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SAN DIEGO — The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission Indians has inked a multi-year partnership with a National Women’s Soccer team ahead of the San Diego Wave Fútbol Club’s debut at Snapdragon Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 17.

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SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. — Internet service across the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians’ territory in the rural easter Upper Peninsula of Michigan often buckles under pressure of the region’s harsh winter weather. 

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CHOCTAW, Miss. — Backed by a new $5.8 million federal grant, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians is planning to renovate and expand its Advanced Workforce Training Center to better meet the needs of tribal members.

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State and federal regulations surrounding farm operations are arcane to begin with, a problem only exacerbated by adding tribal land and sovereignty issues into the mix. 

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WILLOW CREEK, Calif. — The Yurok Tribe has expanded its holdings via a transaction this month for the 90-acre Bigfoot Golf Course and Country Club in Willow Creek, Calif.

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KETCHIKAN, Alaska — The Tribal Council of Ketchikan Indian Community has appointed Ruby Steele (Hualapai) as its new tribal administrator. 

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Six tribal projects have received federal grant awards totaling $20 million intended to help spur economic growth. 

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As tribes grapple with a historic rush of federal funding intended to get underserved or unserved areas online, Native-led organizations have stepped up to help navigate the process. 

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The $49 million in federal funding that the Southeast Conference of Alaska was awarded for its proposed mariculture industry cluster effectively hits the fast-forward button on the project. 

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Three south Alaskan groups have received $12.4 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to support regionally led conservation and economic growth efforts.