Human bones found during construction work
FORT HALL, Idaho (AP) -- A construction crew found human bones while working on a sewer line on the Fort Hall Reservation in southeastern Idaho.
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes public affairs manager Randy'L Teton told the Post Register for a story published Thursday that the bones were found on the reservation last month. She did not say where on the reservation the bones were found, how old they might be, whether they were male or female or how the person may have died, citing cultural sensitivity.
Teton says reservation officials and the tribe's cultural committee were investigating. She did not indicate when more information might be released.
Information from: Post Register, http://www.postregister.com
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