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Tribes work to create sex-offender registries

...The accountability office also said the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs could do a better job at finding out which tribes...implementing the law. The Interior Department said the Bureau of Indian Affairs would be reaching out to tribes. A Tribal Public...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-11-20/tribes-work-to-create-sex-offender-r
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...to cross his land, enraging the tribe. The Hualapai responded by shuttling in tourists and asking the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs to approve a temporary road that would bypass Turner's property.Turner eventually reached an agreement with...

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Outdoors
Bob Franken: The obsession agenda

...Secret Service, became chief executive of the National Native American Law Enforcement Association. In 2012, the Bureau of Indian Affairs canceled a contract with the company, which was supposed to recruit Native Americans as reservation police...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-04-01/bob-franken-the-obsession-agenda
Opinion
Revisiting the past

...mainland, where there were jobs and doctors.The island was unoccupied by 1966, several years after the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs closed the school because of dwindling numbers and concerns about a potential rock-slide. To this day, King...

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Around the Peninsula

...Methodist Church of the New Covenant. The featured speaker will be Marian Nichelson, who came to Alaska in 1965 as a Bureau of Indian Affairs teacher. Her topic will be her experiences teaching Gwichi'n Indian children at Chalkyitsik, Arctic Village...

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People
Around the Peninsula

...to discuss the relationship of children, families, communities and the Alaska Office of Children Services and Bureau of Indian Affairs Indian Child Welfare Act will be held at 6 p.m. today at Ninilchik Community Library. It is open to the public...

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People
Dirk Henry Dykstra

...non-denominational church until moving to Alaska in 1961. Soon after, he took a Construction Foreman job with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and spent the next 6 years building some of the first houses and schools across the state in the rural and remote...

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Bluff erosion, fish, energy, doctors on Murkowski?s radar

...Native burial areas may be next to the Kenai bluffs, one possible area for funding language could be through the Bureau of Indian Affairs. ?It?s going to force us to be more creative,? Murkowski said. Addressing a number of issues during the...

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Knowles introduces $127 million school construction package

...school and we don't know where to put them.'' Many schools in the Bush were built decades ago by the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs. Inadequate to begin with, the buildings have gradually crumbled due to harsh weather and lack of maintenance...

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Sealaska Institute releases cultural atlas

...names into modern signage and other usage. In Skagway, an exhibit created by the Skagway Traditional Council, Bureau of Indian Affairs and the National Park Service displays some of the names from Thornton's place name project on a map that visitors...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-04-30/sealaska-institute-releases-cultural
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