U.S. Public Health Serves Large Numbers; Explains "1920" Allotment Purchase Program; Indian Legends; Editorially Speaking; Editorially Speaking; Flathead Administrative Organization Outlined; Tribal Court Tries 125 Cases in 1956;
Bison Range Recalls Reservation History; Land Trust Restrictions get five year extension; Forestry grazin notes; Land in irrigation district must be properly classified; Letters to the Editor; Editorially speaking (W. W. McDonald).
More have filed for council; More off-reservation members to vote November 17; Con-Con candidates may file; The tribal Constitution, by -laws and amendments; JOM groups hear about tours; Is blood a political issue?; Europeans welcome Indian...
Crows lose 20th century 'Battle of the Bighorn'; State Legislature hears testimony on control of tribal resources; Legal aid may fade away; Budget woes on the Flathead; Brown dismissal unheld; Save the crocodile tears, it's oil supply that counts;...
Shoreline board extends comment period, releases fee schedule; Lodgepole plan unveiled; Two Eagle is on priority list; New law affects trust property ownership; One stand open for Arlee Pow-wow; A peek at the next issue, and the one after that...;...
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