Tuesday, January 4, 2011

News from Indianz.Com



Attorney fees an issue as Cobell settlement moves ahead in court (1/4)
Editorial: Byron Dorgan honored responsibilities to Indian nations (1/4)
James Joseph, hereditary Sauk-Suiattle chief, passes away at 70 (1/4)
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe mourns loss of housing director, elder (1/4)
Law Article: Sovereignty, jurisdiction and taxes in Indian Country (1/4)
Police offer $25K reward in murder of Eastern Pequot man in 2006 (1/4)
Seneca-Cayuga Tribe planning to reopen smoke shop in New York (1/4)
NPR: Artifacts from mound site in Indiana on display for first time (1/4)
Seneca Nation pushes rejection of Catskills off-reservation casino (1/4)
Editorial: Waiting for other shoe to drop on off-reservation casino (1/4)
Tribal gaming revenues in Washington grew 70 percent in 5 years (1/4)
Crosscut: Washington may turn to gaming to address budget woes (1/4)
Mark Trahant: Indian health care a GOP target in the new Congress (1/3)
Tim Giago: Sunday night movies at boarding school in South Dakota (1/3)
Charles Trimble: Urban Indians put on Christmas pageant in Denver (1/3)
Vi Waln: Tribal identification cards deserve recognition everywhere (1/3)
Janice Boswell: Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes face a brighter future (1/3)
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin: Saying bye and thanks to South Dakota (1/3)
Shoshone-Bannock landowner not optimistic on trust reform at DOI (1/3)
Turtle Talk: The top 10 most read Indian law stories in the last year (1/3)
Andrea Carmen: Implementing the UN indigenous rights declaration (1/3)
Suzanne Jasper: Same old language from the Obama administration (1/3)
CNC: Indian Country reflects on a major year and looks to the future (1/3)
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