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February 20, 2004
ICT: Bill Richardson for Vice President (02/20)
Editorial: Norton's shabby treatment of UTTC (02/20)
Kansas tribe buys land in ancestral reservation (02/20)
Student to sculpt Winnemuca for U.S. Capitol (02/20)
Calif. bill would recognize tribal insurance coverage (02/20)
Ernie Stevens: Congratulate tribe for surviving (02/20)
Editorial: Ski area helped by snowmaking plan (02/20)
Lakota artist's mural at S.D. college unveiled (02/20)
Metis addiction treatment program board resigns (02/20)
Funding helps Native teacher training program grow (02/20)
Column: Alaska Natives placed in camps during WWII (02/20)
GAO analysis shows drop in Superfund budget (02/20)
Blackfeet Nation chief stresses cooperation, education (02/20)
Minn. museum hosts exjibit on Plains Indian shirts (02/20)
Nez Perce Tribe criticizes Bush on IHS budget (02/20)
Conn. lawmakers press BIA on recognition decision (02/20)
Four Native lawyers in top posts for Wash. bar (02/20)
Pueblo drum group recognized for GRAMMY award (02/20)
Law creating Indian Affairs department approved (02/20)
Ariz. tribes awarded more than $8M for housing (02/20)
Navajo Nation not planning boycott for sacred site (02/20)
DNA wasn't convincing for Redding Rancheria (02/20)
Alumni support didn't drop after mascot change (02/20)
Bush administration relaxing No Child Left Behind (02/20)

February 19, 2004
Editorial: Attention due for Indian Heritage Month (02/19)
Navajos want apology from guilty Catholic bishop (02/19)
Man indicted for drive-by shootings at Red Lake (02/19)
Apache president asks Cheney for help with police (02/19)
Tribes lobby for more funds in transportation bill (02/19)
N.M. bill affecting Navajo water rights approved (02/19)
Lance Morgan: The politics of fear and racism (02/19)
Okla. Senate approves tribal gaming bill (02/19)
Two judges for Chippewa Cree Tribe's court resign (02/19)
Calif. Indians reach out to another after fire (02/19)
Anti-gaming group questions Anderson as head of BIA (02/19)
College chooses interns for tribal historian program (02/19)
Panel to investigate tribe's hate crimes complaints (02/19)
BIA taking comments on Utah Tribe's garbage dump (02/19)
Navajo scholarship requires knowledge of language (02/19)
Protests don't stop approval of Cowlitz Tribe deal (02/19)
S.D. judge won't allow new trial for Bill Janklow (02/19)
Editorial: Wise move to keep Pine Ridge alcohol ban (02/19)
S.C. group plans to rebuild 'Dream Catcher' shop (02/19)
Tribe accuses another of invading territory (02/19)
Australian Aboriginals hold memorial for dead teen (02/19)
Calif. court to rule on tribal political donations (02/19)
Nez Perce Tribe vows to stop housing near cemetery (02/19)
Nisqually chief's execution called 'black mark' (02/19)
Daschle to visit Pine Ridge to push for IHS increase (02/19)

February 18, 2004
Oglala Sioux council rejects alcohol referendum (02/18)
Winnebago Tribe expects tax case to go to high court (02/18)
Tohono O'odham Nation in line for border security funds (02/18)
Bill to clear Nisqually chief gets hearing in Wash. (02/18)
Mass. towns join suit challenging tribal immunity (02/18)
New England tribes meet for environmental conference (02/18)
BIA superintendent recalled as tribal advocate (02/18)
BIA head Anderson speaks to tribal youth (02/18)
Calif. judge waits on Pechanga enrollment dispute (02/18)
McKosato: Pueblos need to add voice to radio airwaves (02/18)
Non-Indians wary of settlement to water rights case (02/18)
Pueblo leaders forming suicide support group (02/18)
Tribe to use old IHS hospital for alcohol treatment (02/18)
Tribal members protest snowmaking in sacred peaks (02/18)
Ex-FBI official sentenced for sexual abuse of minors (02/18)
Jury convicts Catholic bishop in hit and run case (02/18)
N.M. investigators looking into Navajo teen's death (02/18)
Alaska tribes to get contract for wildlife refuge (02/18)
Environmental groups sue to stop drilling in Alaska (02/18)
Native village seeks first whale hunt in 70 years (02/18)
Arctic Slope shareholders seek accountability (02/18)
Yellow Bird: In large family, sisters are special (02/18)
Dean drops out of race after losing in Wisconsin (02/18)

February 17, 2004
Non-Indians on Tulalip Reservation form group (02/17)
Another tribal business investigated in Calif. (02/17)
County jail changes policies for Indian inmates (02/17)
Chickasaw Nation to buy manufacturing plant (02/17)
Authorities looking into murders of Indian women (02/17)
Dean campaign says Indians still behind candidate (02/17)
Protesters take over Sask. First Nation offices (02/17)
Coushatta members call for probe into tribal finances (02/17)

February 16, 2004
Yellow Bird: Atkins diet worked for Indian friends (02/16)
Va. tribes seek recognition for Jamestown 2007 (02/16)
Louise Erdrich: Writing and listening for crows (02/16)
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