Staff Reports
5/9/01
The community received a $200,000 federal Brownfield's grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to create a recreational park...
Staff Reports
5/9/01
The federal government made more than $1 million auctioning the property of a man convicted of running a multimillion dollar alcohol and tobacco smuggling ring that operated throug...
Staff Reports
5/9/01
A description of the Narragansett in a tourist brochure has offended some community members who demanded that the South Kingstown Town Council apologize for the publication...
Suzan Shown Harjo
5/9/01
It is the custom of politicians in Washington and the journalists who watch them to hand out report cards on the first 100 days of a new administration...
Staff Reports
5/9/01
A human skull and femur found near Akhiok in March are several hundred years old, say anthropologists Sven Haakanson Jr. and Libby Eufemio of the Alutiiq Museum...
Staff Reports
5/9/01
The parent company of Camas Prairie RailNet has established a conservancy group to preserve continuous ownership of the soon-to-be-abandoned line, which could help recreational rai...
Brian Stockes
5/9/01
WASHINGTON - A presidential report issued nearly 20 years ago may come back to haunt a candidate nominated to head up the BIA...
Staff Reports
5/9/01
The Tongue River Water Users Association filed a lawsuit late last month alleging the Department of Environmental Quality issued a water discharge permit to a coalbed methane compa...
Kay Humphrey
5/9/01
"By us purchasing a non-Indian-owned university, right in the heart of a non-Indian community, has got to say something," Cheyenne River Chairman Gregg Bourland said...
Kay Humphrey
5/9/01
NEW TOWN, N.D. - A woodworking company, named for a community flooded as a part of the Pick Sloan Missouri River Dam Project, is carving a niche in an unusual market...

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