Thursday, January 15, 2009

13 & 14 Jan 2009: News from Indianz.Com

Witness list for Senate hearing on tribal economies (1/14)

Confirmation hearing for Interior pick Salazar (1/14)

Jodi Rave: Series on Indian lawmakers in Montana (1/14)

Yellow Bird: Reviving the horse culture in the Plains (1/14)

Seneca Nation prepares for 'worst' in tax dispute (1/14)

Cherokee chief defends Obama inaugural donation (1/14)

Editorial: Suicide and abuse in Alaska Native villages (1/14)

Youngest Alaska Native corporation executive (1/14)

Blackfeet men charged under Adam Walsh Act (1/14)

Crow Creek Sioux leaders indicted for bribery (1/14)

Opinion: What's so bad about lobbyists, anyway? (1/14)

Turtle Talk: No circuit split on Indian gaming case (1/14)

NIGC asked to wait for Obama before taking action (1/14)

Tigua Tribe gets backing for reopening of casino (1/14)

Land-into-trust case awaits Supreme Court action (1/13)

Turtle Talk: More thoughts on land-into-trust cases (1/13)

South Dakota tribe publishes last newspaper issue (1/13)

High Country: Blood quantum threatens tribes (1/13)

San Pasqual Band denies vote to disputed group (1/13)

San Manuel Band votes to banish two convicts (1/13)

Skokomish Tribe signs settlement over dams (1/13)

Helen Cedar Tree, oldest Arapaho, dies at 96 (1/13)

Navajo water settlement in omnibus lands bill (1/13)

Cayuga Nation seeks halt to tobacco prosecution (1/13)

Non-Indians complain about proposed soda tax (1/13)

Mashpee Wampanoag leaders won't seek re-election (1/13)

Navajo Nation police shootout leaves man dead (1/13)

Editorial: Sex offenders on Blackfeet Nation (1/13)

Blog: Climate change affects Northwest tribes (1/13)

Mismanagement at Canada's Indian department (1/13)

Economy an issue at California gaming conference (1/13)

Eastern Cherokees to cut about 100 jobs at casino (1/13)

Editorial: Mohegan pay cuts better than job cuts (1/13)

Column: Poarch Creek casino will worsen problems (1/13)

Pascua Yaqui Tribe settles poker room lawsuit (1/13)

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