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The extent of sovereignty for Native American tribes has long been like a tug-of-war between tribal and non-tribal governments in the United States...
The Northern Arapaho Tribe is a mess, financially. They’re behind on their audits, past audits have not been flattering, and change has been slow...
The Northern Arapaho Tribe opened the doors to its full-scale casino in 2005. Wyoming Public Radio’s Irina Zhorov reports that eight years into the...
In the mid 1990’s the University of Wyoming made a conscious effort to attract more Native American students to the University. Over the years...
The once-faltering Fremont School District 38 in Arapahoe turned a complete 180 since Superintendent Jonathan Braack took the helm in January 2012....
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