July 08, 2011
Flooding outside St. John's Hall in Napa, California in 2005. (Photo courtesy of NapaFloodControl.com) An Alaska Native construction company partnering with the U.S...
Sen. McCaskill Plans to Introduce Bill to Strip Alaska Native Corps of Contracting Upper Hand
November 17, 2010
Minority Business Development Agencies to Spring Up in Cities With Large American Indian Populations—Starting With Santa Fe
October 03, 2012
A competitive grant process landed the Albuquerque-based American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico (AICCNM) $1,275,000 to operate a new Minority Business Development Agency...
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