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Capital City Weekly
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaperat 8/24/2016 - 12:10 pm Cuts impact CCTHITA programs Due to nationwide federa
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaper
Capital City Weekly / Posted 49 minutes ago
at 8/24/2016 - 12:10 pm Cuts impact CCTHITA programs Due to nationwide federal budgetary cuts recently announced by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska’s 477 Employability/General Assistance... Read more
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Daily Record
Too many guns a threat to our rightsAdministration, the EPA, the Department Of Energy, USDA, National Oceanic and A
Too many guns a threat to our rights
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
Administration, the EPA, the Department Of Energy, USDA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin., Department Of Education, Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Assistant Secretary for Health, Geological Survey, and... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Area tribes tackle challenging health topics at annual summitleft on Indians from boarding schools, which opened in the United States in 186
Area tribes tackle challenging health topics at annual summit
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted yesterday
left on Indians from boarding schools, which opened in the United States in 1860 and continued through the 1900s as part of Bureau of Indian Affairs programs, and other tragic events have an impact today, New Breast, 60, said. “This historical... Read more
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The Columbian
Fort looks to future with rehabilitation of old buildingsthree years include rehabilitating a building in the east portion of Vancouver
Fort looks to future with rehabilitation of old buildings
The Columbian / Posted 3 days ago
three years include rehabilitating a building in the east portion of Vancouver Barracks for another federal agency. The Bureau of Indian Affairs has two field offices in the area that need more space, said Ray Cozby, project manager at Fort... Read more
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The Fairmont Sentinel
Floyd Raymond ThiemanUniversity in 1958. He worked as social worker in Roseau and Red Wing, Minn., f
Floyd Raymond Thieman
The Fairmont Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
University in 1958. He worked as social worker in Roseau and Red Wing, Minn., for many years. Floyd began working for the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Poplar, Mont., and Sisseton, S.D. He retired from the BIA but continued working for the Tribal... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Some Blue Cut fire victims ‘just glad’ to be alive as more than 100 homes destroyedyou don’t see a lot of smoke out there, the hazards are all still there,” Noiro
Some Blue Cut fire victims ‘just glad’ to be alive as more than 100 homes destroyed
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 4 days ago
you don’t see a lot of smoke out there, the hazards are all still there,” Noiron said. Hand crews from Navajo Scouts, a Bureau of Indian Affairs team from Wind Rock, Arizona, spent Friday looking for hot spots, a practice called “cold trailing,”... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Some Blue Cut fire victims ‘just glad’ to be alive as almost 100 homes destroyedyou don’t see a lot of smoke out there, the hazards are all still there,” Noiro
Some Blue Cut fire victims ‘just glad’ to be alive as almost 100 homes destroyed
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 4 days ago
you don’t see a lot of smoke out there, the hazards are all still there,” Noiron said. Hand crews from Navajo Scouts, a Bureau of Indian Affairs team from Wind Rock, Arizona, spent Friday looking for hot spots, a practice called “cold trailing,”... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Blue Cut fire destroys almost 100 homes, now 40% containedyou don’t see a lot of smoke out there, the hazards are all still there,” Noiro
Blue Cut fire destroys almost 100 homes, now 40% contained
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 4 days ago
you don’t see a lot of smoke out there, the hazards are all still there,” Noiron said. Hand crews from Navajo Scouts, a Bureau of Indian Affairs team from Wind Rock, Arizona, spent Friday looking for hot spots, a practice called “cold trailing,”... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Alaska one step closer to expanding Indian Countrywho may be affected if lands are taken into trust. "I have tasked the attorney
Alaska one step closer to expanding Indian Country
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 4 days ago
who may be affected if lands are taken into trust. "I have tasked the attorney general with reaching out to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, tribes, other Native interests and organizations, commercial interests doing business in Alaska,... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Poverty Island fire subsidessouthern tip of the island. the Michigan Department of Natural Resources said.
