Monday, November 8, 2010

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Tim Giago: Obama's point man on health reform thrown under bus (11/8)
Charles Trimble: Racism should be behind us all in Indian Country (11/8)
Harold Monteau: Alaska Native corporations facing more criticism (11/8)
Lisa Snell: Sacheen Littlefeather paid the price for Indian activism (11/8)
UTTC to host informational meeting about Keepseagle settlement (11/8)
Argus Leader: 'Growing up Indian' on South Dakota's reservations (11/8)
Purcell Powless, former Oneida Nation chairman, passes on at 84 (11/8)
Anna Prieto Sandoval, former chair of Sycuan Band, passes at 76 (11/8)
Voters in Alaska Native villages critical for Lisa Murkowski victory (11/8)
Dry Creek Rancheria re-elects Harvey Hopkins to chairman's post (11/8)
Mohawks on both sides of border work to combat 'hillbilly heroin' (11/8)
One remains hospitalized after fatal shootout on Red Lake Nation (11/8)
Otoe-Missouria Tribe sees boost in enrollment with blood change (11/8)
Confederated Tribes of the Lower Rogue seek federal recognition (11/8)
Opinion: Alaska Native culture must change as the world changes (11/8)
Editorial: Time needed to assess dental therapy in Native villages (11/8)
Book Review: Jim Thorpe's life being told in 'Native American Son' (11/8)
Book Review: Politics and prejudices in 'The Killing of Crazy Horse' (11/8)
VOA News: NMAI offers contemporary Native art in 'Vantage Point' (11/8)
Art Review: Love for Native art in NMAI 'Infinity of Nations' exhibit (11/8)
Bay Mills Indian Community defends legality of gaming operation (11/8)
Jemez Pueblo hopeful for second review of off-reservation casino (11/8)
Soo Tribe went through hard times as commercial casino faltered (11/8)
Letter: Mississippi Choctaws generating jobs with gaming facility (11/8)
Native Sun News: Chasing Cheyenne River storm recovery money (11/5)
More headlines... www.indianz.com

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