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NTU and CCSD open first early college school academy with Bond Wilson Technical Center

Kirtland, NM – On August 31, 2018, officials from Navajo Technical University and Central Consolidated School District (CCSD) were excited to host the grand opening of Bond Wilson Technical Center, the first early college high school academy in the state Continue Reading

NTEC Opens Application Period for $200,000 Community Benefit Fund

FARMINGTON, N.M. –Navajo Transitional Energy Company opened the application period for the Community Benefit Fund (CBF) on Monday, August 27, 2018. The fund is designed to help community projects. “We are proud to open the application period for our Community Continue Reading

Ponca Tribe of Nebraska announces Carter Lake gaming facility projected to open late October

(Carter Lake, Iowa) – The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska today announced the name of the gaming facility being built on their sovereign land in Carter Lake, Iowa. Prairie Flower Casino is projected to open in late October 2018, and represents Continue Reading

Navajo Nation celebrates the expansion of its largest solar energy project

KAYENTA, Ariz. – On Thursday, Council Delegate Alton Joe Shepherd (Jeddito, Cornfields, Ganado, Kin Dah Lichíí, Steamboat) spoke on behalf of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council at the groundbreaking celebration for the Kayenta Solar Facility II, located approximately five-miles north Continue Reading

Navajo Families receive new housing to replace homes lost in Asaayi Lake Fire

NASCHITTI, N.M.– On Tuesday, Council Delegate Steven Begay (Coyote Canyon, Mexican Springs, Naschitti, Tohatchi, Bahastl’a’a’) had the honor of presenting the key to a new home to 84-year-old Emma Roanhorse, a lifelong resident of the Naschitti community who lost her Continue Reading

Cultural survey by tribes for Enbridge pipeline could be largest effort of its kind

By MIKE HUGHLETT , STAR TRIBUNE July 28, 2018 - 9:57 PM Enbridge’s hotly contested new oil pipeline is slated to cross land claimed by indigenous people for thousands of years. But not before Indian tribes have completed an archaeological Continue Reading

AIANTA Celebrates 20 Years of Tribal Tourism Growth at Southwest Conference

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.— July 26, 2018 — In 1998, a group of tribal tourism operators and those interested in tapping into the industry met to find a mechanism to grow tourism among tribal communities in a way that honored tradition and Continue Reading

Navajo Nation Council Delegate and Arizona Congressman meet with abandoned uranium mine community members

TACHEE/BLUE GAP, Ariz. – Council Delegate Kee Allen Begay, Jr., who represents the community of Tachee/Blue Gap on the 23rd Navajo Nation Council, invited US Congressman Tom O’Halleran (D-AZ) to tour the Claim 28 abandoned uranium site on Tuesday, which Continue Reading


Sacaton, Arizona - In harmony with the vision of our forefathers, the Gila River Indian Community established Gila River Health Care to care for its people. Many years later, the Community is proud to announce the opening of its’ newest 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 Continue Reading

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