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Mary Pierpoint
1/31/01
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - After years of meetings and legal wrangling, members of the Cherokee Nation will be able to buy license plates from the Cherokee Nation...
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...
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...
Mary Pierpoint
1/24/01
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Regents at Haskell Indian Nations University thought they had put the dispute about a proposed road project behind them...
Staff Reports
1/24/01
A Cass County water board says it may have to use condemnation proceedings against two parcels of land at the site of the proposed Maple River Dam near Enderlin...
Mary Pierpoint
1/24/01
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - In 1998 a civil lawsuit was filed by the Cherokee Nation against Bruce Babbitt, Kevin Gover and the Delaware Tribe of Indians. In Cherokee Nation vs...
Staff Reports
1/24/01
Al Addison Sr., chairman of the Northern Arapaho Tribe, and Ivan Posey, chairman of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe, were introduced as honored guests as Wyoming Gov...
Jim Adams
1/24/01
ONEIDA, N. Y...
Staff Reports
1/24/01
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering listing the former Anaconda Copper Co...
Mary Pierpoint
1/24/01
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - In a move to stop a possible SWAT-type raid on its Tahlequah Bingo Hall, the United Keetoowah Band (UKB) has closed its gaming operation indefinitely...
Brian Stockes
1/24/01
WASHINGTON - After two years of ongoing pressure, the Department of Interior continues to buck criticism regarding the National Park Service's management of its Native American Gra...
Jim Adams
1/24/01
AUGUSTA, Maine - The federal government handed regulation of water-discharge permitting to state environmental authorities - with some glaring exceptions...
Valerie Taliman
1/24/01
CARIDAD DE LOS INDIOS, Cuba - No one ever told Panchito Ramirez that his people were extinct...
Staff Reports
1/24/01
The nation's planned General Council meeting scheduled Jan. 23 was postponed...
Kay Humphrey
1/24/01
ROSEBUD, S.D...
Staff Reports
1/24/01
A Plummer particle board plant that shut its doors in August amid mechanical difficulties and falling prices is back in business...
Ron Selden
1/24/01
HELENA, Mont. - American Indian leaders from around the state received a warm welcome Jan. 9 from Gov. Judy Martz, who has promised to strengthen relations with Montana tribes...
Cate Montana
1/24/01
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - They call themselves the Three Amigos ... sort of. Every time anyone calls them that, they laugh...
Staff Reports
1/24/01
They sometimes disagreed in the past, but now the community and former state Rep. Paul Tesanovich are teaming up...

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