Wednesday, October 8, 2008

News from Indianz.Com

Yellow Bird: Respect for elders seems to be fading (10/8)

Attorneys at 'impasse' for land-into-trust arguments (10/8)

9th Circuit rebuffs Snoqualmie Tribe on sacred site (10/8)

Constitutional an issue in land-into-trust lawsuits (10/8)

Cherokee Nation prepares guide for tribal voters (10/8)

New Mexico owes Indian veterans $2M in taxes (10/8)

Lac Du Flambeau Band ousts incumbent president (10/8)

Tonto Apache chair quits rather than face removal (10/8)

Pine Ridge family hopes to move into new home (10/8)

Settlement reached over Red Lake school shootings (10/8)

Shakopee woman finds success with bison ranch (10/8)

Chippewa Cree Tribe heads to general election (10/8)

BIA weighs faster review of Shinnecock recognition (10/8)

Judge blocks Muckleshoots from Duwamish case (10/8)

Editorial: Recognition for Virginia's tribes (10/8)

Art Review: Indian dresses at NMAI in New York (10/8)

Bailout helps troubled First Nations University (10/8)

Former governor Janklow pleads to accident (10/8)

9th Circuit allows San Pasqual compact lawsuit (10/8)

Experts predict good business for Florida tribes (10/8)

Quechan Nation keeps gaming expansion afloat (10/8)

Arizona tribes increase betting limits on slot machines (10/8)

Column: No retaliation for union at Pequot casino (10/8)

Opinion: Connecticut casinos run out of suckers (10/8)

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