Thursday, May 26, 2011

News from Indianz.Com

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Headlines:

Native Sun News: 8th Circuit rules against Oglala Sioux man (5/26)
Fairness hearing in Cobell settlement scheduled for June 20 (5/26)
United Keetoowah Band hails BIA action on land-into-trust (5/26)
Crow Tribe starts assessing damage after massive flooding (5/26)
Cheyenne-Arapaho family lost home in Oklahoma tornado (5/26)
Shelly Crow, former 2nd Muscogee Nation chief, dies at 63 (5/26)
Deaths of Spirit Lake Dakotah children treated as homicide (5/26)
Column: Ojibwe man speaks out on fetal alcohol syndrome (5/26)
APRN: Hearings start on Alaska Native corporation land bill (5/26)
Conference looks at preserving Native languages, culture (5/26)
WUWM: First Lady launches Let's Move! in Indian Country (5/26)
Eight from Spirit Lake Dakotah Nation charged for stealing (5/26)
Energy company withdraws federal suit against Crow Tribe (5/26)
Sault Tribe won't hold special election to replace chairman (5/26)
Construction company offers settlement to Navajo Nation (5/26)
Tribes awarded over $7M for wildlife conservation projects (5/26)
Seminole Tribe asking public to help name two baby otters (5/26)
RCR Wireless: Hopi Tribe works to improve telecom service (5/26)
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community installs fence (5/26)
Business sues Pojoaque Pueblo over casino management (5/26)
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe shares $2.9M in casino revenues (5/26)
Eastern Cherokee leader looking to restart compact talks (5/26)
Narragansett Tribe questions push for gaming referendum (5/26)
Mohegan Tribe to start work on gaming facility in Catskills (5/26)
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)
More headlines... www.indianz.com

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