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November 05, 2003
Utah Supreme Court hears arguments in peyote case (11/05)
Editorial: Indian Country's Ugly Baby (11/05)
FBI considering charges in death of Native woman (11/05)
FBI opens civil rights probe into paintball attack (11/05)
President Bush 'on the hook' for trust fund delays (11/05)
Appeals court denies bid for Peltier rehearing (11/05)
Tribal company's work on trust accounting on hold (11/05)
Native leaders seek negotiation over logging rights (11/05)
N.B. First Nation opens ranch for troubled youth (11/05)
Reno-Sparks tribe announces development plans (11/05)
Native woman named head of Man. women's council (11/05)
Damages to San Manuel reservation estimated at $1M (11/05)
Army Corps wants to allow clay mine in Creek homeland (11/05)
Mont. judge issues order in Northern Cheyenne case (11/05)
Apache chairman talks of change within culture (11/05)
Calif. Indians suspect bias behind damaging fire (11/05)
House passes resolution in honor of Apache 'hero' (11/05)
Neb. students helping to preserve Omaha language (11/05)
Recipes for wild rice, sacred food of Ojibwes (11/05)
Editorial: Freedom and interference in Native press (11/05)
Oglala Sioux Tribe promotes importance of bison (11/05)
Norton testimony sought by plaintiffs in trust case (11/05)
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