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September 17, 2003
Report: Native students falling out of pipeline (09/17)
Activist group grows beyond reservation borders (09/17)
Secret witness tip leads to return of petroglyphs (09/17)
Navajo man sentenced to death for double-murder (09/17)
Drug use among Natives highest in nation (09/17)
New book delves into Mashantucket Pequot Tribe (09/17)
Pollution forces Wash. tribe to shut down fishery (09/17)
Bush: Janklow's fatal accident was 'unintentional' (09/17)
Mich. wants same rules for Indian, non-Indian hunters (09/17)
Mohegan Tribe reviving community safety coalition (09/17)
Decision on Nipmuc Nation recognition delayed (09/17)
Senate votes to block new FCC media ownership rules (09/17)
Pokagon buildings destroyed in suspicious blazes (09/17)
Sioux men brave cold waters for swim to Alcatraz (09/17)
Muckleshoot Tribe first to sell own brand of salmon (09/17)
Penobscot Nation wants to import prescription drugs (09/17)
Blackfeet Nation concerned about drilling project (09/17)
Grand Ronde Tribe donates money for school position (09/17)
Obituary: Eggsman, 95, Klamath Tribes educator (09/17)
Taylor says Eastern Cherokee land more valuable (09/17)
White House asks Supreme Court to review energy case (09/17)
Aquash family disappointed with trial delay (09/17)
Tonto Apache man fought for federal recognition (09/17)
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