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July 30, 2004
Group faults Park Service for leaving out tribes (07/30)
Crow tribal activists continue to challenge BIA (07/30)
Connecticut towns want to join case over taxation (07/30)
State assures Alaska Natives that food is safe (07/30)
Oregon tribes helping members with housing needs (07/30)
Barona Band resurveys reservation after fire (07/30)
Tourism a growing field for tribes, tribal members (07/30)
Seminole Tribe completes work on treatment plant (07/30)
Indian doctor dedicates life to combating diabetes (07/30)
Criminals on Navajo Nation sometimes set free (07/30)
Tekakwitha Conference being held in El Paso (07/30)
Family of missing Native girl pray for safe return (07/30)
First Nations in Saskatchewan want indigenous games (07/30)
Some look to Indian cash rather than Indian vote (07/30)
LaMere: 'Damn, there’s a lot of Indian people here' (07/30)
Indian delegates at DNC bunk in college dorm (07/30)
Russell Means not welcome as Republican either (07/30)

July 29, 2004
Australian tribe offers to loan artifacts to museum (07/29)
Indian issues share spotlight at Democratic convention (07/29)
City puzzled over Seminole Tribe's role in contract (07/29)
Amnesty program yields return of some artifacts (07/29)
Judge sides with tribes on proposed water spill (07/29)
Forum explores traditional Navajo view of justice (07/29)
Indian Eddie: Tribes should be involved in Utah site (07/29)
Former assistant secretary back home at ASU (07/29)
Meeting held on Navajo Nation water settlement (07/29)
Peltier supporter finds a little love in Boston (07/29)
Native American caucus at DNC a popular stop (07/29)
No evidence of abuse found at Rosebud hog farm (07/29)
Native women call attention to missing sisters (07/29)
First Nation to have role in killer whale's future (07/29)
Klamath Basin tribes gain attention for salmon (07/29)
Two Montanans appointed to top positions at BIA (07/29)

July 28, 2004
Tribal centers participate in youth diabetes study (07/28)
New NMAI includes focus on urban Indians (07/28)
Onondaga Nation worried about burial disturbance (07/28)
Kickapoo women charged with trespass to go to trial (07/28)
Mashantucket Tribe shuts down youth safehouse (07/28)
Indian physicians in Oklahoma for annual meet (07/28)
Puyallup Tribe tracking salmon with microchips (07/28)
NIGA lobbies Democrats on gaming, soveriegnty (07/28)
Tohono O'odham Nation takes spotlight at DNC (07/28)
Democrats note importance of courting Indian vote (07/28)
City to issue $145M in bonds to help Morongo Band (07/28)
Shakopee Tribe considers building treatment plant (07/28)
Candlelight vigil held for missing Native girl (07/28)
Tax on Native college students delayed until 2006 (07/28)
Police searching for another missing Native child (07/28)
Senate race pits tribal member against conservative (07/28)
Discovery of village strains Washington tribe (07/28)

July 27, 2004
Program helps Alaska Native students succeed (07/27)
State judge won't dismiss lawsuit over tribal enrollment (07/27)
BIA's Anderson announces two new regional directors (07/27)
Washington schools, tribes combat drop-out rates (07/27)
California tribe fights charges of reservation shopping (07/27)
State court ponders role in enrollment dispute (07/27)
Wisconsin tribe to use grant for modular home plant (07/27)
Hearing scheduled in lawsuit over reservation fire (07/27)
Obituary: Howard Wolf, Omaha elder and WWII veteran (07/27)
Federal grant will finally bring electricity to tribe (07/27)
Indian delegates make noise at Democratic convention (07/27)
Australian tribe obtains order to reclaim artifacts (07/27)
Tribal youth learn more about water at summer camp (07/27)
Meskwaki Tribe to hold annual pow-wow in August (07/27)
Search continues for missing five-year-old Native girl (07/27)
Native-only fishery in British Columbia to resume (07/27)

July 26, 2004
Series: Parents lost son they almost never had (07/26)
Indian police academy graduates made history (07/26)
EPA rulings worry tribal, state officials in Oklahoma (07/26)
Teen thrills crowd at World Eskimo-Indian Olympics (07/26)
Bush signs tribal forest thinning bill into law (07/26)
Trump wants details on backers of tribe's recognition (07/26)
Lawmaker fights recognition with casino poll (07/26)
Basketball a sense of pride, honor on reservations (07/26)
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe seeks police resources (07/26)
Oglala Sioux Tribe to lose 75 percent of police force (07/26)
Navajo Nation girl tested for West Nile virus (07/26)
Indian family fighting disenrollment in court (07/26)
Klamath Basin tribes stage protest in Scotland (07/26)
Duwamish Tribe upset over exclusion from accord (07/26)
Mark Trahant: Living in a world of easy credit (07/26)
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