Poverty Island fire subsides
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
southern tip of the island. the Michigan Department of Natural Resources said. Over recent weeks, 12 firefighters from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Fish and Wildlife Service and Forest Service extinguished hot spots near the fire's edge to secure... Read more
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Char-Koosta News
Montana Republicans extend hand of friendship to tribesAct; condemned Indian Dependence on Government Services; opposed millions of do
Montana Republicans extend hand of friendship to tribes
Char-Koosta News / Posted 5 days ago
Act; condemned Indian Dependence on Government Services; opposed millions of dollars in increasing funding to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and education and health services. Montana Dems point out that Gianforte has said in several... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Judge issues temporary order vacating removal of three Sac and Fox tribal council membersheld its annual general council meeting Saturday at Reserve in Brown County. R
Judge issues temporary order vacating removal of three Sac and Fox tribal council members
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 7 days ago
held its annual general council meeting Saturday at Reserve in Brown County. Ramos sought assistance from the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs in a letter dated Tuesday. She provided a copy to the Capital-Journal. “Please Help, this is an... Read more
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Capital City Weekly
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaperfrom Sealaska Corporation, Douglas Indian Association, Organized Village of Kas
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaper
Capital City Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
from Sealaska Corporation, Douglas Indian Association, Organized Village of Kasaan, Ketchikan Indian Community, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and US Coast Guard also participated in the meeting. Central Council’s Environmental Specialist... Read more
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Crosscut
On the Columbia, broken promises for tribal housingdelegations from Oregon and Washington also introduced legislation in the House
On the Columbia, broken promises for tribal housing
Crosscut / Posted 7 days ago
delegations from Oregon and Washington also introduced legislation in the House and Senate that would direct the Bureau of Indian Affairs, which owns the sites, to improve sanitation and electrical infrastructure. “These are items that... Read more
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Deseret News
FBI investigating possible homicide on Uintah-Ouray Indian Reservationreleased names of the victim or the man in custody Tuesday. A cause of death wa
FBI investigating possible homicide on Uintah-Ouray Indian Reservation
Deseret News / Posted 7 days ago
released names of the victim or the man in custody Tuesday. A cause of death was also not immediately released. Barker said the FBI and Bureau of Indian Affairs were investigating the incident. More details will be posted as they become avai... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
State Archaeologist: No Human Remains Found At Pipeline Sitebeing found at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha says auth
State Archaeologist: No Human Remains Found At Pipeline Site
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 8 days ago
being found at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha says authorities were notified on Friday by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and others that human remains might have been unearthed near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
State archaeologist: No human remains found at pipeline sitefound at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha (PEEK'-ah) says
State archaeologist: No human remains found at pipeline site
KWWL Iowa / Posted 8 days ago
found at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha (PEEK'-ah) says authorities were notified on Friday by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and others that human remains might have been unearthed near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Archaeologist: No human remains found at pipeline sitebeing found at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha says auth
Archaeologist: No human remains found at pipeline site
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 8 days ago
being found at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha says authorities were notified on Friday by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and others that human remains might have been unearthed near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
State archaeologist: No human remains found at pipeline sitefound at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha (PEEK'-ah) says
State archaeologist: No human remains found at pipeline site
KTTC Rochester / Posted 8 days ago
found at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha (PEEK'-ah) says authorities were notified on Friday by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and others that human remains might have been unearthed near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
State archaeologist: No human remains found at pipeline sitefound at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha (PEEK'-ah) says
State archaeologist: No human remains found at pipeline site
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 8 days ago
