Wednesday, May 25, 2011

News from Indianz.com

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Headlines:

Native Sun News: IHS criticized for service in South Dakota (5/25)
Dorgan announces Center for Native American Youth board (5/25)
Conditions on Crow Reservation treacherous after flooding (5/25)
Blackfeet Nation declares emergency due to rising waters (5/25)
Parts of Cherokee Nation report damages from tornadoes (5/25)
Mary Pember: Traditional healers to be part of NIH exhibit (5/25)
Tribal leaders worried about future of Navajo Nation plant (5/25)
Spirit Lake mother confirms identities of two slain children (5/25)
Chairman of Chippewa Cree Tribe pleads guilty to stealing (5/25)
BIA approves United Keetoowah Band land-into-trust bid (5/25)
Ho-Chunk Nation sees more opposition on land-into-trust (5/25)
Peter d'Errico: UN forum looks at the doctrine of discovery (5/25)
Ex-police officer for White Mountain Apache Tribe indicted (5/25)
First Nations police officer charged for assault of teen girl (5/25)
Grand Traverse Band cuts budget amid national recession (5/25)
Menominee Nation launches Let's Move! in Indian Country (5/25)
EPA spending $6M to clean up Navajo Nation uranium site (5/25)
Navajo Nation man pleads guilty for sexual assault charge (5/25)
Opinion: Observe Aboriginal History Month with film series (5/25)
DOJ submits brief to Supreme Court in Rincon gaming case (5/25)
Sheila Morago joins Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association (5/25)
Sycuan Band announces members of gaming commission (5/25)
California Assembly backs Habematolel Pomo compact bill (5/25)
Dry Creek Rancheria makes changes to gaming agreement (5/25)
Witness list for SCIA hearing on Native language education (5/24)
DOJ submits brief to Supreme Court in tribal court dispute (5/24)
Nebraska lawmakers approve tribal tobacco compact bill (5/24)
Father suspected for deaths of two children at Spirit Lake (5/24)
Choctaw Nation to celebrate Choctaw Days at NMAI in DC (5/24)
Peoria Tribe collects donations to help victims of tornado (5/24)
South Dakota governor plans meetings with tribal leaders (5/24)
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