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18 June 2024 Tribal Business News Staff
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community in Washington state has been awarded nearly $400 million after a federal judge ruled BNSF Railway trespassed on the tribe’s reservation land.
17 Jun
The Seminole Tribe can continue offering mobile sports betting after the United States Supreme Court today declined to hear a legal challenge, potentially setting a precedent for tribal gaming...
June 14
The federal government has funneled more than $2 billion directly into Indian Country broadband - with more yet to come . Between tribal-specific programs and wider eligibility for other federal...
June 14
An infrastructure project to breathe life back into southern Alaska's dwindling salmon population could restore a critical food source for Alaska Natives and bolster the region’s $20 million fishing...
June 13
For many tribes in the southeastern U.S., conservation efforts by outsiders have often meant a disregard for traditional practices.
Alissa Pili, a rookie with the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx basketball team, has signed an endorsement deal with Nike’s N7 brand.
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced over $108 million in grants for 85 projects aimed at improving transportation and reducing roadway fatalities and serious injuries on federal and tribal lands.
Entrepreneur Dana Thompson (Wahpeton-Sisseton, Mdewakanton Dakota), co-founder of the award-winning Owamni restaurant in Minneapolis, has launched a new social impact company and adult beverage brand called “Heti.”
In early 2023, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Topeka (FHLB Topeka) wondered if they would see demand for a new grant program for Native American housing projects.
This month's Indian gaming news round-up dives into a Supreme Court case with major implications for Florida mobile betting, a contentious off-reservation casino project in Oregon, and big expansion plans, earnings news, and leadership changes across Indian Country.
This month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service will conduct its first-ever Indigenous agribusiness trade mission to Canada. The trip will be led by USDA Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs Alexis M. Taylor.
Native American leaders yesterday announced a first-of-its-kind initiative to help tribal governments and communities establish comprehensive digital sovereignty plans.
Here’s our monthly roundup of recent landback deals, trust acquisitions, and other noteworthy real estate news involving federally recognized tribes, Native-serving organizations, and Indigenous businesses.
Diné Development Corporation (DDC), the economic development arm of the Navajo Nation, announced the formation of a strategic joint venture by subsidiary Red Canyon Technologies, as well as a significant contract award for its DDC IT Services unit.
Warm, orange sunlight dapples the forest floor, illuminating a scene of an Ojibwe youth in a red hoodie. Perched nearby, a talking cat chimes in with a warning: don’t give your real name too freely in the forest.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has partnered with the College of Menominee Nation in northeastern Wisconsin on a grant program for the state’s federally recognized tribes and their members.
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) said it will provide grant funding to six tribal projects through a collaboration with the US Forest Service.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) yesterday announced more than $225 million in funding to enhance drinking water and wastewater services for American Indian tribes and Alaska Native villages.