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9 April 2021 Tribal Business News Staff
HERNDON, Va. — Alaska Native-owned Akima Logistics Services LLC has been awarded a contract from a division of the U.S. Air Force to provide helicopter maintenance services. The 10-year “indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity” Rotary Wing Maintenance Contract is for up to $835 million in services for the branch of the U.S. military.
IVINS, Utah — Tribally owned Kaiva Services LLC has acquired Tulsa-based information systems integrator Banning Contracting Services Inc. in a deal aimed at expanding growth opportunities for the...
POMPANO BEACH, Fla. — Ahtna Marine & Construction Co. LLC (AMCC), a subsidiary of Alaska Native corporation Ahtna Inc., has formed a mentor-protege joint venture with Wisconsin-based marine...
March 26 Gaming
Both Native American tribal candidates have been eliminated for the running for building a casino in Richmond, Va.
WASHINGTON D.C. — Anishinaabe photographer Nedahness Rose Greene is currently in the nation’s capital capturing a watershed moment in Indigenous activism.

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A group of 13 female bison joined a 500-strong herd on the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes’ reservation in Western Oklahoma in early April, thanks to efforts by the city of Denver, Colo. to avoid auctioning off surplus animals.
The discovery of a potential archaeological site in the Straits of Mackinac last fall has opened the door for a Michigan tribe to pursue a new, longshot legal strategy to stop the planned Line 5 pipeline tunnel project.
OKANOGAN, Wash. — When COVID-19 sounded alarm bells across the world last winter, photographer and small business owner Roxanne Best watched as her fledgling business suffered one lost gig after another.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Navajo and Laguna Pueblo artist Steven Yazzie applied for the prestigious Eiteljorg Contemporary Arts Fellowship at least three times since the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art in Indianapolis started the program in 1999.
Jody was close to achieving her dream of becoming a writer. A member of the Muckleshoot Tribe near Seattle, she had gone from living on the streets of Seattle as a teen to nearly finishing a creative writing degree, and had plans to get her master’s degree at New York University. But debilitating back pain caused by an injury she sustained as a teen forced her to drop out of school, just a handful of credits shy of her bachelor’s degree.
DENVER — Backed by a new grant of more than $1.1 million, the American Indian College Fund plans a pair of new programs at tribal colleges and universities in North Dakota and Montana.
WILLAMETTE FALLS, Ore. — The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde is going home.
CROW RESERVATION, Mont. — When the tourists can’t come to Indian Country, Crow entrepreneur Olivia Rose Williamson brings Indian Country to them.
PETERSBURG, Alaska — A municipality in Southeast Alaska on March 12 heard public comments on federal legislation that would allow five landless tribes in the area to form a corporation and be granted acreage within the Tongass National Forest.