Thursday, October 14, 2010

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Ray Wahnihtiio Cook: Oneida Nation sovereignty lives in people (10/14)
US Attorney recused in Crow Creek Sioux Tribe chairman's case (10/14)
Echo Hawk to testify at hearing on Indian transportation issues (10/14)
Opinion: Strong ethics and just salary needed for Soboba Band (10/14)
Ute Tribe leaders remove chairman after second recall election (10/14)
Authorities call off search for missing fisherman from Hoh Tribe (10/14)
Professor: Republican Party's role in genocide of Native people (10/14)
MPR: White Earth Band wants more control of law enforcement (10/14)
MPR: Prairie Island Indian Community loses fight on nuke plant (10/14)
Ute man convicted in daughter's death sentenced for violation (10/14)
Editorial: Good reasons to end moratorium on off-shore drilling (10/14)
Republican candidate threatens to shut Oneida Nation's casino (10/14)
Mississippi Choctaws set to hire over 300 people at new casino (10/14)
Native Sun News: Thousands drawn to 24th Black Hills Powwow (10/13)
Doug George-Kanentiio: Oneida Nation sovereignty an 'illusion' (10/13)
Turtle Talk: Native women's groups divided in prostitution case (10/13)
Counties eager to argue Oneida Nation case at Supreme Court (10/13)
Settlement reportedly near in Indian farmer discrimination suit (10/13)
Norman Pico, longtime Pechanga Band leader, passes on at 70 (10/13)
Winfred Red Cloud, Oglala Sioux Tribe elder, passes away at 60 (10/13)
Duane Big Eagle, chairman of Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, arrested (10/13)
Sen. Dorgan backs Spirit Lake Dakotah Nation in voting dispute (10/13)
Series: Drug dealers using Fort Apache Reservation as a haven (10/13)
Tribes and Alaska Natives fail to report spending from stimulus (10/13)
Special news package in Science focuses on repatriation issues (10/13)
Blog: Iowa Native American Affairs Commission takes up ICWA (10/13)
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