Jim Adams
6/7/00
OTTAWA, Ontario - When Rob Seto, Ojibway, first handed in his resume for a job at Sixdion Inc., he recalls his "current boss looked at it and laughed." Seto's main experience had b...
Jose Barreiro
6/7/00
HAVANA, Cuba - The Hotel Nacional in Havana opens up to a wide and enchanting bay that has seen much conflictive history...
Staff Reports
6/7/00
More than a dozen elk from the Sequim-area herd have been hit on U.S. 101 in the past six years - despite the black-and-yellow wildlife-warning signs along the road...
Staff Reports
6/7/00
Road crews widening a highway across tribal land inadvertently destroyed up to 46 percent of a 19th century Spanish colonial settlement early this year, state officials said...
David Melmer
6/7/00
HURON, S.D. - Legislation to require law enforcement to track the race of everyone pulled over at traffic stops will be used to analyze racial profiling. Rep...
Ron Selden
6/7/00
BROWNING, Mont. - Recycling and tradition were key points when Blackfeet artist Jay Laber created four sets of metal Indian horsemen for his tribe...
Jack Utter
6/7/00
In 1823, a landmark case came before the U.S. Supreme Court titled Johnson vs. McIntosh (21 U.S. 543). The initial facts of the case are relatively simple...

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