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Mary Pierpoint
11/6/01
WEWOKA, Okla. ? The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma is challenging the BIA over attempts to replace the newly elected tribal government...
Staff Reports
11/6/01
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States, the last level of appeals in the judicial process...
Brian Stockes
11/6/01
WASHINGTON ? During yet another hearing in the Individual Indian Money-trust case, U.S. District Judge Royce C...
Editors Report
11/5/01
One must wonder about the direction of the federal Indian agency toward tribal nations at this time of war footing in America. Will it be able to defend the tribal bases?...
Mary Pierpoint
11/5/01
EL PASO, Texas ? The Tigua of Ysleta del Sur Pueblo filed a motion in U.S...
Frank John King III
11/4/01
The other day I was driving through Rapid City, S.D., when I noticed a white car parked on one of the side streets, in the middle of the road...
Mary Pierpoint
11/4/01
The bioterrorist attacks on the East Coast aren't the first seen by residents of Indian country...
Mark Fogarty
11/3/01
WASHINGTON ? American Indians and Alaska Natives are jumping on the entrepreneurial wagon big time, the U.S. Census Bureau reports...
Jim Adams
11/2/01
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Guessing games are spreading through the Six Nations and beyond over the mystery of the sixth New York casino. As Gov. George Pataki signed the bill Oct...
Mary Pierpoint
11/2/01
LAWRENCE, Kan. ?...
Rachel A Qitsualik
11/2/01
How was the weather behaving? That was always our primary concern upon rising from sleep. "Go out and see the sila," my father would instruct...
Mary Pierpoint
11/1/01
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. ? BIA Regional Director Rob Baracker sent Albuquerque BIA employees home Oct...
Jim Adams
11/1/01
ONEIDA, N. Y. ? How long is the arm of tribal law enforcement?...
Mark Fogarty
11/1/01
TORONTO ? Native students at the University of Toronto have a place to go for advice on academics, tutoring, scholarships, to use computers, or just to hang out...
Kay Humphrey
10/31/01
VERMILLION, S.D. ? Researchers from University of South Dakota continue to sort through data from the state's judicial system to determine if a racial disparity exists...

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