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President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced his picks to head the National Endowments for the Humanities and the Arts, tapping a Harvard University scholar and an Arizona State University professor to oversee the federal agencies.
With a new composition of members, the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council committee meetings got underway on Aug. 26 with the Rules Committee debating to make confidential the votes for officers using ballots rather than a voice vote or show of hands.
Canoo’s 400-acre campus at the 9,000-acre industrial park will include a full commercialization facility with a paint, body shop and general assembly plant.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- The leaders of two Oklahoma-based Native American tribes defended on May 13 their recent gambling compacts with the state and urged the U.S. Department of the Interior to approve them.
Willie Sharp admitted to his role in stealing more than $230,000 from the northwestern Montana tribe's Head Start early education program.
CATOOSA -- During its monthly meeting on Oct. 2, the Cherokee Nation Businesses board of directors named a new chairman as the incumbent chairman left the board and a new member attended her first meeting. Assuming the chair is Shaun Shepherd, whose positions at the end of fiscal 2019 included the Risk Committee, Real Estate Committee and Diversified Business Advisory Committee.
The event is billed as a listening session to discuss issues important to Native Americans and position available in the incoming presidential administration.
The National Indian Gaming Commission regulates the Indian gaming industry, which consists of more than 420 gaming establishments, associated with nearly 240 tribes across 28 states.