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The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska has declared a State of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 virus. Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska has instituted a travel ban for all employees and tribal officials. In addition, all scheduled community events and trainings are canceled or postponed until further notice, at which time they will be evaluated for the safety of our tribal members.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS


Events for November

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NEWS & LINKS


Offices Closed November 25 & 26

The offices and clinics of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 25 and 26 in observance of Thanksgiving, and Native American Day. Offices will reopen for clients wi…

Notice: All Tribal Members

LAW AND ORDER CODE REVISIONDiscussion on January 4, 2022, at 10:00 a.m.During Tribal Council Meeting The Ponca Tribal Council will be reviewing proposed amendments to the Law and Order Code.  The…

District Fall Holiday Events

District 1 For Thanksgiving, District 1 is mailing out $50 gift cards to District 1 heads of household nationwide. These will be sent out this week, so be watching your mail! Please contact Angie Star…

WE, THE MEMBERS OF THE PONCA TRIBE OF NEBRASKA

in order to restore, preserve and protect all rights aboriginally held by our people and their descendants, promote peace, prosperity, happiness, and the general welfare of the members of our Tribe and our posterity, to exercise home rule, to assert our inherent sovereignty, to protect our right of self-government, to conserve custom, to improve our social order, to protect our rights as individuals, to promote our economic welfare, to promote domestic tranquility, to promote business enterprises both cooperative and individual, to promote educational opportunities for all Ponca people, to consolidate our land holdings by purchase, exchange, transfer, gift, or otherwise, do ordain and establish this Constitution in accordance with our inherent sovereignty, and all previous aboriginal rights of our members and Treaties previously entered into with the United States of America.

from the Preamble of the Ponca Constitution