found at a pipeline construction site is unfounded. Paul Picha (PEEK'-ah) says authorities were notified on Friday by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and others that human remains might have been unearthed near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in... Read more
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Juneau Empire
In Fed we trust: Alaska tribes can create 'Indian Country'than the rest of the United States. U.S. District Court judge Rudolph Contrera
In Fed we trust: Alaska tribes can create 'Indian Country'
Juneau Empire / Posted 8 days ago
than the rest of the United States. U.S. District Court judge Rudolph Contreras upheld the plaintiffs’ arguments, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (part of the Department of the Interior) prepared to implement the decision, but the state of Alaska... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
College magazine gets new name, redesignher fate. Also featured are forest technology student Katalynn M. Thomas's sum
College magazine gets new name, redesign
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
her fate. Also featured are forest technology student Katalynn M. Thomas's summer internship in Montana for the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs; the back-to-back women's basketball scoring records set by sisters Kierstin and Jamie Steer, of... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
Low-income consumers in CenturyLink service areas may qualify for assistance | April 8, 2012lands may also qualify for Lifeline and Link-Up discounts if he or she particip
Low-income consumers in CenturyLink service areas may qualify for assistance | April 8, 2012
Tri-County Citizen / Posted 10 days ago
lands may also qualify for Lifeline and Link-Up discounts if he or she participates in one of the above programs or the Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance or Tribally Administered Temporary Assistance to Needy Families. To find out... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Poverty Lake fire mostly containedprotected the lighthouse, which sits on the southern tip of the island. Over t
Poverty Lake fire mostly contained
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 11 days ago
protected the lighthouse, which sits on the southern tip of the island. Over the next week, 12 firefighters from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Fish and Wildlife Service and Forest Service will be extinguishing hot spots near the fire's edge... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Poverty Island blaze still burningto 50 acres by Saturday when the latest group of 16 federal firefighters began
Poverty Island blaze still burning
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 12 days ago
to 50 acres by Saturday when the latest group of 16 federal firefighters began to form. They include personnel from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service. The National Park Service is providing... Read more
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KHSL Chico-Redding
Firefighting in Oroville just got a little easier after new Helicopter put into serviceon fires, the north state isn't out of the woods yet. And to help bolster the
Firefighting in Oroville just got a little easier after new Helicopter put into service
KHSL Chico-Redding / Posted 12 days ago
on fires, the north state isn't out of the woods yet. And to help bolster the north state's firefighting capabilities the Bureau of Indian Affairs has stationed a helicopter at the Oroville municipal airport. “This is the federal government... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
New firefighting aircraft in Orovillethere at least through the remainder of the fire season. As part of a joint ag
New firefighting aircraft in Oroville
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 12 days ago
there at least through the remainder of the fire season. As part of a joint agreement with the federal government the Bureau of Indian Affairs has agreed to house it there. The helicopter will drop water and transport firefighters and... Read more
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Char-Koosta News
CSKT officials provide timber use, National Bison Range and Water Compact updatesmembers. Community members voiced comments and concerns during the meeting. T
CSKT officials provide timber use, National Bison Range and Water Compact updates
Char-Koosta News / Posted 12 days ago
members. Community members voiced comments and concerns during the meeting. Tribal Forestry has been working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and OST review teams to update and clarify Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) compliance practices.... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
Heritage Fire burns near Deschutesservice took the lead yesterday and through the night on battling the blaze, wh
Heritage Fire burns near Deschutes
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
service took the lead yesterday and through the night on battling the blaze, which is being fought today by crews from the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Bureau of Land Management. Although there is a ranch near the fire area, which has spread... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Righting ‘an embarrassment,’ Congress looks at housing help for tribal members— When the home Johnny Jackson built himself caught fire, emergency responders
Righting ‘an embarrassment,’ Congress looks at housing help for tribal members
The Seattle Times / Posted 13 days ago
