Wednesday, September 8, 2010

News from Indianz.Com


Senate Indian Affairs Committee sets field hearing on BIE schools (9/8)

Native leaders seek inquiry of police shooting of traditional carver (9/8)

Federal judge extends order against state tobacco taxation effort (9/8)

NPR: New York tribes battle to protect tobacco industry from taxes (9/8)

United Tribes of North Dakota ready to begin 14th annual meeting (9/8)

Two entities competing to host big Shiprock Fair on Navajo Nation (9/8)

Discrimination commission clears restaurant of alleged Indian bias (9/8)

Group makes plans for center to serve Santa Fe Indian community (9/8)

Researchers win grant to study Indian genetics and cancer drugs (9/8)

New Mexico tribes get $610K grants for Special Diabetes program (9/8)

Suspended chairman of Ute Tribe narrowly survives recall election (9/8)

At least three candidates run for principal chief of Cherokee Nation (9/8)

Poarch Creek council incumbents hang onto seats in runoff election (9/8)

Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe set to open $1.7M convenience center (9/8)

Blood Tribe receives $50M in royalties for oil and gas development (9/8)

Oregon governor supports off-reservation casino for Warm Springs (9/8)

Wyandotte Nation adds to land for off-reservation casino in Kansas (9/8)

Law Article: The Obama administration and off-reservation gaming (9/8)

Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association wraps up annual convention (9/8)

Charles Trimble: Identifying friends and enemies in Washington DC (9/7)

Saginaw Grant criticized for role in 'Cowboys and Findians' episode (9/7)

Puyallup Tribe to commemorate treaty rights on raid's anniversary (9/7)

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