Wednesday, October 6, 2010

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Federal Eye: BIA fails to reimburse Indian firefighters for boots (10/6)
Sen. Feinstein reportedly drafting a different land-into-trust fix (10/6)
Former Soboba Band chairman Salgado pleads guilty for bribes (10/6)
Senate hopeful promises support for Alaska Native sovereignty (10/6)
Missing Women inquiry seeks views from First Nations, families (10/6)
Alaska Native man competing for Cosmo's Bachelor of the Year (10/6)
Border city backs discrimination agreement with Navajo Nation (10/6)
Red Lake Nation secures $1M in funding for a community center (10/6)
Tigua Tribe getting economic development effort off the ground (10/6)
Havasupai Tribe evacuates tourists after flood in Grand Canyon (10/6)
Letter: Members of Crow Tribe should vote against water rights (10/6)
Editorial: Spirit Lake Dakotah Nation needs its own polling place (10/6)
Actor Adam Beach urges First Nations youth to pursue dreams (10/6)
Quechan man sentenced over murder at Gila River Reservation (10/6)
Supreme Court won't take on Schaghticoke recognition dispute (10/6)
New lawsuit filed to keep bald eagle on endangered species list (10/6)
Red Cliff Band hosts ground-breaking ceremony for new casino (10/6)
Agua Caliente Band eliminates two percent of casino workforce (10/6)
Editorial: Graton Rancheria casino plan takes toll on public trust (10/6)
Group prepares a second lawsuit over Graton Rancheria casino (10/6)
City files lawsuit against Pechanga Band for casino agreement (10/6)
IPR: Little Traverse Bay Bands might lower gambling age to 19 (10/6)
Charles Trimble: Lucy Covington, unsung hero in Colville battle (10/5)
John Thune: Celebrate Native Americans' Day in South Dakota (10/5)
Echo Hawk names Darren Cruzan as head of law enforcement (10/5)
Video: Jackie Johnson-Pata of NCAI at One Nation event in DC (10/5)
IHS patients in Arizona potentially exposed to deadly viruses (10/5)
9th Circuit backs rights of Frank's Landing Indian Community (10/5)
More headlines... www.indianz.com

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