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June 18, 2004
Editorial: Anderson should consider stepping down (06/18)
House passes Interior budget with little fanfare (06/18)
Blumenthal broke court order by meeting with Norton (06/18)
Summer camp combines sports and life lessons (06/18)
NCAI holds mid-year session at Mohegan Tribe's casino (06/18)
Letter: People opposing formal apology in denial (06/18)
Lakota teen hopes to portray Pocahontas in new film (06/18)
Miccosukee Tribe challenging Everglades cleanup law (06/18)
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe opens meatpacking plant (06/18)
Yavapai-Prescott Tribe hosting annual Pai gathering (06/18)
Editorial: End fight against Lower Brule Sioux Tribe (06/18)
Nipmuc tribes expect to hear answer on status (06/18)
Project promotes reservation, prehistoric site (06/18)
Metis Nation loses funding over recent election mess (06/18)
Morongo Band donates $1M to help fire victims (06/18)
First Nation continues to sing to killer whale (06/18)
Drug-smuggling ring busted on Mohawk Reservation (06/18)
Coquille Tribe hopes to get kids active with golf event (06/18)
Man who faked genealogy gets probation, house arrest (06/18)
Nipmuc Chief: Federal recognition long overdue (06/18)

June 17, 2004
Busy Indian Affairs Committee hits snag on big issues (06/17)
California sacred site bill slimmed down (06/17)
Virginia tribes press case for federal recognition (06/17)
Film to expose dangers of meth on Navajo Nation (06/17)
Sacred site provision rejected in House vote (06/17)
Obituary: Neakok, 'mother' of Inupiaq village (06/17)
House Republican drop bid to open ANWR to drilling (06/17)
University board to discuss fate of Chief Illiniwek (06/17)
BIA recognizes new chairman of Fort Peck Tribes (06/17)
Editorial: Indian vote hearings won't do any good (06/17)
Aquash to be reburied on Mi'kmaq reserve (06/17)
Herseth seeks visibility on Indian issues (06/17)
Nipmuc tribes cautiously await answer on recognition (06/17)
Problems with Metis election lead to funding threat (06/17)
Complaints prompt probe into BIA education (06/17)
Fraudulent former chief's group claims tax immunity (06/17)
British Columbia First Nations thwart move of orca (06/17)
Mashantucket Tribe donates to Republican convention (06/17)

June 16, 2004
Peabody loses another round in Navajo coal lease fight (06/16)
Seneca-Cayuga Tribe asks Pataki for gaming rights (06/16)
Meeting called to seek support for Pueblo water deal (06/16)
Column: Native-only basketball team 'unworkable' (06/16)
Tribes nationwide expanding entertainment options (06/16)
Ousted Fort Peck chairman appeals removal to BIA (06/16)
Residents challenge county to fight Chumash Tribe (06/16)
Rosebud Sioux Tribe assesses flood and fire damage (06/16)
Oglala Lakota College to graduate largest class (06/16)
Some in New York opposed to Cayuga land claim deal (06/16)
New paper takes on 'corruption' on Blackfeet Nation (06/16)
Study focuses on health care needs of Native women (06/16)
Indian voter group had ties to Democrat-leaning PAC (06/16)
House Republicans push two energy bills through (06/16)
Cherokee Nation couple denied right to marry (06/16)
Martin delays decision on Nipmuc recognition (06/16)
Senate approves expansion of hate-crimes law (06/16)
Tribe to add Reagan's name to veterans memorial (06/16)
Half of firefighters on front lines are Indian (06/16)

June 15, 2004
Tribes seek conditional permit for generation station (06/15)
House funding bill rejects administration's priorities (06/15)
Cherokee Nation council votes to ban gay marriage (06/15)
Kiowa family shocked at plea bargain for son's death (06/15)
Indian Affairs Committee to take up high-profile issues (06/15)
Editorial: Lake should not be named for Nighthorse (06/15)
Editorial: Apology to Native peoples not needed (06/15)
Native films highlighted at Heard Museum festival (06/15)
Anderson: Gaming comment taken out of context (06/15)
Sioux woman receives France's highest military honor (06/15)
Fort Peck council removes chairman from office (06/15)
Yellow Bird: How low should those jeans go??? (06/15)
Progress steady at Nebraska tribe's village (06/15)
State rejoices over denial of Paugussett Tribe (06/15)
Winnebago woman gets first UDSA direct home loan (06/15)
Daschle seeks hearings over Indian voter problems (06/15)
Daschle seeks hearings over Indian voter problems (06/15)
Rosebud chairman recovering from heart attack (06/15)
Changing river threatens future of Hoh Reservation (06/15)
Nipmuc tribes optimistic on federal recognition (06/15)
Nez Perce Tribe sues to release young salmon (06/15)

June 14, 2004
Court ruling adds to debate over tribal-labor relations (06/14)
Construction on Oklahoma Indian museum to begin (06/14)
Recognition decisions expected for three tribes (06/14)
Village store busted for selling tax-free cigarettes (06/14)
Students visit site of 1863 Chippewa treaty (06/14)
Artifact amnesty program draws some interest (06/14)
South Dakota to resume suit against trust land (06/14)
Fort Peck tribal members oust most of council (06/14)
Remains of Indian woman and grandson reburied (06/14)
Decision near on returning park to Suquamish Tribe (06/14)
Report calls for recognition of First Nations fisheries (06/14)
Tigua Tribe celebrates heritage and patron saint (06/14)
Drilling project threatens tribal rock art in Utah (06/14)
Column: Tribal labor ruling faces fight in courts (06/14)
Pascua Yaqui Tribe chooses first woman as chair (06/14)
Tim Giago: Boarding schools cause of many ills (06/14)
Mark Trahant: Ordinary Reagan was extraordinary (06/14)
Anderson says gaming has helped few Indians (06/14)
Yellow Bird: A world away at tribal pow-wow (06/14)
Tribal foes question need for U.S. apology resolution (06/14)
regon tribe recalls Reagan for restoring recognition (06/14)
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