Friday, February 4, 2011

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Delphine Red Shirt: Giago's newspaper gives voice to Indian writers (2/4)
Elouise Cobell to visit Navajo Nation to talk about $3.4B settlement (2/4)
Opinion: Eliminating the BIA, the IHS and all other Indian programs (2/4)
Oneida Nation submits arguments to 2nd Circuit in foreclosure case (2/4)
Seminole Tribe submits land-into-trust application for housing plan (2/4)
Fire destroys former boarding school on Coeur d'Alene Reservation (2/4)
Yakama Nation expects to finish $12M detention facility next year (2/4)
About 45000 descendants qualified for Indian Act status in Canada (2/4)
NIGC still debating response to 2006 gaming regulation court case (2/4)
Spokane Tribe waits for answer from BIA on off-reservation casino (2/4)
City leaders push lawsuit on Seneca Nation off-reservation casino (2/4)
More than 1800 turn out for job fair at Coeur d'Alene Tribe's casino (2/4)
Lydia Whirlwind Soldier: Tribal Law and Order Act a good first start (2/3)
Obama nominates Arvo Mikkanen, Kiowa, to serve as federal judge (2/3)
Akin Gump partner stops blogging after post on 'ugly' Yaqui prayer (2/3)
Authorities detain man in connection with Yankton Sioux homicides (2/3)
Vincent Armenta: Chumash Tribe wishes city happy 100th birthday (2/3)
ATNI News: Tribes heartened by Obama's position on Indian issues (2/3)
Suquamish Tribe turns treaty fishing right into global money maker (2/3)
Jicarilla Apache Nation looks to eliminate more than 200 employees (2/3)
School district won't remove Sherman Alexie's award-winning book (2/3)
Navajo Nation DJ helps radio station in Utah win industry accolades (2/3)
Northern Cheyenne man appointed to Board of Regents in Montana (2/3)
New York governor anticipates $130M from tobacco taxes on tribes (2/3)
Senate rebuffs attempt to repeal health reform law including IHCIA (2/3)
New president of Navajo Nation agrees to repay tribe in funding flap (2/3)
Leech Lake Band rescinds unauthorized approval of power line deal (2/3)
More headlines... www.indianz.com

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