Monthly Archives:July 2018

Construction In Indian Country – Call for Session Proposals

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 27, 2018   Construction in Indian Country Announce Call for Session Proposals TEMPE, AZ‒ Construction in Indian Country (CIIC) National Conference invites session proposals on all areas of construction practice, research and of allied fields. Proposals submitted will be for sessions and workshops offered at this year’s CIIC Conference. In following Continue Reading

Tribal, gaming officials break ground on new Convention Center

From CHEROKEE ONE FEATHER By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. The previous expansion at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in 2013 was dubbed a “masterpiece”, and now tribal and gaming officials of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are expanding the canvas and adding more amenities to the property. Ground was broken on the morning of Tuesday, June Continue Reading

Department of Energy Issues $2 Billion Tribal Energy Loan Guarantee Program Solicitation

WASHINGTON D.C. — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued the first loan guarantee solicitation for the Tribal Energy Loan Guarantee Program (TELGP) under DOE’s Loan Programs Office. This solicitation provides as much as $2 billion in partial loan guarantees to support economic opportunities for Native American and Alaska Native communities through energy development projects Continue Reading

2018 Tribal Planning and Western Planner Conference

Building Partnerships Through Understanding Cooperation and Consultation The Tribal Planning Interest Group of APA, the American Planning Association, and the Western Planning Resources/The Western Planner are co-hosting this conference being held Aug. 5-8 in Fort Hall, Idaho. As an added bonus, this conference is being held in conjunction with the 2018 Shoshone-Bannock Festival, Rodeo, Pow-Wow Continue Reading