Staff Reports
6/13/01
Tribal members are tired of drug dealers getting away with crimes on the reservation, but tribal police can do little because of overlapping and confusing federal, state and tribal...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
Flanked by students, Shoshone-Bannock High School teacher Ed Galindo dedicated a new star observatory to two students who died...
Kay Humphrey
6/13/01
TIMBER LAKE, S.D. - About 78 riders a day followed a weeklong trail from Cannonball, N.D., to Green Grass...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
Chairwoman Colleen Cawston and Margie Hutchinson of the Tribal Business Council, were chosen to join other Native Americans and prominent women political leaders from across the co...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
The tribes set educational goals to raise graduation rates to 98 percent by 2005...
Kay Humphrey
6/13/01
LAWRENCE, Kan...
David Melmer
6/13/01
WASHINGTON - The U.S...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
The Wisconsin Senate Environmental Resources Committee voted 4-1 May 31 to recommend the full Senate a measure banning use of cyanide in mining metals...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
Yurok Desmond Keith Oliver of Requa, convicted of poaching two 600-pound elk, was tied to his crime by DNA strands taken from the animals, a technique investigators increasingly ar...

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