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August 01, 2003
Ho-Chunk Nation holds first pow-wow in 50 years (08/01)
Navajo woman carries on rug weaving tradition (08/01)
Mont. tribal business finalizing $20M deal (08/01)
Former Southern Ute chairman dies of heart attack (08/01)
Latest Apache fire spares tribal timber (08/01)
Health studies show Indian Country disparities (08/01)
Oneida families lose homes waiting on court (08/01)
Judge tosses lawsuit against tribe's amphitheater (08/01)
S.D. center will facilitate disparity research (08/01)
Vet warns West Nile virus will hit Navajo Nation (08/01)
Senate passes Indian technical corrections act (08/01)
Bush signs bill returning land to Pueblos (08/01)
Johnson introduces economic development bill (08/01)
Studies document disparities in Indian health (08/01)
Indian-owned business sells discount drugs (08/01)
Mont. tribal college dedicates new campus (08/01)
Ceremony to commemorate Nez Perce battle (08/01)
Indian memorial at Bighorn worth a visit (08/01)
Griles criticized by presidential candidate Dean (08/01)
Appeals court nominee blocked by filibuster (08/01)
Senate scraps energy bill for 2002 measure (08/01)
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