It cannot be understated how important Alaska Native Corporations are to the state’s economy. They create jobs locally, in the Lower 48, and internationally. Alaska Native organizations attract millions of dollars to the state by funding programs ranging from community development to education and cultural preservation. Village corporations, the Alaska Federation of Natives, and shareholder dividends are just a few of the topics we cover in Alaska Native news.
Latest Alaska Native News
Delta Constructors and Calista Corporation finalized an agreement to expand development of the construction trades workforce.
KNBA, the Anchorage-based radio station owned by Koahnic Broadcast Corporation, added two
veteran journalists to its broadcast newsroom.
Sealaska Heritage Institute is expanding its early literacy program to Anchorage through a partnership with the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
After a five-year hiatus, the federal government accepted a fee-to-trust acquisition of Alaska Native land for just the second time. The Central Council of the Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska had its application for a plot of land in Juneau approved by the US Department of the Interior.
NANA Corporation, the Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, the Kenaitze Indian Tribe, and Metlakatla Power and Light are splitting $135.9 million from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
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