Staff Reports
4/26/00
In an April 12 agreement, Portland General Electric and the tribes became partners in owning and relicensing a major hydroelectric project and restoring salmon and steelhead to Ore...
Staff Reports
4/26/00
The Indian Health Service rejected a request from the corporation to shift medical care for Ketchikan Natives to the Ketchikan hospital from Mount Edgecumbe Hospital in Sitka...
David Rooks
4/26/00
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - Evidence of financial mismanagement in the Oglala Sioux Tribe's Public Safety Department was presented to the tribal council at a closed-door meeting here...
Mark Fogarty
4/26/00
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. - The first mortgage has closed here under a $10 million commitment to provide financing to members of the Cherokee Nation...
Staff Reports
4/26/00
A former principal band chief Jonathan "Ed" Taylor will not serve any prison time after pleading guilty to tax evasion., Taylor, 59, was sentenced by a federal judge April 18 to si...
Staff Reports
4/26/00
Members of the tribe removed a dead whale that washed ashore in Bellingham Bay in mid-April. Lummi carver Jewell James will create sculpture from the bones of the dead gray whale...
David Melmer
4/26/00
KYLE, S.D. - The resources of Oglala Lakota College may provide a means to solve problems on the Pine Ridge Reservation, says college President Tom Short Bull...
Staff Reports
4/19/00
Band members are divided over proposals to develop a 309-acre tract in Swain County considered the birthplace of the Cherokee...
Staff Reports
4/19/00
Bill Snowden, an environmental technician and former tribal councilman, said 55 gallons of antifreeze, or ethylene glycol, is probably seeping into the ground water each week...
Ron Selden
4/19/00
HELENA, Mont...

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