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OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Skydance Brewing Co. got its start as a member of brewing co-op in 2019. Now two and a half years and a nearly $1 million investment later, the company has moved into its own production and taproom space, and owner Jacob Keyes couldn’t be happier. 

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In the 11 years Ann McCormack ran a small business, the Nez Perce tribal member rarely saw other women who looked like her or shared her goals. 

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HOYT, Kan. — Morning Light LLC is planning for a major milestone in October, when the company expects to begin shipping its canned kombucha product nationwide.

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Roughly 70 percent of contracts on Navajo Nation go to non-Navajo businesses, which drags 70 cents out of every dollar the tribe spends off of the reservation. 

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WASHINGTON — Proposed federal legislation in the U.S. House aims to give Native American-owned small businesses a stronger voice within the Small Business Administration. 

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Native American entrepreneurs in Illinois have an opportunity to share in the state’s small business COVID-19 relief initiative that aims to pump $250 million into companies that have not qualified for previous state or federal assistance programs. 

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After losing a family member to alcohol and opioids, Jody Colbert knows all too well where addiction can take people. 

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A pair of Native-led nonprofits will receive $10 million in funding to fuel a coalition aimed at supporting Native women entrepreneurs.

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Backed by a new philanthropic donation, four Native-focused nonprofits in the Southwest are exploring better ways to collaborate and share resources rather than compete against one another for the same pot of funding. 

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TUBA CITY, Ariz. — Native American business incubator Change Labs has reached a new milestone in securing land for its headquarters following four years of searching.