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July 09, 2004
Comanche Nation officials charged with obstruction (07/09)
Settlement to help Zuni Tribe protect its 'Heaven' (07/09)
Coushatta Tribe's elections official fired over recall (07/09)
Lease reached for Indian center in Milwaukee (07/09)
Tribes to work out custody issue of baby boy (07/09)
Metis in Ontario sign hunting and fishing rights deal (07/09)
Five-year-old Native girl in Canada missing (07/09)
Northern Cheyenne Tribe plans work near Bear Butte (07/09)
Column: Salish totem pole 'carved by a killer' (07/09)
Editorial: BIA jails suffer from 'deplorable conditions' (07/09)
Chairman once ousted regains Blackfeet Nation post (07/09)
Tribes to travel to Scotland to make case for fish (07/09)
Blackfeet Reservation doctor, nurse win top awards (07/09)
Massachusetts group wants anti-Indian law repealed (07/09)
Norton defends funding for National Park Service (07/09)
Grand Ronde Tribes to rebury 300-year-old skull (07/09)
Rincon Band busy with lawsuits, inner disputes (07/09)
Mashantucket Tribe fires workers who complained (07/09)

July 08, 2004
Supreme Court Roundup: 2003-2004 Term (07/08)
Jails on Navajo Nation among worst in BIA system (07/08)
Navajo Nation households can sign up for $1 cell phones (07/08)
Hearings set in response to Indian voter complaints (07/08)
Mashantucket Pequot museum holds annual pow-wow (07/08)
Enterprise Rancheria rejected sites in home county (07/08)
Doctors support First Nation's plans for MRI clinic (07/08)
Innu community could lose fire service over rowdy kids (07/08)
Bruce Babbitt: Arctic drilling would harm Inupiats (07/08)
Nipmuc Nation 'humiliated' by denial of federal status (07/08)
Bush signs Western Shoshone payout bill into law (07/08)
Indian man accused of abducting son arrested (07/08)
Tribal objections to coal mine in North Dakota rejected (07/08)
Meatpacking plant a success for South Dakota tribe (07/08)
Embattled GOP lobbyist starts non-lobbying business (07/08)

July 07, 2004
Three Coushatta leaders handed recall petitions (07/07)
Senate committee busy as Congress winds up session (07/07)
Jail report cites 'life-threatening' conditions (07/07)
Voter ID law seen as attempt to suppress Indian vote (07/07)
Tribal college sponsors Northern Plains art show (07/07)
$2B in diamonds estimated taken from reservation (07/07)
Gila River Tribe sees land buy as crucial to future (07/07)
Troubled past doesn't bother buyer of totem pole (07/07)
Indian man and son found on South Dakota reservation (07/07)
Little Shell Tribe seeks support for recognition bid (07/07)
Fire in Arizona threatens sacred Mount Graham (07/07)
NYT Book Review: 'Four Souls' by Louise Erdrich (07/07)
Standing Rock Sioux artist wins award for first book (07/07)
Tribal court rejects challenge to White Earth election (07/07)

July 06, 2004
Indian ranchers worried about hike in grazing fees (07/06)
Jodi Rave Lee: Warrior spirit gives Natives hope (07/06)
Indian Democrats plan big showing at convention (07/06)
University breaks ground on longhouse for students (07/06)
Lakota teen passed over for Pocahontas role (07/06)
Choctaw Nation helping man in child custody battle (07/06)
Rates of two STDS highest among Natives in Alaska (07/06)
Controversial totem pole finds home at Seattle museum (07/06)
Lumbee recognition bill stalled in House and Senate (07/06)
Oklahoma tribe patches holes in state's road budget (07/06)
Climbing group backs voluntary ban at sacred rock (07/06)
Women tribal leaders making history in Arizona (07/06)
Mark Trahant: Raising the next peace generation (07/06)
California tribe seeks protection of sacred site (07/06)
Anishinabe Academy turns over a new leaf (07/06)
Passamaquoddy Tribe signs deal for gas terminal (07/06)
Kerry announces Edwards as pick for vice president (07/06)
Yellow Bird: Are mourning doves on the Atkins diet? (07/06)

July 05, 2004
Indianz.Com Service Note for Independence day (07/05)
More headlines...
Fired police officer won't go to trial for death of Native man until next year
The Native community is demanding justice for the death of Zachary Bearheels at the hands of police officers in Omaha, Nebraska.

Native Sun News Today: Spotted Eagle promises 'Faith, Hope and Leadership'
Native Sun News Today: Spotted Eagle promises 'Faith, Hope and Leadership'
A strong sense of place dictates Faith Spotted Eagle's priorities as she seeks public office in South Dakota.

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: An Indian man walks into court and asks a judge to do the right thing
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: An Indian man walks into court and asks a judge to do the right thing
It was an astonishing day for Chase Iron Eyes as he went before a white-man judge in North Dakota.

