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October 17, 2003
Calif. tribe criticizes water settlement offer (10/17)
Computer store runs ads poking fun at 'Indians' (10/17)
Report: Alaska Native corporations worth $2.9B (10/17)
Okla. tribes plan state's first tribal college (10/17)
Editorial: Sakakawea a 'fine choice' for state (10/17)
Schumer to discuss N.Y. casino with BIA nominee (10/17)
Politicians don't want school to seek Indian money (10/17)
Native woman receives long overdue recognition (10/17)
S.D. tribal receives 10-year accreditation (10/17)
IHS spends $800 per patient on Navajo Nation (10/17)
Janklow thought of shooting range by sacred site (10/17)
Editorial: 'Cloud' hanging over Famous Dave (10/17)
City survey on alcohol abuse reveals racism (10/17)
Navajo won't challenge indictment in murder case (10/17)
Absentee Shawnee Tribe's governor hospitalized (10/17)
First Nation leaders in Sask. elect new chief (10/17)
Inquiry into Native teen's death wrapping up (10/17)
Bolivian Indians marching against president (10/17)
Civil war in Colombia wreaks havoc on tribe (10/17)
Pine Ridge Reservation accident kills 16-year-old (10/17)
BIA sued for approving changes in land deeds (10/17)
'The Pequots are essentially living a lie' (10/17)
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