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Pictured: Eve’s Fund Scholarship 2019-2020 recipients from left to right, Top Row: Isaac Yazzie, Lance Gilbert Morris, Joshua Begay. Bottom Row: Isaiah Morris, Kenny Sloan, Uriel Benally, Kalani Williams, Natalyn Yazzie, Keonna Hosteen, Alana Smith, Sky Harper, Jaden Shirley. (Not shown: Kimberlynnibah Yazzie). Photo courtesy of Navajo Prep.

Eve’s Fund announces virtual traffic safety presentation for Navajo teens

ThinkFirst Navajo program is the only ThinkFirst National Injury Prevention projects serving a federally recognized Indian Reservation

Crazy Horse Memorial's new leadership team: Associate Director Whitney A. Rencountre, Director Joshua Rudnik, and Manager of Residence Life Nathaniel "Nate" Watahomigie (Crazy Horse Memorial).

Crazy Horse Memorial announces the Indian University of North America’s new leadership team

Foundation prepares for summer program partnership with South Dakota universities

Founder and President of G-Health Enterprises Dr. Raul Vazquez administers a COVID vaccine to J.C. Seneca, founder of J.C. Seneca Foundation at their Feb. 20 Native vaccine pop-up.

J.C. Seneca Foundation and G-Health Enterprises provide health care services for Native territories

Collaborative effort vaccinates 350 members of the New York Native community and essential workers

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Montana Democratic Party announces first Democratic Tribal Committee

The first state party in the country to establish a Democratic Tribal Committee elects Maria Vega and Lance Four Star as Chair and Vice-Chair

Photo of ribbon cutting outside the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate COVID-19 Quarantine and Isolation Facility on the Lake Traverse Reservation in Sisseton, South Dakota, on Feb. 23, 2021 (Consolidated Construction Co., Inc).

Consolidated Construction Co. teams with HKG Architects to build quarantine and isolation facility for Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Tribe

Extensive project includes urgently needed quarantine and isolation facility, a food pantry and an early childhood learning center

The Navajo Nation weighed several plans Thursday to spend the last $177 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds the tribe received – money that has to be spent by the end of the year or will be lost. (Photo by Chelsea Hofmann, Cronkite News)

Navajo Nation approves $22.7 million in funding for summer youth employment and impacted enterprises

Navajo Nation approves $4 million of funding for summer youth employment and $18.7 million to four enterprises battling the impacts of the pandemic

Minnesota House of Representatives Rep. Heather Keeler (D-Moorhead), an enrolled member of the Yankton Sioux Tribe, discusses the 2021 Increase Teachers of Color Act in a Zoom call.

Increase Teachers of Color Act gains momentum in the legislature

Minnesota House of Representatives Rep. Heather Keeler), Yankton Sioux Tribe, speaks as lead author of Increase Teachers of Color Act

Cherokee Nation citizens and those from federally recognized tribes eligible for services with Cherokee Nation Health Services get COVID-19 vaccines at the new Cherokee Nation office located at 402 West Locust Street in Stilwell on Wednesday.

Cherokee Nation now in phase three of vaccine distribution plan

Cherokee Nation now in third and final phase of vaccine plan, more than 24,000 doses administered

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FCC grants additional spectrum licenses for rural tribes

Spectrum licenses granted to advance wireless communications to 21 Native communities

Pictured L to R: Cherokee Nation Chief of Staff Todd Enlow, Deputy Chief Bryan Warner, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., Secretary of Natural Resources Chad Harsha. Chief Hoskin signed the Cherokee Nation Hunting and Fishing Compact extension with the State of Oklahoma on Thursday in Tahlequah.

Cherokee Nation invests $1.3M to upgrade water, sewer lines

Tribe will upgrade water and sewer lines serving more than 18,000 people in 10 counties

President Joe Biden speaks in the State Dining Room of the White House, in Washington on Friday, Feb. 5. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Biden approves Oklahoma disaster declaration

Federal assistance to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe winter storms

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Ho-Chunk casino leads in reducing salt pollution in Teejop

Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison takes up responsibility of reducing salt pollution in the four lakes area of Wisconsin

In this Aug. 22, 2019, file photo, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., speaks during a news conference in Tahlequah, Okla. Hoskin Jr. plans to invest $16 million into the Oklahoma-based tribe's language preservation program, including a new cabinet-level position focused on its language, culture and community. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief proposes funding for substance abuse treatment facilities, wellness centers

The Cherokee Nation Public Health and Wellness Fund Act could set aside up to $12 million to provide citizens with access to substance abuse treatment and health centers

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Chilkat robe returned to its homeland

A Chilkat robe has returned to its homeland at the Sealaska Heritage Institute, where one of the world's most complex and endangered weaving techniques will be studied

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Vision Maker Media receives $500,000 funding increase from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

Additional support to increase diverse perspectives in public media by and for Native American and Alaska Native communities

Ten inches of mud can be typical on the unpaved roads of the Navajo Nation during spring thaw, making access to remote communities especially difficult.

Bipartisan bill renews effort to strengthen Tribal transportation infrastructure

Tribal Transportation Equity and Transparency Improvement Act aims to improve the Tribal Transportation Program