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Mary Pierpoint
7/4/01
HOLTON, Kan...
Staff Reports
7/4/01
The reservation will get a new elementary school, saving some of the tribe's kindergarten through fifth-grade students a 30-minute bus ride to Madras each day...
James May
7/4/01
BELLINGHAM, Wash...
James May
7/4/01
PORTLAND, Ore. - U.S...
Staff Reports
7/4/01
More than 2,300 acres of rangeland and wildlife habitat on the reservation were consumed in a fire started June 19 by sparks from a tribal road crew's brush cutter...
David Melmer
7/4/01
KYLE, S.D...
Mary Pierpoint
7/4/01
TAHLEQUAH, Okla...
Staff Reports
7/4/01
A Hardin boy, 17, who had been eluding his parole officer for several days, led authorities on a high-speed chase between Hardin and Billings June 23...
Kay Humphrey
7/4/01
ROSEBUD, S.D.- Payday came late for nearly 200 staff members and students receiving stipends at Sinte Gleska University because of the upheaval following removal of the president a...
Mary Pierpoint
7/4/01
LAWRENCE, Kan...
Staff Reports
7/4/01
A battlefield near Taos where the nation decisively defeated U.S. Army troops will receive a federal grant to protect the historical site...
David Melmer
7/4/01
OGLALA, S.D. - It was 26 years ago that one Oglala and two FBI agents were killed in what some people call a war situation. One man continues to serve time for the FBI deaths...
Staff Reports
7/4/01
The state and the tribe are willing to consider issuing the government a long-term variance on dissolved-gas standards at Dworshak Dam on the Clearwater River...
Kay Humphrey
7/4/01
WAKPALA, S.D...
Staff Reports
7/4/01
Concepcion Molina, 21, Vanessa Alvarado, 13, Robert Alvarado, 15, Alex Valenzuela, 14, Alex Galaz, 16, and Antonio Valencia, 15, the first tribal Police Explorers graduated from Ex...
Mary Pierpoint
7/4/01
MAYETTA, Kan...
Staff Reports
7/4/01
Skeletal remains of hundreds of Seneca who lived in New York's Genesee River valley over the past millennium will be turned over to tribal leaders by a museum...
Staff Reports
7/4/01
The North Dakota National Guard is helping the tribe move in 54 homes from the Grand Forks Air Force Base where they are no longer needed because of military downsizing...
Staff Reports
7/4/01
Former Washoe tribal police officer Doug Lewis of Carson Valley has received $74,000 for wrongful termination. He had asked Interior and the BIA for $750,000 in damages. U.S...

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