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August 13, 2004
Senate panel to hold briefing on Cheyenne-Arapaho bid (08/13)
Court bars state from imposing gas tax on tribe (08/13)
Pueblo man didn't know Bush cutting housing funds (08/13)
Elderly Navajos asked to sign away land rights (08/13)
Alaska Native executive to get $890,000 payout (08/13)
Respect urged at Bear Butte during high season (08/13)
Eagle Staff Runners began 300-mile journey to Idaho (08/13)
Washington returns state park to Suquamish Tribe (08/13)
Ron Allen, Republican tribal leader, opposing Bush (08/13)
Soboba Band close to settling water rights dispute (08/13)
Minneapolis Native Academy gets $1M federal grant (08/13)
Chippewa Cree Tribe brings 4-H Club back to life (08/13)
Water project helps Blackfeet Nation communities (08/13)
Case of police who abandoned Native man reopened (08/13)
Non-Native companies benefit from Native contracting (08/13)
Report concludes Bush's tax cuts favor wealthy (08/13)
Swimmer urges tribes to ask Congress to fix trust (08/13)
Nez Perce Tribe calls for protection of salmon (08/13)
Top-level aides in BIA Washington office removed (08/13)

August 12, 2004
BLM notifies tribes of remains at new Utah site (08/12)
Passamaquoddy Tribe to vote on natural gas terminal (08/12)
Navajo president says sovereignty is wealth (08/12)
Farmington Inter-tribal dedicates new hogan (08/12)
Arizona opposing tribe's trust land acquisition (08/12)
Miccosukee Tribe to cooperate with state police (08/12)
UND's Indian nursing program receives federal grant (08/12)
Crow warrior returns home to emotional ceremony (08/12)
Pala Band to help clean up illegal trash dump (08/12)
Two First Nations want to find out cause of sickness (08/12)
Omaha Tribe re-enacts Lewis and Clark exchange (08/12)
Father of missing Native girl charged with assault (08/12)
Indian professor sues after being denied tenure (08/12)
Bush says housing program he's cutting is 'working' (08/12)

August 11, 2004
Indian highway death rate still surpasses nation (08/11)
Mohawk police chief resigns over lack of support (08/11)
Ceremony for massacre wrongly blamed on tribe (08/11)
Navajo woman falls victim to Internet scam (08/11)
Chickasaw Nation buys community newspapers (08/11)
Nebraska commission denies Whiteclay liquor license (08/11)
Editorial: Indian issues should be part of campaign (08/11)
National Indian Health Board holds conference (08/11)
Russell Means to speak about Brando at movie fest (08/11)
Jourdain sworn in as new Red Lake Nation chairman (08/11)
Indians in Chile fight exploitation of forests (08/11)
Man claims to have seen missing Native girl (08/11)
Washington tribes rally against Bush's roadless plan (08/11)
Study shows high level of toxics in farmed salmon (08/11)
Kerry opposes Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site (08/11)
Editorial: Return state park to Suquamish Tribe (08/11)
Ponca Tribe offered to host radioactive waste dump (08/11)
Coors, Salazar to battle for Campbell's seat (08/11)

August 10, 2004
Kerry campaign counting on Native American support (08/10)
Small percentage of Interior's IT systems secure (08/10)
Lummi Nation gets grant for college prep program (08/10)
Historian tracks down Taino descendants in Cuba (08/10)
Land auction delayed for fear of Cayuga Nation (08/10)
NPS report tracks lead dust from mine near villages (08/10)
Alaska Native men charged with poaching walrus (08/10)
Goshute waste dump hearings closed to public (08/10)
NMAI prepares to welcome Native people to DC (08/10)
Mashantucket Tribe negotiating for water for golf course (08/10)
Program targets drinking among Native youth (08/10)
South Dakota report card shows achievement gap (08/10)
Slain Navajo soldier enlisted to receive education (08/10)
Indians impressed by Kerry visit to Gallup pow-wow (08/10)
Lewis and Clark exhibit stops on Omaha Reservation (08/10)
First Nation leaders head to Israel to build relations (08/10)
Connecticut towns join case over Indian taxation (08/10)
Murkowski finds it difficult to escape father's shadow (08/10)
Study links antidepressants to suicide in children (08/10)

August 09, 2004
Appeals court rules against tribal jurisdiction (08/09)
Miss Indian New Mexico regains title, some cash (08/09)
Means says South Dakota GOP needs to do more (08/09)
Third Leech Lake teen pleads guilty to brutal attack (08/09)
Bush tells journalists tribes 'given' sovereignty (08/09)
Tex Hall says employee press policy not a 'gag order' (08/09)
Native girl awarded $8.6M for table accident (08/09)
Arizona Republicans finally attracting Indian vote (08/09)
Kerry pledges support for Indian Country (08/09)
Obituary: Anne Keller, Lakota language instructor (08/09)
New Great Plains director ready to tackle challenges (08/09)
BIA takes on land consolidation in Great Plains region (08/09)
Pioneer descendant aids Duwamish recognition (08/09)
Pechanga Band's growth spurs need for more water (08/09)
ITMA to hold listening sessions in Wisconsin, Arizona (08/09)
Mark Trahant: Bush's answer was slightly better (08/09)
Alaska Native village sees boost from tourism (08/09)
Coushatta member threatened over recall effort (08/09)
Jodi Rave Lee: Gag order sign of poor leadership (08/09)
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