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Risk factors for cancer higher in American Indian population

The recent report also found that cancer among tribal members in Wyoming is diagnosed at a later stage when compared to the white population.

A ...

Guilty pleas in place for all charged with 2014 stabbing death

Deals in place for all three defendants

The final two defendants arrested in the stabbing death of Jared Little Whiteman have pleaded guilty to ...

Tribes objecting to hospital request to join state's side in EPA border adjudication

The Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes are opposed to a request by Riverton Memorial Hospital to file a friend-of-the-court brief in the dispute ...

Reservation health equity conference approaching

The seminars aim to increase collaboration among local, state, tribal and federal health organizations.

A conference to address health inequities on ...

Hospital to oppose EPA in boundary case

Riverton Memorial Hospital maintains that a recent medical malpractice case filed against it in tribal court on the Wind River Indian Reservation underscores ...

First class graduates from rez college program

Nine students received their diplomas May 3 at the Wind River Hotel and Casino during a graduation ceremony that recognized the first cohort of students to ...

Entrepreneur hoping to launch tourism business for reservation

Fort Washakie resident John Enos is in the process of obtaining a "step-on" license from the Tribal Employment Rights Office.

Fort Washakie ...

Group helping artists on rez with business goals

Artists from the Wind River Indian Reservation will have the opportunity to settle in a new venue to sell their products with the help of the Wyoming Women's ...

Professors side with tribes in boundary dispute

Their point is not whether Riverton is part of the reservation but, rather, that it doesn't make much difference administratively.

Eight law ...

Still more to do on reservation roads

Last year, the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes on the Wind River Indian Reservation, along with the state of Wyoming, completed construction of ...

Judge refuses to let Yellowbear join border challenge

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday denied Andrew Yellowbear's request to join a lawsuit affecting the boundary of the Wind River Indian Reservation. ...

Arapaho tribe asks court to deny Yellowbear a place in border lawsuit

The Northern Arapaho Tribe filed a brief Friday opposing Andrew John Yellowbear's recent request to join a lawsuit affecting the boundary of the Wind River ...

Yellowbear asks to join agency in defending rez border

The convicted killer's interest in the EPA case has to do with law enforcement jurisdiction.

Convicted baby killer Andrew John Yellowbear has ...

Woman pleads guilty to first-degree murder in death on reservation

A plea agreement would limit Susan Lynn Chippewa's sentence to 35 years in prison.

A woman pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court to killing ...

Substance abuse stressing reservation, senator hears

Most programs that provide some type of help are outpatient programs, but speakers said inpatient facilities would be a useful addition to ...

Elected officials visit with ESBC; tribe reports on casino expansion

Newly elected Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray took advantage of an offer made by Rep. Jim Allen, R-Lander, to visit the Eastern Shoshone Tribe on March 26 ...

More defendants listed in Whiteman killing; three may have helped move body of victim

Three more people have been charged in the death of Jared Little Whiteman. The moves come five weeks after federal agents say they found a car the original ...

Police interview of second subject at site of cop-involved shooting gives detail

The Bureau of Indian Affairs has released an interview detailing events that took place immediately before the officer-involved shooting death of Pavillion ...

Judge rules for Arapaho in flap over eagle killing

A federal judge has ruled the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service improperly denied a permit to kill bald eagles to the Northern Arapaho Tribe on its central ...

Reservation health group receives $198K grant

The funds will help support efforts to improve cardiovascular health among members of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe.

The AstraZeneca HealthCare ...

 
 

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