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June 11, 2004
Grand Ronde Tribes want to host NASCAR events (06/11)
Michigan paper blasted for endorsing tribal chair (06/11)
Shakopee vice-chair among many to view Reagan (06/11)
Wind River Tribes settle some trust claims for $12M (06/11)
Church's tent to be removed from reservation (06/11)
Eastern Pequots want role in recognition lawsuit (06/11)
S.D. ID law passed to 'turn Native voters down' (06/11)
Cayuga Nation announces land claim and casino deal (06/11)
Ties between Shinnecock Nation, golf club tested (06/11)
First Nations barred from political donations (06/11)
Arrest made in arson of Mohawk chief's home (06/11)
Reagan's Indian policies recalled with fervor (06/11)

June 10, 2004
North Dakota helping BIA with No Child Left Behind (06/10)
Kucinich campaigned on Montana reservations (06/10)
Mine said to contaminate subsistence foods (06/10)
Editorial: Unions should be allowed at casinos (06/10)
Tribe asserts jurisdiction over wildlife park animals (06/10)
Tom Daschle: Indian Country Shows Its Clout Again (06/10)
Lawsuits weighed for problems Indian voters faced (06/10)
FBI agents interviewing 75 Cheyenne-Arapahos (06/10)
Nebraska tribes awarded rural development grants (06/10)
Newcomer ousts longtime Bois Forte Band chairman (06/10)
Inquest called in death of Native woman at jail (06/10)
Fire and flood hits Rosebud Sioux Reservation (06/10)
New Pine Ridge jail scheduled to open next year (06/10)
Tribes, Lakota activists oppose mine expansion (06/10)
No charges recommended in tribal bison controversy (06/10)
Skokomish artist wins National Heritage Fellowship (06/10)
Blackfeet Nation helps remove abandoned buildings (06/10)
Reagan was given Indian name 'Chief Buffalo Boy' (06/10)

June 09, 2004
Bill to continue funding for unique federal agency (06/09)
Federal agents raid Washington smokeshops (06/09)
Labor board ruling draws sharp barbs from tribes (06/09)
Lake could be named after 'Nighthorse' Campbell (06/09)
Direct service meeting raises tribal health concerns (06/09)
Botulism strikes animals on Navajo Reservation (06/09)
Alaska Native corporation sees new board members (06/09)
GOP ticket with Indian candidate loses in Montana (06/09)
Man convicted of Aquash murder moved to prison (06/09)
BIA law enforcement official returns to South Dakota (06/09)
Natural gas terminal planned on Passamaquoddy land (06/09)
Column: Agua Caliente Band enjoys good fortunes (06/09)
Skull Valley Tribe paying chairman's legal fees (06/09)
'Super Chief' Wadena loses White Earth election (06/09)
Senate, House committee hearings rescheduled (06/09)

June 08, 2004
Appeals court shoots down Makah whaling case (06/08)
Oneida Nation sees support in Bush administration brief (06/08)
Tribe's off-reservation claim hinges on 2000 law (06/08)
Labor board's tribal ruling a surprise to many (06/08)
Tucson Indian Center reopens in bigger location (06/08)
Public invited to Tulalip Tribes salmon ceremony (06/08)
Yellow Bird: Reflecting on Civil Rights Act of 1964 (06/08)
Arizona Indian Town Hall brings tribes, state together (06/08)
Chinook language being passed onto new generation (06/08)
Reagan stabbed while in heart of Indian Country (06/08)
Montana proposes rules for Yellowstone bison hunt (06/08)
Peltier settles lawsuit with newspaper publisher (06/08)
Lawsuit seeks benefits for North Carolina Indians (06/08)
Minneapolis Indian school shows promise (06/08)
Sault Tribe chairman blamed for 'gay' mailing (06/08)
Editorial: Bill an 'abuse' of special treatment (06/08)
Coeur d'Alene Tribe launches wireless service (06/08)
All Native basketball team slated for ABA (06/08)

June 07, 2004
Column: Nipmuc Nation should gain federal recognition (06/07)
Pequot elder's home is subject of tribal dispute (06/07)
Grand jury probes Cheyenne-Arapaho spending (06/07)
Indian turnout in South Dakota shows dramatic gains (06/07)
Mark Trahant: Indian girls team had game back in 1900s (06/07)
Opinion: 'Lost Youth' series was poor journalism (06/07)
Well-managed forest provides few financial gains (06/07)
Opinion: Eviction of tribal remains is wrong (06/07)
Election pits convict against Harvard graduate (06/07)
Grassroots battle against Peabody sees success (06/07)
Senate, House committee hearings this week (06/07)
Chumash Tribe's development deal stirs opposition (06/07)
Parents upset at loss of support staff for students (06/07)
Task force cracks drug rings in Indian Country (06/07)
Diabetes program reaches out to rural, elderly Navajos (06/07)
Yellow Bird: Diversity, women welcome in government (06/07)
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