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Jerry Reynolds
5/19/04
WASHINGTON - As prospects for inter-tribal business relationships develop, the question arises of whether Uniform Commercial Codes can be dispensed with among tribes, to be replace...
Dale Carson
5/19/04
This time of year, two nice days in a row and that's all most people need to move the kitchen outside...
Richard W. Pombo,
5/19/04
The majority of readers who responded to a recent Indian Country Today online poll said that, "Corporations should be creating jobs in American communities, including 'insourcing' ...
Mark Fogarty
5/19/04
CONCHO, Okla...
Mark Clayton
5/19/04
It is estimated that more than 1.3 million people in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer this year. Another 564,000 people will die from the disease...
Jerry Reynolds
5/19/04
WASHINGTON - A May 12 congressional hearing on the reorganization of the BIA covered familiar ground as yet another committee of Congress expressed its virtual desperation to make ...
Steven Paul McSloy
5/17/04
" The history points in both directions ." - Justice Thomas, concurring in the judgment in U.S. v. Lara...
Editors Report
5/7/04
Almost all the Native peoples of the Southern Hemisphere and a substantial piece of the Indian country in North America are mired in poverty...
Matt Ross
5/5/04
NORTH BEND, Ore...
Richard Walker
5/5/04
INDIAN ATTORNEYS LEAD WASHINGTON STATE BAR SEATTLE - Four American Indian attorneys have assumed leadership positions in the Washington State Bar Association. Fawn R...
Editors Report
5/5/04
Citing great lack of "situational awareness," the influential and independent Army Times newspaper last week called for "accountability" for "a failure that ran straight to the top...
Jean Arthur
5/5/04
BOZEMAN, Mont. - A decade ago, a middle school Navajo girl from Page, Ariz., stumbled across a Japanese-style comic book while on a shopping trip to Flagstaff, Ariz...
Mark Fogarty
5/5/04
WASHINGTON - Tribes can still get a piece of $25 million in grants from an often-threatened government program - but they have to act fast...
Jim Adams
5/5/04
BLACK CREEK, N.J. - Bulldozers will no longer threaten a historic campsite showing 10,000 years of Native occupation, say lawyers for the Nanticoke Lenni Lenape people...
Mark Fogarty
5/5/04
PHOENIX-The Heard Museum is a place where there's always something worth looking at, no matter how many times a visitor has been there before...
Tom Wanamaker
5/5/04
Alberta's Enoch Cree Nation gets the green light for gaming With help from a federal judge, the Cayuga Indian Nation is now one small step closer to opening a gaming operation...
Dale Carson
5/5/04
This part of spring begins to intensify everyone's activities...
Matt Ross
5/5/04
PHOENIX - The sheet of paper currency appears so lifelike its authenticity invites onlookers to take a second look...

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