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Brian Stockes
8/13/01
WASHINGTON - After months of revelations from court officials about the federal government's mishandling of tribal trust assets, plaintiffs in the class action, Cobell vs...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
A task force has drafted a plan to manage economic problems and other issues related to drought, of particular importance to the tribe which has already asked for a drought disaste...
Mary Pierpoint
8/13/01
PRAIRIE ISLAND, Minn. - Imagine living with a nuclear power plant 600 yards from your home. Now, go one more step with that thought...
Mary Pierpoint
8/13/01
WHITE EAGLE, Okla. - Times were hard for the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma...
James May
8/13/01
ELY, Nev. - A delegation of Western Shoshone traveled to Geneva, Switzerland, Aug. 1 to address the United Nations Subcommission on the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
A man was found dead outside his home in Quinhagak early Aug. 6. Alaska State Troopers said it appears he was inhaling propane gas...
Mary Pierpoint
8/13/01
LAWRENCE, Kan. - As she turned around to leave her office, tears welled up in Esther Geary's eyes...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
With proper ceremony Aug...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
Four youth from the Nation participated in the two-week Hamilton College Summer Science Exploratory Program...
Kay Humphrey
8/13/01
HURON, S.D. - Billy Mills, 1964 Olympic Gold medalist, again donned a borrowed pair of shoes in a run that was part of Native American Day at the South Dakota State Fair...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
In the latest round of economic development grants announced by the Kempthorne administration, the tribe will receive $500,000 to expand its strawboard plant in Plummer, adding 56 ...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
The San Carlos Apache Cultural Center at Peridot, east of Globe, is launching a series of evening classes aimed at presenting aspects of the Apache culture to both tribal members a...
Mary Pierpoint
8/13/01
HORTON, Kan. - Rita Ramirez' story is an all too familiar one in Indian country, but hers has a happy ending...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
A former Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper pleaded guilty Aug. 3 to a federal domestic violence count...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
The body of a 30-year-old Mexican woman was found on the reservation, the Border Patrol said. The agency and tribal police were investigating...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
Reservation officials say they plan to meet with Flathead Lake property owners to discuss the effects of water levels at a 78-year low...
Mark Matthews
8/13/01
BROWNING, Mont...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
Owners of a Bitterroot Valley game farm broke the law and endangered Montana wildlife when they shipped elk to the Crow Reservation and should be prevented from doing it again, a s...
Jim Adams
8/13/01
NEW YORK - More than 90 entries, including many new faces, will compete for this year's Nammys in an innovative system of online voting, the Native American Music Association annou...
Staff Reports
8/13/01
A task force has drafted a plan to manage economic problems and other issues related to drought, of particular importance to the tribe which has already asked for a drought disaste...

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