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    Training for where the wild things are
    by Skabewis
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    Wildlife biologists and students had swaddled Fiona, who was deep in an anesthetic-induced sleep, with blankets...
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    by Skabewis
    By Matt Volz
    Browning, Montana (AP)

    Elouise Cobell sat behind her cluttered desk here in the windblown heart of the Blackfeet Reservation and peered at a visitor through dark glasses that couldn’t quite hide the deep bruise that ran down her cheek to her jaw.

    ...
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  • Zeke
    Haskell student finds herself graduated against her will.
    by Zeke
    For the record, some of my comments can be found on the KC Star's webpage. If this thread goes anywhere, I'll add some, here.

    LINK

    Haskell student finds herself graduated against her will
    By DAVID KLEPPER
    The Star’s Topeka correspondent

    LAWRENCE
    ...
    01-30-2009, 01:57 AM
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    Mountaintop mining activist wins global award
    by Skabewis
    By Vicki Smith
    Morgantown, West Virginia (AP)

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    When Brittany Arviso was old enough to take part in a Navajo coming-of-age ceremony, her family grappled with the preparations. Not knowing where to find some of the items for the ceremony, they turned to her grandparents for help....
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