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Staff Reports
2/7/01
The U.S...
Staff Reports
2/7/01
Meager January precipitation added to concerns of a dry summer with low reservoir levels with less water for migrating salmon and steelhead, sub-par water recreation at reservoirs ...
Cate Montana
2/7/01
RENTON, Wash...
Staff Reports
2/7/01
Nation librarian Maija Jones received the Multicultural Award of the Ethnic Services Round Table from the New York Library Association at a recent conference in Saratoga Springs...
Brian Stockes
2/7/01
WASHINGTON - Actions by the federal government in the ongoing lawsuit over billions of dollars of tribal trust funds are again drawing attention...
Staff Reports
2/7/01
The Nevada attorney general's office has challenged federal expansion of the tribe's reservation to Fallon's business district without first consulting with the state and affected ...
Brian Stockes
2/7/01
WASHINGTON - More than 20 tribes from throughout the eastern United States descended on the nation's capital to begin work with the 107th Congress and the Bush administration...
Staff Reports
2/7/01
The family of Patricia Ulibarri of El Rancho, a northern New Mexico woman killed two years ago in a traffic accident that involved an alleged drunk driver, is suing the federal gov...
Staff Reports
2/7/01
Mary A. Balber, a member of the Ojibwe band, was among 17 Distinguished Alumni recognized by the Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minn...
Staff Reports
2/7/01
The tribe has given up on a $1 million effort to extinguish five underground coal fires...
Mary Pierpoint
2/7/01
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Haskell Alumni Chapters across the country formally announced they are cutting all ties and support to the floundering Haskell Foundation...
Staff Reports
2/7/01
A day-care service - the first in the state to be licensed by a tribe - and a computer/training center benefited from a $20,000 donation from the Alcoa Foundation in January...
David Melmer
2/7/01
PIERRE, S.D. - Two bills to eliminate offensive name places are on the docket of the South Dakota Legislature. Gov...
Staff Reports
2/7/01
A former member of the tribal council has been appointed acting executive officer until a permanent chairman is elected...
Kay Humphrey
2/7/01
EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. - The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe's Family Violence Prevention and Services Program is under investigation amid allegations of financial mismanagement...
Staff Reports
2/7/01
A 3-year-old boy who disappeared from his Covered Wells home was found by authorities the morning of Feb...
Jim Adams
1/31/01
INDIAN ISLAND, Maine - Waters from Maine's rivers mingled in a symbolic display of unity as environmentalists and tribal leaders met in a first-ever summit to protect threatened wa...
Cathy Siegner
1/31/01
HELENA-Mont...
Mary Pierpoint
1/31/01
DENVER - Attorneys for the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations will be heading to Washington to argue a case involving taxation of pull-tab games before the nation's highest court...
Staff Reports
1/31/01
The nation's leaders say they will stop fighting a federal judge's order and will proceed with efforts to create a constitution and hold elections...

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