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Articles are arranged from most recent (December) to least recent (January) for this particular year and topic.


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• • Council members sworn in at Southern Ute Tribe ceremony (Shawano Leader) 12/14/05

• • Snowbowl lawsuit straining Babbitt's rapport with tribes (Arizona Republic) 12/10/05

• • Appeals court to consider Narragansett sovereignty (Indianz.com) 12/07/05

• • The Flooding of Winnemem Wintu Tribe Sacred Sites (Epoch Times) 12/01/05

• • Journal editorial, 11-27: Preserving Bear Butte (Rapid City Journal) 11/27/05

• • Cultural society works to preserve sacred Cherokee land (Knight Ridder Newspapers) 11/23/05

• • Land plan prompts lawsuit (St. Marie's Gazette Record) 11/10/05

• • Heritage Trail Gains Markers (Northwest Arkansas Morning Sun) 11/9/05

• • Proposed bar near Bear Butte still under fire (Indianz.com) 10/31/05

• • Santa Fe Ski defends new chairlift (Santa Fe New Mexican) 10/29/05

• • Freeway leg near sacred site (Arizona Republic) 10/27/05

• • Commerce and Religion Collide on a Mountainside (New York Times) 10/24/05

• • Sweeney Center Digs - Experts: Remains may not be Tesuque's (Santa Fe New Mexican) 10/21/05

• • Headless mummy predating Incas found in Lima (Reuters) 10/20/05

• • FBI investigates theft of ceremonial tomahawk (AP) 10/18/05

• • Children of both emigrants and Indians are heirs of a sacred land (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 10/16/05

• • Law will keep state's sacred tribal sites under wraps (North County Times) 10/13/05

• • Chambers declared historic landmark (Farmington Daily Times) 10/13/05

• • Will Peaks become religious monument? (Arizona Daily Sun) 10/9/05

• • Tribes criticize Forest Service during hearing on snowmaking (Arizona Republic) 10/7/05

• • Ruling may clear tower backlog (Bismarck Tribune) 10/7/05

• • Tribes criticize Forest Service during hearing on snowmaking (Arizona Republic) 10/7/05

• • Geothermal project put on hold (Mt. Shasta News) 10/5/05

• • State sues tribe over reburial (Seattle Times) 10/5/05

• • Gregory Canyon dealt blow in court (North County Times) 10/5/05

• • Supreme Court won't hear sacred site challenge (Indianz.com) 10/4/05

• • Old human bones found near highway in Pacific County (Wallowa County Chieftain) 9/29/05

• • Tribes, state differ on lands designation (Seattle Times) 9/30/05

• • Va. high court hears reservoir case (Hampton Roads Daily Press) 9/15/05

• • Save Wallowa Lake site (Oregonian) 9/14/05

• • New civic center disturbs remains (Indian Country Today) 9/12/05

• • Tribes, owner clash over Marr property (Wallowa County Chieftan) 9/8/05

• • Tribe standoff site goes on block in Gresham (AP) 9/6/05

• • Headdress returned to Cheyenne and Arapaho tribe of Oklahoma (woodtv.com) 9/2/05

• • Air station, native tribes in accord (Beaufort Gazette) 9/1/05

• • Tiguas watch NM site excavated (El Paso Times) 8/29/05

• • Buck says tribe, state should return to March land swap offer (Peninsula Daily News) 8/17/05

• • Sand Mountain illustrates folly of sacred markers (Lahontan Valley News) 8/17/05

• • Boulder puts off developing land near Indian grounds, cemetery (Denver Post ) 8/17/05

• • Washington tribe sues to rebury hundreds of ancestors (Indianz.com) 8/15/05

• • Court limits lawsuits under historic preservation act (Indianz.com) 8/10/05

• • State agrees to buy mound land (Tallahassee Democrat) 8/10/05

• • Catholic hospital adds room for Indians (Bismarck Tribune) 7/29/05

• • Judge tosses tribe's Kitt Peak lawsuit (Arizona Daily Star) 7/29/05

• • Bush administration opposes NAGPRA amendment (Indianz.com) 7/29/05

• • Fate of Kennewick Man study unclear (The Seattle Times) 7/15/05

• • Tulalips to powwow over park concerns (The Daily Herald) 7/14/05

• • Protecting offshore relics (San Diego Union Tribune) 7/13/05

• • Scientists ponder who -- or what -- killed Kennewick Man (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 7/11/05

• • Hopi to sue Forest Service (The Gallup Independent) 7/7/05

• • B. Babbitt added to Snowbowl legal team (Arizona Daily Sun) 7/1/05

• • Tulalips lay claim to park (Everett Herald) 6/23/04

• • Derby Woods called a 'sacred landscape' (The Becon Villager) 6/23/05

• • In the Desert, a Soul's Journey vs. Water Risk (L.A. Times) 6/21/05

• • Mich. American Indian Carvings in Danger (Washington Post) 6/21/05

• • Picuris Pueblo Allowed To Collect Clay for Art, Ceremonies (ABQ Journal) 6/19/05

• • Construction of Kitt Peak telescope complex halted (Arizona Daily Star) 6/17/05

• • Fifteen graves found in Neenah (Post-Crescent) 5/12/05

• • Neenah burial ground studied (Post-Crescent) 4/27/05

• • 'Extinct' First Nation gets ancestral bones back (CBC) 4/27/05

• • Environmentalists, tribes appeal Snowbowl snowmaking decision (Arizona Daily Star) 4/25/05

• • Devils Tower name met with lack of enthusiasm (Billings Gazette) 4/17/05

• • Scientists again protest Senate bill to change Indian graves law (Corvallis Gazette-Times) 4/8/05

• • Climbers wary of renaming tower (Rapid City Journal) 4/8/05

• • Skis carve a path of controversy in Arizona (The Christian Science Monitor) 3/30/05

• • Arizona Sounds Water Alarm (L.A. Times) 3/21/05

• • U-M set to turn over artifacts to tribe (Lansing State Journal) 3/18/05

• • Sacred peaks to be defiled by wastewater in the name of tourism (Indian Country Today) 3/15/05

• • Snowbowl can make own snow (The Arizona Republic) 3/9/05

• • Tribe sees dam plan as cultural genocide (San Francisco Chronicle) 2/27/05

• • Sacred site policy at Rainbow Bridge to stand (Indianz.com) 2/23/05

• • California sacred lands law triggers $50 million NAFTA claim (San Deigo Union-Tribune) 2/22/05

• • Judge tells climbers to keep off Cave Rock (Reno Gazette-Journal) 1/31/05

• • Riches extend tribe's reach (Sacraento Bee) 1/17/05

 

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