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Staff Reports
10/5/01
Interior Secretary Gale Norton said the administration is weighing proposals to relieve the parched Klamath Basin, following a Sept. 26 meeting with Sen. Gordon Smith, R-Ore...
Staff Reports
10/5/01
Preliminary results from testing berries and greens about a mile from the Red Dog mine port suggest locals don't risk their health by gathering wild foods there...
Staff Reports
10/5/01
Raymond Tan, 43, a northern New Mexico man with seven prior DWI convictions pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for a May 1999 crash that killed a Massachusetts motorcyclist and...
Staff Reports
10/5/01
The tribe expressed outrage and disbelief at recent vandalism to rock cairns at The Smoking Place, a sacred site to the tribe...
Staff Reports
10/5/01
The outpouring of assistance to victims of the New York and Washington, D.C., terrorist attacks from Indian country continues...
Staff Reports
10/5/01
The Defense Department has ordered Sierra Army Depot to quit exploding outdated munitions in the open air 55 miles northwest of Reno...
Staff Reports
10/5/01
Tribal Law Enforcement Services will receive $186,000 of $420,000 from the federal Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), intended for technology improvements...
Staff Reports
10/5/01
The tribe wants aircraft from nearby Santa Ynez Airport to stop flights over the reservation and its casino. Tribal officials said in a Sept...
Staff Reports
10/5/01
The North Dakota National Guard will not be providing medical care at the Spirit Lake reservation next year, a guard spokesman says...
Ron Selden
10/4/01
MISSOULA, Mont. ? Two-time vice presidential candidate Winona LaDuke said trying to get governments and corporations to act responsibly is in many ways like raising children...
James May
10/4/01
SEATTLE ? The Quileute tribe wants to hold a fishing derby in early October...
Jim Adams
10/3/01
HOGANSBURG, N. Y. ? Driving a van-load of supplies and $11,000 in donations to Manhattan, St...
David Rooks
10/3/01
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - Another deadline to pay the Oglala Sioux Tribe's electric bill for the Red Cloud building passed in early June. Still, the lights continued to work...
Ron Selden
10/3/01
POLSON, Mont...
Kay Humphrey
10/3/01
FORT THOMPSON, S.D...
James May
10/3/01
MECCA, Calif. ? The Morongo band of Mission Indians conducted a blood drive and marrow registration project to replenish blood supplies in New York and Washington...
Carrie Moran Mc Cleary
10/2/01
CROW AGENCY, Mont. - When nearly 700 Crows filed in a line to vote for removal of Little Big Horn College President Janine Pease Pretty On Top Jan...
Kay Humphrey
10/2/01
PARAMUS, N.J. ?...
Editors Report
10/2/01
The horrible tragedy of Sept. 11 has changed America in ways that will do harm for decades. In some respects it may seal the fate of the Earth itself...

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