4-Bedroom Cape cod style brick home Columbia Kentucky ID#:33545

A4022: 201 W Guardian Street, Columbia. 4-Bedroom Cape cod style brick home in the city limits of Columbia KY. This nice home sits in one of the nicest older subdivisions. The entrance of this home opens into a large living room, has a fireplace, built in cabinets and original hard wood flooring.

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8 Things We Know (and Don’t) About Native American Mounds in Florida

Archaeology can tell us many things, there are many it can’t. Here are a few things we know and don’t about the indigenous people who built the Native American mounds at Crystal River.

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2016 Indian Gaming Revenues Increased 4.4 Percent

On July 17, Chairman Jonodev Osceola Chaudhuri, Vice Chair Kathryn Isom-Clause, and Associate Commissioner Sequoyah Simermeyer of the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) released the Fiscal Year 2016 Gross Gaming Revenue numbers totaling $31.2 billion, an overall increase of 4.4 percent.

“The success reflected in the 2016 gross gaming revenue is due, at least in part, to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act’s promotion of tribal self-determination principals,”

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Scenic & Secluded 39 Acre Farm Wildersville Tennessee ID#:33544

39.25 acres of heaven one mile off of I-40 3 1/2 acre lake with fish 6 stall stable, dog kennel, chicken coop and 7 acres pasture fenced and cross fenced. Approx 11 acres hard woods and remainder in scrub oak and pine. Home site cleared with several acres around. 2 outbuildings and a 4 car carport.

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The Alaska Fix: How the Senate Could Fix Health Care & Govern in the Trump Era

Sen. Lisa Murkowski should consider the Alaska Fix to bring new management to the broken Senate just like the Alaska House of Representatives.

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It’s Back to Square One for Health Care, Budgets and Taxes

The recent roadblock to the Senate’s repeal of the Affordable Care Act showed that many Republican senators are against a repeal without a health care plan.

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Obamacare Repeal: ‘Dire Consequences, Including Death’ if Indian Health Service Funding Cut

A detailed analysis by the CBPP addresses the impact the proposed Senate bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act will have on the Indian Health Service.

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Explore Washington’s Beautiful Kitsap Peninsula and its Rich Living Tribal Culture

Miles of sandy beaches frame the Kitsap Peninsula, and wooded trails sprawl like veins across its evergreen forests. Access this oasis by ferry (less than one hour ride) across Puget Sound from Seattle, Washington, among other routes, or take a short drive via Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

The marine waters surrounding the Kitsap Peninsula teem with wildlife, including an abundance of fish, and in warmer seasons, orcas. It’s also a birder’s paradise with bald eagles and great blue herons soaring above the sapphire blue ocean and verdant land.

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