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October 15, 2004
Opinion: Lobbyist scandal goes all the way to Bush (10/15)
Ron Allen, Wilma Mankiller: Bush too little, too late (10/15)
South Dakota GOP workers sent to Bush campaign (10/15)
Arrest made in fatal shooting at Northern Cheyenne (10/15)
Judge dismisses charges in Nez Perce hunting case (10/15)
Indian education summit underway in Montana (10/15)
Utah tribe to open health care facilities in Michigan (10/15)
Editorial: Campbell shouldn't mess with NAGPRA (10/15)
Opinion: Be proud of Wal-Mart, and Columbus too (10/15)
Parents continue protest at First Nation school (10/15)
Hurricanes uncover burial mound in Florida (10/15)
Tribes worry Supreme Court is eroding sovereignty (10/15)
Brazilian president won't certify reservation (10/15)
Nuclear waste on reservation may be permanent (10/15)
Letter: Tax break for Eskimo whalers deserved (10/15)
Indian fisherman worried about mercury pollution (10/15)
Congressman's anti-gaming push backed by tribe (10/15)

October 14, 2004
Winona LaDuke: Why I'm voting for John Kerry (10/14)
NCAI 04 Wrapup: Day 3 (10/14)
Man sentenced in Crow tribal kickback scheme (10/14)
Company agrees to fund Black Mesa water study (10/14)
Attendance at Black Hills pow-wow increases (10/14)
Letter: Indians better off thanks to Columbus (10/14)
Judge raises judgment against Pequot tribe to $14M (10/14)
Navajos cite mismanagement at housing project (10/14)
Tribe's management at bison range will save money (10/14)
Burns-Paiute man sentenced for sexual abuse (10/14)
South Dakota GOP warns of possible irregularities (10/14)
Rally in North Dakota aims to 'stop' Lewis and Clark (10/14)
Minnesota targeted in Native Vote 2004 campaign (10/14)
Native parents question testing of children by school (10/14)
All Native basketball team for ABA will probably fold (10/14)
IHS employee pleads guilty to taking from tribe (10/14)
Young Indian women in Bolivia avoid traditional dress (10/14)
Miccosukee Tribe skeptical of state cleanup plan (10/14)
Prescription drug cards provide discounts for Natives (10/14)

October 13, 2004
NCAI 04 Wrapup: Day 2 (10/13)
Ojibwas working to save wild rice traditions (10/13)
Daschle, Thune fight for Native votes in South Dakota (10/13)
Manitoba rejects assertion of Metis hunting rights (10/13)
Janklow accuses GOP vote program of 'cheating' (10/13)
Archaeologist ruffles through tribe's trash pit (10/13)
Chief accused of cheating First Nation on oil deal (10/13)
Judge holds back tapes in Native man's death (10/13)
Telescope site opposed by tribes to be dedicated (10/13)
Oneida Nation negotiating service agreements (10/13)
Arizona tribes hope to increase homeownership (10/13)
More remains discovered at Minnesota worksite (10/13)
Editorial: Campbell's two words of mischief in NAGPRA (10/13)

October 12, 2004
Jodi Rave Lee: Trail tells story of Nez Perce (10/12)
NCAI 04 Wrapup: Day 1 (10/12)
Navajo bill clarifies use of peyote on reservation (10/12)
Montana county could appeal voting rights case (10/12)
Native students don't celebrate Columbus Day (10/12)
Early voting starts on Pine Ridge Reservation (10/12)
South Dakota celebrates Native American Day (10/12)
South Dakota GOP under voter fraud investigation (10/12)
Virginia tribes fight for federal recognition (10/12)
Tigua Tribe mum on Washington lobbyists (10/12)
Senate passes Arizona tribal water rights deal (10/12)
Massive transportation bill remains in limbo (10/12)
Health summit focuses on cancer among Indians (10/12)
Yellow Bird: Let's settle dispute over Sakakawea (10/12)
Bad Eagle: Columbus would be surprised today (10/12)
First Nation blocks road to commercial traffi (10/12)

October 11, 2004
First Nations Day recognized North Dakota tribes (10/11)
Alaska tribes oppose decision to allow timber sale (10/11)
Some Native voters don't care for Kerry or Bush (10/11)
Rally opposes nuclear waste dump on reservation (10/11)
Navajo president calls for ouster of George Bush (10/11)
IHS to allow voter registration at facilities (10/11)
Haskell to double student fees, cut student meals (10/11)
Winnebago tribal executive to consult for BIA (10/11)
Teresa Heinz Kerry to speak at NCAI conference (10/11)
Column: Columbus ignored as Natives persevere (10/11)
Utah tribe to investigate placement of children (10/11)
Indian vote in South Dakota still a hot item (10/11)
Mark Trahant: Election changing as we speak (10/11)
Opinion: NMAI a testament to power of Natives (10/11)
10,000 new Indian voters registered in New Mexico (10/11)
Yellow Bird: Discovering the ancestral spirits (10/11)
Russell Means helps open GOP office at Pine Ridge (10/11)
GOP challenge to Native candidate rejected (10/11)
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Republicans revive Indian energy measure with a more friendly president in office
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