Tuesday, October 5, 2010

News from Indianz.Com



Charles Trimble: Lucy Covington, unsung hero in Colville battle (10/5)
John Thune: Celebrate Native Americans' Day in South Dakota (10/5)
IHS patients in Arizona potentially exposed to deadly viruses (10/5)
Montana tribe's employees out of their jobs after court ruling (10/5)
BIA approves land-into-trust application for Graton Rancheria (10/5)
Tim Giago: The 'disguised patriots' of the Tea Party movement (10/4)
Elouise Cobell provides update about state of trust settlement (10/4)
Cobell worried about ties to African-American farmers lawsuit (10/4)
Mark Trahant: Austerity is the future for government spending (10/4)
Steven Newcomb: Mayor a threat to New York tribes on taxes (10/4)
NCAIED announces recipients of Native American 40 Under 40 (10/4)
Board in Washington opens probe into shooting of Native man (10/4)
Editorial: Reservations need more law enforcement resources (10/4)
Editorial: Study reveals high rates of violence against women (10/4)
Alaska Native firms propose government contracting reforms (10/4)
Alaska Native corporation drops bid to take over troubled firm (10/4)
Former Laguna Pueblo corporation employee enters plea deal (10/4)
Oglala Sioux Tribe's historic preservation office monitors work (10/4)
Little Traverse Bay Bands considers change in council salaries (10/4)
Lac du Flambeau Band gets approval of water quality program (10/4)
Shinneock Nation surprised by favorable ruling for recognition (10/4)
Hopes dimming for approval of Lumbee Tribe's recognition bill (10/4)
Mohawk Council of Akwesasne opposes nuclear waste transfer (10/4)
US offers apology to Guatemala for conducting STD experiment (10/4)
Tohono O'odham Nation seeks IGRA exception in bid for casino (10/4)
Gaming leader links casino woes in Nevada to California tribes (10/4)
Pokagon Band sees drop in slot machine revenue for first time (10/4)
Opinion: Tribes in Wisconsin should adopt smoke-free policies (10/4)
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