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Salon.com
US authorities seek warrant for tribal shield in Parisof Albuquerque, federal authorities said in a complaint filed last week in fede
US authorities seek warrant for tribal shield in Paris
Salon.com / Posted 2 hours ago
of Albuquerque, federal authorities said in a complaint filed last week in federal court. One shield was recovered by Bureau of Indian Affairs agents executing a search warrant at an art gallery in Bozeman, Montana, last year. Like the shield... Read more
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The Columbian
Warm Springs Reservation fire grows to 1,000 acres in a few hoursgrew to roughly 1,000 acres in a few hours as it consumed grass and juniper tre
Warm Springs Reservation fire grows to 1,000 acres in a few hours
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
grew to roughly 1,000 acres in a few hours as it consumed grass and juniper trees, said William Wilson of the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs Sunday evening. The blaze began near Rattlesnake Spring along the Warm Springs River about six... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Lawsuit threatens tribe's West Slope expansionland on which the project will be located is property held in trust for the Shi
Lawsuit threatens tribe's West Slope expansion
Lake Tahoe News / Posted yesterday
land on which the project will be located is property held in trust for the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians by the Bureau of Indian Affairs — “sovereign land”—removed from county tax rolls and outside most county land use jurisdiction, the... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Warm Springs Reservation fire grows to 1,000 acres in a few hoursgrew to roughly 1,000 acres in a few hours as it consumed grass and juniper tre
Warm Springs Reservation fire grows to 1,000 acres in a few hours
OregonLive.com / Posted yesterday
grew to roughly 1,000 acres in a few hours as it consumed grass and juniper trees, said William Wilson of the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs Sunday evening. The blaze began near Rattlesnake Spring along the Warm Springs River about six... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Visiting a ghost town on the Tanana Riverin July 1915 for the Tanana Chiefs Conference. There, a dozen Native leaders fr
Visiting a ghost town on the Tanana River
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 4 days ago
in July 1915 for the Tanana Chiefs Conference. There, a dozen Native leaders from the Interior met with officials from the Bureau of Indian Affairs and other federal agencies. One of the main topics was the encroachment of white miners and camp... Read more
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Pacific Coast Business Times
Showdown looms as controversial Chumash land trust bill advancesafter began the process of placing the land into trust. In July 2013, the trib
Showdown looms as controversial Chumash land trust bill advances
Pacific Coast Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
after began the process of placing the land into trust. In July 2013, the tribe filed a federal trust application with the Bureau of Indian Affairs. In October 2013, federal legislation (HR 1133) was introduced to take land into trust and it was... Read more
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Miami New Times
Residents Fear Kendall’s Last Green Spaces at Risk of Developmentinto reservation land, which would free them of the 99-year development ban. In
Residents Fear Kendall’s Last Green Spaces at Risk of Development
Miami New Times / Posted 4 days ago
into reservation land, which would free them of the 99-year development ban. In 2012, the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the tribe’s request. But that decision was vacated a year later after heated opposition by... Read more
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The Valley Chronicle
Hemet Planning Commission works to attract businessesare often limited to some residents who are at an economic disadvantage. The co
Hemet Planning Commission works to attract businesses
The Valley Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
are often limited to some residents who are at an economic disadvantage. The commission is said to be working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs on Housing Element Policies among others to improve housing in the area. And, of course, the issue... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Firefighters leave Poverty Islandcome back when conditions are better for burning. The rain put the fire to slee
Firefighters leave Poverty Island
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 5 days ago
come back when conditions are better for burning. The rain put the fire to sleep for a little bit." Bennett is one of six Bureau of Indian Affairs firefighters from Michigan and Wisconsin on the fire. The others are part of a Forest Service... Read more
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The Alpena News
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. islandkeeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smo
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. island
The Alpena News / Posted 6 days ago
keeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smolder in crevices, roots and old logs. The Bureau of Indian Affairs says firefighters plan to return when there are drier conditions. A sprinkler system is in place to... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. islandkeeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smo
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. island
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
keeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smolder in crevices, roots and old logs. The Bureau of Indian Affairs says firefighters plan to return when there are drier conditions. A sprinkler system is in place to... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. islandkeeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smo
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. island
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 6 days ago
keeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smolder in crevices, roots and old logs. The Bureau of Indian Affairs says firefighters plan to return when there are drier conditions. A sprinkler system is in place to... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. islandkeeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smo
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. island
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 6 days ago
keeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smolder in crevices, roots and old logs. The Bureau of Indian Affairs says firefighters plan to return when there are drier conditions. A sprinkler system is in place to... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. islandkeeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smo
Lighthouse protected; firefighters leaving Lake Mich. island
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 6 days ago
keeping the fire under control on Poverty Island, but the fire continues to smolder in crevices, roots and old logs. The Bureau of Indian Affairs says firefighters plan to return when there are drier conditions. A sprinkler system is in place to... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
12-Year-Old Shot, Killed In Pine Ridgeare investigating the shooting death of a 12-year-old girl Wednesday morning on
12-Year-Old Shot, Killed In Pine Ridge
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 6 days ago
are investigating the shooting death of a 12-year-old girl Wednesday morning on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The Bureau of Indian Affairs says a 12-year-old was walking with her friends in town when she was shot and killed. The suspect... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Transportation secretary announces availability of $4.15M to repair roads damaged by flooding in northerwn WIimmediate assistance to address damage to roads of tribal transportation facili
Transportation secretary announces availability of $4.15M to repair roads damaged by flooding in northerwn WI
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 6 days ago
immediate assistance to address damage to roads of tribal transportation facilities and other federally owned roads. The Bureau of Indian Affairs will be awarded $500,000 to repair roads and bridges on the Bad River Reservation of the Bad River... Read more
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Federal Highway Administration
U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $4.15 Million for Emergency Repairs to Roads and Bridges in Wisconsin,immediate assistance to address damage to roads of tribal transportation facili
U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $4.15 Million for Emergency Repairs to Roads and Bridges in Wisconsin,
Federal Highway Administration / Posted 6 days ago
immediate assistance to address damage to roads of tribal transportation facilities and other federally owned roads. The Bureau of Indian Affairs will be awarded $500,000 to repair roads and bridges on the Bad River Reservation of the Bad River... Read more
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FOX News
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribethe face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and jus
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribe
FOX News / Posted 7 days ago
the face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and justice committee and documents summarizing a Bureau of Indian Affairs investigation appear to support claims in a lawsuit filed last month on behalf of 31 tribal... Read more
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The Columbian
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribethe face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe’s law and jus
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribe
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
the face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe’s law and justice committee and documents summarizing a Bureau of Indian Affairs investigation appear to support claims in a lawsuit filed last month on behalf of 31 tribal... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribeover," the minutes of the Aug. 1, 2013, law and justice committee meeting said.
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribe
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 7 days ago
over," the minutes of the Aug. 1, 2013, law and justice committee meeting said. The minutes and documents summarizing a Bureau of Indian Affairs investigation appear to support claims in a lawsuit filed last month on behalf of 31 tribal members.... Read more
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ABC Montana
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribethe face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and jus
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribe
ABC Montana / Posted 7 days ago
the face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and justice committee and documents summarizing a Bureau of Indian Affairs investigation appear to support claims in a lawsuit filed last month on behalf of 31 tribal... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribethe face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and jus
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribe
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 7 days ago
the face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and justice committee and documents summarizing a Bureau of Indian Affairs investigation appear to support claims in a lawsuit filed last month on behalf of 31 tribal... Read more
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Salon.com
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribethe face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe’s law and jus
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribe
Salon.com / Posted 7 days ago
the face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe’s law and justice committee and documents summarizing a Bureau of Indian Affairs investigation appear to support claims in a lawsuit filed last month on behalf of 31 tribal... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribethe face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and jus
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribe
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 7 days ago
the face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and justice committee and documents summarizing a Bureau of Indian Affairs investigation appear to support claims in a lawsuit filed last month on behalf of 31 tribal... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Documents seem to back claims of Fort Peck homeless roundupthe Wild Horse Stampede." The August 2013 minutes of the tribe's law and justi
Documents seem to back claims of Fort Peck homeless roundup
KECI Missoula / Posted 7 days ago
the Wild Horse Stampede." The August 2013 minutes of the tribe's law and justice committee and documents summarizing a Bureau of Indian Affairs investigation appear to support claims in a lawsuit filed last month on behalf of 31 tribal... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribethe face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and jus
