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Jim Adams
4/21/04
BRIDGEPORT, Conn...
Rebecca Adamson
4/21/04
Some of us can remember a time when Washington worried about the absence of a civil service in Indian country...
James May
4/21/04
Stillaguamish fights opiate addiction SEATTLE - After several years of bureaucratic red tape based on public opposition to a proposed methadone clinic the tiny Stillaguamish tribe ...
Charles Trimble
4/21/04
In a recent editorial, the Lakota Journal (February 13 - 20, 2004) suggested honoring the Goons of the Dick Wilson era during his years as President of the Oglala Sioux Tribe in th...
Mary Pierpoint
4/21/04
LAWRENCE, Kan...
Jim Adams
4/21/04
CHARLESTOWN, R.I...
James May
4/21/04
STANDING ROCK RESERVATION, N.D...
Richard Walker
4/21/04
SAMISH FISHING RIGHTS APPEAL ANACORTES, Wash...
Tom Wanamaker
4/21/04
Indian-owned air charter service coming soon ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. - The Oneida Indian Nation of New York has taken to the sky...
James May
4/21/04
OLYMPIA, Wash. - Usually when a fish population starts its decline there is an easy and obvious culprit...
Patrisia Gonzales and Roberto Rodriguez
4/21/04
The president's smog of war is not just metaphorical rhyme for Errol Morris' "The Fog of War" - the acclaimed documentary about Robert McNamara's views on war...
James May
4/21/04
SEATTLE - A study done at the behest of the Seattle Indian Health board revealed urban American Indians and Alaska Natives suffer from health maladies at a higher rate than the gen...
Editors Report
4/21/04
South Dakota Indian country is severely economically depressed...
Suzan Shown Harjo
4/14/04
A well-healed, white-haired white man confronted me after a recent presentation in Santa Fe, introducing himself solely by his profession...
Editors Report
4/14/04
IQALUIT, Nunavut - Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association has secured $40,000 from Canadian Heritage to initiate the fundraising for the fifth annual Nunavut Arts Festival which is pl...
David Melmer
4/14/04
KYLE, S.D. - Students from local schools peered at a recently-killed buffalo and waited for the butchering process to begin...
Jerry Reynolds
4/14/04
WASHINGTON - By any standard of abstract justice, the Lumbee of North Carolina answered critics of their case for full federal recognition at a packed hearing of the Committee on R...
Editors Report
4/14/04
SEATTLE - As part of its expanded service to Native American communities and enterprises nationwide, Wells Fargo has named Chandra Hampson Native American Banking Services relation...
Jerry Reynolds
4/14/04
WASHINGTON - Mediators will get the chance to do what years of litigation have not in the Cobell class action lawsuit over the mismanaged Individual Indian Money accounts...
Tom Wanamaker
4/14/04
NIGC names experts to new panel WASHINGTON - The National Indian Gaming Commission recently took a strong step toward its commitment to further clarify the boundaries between Class...

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