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April 09, 2004
BIA denies cutting Cheyenne-Arapaho program funds (04/09)
Oneida Nation police to stop off reservation pursuits (04/09)
Editorial: Mont. county should drop voting rights case (04/09)
North Dakota tribe accused of mismanaging bison herd (04/09)
Bush administration calls for end to Cobell case (04/09)
Editorial: Feigned outrage over 'hardball' lobbying (04/09)
New IHS hospital on Winnebago Reservation dedicated (04/09)
Tribal fund director shocked by council decision (04/09)
Group promises big things from Navajo off-shore bank (04/09)
Deadline nears on snowmaking in sacred peaks plan (04/09)
Navajo Nation shuts down Head Start for violations (04/09)
Tribes and Army Corps to sign Missouri River plan (04/09)
Editorial: Will Cobell mediators reach unbiased solution? (04/09)
Montana Gov. Martz: Reduce health disparities (04/09)
Slain Navajo soldier recalled as quiet and strong (04/09)
BIA students in S.D. touched by Anderson's message (04/09)
Pombo invited to buffalo hunt on Rosebud Reservation (04/09)
Flooding forces people from homes at First Nations (04/09)
Indian prisoner in Calif. ordered not to contract press (04/09)
Choctaw chief Martin defends embattled GOP lobbyist (04/09)

April 08, 2004
Anchorage mourns loss of beloved Inupiat man (04/08)
Wyoming tribes win appeal of breach of trust lawsuit (04/08)
Report finds lax safety measures at BIA schools (04/08)
Snoqualmie Tribe battling state over power plant (04/08)
Appeals court rules county violated Indian voters (04/08)
DOJ says state lacks authority on Wyandotte land (04/08)
Haskell students staging unique play 'Neurotica' (04/08)
Aquash murder defendant assigned new attorney (04/08)
Education Secretary Paige visiting tribal college (04/08)
Anderson receives praise from BIA students in S.D. (04/08)
Haida Nation protests off-shore drilling in B.C. (04/08)
Innu hunters from Quebec criticized for caribou hunt (04/08)
Navajo Nation won't award summer scholarships (04/08)
Nephew of Navajo vice president killed in Iraq (04/08)
Siletz Tribe considers barring employees from office (04/08)
Cheyenne-Arapaho employees, vendors won't get paid (04/08)
Coushatta leaders used tribal money to pay lobbyists (04/08)
McCain pushing Choctaw tribe to cooperate with probe (04/08)
Meskwaki Code Talkers recognized by state of Iowa (04/08)

April 07, 2004
Oneida Nation payment to city seen as 'hush money' (04/07)
Cayuga Nation's plans for land worry some in village (04/07)
Trust fund special master alleges government fraud (04/07)
Report blasts 'ethnic bashing' against Calif. tribe (04/07)
Miccosukee Tribe criticized for lobbying tactics (04/07)
Appeals court revives Wind River royalty fraud case (04/07)
Tribal member on GOP ticket probed over residency (04/07)
Navajo Nation sees outbreak of AIDS and syphilis (04/07)
Interior rejects Balaran's claims on trust fund (04/07)
Church group discusses tent city with tribe, county (04/07)
Objection raised to Navajo Nation off-shore bank (04/07)
Six plead guilty in reservation meth conspiracy case (04/07)
Mich. university interviewing four for Native post (04/07)
Monument to Indian killer stirs controversy again (04/07)
Ponca Tribe to join lawsuit against chemical plant (04/07)
Rush Limbaugh: Giago is 'bad news' for Tom Daschle (04/07)
Obituary: Yallup, longtime Yakama Nation leader (04/07)
Wyandotte Nation challenges state's raid of trust land (04/07)
Reno-Sparks Tribe reaches tax agreement with state (04/07)
Bush seeks approval for testing of 12th graders (04/07)

April 06, 2004
Coushatta Tribe paid $32M to lobbyist Jack Abramoff (04/06)
Special master Balaran resigns from Cobell lawsuit (04/06)
Swimmer to retain control of Indian appraisals (04/06)
Obituary: Rex Redhouse, patriarch of musical family (04/06)
Oneida Nation families resist evictions pending appeal (04/06)
Report: Seneca-Cayuga Tribe has bigger plans in store (04/06)
Tesuque Pueblo announces return of flea market (04/06)
Editorial: Other tribes 'selfish' for opposing Lumbees (04/06)
Yellow Bird: The phenomenon of the 'hobby Indians' (04/06)
Canoe carved by students arrives in Alaska (04/06)
Cobell mediator Renfrew has oil tanker named after him (04/06)
Pechanga descendants protest against enrollment policy (04/06)
Two mediators selected in Cobell trust fund suit (04/06)
FBI office in N.Y. releases Peltier documents (04/06)
First Nation in Sask. sees opposition to MRI clinic (04/06)
Anderson touring BIA schools in North and South Dakota (04/06)
Slain Seminole woman promised to return home (04/06)
Indian woman alleges assault by Army recruiter (04/06)

April 05, 2004
Settlement elusive in 38-year-old water rights case (04/05)
N.M. man sentenced for dragging Indian artist (04/05)
Some question invite-only policy for drum groups (04/05)
Developer continues to remove tribal remains in Calif. (04/05)
Montana lawmakers reviewing Indian education (04/05)
Tribal fire crews sent to Colorado to battle blaze (04/05)
Appeals court won't stop Oneida Nation evictions (04/05)
Giago says Daschle compared him to Ralph Nader (04/05)
McCain aggressive in pursuing lobbyist records (04/05)
Health of N.D. tribe's bison herd questioned again (04/05)
Statue of Liberty fund raising under investigation (04/05)
Opinion: Greed, spite, history behind disenrollment (04/05)
Editorial: Shield recognition from gaming money (04/05)
Racial dispute at Indian Baptist church continues (04/05)
Climbers sue over ban on climbing at sacred site (04/05)
State claims right to raid trust land in Kansas (04/05)
Editorial: Lumbee recognition about fairness (04/05)
Tim Giago: 'Real' Indians don't fight over money (04/05)
Yellow Bird: A tribute to the warrior women (04/05)
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