Wednesday, December 1, 2010

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines

Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe sets inauguration for leaders (12/1)
Melvin Martin: Stereotypes remain alive and well in South Dakota (12/1)
Ken Salazar: Settlements fulfilling our promises in Indian Country (12/1)
CNC: Reaction from Elouise Cobell on final passage of settlement (12/1)
Cobell settlement heads to White House after clearing Congress (12/1)
Claims Settlement Act authorizes $460M Crow water settlement (12/1)
Pueblo tribes in New Mexico win approval for water settlements (12/1)
Alaska Native press for solutions to suicide in their communities (12/1)
White Mountain Apache Tribe searching for missing elder couple (12/1)
Kiowa woman helps raises awareness of HIV on World AIDS Day (12/1)
Blackfeet Nation resumes authority for law enforcement service (12/1)
Wampanoag treaty featured on back side or Sacagawea $1 coin (12/1)
Navajo Nation women's shelter stays unfinished amid legal feud (12/1)
Aquash murder suspect goes to trial in South Dakota state court (12/1)
Fire destroys Boys & Girls Club at Crow Creek Sioux Reservation (12/1)
Daily Yonder: Self-determination key to economic development (12/1)
Editorial: Cuts in federal hatchery funds will hurt Yakama Nation (12/1)
Indian canoe dating back 800 years uncovered at lake in Florida (12/1)
NPR: Black Indians exploring challenges of their hidden heritage (12/1)
Review: Hip-hop artists join campaign to release Leonard Peltier (12/1)
Editorial: New York governor hides deal for offreservation casino (12/1)
Editorial: Mississippi Choctaws stook up for their rights to casino (12/1)
Revenues shared from Saginaw Chippewa Tribe fell 8.25 percent (12/1)
Eastern Shawnee Tribe breaks ground on $85M gaming complex (12/1)
Little Traverse Bay Bands restructure $143M in debt from casino (12/1)
Agua Caliente Band closes poker room, makes lay-offs at casino (12/1)
House passes package with Cobell and tribal water settlements (11/30)
Mark Trahant: Obama administration optimistic for trust reform (11/30)
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