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Stevens Village council launches bison project

...land 200 miles southeast of the Yukon River community. Sound off on the important issues at "This is just a start," Randy Mayo, first chief of the Stevens Village tribal council, said Wednesday during a dedication at the village's farm near...

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Stevens Village teachers at odds with parents

...trying to fly out there as soon as possible and work with the community on this." Residents' complaints are many, said Randy Mayo, tribal administrator and spokesman for the council. "Some of the things I have seen personally is there is a high...

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Stevens Village tribal council purchases land for bison ranch

...council might later consider bringing in animals from the Lower 48 if it can get a better deal, Schwalenberg said. Randy Mayo, first chief for the tribal council, said the bison project is a step toward financial independence for the upper Yukon...

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State Briefs

...arguments against it are misleading, and a legacy of a prejudiced view of tribes. "It goes back, way back," said Randy Mayo, chairman of the Fort Yukon-based Council of Athabascan Tribal Governments. "This is just a new form of how these...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061603/sta_briefs.shtml
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Village mulls buffalo cooperative

...An Interior village leader looking for ways to supplement fish and game harvests says buffalo may be an alternative. Randy Mayo, first chief of Stevens Village, wants to expand a village-owned buffalo reserve near Delta as a cooperative venture...

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Juneau Empire Online Local News: State and local briefs 7/20/97

...traffic is hurting traditional hunting and fishing grounds. Panel members, including Stevens Village First Chief Randy Mayo, recommended more road signs advising hunters of state regulations and Native subsistence culture. Gov. Tony Knowles...

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