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May 27, 2004
Indian man with long hair wins release from prison (05/27)
Editorial: What about new jails for Indian Country? (05/27)
Iraqi television crew to study Native Americans (05/27)
Indian Affairs head promises money will be spent (05/27)
Sovereignty, diversity stressed at FCC media hearing (05/27)
Column: Death of Seminole leader a loss to all (05/27)
Company suspends projects affecting sacred sites (05/27)
Makah Nation tells owner of troubled ferry to leave (05/27)
Makah whale hunt opponents charged with terrorism (05/27)
Leech Lake Tribe responds: 'We Are Not Lost' (05/27)
Panel asked to sanction lawyer for ratting on tribe (05/27)
All Native high school on track to open next year (05/27)
Northern Arapaho Tribe to continue child services (05/27)
Inuits in Canada vote on $156M land claim settlement (05/27)
Fort Peck tribal offices closed in internal dispute (05/27)
BIA asked to delay land-into-trust for Cowlitz Tribe (05/27)
Request to place man in tribal isolation rejected (05/27)
FCC hears from South Dakota tribes on telecom (05/27)
White House tells agencies to make budget cuts (05/27)

May 26, 2004
Police raid casino offices, chairwoman's home (05/26)
Hopi High School has state's best graduation rate (05/26)
Alaska Native corporation profits plummet (05/26)
Native women in Oklahoma at high risk for violence (05/26)
Ponca Tribe wants state to switch sides in dispute (05/26)
Indian on GOP ticket in Montana won't drop out (05/26)
Eastern Cherokee hospital gets technology upgrade (05/26)
FCC's Powell skipping out on Indian telecom meeting (05/26)
Small Minnesota tribe improving way of life (05/26)
North Dakota tribe warned on bison management (05/26)
Tribe mourns loss of girl and her grandfather (05/26)
Appeals court affirms ex-tribal official's guilty plea (05/26)
Louisiana lawmakers reject recognition for group (05/26)
Appeals court won't intervene in recognition case (05/26)
Obituary: Merle Holmes, 70, fought termination (05/26)
BIA settles drunk-driving lawsuit for $2M (05/26)
City approves Sycuan Band agreement for hotel (05/26)
Indian family worried about missing daughter (05/26)

May 25, 2004
U.S. Supreme Court won't touch Indian tax ruling (05/25)
Appeals court upholds Michigan tribe's restored land (05/25)
Opinion: Anderson undermined by BIA underlings (05/25)
Column: Vine Deloria refuses honorary degree (05/25)
Mohegan Tribe in talks to purchase high school (05/25)
Delaware Nation wants out-of-state land in trust (05/25)
Brownback says reservation visit inspired apology (05/25)
Concerns raised about new Agua Caliente museum (05/25)
Chairman of Montana tribe locked out of office (05/25)
Alaska Native corporations generate billions (05/25)
Couple taps tribal traditions for unique wedding (05/25)
Yellow Bird: Bill Cosby speaks truth about education (05/25)
Wyoming tribe won't relinquish jurisdiction to state (05/25)
Winona LaDuke: 'Someone has to defeat George Bush' (05/25)
Navajo Nation accused of 'extortion' in water deal (05/25)
Utility district backs Pala Tribe in landfill battle (05/25)
Convenience stores blame revenue loss on Indians (05/25)
Judge gives green light to $280B tobacco lawsuit (05/25)

May 24, 2004
Tribes worry Anderson not getting support at BIA (05/24)
Tribal college camp to immerse students in Lakota (05/24)
Arizona tribes say phone programs not promoted (05/24)
Pascua Yaqui Tribe's flag to join county display (05/24)
Return of sacred site a high point for California tribe (05/24)
Cayuga land claim proposal draws opposition (05/24)
Community depends on Oregon tribe's philanthropy (05/24)
Cheyenne-Arapaho program offers jobs for money (05/24)
Lakota teenager's death inspires sobriety drive (05/24)
Burrito business booms on Pine Ridge Reservation (05/24)
Editorial: Mohegan Tribe's trust request good news (05/24)
Indian on GOP ticket in Montana ruled ineligible (05/24)
Indian Country working to turn out more voters (05/24)
Anderson rejects abuse as cause of BIA jail deaths (05/24)
Third Native family reports hospital mailed fetus (05/24)
Yellow Bird: No outlet for North Dakota holy water (05/24)
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