YES! Magazine: Native language schools are taking back education for their people
YES! Magazine: Native language schools are taking back education for their people
The last fluent speakers of Wôpanâak passed away more than a century ago. A school is working to revive the language.

Jaclyn Lanae: Another Earth Day is upon us. Here's how you can get involved
Jaclyn Lanae: Another Earth Day is upon us. Here's how you can get involved
There are many reasons to gather together around a single idea, a particular cause but Earth Day is perhaps the single most important cause.

James Giago Davies: A dozen Lakota drivers race into action at the Speedway
James Giago Davies: A dozen Lakota drivers race into action at the Speedway
Folks in Lakota country would be surprised at the number of Native drivers that make up the grid at the Black Hills Speedway in South Dakota.

Mechoopda Tribe: 'Enough is enough' as appeals court rules in homelands case
The Mechoopda Tribe is still willing to sit down with local opponents to discuss plans for a long-delayed casino in northern California.

Only caribou herd in lower 48 United States declared 'functionally extinct'
The only caribou herd in the lower 48 United States has been declared 'functionally extinct' because it is down to just three animals.

Tribes kept in the dark as Trump administration rolls on with reorganization
Despite claims by the Trump administration that it won't move forward with a reorganization without Indian Country's input, tribes continue to be excluded.

Cronkite News: Former sheriff pardoned by Trump seeks to clear conviction
A controversial former sheriff who targeted Native people and other minorities is trying to clear his record.

Victor Swallow: We are a broken and scattered people. How do we rebuild?
We are a broken people and most of us wouldn't know how to survive without the help of the government that destroyed our ancestors' way of life.

Native Sun News Today: Native youth take a stand against methamphetamine
A methamphetamine awareness walk will bring together service providers, recovering addicts, law enforcement, city leaders and youth in South Dakota.

Pine Ridge family still grieving after crash claims lives of mother and 14-year-old son
On February 23, Lynell Morrison-Cash and her son Waylon, 14, died when their car was struck head-on in Nebraska.

Tribal lobbyist running on pro-Trump agenda for seat in North Carolina
A well-known tribal lobbyist is seeking the Republican nomination for a U.S. Congressional seat in North Carolina.

South Dakota now offering specialty license plates for all nine Sioux tribes
The state of South Dakota is now offering specialty license plates for all nine tribes based within its borders.

Angelo Baca: Bears Ears faces serious threat under the Trump administration
Bears Ears is at the center of a critical discussion around Indigenous rights and protection of sacred sites and traditional uses in the United States.

Cronkite News: Supreme Court strikes down law linked to violent crime
The Supreme Court ruled that a federal law allowing deportation of immigrants who commit 'crimes of violence' was unconstitutionally vague, a decision hailed by Arizona immigration lawyers as promising.

Tribal self-governance celebrates 30th anniversary with some 'PROGRESS'
The tribal self-governance program, a key development in the self-determination era, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with some achievements.

Tribes secure hearing on homelands legislation amid drama on Capitol Hill
When it comes to tribal homelands, the Senate has some catching up to do with the House.

James Giago Davies: We grew up never knowing my veteran dad was suffering
My dad never told me that he loved me. I never once heard him tell my mom he loved her.

Native Sun News Today: Audit faults tribal consultation at nuclear agency
An audit is finding much to be desired when it comes to tribal consultation and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Tribes hail historic Supreme Court hire as justices hear treaty rights case
With the U.S. Supreme Court taking up its third Indian law case of the term, tribes and their advocates are welcoming a historic development.

Seminole Tribe readies June 28 opening for Hard Rock in Atlantic City
With Donald Trump's ghosts long gone, the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City is ready to rock and roll on June 28.

George Amiotte: Reflecting on my third tour of duty in Vietnam in 1969
It was 1969 and I was returning to Vietnam for my third tour of duty (TDY) with the 3rd Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force.

'We will be back' vows leader of National Congress of American Indians after sovereignty vote fails
A vote on the Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act failed in spectacular fashion evening but a key leader says the fight isn't over.

Gyasi Ross: Democrats turn on tribes and vote against our sovereignty
'Democrats show, once again, that they are no allies, accomplices, friends or champions of tribal sovereignty.'

Chelsey Luger: Whose Native lands are you on? A new app can tell you
Enter your ZIP code into the Native Lands App and an interactive map will tell you the area’s original language and tribal ties.

Native Sun News Today: Tribes continue fight to protect grizzly bears
Referring to a tribal lawsuit to protect the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem's grizzly bears, Crow Creek Sioux Chairman Brandon Sazue noted that a top lawmaker is on their side.

Mark Trahant: Tribes lose a battle as sovereignty bill comes up for vote
Tribes lost a battle in Congress when Democrats tanked a bill giving tribes authority over labor relations.

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