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January 5, 2007 Official Newspaper of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin -O- JV ^f L What’s Inside...
W0L honors Canadeo -2A 0NHS girls win close one - 7B Pages 2-3A/Local Page 4A/Business Page 5A/Legislative Review Page 6A/Minutes Page 7A/State/National Page 8A/SE0TS Page 1 -B/Lifestyles Page 2B/THT Page 3B/Education Page 4B/Health/Environment Page 5B/Goodnews Page 6B/Classifieds Page 7B/Sports Wisconsin's 709 traffic deaths fewest since 1998 By Robert Imrie Associated Press Writer WAUSAU, Wis.
(AP) - Traffic crashes in Wisconsin killed 709 people in 2006 - the fewest since 1998 and a 10 percent drop from the average number of fatalities during the past five years.
The 709 fatalities occurred in 657 accidents, or 43 fewer than in 2005 when 801 people died in traffic crashes, according to preliminary reports released Tuesday by the state Department of Transportation.
Kari Kinnard, executive director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving in Wisconsin and vice chairman of the See Page 3A Traffic deaths Pow wow By Steven J.
Gandy Kalihwisaks Hitting the pow wow trail gains new meaning as four Oneida dancers traveled to Germany to perform for United States Service mem- bers and others during American Indian Heritage Month (AIHM) last November.
The group traveled with other Native Americans to perform culturally enriching dance routines in full regalia.“We did half-an-hour to hour-and-a-half dance presen- tations two or three a day,” said Claudia Skenandore who was one of the dancers that Oneida Casino Holiday Basketball Classic Kali photos/Yvonne Kaquatosh The Oneida Casino was the Title Sponsor for the Holiday Basketball Classic that was held over the Holidays at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon.Over 30 dancers performed at the Resch Center on Friday, December 29.This marked the 13th consecutive year the Oneida Casino was the Title sponsor for the annual event.Above, an array of jingle, fancy shawl and one traditional dancer perform.