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Chugach Alaska Corporation last week bought more than 150 acres of historic property only accessible by water along the southern coast of Alaska known to be a former village where Chugach, Eyak and Tlingit ancestors lived.

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The Bureau of Indian Affairs at the Department of the Interior wants to encourage tribes to promote economic development projects in Opportunity Zones with a new round of grant funding. 

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AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. — The Kalispel Tribe plans to add significant capacity to its four-diamond hotel as part of an expansion project at the Northern Quest Resort & Casino

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MANISTEE, Mich. — Little River Holdings and CL Real Estate Development unveiled plans last week to city officials for a project to transform the entry into downtown Manistee, Mich., a city on the shores of Lake Michigan. 

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 SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. — Kituwah LLC, the economic development arm of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, detailed plans last week for a sprawling 200-acre mixed-use development outside of Knoxville. 

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CHANDLER, Ariz. — The Gila River Indian Community has broken ground on a major expansion of its Wild Horse Pass casino and resort property. 

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SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. — A cannabis company is working with two Michigan-based tribes and is involved in active discussions with others to open marijuana dispensaries on trust lands throughout the state. 

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs wants to encourage tribes and Alaska Native Corporations to identify potential economic development projects or activities inside designated Opportunity Zones. 

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — There was a sense of history and excitement in the air Wednesday afternoon as representatives of two tribally-owned investment firms announced the purchase of a historic building in the heart of Michigan’s second-largest city.