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Southern Ute Tribe Declares Disaster Over Mining Spill in Animas River
The Southern Ute Indian Tribe, the first to watch a 100-mile-long plume of toxic mining sludge flow through their reservation in the Animas River, has declared a state of local dis...
Toxic River Spill Flowing Across Navajo Nation Is 3 Million Gallons, Not One: EPA
The Navajo Nation, Colorado and New Mexico declared disaster emergencies on August 10 as the U.S...
Extra Time for Tribes to Get Energy Project Assistance
Tribes will get a couple of extra weeks to apply for technical assistance from the U.S. Department of Energy on their energy projects...
Nine Tribes to Receive $7 Million From Department of Energy for Wind, Biomass, Solar Projects
Nine tribes will receive a total of more than $7 million from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for clean-energy projects, the agency announced on November 14...
Ten Tribes Receive Department of Energy Clean-Energy Technical Assistance
Biomass facilities, solar projects and even relocation support are among the tribal initiatives receiving technical assistance awards from the U.S...
Young Utes Get Red Carpet Greeting at Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs Meeting, All Native Rodeo Discussed
As befits royalty, some special attention was given to young Utes who attended the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs (CCIA) events in their special regalia, prior to offering t...
Urban Indians May Benefit From Colorado Law's Changes
A 37-year-old statute has dictated the relationship between Colorado’s government and the state’s Native residents, while never fully addressing the concerns of today’s growing urb...
First Republican Native Judge in New Mexico Up for Re-election
The first Republican Native American appointed to the Second Judicial District Court in New Mexico is running for re-election. Samuel L...
Global New Energy Summit Discussed Solar Development on Tribal Lands
Carolyn Stewart, managing partner of Red Mountain Energy Partner, a tribal energy adviser, moderated a discussion between leaders in the energy industry and tribal leaders at the G...
Arizona Culinary School Recruits American Indians, Now Available for Federal Financial Aid
A Scottsdale, Arizona-based cooking school that actively recruits American Indians to attend its culinary program now allows students to qualify for federal financial aid...
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