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December 03, 2004
New Chippewa Cree chairman promises reform (12/03)
Few families apply for Tar Creek buyout plan (12/03)
Oklahoma tribe loses bid for out-of-state land (12/03)
BIA condemns 38-year-old school on Navajo Nation (12/03)
Director of urban Indian center in Nebraska resigns (12/03)
Editorial: Let tribe complete work on village (12/03)
O'odham group preserves weaving tradition (12/03)
Rincon Band donates land to protect arroyo toad (12/03)
Urban Natives promote development plan (12/03)
LA Times: Explosion of wealth changes Chumash Tribe (12/03)
Editorial: Maine must repair relationship with tribes (12/03)
Indian woman from Maine a 'Survivor' on TV show (12/03)
Federal agency to investigate bridge accident (12/03)
Delaware Nation plans appeal of land claim lawsuit (12/03)
Washoe Tribe gets rebate for using solar power (12/03)
Coyote Valley chairwoman ousted in primary vote (12/03)
Trump willing to drop Eastern Pequot suit for $500M (12/03)
Russell Means sues after losing Pine Ridge election (12/03)
Reservation homes plagued by mold problems (12/03)
Editorial: BIA schools need more funds, resources (12/03)
Bush taps ex-NYPD official for Homeland Security (12/03)
House aide takes blame for tax return provision (12/03)
Editorial: Ney not exactly a victim in Tigua case (12/03)

December 02, 2004
U.S. Supreme Court asked to rule on state taxation (12/02)
Navajo Nation justice recalled as dedicated servant (12/02)
Lawsuit filed over teen's suicide at BIA jail (12/02)
Editorial: Justice lacking in Crow murder case (12/02)
Judge tosses wrongful death suit against Janklow (12/02)
Mayan woman reunited with children taken from her (12/02)
Report: Native children were placed in holding cells (12/02)
Metis Nation loses more than $2M in funding (12/02)
Indiana tribe thankful for donation of land (12/02)
Column: Chief Illiniwek mascot inappropriate (12/02)
Indian Eddie: Praise for rapper but not Code Talker (12/02)
New York high school to replace Indian mascot (12/02)
BIA takes input on Cowlitz land-into-trust bid (12/02)
Kickapoo Tribe sues former chairman, lawyer (12/02)
Catawba Nation shuts down government operations (12/02)
IHS expands Gallup Indian Medical Center (12/02)

December 01, 2004
Third Ute man sentenced in difficult murder case (12/01)
Peabody takes coal lease dispute to high court (12/01)
Cancer study to focus on South Dakota Natives (12/01)
Top Navajo Nation spokesperson resigns (12/01)
Tribal member survives grenade attack in Iraq (12/01)
Diplomats discuss tribal spat with Canadian company (12/01)
Funds approved for Sioux Nation reconciliation center (12/01)
Homes headed to Rosebud Reservation delayed (12/01)
Diedrich says he is in the running for USDA post (12/01)
Group fights Maine tribe's natural gas terminal (12/01)
Three charged in Indian gang-related shootings (12/01)
Bridge accident on reservation kills one, injures others (12/01)
Editorial: Lewis and Clark not kind to Natives (12/01)
Editorial: Nothing to fear with state recognition (12/01)
Bush administration to reduce protections for salmon (12/01)
Health clinic associated with tribe to reopen (12/01)
Jicarilla Apache Nation opens new health center (12/01)
Ridge resigns as Homeland Security Secretary (12/01)

November 30, 2004
Native students subject to high rates of school violence (11/30)
Samuelsen fought for Alaska Native rights (11/30)
College's Navajo teaching program may end (11/30)
Brazil's Indians face struggles over land, rights (11/30)
First woman to head Navajo Supreme Court dies (11/30)
Yellow Bird: Watch out for dirt in your sausage (11/30)
South Dakota schools launch Lakota project (11/30)
Preliminary recognition for South Carolina tribes (11/30)
Arrests made for cattle thefts at Pine Ridge (11/30)
Shootings at Indian housing complex tied to gangs (11/30)
Chicago Indian Center to open museum and gallery (11/30)
Native housing authority under investigation (11/30)
Metis Nation members stage sit-in over election (11/30)
Santa Ysabel man wants to shape tribe's future (11/30)
Michigan battles clinic associated with tribe (11/30)
Chinook Nation boycotts Lewis and Clark events (11/30)
Bush taps Kellogg executive as Commerce Secretary (11/30)
Tim Giago: Racism continues in South Dakota (11/30)
Descendants of prisoners of war plan reunion (11/30)

November 29, 2004
Study: Old military sites pose risk to tribes (11/29)
Lending program helped Indian woman start business (11/29)
Respected Native educator bridges cultural gap (11/29)
Editorial: How far does tribal sovereignty go? (11/29)
Maori artist sees similarities with U.S. Natives (11/29)
Whiteclay fuels proposal to change liquor laws (11/29)
State recognition expected for South Carolina tribes (11/29)
North Dakota court to hear gasoline tax dispute (11/29)
Fond du Lac Band explores alternative energy (11/29)
Column: College professor clueless, not racist (11/29)
Series: Waiting for justice on Crow Reservation (11/29)
Washington tribe to discuss future of village (11/29)
Abramoff 'totally in bed' with anti-gaming forces (11/29)
Indian girl, 13, kidnapped by 'obsessed' man (11/29)
Two men killed at Indian housing complex (11/29)
Rehnquist won't return to court until next year (11/29)
Mark Trahant: Two friendly faces on the news (11/29)
Yellow Bird: Elders still maintain influence (11/29)
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