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Tribal group seeks payback for land

...city burn it. "There's never been a satisfactory answer to the questions we raise," said Harold Frank, acting tribal administrator of the 414-member Douglas Indian Association, a federally recognized tribal government. "There's been...

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Escalating erosion an unprecedented crisis for Native villages

...The land swap was successful. It's the move that will cost us money," said Stanley Tom, Newtok's acting tribal administrator and Nick Tom's brother. As with other threatened villages, local funds are stretched thin. State and federal...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/122706/sta_20061227026.shtml
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Native leaders say Alaska needs Energy Department

...proposals in the broad, 21-page bill, which collects nine proposals introduced in the Legislature last year. Acting tribal administrator Amelia Edwards told lawmakers that some villagers in the Koyukuk River community of Alatna are driving snowmachines...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/021410/sta_562851055.shtml
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Some villages pushed to edge by high cost of fuel

...said Cindy Beans, who watched them haul their sticks past the Emmonak tribal council office. She was the acting tribal administrator. Every day, she said, people came to her office looking for assistance to pay for fuel. "It was heartbreaking...

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