Thursday, June 9, 2011

News from Indianz.Com

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Headlines:

Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe falls victim to 'UN' scam (6/9)
Witness list for SCIA hearing on indigenous rights declaration (6/9)
Navajo Nation official to discuss sacred sites at SCIA hearing (6/9)
David Wilkins: Indigenous nations in immature United States (6/9)
Turtle Talk: Indian law rulings in South Dakota Supreme Court (6/9)
Two Apache tribes in Arizona threatened by a growing wildfire (6/9)
Seneca Nation will appeal latest decision in tobacco tax battle (6/9)
Trial of Crow Creek Sioux Tribe chairman delayed until August (6/9)
County joins investigation in Hoopa Valley drive-by shooting (6/9)
Coushatta Tribe sends youth to Missouri to help relief efforts (6/9)
Former chairman of Chitimacha Tribe told he can't run again (6/9)
Ex-Shinnecock Nation leader on Long Island Press Power List (6/9)
Opinion: Proposed iron mine poses a risk to Bad River Ojibwe (6/9)
Media Co-op: First Nations under surveillance by government (6/9)
Bizarre Crime: Man blamed wife's death on fallen totem pole (6/9)
Vincent Armenta: Santa Ynez Band shares gaming revenues (6/9)
Agua Caliente Band to spend $2.1M on renovations at casino (6/9)
Bill to legalize casinos in Massachusetts is back on the table (6/9)
Michigan man continues effort to lure off-reservation casino (6/9)
Tim Giago: Lakota people were pushed out of nest too early (6/8)
Stephanie Woodard: Yankton Sioux victims seek day in court (6/8)
Kevin Gover: First Lady takes on obesity among Indian youth (6/8)
Let's Move: Indian children help plant garden at White House (6/8)
Turtle Talk: Indian law success rate in Alaska Supreme Court (6/8)
Crow Tribe forced to eliminate 150 employees after flooding (6/8)
Ute Tribe runs out of funding due to flooding on reservation (6/8)
Omaha Tribe evacuates homes due to Missouri River floods (6/8)
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe spared from Missouri River floods (6/8)
Poarch Creeks donate $25K for victims of Alabama tornado (6/8)
Terry Cross, Indian child welfare advocate, to receive honor (6/8)
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes leadership dispute continues (6/8)
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