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Brian Stockes
9/24/01
WASHINGTON ?...
Mary Pierpoint
9/24/01
LAWRENCE, Kan. ?...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
The tribe has agreed to pay Brown County $1 million over the next two years to pay for services such as roads and parks...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
A Sept. 12 decision by U.S. District Judge Michael Hogan in Oregon could have indirect repercussions on endangered species listing of salmon and steelhead in the Northwest...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
The tribe has received a $15,000 financial boost from the annual economic development efforts of Golden West Companies...
David Melmer
9/24/01
BISMARCK, N.D. ? A smaller than expected crowd gathered here to network, celebrate and exchange ideas about tourism in Indian country, but the events of Sept...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
The village of Baraga temporarily backed off a proposed agreement with the Keweenaw Bay Indian community that would transfer tribal land to the village...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
Tribal officials say they'll keep DeJope Bingo Hall open in Madison for at least another year despite slumping business...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
The Grand Portage Passage, one of the nation's premier dog sled races, will be scaled back because of dwindling casino revenues, the tribe announced...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
Tribal leaders say they hope to bring commercial and cargo traffic to a small airport on their reservation outside Phoenix...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
The chairman of the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission expressed cautious optimism about the possibility of the Winnebago Indian tribe eventually raising the age limit of its casino...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
State wildlife authorities have cited owners of a Bitterroot Valley game farm for allowing elk to be killed on their land south of Darby...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
The Southern Utes have become the first American Indian tribes to win Fitch Inc.'s top bond rating...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
The Idaho Department of Agriculture has lifted a burn ban imposed after the region was covered in smoke though the source of the fumes is unknown...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
A former Box Elder cash clerk was sentenced to four years of probation Sept. 18 for stealing nearly $20,000 from the tribe...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
The tribal council signed a contract with the Tama County Sheriff's Office for law enforcement service on the Meskwaki settlement...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
San Bernardino County officials are seeking to recover nearly $200,000 spent in law enforcement costs from the promoters of an all night rave party that resulted in five deaths and...
Staff Reports
9/24/01
Pilots and business owners at Coronado Airport in Albuquerque hope Sandia leaders will allow them to operate the airport on an extended lease. Tribal leaders announced Sept...
Kay Humphrey
9/24/01
ENEMY SWIM, S.D. ?...

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