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• • Supreme Court ruling favors taxing gas on Indian reservations (Farmington Daily Times) 12/09/05

• • Man takes hemp case to 8th Circuit Court (AP) 12/06/05

• • Micmacs prevail in court; Band ruled not subject to employment laws (Bangor Daily News) 12/05/05

• • Larson: Ute tribes eluding taxes (Durango Herald) 12/03/05

• • Goshute leader is told to settle with the IRS (Salt Lake Tribune) 11/30/05

• • SIPI [Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute] faces big cut in support (Gallup Independent) 11/28/05

• • Disputes rise over sharing ANWR's wealth (Anchorage Daily News) 11/28/05

• • Tribe weighs benefits, drawbacks of $120 million Salt River project (Arizona Republic) 11/23/05

• • Tobacco disputes need arbitrator, treasurer says (Oklahoma) 11/22/05

• • Tribal members protest prospect of no `per cap' this year (Sioux City Journal) 11/12/05

• • Oneida settlement talks are stalled (Syracuse Post-Standard) 11/1/05

• • Tule River tribe asking for change of land status (Porterville Recorder) 10/31/05

• • State tribes contribute to Democratic Party (Oklahoman) 10/25/05

• • Tribe, IRS square off over bonds (Riverside Press-Enterprise) 10/25/05

• • Oneidas offer tax deal to city (Syracuse Post-Standard) 10/19/05

• • Tulalips may regain millions for housing (Everett Herald) 10/20/05

• • Tribal group boosts reservation tourism (Rapid City Journal) 10/13/05

• • Rosebud tribe gets economic-development grant (Rapid City Journal) 10/12/05

• • Seminole dodge IRS fight over conduit tax-exempts (Indian Country Today) 10/11/05

• • Southern tribe shares with Ojibwe (Duluth News Tribune) 10/10/05

• • Tribe repaying $3.6 million in misused funds (Havre Daily News) 10/7/05

• • Bison may return to reservation (Casper Star-Tribune) 10/7/05

• • Rocky Boy considers transit system (Havre Daily News) 10/4/05

• • Tribe's home business booming (Eureka Reporter) 9/30/05

• • Federal fund awards $650,000 to Potawatomis (Shawnee News-Star) 9/30/05

• • County supports bill to extend Paskenta Band leases (Indianz.com) 9/29/05

• • 8(A)s still a hit with ANCs, tribally owned companies (Washington Technology) 9/26/05

• • First Nations, seniors gain from boom (Times Colonist) 9/15/05

• • Stevens to continue efforts to streamline Native funding (Anchorage Daily News) 9/14/05

• • Grant paves way for new chapter house (Farmington Daily Times) 9/14/05

• • Smoke sales point to tax problem, treasurer says (Oklahoman) 9/13/05

• • Yakamas probe business finances following ousting of tribal leaders (AP) 9/8/05

• • Economic change needed on reservations (Sioux Falls Argus Leader) 9/4/05

• • Navajo Nation president introduces $429 Capital Improvement Plan (Farmington Daily Times) 9/2/05

• • Poverty in Indian Country still higher than average (Indianz.com) 8/31/05

• • Crow Tribal Chairman: Development agent did nothing for the tribe (Great Falls Tribune) 8/29/05

• • Tribal governor's actions are questioned (Oklahoman) 8/29/05

• • IRS audits Morongo bonds (Riverside Press-Enterprise) 8/25/05

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• • ASRC's fortunes rebound (Anchorage Daily News) 8/24/05



• • Eastern Shawnees are seeing green (Youngstown Vindicator) 8/21/05

• • Ranch paying off for Seminoles (Tallahassee Democrat) 8/16/05

• • Crow Creek debt spurs IRS action (The Mitchell Republic) 8/13/05

• • Tribe opens new Growth Fund building (Pine River Times) 7/29/05

• • A land of opportunity (Denver Post) 7/25/05

• • Homer: Udall bill to limit tribal sovereignty (Indian Country Today) 7/21/05

• • Oneida Nation Loan to Lakota Fund Marks First Intertribal Community Development Financing (CSR Wire) 7/20/05

