Thursday, June 25, 2009

News from Indianz.Com


Charles Trimble: Indian affairs rife for comedy (6/25)

DOI to host swearing-in ceremony for EchoHawk(6/25)

Senate Indian Affairs hearing on Law and Order (6/25)

House Resources Committee hearing on IHCIA (6/25)

New cutoff in land-into-trust litigation is 1983 (6/25)

Jobs: AMERIND CEO, Chickasaw Nation director (6/25)

Harold Monteau: DOJ, crime and Indian Country (6/25)

Dean Suagee: Tribal plans for energy revolution (6/25)

Matthew Martin, Navajo Code Talker, dies at 84 (6/25)

Judge asked to mediate Navajo trust fund case (6/25)

First Nations declare emergency over swine flu (6/25)

Native women take aim at domestic violence (6/25)

Mayor was charged with 1948 rape of Native girl (6/25)

Border station still closed after Mohawk protest (6/25)

Oglala woman a cancer survivor after 53 years (6/25)

Delaware Tribe awaits answer on recognition (6/25)

Coquille Tribe celebrates federal restoration (6/25)

Rosebud man takes chief diversity officer post (6/25)

Defendants in artifact theft linked to scheme (6/25)

Opinion: Alaska Native language immersion (6/25)

Opinion: Peruvian Indians fight for the planet (6/25)

City fights Tohono O'odham off-reservation casino (6/25)

Pojoaque Pueblo misses casino bond payment (6/25)

Tribal casinos ranked on 'Satisfaction' survey (6/25)

South Dakota tribes out 'millions' over slot limits (6/25)

Column: Let Narragansett Tribe operate racino (6/25)

Column: Pala Band casino billboard goes dark (6/25)

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