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HELENA, Mont. — The eight federally recognized American Indian tribes in Montana shared in a $160,000 grant program aimed at supporting Native-owned small businesses. 

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LAKEWOOD, Colo. — The Bureau of Indian Affairs is seeking grant proposals to identify, evaluate and assess the market for tribal energy or mineral development projects. 

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ELKO, Nev. — The Elko Band Colony, one of the four bands of the Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone, has brought some needed financial stability to its community — even during the pandemic — with the launch of a new business. 

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SHINNECOCK NATION — The Shinnecock Indian Nation, located in Southampton, N.Y. has entered into an agreement with Seminole Hard Rock Entertainment and Tri-State Partners to develop a casino at a yet-to-be determined location on Long Island.

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UNALASKA, Alaska — A company formed by Alaska Native-owned Ounalashka Corporation and Fairbanks-based Chena Power LLC has signed a 30-year power purchase agreement with the City of Unalaska for a new geothermal energy project.

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 SEVIERVILLE, Tenn.Kituwah LLC, the economic development arm of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, detailed plans last week for a sprawling 200-acre mixed-use development outside of Knoxville. 

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GRAND ISLAND, Neb. — When Pete Upton applied to have Native360 Loan Fund Inc. considered for Google.org Impact Challenge funding late last year, he had no way of knowing how much his organization and its clients would be upended by COVID-19 just a few months later.

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A weekly round-up of business briefs from around Indian Country.  

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AKWESASNE, N.Y. — The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe is seeking applications from small businesses owned by tribal members who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.