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Staff Reports
9/12/01
As we sort through the details of the savage terrorist attacks today, I want the families and friends of the innocent Americans who were murdered to know that I pledge my prayers f...
Staff Reports
9/12/01
The Oneida Nation is shocked by the murder and devastation of this brutal attack on America. We express our heartfelt sympathy for the families of those affected by this tragedy...
Chad Smith
9/12/01
We at the Cherokee Nation watched in horror as the attack unfolded before our eyes on live television...
Staff Reports
9/12/01
Chief Greg Pyle, Choctaw Nation : "That was very tragic. Certainly the Choctaw Nation wishes to put out their condolences to all...
Mark Fogarty
9/12/01
USK, Wash. ?...
Staff Reports
9/12/01
American Indian Opinion Leaders say they are hoping presidents and chief executive officers of the media-cable industry who attend the First Annual Diversity Summit will address th...
Mary Pierpoint
9/11/01
LAWTON, Okla. ? Youth groups and volunteers across the nation hold car washes as a clean way to raise money...
Editors Report
9/11/01
Establishing energy-friendly housing codes ? particularly those that use passive solar principles ?...
Mary Pierpoint
9/11/01
COUNCIL GROVE, Kan. ?...
James May
9/11/01
SACRAMENTO, Calif. ? Last September Gov...
Mary Pierpoint
9/10/01
NORMAN, Okla. ?...
Editors Report
9/10/01
Throughout the Americas, tribal societies produced peoples and cultures of great restraint. The marshalling of natural resources ? animal, plant or mineral ?...
Suzan Shown Harjo
9/10/01
Pioneers moving west in the 1800s said they only wanted permission to travel across Indian land on a 'trail the width of a Conastoga wagon.' Who could refuse a request so modest?...
Kay Humphrey
9/10/01
ST. FRANCIS, S.D. ?...
Brian Stockes
9/10/01
WASHINGTON ? Battle lines are again being drawn over a bill introduced in the U.S...
Brian Stockes
9/10/01
WASHINGTON ?...
James May
9/6/01
PORTLAND, Ore. - The federal government can control many things, yet it never has had the technology to control the weather...
Staff Reports
9/5/01
The tribe opposes Hecla Mining Co.'s offer to spend $138 million over 30 years to clean up a century of mining pollution in the Coeur d'Alene River Basin and contamination at other...
Staff Reports
9/5/01
A $630,000 grant will help provide new rental homes for low-income and special needs families in Mountain Village...
Editors Report
9/4/01
As a tribal leader and a person of color, I have been disheartened to hear comments in recent months regarding our tribes 'alleged' motivations for not granting membership to a gro...

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