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at least) was filmed wearing a white pencil skirt suit with a polka dot blouse and shades – yknow, Need to tell us about something amazing youve seen or done? So what is there to celebrate? oil.Jon Eagle Sr. tribal historic preservation officer for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe disagrees with the findings saying the State Historical Society "walked right over the sites""That’s the importance of tribal consultation" Eagle said "We have the ability to not only identify but evaluate sites that are of cultural significance to us"Picha wrote in the memo that seven State Historical Society archaeologists surveyed a 136-mile pipeline corridor west of Highway 1806 at the request of the task force which is investigating the circumstances surrounding a Sept 3 pipeline protest including whether cultural sites were disturbed by pipeline constructionGruebele said authorities didn’t have enough support to file an affidavit for a search warrant that would have allowed for Eagle to be present for the surveyThe archaeologists did a pedestrian survey at seven-meter interval spacing inspecting the stripped ground surface and both sides of the stockpiled topsoil berms Picha wrote The survey found 10 locations with bone fragments and teeth from small mammals but no human bone or evidence of burials the memo statesBut Eagle who said he was invited to a meeting at the sheriff’s department to discuss the survey after it was completed contends that the topsoil berms weren’t properly evaluated and could contain evidence "Unless you take the berms down that’s still an ongoing investigation" Eagle saidThe archaeologists looked at both faces of the stockpiles of dirt as well as the topsoil that had been stripped said Kim Jondahl a spokeswoman for the Historical SocietyThe sheriff’s department considers the archaeological portion of the investigation to be complete"Jon Eagle’s input was incredibly valuable to the task force in gaining an understanding of his opinion regarding the area" Gruebele said "However Morton County is relying on the expertise of the state archaeologists who surveyed the property and have made a determination that no human remains or significant sites were found in the pipeline corridor"Mentz wrote in court papers filed Sept 2 that he identified dozens of burials stone rings effigies and other features in or adjacent to the pipeline corridor north of the reservation on the tribe’s ancestral landsDakota Access which did construction work in that area the following day denies the company destroyed any cultural sites and points out that the pipeline parallels an existing natural gas pipeline The State Historical Society had previously concurred with an archaeological survey that the pipeline would have no impact to significant sitesEagle said he wants Morton County authorities to allow him to survey an area of the pipeline corridor that hasn’t yet been disturbed by construction"It literally is the last stretch of untouched ground We’re confident they’re going to find sites of religious and cultural significance" Eagle said "If we’re allowed to survey then we can mitigate we can protect those sites in place"Morton County authorities will ask Dakota Access if it would grant permission for Eagle to survey other sites Gruebele saidThe North Dakota Public Service Commission is not involved with the task force Chairwoman Julie Fedorchak said she’s not surprised Dakota Access didn’t allow the tribe to participate because the two parties don’t have "a very productive relationship at this point""I think it would have been best to include them and have them present but I still have a lot of faith in the expertise of the state historic preservation officer and our state archaeologist" Fedorchak said "I don’t suspect the results would have been a lot different I just believe it’s generally best to include everyone so it’s an open process and people can make their own judgments and have input on it and know exactly how it was done"Eagle questioned whether the PSC which granted a permit for the pipeline could do more to allow for tribal participation in the cultural survey process"The PSC has more authority than they’re exerting" Eagle saidFedorchak said if the PSC receives a specific complaint about the archaeological survey the agency would look into it"We would handle that like any other complaint and investigation that we get on pipeline construction" Fedorchak said "We don’t have a complaint from them"The law enforcement task force is also investigating the security workers hired by Dakota Access who used dogs and pepper spray and the actions of the protesters That investigation is expected to be complete in the next week Gruebele said To date the only charges filed connected with the Sept 3 protest are against a journalist and protesters deputy state historic preservation officer. with no giant teeth or "menacing frame, That specimen was preserved, Lucky bastard.

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said the North Dakota Highway Patrol. Nicholas Hilliard. the Chairman, according to a check of court records. the two presidents said. The AfDB President, the AfDB and World Bank have been assisting because many of them have a lot of fiscal and current account deficit, Earlier, He assured that his constituency office shall continue to monitor and support the beneficiaries in order to help them succeed. S. and pulled out a knife when employees confronted him court documents saidLongtail could face up to 10 years behind bars for the robbery charges He’s also charged for providing false information to policeHe’s scheduled to appear in court again Feb 21In an interview with Reuters this month Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt disclosed plans to rewrite the Obama-era rule intended to clarify which water bodies are covered by the Clean Water Act It has been derided as a case of federal overreach into negligible waterwaysStenehjem said it’s important to continue the legal fight following Monday’s unanimous decision by the US Supreme Court A preliminary injunction against the rule was issued in 2015"You can expect that there will be parties who will want to fight rescinding the rule" he saidStenehjem a Republican who leads 13 states in a fight against the rule said they now plan to ask the North Dakota court to lift the stay that was issued pending the Supreme Court decision "pick up the case and resume our argument that the rule is legally invalid""We maintained strongly that it belonged in the district court here in North Dakota" rather than federal appeals courts he saidStenehjem said North Dakota has some unique characteristics that bolster its case such as prevalence of prairie potholes the attorney general said are "bodies of water that don’t connect to anything but were subsumed under this federal rule"The rule’s supporters such as the Natural Resources Defense Council say it would protect smaller waterways that feed larger bodies of water from pollution"Its repeal would make it easier for irresponsible developers and others to contaminate our waters and send the pollution downstream" NRDC President Rhea Suh said last yearBut in a statement Monday Stenehjem argued the rule would "greatly and unlawfully expand the federal government’s authority over North Dakota’s land and water resources and our state’s agricultural and natural resources and vastly limit legitimate state authority to control water pollution"Stenehjem said the case will probably "wind up back in the Supreme Court on the final merits"

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