Wednesday, July 14, 2010

News from Indianz.Com


Iroquois lacrosse team plans to board flight to world tournament (7/14)

Sports Illustrated: Lacrosse a centerpiece of Iroquois way of life (7/14)

Turtle Talk: A State Department payback on Iroquois passports? (7/14)

Yellow Bird: Indian reservation roads in desperate need of work (7/14)

Navajo soldier from Arizona succumbs to injuries in Afghanistan (7/14)

Tribal Law and Order Act boosts tribal court sentencing authority (7/14)

Tribal leaders meet in DC to lobby for fix to land-into-trustruling (7/14)

Mechoopda Tribe weighs move after losing gaming land decision (7/14)

Column: Pueblo leaders clean up at economic development firm (7/14)

Michael Preston: Winnemem Wintu Tribe aims to protect culture (7/14)

Youth suicide prevention discussed at Honoring Life Conference (7/14)

White Earth officers arrest three during protest at headquarters (7/14)

Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe reaches law enforcement agreement (7/14)

Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone buries skull left in dumpster (7/14)

Pascua Yaqui Tribe upset by closure of public elementary (7/14)

Editorial: Native Hawaiian recognition bill offers best protections (7/14)

Editorial: Interior right to impose moratorium on offshore drilling (7/14)

State officials send another letter on Mississippi Choctaw casino (7/14)

Guidiville Band prepared to start with Class II at Bay Area casino (7/14)

Company sues Pinoleville Pomo Nation over casino impact study (7/14)

Editorial: Community supports Little River off-reservation casino (7/14)

Massachusetts governor eyes compromise on casino legislation (7/14)

Editorial: Lawmakers in North Carolina close a gaming 'loophole' (7/14)

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