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April 16, 2004
BIA official warns of Congressional maneuvering (04/16)
BIA employees saw signs of colleague's drinking (04/16)
Indian Educator of the Year named in Montana (04/16)
Indictment charges four with theft from Crow Tribe (04/16)
Oregon man renovating home finds Indian skull (04/16)
Editorial: Special master needed in Cobell case (04/16)
Editorial: What's good for tribes good for all of us (04/16)
Mankiller says tribes battling negative perceptions (04/16)
No shortage of well-paying jobs on Tulalip Reservation (04/16)
Oklahoma tribe breaks ground on cultural center (04/16)
Ramapough Tribe complains of pollution at paint dump (04/16)
N.D. tribal offices closed over suspicious letter (04/16)
Editorial: Recognition about lobbyists not merits (04/16)
Nebraska tribes to step up recall effort in county (04/16)
Interior denies approval for drilling tied to Griles (04/16)
Letter: Rats guarding the cheese at Interior (04/16)
Chickasaw governor receives $300,000 salary (04/16)
Lumbee Tribe to take over apartment complexes (04/16)

April 15, 2004
Tribal leaders press for budget consultation policy (04/15)
Police won't pursue charges for death of two boys (04/15)
Forum held over racial incident on UNM campus (04/15)
BIA safety officer testifies of 'atmosphere' of drinking (04/15)
Indian Country Today writer files for public office (04/15)
S.D. Indians testify of racism in voting rights trial (04/15)
Hearings held on federal land swap with Crow Tribe (04/15)
Obituary: Cypress, founder of Seminole museum (04/15)
Student pow-wow at NAU considered a success (04/15)
Obituary: Earth, Native American Church leader (04/15)
First Nations leaders to meet with United Nations (04/15)
Lummi Nation settles lawsuit over grave disturbance (04/15)
Snoqualmie Tribe seeks federal study of sacred falls (04/15)
Apache tribe's forests garner well-managed rating (04/15)
Group accuses Lumbee Tribe of stealing heritage (04/15)

April 14, 2004
Indian housing funds face cuts in Bush budget (04/14)
Chickasaw astronaut ate tortillas in space (04/14)
Incident involving Navajo rap group stirs UNM campus (04/14)
BIA regional official can't define safe driving record (04/14)
Trial into Indian voting rights in South Dakota continues (04/14)
Tribes sign plan to protect Missouri River sites (04/14)
Jury acquits non-Indian of assaulting tribal officer (04/14)
Mohawk Tribe wants company to clean up river (04/14)
Editorial: Small IHS funding boost not enough (04/14)
2,000 California Indians face disenrollment (04/14)
Tribal colleges form network to combat diabetes (04/14)
Tribal Leaders: Shakopee Tribe shares the wealth (04/14)
Banks finally showing interest in tribal business (04/14)
Tribal member denied tenure at Iowa university (04/14)
N.D. tribal elders want to monitor bison herd (04/14)
Tribe in Brazil sees high rate of youth suicide (04/14)
BIA decision on Nipmuc recognition expected May 1 (04/14)

April 13, 2004
IGRA amendments mired in debate over revenues (04/13)
N.D. tribal council to consider status of bison herd (04/13)
Alaska Republicans protest $100K village bulldozer (04/13)
Tribal leaders hope to counteract Bush budget cuts (04/13)
Native artists mix cultures to create Tekcno Pow-wow (04/13)
Absentee Shawnee Tribe to fund new bridge project (04/13)
Report: Delaware Nation wants to buy land in Maryland (04/13)
Yellow Bird: Strong flower like spirit of Native people (04/13)
Program helps Native students prepare for college (04/13)
State to pay for reburial of Klallam ancestors (04/13)
Native comedians headline show in Indian Capital of World (04/13)
Syphilis outbreak develops near Navajo Nation (04/13)
Water rights discussion excluded Navajo Nation (04/13)
Passamaquoddy chief wants Native role recognized (04/13)
Family wants BIA alcohol survey made public (04/13)
Accident in Oregon claims five Klamath tribal members (04/13)
Tohono O'odham Nation dealing with border 'crisis' (04/13)
Trial examines Indian voting rights in South Dakota (04/13)
Nevada tribe to build arsenic water treatment plant (04/13)

April 12, 2004
Audit finds school construction problems at BIA (04/12)
Inuit mothers fear they are poisoning own children (04/12)
Tensions still simmer over First Nation law enforcement (04/12)
Editorial: Settle 'shameful' Cobell trust fund case (04/12)
DOI to pay Apache man $50K for seized feathers (04/12)
House panel to hold federal recognition hearing (04/12)
Indian student quits college after racial attack (04/12)
Judge will make BIA employee alcohol survey public (04/12)
Yellow Bird: Drum policy excluded local tribes (04/12)
Wireless Internet comes to Sauk-Suiattle Tribe (04/12)
75 million tons of mine waste left in Tar Creek (04/12)
Residents of two First Nations get to return home (04/12)
McCain demands documents from lobbyist, PR exec (04/12)
Coushatta treasurer accuses NIGC of lax oversight (04/12)
Indian law conference to examine tribal role (04/12)
Native law students holding spring conference (04/12)
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