Thursday, March 10, 2011

News from Indianz.Com


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Headlines:

Native Sun News: 8th Circuit to consider Oglala Sioux man's case (3/10)
10th Circuit hears argument in Wyoming Indian voting rights suit (3/10)
Funds at United Tribes Technical College caught in budget debate (3/10)
Philanthropy: Hoopa Valley Tribe station fears ax in federal funds (3/10)
Indian lawmaker pushes for defeat of bill to save 'Fighting Sioux' (3/10)
Lummi Nation doesn't want BIA involved in talks over ferry lease (3/10)
Virginia museum returns Tlingit headdress in first NAGPRA action (3/10)
Discovery of remains leads to speculation about Squanto's burial (3/10)
Lumbee Tribe moving toward shutdown in dispute with chairman (3/10)
Stockbridge Munsee Band still working for off-reservation casino (3/10)
City changes mind and votes to discuss casino with Cowlitz Tribe (3/10)
Yakama Nation approves bid to spend $90M on casino expansion (3/10)
Rosebud Sioux Tribe plans casino renovation with Shakopee loan (3/10)
City paves way for a final decision on Guidiville Band casino plan (3/10)
Lawmakers question Obama's cut to BIA loan guarantee program (3/9)
Native Sun News: South Dakota Legislature approves tribal ID bill (3/9)
Timothy Chavez: Tribes looking for energy development partners (3/9)
Kevin Abourezk: Chuck Trimble discusses the ongoing Indian wars (3/9)
Passamaquoddy basketmaker Jeremy Frey wins top Heard honor (3/9)
Cobell attorneys say fee request not a big issue in Indian Country (3/9)
Columbia River treaty tribes back bill to lethally remove sea lions (3/9)
New York tax collector 'prepared to enforce' tobacco tax on tribes (3/9)
Navajo Nation president approves lease extension at power plant (3/9)
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe the largest employer in central Michigan (3/9)
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