Wednesday, September 15, 2010

News from Indianz.Com


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FBI report lists crime data from tribal law enforcement agencies (9/15)
Editorial: Indian Country law enforcement a 'mockery of justice' (9/15)
Steven Newcomb: Taos Pueblo prevailed in fight for sacred lake (9/15)
New York court lifts injunction against state's tobacco tax effort (9/15)
Yakama Nation collaborates closely with local law enforcement (9/15)
Muscogee Nation cites long history with U.S. Marshals Service (9/15)
VOA: Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe sees removal of dams realized (9/15)
Tribal spiritual leaders oppose solar energy plant at sacred site (9/15)
Navajo Nation Supreme Court bars college president from post (9/15)
Tulalip Tribes introduce wild turkeys to reservation for hunting (9/15)
Editorial: Blood Run an ideal site for state park in South Dakota (9/15)
Column: Tribal sovereignty and mixed martial arts competition (9/15)
Mohegan Tribe eliminates hundreds of positions from its casino (9/15)
Nevada gaming board blames tribes for big decline in revenues (9/15)
Non-Indian businesses in Minnesota make push for video slots (9/15)
IHS sends investigator to review concerns at North Dakota clinic (9/14)
Chester Cayou, longtime Swinomish leader, passes away at 88 (9/14)
Employees fight management of economic development group (9/14)
Colorado River Indian Tribes evict non-Indian at recreation area (9/14)
One group gets permit to hold Shiprock parade on Navajo Nation (9/14)
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe telecom firm offers settlement to Sprint (9/14)

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