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Ribbon cutting held for newly built Red Water Clinic

New Red Water Clinic, open for business as of February 4, is part of the Choctaw Tribal health care system The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians held a ribbon cutting ceremony on February 1 for the new Red Water Clinic. Continue Reading

Change Labs co-working hub means business for Navajo Nation

Businesses Change Labs will help key to Navajo Nation’s long-term job growth and prosperity, says Navajo President Nez On Wednesday, February 6, 2019, over 40 community members and small business owners from across the Navajo and Hopi reservations gathered in Continue Reading

SPS+ Architects complete concept for the American Indian Veterans Memorial

“The hummingbird is widespread in many tribal stories - a storykeeper. They are spiritual messengers associated with joy, healing, and harmony. It is with purpose the location of the Memorial is at the underside of the ‘bird’s wing’ to further Continue Reading

Native Network and Microsoft to deliver broadband to rural communities in Montana and Washington

The partnership will provide reliable internet access to approximately 73,500 unserved people, including local tribal communities REDMOND, WA (November 8, 2018) — On Thursday, Native Network and Microsoft Corp. announced a new agreement to provide broadband internet access to approximately Continue Reading

Navajo Nation Council grants township new authorities to pursue economic opportunities

WINDOW ROCK – On the fourth day of the Fall Council Session, the Navajo Nation Council voted 16-3 to approve Legislation No. 0226-18, which seeks to authorize the Kayenta Township Commission to form wholly owned entities and to extend sovereign Continue Reading

Diné Development Corporation contributes $350,000 to the Navajo Nation

WINDOW ROCK – At the start of Wednesday’s Budget and Finance Committee meeting, Diné Development Corporation CEO Austin Tsosie presented $350,000 to the Navajo Nation, a dividend payment that will be distributed between the Navajo Nation’s General Fund and the Continue Reading

Construction in Indian Country comes to the Arizona Valley for its 15th National Conference

TEMPE, AZ. (October 4, 2018) ‒ Workshops, a trade show, and a keynote speech moderated by the editor of a prominent Native American newspaper highlight the Construction in Indian Country (CIIC) 2018 National Conference Nov. 7-9 at the Wild Horse Continue Reading

NTUA and General Services improve Internet Services to all Tribal Offices

FORT DEFIANCE, AZ – The Navajo Tribal Utility Authority and the Navajo Nation Division of General Services are proud to announce a partnership that will significantly improve the internet/broadband services for tribal offices throughout the Navajo Nation. For years, the Continue Reading

NAVAJO ABANDONED URANIUM MINE FUNDING SOURCES

From ETD INC.  "From 1944 to 1986, nearly 30 million tons of uranium ore were extracted from Navajo lands under leases with the Navajo Nation." Abandoned Uranium Mine Funding Sources From 1944 to 1986, many Navajo people were employed at Continue Reading

Native-Owned Engineering Firm Received DOE Approval as Energy Service Company

Rock Gap Engineering is the first and only American Indian-owned firm in ESCO listing Albuquerque, NM – December 2016 – Rock Gap Engineering, an engineering consulting and construction firm, announced that it was recognized as the first and currently the only Native American Continue Reading

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