Ron Seldon
4/13/05
HELENA, Mont...
Ron Seldon
4/13/05
HELENA, Mont...
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...

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