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Ramah Navajo Chapter President Charged with Theft of $6 Million

Ramah Navajo Chapter President Charged with Theft of $6 Million

Native American News
August 10, 2018

WINDOW ROCK, NAVAJO NATION — Ramah Navajo Chapter President, David Jose, was charged with Theft of Ramah Navajo Chapter Funds by the Navajo Nation Office of the Prosecutor on July 31, 2018. David Jose is charged with unlawfully transferring $6,0...

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ICBS Show plays matchmaker between buyers, sellers

ICBS Show plays matchmaker between buyers, sellers

Native American News
August 8, 2018

The ICBS Show will match government vendors and buyers in short, personal interviews during its full day of matchmaking in August in Norman. Matchmaking is one part of the two-day conference and exposition presented by Oklahoma’s two procurement technical...

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CN Foundation adds new scholarship

CN Foundation adds new scholarship

Cherokee Nation News
August 3, 2018

Cherokee Nation Foundation has added another scholarship opportunity benefiting Cherokee students through a newly established endowment created by Kerry and Deborah Bowers, of Henderson, Nevada. The endowment was created through CNF's "Leave a Legacy" matching ...

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Summer storms bring extensive damage to Pine Ridge Reservation

Summer storms bring extensive damage to Pine Ridge Reservation

Native American News
August 3, 2018

Wylene Two Lance was getting dinner ready Friday night when she glanced out her kitchen window and noticed the ominous dark blue cloud floating toward her village of Oglala, South Dakota.   At first, the 47-year-old woman thought it was a tornado. She yell...

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Native American woman seeks to make history

Native American woman seeks to make history

Native American News
July 31, 2018

Deb Haaland, the former New Mexico state Democratic party chair who is seeking to make history as the first Native American woman elected to Congress, had just one question before running: could she win? Yes, she thought, she absolutely could. “...

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More than 200 students attend Camp Cherokee

More than 200 students attend Camp Cherokee

Cherokee Nation News
July 27, 2018

TAHLEQUAH, OKLA. – More than 200 Cherokee students participated in cultural, educational and recreational activities this week as part of the 2018 Camp Cherokee at Camp Heart O’ Hills in Welling. The annual camp provides an enriching academic e...

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