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Staff Reports
11/12/01
There are a couple of old axioms. One is win the war and lose the peace. The other one is destroy the village in order to save it...
Ron Selden
11/11/01
HELENA, Mont. ? The pending nomination of Helena attorney Rebecca W...
Kay Humphrey
11/11/01
HURON, S.D. ? Congress is trying to address increased needs of tribal governments faced with additional security issues as a part of a federal economic recovery package, Sen...
Mary Pierpoint
11/11/01
LAWRENCE, Kan. ? The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation has donated $54,000 to the Haskell Stadium Arch Committee, enough to assure completion of renovations to the historic arch...
Editors Report
11/11/01
A recent New York Times news feature ("Bad Blood in Battle Over Casinos," Oct...
Kelsey A Begaye
11/11/01
Throughout the course of American history, courageous men and women have taken up arms to secure, defend, and maintain the core values of our nation's freedom. On Sept...
Mark Fogarty
11/10/01
SELLS, Ariz. ? A non-profit here has been awarded more than $500,000 in grants to develop a farm devoted to growing traditional foods of the Tohono O'odham tribe...
Kay Humphrey
11/10/01
STEPHAN, S.D. ?...
Kay Humphrey
11/10/01
PABLO, Mont. ?...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
The battle continues over a proposed land swap on South Fox Island in northern Lake Michigan, a remote jewel, a historic stopover point for American Indians traveling by water, and...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
Julie Kane, managing attorney in the tribe's Office of Legal Counsel is among 14 attorneys applying for a magistrate vacancy in Nez Perce County...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
A former tribal governor and the manager of the tribe's bingo operations pleaded innocent to charges of aggravated unlawful gambling arising from a state police raid three years ag...
Mary Pierpoint
11/9/01
EL PASO, Texas ? U.S. District Judge Garnet Thomas Eisele has denied the Tigua tribe's request for a new trial...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
The nation could have a casino operating in Niagara Falls next fall if members approve the compact between the state and tribal leaders as expected, a Seneca spokesman said...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
While the state struggles to make food stamps readily available to low-income families as the region braces for a possible recession that could increase demand, the tribe is having...
Mary Pierpoint
11/9/01
ROUND ROCK, Ariz. ? Tribal police have arrested six people after four victims were found, buried in shallow graves. Dead are David K...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
Alonzo Green, 18, of Fort Totten, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for aiding and abetting willful and malicious arson in setting a fire which burned a house belonging to ...
Staff Reports
11/9/01
The tribe will receive bison removed from Theodore Roosevelt National Park during the annual roundup Oct. 30. The tribe will provide animals to other tribes and organizations...
Brian Stockes
11/9/01
WASHINGTON ? A report from the U.S...
Frank John King III
11/9/01
The most important aspect of sovereignty to our Native Peoples is the protection it will provide our children, the security it will provide our future...

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