Staff Reports
11/9/01
The battle continues over a proposed land swap on South Fox Island in northern Lake Michigan, a remote jewel, a historic stopover point for American Indians traveling by water, and...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
Julie Kane, managing attorney in the tribe's Office of Legal Counsel is among 14 attorneys applying for a magistrate vacancy in Nez Perce County...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
A former tribal governor and the manager of the tribe's bingo operations pleaded innocent to charges of aggravated unlawful gambling arising from a state police raid three years ag...
Mary Pierpoint
11/9/01
EL PASO, Texas ? U.S. District Judge Garnet Thomas Eisele has denied the Tigua tribe's request for a new trial...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
The nation could have a casino operating in Niagara Falls next fall if members approve the compact between the state and tribal leaders as expected, a Seneca spokesman said...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
While the state struggles to make food stamps readily available to low-income families as the region braces for a possible recession that could increase demand, the tribe is having...
James May
11/8/01
YAKIMA, Wash. -- For years northwestern American Indian tribes have watched helplessly as dams were constructed in their homelands...
James May
11/8/01
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho -- Since the 1880s a large area at the northeast boundary of the Coeur d'Alene reservation called Silver Valley has been the home to literally hundreds of heav...
Jim Adams
11/8/01
TORONTO, Ontario -- Violent crime hits American Indians more often than any other group, says a report from the International Association of Chiefs of Police that offers 52 recomme...
David Melmer
11/7/01
MCLAUGHLIN, S.D...

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