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...
Mary Pierpoint
6/6/01
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - When a truck from the IRS backs up to a building during tax audit season, most organizations begin shaking in their boots, but not the Cherokee Nation...
Staff Reports
6/6/01
A former employee of the Fort Peck Tribal Gaming Department pleaded innocent May 22 in U.S. District Court to embezzling more than $150,000 from tribally owned gaming machines...
Staff Reports
6/6/01
With the support of the nation, Salamanca City School students will keep their name and logo, despite a directive from the state to end the use of Native American mascots and nickn...
Staff Reports
6/6/01
A proposal to make membership on the tribal council a full-time job with an estimated $65,000 a year in salary and benefits stirred controversy on the northern Idaho reservation...
Staff Reports
6/6/01
Jamesetta Shealeay whose five small children all died in her care gave birth to a boy who will be placed in foster care...
Suzan Shown Harjo
6/6/01
It takes a lot to raise an eyebrow among the savvy and jaded of official Washington, but one senator's political switch stood their hair on end and knocked the party of the White H...
Staff Reports
6/6/01
A barge working on a breakwater in Woods Bay spilled an undetermined amount of oil and diesel fuel into Flathead Lake May 24...
Staff Reports
6/6/01
Tamera Coffee, 34, Warm Springs, pleaded guilty in federal court to charges she killed her foster child last summer by leaving him in a closed car in the hot sun...

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