Monday, May 23, 2011

News from

Jeffrey Whalen: Oglala Sioux Tribe operating as a slum lord (5/20)
Editorial: Genuine concern and admiration for Elouise Cobell (5/20)
Stacy Leeds, Cherokee, named dean at Arkansas law school (5/20)
Tom Vilsack: Making the Agriculture Department open to all (5/20)
Column: Hearing looks at jobs and energy in Indian Country (5/20)
Oneida Nation and Obama administration appeal land claim (5/20)
Wired: Scientists fight university to study ancestral remains (5/20)
Riders finish 9th annual Navajo-Hopi Honor Run for veterans (5/20)
Dozens charged for Tohono O'odham Nation drug trafficking (5/20)
Four indicted in Oklahoma over illegal sale of eagle feathers (5/20)
Energy company sues Crow Tribe on coal-to-liquids project (5/20)
Yakama Nation to meet with state over gasoline tax issues (5/20)
Mescalero Apache Nation discusses renewable energy plan (5/20)
Census cites dip in Indian population on Martha's Vineyard (5/20)
Judge to meet with Meskwaki Tribe after being suspended (5/20)
Opinion: Mining company ignores tribal rights in Wisconsin (5/20)
Outdoors: Minnesota Dakota seek to enforce treaty rights (5/20)
History: 'Indian Kate' survived the Blackhawk War of 1832 (5/20)
Volunteers work to remove graffiti from sacred Paiute site (5/20)
Opinion: State's history shows tribes were treated unfairly (5/20)
Opinion: Winnemem Wintu Tribe outraged by federal fishkill (5/20)
Pascua Yaqui Tribe looks to hire more for casino expansion (5/20)
California tribes seek to draw music lovers to their casinos (5/20)
Native Sun News: National Guard dedicates Lakota chopper (5/19)
Senate Indian Affairs Committee sets hearing on languages (5/19)
Subcommittee schedules hearing on Alaska Native land bill (5/19)
South Dakota approves development by sacred Bear Butte (5/19)
Jim Thorpe's sons not invited to ceremony in Pennsylvania (5/19)
Oklahoma House puts an end to Indian Affairs Commission (5/19)
County fights Ho-Chunk Nation land-into-trust application (5/19)
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