Friday, June 3, 2011

News from Indianz.Com

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Headlines:

Native Sun News: Protecting sacred Bear Butte at all costs (6/3)
Steven Newcomb: Military compares Seminoles to al Qaeda (6/3)
Russell Means: Republic of Lakotah demands treaty respect (6/3)
Flooding expected to hit Fort Peck Reservation on Saturday (6/3)
Echo Hawk refuses to meet with Indian protesters at forum (6/3)
Lavina Washines, first woman to lead Yakama Nation, dies (6/3)
BIA asked to intervene in Cayuga Nation leadership battle (6/3)
Cabazon Band seeks to protect rights in enviromental flap (6/3)
Leech Lake Band due in court over reservation power line (6/3)
OKC: A 25th anniversary celebration at Red Earth Festival (6/3)
Editorial: Agua Caliente wind turbines will have big impact (6/3)
Western Front: Klallam people celebrate removal of dams (6/3)
Sault Tribe hires governor's former attorney as its counsel (6/3)
Investigation into death of man at Blood Tribe's police cell (6/3)
Winnebago Tribe taking precautions for flooding at casino (6/3)
Tenants take Seminole Tribe to court over casino dealings (6/3)
Local officials surprised by Gun Lake Tribe revenue sharing (6/3)
Native Sun News: Ride honors modern-day Lakota warriors (6/2)
Senate Indian Affairs Committee to take up UN declaration (6/2)
Senate Indian Affairs Committee plans hearing on NAGPRA (6/2)
DOI to announce consultation process on land consolidation (6/2)
DOJ submits brief for Osage Reservation diminishment case (6/2)
Kevin Abourezk: Therapist to speak about historical trauma (6/2)
Evacuees from Crow Tribe to relocate to reservation center (6/2)
Fort Peck Tribes asks about 40 families to evacuate homes (6/2)
Editorial: Sac and Fox Nation changes the game on highway (6/2)
Hundreds evacuated at Hatchet Lake First Nation due to fire (6/2)
Police treating death of 13-year-old Native boy as homicide (6/2)
EPA takes action against another business on Cabazon land (6/2)
Judge extends temporary order over New York's tobacco tax (6/2)
Two council members for Cayuga Nation forced to step down (6/2)
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