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November 12, 2004
Vitter 'conned' by group opposing tribe (11/12)
Former BIA law enforcement chief tapped for post (11/12)
Court sides with tribe in law enforcement dispute (11/12)
Washington tribe buys land around sacred site (11/12)
Hearing set for Oneida Nation treaty rights case (11/12)
Native veterans honored in Arizona ceremony (11/12)
Pataki expected to veto Indian tax legislation (11/12)
Indian inmates in Nebraska settle lawsuit (11/12)
Thune sees potential in reservation vote (11/12)
Dakota Commemorative March traces painful journey (11/12)
Rival protest groups leave First Nation school (11/12)
Officers linked to Native teen's death face action (11/12)
Award-winning puppet show presents Makah tales (11/12)
Trip to Peru opens new world for U.S. Natives (11/12)
Navajo man shot to death by police in New Mexico (11/12)
Lummi Nation football team has stellar record (11/12)
Senate leader says GOP won't tolerate filibusters (11/12)
BIA seeks comments on Cowlitz land-into-trust (11/12)
Ex-Marine tapped for tribe's youth coordinator post (11/12)
HHS institutes tobacco-free policy at buildings (11/12)
Opinion: Mascot names perpetrate racism (11/12)

November 11, 2004
Program helps Indian youth through writing (11/11)
Navajo Nation peyote, meth legislation on hold (11/11)
Navajo soldier injured in Iraq awarded Purple Heart (11/11)
Shivwits Band honors veterans with ceremony (11/11)
Oneida woman offers training in 'How to Powwow' (11/11)
Jodi Rave: Native veterans denied home loans (11/11)
Montana school won't take blame for boys' deaths (11/11)
Washington tribe pays $4.4M for state land (11/11)
University course presents Indian parenting (11/11)
Indian Eddie: Indian Country lost with Bush victory (11/11)
First Nation signs $47M deal with Vancouver port (11/11)
Officers linked to teen's death still on the force (11/11)
Hispanic lawyer tapped as attorney general (11/11)
BIA still hasn't ruled on out-of-state land acquisition (11/11)
Reviews: Smithsonian exhibit includes Indian wars (11/11)
Letter: Redskins owner should drop offensive name (11/11)

November 10, 2004
Study finds high infant mortality rate among Natives (11/10)
Lakota man sues WalMart for discrimination (11/10)
Film featuring Onondaga Nation makes its debut (11/10)
Tribal contracts pose conflict for U.S. Supreme Court (11/10)
BIA evicting Navajo police officers and families (11/10)
Oil company accused of not promoting Natives (11/10)
Navajo Republican office plans victory celebration (11/10)
Cobell team predicts victory on accounting, reform (11/10)
Natives changing perspective on 'Indian' holidays (11/10)
DOI says probate bill doesn't solve fractionation (11/10)
Oregon exhibit honors Indian WWII veterans (11/10)
Election troubles continue for Lumbee Tribe (11/10)
New Catawba leaders hope infighting will end (11/10)
Non-Natives to challenge First Nation fishery (11/10)
Rival protests keep First Nation school shuttered (11/10)
Incoming Montana governor reaches out to tribes (11/10)
Michigan seizes two tons of fish from Indian men (11/10)
Hispanic lawyer likely successor to Ashcroft (11/10)

November 09, 2004
Washington court to consider felon voting rights (11/09)
Self-determination case goes before U.S. Supreme Court (11/09)
Forest Service issues plan to protect sacred site (11/09)
Lumbee officials order another district election (11/09)
Yellow Bird: Remembering my brother, a Vietnam vet (11/09)
Tim Giago: GOP moral values will hurt Indian Country (11/09)
Daschle to end Indian voter intimidation suit (11/09)
Assessment finds Arctic warming more rapidly (11/09)
Judge won't dismiss tribe's pollution lawsuit (11/09)
Native kids sent back to dilapidated school (11/09)
Program seeks to help Natives adjust to urban life (11/09)
Rival groups now occupying First Nation school (11/09)
Wyoming tribes seek formal state-tribal policy (11/09)
Indian center in Salt Lake City fight youth obesity (11/09)
Drug cartels offer $500K to kill Shadow Wolves (11/09)
Jodi Rave: Indian issues need more than a month (11/09)
Gila River Indian Community struggles with diabetes (11/09)
Oklahoma's Native languages slowly disappearing (11/09)

November 08, 2004
Judge dismisses $25B BIA boarding school suit (11/08)
Data shows little change in BIA jail population (11/08)
Director of Indian center combats stereotypes (11/08)
Venne wins re-election as chairman of Crow Tribe (11/08)
Mashantucket Tribe elects Reels as vice chair (11/08)
Native community honors mother of Native teen (11/08)
Memorial, tournament set for slain Lakota soldier (11/08)
Reservations called breeding ground for meth (11/08)
Kansas university criticized for Braves mascot (11/08)
Housing, economies a priority for Native woman (11/08)
Wyoming governor warms to discussion over taxes (11/08)
University of Minnesota creates scholarship program (11/08)
Norton won't talk about agenda for next four years (11/08)
Judicial nominations already a hot issue in Senate (11/08)
Mark Trahant: Do political endorsements matter? (11/08)
Fire Thunder credits women for Pine Ridge victory (11/08)
GOP critic of McCain received tribal donations (11/08)
Yellow Bird: Native voters make a difference (11/08)
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