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Jim Adams
5/23/01
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Reduction of class time for an American Indian instructor at an area junior college sparked several demonstrations...
Kay Humphrey
5/23/01
FORT YATES, N.D...
Staff Reports
5/23/01
Tribal Chairman Gus Frank is among those opposing a proposed mine south of Crandon, worried particularly about an estimated seven tons of cyanide which would be trucked to the Nico...
Staff Reports
5/23/01
Cranberry growers and other farmers say they fear crop damage if the state goes through with a plan to release a small elk herd in Jackson County...
Staff Reports
5/23/01
A radio station operated by the tribe won't be getting a financial boost from the state. Gov...
Staff Reports
5/23/01
Poor commercial fishery harvests devastated this village at the edge of the Kuskokwim River. At least 51 of 70 families here hold commercial fishing permits...
Staff Reports
5/23/01
Tribal members will sell hatchery chinook harvest this springs because of a surplus returning to the Snake River...
Staff Reports
5/23/01
Uintah River High, a charter school on the Ute reservation, has exceeded its budget by $23,000, the annual audit of the state's eight charter schools shows...
Brian Stockes
5/23/01
WASHINGTON - As details of the President's proposed budget for the Indian Health Service becomes public, tribal leaders and some in Congress expressed concern over possible cuts to...
Kay Humphrey
5/23/01
PIERRE, S.D...
Jim Adams
5/23/01
NEW HAVEN, Conn...
Mark Fogarty
5/23/01
LINCOLN PARK, Mich. - Without agencies like American Indian Services Inc. here, some Detroit-area Native people would face starvation, its director believes...
Kay Humphrey
5/23/01
PIERRE, S.D...
Jim Adams
5/23/01
WASHINGTON - As part of ongoing hearings before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs about the priorities of Indian country, representatives of Alaska Natives provided a unique p...
David Melmer
5/16/01
CRAZY HORSE, S.D. - A saddle said to have been used during the Battle of the Little Big Horn was donated to Crazy Horse Memorial...
Staff Reports
5/16/01
Council member Byron Red Sr. has resigned, citing his conviction for drunken driving...
Staff Reports
5/16/01
The whole of Snohomish County came together late last month - community leaders, politicians, parents and neighbors - in an annual fund-raiser for the Tulalip Boys and Girls Club...
James May
5/16/01
SUQUAMISH, Wash. - Chief Seattle's grave was damaged early this month in what authorities characterize as a hate crime...
David Melmer
5/16/01
WASHINGTON - Member tribes of the National Indian Gaming Association are putting gaming revenues to work to support education and most recently embarked in the area of environmenta...

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