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Staff Reports
10/1/01
More than 1,500 band employees are getting free health care...
David Melmer
10/1/01
WASHINGTON, D.C. ?...
Mark Fogarty
10/1/01
PUEBLO OF ACOMA, N.M. ? One of the things mortgage lenders look for in applicants is residence stability...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
The Lapwai School District settled a damage claim lodged by brothers David and Daniel Feucht who said that as members of the football team in 1998 they were the victims of assaults...
Frank John King III
10/1/01
To define leadership in today's world can be summed up by how many votes a person gets during an election, it can be looked upon by how educated an individual is and what their qua...
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 ...
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...
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...
Staff Reports
9/26/01
Jeffrey Martin Lilley of St. John was sentenced Jan. 17 before U.S. District Senior Judge Patrick A...
Kay Humphrey
9/25/01
PINE RIDGE, S.D. ?...
Brian Stockes
9/25/01
WASHINGTON -- In a legal victory over the Nicaraguan government, the Mayagna Indian Community of Awas Tingni has won a major international court battle over legal rights as Indigen...

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