Documents: People held to shield image of Montana tribe
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 7 days ago
the face of a rodeo event in Fort Peck. The minutes of the tribe's law and justice committee and documents summarizing a Bureau of Indian Affairs investigation appear to support claims in a lawsuit filed last month on behalf of 31 tribal... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Telling stories on the Taku: 'This whole place is sacred'like the City and Borough of Juneau, Juneau School District, the lieutenant gov
Telling stories on the Taku: 'This whole place is sacred'
Juneau Empire / Posted 7 days ago
like the City and Borough of Juneau, Juneau School District, the lieutenant governor’s office, U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Indian Affairs. As a federally recognized tribe, she said the goal is to share the history of the T’aaku Kwáan and... Read more
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MLive.com
Wildfire still burning on Lake Michigan islandworked to extinguish from June 30 to July 4. The land on Poverty Island is own
Wildfire still burning on Lake Michigan island
MLive.com / Posted 8 days ago
worked to extinguish from June 30 to July 4. The land on Poverty Island is owned by the Bureau of Land Management, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs is responsible for directing fire response there. The only structures on the island - a lighthouse... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Libertarians’ Secret Weaponwas born in Minot, North Dakota. His father was an Allstate insurance salesman,
The Libertarians’ Secret Weapon
The New Yorker / Posted 8 days ago
was born in Minot, North Dakota. His father was an Allstate insurance salesman, and his mother worked in accounting for the Bureau of Indian Affairs. His father, who had fallen in love with New Mexico during a trip there as a Boy Scout, moved the... Read more
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Mashable
The entrepreneurial family who recorded the Eskimos and prospectors of Gold Rush AlaskaReindeer Corporation, collapsed after Congress mandated the return of all Alask
The entrepreneurial family who recorded the Eskimos and prospectors of Gold Rush Alaska
Mashable / Posted 9 days ago
Reindeer Corporation, collapsed after Congress mandated the return of all Alaskan reindeer herds to the control of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. By 1940 the family had relocated to Seattle, Washington, eager for new commercial ventures in... Read more
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Juneau Empire
A ghost town on the Tanana Riverin July 1915 for the Tanana Chiefs Conference. There, a dozen Native leaders fr
A ghost town on the Tanana River
Juneau Empire / Posted 11 days ago
in July 1915 for the Tanana Chiefs Conference. There, a dozen Native leaders from the Interior met with officials from the Bureau of Indian Affairs and other federal agencies. One of the main topics was the encroachment of white miners and camp... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Chumash Camp 4 Bill Clears House CommitteeTribe pursues legislative authority to transfer Camp 4 through HR 1157, an admi
Chumash Camp 4 Bill Clears House Committee
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 11 days ago
Tribe pursues legislative authority to transfer Camp 4 through HR 1157, an administrative effort to do the same through the Bureau of Indian Affairs has been appealed by the County of Santa Barbara and other opponents. In the meantime, Tribal... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Residents Concerned About Unknown Key Elk Grove Casino Opponent"outside influences." The city council has no authority to approve or disappro
Residents Concerned About Unknown Key Elk Grove Casino Opponent
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 12 days ago
"outside influences." The city council has no authority to approve or disapprove of the project since it is largely a U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs matter. But the opinions of local residents can be taken into account in a decision. Of course... Read more
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Pacific Coast Business Times
Chumash get House committee OK to annex land, build 143 homesafter began the process of placing the land into trust. In July 2013, the trib
Chumash get House committee OK to annex land, build 143 homes
Pacific Coast Business Times / Posted 12 days ago
after began the process of placing the land into trust. In July 2013, the tribe filed a federal trust application with the Bureau of Indian Affairs. In October 2013, federal legislation (HR 1133) was introduced to take land into trust and it was... Read more
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Alaska Public
Possible boarding school may be great opportunity, but stirs bad memories for one familyon it that had our name, our destination, our flights,” LaBelle said. The Inst
Possible boarding school may be great opportunity, but stirs bad memories for one family
Alaska Public / Posted 13 days ago
on it that had our name, our destination, our flights,” LaBelle said. The Institute, which opened in 1932, was one of two Bureau of Indian Affairs schools in the state. Students came from communities all over the state such as Nome, Barrow and... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
The Record Searchlight / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
KXXV Waco / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle
Council members to be sworn in ThursdayCenter on the agency campus south of town. The outgoing council will convene a
Council members to be sworn in Thursday
The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
Center on the agency campus south of town. The outgoing council will convene at 9:30 a.m. in the auditorium on the first floor of the northwest wing. At 10 a.m., Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent Debra Wulff will administer the oath of off... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless rounduparrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wo
Civil rights complaint filed over Fort Peck homeless roundup
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 13 days ago
arrest and detention during the Wild Horse Stampede. The complaint names the Wolf Point police chief and city council, two Bureau of Indian Affairs agents, several tribal officials and the Roosevelt County sheriff and county attorney. "The... Read more
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