• • Pequots, Eastern chamber join to offer lower-cost prescriptions (Norwich Bulletin) 7/19/05

• • La Jolla tribe gets approval for Palomar Mountain bottled-water project (San Diego Union Tribune) 7/14/05

• • Company working on Pentagon contract (Bismarck Tribune) 7/12/05

• • Udall bill seeks small business development aid for Indian country (Indian Country Today) 7/5/05

• • Wi-Fi Installation Covers Entire Native American Reservation (Information Week) 6/29/05

• • NCAI's Hall praises Senate passage of energy bill (Indianz.com) 6/29/05

• • Tribe will offer prescriptions through mail (Maine Today) 6/29/05

• • Idaho senator inserts rider to kill salmon counting (Indianz.com) 6/24/05

• • Native American tourism gathering this week in Lac du Flambeau (The Rhinelander) 6/20/05

• • IRS alters policy on Native firms (Anchorage Daily News) 6/16/05

• • Indian Tribe's Future Seems Set in Cement (Wall Street Journal) 6/16/05

• • Indians lack access to legal services (Bismark Tribune) 6/14/05

• • Building trust: Construction in Indian country (Indian Country Today) 5/31/05

• • Crow Legislature OKs oil, gas lease agreement (Billings Gazette) 6/2/05

• • Pascua Yaquis get housing boost (Arizona Daily Star) 5/31/05

• • Senate approves $295B transportation measure (Indianz.com) 5/12/05

• • Tourism development in Neah Bay will include new mart, inn (Peninsula Daily) 5/10/05

• • Tribal entrepreneurs share their success (Argus Leader) 5/9/05

• • Tribe needs money for payment on ex-mine site at Crandon (Duluth News Tribune) 5/05/05

• • Bill Granting Tax Breaks for Tribal Resorts Clears Panel (Los Angeles Times) 4/28/05

• • Miss. Choctaws planning technology park (Sun Herald) 4/28/05

• • U.S. cannot block Internet gambling (Desert News) 4/8/05

• • Reintroduced bill would let tribes issue tax-free bonds (Contra Coast Times) 4/27/05

• • Defense rider targets Alaska Native contracting (Indianz.com) 4/25/05

• • Indians Investing, but Carefully, in Hollywood (The New York Times) 4/25/05 * requires login

• • Online cigarette sales are going up in smoke (Times Union) 4/19/05

• • Loop 101 driving businesses to tribe (Arizona Republic) 4/18/05

• • Tribe may owe IRS for resort (The Desert Sun) 4/14/05

• • Tribe sues over sheep habitat (The Desert Sun) 4/5/05

• • World Bank president visits Pine Ridge reservation (The Chadron Record) 4/6/05

• • Trouble for Online Vendors of Cigarettes (New York Times) 4/4/05 * requires login

• • Druggists criticize plan to reimport (Portsmounth Herald) 3/31/05

• • Canadian Indians to Sell Debt, Seek Same Rating as New York (Bloomberg.com) 3/24/05

• • Several Indian bands look at opening Rx outlets (Star Tribune) 3/5/05

• • More technology makes its way to the Navajo Nation (Farmington Daily Times) 2/22/05

• • CIRI invests in wireless licenses (Anchorage Daily News) 2/19/05

• • Gains on the reservations (Christian Science Monitor) 2/15/05

• • Tribal economic development conference underway (Indianz.com) 2/8/05

• • Rosebud gets USDA funds (Rapid City Journal) 2/7/05

• • America's Technology Innovators Join Tribal Leaders (U.S. Newswire) 2/4/05

• • Boosting Native lending (Indian Country Today) 2/1/05

• • Study: Tribes see dramatic financial gains (MSNBC) 1/31/05

• • Tribe eyes business development (Maine Today) 1/25/05

• • Tribal accords with state could boost cigarette sales on Peninsula (Penninsula Daily News) 1/10/05

• • Phone firm aims to connect poor, isolated on Navajo soil (Denver Post) 1/09/05

• • Starting a title plant (Indian Country Today) 1/4/05

 

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