James May
6/27/01
PORTLAND, Ore. - A Department of Interior appeals board has ruled against a Quinault Nation challenge of federal recognition of the Cowlitz tribe...
Staff Reports
6/27/01
Tribal council members have been cleared of allegations they improperly received free meals and show passes to the tribe's Chinook Winds Casino in Lincoln City...
Staff Reports
6/27/01
The tribe, the Department of Environmental Conservation, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Canadian government are monitoring dredging in a $47 million Superfund cleanup ...
David Melmer
6/27/01
STURGIS, S.D...
David Melmer
6/27/01
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. House of Representatives passed by unanimous consent a resolution to recognize American Indian day as a holiday. Rep...
Staff Reports
6/27/01
A federal judge sentenced a Dodson teen-ager to prison time and alcoholism treatment after her conviction on manslaughter charges...
Staff Reports
6/27/01
More than 500 people gathered in a longhouse the June 16 weekend to dance, pray and wait for Big Chief King Salmon...
Lori Lea Pourier
6/27/01
It's been exactly one year since Jason and LaDonna Denny joined the First People's Fund circle of artists and started down a path that would change their perspective about the aest...
Brian Stockes
6/27/01
WASHINGTON - Education and advocacy on a number of issues were the focus of a two-day legislative conference sponsored by the National Indian Gaming Association and the National Co...
Staff Reports
6/27/01
A proposal for a $25 million incinerator to turn household garbage into electricity has the tribe divided. "This is nothing to me,'' tribal member Dixie Abraham said...

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