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Eastern Cherokees looking to build data center on reservation Eastern Cherokees looking to build data center on reservation (10/25)
The North Carolina tribe plans to secure $100 million in financing for the project.
Mike Myers: Leech Lake Band takes lead in solar development Mike Myers: Leech Lake Band takes lead in solar development (10/17)
'As privately held Indigenous nation chartered companies we sit in a unique position.'
Indian Health Service awards large contract in Great Plains Area Indian Health Service awards large contract in Great Plains Area (09/20)
The contract is worth $6.8 million for one year but could be extended to five years for a total cost of $100 million.
Artist David Bernie offers 'Indigemojis' for your Native emoji needs Artist David Bernie offers 'Indigemojis' for your Native emoji needs (08/18)
A new app aims to bring indigenous flair to digital conversations across Indian Country.
Summit aims to boost number of radio stations in Indian Country Summit aims to boost number of radio stations in Indian Country (07/19)
There are 58 radio stations in Indian Country and organizers want to help tribes start more.
Very few Native Americans are working for technology giant Google Very few Native Americans are working for technology giant Google (07/01)
Only 56 American Indians and Alaska Natives worked for Google in 2015, up from 44 the year prior.
Sorry but DNA tests cannot confirm a person's Native ancestry Sorry but DNA tests cannot confirm a person's Native ancestry (06/29)
Professor Kim Tallbear, a member of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate, and Dr. Nanibaa' Garrison, a member of the Navajo Nation, explain why.
Indigenous Digital Archive Project wins grant for online database Indigenous Digital Archive Project wins grant for online database (06/27)
Federal government documents from the boarding school era will be accessible to tribal members.
Geek Squad Academy takes digital camp to Choctaw Nation youth Geek Squad Academy takes digital camp to Choctaw Nation youth (06/14)
About 180 students from the Oklahoma tribe are getting a crash course in the latest technologies.
White House recognizes Native woman as a Champion of Change White House recognizes Native woman as a Champion of Change (06/13)
Renee Fredericks of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council has been helping youth connect their traditions with technology.
Native Sun News: Utility firm stops taxing reservation customers Native Sun News: Utility firm stops taxing reservation customers (06/13)
Enrolled tribal members residing on the Northern Cheyenne reservation recently received good news from the Range Telephone Cooperative.
James Giago Davies: Information sharing can free Lakota people James Giago Davies: Information sharing can free Lakota people (06/01)
We are wards of an oppressive state, and our shared sense of power and unity is mostly rhetoric.
Agua Caliente Band launches software development company Agua Caliente Band launches software development company (05/25)
Fusion Resource Solutions develops applications and software for the hospitality industry.
David Shorter: Images of indigenous people go missing in media David Shorter: Images of indigenous people go missing in media (05/16)
What causes the Internet to lack respectful images of Native people using technology?
Jicarilla Apache Nation draws true believers for conference on UFOs Jicarilla Apache Nation draws true believers for conference on UFOs (05/10)
Tribal members and other people have reported seeing unusual objects in the skies over the reservation in northern New Mexico.
Member of Puyallup Tribe develops 'Teepee' tribal directory app Member of Puyallup Tribe develops 'Teepee' tribal directory app (04/28)
Information about every federally recognized tribe in the United States is available in an app designed for Apple's iPhone and iPad.
Witness list for hearing on telecommunications in Indian Country Witness list for hearing on telecommunications in Indian Country (04/25)
The hearing will focus on a Government Accountability Office report that outlined numerous challenges faced by tribes in securing high-speed Internet service.
Mohegan Tribe continues efforts to diversify economic holdings Mohegan Tribe continues efforts to diversify economic holdings (04/22)
The tribe is actively engaged in new business ventures in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Lakota Country Times: KILI Radio celebrates 33 years on the air Lakota Country Times: KILI Radio celebrates 33 years on the air (03/31)
KILI first went on the air on February 25, 1983, with Calvin Two Lance speaking in both English and Lakota.
Clara Caufield: A perspective on technology from an old dinosaur Clara Caufield: A perspective on technology from an old dinosaur (03/30)
Everyone who reads this column will realize that I am a dinosaur from an older 'pre-cell phone era' and like it that way.
New website keeps Lakota language alive with the latest news New website keeps Lakota language alive with the latest news (03/22)
Visitors to Woihanble.com can read and hear the latest news in Lakota from The Lakota Country Times and the Native Sun News.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs reschedules telecom hearing Senate Committee on Indian Affairs reschedules telecom hearing (03/14)
The hearing will focus on a Government Accountability Office report that outlined numerous challenges faced by tribes in securing high-speed Internet service.
Native Sun News:  Author Ehana-mani shares tribal star knowledge Native Sun News: Author Ehana-mani shares tribal star knowledge (02/29)
Ehana-mani’s knowledge of the origin of man transcends the listener to the outer edges of the Universe into the Pleiades Star systems.
Opinion: Don't let FCC cut off Lifeline on Oklahoma tribal lands Opinion: Don't let FCC cut off Lifeline on Oklahoma tribal lands (02/22)
Tribal lands are not colonies to be defined solely in terms of the short-term economic benefits of the federal government.
Coquille Tribe donates $100K to help college with health programs Coquille Tribe donates $100K to help college with health programs (02/04)
The tribe is helping the Southwestern Oregon Community College build a new health and science technology building.
4th Circuit won't recognize tribal authority in online lending case 4th Circuit won't recognize tribal authority in online lending case (02/03)
An arbitration agreement that subjected consumers to the laws of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe cannot be enforced, the court determined.
Lac Vieux Desert Band bolsters lending business with acquisition of service firm Lac Vieux Desert Band bolsters lending business with acquisition of service firm (01/27)
Chairman James Williams said the purchase will enable the tribe to continue growing its economy.
Apple improves hiring of Native Americans but level remains low Apple improves hiring of Native Americans but level remains low (01/20)
Only 271 Native American men and women worked at the California-based technology giant in 2015.
Brandon Ecoffey: Making history with Lakota Country Times app Brandon Ecoffey: Making history with Lakota Country Times app (01/07)
One of the many things that we have learned is that people from all over the world are interested in reading news about Lakota people and about the governance of our nations.
Hawaii's top court halts construction on sacred Native mountain Hawaii's top court halts construction on sacred Native mountain (12/03)
Native Hawaiian activists believe the $1.4 billion Thirty Meter Telescope will desecrate Mauna Kea, the most sacred peak on the big island.
Nez Perce Tribe aims to keep language alive with phone apps Nez Perce Tribe aims to keep language alive with phone apps (11/12)
More than 1,000 words in Nimipuutimt are available for iPhone, iPad or Android users.
Sally Jewell: High-speed Internet coming to BIE dormitories Sally Jewell: High-speed Internet coming to BIE dormitories (11/11)
No matter who you are, where you grew up or what you want to do, we all know digital skills and connectivity are crucial for success in today’s job market.
Ruth Hopkins: Western science catches up to Native traditions Ruth Hopkins: Western science catches up to Native traditions (10/14)
Genetics is being used to map out the details of what our Native ancestors already knew: from microscopic bacteria to prairie sage; four legged beasties to two legged homo sapiens (humans), we are all related.
Students from Salish Kootenai College send satellite into space Students from Salish Kootenai College send satellite into space (10/09)
BisonSat, which was launched from an Air Force Base in California, will conduct observations of Earth.
Radio station brings news and more to Yankton Sioux Reservation Radio station brings news and more to Yankton Sioux Reservation (10/08)
KDKO got its start on the Internet about 10 years ago and can now be found on 89.5 FM.

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