Monday, June 7, 2010

News from Indianz.Com

Tim Giago: June 25 marks the 134th anniversary of Bighorn (6/7)

House Resources Committee considers self-governance bill (6/7)

Opinion: Some justice for Indian Country in trust settlement (6/7)

New Cobell case judge backed Indian preference at Interior (6/7)

Lumbee Tribe kills controversial contract with lobbying firm (6/7)

Tulalip Tribes boost Census 2010 participation to 93 percent (6/7)

Billy Frank: Stillaguamish Tribe clean up a victory for treaty (6/7)

Robert Miller: Tribes and museums can create partnerships (6/7)

Marc Simmons: Kewa Pueblo returns to its traditional name (6/7)

Sports: Cherokee chief inducted into national wrestling hall (6/7)

Opinion: Indian education for all benefits many in Montana (6/7)

NPR: Native folk tales come to life in 'Trickster' comic novel (6/7)

Column: Stockbridge-Munsee won't lay claim to reservation (6/7)

Editorial: More housekeeping needed at Interior Department (6/7)

Appeals court rejects lawsuit over Graton Rancheria casino (6/7)

Editorial: Oklahoma tribes share casino revenues with state (6/7)

Opinion: Taking a huge gamble on gaming in Massachusetts (6/7)

Opinion: Learning lessons from tribal casinos in Connecticut (6/7)

Letter: Little River off-reservation casino good for economy (6/7)

Column: Malaysian firm with tribal links under investigation (6/7)

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