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Here’s how Ocasio-Cortez’s tax comments are being misrepresented
Wong Cards Top 10 Finish At Pebble Beach
Oakdale High School senior Mabel Wong, 17, already has plenty of kudos to her credit on the links. The young golfer has been a part of the First Tee program, played for the OHS ladies golf team and now, she took her talents to the Pebble Beach Golf Course for the 2014 Nature Valley First Tee Open.
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Twins top Tribe, 3-2
Fernando Rodney struck out Francicso Lindor with the tying run on second base in the ninth inning after Adalberto Mejia pitched one-hit ball over five innings, and the Twins beat the Indians, 3-2.
By the numbers: How Tribe 2 percent dollars are disbursed
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe has distributed more than $149 million in 2 percent payments to local entities over 24 years, a full third of all the dollars paid in
Tribe pays off $10 million CHC loan
Tribe pays off $10 million CHC loan The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (MBCI) recently paid off the remaining balance on a 10-year loan taken out to help finance construction costs of the new Choctaw Health Center --- The content you're trying to view is available for Premium Content Subscribers only. Online subscription options are available for as low as $2.50 per month and are complimentary…
Campbell: To what tribe do you belong?
How do you identify yourself? You might begin by stating whether you’re male or female, or the age group you are in. Or you might identify by race, sex, religion,
United Tribes looking to overcome lack of size
Pete Conway’s United Tribes men’s basketball team has four big shoes to fill this season.
Why Colorado Tokers Love Fruity Pebbles OG
Warren ancestry highlights how tribes decide membership
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Jon Rios traces his ancestry to the Pima people of Arizona, but he has no tribal enrollment card, lives in Colorado and isn't exactly sure what percentage Native American he is.
CrossFit North Tribe: These team classes might not be what you expect
At CrossFit North Tribe, the group’s workouts are led by siblings Dan Hagerman and Sarah Sirico, who own Fitness Advantage.
How TV gets those stunning shots at Pebble Beach
If you've ever watched the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on TV, you've probably marveled at the amazing footage of Carmel Bay from the golf course. Especially when the weather's good When the weather is stunning - like it is for this year's tournament - the shots are breathtaking. Glistening water. Seals lolling in the kelp. Kayakers and paddle boarders out in the waves. Wildflowers and Cypress…
Sen. Chase and vendor each say the other is misrepresenting facts about gun ad
State Sen. Amanda Chase, R-Chesterfield, opened up a new battle front on Monday by demanding an apology from a consultant that she said botched a campaign ad, making it seem
Hotel Northland: Former developer misrepresented how $850,000 in federal funds were spent
An audit ordered as part of the receivership found all the money was spent on renovations, but not all of it went where it was supposed to go.
Elizabeth Warren ancestry highlights how tribes decide membership
Jon Rios traces his ancestry to the Pima people of Arizona, but he has no tribal enrollment card and lives hundreds of miles away in Colorado.
How Janet Mills is moving to repair Maine’s relationship with its native tribes
The signing ceremony in the governor's cabinet room for a bill to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day was short, but designed to highlight what Mills said is a long overdue historical correction.
How one Minnesota tribe is trying to prevent its own 'mathematical genocide'
The Red Lake Band of Chippewa in Minnesota is aiming to increase its enrollment, even as some members want to stick to the status quo.
Why is the US Open not played at Pebble Beach more often?
By Dieter Kurtenbach, The Mercury News PEBBLE BEACH — I know that sharing is caring. I know that there are countless other outstanding tracks across the nation. But as I walked around the finest course west of Augusta National on Sunday, I couldn’t stop asking: “Why does the U.S. Open only come to P
How Arizona's drought plan will spread the pain to farms, cities, tribes, developers
The major water users served by the $4 billion Central Arizona Project — cities, tribes and farms — will all take a hit.