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Articles from the January 5, 2012 edition

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BELTRAMI COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE INVESTIGATING ASSAULT OF A THREE MONTH OLD CHILD

On Monday, January 2, 2011, at approximately 10:30 PM, The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office responded to the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center after learning that a three-month-old baby girl had been brought to the Emergency Room with serious injuries. Originally, the incident that may have resulted in such injuries was thought to have occurred in Hubbard County but investigation...

 
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Deadline for USDA Conservation Innovation Grant Pre-proposals January 31

WASHINGTON, Jan. 4, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today reminded applicants that January 31, 2012, is the last day to submit project pre-proposals for fiscal year 2012 Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Pre-proposals support large-scale demonstration projects that test and pr...

 

LEVEL 3 PREDATORY OFFENDER IN CUSTODY

Less than four days after he walked away from a halfway house, level 3 offender Roderick Lamoryne Hamilton turned himself in to the Hennepin County Jail at 1 a.m. this morning. Hamilton cut his ankle bracelet and stopped complying with his release conditions on Saturday. Most level 3 predatory offenders who become fugitives are...

 

EPA and Corporation for National Community Service Announce Partnership to Leverage Grant Resources to Support Indian Tribes

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Corporation for National and Community Service announced that Indian General Assistance Program (GAP) grants may be used as match funding for tribally-sponsored AmeriCorps programs. More than $3 million worth of AmeriCorps funding is dedicated to support tribal communities every year, but often, tribal governments face financial...

 

REID: MIDDLE-CLASS AMERICANS DESERVE AN ADVOCATE TO GUARD AGAINST ABUSIVE BANKS AND LENDERS

Washington, D.C. – Nevada Senator Harry Reid released the following statement today after President Obama announced his intention to appoint Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. “After millions of Americans lost their jobs, retirement funds and life savings in the economic crisis, they asked their elected leaders to rein in the greed and reckles...

 

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Prairie Island nuclear plant has declares alert due to chlorine leak

Operators at Prairie Island Nuclear Generating Plant declared an alert at 3:53 a.m. today after workers discovered sodium hypochloride, commonly known as chlorine bleach, leaking from a tank in the screen house....

 

Chippewa Tribe backs UMD Indian resource center

The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe is throwing its political support behind efforts to build a new home for the American Indian Learning Resource Center in Duluth....

 

Prior Lake City Council opts against comment on land-trust application Read more: Shakopee Valley News - Prior Lake City Council opts against comment on land trust application

Prior Lake City Council members will not enter the fray regarding the Shakopee Mdewakanton Dakota Community’s latest application for trust land....

 

Shakopee council to talk with tribe before taking stand Read more: Shakopee Valley News - Shakopee council to talk with tribe before taking stand

After swearing in a new mayor and city councilor Tuesday night, the Shakopee City Council opted to meet with tribal officials before deciding whether to oppose the latest land-trust applications from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Dakota Community....

 

South Metro Federal Credit Union Links Hearts for Children

Prior Lake, MN – With Valentine's Day just around the corner, South Metro Federal Credit Union is kicking off its Chain of Hearts campaign. The public is invited to stop by South Metro's main branch behind the Dakota Mall, across from Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, to make a donation. The campaign – an annual fundraiser organized by the Credit Unions for Kids program to benefit...

 

Goar: Parliament fails native women

Three days before the House of Commons rose for its Christmas recess, a parliamentary committee quietly tabled a shocking report....

 

Algonquin bands clash over territory

A battle between Quebec Algonquins is brewing after two bands challenged the right of six others to claim 650,000 square kilometres of territory in Ontario and Quebec. Read more: http://www.ottawacitizen.com/news/Algonquin+bands+clash+over+territory/5948447/story.html#ixzz1iaRStbZa...

 

Alberta First Nation votes to give band power to evict gang members

On Mistawasis First Nation, west of Prince Albert, Sask., a particularly troublesome resident who persisted in selling drugs was the first - and only - band member to be exiled under a new banishment law....

 

Hobbema reserve votes to allow eviction of gang members

The Samson Cree First Nation has voted to allow the eviction of gang members from the troubled community at Hobbema, Alta....

 

Navajo Nation confronts HIV and AIDS

Gallup, N.M.— Five years ago, the man Elsie Smith loved told her calmly from his hospital bed that it was time for him to go. He died with a hushed goodbye and a squeeze of her hand....

 

Oglala Sioux Tribe takes aim at drunk driving

RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA -- The Oglala Sioux Tribe, the center of many controversies involving the alcohol sales right across the state border, at White Clay, Neb., has taken a step to put a stop to the high rate of deaths due to impaired drivers on the Pine Ridge Reservation....

 

FCC Moves to Improve Tribal Broadcast Services

The FCC Dec. 29 adopted rules limiting eligibility for authorizations associated with allotments added to the FM Table of Allotments using the recently established Tribal Priority to the Tribes whom the Tribal Priority was intended to benefit. (Policies to Promote Rural Radio Service and to Streamline Allotment and Assignment Procedures, FCC, MB Docket No. 09-52,...

 

New Pottawattamie chairman chosen

COUNCIL BLUFFS — The Pottawattamie County Board started the New Year Tuesday by electing a new chairman — and setting a new meeting schedule....

 

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