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March 26, 2004
Editorial: Protest for Lakota drum was 'overkill' (03/26)
N.M. tribes and schools focus on student retention (03/26)
Albuquerque mayor reaches out to nearby Pueblo (03/26)
BIA school wasn't told of Internet reconnect (03/26)
Navajo Nation police recruits can't pass fitness test (03/26)
Nev. woman tries to hang onto reservation home (03/26)
NIGC rules against Okla. tribe's casino in Kansas (03/26)
Obituary: Noah White, Indian education advocate (03/26)
Arbiter allows pro-union flyers by tribal employees (03/26)
Alaska Native firm's spraying plans condemned (03/26)
Native man's death in B.C. getting another review (03/26)
Tribes blast Bush choice for federal appeals court (03/26)
Veterans post to open on Soboba Reservation (03/26)
David Yeagley: Democrats do nothing for Indians (03/26)
Obituary: Crone-Morange, Schaghticoke leader (03/26)
Calif. tribe wages campaign against planned landfill (03/26)
National Park Service to curb employee travel (03/26)
Lumbee beauty queen wins damage award from ex (03/26)
Budget resolution barely clears House vote (03/26)

March 25, 2004
Senate panel debates changes to Indian gaming act (03/25)
Law school won't allow Lakota drum at graduation (03/25)
Aquash murder suspect remains free on bail (03/25)
Appeals court issues stay of DOI shutdown order (03/25)
First Nation in Nova Scotia rejects fishery deal (03/25)
First Nations fishermen stage protest on waters (03/25)
Can. Supreme Court hearing trust relationship case (03/25)
Three in Colo. plead guilty for death of tribal member (03/25)
FOX News: Wealthy tribes still get federal dollars (03/25)
Column: Miccosukee Tribe's new battle over water (03/25)
Norton to testify on Interior budget before Senate (03/25)
Calif. tribes build dreams with wireless network (03/25)
Okla. group opposes statue's use of headdress (03/25)
Mont. tribes courted by candidates for governor (03/25)
Cobell wins praise for trust accounting battle (03/25)
Campbell to sponsor land swap bill for Crow Tribe (03/25)
Lumbee beauty queen trial underway in N.C. court (03/25)
Conn. AG promises long fight against tribes (03/25)
Western Shoshone group challenges mine approval (03/25)
Embattled lobbyist signs deal with another firm (03/25)
BIA publishes school construction priority list (03/25)
BIA approves compact for gaming on former reservation (03/25)

March 24, 2004
Scalia sides with tribe but view carries no weight (03/24)
Alaska Native group to address sexual abuse issues (03/24)
Tribal member running for Mont. Legislature (03/24)
Memorial honors Piestewa year after death in Iraq (03/24)
Non-Indians seek way out of water rights settlement (03/24)
Pueblo leader goes from business to breakdance (03/24)
Indian woman's life pieced together through bones (03/24)
Navajo Boys and Girls club told to offer worker benefits (03/24)
Navajo lawmakers vindicated with ruling on school (03/24)
Johnson, Daschle letter on tribal justice programs (03/24)
Indian provisions added to Senate jobs legislation (03/24)
Amphitheater would be built near sacred rock (03/24)
Senators seek increases for tribal justice programs (03/24)
Indian students in Mont. creating own village (03/24)
DOI blames Lamberth for late royalty payments (03/24)
Parties in Everglades dispute pleased with ruling (03/24)
Lummi Nation carver recognized for healing work (03/24)
Coquille Tribe finalizes purchase of 50 acres (03/24)
Tribal leaders to discuss court nominee, budget (03/24)
Neb. tribes backing recall of county officials (03/24)
Kickapoo group continues to challenge chairman (03/24)
Tribal leaders denounce BIA budget plans as reckless (03/24)

March 23, 2004
Bush budget slashes Indian education by $79M (03/23)
Opinion: Indian businesses hurting immigrant stores (03/23)
Pueblo leader envisions center for all Indians (03/23)
Supreme Court to resolve self-determination dispute (03/23)
SIPI distance learning affected by Internet shutdown (03/23)
Yellow Bird: Awakening for Native and Christian (03/23)
Non-Indians oppose Idaho tribe's jurisdiction (03/23)
Indian scientist calls study of physics sacred (03/23)
Once outspoken, county official now mum about tribe (03/23)
Ute Mountain Ute chair pleads guilty to tax fraud (03/23)
Lawyer seeks removal from Aquash murder case (03/23)
Tribe asks voters to stop landfill near reservation (03/23)
Former Miss America contestant headed to court (03/23)
Indian educators worry about No Child Left Behind (03/23)
Lawyer for accused Miccosukee man disqualified (03/23)
Mohawk Tribe files suit to stop icebreaking (03/23)
Miccosukee Tribe fights state over ancestral land (03/23)
Chickasaw Nation land purchases quadruple (03/23)
Eyre casting for film about contemporary Natives (03/23)
Ariz. tribe hopes to keep tourism dollars at home (03/23)
Bush criticized for proposed cuts at national parks (03/23)

March 22, 2004
Dear Rep. Pombo: Hold hearing on BIA 'misconduct' (03/22)
BIA seeks Internet access for its schools (03/22)
Neb. agency denies existence of burial mound (03/22)
Tohono O'odham Nation dealing with years of neglect (03/22)
House leader says tribe doesn't have land claim in Ill. (03/22)
Developer won't halt work at tribal burial site (03/22)
Denver March Powwow wraps up after big weekend (03/22)
Urban pow-wow draws hundreds to Quad City (03/22)
Mich. school ignoring treaty on Indian education (03/22)
Mark Trahant: A familiar story of cultural change (03/22)
Report into Native teen's death expected this summer (03/22)
B.C. First Nations demand inquiry into man's death (03/22)
Judge: Martin ignored law in Navajo school dispute (03/22)
Judge cites ICWA in returning drug addicted baby (03/22)
Pechanga tribal committee disenrolls 130 people (03/22)
Indian educators meet for legislative summit in DC (03/22)
House panel holds hearing on Lumbee recognition (03/22)
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