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...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
A judge sentenced the 19-year-old son of Tribal Judge Stanley Bird to a year in jail for his involvement in a string of armed robberies...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
Delores Pigsley has been re-elected as the chairman of the Siletz. The Keizer resident has led the tribal council every year since 1984 except 1997 and 1998...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
A Salt Lake City film crew visited the tribes in late January to shoot a video package highlighting the history of reservations in Arizona, Utah and Idaho...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
PHOENIX - Facing record crowds and fierce competition, Alex Wells, Little Wat First Nation, from Morley, Alberta, captured the prestigious World Champion title at the Annual World ...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
Electric rates for many of San Carlos Irrigation Projects 13,300 customers were projected to rise as much as 300 percent this month as a result of California's ongoing energy crisi...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
The tribe has joined the cities of Reno and Sparks in suing the agency that operates the Truckee, Calif., area's sewage treatment plant, claiming its $42 million expansion plan wou...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
The tribe has changed its name to the Jicarilla Apache Nation to reinforce its status as a sovereign nation...
Staff Reports
2/21/01
Three years after he retired, Leonard C. Burch defeated Howard D. Richards Sr., 181-94, to become chairman. He will fill the last two years of John E...
Brian Stockes
2/21/01
WASHINGTON - Attorneys with the Departments of Justice and Interior are accused of disrupting a court investigator's inquiry into missing records relating to billions of dollars in...

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