— When the home Johnny Jackson built himself caught fire, emergency responders discovered the lone fire hydrant at the Bureau of Indian Affairs managed tribal-fishing site wasn’t hooked up. His home, nestled between boulders near the edge of... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Poverty Island fire flares upBelieved to have started by lightning, the fire burned 26 acres by the end of J
Poverty Island fire flares up
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 15 days ago
Believed to have started by lightning, the fire burned 26 acres by the end of July when it stalled. Bennett, a U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs firefighter, led the late July effort to burn out the rest of the island and stop the fire by... Read more
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MLive.com
Fire burns 25% of Lake Michigan island, historic lighthouse threatenedFire Incident Command Team reported about 50 acres of the 200-acre site have bu
Fire burns 25% of Lake Michigan island, historic lighthouse threatened
MLive.com / Posted 15 days ago
Fire Incident Command Team reported about 50 acres of the 200-acre site have burned, the AP said. Jeremy Bennett, a U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs firefighter, told Fox station TV 6 that smoke rising from the island this week might be visible from... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tourists on MT wagon train blocked by angry tribal members block routeboth sides brandishing guns, said Elias Goes Ahead, who owns land on the Crow r
Tourists on MT wagon train blocked by angry tribal members block route
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
both sides brandishing guns, said Elias Goes Ahead, who owns land on the Crow reservation She said that Notafraid and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) had 'put those people in a spot' because they 'knew' that the road was closed. 'Marlin said... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Two federal court rulings muddy the waters on tribal casinosdifferences between the Mashpee and Cowlitz cases. When it approved the Mashpe
Two federal court rulings muddy the waters on tribal casinos
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 17 days ago
differences between the Mashpee and Cowlitz cases. When it approved the Mashpee tribe’s land application last year, the Bureau of Indian Affairs used an oft-overlooked exception in the Indian Reorganization Act. That section of the law defines... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Casino construction in Taunton shifts from building to filling trenchescity, including Mayor Thomas Hoye Jr., were dealt a blow by Young’s decision re
Casino construction in Taunton shifts from building to filling trenches
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 18 days ago
city, including Mayor Thomas Hoye Jr., were dealt a blow by Young’s decision rejecting the land-in-trust decision by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Young said the language of a Supreme Court ruling in 2009, commonly called the Carcieri decision,... Read more
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The Mining Journal
New at Peter White Public Libraryslated for release in September 2016. "Dark Reservations" by John Fortunato fe
New at Peter White Public Library
The Mining Journal / Posted 18 days ago
slated for release in September 2016. "Dark Reservations" by John Fortunato features Joe Evers, special agent with the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His battle with alcohol will remind readers of Henning Mankell's Swedish... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Primary: Four candidates seek two seats in Bennington 2-1 Districtteaching children of deployed military personnel in Germany and Japan. She also
Primary: Four candidates seek two seats in Bennington 2-1 District
Bennington Banner / Posted 18 days ago
teaching children of deployed military personnel in Germany and Japan. She also worked as a reading specialist for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, instructing students and teaching GED classes to adults on the Navajo Indian Reservation. She's an... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Mountain lake full of memoriesArch Wells as a relative. Wells, a cousin to Williams but not on the Gallagher
Mountain lake full of memories
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
Arch Wells as a relative. Wells, a cousin to Williams but not on the Gallagher side, was a high-ranking official with the Bureau of Indian Affairs at the time, which like the Geological Survey is part of the Interior Department. At wit’s end,... Read more
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Char-Koosta News
CSKT Division of Fire urges caution as fire season heats upand various tribal departments in the management of wildland fire. The fire pr
CSKT Division of Fire urges caution as fire season heats up
Char-Koosta News / Posted 19 days ago
and various tribal departments in the management of wildland fire. The fire program is managed under contract with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and is organized as a division under the CSKT Department of Forestry. The DOF consists of about 55... Read more
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The Herald News
Mashpee, Cowlitz rulings could have national impact on casino lawdifferences between the Mashpee and Cowlitz cases. When it approved the Mashpe
Mashpee, Cowlitz rulings could have national impact on casino law
The Herald News / Posted 20 days ago
