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• • Tribe shows off new health clinic (Petroskey News Review) 12/14/05

• • Tribe harmed by fire still waits for help (Reno Gazette Journal) 12/06/05

• • From Leech Lake, a cry to ensure a future (Minneapolis Star Triune) 12/05/05

• • World AIDS Day event held at Din College (Farmington Daily) 12/02/05

• • Doctor's heart improves care (Daily Advertiser) 11/28/05

• • Guest opinion: Montanans must solve meth problems together (Billings Gazette) 11/26/05

• • Rural health aides say dental association ignores reality (AP) 11/23/05

• • Meetings discuss Nome's missing or dead (Anchorage Daily News) 11/20/05

• • Man who knows too well, teaches life is a precious gift (Sioux City Journal) 11/18/05

• • Pechanga makes generous donation to Boys & Girls clubs (North County Times) 11/18/05

• • Wealthiest counties also healthiest, study says (Green Bay Press-Gazette) 11/15/05

• • Group fights violence against tribal women (Oklahoman) 11/14/05

• • Indians will meet with Duluth chief, mayor (Minneapolis Star Tribune) 11/8/05

• • New Bemidji center is focused on domestic violence (Minneapolis Star Tribune) 11/8/05

• • A Discussion on Meth in Indian Country (New West) 11/7/05

• • Indian Country: Domestic violence in epidemic proportions (Santa Fe New Mexican) 11/8/05<

• • Traditional shawl gets an update to promote cancer awareness (AP) 11/6/05

• • Washoe tribe joins war on drugs in Carson City (Bonanza News Service) 10/30/05

• • Washoe tribe joins war on drugs in Carson City (Bonanza News Service) 10/30/05

• • Reopening of Boys and Girls Club celebrated (Farmington Daily Times) 10/31/05

• • Gazette opinion: Breaking the circle of violence (Billings Gazette) 10/26/05

• • Tribal leader joins fight against meth (Billings Gazette) 10/26/05

• • Jodi Rave, 10-22: IHS needs surgery (Rapid City Journal) 10/22/05

• • Hannahville community fights back against domestic violence (Escanaba Daily Press) 10/21/05

• • New Diabetes Drug Poses Major Risks, Panel Says (Washington Post) 10/21/05

• • Tribe counting on new facility to lift members' overall health (Seattle Times) 10/17/05

• • American Indians and Alaska Natives Have Higher Rates of Some Cancers (U.S. Medicine) 10/11/05

• • Indians turn back troops (Denver Post) 10/11/05

• • Summit covers meth in S.D. (Argus Leader) 10/7/05

• • Summit covers meth in S.D. (Sioux Falls Argus Leader) 10/7/05

• • State, BIA sign pact (Gallup Independent) 10/5/05

• • Senate renews Violence Against Women Act (Indianz.com) 10/5/05

• • IHS defends budget in Aberdeen area (Indianz.com) 10/3/05

• • NAIHC expands program to deal with meth problem (Indianz.com) 9/29/05

• • Rehabilitation center coming to Shiprock area (Farmington Daily Times) 9/29/05

• • Justice Department Announces Safety for Indian Women from Sexual Assault Offenders, Demonstration Initiative Sites (DOJ) 9/21/05

• • Boni lashes out at community over illness (Apache Moccasin) 9/20/05

• • Red Lake lawsuits readied against school and state (Minneapolis Star Tribune) 9/17/05

• • Tribes move to contain anthrax (Great Falls Tribune) 9/16/05

• • Our Opinion: Renew, expand domestic violence bill (Tucson Citizen) 9/12/05

• • While people suffer, IHS reserves funds (Indian Country Today) 9/12/05

• • Katrina's Forgotten Victims: Native American Tribes (Pacific News Service) 9/11/05

• • Renewing act a priority for Indian Country (Great Falls Tribune) 9/11/05

• • Groups seek protections for women (Great Falls Tribune) 9/9/05

• • Childhood Obesity Off the Scale in California (Los Angeles Times) 9/9/05

• • Abuse bill aims to better protect Indian women (Sioux Falls Argus Leader) 9/6/05

• • HHS secretary promotes Medicare drug benefit (Indianz.com) 7/27/05

• • Red Lake, feds at odds over pace of recovery help (Star Tribune) 8/29/05

• • 9th Circuit rules against tribe in California ICWA case (Indianz.com) 7/20/05

• • Indian health needs outlined (Bismarck Tribune) 7/15/05

• • Hearing on Indian Health Care Improvement Act (Indianz.com) 7/13/05

• • AIDS takes a growing toll on Native Americans (The Arizona Republic) 7/3/05

• • Coburn fails to get Indian health care funding (The Oklahoman) 6/29/05

• • IHS, SAMHSA host behavioral health conference (Indianz.com) 6/21/05

• • Tribes unite to boost child-welfare training (Green Bay Press) 6/16/05

• • HHS holds tribal consultation session in Denver (Indianz.com) 6/8/05

• • Wellness program producing WiseWomen at Fallon tribe (Lahontan Valley News) 5/27/05

• • Tribal leaders, assistant health secretary meet in Valley Center (North County Times) 5/23/05

• • Bids open on health center (Argus Leader) 5/20/05

• • Tribal leaders push for health care money (The Olympian) 5/19/05

• • Greatest need is new housing, Indians say (Argus Leader) 5/15/05

• • IHS fails sexual assault victims (Indian Country Today) 5/5/05

• • Feds freezing funds for Tulalip housing (Seattle Times) 4/28/05

• • HUD approves Indian area expansion for five tribes (HUD) 4/27/05

• • GAO Report Says Federal Government Not Doing Enough to Monitor Law for Indian Children (Civilrights.org) 4/26/05

• • Difficulties in Native health care (Indian Country Today) 4/26/05

• • Senate committee plans hearing on Indian suicides (Indianz.com) 4/26/05

• • Asbestos plan angers Manitoba native leader (CBC) 4/27/05

• • First Lady's Phoenix visit has focus on Indian youths (The Arizona Republic) 4/26/05

• • Lower Elwha plan clinic expansion complete with trails, restaurant, amphitheater (Peninsula Daily News) 4/18/05

• • Tribes attempt to curb teen suicides (Aberdeen News) 4/17/05

• • Contracts still an issue despite Supreme Court win (Indianz.com) 4/14/05

• • GAO calls for better state data in ICWA cases (Indianz.com) 4/8/05

• • Tribes feud over state housing funds (Union Democrat) 4/7/05

• • Healing compensation weighed (Desert News) 3/24/05

• • 2006 housing aid targeted for draconian cuts (Indian Country Today) 3/16/05

• • Inside The Indian Child Welfare Act (KELO) 2/27/05

• • Bush official puts positive spin on budget numbers (Indianz.com) 2/9/05

• • State House votes to make ban on new nursing home beds permanent (Aberdeen News) 2/7/05

• • Bingaman asks HHS secretary to help urban Indians (Indianz.com) 2/3/05

• • State law, federal law conflict [ICWA] (Farmington Daily Times) 1/28/05

• • Native management of assistance funds may stay (Alaska Journal of Commerce) 1/17/05

• • Bad-tooth troopers (Anchorage Daily News) 1/11/05

• • High court rules in Indian child-abuse case (Aberdeen News) 1/7/05

 

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