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Scholarship availability to Graduating Seniors

Scholarship availability to Graduating Seniors

Native American News
February 15, 2021

Graduating Seniors - Scholarship Applications for the upcoming2021-2022 school year are available. The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club sponsors ten (10) Cherokee students,male or female, entering college, with a $600.00 per academic yearscholarship or endo...

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Veterans guide to home loans

Veterans guide to home loans

Native American News
December 9, 2020

Whether it’s your first home purchase or your third, special resources are exclusively available to help with your home buying process if you’re a veteran. Veterans also can take advantage of a VA loan, which saves money and makes it easier to achie...

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Navigating a Move With a Disability

Navigating a Move With a Disability

Native American News
December 1, 2020

Moving with a disability isn’t impossible. But like any successful move, it takes a combination of planning, assistance, and care. Instead of letting your move overwhelm you, break it down into an organized list of steps and small tasks. Moving can be str...

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Native American Business Incubators Act Signed Into Law

Native American Business Incubators Act Signed Into Law

Native American News
November 4, 2020

Last week, the Native American Business Incubators Act was signed into law. Introduced by U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.), vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, the legislation will give support to Native American-owned small businesses. The ...

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Navajo Gaming Prepared to Safely Reopen

Navajo Gaming Prepared to Safely Reopen

Navajo News
November 4, 2020

November Reopening Would Allow Navajo Gaming to Stabilize 900+ Navajo Families Negatively Affected by Closures Last March Flagstaff, Ariz. – Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprises’ (Navajo Gaming) properties in Arizona and New Mexico are ab...

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Oglala, Cherokee Women chosen for Elite Fellowship

Oglala, Cherokee Women chosen for Elite Fellowship

Native American News
October 5, 2020

TULSA, Okla. --- Traci Sorell, author and citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and Oglala Lakota performance artist Suzanne Kite join the prestigious ranks of practitioners in the 2021 Tulsa Artist Fellowship.  More than 1,200 artists from diverse discipli...

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