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March 05, 2004
Campbell's long career marked by contradictions (03/05)
Flathead Reservation mourns loss of two boys (03/05)
Campbell doesn't want to end like a Hollywood stunt (03/05)
Missing Northern Cheyenne woman found in Mont. (03/05)
Mont. teen held on $1M bond for role in beating death (03/05)
Navajo Nation considers role as banking haven (03/05)
Campbell's retirement called end of era for Natives (03/05)
Native couple among first for same-sex marriage (03/05)
Chickasaw Nation to receive 'relationship' classes (03/05)
S.D. Supreme Court justices drop out of Janklow case (03/05)
Indian Republican surprised that party accepts him (03/05)
Actor goes from Hobbits to half-Lakota in 'Hidalgo' (03/05)
Elected official called Calif. tribe unsophisticated (03/05)
Tribal foes pin recognition on Resources Committee (03/05)
Incidents test tribe's relationship with police (03/05)
Can. judge rules against gun registry for Natives (03/05)
Lumbee members complain of mobile home problems (03/05)
Native company to improve phone service in Man. (03/05)
University president revives Indian advisory panel (03/05)
Chickasaw Congressman: Bush loss a win for Osama (03/05)
Coquille Tribe awards more than $200K in grants (03/05)

March 04, 2004
Editorial: Campbell true to form -- he has none (03/04)
Jicarilla Apache president ousted by tribal council (03/04)
Help sought in finding Northern Cheyenne woman (03/04)
Calif. tribe seeks input on plans for recent land purchase (03/04)
Environmental woes plague Tohono O'odham Nation (03/04)
Navajo leader gives BIA a 'D' for school funding (03/04)
Summit planned on rural and indigenous economies (03/04)
Janklow still pushing for early release from jail (03/04)
Manhunt underway in Ariz. for tribal fugitive (03/04)
Flathead Reservation boys had been reported missing (03/04)
Mont. teen taken into custody for beating death (03/04)
DOI seeks end to litigation over Klamath Basin water (03/04)
Wash. tribes want to cut state out of gasoline sales (03/04)
Native man starts dating website for First Nations (03/04)
Opposition builds to Cowlitz Tribe's land-into-trust (03/04)
Md. tribe pushes for bill to gain state recognition (03/04)
Seminole Tribe putting finishing touches on motocross (03/04)
Editorial: Serious investigation of lobbying needed (03/04)
Inouye 'shocked and saddened' by Campbell move (03/04)
Indian Country laments retirement of 'one of us' (03/04)
Subway founder continues backing of Conn. tribe (03/04)
Bush signs bill to take land into trust for Barona Band (03/04)
Calif. court rules tribes subject to state campaign laws (03/04)
Campbell remembered as independent politician (03/04)
Editorial: Campbell never forgot his Indian roots (03/04)
Speculation turns to race as Campbell drops bid (03/04)
Norton to appear on Ask the White House chat (03/04)
Campbell 'relieved' to be leaving U.S. Senate (03/04)
McCain begins investigation into high tribal fees (03/04)
Ex-Norton counsel to join firm's Indian law practice (03/04)

March 03, 2004
Sen. Campbell won't seek re-election this year (03/03)
Inouye criticizes attempts to change trust relationship (03/03)
Pueblo governor says $1M fee to PR firm not worth it (03/03)
Agua Caliente Tribe revives Palm Springs plan (03/03)
Kerry secures Democratic nomination on Super Tuesday (03/03)
Mashantucket Tribe is largest taxpayer in town (03/03)
N.M. tribe offers technology classes at new center (03/03)
Police say Mescalero Apache teen killed mother (03/03)
Nuclear panel halts uranium mining at Navajo sites (03/03)
Two boys at Flathead died of alcohol consumption (03/03)
Navajo Code Talker recounts experience in WWII (03/03)
Okla. Senate approves buyout bill for Tar Creek site (03/03)
Delaware chief opposes tobacco tax hike in Okla. (03/03)
N.M. county must redraw map to include Navajos (03/03)
Calif. tribes go online with Digital Village (03/03)
Peltier locks up Peace and Freedom nomination (03/03)
Tulalip Tribes build respect with new police department (03/03)
Appeals court hears Oneida Nation eviction case (03/03)
Narragansett Tribe seeks police agreement with town (03/03)
Grand Ronde Tribe revives naming ceremony (03/03)
Hoopa Valley Tribe critical of DOI water offer (03/03)
Tribal college pow-wow to mark start of Lakota New Year (03/03)
Judge denies Janklow's request for early release (03/03)
S.D. tribe worried about massive fish kill (03/03)

