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September 03, 2004
Rod Van Mechelen: A report from GOP convention (09/03)
Native college students show dramatic gains on SAT (09/03)
Norton intervened in Native corporation-park dispute (09/03)
Ponca chief design a finalist for Nebraska quarter (09/03)
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe presses recognition bid (09/03)
Men want Tigua Tribe to reimburse medical bills (09/03)
Direct Service Tribes discuss health care needs (09/03)
Treaty rights referred to Virginia Supreme Court (09/03)
Federal grant to help principal training program (09/03)
Family seeks answers for death of Fond du Lac woman (09/03)
Leech Lake teen sentenced for brutal beating death (09/03)
Winnebago Tribe breaks ground on college building (09/03)
Blackfeet/Cree drum group takes top honors (09/03)
Hurricane forces evacuation of Seminole reservation (09/03)
Coeur d’Alene Tribe to build new health facility (09/03)
Father of missing Native girl pleads guilty to assault (09/03)
Wrongful death suit planned in police shooting of teen (09/03)
First Nation imposes own penalties on drug trade (09/03)
First Nations seek probe into mercury poisoning (09/03)
Crow chairman promotes record ahead of election (09/03)
Sac and Fox Nation helps get road project off ground (09/03)

September 02, 2004
Hopi Tribe's annual footraces to honor Olympian (09/02)
Judge halts sale of Indian allotments in Oklahoma (09/02)
Editorial: Governor right to oppose out-of-state tribes (09/02)
Judge backs Oklahoma tribe's claim in New York (09/02)
Senate committee to hold hearing on Code Talkers (09/02)
North Dakota tribe to open law enforcement center (09/02)
Mining company not worried about tribal-state lawsuit (09/02)
Opinion: Native voters don't always back Democrats (09/02)
Metis drug treatment program under criminal probe (09/02)
It's election season for two South Dakota tribes (09/02)
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe to receive wild horses (09/02)
Police deputy faces charges for lying about teen's death (09/02)
Navajo delegate says GOP needs to reach out more (09/02)
Republican convention attracts 36 Native delegates (09/02)
Rhode Island tribe claims artifacts disturbed (09/02)
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe objects to IRS gas raids (09/02)

September 01, 2004
Anderson motivates incoming students at Haskell (09/01)
New superintendent named at BIA agency in Oklahoma (09/01)
Absentee Shawnee Tribe to expand bank enterprise (09/01)
Stolen painting of Indian man mysteriously returned (09/01)
Zuni Pueblo man sentenced to 10 years for car accident (09/01)
Indian issues discussed at Republican caucus (09/01)
Navajo college student sees bright future in television (09/01)
Two grants to combat domestic violence on reservation (09/01)
More charges laid in Crow corruption scandal (09/01)
State joins tribal lawsuit against mining company (09/01)
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe rubs elbows at RNC (09/01)
Bush strategist now knows source of tribal funds (09/01)
Inspector General investigation called 'bunch of b.s.' (09/01)
Probe finds no wrongdoing in BIA recognition case (09/01)
Washington warns public not to consume fish from lake (09/01)
Federal agencies change minds on removal of dams (09/01)

August 31, 2004
Indian delegates turn out for Republican convention (08/31)
Republican Party Platform on Native Americans (08/31)
Group opposes tribal ceremony at massacre site (08/31)
New Mohegan council member promises reform (08/31)
U.S. may prosecute Native American Church figure (08/31)
Bush strategist claims no knowledge of funds (08/31)
Chippewa Cree Tribe explores traditional justice (08/31)
IRS seizes gas headed for Mohawk Reservation (08/31)
Drought threatens Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe's sites (08/31)
First Nations activists resume protest at resort (08/31)
Tribe not willing to compromise on Klamath Basin (08/31)
Deal protects waterfall sacred to Snoqualmie Tribe (08/31)
Wintu Tribe's ceremony will challenge dam proposal (08/31)
Judge orders city not to sell land for tribal project (08/31)

August 30, 2004
Jodi Rave Lee: Indians, Iraqis have much in common (08/30)
Report calls on U.S. to honor health care commitment (08/30)
Duwamish Tribe raising funds for cultural center (08/30)
Man running marathon in honor of Lakota people (08/30)
Tribal judge orders arrest of disgraced developer (08/30)
Federal officials allow ceremonies at Shasta Dam (08/30)
Minnesota tribe seeks halt of work at burial site (08/30)
City to consider school plan on tribal burial ground (08/30)
Colorado governor to attend land claim briefing (08/30)
Navajo attorney general survives ouster attempt (08/30)
Alaska Native justice panel still hasn't begun work (08/30)
Washington bank seeks to tap growing tribal market (08/30)
Editorial: Anderson 'sinking' without quick action (08/30)
Editorial: U.S. failing to provide Indian health care (08/30)
Yellow Bird: Students breathe life into community (08/30)
Bush-GOP strategist admits taking tribal money (08/30)
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