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  • Law and Justice Committee
    About Council Boards and Committees Tribal Court Departments Health Services Jobs News Law and Justice Committee Overview Click here for information about the tribe s Law and Justice Committee Minutes 2015 Minutes 8 28 2015 7 24 2015 4 24

    Original URL path: http://www.poncatribe-ne.org/LawJusticeCommittee (2016-02-09)
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  • Rules of Conduct
    Boards and Committees Tribal Court Departments Health Services Jobs News Home Tribal Court Rules of Conduct Links Home About Council Boards and Committees Tribal Court Departments Health Services Jobs News Rules of Conduct To view the Rules of Conduct click

    Original URL path: http://www.poncatribe-ne.org/RulesofConduct (2016-02-09)
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  • Culture
    language genealogy and history of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska Members are helped to understand where they come from and who they belong to through the following Ponca Language Learning Resources with formats including Nintendo DSi MP3 and Audio CD Tribal Historic Preservation through NAGPRA Section 106 and NEPA Laws Culture Based Youth Prevention Programming PTN Museum and Archives History and Genealogy Research Assistance Outreach Education and Presentations Guided Tours

    Original URL path: http://www.poncatribe-ne.org/Culture (2016-02-09)
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  • Social Services
    Overview MISSION STATEMENT Our mission is to provide quality and culturally appropriate social work services to Ponca members and their families The Ponca Department of Social Services provides an array of services designed to improve the lives of our Tribal members Special emphasis is placed on families children youth and elders Our committment is to honor our elders and to treat Tribal children as our sacred trust Contact Information Stephanie

    Original URL path: http://www.poncatribe-ne.org/SocialServices (2016-02-09)
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  • Education
    1994 the Tribe gained control of its own funds and implemented three programs within the department Higher Education Adult Vocational Training and the Direct Employment Program While the Direct Employment Program would end in 2002 additional programs were established These include the General Educational Department Program 1996 Master s Program and our Youth Initiatives Program with the latter two programs established during the 1997 98 school year Funds to administer

    Original URL path: http://www.poncatribe-ne.org/Education (2016-02-09)
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  • Tribal Enrollment
    Ponca Service Delivery Area Tribal enrollment is important for health services education benefits tribal election information mailing database tribal census statistics and membership records April Census The Enrollment Committee conducts an annual census in accordance with the PTN Constitution Article II Section 8 Please assist us by completing the survey linked below and mail fax or e mail to the Enrollment Department as indicated on the form Thank you for

    Original URL path: http://www.poncatribe-ne.org/Enrollment (2016-02-09)
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  • Ponca Express
    Tribe of Nebraska Service Delivery Area The program operates on a first come first serve basis and provides on demand transports from 8 a m to 4 30 p m Monday through Friday Ponca Express can provide transportation within a three hour radius of Ponca Transit facilities in Niobrara and Norfolk for appointments meetings or gatherings To schedule an appointment call 1 877 769 3111 or email transportation poncatribe ne

    Original URL path: http://www.poncatribe-ne.org/PoncaExpress (2016-02-09)
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  • Buffalo Program
    a buffalo to the Annual Pow Wow to feed all the people who come to share in dance and song It also donates a buffalo to each of its service areas for celebrations and for distribution to elders and members alike History The Bison Project began in 1994 when the ITBC which assists Native Tribes with buffalo restoration on Indian lands awarded a 30 000 grant to the Tribe The grant money was used to install a bison tight fence around the 155 acres adjacent to the historic Ponca Agency Building and powwow grounds in Niobrara Two years later the Tribe released eleven buffalo into these rolling hills and lush meadows that once were the center of the Northern Ponca Reservation For its second herd the Tribe purchased an additional 320 acres The second property includes a one acre forest that also supports wild turkeys deer and other small game With the help of another ITBC grant the tribe enclosed approximately two thirds of this property for bison grazing By 2002 the two herds consisted of more than 90 buffalo with 20 25 new calves born each spring Additional grant funds have been used for purchasing holding corrals and a squeeze chute for transporting buffalo from national park reserves and for veterinary services an all terrain vehicle tractor and feed The Tribe also employs a Bison manager to oversee the repair and maintenance land management and overall tending of the two herds The Ponca Tribe works with the Natural Resources District to manage its buffalo pastures The NRD has assisted in maintaining three dams located on the Ponca Agency and the second McManigal property Wah Ni Sa As was true with most of the Missouri Valley Tribes the economic base of the Ponca rested upon a combination of hunting fishing

    Original URL path: http://www.poncatribe-ne.org/Buffalo (2016-02-09)
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