Author Archives: William Swaim

Economic Development survey for Wyandotte Nation

Dear Wyandotte Citizen: Wyandotte Nation desires to increase economic development in our community. In so doing, we must collect information about our people and their current economic condition. We are interested in providing services to you, but first must know … Continue reading

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Wyandotte Nation to use CARES Act funds to help students with distance learning

Using CARES Act funds afforded to the Wyandotte Nation, we are providing a maximum of $700 towards the purchase of, or reimbursement for, a computer, such as a Chromebook, desktop, iPad, laptop, or Tablet. We have determined the expense of … Continue reading

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Tribe’s cultural events cancelled; will still hold Annual Meeting Sept. 12

The Wyandotte Nation will have their constitutionally required Annual Meeting Saturday, Sept. 12. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 situation and the need for social distancing, they are limiting the meeting to only Wyandotte citizens ages 18 up. The Tribe will … Continue reading

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Impact of McGirt case on Tribes

While everyone is still dissecting the recent Supreme Court decision regarding the Muskogee Creek Nation, we asked Hobbs, Strauss, Dean, and Walker LLP to give us their breakdown of the opinion. Here are a few of their main takeaways with … Continue reading

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