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SANTA FE, N.M. – Native American Natural Foods LLC today announced a new partnership involving its Tanka brand of buffalo-based food products and Niman Ranch, a leader in sustainable agriculture known for its humanely raised beef, pork and lamb.

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MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS

Navajo Nation said it acquired 1,250 acres of land near Indian Wells, including the fully-operational Brimhall Sand and Rock gravel pit. The acquisition allows Navajo Nation to reduce the cost of sand and gravel used in road-improvement projects in the tribe’s communities, President Jonathan Nez said in a statement.

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Hemp and cannabis use may be in the near future for the Cherokee Nation

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Generates Awareness to Growing Fashion Community & Cultural Diversity 

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has asked a federal court to stop American Indian tribes from operating Class III gaming in Oklahoma. 

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TORONTO — Apparel maker Canada Goose has launched a new collection for Project Atigi, a social entrepreneurship program featuring hand-crafted parkas by Inuit designers in Northern Canada. 

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Government officials in Michigan are still months away from finalizing rules on internet gaming and sports betting, but some Native American tribes are taking early steps to participate in the newly legalized industry, according to a news report by business publication MiBiz.   

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The Pamunkey Indian Tribe on Friday announced plans to develop a $350 million casino resort in Richmond, Va. and another in Norfolk, according to a report by the Associated Press. In a statement, the Pamunkey Tribe said it purchased three properties in South Richmond for a casino and a fourth property nearby for a workforce training center. The resort, as proposed, includes a 275-room hotel tower. The tribe also announced it had purchased land in Norfolk along the Elizabeth River where it plans to build another casino if legislation is passed to allow commercial gaming there.  

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OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Bank2, wholly-owned by the Chickasaw Nation, has helped small businesses, homeowners and community members build better lives for almost two decades. Now, Bank2 is changing its name to Chickasaw Community Bank to better reflect Chickasaw values and heritage.