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Wendy Bremner, victim witness specialist for the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Browning and member of the Native American review team, said she's seen familial violence cycle through the generations. “You know, when I'm dealing with a victim of sexual assault, a child victim, it's very common for me to hear ...
“On my reservation in Cochiti, for 50-year leases and rights of way negotiated on our behalf by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, our trustee all but provided what would be equivalent to 500 dollars over a 50-year period. Now you go back and apply a whole different concept of evaluating the rights of way and ...

Your interest may lie with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, or perhaps memos between members of the commission on White House restoration during the Truman era, or Public Health Records outlining the keeping of a sanitary privy. Every piece of information transcribed and tagged provides a clearer picture ...
BILLINGS — A recent federal audit of the Crow Tribe's court system alleges mismanagement of federal funds, nepotism and the creation of a hostile work environment for a recently elected associate judge. The Bureau of Indian Affairs told the tribe its federal funding is in "high-risk status" and the tribe will ...
They moved to Seattle, WA, and in 1956 to Alaska, where her husband worked for the Alaska Native Service and Bureau of Indian Affairs, first living in the village of Mekoryuk on Nunivak Island from 1956 to 1960, later moving to Bethel, Nome, Sitka and Juneau. While living in Bethel from 1960 to 1962, ...
Some Valley residents are concerned the tribe is being given too much autonomy, but Kahn argued the Chumash Indians are operating within their rights, as determined by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, which placed Camp 4 into federal trust. “1491 is a bill that exclusively states, 'No gaming on Camp 4,'” ...

During each year of Commander's tenure as Tribal Administrator for STC, the tribe received approximately $150,000 from Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) for operating funds. According to the U.S. Justice Department, Commander embezzled the money by using the tribal credit card to make unauthorized cash ...
Helms said he plans to discuss the challenges with representatives of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation in February and is working to reach out to the Department of Interior about the Bureau of Indian Affairs process. Gov. Doug Burgum, chairman of the three-member Industrial Commission, said a ...
The tribe receives about $150,000 from the Bureau of Indian Affairs every year. Commander used some of that money to pay for college tuition, credit cards, cash advances at casinos and a trip to Hawaii. She applied for grants from entities like the EPA for additional funds, and didn't follow up on reporting.
(The report says the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the FBI also were making inquiries into Blackhair's activities.) According to the Baker Street Group report, Blackhair began to solicit donations for a Jackie Murray Memorial Softball Tournament sometime after the namesake's November 2013 death. Murray's ...
Hardin jail won't reopen in January, but Bureau of Indian Affairs is reviewing lease on building. By MATT HUDSON mhudson@billingsgazette.com ... For more than a year, the Bureau of Indian Affairs has been working toward a lease with the detention facility. The building is owned by the Two Rivers ...
Planning in partnership with the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs also is ongoing to update the resource management plan that guides energy development and recreation on federal lands throughout the region. A world heritage site, Chaco park and its outlying archaeological remnants include massive ...
The Council's first order of business will be to receive the state of the nation address from President Russell Begaye, followed by reports from Speaker LoRenzo Bates, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian Health Service, controller's office, attorney general's office and the chief justice. On Tuesday, the Council ...
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community wants to place more than 130 acres into trust with the federal government. The tribe submitted two requests to the Bureau of Indian Affairs to place three parcels of land — two in Prior Lake and one in Shakopee — into trust status. The community already ...
That includes recognizing and insuring different types of livestock (reindeer, caribou, elk), more assistance in conservation (given the added bureaucracy of the Bureau of Indian Affairs), marketing help for traditional or unique American Indian foods, and the ability to run their own food stamp program with ...
The Mattaponi Indians, the other Virginia tribe with a reservation dating back to the colonial era, are pursuing recognition through the Bureau of Indian Affairs, having long ago given up on getting recognition from Congress. The remaining three tribes secured state recognition in 2010, but have yet to meet ...
Most Indian tribes in America — more than 500 of them — have acquired federal recognition through an administrative process through the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. But that process is not available to the Virginia tribes, because they are unable to prove their lineage through official documents thanks to ...