March 02, 2004
BIA shows off information technology facility (03/02)
Calif. tribal leaders target of recall petition (03/02)
Kiowa leaders denounce recall election as bogus (03/02)
National homeland security response plan approved (03/02)
Supreme Court move benefits gaming companies (03/02)
Tribal foes in Conn. want lobbyists out of BIA (03/02)
Yellow Bird: Sound of birds heralds arrival of spring (03/02)
Two boys found dead on Flathead Reservation (03/02)
Lumbee Tribe accused of substandard housing (03/02)
Pauma Tribe uses federal grant to build library (03/02)
Report says tribe experienced 'indirect' prejudice (03/02)
Ore. tribe seeks to revive state archive center (03/02)
Don Young plays tough in name of transportation bill (03/02)
Scalia asked to step down from Cheney energy case (03/02)
Alaska Natives travel far and wide in name of sports (03/02)
Census challenges help tribes win more federal funds (03/02)
Super Tuesday for Kerry and Edwards in 10 states (03/02)
Extradition hearing for Aquash murder suspect delayed (03/02)
Janklow asks for release from jail pending appeal (03/02)
Daschle: Missouri River plan ignores sacred sites (03/02)

March 01, 2004
Supreme Court turns down gaming machine dispute (03/01)
Appeals court to hear Cobell disqualification dispute (03/01)
Native Americans suffer from high rate of asthma (03/01)
IHS employees suing agency for releasing records (03/01)
Indian school in Wis. plans to lay off 40 staff members (03/01)
Pueblo students help NASA with Mars research (03/01)
Videotape captured teen's death at boarding school (03/01)
Opinion: OutKast 'out of line' for GRAMMY performance (03/01)
Daschle speech calls on U.S. to keep promises (03/01)
Narragansett Reservation site of police dispute (03/01)
Massacre nearly destroyed northern Calif. tribe (03/01)
Juror: AIM testimony not needed in Aquash trial (03/01)
Havasupai tribal members sue over use of blood (03/01)
Editorial: Interior wasting taxpayer dollars (03/01)
Democrat chides Campbell for being 1/16th Indian (03/01)
Kiowas vote overwhelmingly to recall two leaders (03/01)
Calif. mayor blasted for reported tribal donations (03/01)
Opinion: Calif. tribes should stay off 'warpath' (03/01)
Editorial: Sovereign tribes can't have it both ways (03/01)
Yellow Bird: Big market for 'isms' in the media (03/01)
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James Giago Davies: A dozen Lakota drivers race into action at the Speedway
James Giago Davies: A dozen Lakota drivers race into action at the Speedway
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Mechoopda Tribe: 'Enough is enough' as appeals court rules in homelands case
The Mechoopda Tribe is still willing to sit down with local opponents to discuss plans for a long-delayed casino in northern California.

Only caribou herd in lower 48 United States declared 'functionally extinct'
The only caribou herd in the lower 48 United States has been declared 'functionally extinct' because it is down to just three animals.

Tribes kept in the dark as Trump administration rolls on with reorganization
Despite claims by the Trump administration that it won't move forward with a reorganization without Indian Country's input, tribes continue to be excluded.

Cronkite News: Former sheriff pardoned by Trump seeks to clear conviction
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Victor Swallow: We are a broken and scattered people. How do we rebuild?
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Native Sun News Today: Native youth take a stand against methamphetamine
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Pine Ridge family still grieving after crash claims lives of mother and 14-year-old son
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Tribal lobbyist running on pro-Trump agenda for seat in North Carolina
A well-known tribal lobbyist is seeking the Republican nomination for a U.S. Congressional seat in North Carolina.

South Dakota now offering specialty license plates for all nine Sioux tribes
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