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DIA doing well Letters A letter by DOROTHY OWEN The Douglas Indian Association is alive and doing well...staff in place. We have an active Tribal Council. Dorothy Owen Douglas Indian Association Member Share this page...

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Community briefly

...Kitty'' Miyasato and Clarence ``Butch'' Laiti will serve two-year terms. Elected as officers for one year were Dorothy Owen, president; D.J. Williams, vice president; Madeline Morris, secretary; and Michael Dunlap, treasurer. Architect...

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...has been called by the tribal council and is scheduled for Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Cedar Park Recreation Hall. Dorothy Owen urges all DIA members to attend to hear both sides of a debate about recent council elections and to "better understand...

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...has been called by the tribal council and is scheduled for Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Cedar Park Recreation Hall. Dorothy Owen urges all DIA members to attend to hear both sides of a debate about recent council elections and to "better understand...

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More counterclaims

...will be confused. One of the major reasons the 2001 election failed was because of the electioneering by an employee. Dorothy Owen never misled BIA or IBIA It was the lawsuit and IBIA appeal, which got in the way of the election. The concocted election...

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DIA doing well

...any danger of losing our Tribal credibility and important program services. In fact we are in better shape than ever. We have a professional staff in place. We have an active Tribal Council. Dorothy Owen Douglas Indian Association Member

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Opinion
Douglas Indian factions continue to wrangle

...fishing rights, ownership of Mayflower Island and reconstruction of traditional Tlingit villages. One faction is led by Dorothy Owen, elected president in January 2000. Owen said she will continue to hold office until a valid election takes place...

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...fishing rights, ownership of Mayflower Island and reconstruction of traditional Tlingit villages. One faction is led by Dorothy Owen, elected president in January 2000. Owen said she will continue to hold office until a valid election takes place...

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Douglas tribe elects council

...certified by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs since an election in January 2001, which then-Tribal President Dorothy Owen declared "null and void because of irregularities," she said. Niles Cesar, Alaska regional director for the U...

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Apologies for confusion

...Association may continue to see services at the office located at 918 Third Street in Douglas. You also may call 364-2916. Dorothy Owen, president Douglas Indian Association Tribal Government

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