THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 2003 The Hopi Tribe of Arizona has ousted vice-chairman Elgean Joshevama last week for alleged "neglect of duties," The Navajo-Hopi Observer reports. The tribal council voted unanimously March 4 to remove Joshevama. Council members alleged Joshevama missed meetings and misused tribal money. Get the Story:
Hopi Council votes out vice chairman (The Navajo-Hopi Observer 3/13) Relevant Links:
Hopi Tribe - http://www.hopi.nsn.us
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