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The Trees Danced for Us
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Ho-Chunk Inc. Subsidiary Gets $2.3 Million Federal Contract
All Native Solutions, a Ho-Chunk subsidiary in the corporation's Flatwater Group division, was recently awarded a $2.3 million contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to provide...
American Indian College Fund Tribal College Honoree of the Year Named
American Indian College Fund
College of Muscogee Nation Gets Federal Funding
The College of Muscogee Nation in Okmulgee, Oklahoma is eligible for operation funding from the Bureau of Indian Education...
Dr. Venida S. Chenault Becomes Haskell President
Bureau of Indian Education Director Dr. Charles M. Roessel today announced the selection of Dr. Venida S...
Washburn Names Dr. Charles Roessel Director of the BIE
On December 11, Dr. Charles M...
Tired of Corruption, Mont. Tribal Members and the Guardians Fight Back
Tribal self-governance is a process that continues to be a struggle among some of the 566 federally recognized tribes resulting in tens of millions of taxpayer dollars misappropria...
Haskell Indian Nations University Closer to Hiring New President
The week of October 14, seven candidates went through semi-public interviews to take over as the next president of Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, reported t...
The Government Shutdown Hits Indian Country Hard on Many Fronts
The government shutdown continues into its third week as funds are drying up for many agencies struggling to remain open...
Oklahoma Tribes Weathering the Shutdown
In the Southwest Oklahoma town of Anadarko, Oklahoma, one of the largest employers is the federal government...
Shutdown Puts American Indian Children in the Crosshairs
Tanya H. Lee
Three children from the Spirit Lake Tribe will not be reconciling with their mom this week because the Bureau of Indian Affairs social worker required to be present at a custody he...
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