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October 08, 2004
Editorial: It's that time of the year (Columbus Day) (10/08)
White Lady Column: But what about the children? (10/08)
Remains discovered at North Dakota worksite (10/08)
Athabascan Chief Nagita to be reburied at home (10/08)
Washington tribe wants work stopped at bridge site (10/08)
Study looks at reducing heart disease among Indians (10/08)
Haskell students worry about proposed fee increase (10/08)
Catawba election draws field of hopefuls and a lawsuit (10/08)
Tribes could issue tax-free bonds for jails under bill (10/08)
Citizen Potawatomi Nation hosts wellness camp (10/08)
House Resources asked to investigate lobbyists (10/08)
Indictment of ex-tribal official started with DOI (10/08)
AIM leader, nurse face off in Pine Ridge election (10/08)
Thune campaign under probe for absentee ballots (10/08)
Pala Band's battle against landfill a costly one (10/08)
Indian teen could face death penalty for murder (10/08)
DeLay faces questions over leadership position (10/08)
Editorial: DeLay's shady ethics catching up to him (10/08)
South Dakota tribal court rules man not Indian (10/08)

October 07, 2004
Arizona tribes oppose namking peak for Goldwater (10/07)
Column: It's wrong to compare Columbus to Hitler (10/07)
Fort Sill Apache Tribe loses interest in firm (10/07)
Umatilla Tribes plan lawsuit on nuclear waste pollution (10/07)
Former Catawba Nation official indicted for theft (10/07)
Court hears Delaware Nation's claim in Pennsylvania (10/07)
Mohawk tribes announce land claim settlement (10/07)
Montana tribes renew lawsuit over abandoned mines (10/07)
Probate reform bill ready for Bush's signature (10/07)
Man denied license to sell beer in Whiteclay tries again (10/07)
Black Hills pow-wow expected to draw thousands (10/07)
Russell Means top vote-getter in Pine Ridge primary (10/07)
Editorial: Tribe taking small steps for tourism (10/07)
Saskatchewan First Nations resist smoking ban (10/07)
Treatment program for Native youth called failure (10/07)
Innu Nation election marred by influx of alcohol (10/07)
New Zealand Maoris blasted for claiming airspace (10/07)
California tribe says ancient village bulldozed (10/07)
Judge rules Mohican reservation diminished (10/07)
Another tribe considers lawsuit against lobbyists (10/07)
'Underrepresented' minority term barred by Bush (10/07)
DeLay rebuked yet again for flaunting influence (10/07)

October 06, 2004
Mohawk tribes close to land claim settlement (10/06)
FBI agents seize Choctaw housing agency records (10/06)
Bush administration said to ignore trust fund (10/06)
Tribal police chiefs seek access to state databases (10/06)
Warm Springs Tribes to choose new name for creek (10/06)
Shadow Wolves training border guards overseas (10/06)
Rosebud Sioux Tribe's diabetes program honored (10/06)
County won't allow Indians to use tribal ID to register (10/06)
New Lakota Times to serve Pine Ridge, Rosebud (10/06)
Native gravesite not considered cemetery (10/06)
Nipmucs perform ceremony for government officials (10/06)
Speech from the Throne seeks to include Natives (10/06)
Lenapes in Pennsylvania want court to remove chief (10/06)
Mattaponi Tribe appeals treaty case to high court (10/06)
Passamquoddy Tribe asked to stop development (10/06)
Tribes opening reservations to retail, office space (10/06)
Sport hunters convince Bush not to drill in Rockies (10/06)
Bush rescinds protections for wildlife in forests (10/06)
IHS barred non-partisan voter registration drive (10/06)

October 05, 2004
BIA accused of mismanaging detention facilities (10/05)
Indian youth cite mistreatment at reservation jail (10/05)
Editorial: Treatment of Indian youth a horror (10/05)
FBI probes death at Rocky Boy's Reservation jail (10/05)
Editorial: Campbell should not interfere with NAGPRA (10/05)
Lewis and Clark re-enactors run into problems (10/05)
Mexico promises Christmas trees to Mazahuas Tribe (10/05)
Opinion: Bush's words offer hope to Indian Country (10/05)
Omaha educator retiring after 31 years of service (10/05)
Chumash Tribe still in talks for major development (10/05)
Supreme Court takes on federal sentencing guidelines (10/05)
Chickasaw astronaut hopes to inspire students (10/05)
Interior denies attempt to halt trust fund payments (10/05)
Court rules against tribe in Snake River case (10/05)
Church ordered to remove tent from reservation (10/05)
San Manuel Band to pay $5.5M for road improvements (10/05)
Election might add diversity to Senate makeup (10/05)
Washington tribe wins award for wetlands restoration (10/05)

October 04, 2004
Lobbyist scandal reaches to top levels of GOP (10/04)
Alaska Natives criticize rural law enforcement (10/04)
Chickasaw Nation starts work on cultural center (10/04)
Coushatta Tribe to sue lobbyists for $32M (10/04)
Wild horses sent to Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation (10/04)
Oglala Sioux Tribe takes over park visitor center (10/04)
California tribes to host large wind power plant (10/04)
Washington tribes endorse Murray for Senate (10/04)
Bill clarifies criminal jurisdiction on Pueblo land (10/04)
McCain headed to top spot on Indian Affairs panel (10/04)
Documents detail lobbyists' role in tribal elections (10/04)
Swimmer: Communication with account holders on hold (10/04)
Salon: Tom DeLay allowed tribes to be 'slickered' (10/04)
Choctaw Tribe's lobbying documents kept secret (10/04)
Non-Indians want smoking ban for First Nations too (10/04)
Editorial: Indian Country jails a national disgrace (10/04)
Opinion: We stole your land, sorry, get over it (10/04)
Yellow Bird: Riding the rails across the country (10/04)
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