Thursday, January 13, 2011

News from Indianz.Com



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Headlines:

Native Sun News: Gold mining still causing problems in Black Hills (1/13)
Patty Talahongva: Yaqui man opens Arizona memorial with prayer (1/13)
Attorney: Yaqui man offers 'ugly' prayer during Arizona memorial (1/13)
In The Hoop: Meet America's newest overlords, indigenous people (1/13)
Barbara Munson: 'Indian' mascots harm children in public schools (1/13)
Police officer questioned over fatal shooting of Native woodcarver (1/13)
Tule River Tribe wins BIA approval of its land-into-trust application (1/13)
Leech Lake Band sets February recall election for council member (1/13)
Trial begins into shooting death linked to Indian gang in Nebraska (1/13)
Tribes host meeting on renewable energy and cultural resources (1/13)
Woman hit with second-degree murder charge on Navajo Nation (1/13)
Utah man accused of stealing more than $176K from Paiute Tribe (1/13)
MPR: FBI kills investigation of speech condemned by Sioux tribes (1/13)
County votes to file lawsuit against Cowlitz Tribe casino approval (1/13)
Stockbridge Munsee off-reservation gaming compact sent to BIA (1/13)
Tohono O'odham Nation updates plans for off-reservation casino (1/13)
Enterprise Rancheria waiting for BIA decision on casino proposal (1/13)
California tribes take different views on Internet gaming measure (1/13)
More headlines... www.indianz.com

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