Editors Report
4/13/05
Pope John Paul II, who passed away April 2, was a man of peace who gave of himself with boundless energy and engaged the politics of the world with decision and consistency...
David Melmer
4/13/05
PIERRE, S.D. - Much work needs to be accomplished for the state of South Dakota to comply with the spirit and intent of the Indian Child Welfare Act...
Mark Fogarty
4/13/05
WASHINGTON - The Department of Housing and Urban Development may soon lose its assistant secretary for Public and Indian Housing (PIH), an activist who has achieved big increases i...
Jerry Reynolds
4/13/05
On the one hand, there is a case to be made that elliptical logic - a style of formal discussion that relies on omitting stubbornly contrary factors - isn't really logic at all bec...
Editors Report
4/13/05
WASHINGTON - Entering its second year as founder and host of the Madison Freedom Award, The Madison Hotel honored W...
Jack McNeel
4/13/05
MOSCOW, Idaho - The University of Idaho Law School developed a program a year ago to improve and increase estate planning on Indian reservations through a grant from the Indian Lan...
Editors Report
4/13/05
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - Campus conversation will take on a whole "new" language as Northeastern State University debuts the Bachelor of Arts in Education in Cherokee Education...
Jerry Reynolds
4/13/05
DENVER - The Western Governors Association summit on Indian gaming at the end of March drew only two governors, organizer Bill Owens of Colorado and Mike Rounds of South Dakota, on...
David Melmer
4/13/05
Hosts World Bank president KYLE, S.D...
Jean Johnson
4/13/05
LAPWAI, Idaho - It's hard to tell which might be louder - the victory beat of Nez Perce drums or old-time Idaho fiddlers sawing away at an all-state country dance...

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