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Jacque Siegfried is the co-owner of N, a Broken Arrow, Oklahoma restaurant. (Photo by Stacie Boston, Cherokee Phoenix)

Nātv offers Indigenous cuisine with a modern flair

The Oklahoma restaurant opened on April 12 and offers a seasonal menu with locally-sourced products

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Matt Wadhwani, Puyallup Tribe,FINANCIAL OFFICER, PUYALLUP TRIBE (Photo courtesy: Matt Wadhwani)

Seaplanes new venture for Puyallup

On Thursday’s edition of the ICT Newscast, seaplanes are the newest venture for the Puyallup Tribe in Washington. Three Native youth hit the road to explore Indian Country. Plus, he’s a poet, teacher, and ICT’s new senior producer. Meet R. Vincent Moniz, Jr.

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Jacque Siegfried is the co-owner of N, a Broken Arrow, Oklahoma restaurant. (Photo by Stacie Boston, Cherokee Phoenix)

Nātv offers Indigenous cuisine with a modern flair

The Oklahoma restaurant opened on April 12 and offers a seasonal menu with locally-sourced products

The Navajo Generating Station, once the largest coal-burning plant in the West, closed in 2019 when coal was no longer economically feasible fuel. It was the only client of the nearby Kayenta mine, which also closed. (Photo by Bill Morrow, Creative Commons)

The Wrap: SCOTUS wraps term rejecting EPA authority

Indian Country headlines for Thursday, June 30, 2022

Sarah Adams-Cornell, Choctaw, at the Ban Off Rally and People's Hearing at the Oklahoma State Capitol on April 5, 2022. She co-founded Matriarch, a nonprofit that promotes the social welfare of Native women. (Photo by Allie Shinn)

Supreme Court’s impact on Indian Country

A busy court term included multiple opinions affecting Native people

Havasu Falls, one of five Havasupai waterfalls deep in Arizona’s Havasu Canyon, an offshoot of Grand Canyon National Park but on lands administered by the Havasupai Indian Tribe. (Photo by Carol M. Highsmith | Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division)

Havasupai tribe: Uranium mine threatens our existence

The tribe and several conservation groups have opposed the Pinyon Plain Mine for years and were involved in a legal battle that sought to close the mine, but a judge ruled against them. But that hasn’t stopped the Havasupai

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A clearer roadmap for federal funding for tribes

‘Chronic underfunding leaves many basic needs in the Native American community unmet’