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Renewed dedication to tribal construction education

Construction in Indian Country elects new executive board, advisory council TEMPE, Ariz. – Every two-years, the Construction In Indian Country® (CIIC) executive board and advisory council elect its membership and renews its spirit and dedication to construction education for the Continue Reading

Big Business in Big Sky Country

NADC hosts annual Native American economic development conference BILLINGS, Mont. – The Native American Development Corporation (NADC) held its 11th Annual Economic Development & Procurement Conference in Billings, Montana on July 30, through August 1. This year, entrepreneurship, procurement, economic Continue Reading

Pascua Yaqui Tribe Breaks Ground on New Health and Social Services Building

(TUCSON, Ariz. – July 16, 2019) -- The Pascua Yaqui Tribe has broken ground on a new 100,000- square-foot building for its Health and Social Services Divisions. The new Pascua Yaqui Health Services Center II, to be located at Camino Continue Reading

Help CIIC recognize distinguished organizations, individuals, projects

Construction In Indian Country calls for award nominations TEMPE, AZ – Construction In Indian Country (CIIC) is calling for nominations of distinguished projects, individuals and teams to be recognized and honored by industry leaders at the CIIC 2019 National Conference, Continue Reading

Choctaw Casino & Resort – Durant Breaks Ground on World Class Expansion

From Choctaw Casinos DURANT, Okla. (April 25, 2019) – Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma proudly broke ground today on an expansion project at its resort property in Durant, Okla. The number of rooms in the luxury hotel will increase by 1,000 Continue Reading

Smyrna, Milford linemen bring electricity to Navajo Nation

From: Delaware State News  | By Craig Anderson SMYRNA — For a week straight, First State linemen are helping shine light on the needy Navajo Nation. A four-member Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation crew has worked 12-hour days and heads home Saturday. Continue Reading

$220 Million Available for Small Businesses to Perform Uranium Mine Cleanup

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Navajo Nation Council leadership commends the announcement by U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, Sen. Martin Heinrich, Rep. Ben Ray Luján, and the Environmental Protection Agency to award uranium mine remediation contracts over a five-year period valued at Continue Reading

Navajo Nation Commends Introduction of Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Act

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation Council commends U.S. Senators Mitt Romney (R-UT), Martha McSally (R-AZ), and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) for introducing the Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Act Thursday. The act will resolve the Navajo Nation’s federally reserved Continue Reading

USDA: Eligibility criteria released for tribal biomass program

From: BIOMASS Magazine, by Erin Voegele The U.S. Forest Service has released eligibility criteria for Indian tribes and Alaska tribal organizations that want to develop demonstration projects to promote biomass energy production under 2017 amendments made to the Tribal Forest Protection Continue Reading

Consumer Energy Alliance Announces New Report on Impacts of Increased Production and Infrastructure in Colorado and Utah’s Piceance and Uinta Basins

DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the leading consumer advocate for energy, released a report on “Natural Gas Markets for the Western States and Tribal Nations,” detailing how abundant natural gas resources in the Piceance and Uinta basins of Colorado and Continue Reading

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