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FORT BERTHOLD RESERVATION

Raymond Cross argued twice before the U.S. Supreme Court in seeking just damages for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara from Garrison Dam, which flooded the Fort Berthold Reservation.
Investigators discovered that the Sledge ring targeted areas with fewer law enforcement resources where they sold drugs at a premium price, according to prosecutors.
Investigators discovered that the Sledge ring targeted areas with fewer law enforcement resources where they sold drugs at a premium price, according to prosecutors.
Attorneys representing parties in two lawsuits said the litigation over the new districts won't change North Dakota's political boundaries before the November general election.

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Paige Howling Wolf, of Parshall, pleaded guilty late last year to charges of involuntary manslaughter, child neglect and child abuse stemming from a June 24, 2020, emergency call on the Fort Berthold Reservation.
If the problem is vote dilution, why are we trying to solve it with more dilution?
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WASHINGTON — A federal judge has put on hold a Trump administration determination that mineral rights beneath the bed of the Missouri River within the Fort Berthold Reservation belong to the state of North Dakota instead of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation.
In a long-awaited, yet surprising turn of events, the federal government recently ordered the Tesoro High Plains Pipeline in North Dakota to shut down and pay a group of landowners on the Fort Berthold Reservation millions of dollars for trespass violations.
The owners of the minerals beneath trust lands on the Ft. Berthold Reservation, the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara peoples, are not being paid for oil companies unnecessarily wasting the gas we own. Ft. Berthold POWER has entered a lawsuit to protect MHA citizens, keep the federal rules preventing unnecessary venting and flaring of gas, and ensure we are paid the royalties we are due.

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FARGO — In a storage room at the University of Tennessee’s anthropology department, the remains of almost 2,000 Arikara and Mandan people rest in boxes, alongside the sacred objects buried with them centuries ago.
Lone Bear's cause of death was ruled undetermined after an autopsy, according to information released Wednesday by the office of Drew Wrigley, U.S. attorney for North Dakota. Unsealed search warrants indicate they have not ruled out murder or manslaughter.
BISMARCK — An absence of updates in the yearlong death investigation of Olivia Lone Bear on the Fort Berthold Reservation has left her family, tribal officials and state officials frustrated.

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