Wednesday, February 2, 2011

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Johnny Alfred, Code Talker from Navajo Nation, passes away at 91 (2/2)
Cobell team holding meetings across Indian Country for settlement (2/2)
Cobell attorneys detail request for $223M fees for 14 years of work (2/2)
Column: Putting Native youth in Native homes doesn't always work (2/2)
Authorities investigating homicide of First Nations teenage girl, 17 (2/2)
US Attorney in Minnesota adds resources to fight reservation crime (2/2)
Sen. Inouye won't accept earmarks in appropriations for two years (2/2)
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe helps county unemployment rate stay low (2/2)
County settles federal recognition case with Mishewal Wappo Tribe (2/2)
Lobbying firm that works for California tribes agrees to a $30K fine (2/2)
Arizona governor signs Tohono O'odham off-reservation casino bill (2/2)
City staying away from litigation over Cowlitz Tribe casino project (2/2)
Eastern Band teaches teenagers how to manage gaming payment (2/2)
Cherokee Nation closes part of casino after roof collapses in storm (2/2)
Ray Cook: A bit of censorship in Tim Giago's rewrite of NAJA history (2/1)
Veterans Affairs establishes Office of Tribal Government Relations (2/1)
Investigation continues in deaths of three from Yankton Sioux Tribe (2/1)
Authorities holding back details into death of Cowichan teenage girl (2/1)
Echo Hawk decision allows ouster of dozens from San Pasqual Band (2/1)
ProPublica: Alaska Native corporations giving work to outside firms (2/1)
KUOW: Tulalip woman and son upset with prosecution in tribal court (2/1)
Chief of Muscogee Nation to veto resolutions affecting tribal courts (2/1)
Morongo Band woman enjoyed meeting with Obama at White House (2/1)
Woodard: HUD grant aims to boost Pine Ridge Reservation economy (2/1)
Quechan Nation seeking preliminary injunction against solar project (2/1)
Wesleyan University working to comply with NAGPRA after 20 years (2/1)
Communities seek to modify Navajo Nation water rights settlement (2/1)
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