Staff Reports
5/9/01
Tribal council member Byron Red Sr., convicted of drunken driving, failed to report to jail and might not be allowed to serve his time in a work-release program...
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...
James May
5/2/01
SALT LAKE CITY - The Skull Valley Goshute Indians and a group of nuclear power utilities filed a lawsuit April 19 in federal district court to prevent the state of Utah from enacti...
Staff Reports
5/2/01
The city of Pendleton and the tribes have entered into a water-rights agreement after years of negotiations...
Staff Reports
5/2/01
A high-end subdivision on 1,200 acres a few miles outside Cortez has no restrictions on home size or campers parked on the street...
Mary Pierpoint
5/2/01
OKLAHOMA CITY - Following allegations by a member of the Oklahoma Aeronautics and Space Commission that BIA assistant secretary nominee Neal McCaleb used state airplanes for person...
Staff Reports
5/2/01
Ground-searching radar owned by the nation in Black River Falls was brought in during investigation of a former construction site in Shawano County, part of the search for a missin...
Mary Pierpoint
5/2/01
MAYETTA, Kan. - When Tribal Chairman Badger Wahwasuck read about a tornado that struck Hoisington, he said he was determined to do something to help...
Staff Reports
5/2/01
Whether the Pocatello Chamber of Commerce "Chiefs" turn in their chicken feather headdresses and tomahawks because of American Indian resentment may be determined this summer...

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