Friday, February 11, 2011

News from Indianz.Com


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Native Sun News: NIGC aims to make regulations tribal friendly (2/11)
Secretary Salazar to present Interior Department's new budget (2/11)
Pueblo leader suggests gas failure behind elder woman's death (2/11)
Sen. Kyl helped pass largest Indian water rights deal in history (2/11)
Chairman of Southern Ute Tribe confirms resignation from post (2/11)
Wyoming bill appears to overturn victory in Indian voting case (2/11)
Agua Caliente Band shoots down rumors of Hard Rock Hotel bid (2/11)
Yakama Nation launches its motor vehicle registration program (2/11)
Tulalip Tribes donate $1.26M to fill school district's budget hole (2/11)
Sen. Schumer calls for radar system along border with Canada (2/11)
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe heads to polls for two council seats (2/11)
Opinion: Few Gabrielinos received land despite post-war pledge (2/11)
Chief of First Nations organization faces call to resign from post (2/11)
Figure in Abramoff scandal faces sentencing in Washington, DC (2/11)
Tohono O'odham Nation sues Arizona over land annexation law (2/11)
BIA likely to reject Stockbridge-Munsee off-reservation casino (2/11)
Gun Lake Tribe welcomes large crowd with early casino opening (2/11)
Warm Springs Tribes to relocate casino to a temporary location (2/11)
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux continue fight over uranium plan (2/10)
Charles Trimble: Backlash against Indian Country in the making (2/10)
Mary Pember: Cherokees the most prolific ethnic group in world (2/10)
Elouise Cobell discusses Indian trust settlement in New Mexico (2/10)
Supporters defend Arvo Mikkanen from home-state opposition (2/10)
Sen. Jon Kyl from Arizona announces decision to retire in 2012 (2/10)
Payday loans a new revenue stream for some in Indian Country (2/10)
Chairman of Southern Ute Tribe faces pressure to resign position (2/10)
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