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Jim Adams
8/25/04
UNCASVILLE, Conn...
Jim Adams
8/25/04
UNCASVILLE, Conn...
Bobbie Whitehead
8/25/04
JAMES CITY, Va. - The city of Newport News moved a step closer Aug...
Dale Carson
8/25/04
I have pictures to prove it. We have corn stalks that are 15 feet high! No kidding. We ordered seed from a seed company in the Midwest...
Jack McNeel
8/25/04
PABLO, Mont. - The inaugural Showcase of Montana Indian Artists was held at the People's Center in Pablo in mid-July...
Abbey Thompson
8/25/04
WASHINGTON - A colorful performance by well-known Hoop Dancer Daniel Tracker kicked off the opening ceremonies of the 2004 UNITY: Journalists of Color Convention held at the Washin...
Tom Wanamaker
8/25/04
MOU apparently a false start - Case likely headed back to court Sometimes, when covering an ongoing series of events for a weekly publication, the journalist finds that things can ...
Tom Wanamaker
8/25/04
Another attack on tribal sovereignty Barely two months after an assault from the National Labor Relations Board, tribal sovereignty is again under attack, this time by the Internal...
E.S. Dempsey
8/25/04
Looking for indigenous participation at Athens 2004? Try the South Pacific...
Jim Adams
8/25/04
BOSTON - "Damn, there's a lot of Indian people here," said Frank LaMere after the first Native caucus at the Democratic National Convention, on July 26, drew around 200...
Editors Report
8/25/04
Indian Country Today took home several prized awards at the recent UNITY/NAJA convention, including First prize for General Excellence (weekly)...
David Melmer
8/25/04
AGENCY VILLAGE, S.D...
James May
8/25/04
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - After having plans in the works for almost four years, all appears almost a go for the first large scale urban casino in California...
Jean Johnson
8/25/04
PORTLAND, Ore. - Celilo Falls may be gone, but Celilo Village is still hanging on. The long-neglected place on the Columbia River won't be forgotten any longer if the U.S...
John Mohawk
8/25/04
In 1781 Andean Indians laid siege to La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, for 109 days. The white people were reduced it is said, to eating shoe leather and rats...
James May
8/25/04
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A bill that would enact a first of its kind law banning the use of the word "Redskin" in California public schools is a step closer to becoming law...
Editors Report
8/25/04
There are people who become linkages between two or more cultures...
Jerry Reynolds
8/25/04
"We hope our report will encourage our fellow citizens to study, reflect - and act." So ends the brief preface to the Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks U...
John Mohawk
8/20/04
In 1781 Andean Indians laid siege to La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, for 109 days. The white people were reduced, it is said, to eating shoe leather and rats...
David Wilkins
8/20/04
As a polarized American electorate uneasily traverses the time between the recently concluded Democratic National Convention and the pending Republican bash, one small yet extremel...

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