Indian Affairs | 2005

2005 Press Releases


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Cason and Swimmer to Speak December 2 at ASU Federal Trust Responsibility Conference
BIA Completes Transfer of Surplus Air Base Lands to San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Associate Deputy Secretary Declines to AcknowledgeSt. Francis/Sokoki Band of Abenaki as an Indian Tribe
Cason to Speak at NCAI 62nd Annual Convention
BIA Special Agent Leonard Merriam Graduates From The FBI National Academy
BIA Approves Extension of Comment Period for Oneida Indian Nation Land-Into-Trust Application
Indian Energy Opportunity Roundtable: Tribes, Companies and Government Explore Oil and Gas Possibilities
The Department of the Interior Issued Reconsidered Final Determination to Decline Federal Acknowledgment of the Eastern Pequot Indians of Connecticut and the Paucatuck Eastern Pequot Indians of Connecticut
The Department of the Interior Issued Reconsidered Final Determination to Decline Federal Acknowledgment of the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation
Cason to Speak on BIA Education at NIEA 2005
Ragsdale Tours Mississippi Choctaw Reservation Impacted by Hurricane Katrina
Cason Announces Initial BIA Response to Aid Tribal Victims of Hurricane Katrina
Associate Deputy Secretary Cason to Visit Hopi Tribe September 1as Tribe’s Schools Achieve AYP for Second Consecutive Year
Joint Statement of Ross O. Swimmer, Special Trustee for American Indians, and W. Patrick Ragsdale, Director, Bureau of Indian Affairs, on the Death in Iraq of Former Cherokee Nation Marshall Mike Dawes
Parisian Announces Schedule for 2005 OIEP Tribal Consultation Meetings
Chaney Named Head of BIA Law Enforcement
Associate Deputy Secretary Jim Cason Announces $1.4 million in Fire Recovery Funds for Crow Creek High School
BIA, Colville Confederated Tribes to Celebrate May 27 Opening of Tribes’ New Paschal Sherman Indian School
Associate Deputy Secretary Jim Cason Announces Assistance to the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe for Fire Damage Recovery
BIA Director Ragsdale to Deliver Keynote Address at May 5 Indian Country Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial Event
BIA 7th Annual Great Plains Tribal/Federal Economic Development Summit to be held May 9-12
OIEP Publishes Final Rule to Implement the No Child Left Behind Act in BIA Schools
BIA Special Agent Selanhongva McDonald Graduates from FBI National Academy
Amy Hall, Hannahville FACE Educator and 2005 Toyota Family Literacy Teacher of the Year, Honored at NCFL National Conference
Secretary Norton Rejects Golden Hill Paugussett Appeal
Indian Health Service and Bureau of Indian Affairs Responding to Red Lake Reservation Tragedy
Chickasaw Astronaut John Herrington to Give Keynote Address at BIA FACE and Baby FACE National Training Conference
Interior Restructures Office of Hearings and Appeals To Focus on Indian Probate Cases
Anderson Announces Initiative With GSA to Help Tribes Utilize E-Buy for Online Procurement
Assistant Secretary Announces W. Patrick Ragsdale As New Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs
Trust and Detention Facilities See Increases Under BIA Fiscal Year 2006 Budget Request
Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Dave Anderson Announces His Decision to Resign and Resume His Entrepreneur Career
BIA is Among Major Sponsors of RES 2005
Anderson to Attend Boys & Girls Clubs of America 2005 Native American Summit