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Staff Reports
10/1/01
The Meskwaki will receive $10,800 of more than $4 million the Environmental Protection Agency awarded to 10 Iowa communities...
Mary Pierpoint
10/1/01
DURANT, Okla. ? The Choctaw Nation joined many other tribes to assist in the relief effort in New York with an offer to contribute profits from tribal businesses...
Joanna Mounce Stancil
10/1/01
The tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, have been branded forever into the hearts, minds and souls of American people...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
Lack of PCB (polychlorinated biphenyls) has brightened the outlook for the Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum Committee which wants to bring the decommissioned destroyer USS Charles ...
Kevin Gover
10/1/01
The United States is presented with a historic challenge and a historic opportunity in the wake of the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
Glenn Joseph White Bull of Bismarck, N.D., has pleaded guilty and was sentenced before U.S. District Court Senior Judge Patrick A. Conmy on two counts of assault...
Rachel A Qitsualik
10/1/01
There was a lot of violence at boarding school, most of it hidden. Some classes were let out early, racing home to Stringer Hall, taking shortcuts to avoid the bullies...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
National Guard troops demolished a smokestack built at a former boarding school in St. Michael in the mid-1940s, to provide heat during North Dakota's cold winters...
Mary Pierpoint
9/28/01
TAHELQUAH, Okla...
Staff Reports
9/28/01
A government panel says the risk of oil spills in state waters can be reduced with tougher safety standards, better communications and changes in shipping lanes...
Mary Pierpoint
9/28/01
MIAMI, Okla...
Mary Pierpoint
9/28/01
QUAPAW, Okla...
Staff Reports
9/27/01
The tribal Higher Education Department and Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute have announced a certificate of art education program in Ignacio, beginning with the full trime...
Staff Reports
9/27/01
PABLO, Mont. (AP) - An Arlee man arrested last week for allegedly threatening tribal council members of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes was released on $5,000 bond...
Staff Reports
9/26/01
Jeffrey Martin Lilley of St. John was sentenced Jan. 17 before U.S. District Senior Judge Patrick A...
Brian Stockes
9/26/01
WASHINGTON -- Data cleanup and trust reform relating to the federal government's management of American Indian trust accounts is again receiving harsh criticism from a court monito...
Jim Adams
9/25/01
NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. -- The terrorist attacks of September 11 are disrupting plans throughout Indian country along with the rest of the continent...
Kay Humphrey
9/25/01
PINE RIDGE, S.D. ?...

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