Saturday, September 26, 2009

This Week from Indian Country Today

NIGC's Hogen to retire; Skibine to be interim chair
WASHINGTON – Phil Hogen, chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission will be stepping down after nine years on the job. Read more »

Headlines

Blumenthal files amicus brief
Dorgan’s ‘Carcieri fix’ introduced to Senate
Conference focuses on opportunities for health care reform
Tribal environmental employee selected for national committee
North Dakota tribes urge settlement in Keepseagle case
Tackling the tax of tribal health care benefits
Tribes ‘oversubscribed’ to bonding authority program
Cherokee history is new focus in southeast Tennessee
The land of many welcomes
Crews save ocean life by cleaning up lost gear
NIGC's Hogen to retire; Skibine to be interim chair
Fellowship focuses on conservation
Redskins litigants press Supreme Court action
Awarding eagle feathers at graduation ceremony stirs controversy
Translated NC mission records describe tribal life
Boise woman works to protect American Indian site
NIGC offers new database for background information
Onondaga ceremonially buries 180 ancient ones after repatriation
Urban Natives rally to keep Seattle OICW office open
$2 million housing grant, new tribal court help build Mashpee Wampanoag nation
Determining fate of looted relics could take years
School dress code proves a hardship for US tribe
The land of many welcomes
Silver Reef takes on a college air with training program
Stimulus money will fund habitat restoration projects

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Opinion

Trimble: From ‘Untied’ to United?

Two years ago my wife and I vacationed in France, although I had some apprehension about the trip. For many years I had a general dislike for the French. I had the impression that they hated Americans, and had heard that the French don’t really like anyone except the French. As a matter of fact I had the impression that no European country liked any other European country very much. Read more »

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