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PORTERVILLE, Calif. (AP) — The church bell that rings out to announce the deaths of tribal members on the Tule River Indian Reservation tolled repeatedly after a gunman fatally shot his daughter, mother and two uncles before being killed in a shootout with police.
NEW TOWN, N.D. (AP) — Some residents of a North Dakota reservation say they are frustrated with the lack of information surrounding the deaths earlier this week of a grandmother and her three grandchildren.
The arrest of a 19-year-old for the murder of two Spirit Lake Reservation children is an important, visible step in an ongoing and often frustrating effort to protect American Indian children. Valentino Bagola was charged by federal authorities with four counts of murder in connection with the deaths of 6-year-old Travis Lee DuBois Jr. and 9-year-old Destiny Jane Shaw DuBois. He pleaded not guilty. The reservation is south of Devils Lake.
Deborah Kaye Anderson will be mourned Saturday at a funeral on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation, home for all her brief life.
The infant girl, 2 months old when she died last week, will be laid to rest wearing a white christening dress and an Indian headband decorated with a white plume.
By Chuck Haga and Patrick Springer , Forum Communications
, July 13, 2012
BISMARCK — Drawbacks to the state’s oil boom outweigh the benefits to North Dakota’s Indian tribes and will remain so unless work is done to alleviate difficulties on the reservation, says Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall.
Hall gave the State of the Tribal address to state lawmakers Thursday. He said the ultimate goal should be to implement a comprehensive plan that includes all North Dakotans — native and nonnative.
By Teri Finneman, Forum Communications Co.
, January 07, 2011
Tools for addressing crime on the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation are being put into place. A new federal law recently enacted will provide more law enforcement officers, prosecutors and flexibility in dealing with jurisdictions for Standing Rock and other reservations. It sounds good. The truth of the matter will be found in the application and performance of key agencies — federal and tribal.
A new trial date has been set for two suspects in the 1975 death of an American Indian Movement activist in western South Dakota.
John Graham and Thelma Rios will be tried together on state charges on Nov. 29, the state attorney general’s office announced Friday. Previous trial dates were set for March and July.
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