Staff Reports
2/21/01
Conservation groups have intervened in a court battle over attempts to overturn the U.S. Forest Service's new rule protecting designated roadless areas. The Feb...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
The tribes formed a new economic development group whose members will participate in community meetings and help create a development plan for the reservation...
Brian Stockes
2/21/01
WASHINGTON - With the cabinet nomination process ending, work is set to begin on actual initiatives and policies outlined by the administration and Congress during the campaign...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
A bill giving New Mexico control over national forests so fire-wary counties could cut timber was overwhelming endorsed by the Senate...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
Attorney General John Cornyn says the state will go to court in July to try to shut down the Speaking Rock Casino, owned and operated by the tribe...
Kay Humphrey
2/21/01
The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska asking for the return of the land the Winnebago tribe calls home...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
Nation President Kelsey A. Begaye has signed measures to lower the DUI level and strengthen enforcement of trash disposal laws...
Ron Selden
2/21/01
HELENA, Mont. - Gov. Judy Martz received a ranked list of five nominees for the post of state Indian affairs coordinator during a meeting, in her office, with tribal leaders...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
Choosing electricity over salmon would be a violation of the Nez Perce treaty said Chairman Samuel Penney, objecting to wrangling over water releases on Snake River projects...
Kay Humphrey
2/21/01
MARTY, S.D. - Reviving fading tribal traditions and bonding among Sioux women on the Yankton Sioux Indian Reservation was the goal set by the Water Lily Storytelling Institute...

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