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(04-18-2015) • 13th Annual Trine Engineering Expo Next Friday
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Trine University • Angola, IN
(04-18-2015) • Trine Holds Tree Dedication Ceremonies For Employee And Student
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Trine University • Angola, IN
(04-18-2015) • Police Say Glance At Cell Phone Leads To 4 Vehicle Wreck
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: U.S. 20 West Of LaGrange • LaGrange, IN
(04-18-2015) • Tornado Siren Tests In Albion Will Be Longer
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Albion, IN
(04-17-2015) • Fremont Woman Injured In Hillsdale County Accident
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Camden Township
(04-17-2015) • Two Fremont Men Arrested In IMAGE Investigation
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Steuben County Courthouse • Angola, IN
(04-17-2015) • Angola Woman Arrested For Alleged Neglect Of 6 Month Old
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Steuben County Courthouse • Angola, IN
(04-17-2015) • 21 New Memorial Trees To Be Dedicated Next Friday
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Commons Park • Angola, IN
(04-17-2015) • City Of Angola Planning To Annex 23 Acres
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola City Hall • Angola, IN
(04-17-2015) • House Passes Repeal Of Construction Wage Law
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Indianapolis
(04-16-2015) • New Revenue Forecast Indicates State Has $214 Million Less Than Expected
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Indianapolis
(04-16-2015) • Major DeKalb County Bridge Project To Affect I-69 Traffic
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: I-69 between MM 326 and MM 329 • Auburn, IN
(04-16-2015) • Howe Woman Injured In LaGrange Crash
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: County Road 600 North near 150 West
(04-16-2015) • 7th Circuit Denies Latest Corcoran Death Penalty Appeal
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Chicago
(04-16-2015) • Two Weeks Left To Vote For Sherry Albright
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Trine University • Angola, IN
(04-16-2015) • Open House This Sunday For New DeKalb Health North Campus
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: DeKalb Health • Auburn, IN
(04-16-2015) • Police Looking For Stalking And Invasion Of Privacy Suspect
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Shipshewana, IN
(04-16-2015) • Trine Students Take Back The Night
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Trine University • Angola, IN
(04-15-2015) • Missing 2-Year-Old Found Near Shipshewana
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Shipshewana, IN
(04-15-2015) • Book Night Being Held At Trine Next Wednesday
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Trine University • Angola, IN
(04-15-2015) • Council Approves Additional Appropriation For P.D. In Murder Case
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Steuben County Community Center • Angola, IN
(04-15-2015) • International Night This Saturday At Trine
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Trine University • Angola, IN
(04-15-2015) • Sheriff Seeking New Line Item For Animal Custody
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Steuben County Community Center • Angola, IN
(04-15-2015) • Divided County Council Tie 3-3 On Humane Society Funding
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Steuben County Community Center • Angola, IN
(04-14-2015) • LaGrange County Farmers Finding Meth Labs In Fields
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(04-14-2015) • No Leaks This Winter At Carnegie Library, Repairs Continue
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Carnegie Library • Angola, IN
(04-14-2015) • Hamilton School Board Approves Meal Price Increases
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Hamilton
(04-14-2015) • LaGrange County Council Members Question Community Corrections Agreement
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(04-13-2015) • Wheeler Gets Eight Years In Two Meth Cases
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Steuben County Courthouse • Angola, IN
(04-13-2015) • Auburn Woman Gets 4 Year Sentence For Child Molesting
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Steuben County Courthouse • Angola, IN
(04-13-2015) • Frontier Warns About Disruptions During Upgrade
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(04-13-2015) • One Killed, Four Injured In Michigan I-69 Crash
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Northbound I-69 At 27 Mile Marker In Michigan
(04-13-2015) • Quincy Man Facing Domestic Assault Charge
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Quincy, MI
(04-13-2015) • Middlebury Woman Killed In Elkhart County Crash
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Middlebury, IN
(04-13-2015) • Local ISP Detective Honored For Huq Investigation
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Fort Wayne


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Native American Groups Call Out Legislators Over Remarks
Saturday Apr 18, 2015 11:26am

(SOUTH BEND) - Two Native American organizations are calling out a pair of Indiana lawmakers for their comments on Indian casinos.

The National Congress of American Indians and the National Indian Gaming Association sent letters to State Representative Tom Dermondy and State Senator Jim Arnold expressing concerns about their actions and comments made to the media.

Arnold, a Democrat from Laporte, was quoted in an article in the Times of Northwest Indiana as saying ““I don’t want to say, ‘The Indians are coming, the Indians are coming.’ But they’re coming. We have to be prepared.”

National Indian Gaming Association Chairman Ernest Stevens, Jr. said there’s no place in today’s society for tired stereotypes from a sad and tragic era.

Dermondy, a Laporte Republican, told the same newspaper last month “[w]e need to do whatever we can, and we know we’re limited, in making it not so easy for the Pokagon Band to develop a casino in South Bend.”

Stevens reminded the lawmakers that gaming conducted on Indian lands is governed solely by tribal and federal laws.




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