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TAHOLA, Wash. — A new cable landing station established on the Quinault Indian Nation reservation will bring internet connectivity to underserved markets across Washington and Oregon.

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An Alaskan internet services provider has partnered with Bethel Native Corporation in leveraging two federal grants to connect 10 Alaskan communities to a new fiber network. 

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PAWNEE, Okla. — Pawnee Nation has signed an intergovernmental agreement with Pawnee County in Oklahoma to collaborate on infrastructure projects that affect residents.

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The Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program has issued more than $1.35 billion in funding, according to a National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announcement Wednesday. 

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WASHINGTON — Thirty-three Native American and Alaska Native Tribes are getting a $5.9 million boost in Tribal Wildlife Grants to benefit fish and wildlife resources and their habitats. 

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The Grand River Bands of Ottawa Indians will have to wait at least another four months before the tribe hears from the U.S. Department of the Interior about its petition for federal acknowledgement.

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Pechanga Resort Casino has signed a new multi-year partnership to serve as the exclusive tribal casino of the NBA’s LA Clippers. 

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PENDLETON, Ore. — A tribally-owned Oregon-based company is among several organizations nationally that have secured funding for a position that will support tribal members in navigating their newfound broadband access.

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WASHINGTON — More than two dozen American Indian tribes and Alaska Native communities will see an improvement in their transit thanks to $8.6 million in federal grant funding.

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WASHINGTON – A trio of U.S. Senators introduced legislation yesterday to support economic development in tribal communities by removing “fundamentally unfair aspects of the tax code” and putting tribes on par with state and local governments, according to one of the bill’s sponsors.