By ICMN StaffFresh spinach, tomato, carrot, celery, berries, bananas, tropical fruits and much more. These are the types of healthy foods Cherokee families will blend into delicious savory and sweet smoothies, thanks to a new $20,000 grant from First Nations Development Institute, based in Longmont, Colorado. The money will fund the Nation...
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By ICMN StaffPresident Barack Obama exits, and Donald Trump is sworn in during the The Week That Was, January 22, 2016, as a new administration takes shape.
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By ICMN StaffStudents interested in pursuing a career in broadcast journalism should consider the NAJA-NBC Summer Fellowship Program in New York City.