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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...
Editors Report
10/1/01
For all of our contentions with the governmental and other entities that make up the American system, at the moment of crisis, overwhelmingly, the response from the Native people a...
Laura M Dellinger
10/1/01
RAPID CITY, S.D. ?...
Editors Report
10/1/01
The outpouring of assistance to victims of the New York and Washington, D.C., terrorist attacks is a story that will be retold for years to come...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
A newborn found dead in the Fort Kipp community dump will get a proper burial from tribal employees. Fort Peck Tribal Enterprises workers found the baby Sept...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
. Bay Mills Community College can open charter schools anywhere in Michigan if the tribe's compact says the state is its district, Attorney General Jennifer Granholm said Sept...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
A former Blackfeet Indian Housing Authority worker accused of stealing building supplies and fixtures from the tribe's housing warehouse pleaded innocent to felony theft...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
The tribe will receive more than $43,000 in a grant for its fire department from the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the eighth round of awards under the Assistance to Firef...
Jim Adams
10/1/01
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. ?...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
The association will receive a $190,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to allow it to study its own environment to see how it can be improved, said Harold Frank, th...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
Band leaders may ask legislators to exempt tribal members from paying state and local sales taxes. The Cherokee Tribal Council voted Sept...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
Long before fur traders established Kullyspell House in Hope, Idaho, American Indian bands gathered regularly nearby on the Clark Fork River delta...
Staff Reports
10/1/01
A man working on a new hotel at the Mohegan Sun casino fell about 25 stories to his death Sept. 24...
James May
10/1/01
SEATTLE, Wash...

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