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Mark Fogarty
1/19/05
LA MESA, Calif. - The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians is buying out its minority stockholders and now will own 100 percent of Borrego Springs Bank, NA...
John C. Mohawk
1/19/05
The Tsunami that struck Dec. 26, 2004 was one of those events that mark an era...
James May
1/19/05
SACRAMENTO, Calif...
Harold Monteau
1/19/05
Indian Gaming tribes and Indian country in general have taken a beating in the mainstream press over the last couple of years...
Jerry Reynolds
1/19/05
Oneidas make strong arguments with far-reaching implications WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court heard final arguments Jan...
Jim Adams
1/19/05
WASHINGTON - After watching an hour of give and take with the Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, close observers of the City of Sherrill, New York v...
David Melmer
1/19/05
WASHINGTON - South Dakota Democratic Senator Tim Johnson said he is skeptical about any real changes in funding for Indian country in the president's 2006 budget...
Michael Thomas
1/19/05
It may have gone largely unnoticed outside southeastern Connecticut, but the recent opening of an $18 million office building in downtown Norwich spotlighted what can happen with a...
Dale Carson
1/19/05
COLUMNIST During the depths of winter, like now, dinners need to be filling and nutritious. I am fond of one-dish meals that cover all the bases...
Jean Johnson
1/19/05
PORTLAND, Ore...
Jim Adams
1/19/05
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. - Shifting the spotlight to community life and away from the ever-looming casino, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation swore in a new tribal council Jan...
Jim Adams
1/19/05
Gaming just part of self-rule revival CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Basically, sovereignty works...
Matt Ross
1/19/05
TORONTO - Beneath the shadow of the world's largest television, six models from an Albertan fashion company received their proverbial 15 minutes of fame...
Jim Adams
1/19/05
Chukchansi casino contracts with Mashantucket Pequots MASHANTUCKET, Conn...
Dale Carson
1/19/05
PHOENIX, Ariz...
Jerry Reynolds
1/19/05
WASHINGTON - In the Senate, former senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell had cachet even among lawmakers who didn't agree with him on fine points of policy - they always called him, inva...
Patti Jo King
1/19/05
WASHINGTON - On Dec 10, 2004, President Bush signed the proposed Arizona Water Settlement Act (S 437) into law, a historic agreement spearheaded by Arizona Senators, Jon Kyl and Jo...
Editors Report
1/19/05
In every life there is always some misery - enough to harden the edges - but when a disaster of the magnitude of the Asian tsunami strikes, the world must necessarily pause and see...

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