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Nearly $580,000 from Land Buy-Back Program Transfers to Cobell Education Scholarship Fund

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Cherokee Days Festival Underway at the National Museum of the American Indian

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Three Tribes Included in Federal Funds for Oso Mudslide

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Cherokee Nation Veterans Center Opens

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Senate Committee on Indian Affairs to Hold Legislative Hearing on Five Bills

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Moltz Constructors Wins $20 Million Contract to Build Pumping Plant for Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project

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Five Killed in Two-vehicle Crash on Navajo Nation

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Professor Madonna Moss to Present “The Archeology of Herring” Lecture in Juneau

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Museum of Contemporary Native Arts Offers Social Engagement Residency Program

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