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February 13, 2004
S.D. committee revises 'dangling object' law (02/13)
Alaska Native mayor decries spread of development (02/13)
Navajo miners end strike with signing of new contract (02/13)
Neb. tribe calls for rejection of gaming dispute (02/13)
Reznet News: Students react to OutKast (02/13)
Navajos upset over use of Beauty Way song (02/13)
Suzan Harjo: Stank you very much, Andre 3000 (02/13)
Native GRAMMY winner, Tom Bee upset with OutKast (02/13)
Editorial: 'Apology' for GRAMMY performance wasn't (02/13)
Lakota activist encourages positive portrayals (02/13)
Group seeking recognition stirs trouble in Tenn. (02/13)
Crow Creek chairman presses BIA to fix school (02/13)
Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe building training range (02/13)
Ariz. jury debates verdict in priest hit and run case (02/13)
Founder of Subway bankrolled Schaghticoke Tribe (02/13)
Gila River culture on display at tribe's museum (02/13)
Housing approved near Nez Perce cemetery (02/13)
Two Eastern tribes receive wildlife grants from DOI (02/13)
Company denies being front for tribe or Trump (02/13)
Kerry beats Bush 52-43 in Wash Post matchup (02/13)
GOP seeks speedy passage of energy legislation (02/13)
Date for House hearing on recognition not set (02/13)
Alaska Native mayor decries spread of development (02/13)
Senate approves $318B highway transportation bill (02/13)
County delays approval of deal with Cowlitz Tribe (02/13)

February 12, 2004
Senate panel shares criticism of Bush budget (02/12)
Legal group challenges Indian teacher program (02/12)
Navajo Nation voters chose Kerry in Ariz. primary (02/12)
Wash. tribe's training program offers opportunities (02/12)
Oglala Sioux council to take up liquor debate again (02/12)
Ousted tribal members protest at Calif. state capitol (02/12)
Native groups nominated for 2004 JUNO Awards (02/12)
Commentary: Unthinkable desecration of grave (02/12)
Boldt treaty rights decision still alive 30 years later (02/12)
Being Frank: On Earth And On Mars, Water Is Life (02/12)
Company accuses Mohegan Tribe of scuttling plans (02/12)
Clark makes it official and drops out of race (02/12)
House approves technical corrections legislation (02/12)
Domenici cites spending hike for reservation roads (02/12)
Column: Facts about the Shinnecock Nation (02/12)
Indian Eddie: Why not an Average White Guy Day? (02/12)
E! Online: GRAMMY show offensive to Natives (02/12)
TV Critic: Public ignoring offensive performance (02/12)
Owner of Geronimo liquor store considers name change (02/12)
Nine injured by bull at Tohono O'odham Nation rodeo (02/12)
Editorial: Feel free to criticize others, even tribes (02/12)
Judge won't move trial for murder of Native woman (02/12)

February 11, 2004
Tribal leaders pressing Congress on funding (02/11)
Calif. tribe gives members bottled water (02/11)
Appeals court rules against tribal immunity (02/11)
Penobscot Nation chief addresses Maine Legislature (02/11)
Oneida Nation calls GRAMMY performance insulting (02/11)
Second Anna Mae defendant blasts U.S. conviction (02/11)
Pataki wants to delay Indian taxation indefinitely (02/11)
BIA upholds results of recent Rocky Boy's vote (02/11)
Mich. tribe asked to host Vietnam vets memorial (02/11)
Editorial: Congress should refine repatriation act (02/11)
Conference highlights Native role in environment (02/11)
Can. audit slams handling of land claim settlements (02/11)
Sand Creek massacre site in hands of caretakers (02/11)
Senate Republicans scale back energy legislation (02/11)
Kerry sweeps two states as Clark drops out of race (02/11)
Programs that fail Bush test see funding cuts (02/11)
Center will serve as tribe's justice department (02/11)
Idaho tribe, counties sign disaster aid agreement (02/11)
Morongo Tribe donates money for skate park (02/11)

February 10, 2004
BIA programs barely survive White House test (02/10)
Editorial: Tribes should protect whistleblowers (02/10)
BIA seeking comments on lease regulations (02/10)
Ariz. priest takes stand in hit and run trial (02/10)
Yellow Bird: Big-city ballet in a Northern Plains town (02/10)
Neb. lawmaker continues fight over Whiteclay liquor (02/10)
GRAMMY performance registers many complaints (02/10)
CBS offers apology for group's GRAMMY peformance (02/10)
Tribal foes in Conn. want to stop flow of money (02/10)
Coushatta Tribe locks out chairman who resigned (02/10)
Oneida Nation obtains 123 natural gas leases (02/10)
Native doctoral student in middle of dinosaur mess (02/10)
Man says bar's dress code applies only to Natives (02/10)
Man admits lying in bid to gain federal recognition (02/10)
Tribal judge dismisses libel complaint against critic (02/10)
New Lumbee official promises positive changes (02/10)
Alaska consolidating village law enforcement funding (02/10)
Dean changes mind about possible loss in Wis. (02/10)
Landmark Boldt fishing rights decision turns 30 (02/10)
Entrepreneur leaves funds for Utah Indian programs (02/10)
Goshute members want NRC to review leader's actions (02/10)
Natives feel threatened at Alaska high school (02/10)
First Indian bishop elected by N.D. Episcopal Church (02/10)
Nev. tribes work with EPA to create Indian liaison (02/10)

February 09, 2004
Jemez Pueblo group, Black Eagle, wins GRAMMY (02/09)
Blackfeet offered at off-reservation school (02/09)
CDC calls attention to health disparities in U.S. (02/09)
IHS holding back information on boarding school death (02/09)
Chairman of Coushatta Tribe disputes own resignation (02/09)
N.M. lawmakers want to delay Navajo water settlement (02/09)
NCAI's Hall stresses importance of going to polls (02/09)
Alaska tribes angry over letter questioning authority (02/09)
GAO asked to investigate Schaghticoke recognition (02/09)
Column: Tribes seeking recognition only for 'big wampum' (02/09)
Opinion: Mainstream media ignoring Indian voters (02/09)
Norton touts tribal participation in forest initiative (02/09)
Trust reform funded at expense of Indian programs (02/09)
Republican Indians form coalition to re-elect Bush (02/09)
Ethics charges dog former Navajo Nation president (02/09)
Navajos 'hopeless' as oil companies drill land (02/09)
Jeff Benedict: BIA out of control on tribal recognition (02/09)
Kerry takes three states as rivals pledge to fight on (02/09)
Looking Cloud guilty for Anna Mae Aquash's murder (02/09)
Opinion: Pueblo man isn't proper choice for Capitol (02/09)
Calif. tribe hit hard by fire rebuilding reservation (02/09)
Yellow Bird: 'Fighting Sioux' is poor sportsmanship (02/09)
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