Thursday, October 7, 2010

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Native Sun News: Cancer is number two killer in Indian Country (10/7)
Another IHS clinic concerned about exposure to deadly viruses (10/7)
New Mexico tribe suffers major damage in weekend hail storm (10/7)
Column: Navajo Nation candidate blasts alcoholism allegations (10/7)
The Inlander: Health care reform stirs change in Indian Country (10/7)
Turtle Talk: New Justice Breyer book discusses Cherokee cases (10/7)
Republican lawmaker criticizes $6M for Oklahoma Indian center (10/7)
Judge bars county from pursuing Cayuga Nation tobacco sales (10/7)
Seneca Nation to spend up to $1M on mailers for state election (10/7)
Lac du Flambeau Band returns former president to top position (10/7)
Sault Tribe members barred from jury in case against ex-leader (10/7)
Another school in Wisconsin agrees to remove 'Indians' mascot (10/7)
Moapa Band of Paiutes oppose expansion of power plant landfill (10/7)
Meskwaki Tribe studies feasibility of wind power on reservation (10/7)
Presbyterians plan apology for 1763 massacre in Pennsylvania (10/7)
Editorial: More disappointment for Lumbee Tribe on recognition (10/7)
Man with Apache ancestry sentenced over immigration charge (10/7)
Oregon board meets to consider new names for 'squaw' places (10/7)
Officer among nine charged with attack at home on First Nation (10/7)
New York governor threatens to terminate Seneca gaming deal (10/7)
Mescalero Apache Nation against Jemez off-reservation casino (10/7)
Law Article: Say goodbye to simple financing for Indian gaming (10/7)
7th Circuit hears Lac du Flambeau casino debt case this month (10/7)
Supreme Court won't hear lawsuit over disputed casino jackpot (10/7)
Letter: Responding to article about Habematolel Pomo compact (10/7)
Native Sun News: Unofficial results of Oglala Sioux primary vote (10/6)
Autopsy: Native carver was shot four times in his side by officer (10/6)
Federal Eye: BIA fails to reimburse Indian firefighters for boots (10/6)
More headlines... www.indianz.com

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