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In the coming weeks or maybe even days, the U.S. Army Corps...
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Kristi Eaton
4/8/15
Brendan Johnson and Timothy Purdon made it their mission while serving as U.S...
ICTMN Staff
4/6/15
The Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma has joined the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes in opposing the delisting of the Yellowstone grizzly from endangered species status, in particular because such ...
ICTMN Staff
4/6/15
Protests, concerns and studies about the dangers of the hydraulic fracturing method of extracting oil and gas from shale formations are rampant these days, but new rules from the f...
Kristi Eaton
4/6/15
Brendan Johnson and Timothy Purdon made it their mission while serving as U.S...
Christina Rose
4/6/15
For many women, rape is a crime where the after-effects of PTSD, even years later, can be as bad as the assault itself...
ICTMN Staff
4/4/15
Ryan Mullen, Oklahoma’s State Director of USDA Rural Development, recently held a quarterly regional meeting bringing colleagues from across the southeastern U.S. to Oklahoma...
Mark Trahant
4/4/15
What will Alaska look like in 10,000 years? Who will be here? What will they do? And, most important, what will be preserved from the past kilennium? These are not easy questions...
ICTMN Staff
4/3/15
United States Senator Jon Tester (D-MT), vice chair of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, visited the Snoqualmie Falls with members of the Snoqualmie Tribal Council on March 2...
Department of the Interior
4/3/15
The Department of the Interior announced April 2 that it had transferred more than $12 million to the Cobell Education Scholarship Fund, bringing the total amount transferred so fa...
Mark Trahant
4/3/15
Could we be nearing the moment to really address climate change? A quick answer is “no.” Of course not...

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