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November 19, 2004
Diverse views aired at Indian gaming discussion (11/19)
Campbell threatens to derail omnibus over rider (11/19)
Pueblo man sentenced for mudering mother (11/19)
Congress extends housing loans for Native vets (11/19)
Canada's Supreme Court sides with First Nations (11/19)
Gila River woman last of traditional potters (11/19)
Air Force base honors Indian military tradition (11/19)
South Dakota tribe's college on shaky ground (11/19)
Diedrich seeks nomination as Agriculture Secretary (11/19)
Fight over Montana tribal riverbed continues (11/19)
Effort seeks to reduce smoking among Natives (11/19)
Former Ney chief of staff worked with Abramoff (11/19)
Bill for North Dakota tribe's clinic sent to Bush (11/19)
IHS selects director for Oklahoma City area (11/19)
Cayuga Nation settles land claim with New York (11/19)
Bill could help settle water rights in North Dakota (11/19)
Fossil called common ancestor of apes and humans (11/19)
Tribal water rights bill has benefits for cities (11/19)
Specter backed as chairman of Judiciary panel (11/19)

November 18, 2004
Seneca-Cayuga Tribe, state seek delay in lawsuit (11/18)
Bill to speed up Alaska Native land transfers (11/18)
Alaska state trooper charged with assaulting women (11/18)
Construction at tribal burial site still in dispute (11/18)
South Dakota school wants more Indian students (11/18)
Mashantucket Tribe and town at odds over water (11/18)
Sam Billison, Navajo Code Talker, passes on (11/18)
High-priced lobbyist scam linked to lawmakers (11/18)
Tigua Tribe tells of lobbying horror story (11/18)
Judge allows another Whiteclay liquor license (11/18)
Yankton Sioux treaty document acquired by museum (11/18)
AFN calls for $10K payment for every abuse victim (11/18)
Canada's Supreme Court to issue key rulings (11/18)
South Carolina site dates to 55,000 years ago (11/18)
Bush nominates another White House adviser (11/18)
Turtle Mountain Band open for business opportunities (11/18)
California tribe completes wetlands restoration (11/18)
Tribal water rights bill ready for Bush signature (11/18)

November 17, 2004
'Fight the Cherokee Nation until hell freezes over' (11/17)
Senate committee holds hearing on climate change (11/17)
University of New Mexico seeks Indian students (11/17)
Ghana's ambassador to U.S. visits Navajo Nation (11/17)
Indian lawmakers in Montana set priorities (11/17)
Lawyer in $25B abuse case to file claim with BIA (11/17)
Janklow asks court to clear manslaughter charge (11/17)
LaDuke urges students to do more than vote (11/17)
Editorial: Indian center needs to restore credibility (11/17)
Indian women in Wisconsin earn less than most (11/17)
Police union blames First Nations for firing (11/17)
First Nation says every home contaminated by mold (11/17)
Soboba Band diversifies with purchase of golf club (11/17)
Oklahoma honors achivements of state's Natives (11/17)
Seneca-Cayuga Tribe hopes DOI won't block deal (11/17)
Court rejects federal recognition for Delaware Tribe (11/17)
Campbell defends two-word change to NAGPRA (11/17)
Coushatta Tribe sues ex-lobbyists for $32M (11/17)

November 16, 2004
Bush to nominate Rice as Secretary of State (11/16)
Religious group wins case tied to peyote use (11/16)
Yellow Bird: The most terrifying snowstorm ever (11/16)
Northern Cheyenne Tribe inducts new president (11/16)
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe's schools falling apart (11/16)
Mankiller promotes new book of indigenous women (11/16)
Request for Whiteclay liquor license delayed (11/16)
Eastern tribes weigh creation of own college (11/16)
Yakama Nation drops plans for destination resort (11/16)
Canada slashes Native anti-smoking funds (11/16)
Reid to succeed Daschle as Senate minority leader (11/16)
Pataki cites sovereignty in veto of Indian tax bill (11/16)
Pine Ridge Reservation awaits water system hookup (11/16)
Morongo Band donates 6,000 turkeys to charities (11/16)
Blackfeet Nation seeks return of sacred area (11/16)
Tigua Tribe to testify at Senate lobbying hearing (11/16)

November 15, 2004
Skepticism greets Seneca-Cayuga settlement (11/15)
Powell among four Cabinet departures pending (11/15)
Oklahoma tribe settles land claim for New York casino (11/15)
Activist is Brazil's first Indian woman lawyer (11/15)
20 percent of Oklahoma Indians have diabetes (11/15)
Pueblo kids who created opera subject of film (11/15)
New Mexico tribe sued over disenrollment (11/15)
Officers linked to Native teen's death are fired (11/15)
Pressure is on Fire Thunder as Pine Ridge president (11/15)
Northern Cheyenne Tribe to inaugurate president (11/15)
Native woman says racism persists in mascots (11/15)
Wyoming lawmakers debate status of tribal liaison (11/15)
Kickapoo Tribe of Texas has come a long way (11/15)
Eastern Pequot Tribe confident of recognition (11/15)
Library wants Gila River Community involved (11/15)
Abramoff's assets frozen in employee case (11/15)
Campbell plans to impose trust fund settlement (11/15)
Letter: Being a tribe is more than blood quantum (11/15)
Yellow Bird: Feeling guilty about your new car (11/15)
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