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NRDC: Pala Band scores in battle against landfill near sacred site (08/09)
"Last Thursday, the proposed Gregory Canyon Landfill endured yet another setback when the County of San Diego rescinded its determination that a key permit application for the dump was "complete and correct," agreeing instead with the Pala Band of Mission...

Opinion: California tribes incensed over landfill near sacred site (07/12)
"Imagine arriving at your church only to find it filled to its rafters with garbage. Imagine being one of hundreds of thousands of people who depend on an aquifer for drinking water as out-of-town interests hatch plans to bury more...

Army Corps reviews landfill project near California sacred site (07/06)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reviewing a controversial landfill in Gregory Canyon, a sacred site for the Pala Band of Mission Indians in California. The tribe wants to protect Chokla, a mountain that is one of the homes...

Pala Band continues battle against landfill near reservation (06/04)
Leaders of the Pala Band of Mission Indians of California spoke out against a proposed landfill near the reservation. The tribe says the landfill will destroy Gregory Canyon, a sacred site. “If built, it would desecrate Gregory Mountain and other...

PBS: Census eyes a better count on California reservations (05/31)
"DWANE BROWN (KPBS Reporter): A casino is about as far as most of us have gone on an Indian reservation. Many of these popular resorts are in remote areas of the county, where just getting there can be a crapshoot....

Remains of 14-year-old girl found on Pala Reservation (03/08)
The remains of a 14-year-old girl who went missing over a year ago were found on the Pala Reservation in southern California. Amber Dubois was last seen on February 2009 as she was headed to school. Acting on a tip,...

Pala Band to purchase site of former ancestral village (12/02)
The Pala Band of Mission Indians of California is buying a ranch that includes the village that the tribe's ancestors were forced to leave in 1903. The tribe is spending $20 million to acquire the 2,522-acre Warner Springs Ranch. Plans...

Indian skateboarding exhibit opening at NMAI (06/10)
An exhibit on skateboarding opens this Friday at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. "Ramp It Up" features photographs and skateboarding memorabilia from across Indian Country. The skate park operated by the Pala Band of...

Pala Band wins FCC approval for radio station (02/19)
The Pala Band of Mission Indians plans to set up a radio station on its reservation in southern California. The tribe won a license from the Federal Communications Commission to start the station. It will broadcast noncommercial, educational and emergency...