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NAT to reduce employee hours

The Northern Arapaho Business Council has announced that it will reduce hours for many of its employees, citing funding shortages.
The changes, which will be ...

Local reps defeat proposed amendments


The bill to incorporate American Indian education into public school standards in the state passed through ...

The bill is is being debated this week in the Wyoming Legislature.

A bill which would incorporate American Indian education into Wyoming public ...

Clean audits a key tool to increasing tribal funding

For the first time in some years, the Northern Arapaho received a "clean" audit in 2016, with no findings of concern.

As the Northern Arapaho ...

Arapaho vow to improve fed funding receipts

Data show the tribe might be missing out on as much as $50 million available funds.

The Northern Arapaho Tribe is severely underfunded when compared ...

Tribe works to address worries about internal fiscal controls

Concerns over operations inside the Northern Arapaho Tribe's financial office became so grave late last year that the tribal business council considered ...

As the Wyoming Legislature gears up to make more cuts this session, State Rep. Lloyd Larsen, R-Lander, joins the House Appropriations Committee for the first ...

Proposed city-tribe trash agreement raises questions for Riverton officials

Part two of two

The Northern Arapaho tribal official offering a cooperative trash disposal arrangement to the City of Riverton says past problems in ...

On paper, the arrangement could save the City of Riverton $100,00 annually.

Part one of two

The Northern Arapaho Solid Waste District is ...

Arapahos still opposed to delisting grizzly bear

The Northern Arapaho Tribe again declared its opposition to the Conservative Strategy document that called for the delisting of grizzlies in the Greater ...

Another phase of Riverton's ongoing water supply project is waiting on two agreements with the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes.
The entire ...

Voters elected six new members to the Northern Arapaho Business Council in a general election earlier this month.
Norman P. Willow Sr. is the only incumbent ...

WIHS honor roll released for term I

Wyoming Indian High School has released its Term 1 honor roll for the 2016-2017 school year:
3.5- 4.0 GPA
Denaira Hiwalker, grade 9; Brian Two Crow, ...

Northern Arapaho Endowment scholarship applications now available, March 1 deadline

The Northern Arapaho Endowment Scholarship Committee is accepting applications from full-time students for scholarship awards at the University of Wyoming. The ...

Future of tribal liaisons questioned in committee

The future of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribal liaison positions with Gov. Matt Mead's office was questioned Tuesday during a meeting of the ...

The Select Committee on Tribal Relations agreed on Tuesday to move forward with the American Indian Education program.
The program was created to help bring ...

Northern Arapaho WIC office announces November hours

The Northern Arapaho Women, Infants and Children office is open in 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 9 a.m. to noon Fridays in Arapaho. ...

The tool can be downloaded for free from the Apple Store.

A new application for smart phones and tablets translates words from English to Arapaho. ...

The three new members of the Shoshone Business Council asked tribal court judge John St. Clair to swear them in Monday, signaling a rift in the council's ...

BIA court arraigning Arapaho defendants

Despite the protests of the Northern Arapaho Tribe, the Bureau of Indian Affairs's new court in Fort Washakie has begun arraigning all defendants in the BIA ...

 
 

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