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Jim Adams
6/20/01
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - A Coeur d'Alene tribal councilman and former policeman said he feels his cousin was arrested in retaliation for critical comments he made in a news story reg...
Staff Reports
6/20/01
Tribe members buried remains of 91 American Indians in a traditional ceremony this spring...
Kay Humphrey
6/13/01
TIMBER LAKE, S.D. - About 78 riders a day followed a weeklong trail from Cannonball, N.D., to Green Grass...
David Melmer
6/13/01
WASHINGTON - The U.S...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
A state effort to lure local Caspian terns - displaced by development from their nesting site at the old Asarco mill - to a barge in Commencement Bay was cut short by tribal concer...
Jim Adams
6/13/01
UTICA, N.Y. - Repurchased Oneida land is "Indian Country" with full sovereign status, a federal judge ruled June 4 in a case with sweeping implications. U.S...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
The Seminole Fire Department is getting a new tank truck as the result of a $50,000 grant from the nation...
Kay Humphrey
6/13/01
LAWRENCE, Kan...
Jim Adams
6/13/01
CORNWALL, Ontario - Mohawk claims of aboriginal rights to free trade have taken a big hit from the Canadian Supreme Court...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
Flanked by students, Shoshone-Bannock High School teacher Ed Galindo dedicated a new star observatory to two students who died...
Kay Humphrey
6/13/01
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. - After 30 years and building more than 10,000 homes, Dynamic Homes is moving toward expansion of its market and production of quality modular homes...
Ron Selden
6/13/01
GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Larry Wetsit, former chairman of Montana's Fort Peck Tribes, would like to do more business with fellow American Indians...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
The tribes set educational goals to raise graduation rates to 98 percent by 2005...
Kay Humphrey
6/13/01
FORT YATES, N.D. - In the midst of a massive expansion at the Prairie Knights Casino and Hotel, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council has hired a new management group...
James May
6/13/01
SANTA ROSA, Calif...
Staff Reports
6/13/01
Yurok Desmond Keith Oliver of Requa, convicted of poaching two 600-pound elk, was tied to his crime by DNA strands taken from the animals, a technique investigators increasingly ar...

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