Cherokee Nation Tribal Council Re-elects Officers

Published August 17, 2017 TAHLEQUAH — The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council re-elected Speaker Joe Byrd, Deputy Speaker Victoria Vazquez and Secretary Frankie Hargis to their offices during Tuesday night’s monthly Tribal Council meeting, the first since five re-elected members of the board and four new ones were sworn in on Monday. As speaker, Byrd will […]

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Montana American Indian Caucus Want Confederate Fountain Removed

Published August 17, 2017 HELENA, MONTANA – Reacting to the racist demonstrations held last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, members of the American Indian Caucus in the Montana Legislature are calling for the city of Helena to remove a Confederate memorial that sits in a city park. “We ask that you all recognize the harmful message […]

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Montana American Indian Caucus Want Confederate Fountain Removed

Published August 17, 2017 HELENA, MONTANA – Reacting to the racist demonstrations held last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, members of the American Indian Caucus in the Montana Legislature are calling for the city of Helena to remove a Confederate memorial that sits in a city park. “We ask that you all recognize the harmful message […]

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Justice Department Announces Actions to Strengthen Public Safety in Indian Country

  Published August 17, 2017 Department Will Expand Program that Gives Tribes Access to Federal Crime Data Opioid Awareness Trainings in Alaska and California Starting This Week  WASHINGTON – The Justice Department today announced recent developments under the Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety to strengthen law enforcement and public safety in Indian […]

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Justice Department Announces Actions to Strengthen Public Safety in Indian Country

  Published August 17, 2017 Department Will Expand Program that Gives Tribes Access to Federal Crime Data Opioid Awareness Trainings in Alaska and California Starting This Week  WASHINGTON – The Justice Department today announced recent developments under the Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety to strengthen law enforcement and public safety in Indian […]

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Gun Lake Tribe Presents Hopkins Schools with $93,040 to Purchase Computer Technology

Published August 16, 2017 Tribe’s Donation was not required under Local Revenue Sharing Agreement      BRADLEY, MICHIGAN – Today, the Gun Lake Tribe (Tribe) presented Hopkins Public Schools with a financial gift of $93,040 for the purchase of computer technology for the advancement of student learning.  At a check presentation this morning the Gun Lake Tribe’s […]

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