Wednesday, February 16, 2011

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Native Sun News: 'Oz' genocide editorials subject of a protest (2/16)
Lakota Country Times: Lengthy Rosebud Sioux suit dismissed (2/16)
Gabe Galanda: Amerind should waive immunity in tribal court (2/16)
Informational meetings for Keepseagle case set in Oklahoma (2/16)
Senate Indian Affairs Committee hosts first business meeting (2/16)
National American Indian Housing Council holds meeting in DC (2/16)
No charges against officer who fatally shot Native woodcarver (2/16)
Hispanics outnumber American Indian population in Oklahoma (2/16)
BIA soliciting bids to round up 700 horses on Crow Reservation (2/16)
Seminole Tribe to meet county over land-into-trust application (2/16)
Lummi Nation sets 60-day deadline for closure of ferry service (2/16)
Southern Ute Tribe schedules election of new chairman in April (2/16)
Employee at Peabody mine on Navajo Nation killed in accident (2/16)
Coeur d'Alene Tribe to share in $6.8M mine cleanup settlement (2/16)
Editorial: Keep focus on combating domestic violence in Alaska (2/16)
Leader of First Nations organization resists calls to resign post (2/16)
New angle in feud over Tohono O'odham off reservation casino (2/16)
Connecticut tribes took hit in slot machine revenue in January (2/16)
Alabama governor supports crackdown on Poarch Creek bingo (2/16)
Judge sets trial in August in Shingle Springs Band gaming case (2/16)
Audit looks into distribution of tribal gaming funds in California (2/16)
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux radio station goes on air (2/15)
Mark Trahant: Budget for Indian programs mostly a lost cause (2/15)
Harold Monteau: Republican Party getting in bed with far right (2/15)
GOP bill eliminates funds for Office of Tribal Relations at USDA (2/15)
Obama's new budget reduces Indian programs at Smithsonian (2/15)
Inuit teens survive four days in freezing cold in Quebec tundra (2/15)
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