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Articles from the December 26, 2011 edition

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Thousands of Navajo Jobs and Revenue at Risk Due to EPA Regulations

WASHINGTON - On Wednesday, the US Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, issued its final Maximum Available Control Technology, or MACT, regulation. The regulations enforce tough environmental standards designed to reduce air pollutants from coal and oil burning power plants....

 

Shopping with a cop

One hundred children embarked on a holiday shopping spree for gifts through the Page Fire Department's year-end "Shop with a Cop and Fireman" program....

 

Education Services to address student dropout rate

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation lost more than $500,000 in scholarship money after losing 318 CN scholarship recipients during the 2010-11 academic school year, the period for which the latest figures are available....

 

Culture Not Costumes, A Regalia Year in Review

In this article, Indian Country Today Media Network takes a look back at some of the 2011 coverage regarding the issues of culture and regalia. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2011/12/24/culture-not-costumes-a-regalia-year-in-review-69222 http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2011/12/24/culture-not-costumes-a-regalia-year-in-review-69...

 

Lakota students fire back at ABC special

RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA -- The Lakota students at Todd County High School on the Rosebud Reservation took a careful and measured aim at the highly negative and controversial presentation of life on the reservations in South Dakota....

 

White Christmas no dream for eastern chapters

A white Christmas is shaping up to be more of a nightmare than a dream for the far eastern edge of the Navajo Nation, where communities were digging out from up to 16 inches of snow this week....

 

Former tribe employees to serve jail time in bribery convictions

OKMULGEE - Two former Muscogee (Creek) Nation employees have been sentenced to jail after being convicted last month on numerous counts of bribery related to an FBI sting involving payoffs by a cigarette wholesaler....

 

Judge rules in favor of ousted San Pasqual tribal members

VALLEY CENTER — A federal judge has temporarily restored membership to about 60 members of a family who were disenrolled from the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians early this year, a decision that caused them to lose health care coverage, the ability to vote on tribal issues, and potentially millions of dollars from casino profits....

 

Minneapolis parish to celebrate Indian's sainthood

Congregants at the Church of Gichitwaa Kateri in Minneapolis received an early Christmas present this year -- one they've been praying for nearly four decades....

 

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