The Bureau of Indian Affairs is investigating what was initially reported as a fatal vehicle crash in Pondera County on Tuesday. According to the Montana Highway ... We have contacted the Bureau of Indian Affairs, but they have so far declined to release any information. We will update you as we get more ...
Carmen O'Leary, executive director of the Native Women's Society of the Great Plains, speaks Monday at the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal chambers about missing and murdered Native people. At right are representatives from the Bureau of Indian Affairs. AMY DALRYMPLE Bismarck Tribune.
It seems as if a great number of people living in Coshocton County mention they are related to Native Americans and are at a loss as to where records and documentation can be found. We're not talking DNA here, but information located in The Bureau of Indian Affairs housed in the National Archives.
As the 19th century wound down, Sarah Winnemucca, a Northern Paiute writer and activist, railed against the corrupt Bureau of Indian Affairs. Reservation conditions would not improve, she wrote, “if you (in the department) keep on sending us such agents as have been sent to us year after year, who do ...
Planning in partnership with the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs also is ongoing to update the resource management plan that guides energy development and recreation on federal lands throughout the region. A world heritage site, Chaco park and its outlying archaeological remnants include massive ...
Since these “first contact” Virginia tribes made peace with England long before the United States was founded, there are no federal treaties or other government-to-government documentation required by the Bureau of Indian Affairs for federal recognition. Many tribal documents were lost during the Civil ...
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is apparently considering building an expanded parking lot ($500,000) for a casino with a sketchy past in Apache, Okla. And while federal investigators were busy fruitlessly looking to find collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, apparently they missed the U.S. ...
The Bureau of Indian Affairs was still saying that there were too many livestock on the reservation so it was questionable whether any money would be made available to replace them. To read the full article, pick up your copy of the Navajo Times at your nearest newsstand Thursday mornings!
One of the oldest buildings in town, the Head Start building was erected by the Bureau of Indian Affairs in the 1980s. ... From left to right, Representative Zach Fansler, Chefornak Tribal Administrator Bernadette Lewis, Bureau of Indian Affairs Civil Engineer Greg Smith, and grant writer Max Neale with the ...
Dennis Banks: A co-founder of the American Indian Movement, he helped lead the 6-day takeover of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in 1972, and was a leader of the 71-day Wounded Knee occupation in 1973. Banks, of the Ojibwe and Turtle Clan, was born and lived in Leech Lake Reservation, Minn.
The tribe received grants from a federal stimulus bill under President Barack H. Obama for the treatment facility, and funding from the Bureau of Indian Affairs for the road. The Mashpee Planning Board in 2015 approved a request from tribal representatives to name the roads in the development after Ms.
Along with the Highway Patrol, which is investigating the rollover, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Standing Rock Ranger Service and Standing Rock Ambulance Service were on the scene. Although traffic deaths in the state had been trailing 2016 figures for most of the year, increased incidents of fatal ...
That same month, the phrase “climate change” was scrubbed from the Bureau of Indian Affairs website describing those programs. Climate “resilience” programs exist across agencies, but are anchored by the Interior Department's BIA. At least four tribal nations, as well as the NCAI and the Native American ...
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A 43-year-old former law enforcement officer with the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Montana has pleaded guilty in a case in which he was accused of coercing a woman into having sex. Dana Michael Bullcoming, of Lame Deer, pleaded guilty in Billings to deprivation of rights under ...
The Bureau of Indian Affairs in 2013 said county roads trespass on tribal property; in the interim, non-Pueblo residents of the Pojoaque Basin have said the ... meanwhile, would be granted to the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, which would make the roads part of the federal Tribal Transportation Program.
Virginia had a long work history beginning with the Bureau of Indian Affairs in several agencies, including: Dulce, Zuni and Shiprock, New Mexico. Virginia and her family returned to White Swan in 1966 and she has been a resident of White Swan since that time. Her work in Washington included being on ...
The feds also didn't recognize the disenrollments. When the tribe agreed to hold an election a few months ago, interim federal money started flowing back to the tribe and so did operation of its casino. That could all go away again if the Bureau of Indian Affairs does not certify this election by December 23.
Ward came to the attention of a Special Agent from the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and detectives from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team (UPSET) in 2014, after law enforcement officers from the Lac Vieux Desert (LVD) reservation near Watersmeet reported that marijuana produced and ...
The surrounding area is the domain of the Bureau of Land Management and the Bureau of Indian Affairs whose missions, unlike that of the Park Service, do not emphasize protecting historically significant sites. Nonetheless, the two agencies agreed to defer all new drilling leases within a 10-mile radius of ...
The Government Accountability Office in February put Indian energy programs on its 2017 High Risk List, saying that the Bureau of Indian Affairs management of Indian energy resources and the development process had limited opportunities for tribes and their members to develop energy resources, ...
The legislation, which is sponsored by Senators Jeff Merkley (D-OR), Patty Murray (D-WA), Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Maria Cantwell (D-WA), would enable the Bureau of Indian Affairs to make important safety and sanitation improvements at the tribal treaty fishing access sites along the Columbia River, ...
Law360, New York (November 30, 2017, 8:32 PM EST) -- The federal government provided the final approvals for a new lease that will allow the Navajo Generating Station, a coal-fired power plant located near Page, Arizona, to continue operating until the end of 2019, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said on Thursday.
Streamline and bring greater certainty to the Bureau of Indian Affairs' approval process for Tribal Energy Resource Agreements (TERAs). Require more technical assistance and consultation with Indian tribes in the early stages of energy resource development. Improve efficiency by authorizing Indian tribes ...
Appointee to Bureau of Indian Affairs resigns after report slams loan program he oversaw. By Washington Post on ... WASHINGTON - Gavin Clarkson, a senior Bureau of Indian Affairs official whom Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke appointed in June, quietly resigned Monday, Nov. 13, after the department's ...
The Blackfeet Tribe has been getting mixed signals from federal officials in Washington D.C. about the future of a conservation program on the reservation east of the mountains. In early October, the Bureau of Indian Affairs informed the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council that the range rider program would ...
Being dependent upon government is a cruel hoax: good for politicians and bureaucrats, but over the long run, terrible for the recipients. As a stark example, consider our Native Americans. We can start with an observation by Henry Ford who, although certainly not my favorite person due to his social views, ...
Work at site of 3rd Connecticut casino, rival to MGM Springfield, to begin by year's end, despite missing nod from Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) is responsible for the administration and management of 55.7 million acres of land held in trust by the United ...
The state and the tribes submitted changes to the decades-old slot agreements for review by the Interior Department's Bureau of Indian Affairs ...
The Bureau of Indian Affairs expect to re-open a vacant Montana jail on the edge of the Crow Indian Reservation that's sat empty for much of the past decade. Bureau of Indian Affairs Director Bryan Rice spoke in front of a senate committee on October 25th and said the BIA is finalizing a lease contract to ...
BILLINGS – The Bureau of Indian Affairs expects to re-open a vacant Montana jail on the edge of the Crow Indian Reservation that's sat empty for much of the last decade. The bureau's director recently told a Senate committee that the agency is finalizing a contract to begin operating the Two Rivers ...
The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs has missed a deadline to approve or reject plans for a tribal casino in East Windsor, Connecticut. The casino ...
The Bureau of Indian Affairs expects to re-open a vacant Montana jail on the edge of the Crow Indian Reservation that's sat empty for much of ...


 

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