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David Melmer
1/19/04
PIERRE, S.D...
Ryan Slattery
1/19/04
SCHURZ, Nev...
Bobbie Whitehead
1/19/04
NORFOLK, Va...
Richard Walker
1/19/04
LUMMI, Wash...
Steven Newcomb
1/19/04
I'm confused...
Jerry Reynolds
1/19/04
WASHINGTON - It is legal to print money in the United States as long as it's in units of at least a dollar's worth of value, as long as the individuals who earn the local currency ...
Anne Keala Kelly
1/19/04
(Editors note: Part five concludes this special report, first published in the Fall 2003 edition of Native Americas, the journal of hemispheric indigenous issues published by First...
Jim Largo
1/19/04
COLUMBIA, S.C...
Jim Adams
1/19/04
BOSTON - Shades from the bloodiest Indian war of the 17th century are still stirring deep emotions as the National Park Service pushes forward with a "recreation area" on a string ...
Suzan Shown Harjo
1/16/04
There's praise aplenty to be handed out to people who stopped a shooting range that would have disturbed the quietude of Bear Butte, a sacred place in South Dakota where Native peo...
Tom Wanamaker
1/16/04
Like other Indian nations, the Haudenosaunee people have over the years been stripped of many of their ancient ways...
James May
1/16/04
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov...
David Melmer
1/16/04
SIOUX CITY, Iowa - A popular political commentator on CNN's Crossfire has entered into an arena of discrediting a group of people because of their political activity...
Editors Report
1/16/04
Unity of thought can only come from communication among Native leaders. This is as true nationally as it is within any region or state...
Mary Pierpoint
1/16/04
In an exclusive interview with Indian Country Today, a woman using her own money and time is fighting for the future of Apache tribal members...
James May
1/16/04
SACRAMENTO, Calif...
James May
1/14/04
PORT MADISON, Wash. - An estimated 4,800 gallons of heavy fuel oil overflowed from a barge on Dec...
Matt Ross
1/14/04
ROSEBUD, S.D...
Mark Shaffer
1/14/04
CALGARY, Alberta - About the only thing all the concerned parties around here can agree on is that Canada's fastest growing city has a huge transportation problem in its rapidly ex...
Richard Walker
1/14/04
Juarez assisting tribes at Seattle law practice SEATTLE - Debora Juarez, former Superior Court judge and executive director of the governor's Office of Indian Affairs, has joined W...

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