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Amid California power outages, tiny tribe offers a beacon of energy

And for a government that had largely ignored the tribe for more than a century, the tribe suddenly became a vital part of its emergency response. “The irony was not lost on us,” said Jason Ramos, a ... read more

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Blue Lake Rancheria tribe's microgid helped neighboring communities during PG&E shut-offs

And for a government that had largely ignored the tribe for more than a century, the tribe suddenly became a vital part of its emergency response. “The irony was not lost on us,” said Jason Ramos, a ... read more

Tribe, county partner on housing project

Robeson County Commissioner Roger Oxendine, left, Lumbee Tribal Housing Director Bradley ... A $1.2 million grant from the Department of Commerce is paying for the project. And the city was awarded ... read more

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So long, 2019: A year in review

The tribal government ... The state health department continues to look for a temporary site to store the waste until it can be removed permanently. King II: GCC Energy’s King II coal mine will live ... read more


Tribal Council members sworn in

An Inauguration Ceremony took place on Tuesday at the tribal Housing ... $139,595.50 to the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help pay for a drainage system project that will reach from Interstate 95 ... read more

Solidarity march, RoboCop statue, snowball shooting: News from around our 50 states

Anchorage: More than two dozen tribal groups oppose a federal land-use proposal that could open large areas of wilderness to future mining in rural Alaska. The opposition is in response to a proposed ... read more

The Iran plane crash dealt a huge blow to Canadian universities. Here are some of the bright minds that were lost

Ghanimat Azhdari, PhD student at the University of Guelph Ghanimat had been in Iran over the December holiday break to visit family and was returning to the University of Guelph, where she was a ... read more

After workers die, North Carolina shields many employers from biggest penalties

How North Carolina’s Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) agency handled the tragedy is emblematic of the way the unit ... exacerbated by authorities’ refusal during an ongoing investigation to let ... read more

Sonoma County’s biggest stories of 2010-2019 include wildfires, housing, climate change, homelessness

Two years later, when Cal Fire’s incident management team warned that the Kincade fire might cross Highway 101 ... opened the following year just outside the city’s western boundary. “This is Godzilla ... read more

On the trail of tiny tubers: Four Corners potato a staple of Native American diets

Tribal knowledge of this food includes Apache ... “I’ve worked a lot on conservation of landscapes, and this potato captures public interest like no other project,” he says, which is why Pavlik has a ... read more

Battles, scandals, and #MeToo: The riveting and riotous news that made headlines in 2019

The SLO Police Department, Chief Deanna Cantrell, and the city dealt with some scandals that ... But, by the start of 2019, backlash emerged against the statue. Native tribal groups and political ... read more

Protecting & Restoring Water

Yet, outside the parks, the health of these waters is being jeopardized ... Area from Reckless Energy Development Oct 2019 NPCA and tribal communities celebrate key win in ongoing fight to protect ... read more



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