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August 06, 2004
Audio: Bush explains meaning of tribal sovereignty (08/06)
Oneida Nation denies derailing Cayuga land deal (08/06)
Alaska Native educators focus on achievement (08/06)
Kerry White House will 'respect' sovereignty (08/06)
Alaska Native executive to resign from CIRI (08/06)
Housing funds restored for Navajo Nation project (08/06)
Tribal colleges awarded millions in federal grants (08/06)
BIA investigating suicide at Yakama Nation jail (08/06)
Bush to speak at minority journalists conference (08/06)
Second Navajo soldier dies while serving in Iraq (08/06)
Democrats, Republicans make showing at pow-wow (08/06)
IHS removes administrator of Rapid City hospital (08/06)
Prized Allan Houser statue to be installed at NMAI (08/06)
Oglala Sioux Tribe opposes more stores in Whiteclay (08/06)
Use of pipestone at new NMAI prompts complaints (08/06)
Mother denies Tamra, siblings taken from family (08/06)
Bill to ban 'Redskins' in California fails (08/06)
Navajo Nation short on law enforcement staff (08/06)

August 05, 2004
Trust land decision for New Mexico Pueblos upheld (08/05)
Native artists criticize hospital's sales practices (08/05)
State breaks off talks to settle Cayuga land claim (08/05)
Court blocks state laws against nuclear waste dump (08/05)
FBI still investigating Ione Band of Miwok Indians (08/05)
Obituary: James Williams, Eastern Pequot chief (08/05)
Rosebud Sioux Tribe finishing juvenile facility (08/05)
Kerry, Powell to address minority journalists (08/05)
Missing Native girl, siblings had been taken from family (08/05)
Federal grant to address at-risk youth on reservation (08/05)
Mashantucket Tribe moving into new office center (08/05)
Tribal tax-exempt bond bill pushed in California (08/05)
Passamaquoddy Tribe puts gas terminal to vote (08/05)
First Nation compensated $19M for hydro projects (08/05)
Kerry to focus on Indian issues during Southwest trip (08/05)
Series: Dream eludes Narragansett Tribe (08/05)
Blackfeet man named Disney 'Conservation Hero' (08/05)
Senator Shelby leaked intelligence messages (08/05)
Opinion: Federal recognition cases should be public (08/05)
Unity Ride and Run makes stop on Oneida Nation (08/05)
Federal judge to take on banishment dispute (08/05)

August 04, 2004
Justice bill puts focus on tribal casino crime (08/04)
Mobil to pay $5.5M for polluting reservation water (08/04)
New Mexico tribes press for youth justice services (08/04)
Tribes awarded $1.7M in grants to mentor convicts' kids (08/04)
Artifacts discovered at another Washington site (08/04)
Agua Caliente Tribe opposes diversion of water (08/04)
Pala Band's anti-landfill measure placed on ballot (08/04)
AIM sponsors annual Sundance in South Dakota (08/04)
Leech Lake teen sentenced for brutal beating death (08/04)
Series: Traditions keep Narragansett Tribe going (08/04)
Maine tribes consider starting first credit union (08/04)
Minority journalists gather for UNITY conference (08/04)
Native lawyers push for Native judge on Supreme Court (08/04)
First Nation hosts meeting on boarding school abuse (08/04)
Police have little information on missing Native girl (08/04)
Report finds high mercury levels in most fish (08/04)
Former Standing Rock officials indicted for fraud (08/04)
Tribal employees ordered not to talk to media (08/04)

August 03, 2004
Report shows home loans to Natives dropping (08/03)
Alaska Supreme Court rejects protection for belugas (08/03)
Post office in Colorado would be named after Campbell (08/03)
Hundreds of artifacts seized from New Mexico home (08/03)
Paper chronicles Navajo girl's journey into womanhood (08/03)
Navajo water settlement discussed at public meeting (08/03)
Tribal college graduates first horseshoeing class (08/03)
High school curriculum to help Alaska Native students (08/03)
Chippewa Cree Tribe to unveil anti-smoking campaign (08/03)
Yellow Bird: Indians becoming a force at the polls (08/03)
One Nation, Two Worlds: Series on Narragansett Tribe (08/03)
Columbia River tribes consider tapping salmon market (08/03)
Tribal commissioned symphony to debut at pow-wow (08/03)
Oregon tribes voice concerns in meeting with Smith (08/03)
Peace and Freedom Party picks Peltier over Nader (08/03)
Remains not linked to case of missing Native girl (08/03)

August 02, 2004
Lamberth exchanges harsh words with Cobell critic (08/02)
Survey finds 'alarming' level of BIA employee misconduct (08/02)
Battle over Kennewick Man study far from over (08/02)
Native Catholics integrate traditional practices (08/02)
Jodi Rave Lee: Native presence can't be denied (08/02)
Report says Klamath fishkill worse than thought (08/02)
Rosebud Sioux Tribe seeks probe into feather use (08/02)
Police call off another search for missing Native girl (08/02)
Course helps Indian students get into college (08/02)
New Indian museum in DC promises to be 'different' (08/02)
Decision on returning state park to tribe awaited (08/02)
Tribes, scientists clash over wild rice research (08/02)
Pember: Obesity threatening Indian Country (08/02)
Mark Trahant: The one that didn't get away (08/02)
Yellow Bird: Ceremony provided needed respite (08/02)
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