differences between the Mashpee and Cowlitz cases. When it approved the Mashpee tribe’s land application last year, the Bureau of Indian Affairs used an oft-overlooked exception in the Indian Reorganization Act. That section of the law defines... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Authorities ID body pulled from water in Albuquerque canaltoxicology reports haven't been completed yet. The sheriff's department is inv
Authorities ID body pulled from water in Albuquerque canal
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 20 days ago
toxicology reports haven't been completed yet. The sheriff's department is investigating in conjunction with the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs. The body was recovered Monday afternoon. The discovery came two days after crews came up... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
Vast Geography, Limited Funds Hurt Pine Ridge Law Enforcementoutreach by South Dakota’s congressional delegation, Sen. John Thune met Wednes
Vast Geography, Limited Funds Hurt Pine Ridge Law Enforcement
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 20 days ago
outreach by South Dakota’s congressional delegation, Sen. John Thune met Wednesday in Pine Ridge with tribal leaders, Bureau of Indian Affairs enforcement officials, and a representative of the U.S. Department of Justice. It was part of a long... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
FBI: Man accused of assaulting a federal officer in Shiprockthe arrest were the McKinley County Sheriff's Office and Gallup police. Author
FBI: Man accused of assaulting a federal officer in Shiprock
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 20 days ago
the arrest were the McKinley County Sheriff's Office and Gallup police. Authorities say Emerson is accused of assaulting a Bureau of Indian Affairs-commissioned Navajo Police Officer in Shiprock on July 6. Emerson is expected to have an initial... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Invasive crawfish spread into Kodiak watershedThe Kodiak Daily Mirror reported. Sun’aq officials have been working to catch
Invasive crawfish spread into Kodiak watershed
Juneau Empire / Posted 23 days ago
The Kodiak Daily Mirror reported. Sun’aq officials have been working to catch the crawfish with funds from the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. So far, 228 crustaceans have been sampled including three red swamp crawfish, which are... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
NE Oregon wildfire burns 700 acres, I-84 partly reopensand various overhead personnel. Firefighters from Umatilla County, Confederate
NE Oregon wildfire burns 700 acres, I-84 partly reopens
KTVZ Bend / Posted 23 days ago
and various overhead personnel. Firefighters from Umatilla County, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Forest Service and Oregon Department of Forestry are battling the blaze, burning on lands... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Theodore Roosevelt National Park to host star partydown, though the legal battle isn't over. Target Logistics and Lodging Solution
Theodore Roosevelt National Park to host star party
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 24 days ago
down, though the legal battle isn't over. Target Logistics and Lodging Solutions sued the city in April, saying... Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs police officers on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation have been granted authority to fine... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
City of Bismarck makes upgrades to water treatment plantdown, though the legal battle isn't over. Target Logistics and Lodging Solution
City of Bismarck makes upgrades to water treatment plant
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 24 days ago
down, though the legal battle isn't over. Target Logistics and Lodging Solutions sued the city in April, saying... Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs police officers on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation have been granted authority to fine... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
New indoor pool, fitness center opens in Killdeerdown, though the legal battle isn't over. Target Logistics and Lodging Solution
New indoor pool, fitness center opens in Killdeer
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 24 days ago
down, though the legal battle isn't over. Target Logistics and Lodging Solutions sued the city in April, saying... Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs police officers on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation have been granted authority to fine... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
NE Oregon wildfire burns 700 acres, shuts I-84and various overhead personnel. Firefighters from Umatilla County, Confederate
NE Oregon wildfire burns 700 acres, shuts I-84
KTVZ Bend / Posted 24 days ago
and various overhead personnel. Firefighters from Umatilla County, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. Forest Service and Oregon Department of Forestry are battling the blaze, burning on lands... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Angry anglers protest closure of Skokomish Riversaid. "What about my children? Where are they going to fish?" The U.S. Departm
Angry anglers protest closure of Skokomish River
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 24 days ago
said. "What about my children? Where are they going to fish?" The U.S. Department of the Interior, which oversees the Bureau of Indian Affairs, recently issued a legal opinion backing the tribe's long-standing assertion that the portion of the... Read more
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