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February 06, 2004
House Resources to hold recognition hearing (02/06)
Bush judicial nominee blasted by Democrats (02/06)
Tribe banishes Indian man for writing about ceremony (02/06)
Trudell blames Anna Mae murder on AIM leadership (02/06)
Law creating N.M. Indian department clears House (02/06)
AP Questionnaire: The candidates on Indian issues (02/06)
First Nation erects blockade to protest logging (02/06)
Report gives B.C. failing grade on Native education (02/06)
Maoris protest on treaty day observation in N.Z. (02/06)
Residents mixed on tribe's Palm Springs development (02/06)
BIA publishes notice of Schaghticoke recognition (02/06)
Comments being accepted on 'to-be' trust reform model (02/06)
Mont. tribe tapping into alternative power sources (02/06)
Bush budget hides big cuts in spending past 2005 (02/06)
Ariz. tribe to receive land consolidation funds (02/06)
Swimmer names members of Special Trustee board (02/06)
Tex Hall praises Indian turnout for N.D. caucuses (02/06)

February 05, 2004
19-year-old Seminole woman beaten to death (02/05)
Surgeon General puts emphasis on prevention (02/05)
Debate continues on housing near Nez Perce gravesite (02/05)
Anderson asks for prayers in new job as head of BIA (02/05)
Column: Lakota ceremony 'smelled exactly like pot' (02/05)
Navajo Nation chapters join lawsuit over drilling plan (02/05)
N.M. Indian museum hopes changes will boost attendance (02/05)
Sac and Fox Treasurer: Okla. governor insults tribes (02/05)
Editorial: Bush administration obsessed with Arctic oil (02/05)
Changes lower dropout rate on Mont. reservation (02/05)
Tribal donations in Minn. mostly flow to Democrats (02/05)
Calif. judge delays Pechanga Tribe's disenrollment (02/05)
City urges review of Oneida Nation treaty rights case (02/05)
Thune gains endorsement from odd source: Russell Means (02/05)
Bill seeks study of Indian child welfare system in S.D. (02/05)
Trial: Aquash heard Peltier brag about killing FBI agents (02/05)
Court rules scientists can study Kennewick Man (02/05)
Kerry criticizes cut to Indian small business program (02/05)
Navajo vice president adresses lawmakers on Indian Day (02/05)
Senate poison scare over, office buildings to reopen (02/05)

February 04, 2004
Fate of Indian preference in hands of Swimmer (02/04)
Idaho GOPs upset over tribe's role in wolf agreement (02/04)
Towns to join state in tribal recognition appeal (02/04)
N.Y. tribe building energy plant for casino resort (02/04)
House leader vows fight against tobacco tax bill (02/04)
Vegas trip with Miccosukee chairman raises eyebrows (02/04)
Tulalip Tribes sign deal to host outlet mall (02/04)
Oneida man gives opening prayer for Wis. Senate (02/04)
Tohono O'odham Nation to press for citizenship bill (02/04)
Bill to force non-Indian input into Navajo deal pulled (02/04)
Lumbee student competing to be next 'American Idol' (02/04)
S.D. students call for changes to Indian statue (02/04)
Jury for Anna Mae Aquash murder has one Indian (02/04)
New budget eliminates or cuts 128 federal programs (02/04)
Tauzin to retire from House as energy bill scaled back (02/04)
USET signs 'best practices' agreement with FCC (02/04)
Kerry wins five states, Edwards and Clark take one each (02/04)
Phoenix Suns to host Native basketball tourney (02/04)
Bush cuts funds, again, for N.D. tribal college (02/04)
Senate buildings closed after poison found in office (02/04)

February 03, 2004
Tribes to fight snowmaking in sacred Ariz. peaks (02/03)
Bush seeks $3 billion for Indian Health Service (02/03)
Daschle criticizes Bush on Indian health funds (02/03)
Funding levels flat in new Interior budget (02/03)
Yellow Bird: Lake outlet a tough sell for many (02/03)
N.M. county agrees to loan up to $75M to tribe (02/03)
Some Indians feel invisible among Lewis and Clark (02/03)
Navajo language program first to meet standards (02/03)
First Nations oppose use of health consent form (02/03)
Sask. authorities looking into death of Native man (02/03)
Blackfeet Nation in dispute with former lawyer (02/03)
Faction of Calif. rancheria forms own tribe (02/03)
Judge won't protect 130 from disenrollment (02/03)
Questions remain as Aquash murder trial starts (02/03)
Indian turnout for Ariz. primaries seen as low (02/03)
Bush sends $2.4 trillion budget to Congress (02/03)
Indian affairs panel to hold budget hearings (02/03)
Senate committee to take up Bill Myers judgeship (02/03)
Dave Anderson finally sworn in as head of BIA (02/03)
Wes Clark campaign announces Indian Country support (02/03)
Navajo president attends Kerry rally in N.M. (02/03)

February 02, 2004
Alaska justice commission has year to complete work (02/02)
CDC: Smoking rates highest among Native Americans (02/02)
Navajo Nation cleared in cattle rustling case (02/02)
S.D. students hope to move statue they say is racist (02/02)
Alaska Supreme Court affirms tribal sovereignty (02/02)
Southern Ute convicted of lesser manslaughter charge (02/02)
Calif. Assembly passes law to outlaw 'Redskins' name (02/02)
Yellow Bird: The magic of the Spirit of the North (02/02)
Quapaw tribal members vote to settle trust lawsuit (02/02)
Man accused of murdering Anna Mae goes on trial (02/02)
Kennedy meets with tribal leaders to promote Kerry (02/02)
Seth Prince: Coming full circle with my tribal (02/02)
Dakota comic book hero fights negativity in 2nd release (02/02)
Tobacco tax bill has broad group of supporters (02/02)
Gover praises BIA for not bowing to pressure (02/02)
Schaghticoke Tribe considering more land claims (02/02)
Bush administration rolling out fiscal year 2005 budget (02/02)
Nez Perce cemetery in Ore. threatened by development (02/02)
Southern, Eastern tribes meeting in DC this week (02/02)
Case tests Pechanga Tribe's right to disenroll 130 (02/02)
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