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Articles from the January 9, 2012 edition

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CaringBridge: JolieAna Cobenais

Hello, My name is JolieAna Cobenais, 14 mos, and I'm in ICU at The University Of Minnesota, with a very bad infection that is being treated. My heart is a little weak yet, but making progress slowly. My Mama, Dada are waiting for Me, as well as My grandparents. Family and Friends are here at the Hospital. I'm at one of the BEST...

 

WINNERS! 2011 Red Lake DNR- Wildlife Program Raffle for CWD and TB testing in deer

WINNERS! 2011 Red Lake DNR- Wildlife Program Raffle for CWD and TB testing in deer Marlin .270 Rifle: Gary Auginash, Jr. Avenger Deer Stand: Delwyn English Thank you to everyone who submitted deer heads for sampling. Red Lake DNR Website: www.redlakednr.org...

 

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 By Anne Williams    News    January 9, 2012

Legitimizing the language: School immerses students by teaching Ojibwe

Students in the Niigaane Ojibwemowin Immersion School, a K-6 school within the Bug O Nay Ge Shig School on the Leech Lake Reservation near Bena, know what it feels to be movie stars. They were featured on “First Speakers: Restoring the Ojibwe Language,” a documentary by Twin Cities Public Television that was recently...

 

Minn. tribe, Wis. group among EPA grant recipients

January 8, 2012 (MILWAUKEE) -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced $25,000 grants to each of four recipients in the Great Lakes region, including a Minnesota tribe and a Wisconsin nonprofit organization. The EPA says the grants will help conduct research and develop solutions for communities dealing with pollution problems. One grant is for the Red Lake Band...

 
 By Sheriff Hodapp    News    January 9, 2012

Beltrami Sergeant Jason Riggs graduates from FBI National Academy

On December 16, 2011, Beltrami County Sheriff Sergeant Jason Riggs was one of 266 law enforcement officers who graduated from the FBI National Academy program at Quantico Virginia. The 247th Session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from 49 states. Included in the class are members of law enforcement agencies...

 
 By Dan Gunderson    News    January 9, 2012

New rules allow feds to help fight reservation crime

New federal rules in effect this week allow Minnesota Indian tribes to seek federal crime fighting help. Minnesota is one of six states where the state has primary criminal jurisdiction on most reservations. The new rules allow tribes to request that federal authorities investigate and prosecute crimes. The change is a result of complaints by tribal officials that Indians were...

 
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Seven Clans Casino Events Update

Everyone at Seven Clans hope that you had a great New Years and if one our your New Year's resolutions was to laugh more then the Comedy Jam this Saturday was just the ticket. The "Indian Uprising" started at 8 pm at the Red Lake Casino and Event Center. Check out the great offer at the Super 8 in Warroad and plan your stay...

 

DNR proposes wolf season for fall

ST. PAUL — The gray wolf, already an iconic wildlife species in Minnesota, is likely to become a trophy hunting and trapping species this fall. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources proposed a limited hunting and trapping season on wolves Friday at its annual Roundtable meeting in St. Paul....

 

Minnesota vows to get tough on invasive species

ST. PAUL – With zebra mussels and Eurasia milfoil spreading across the state, and other invaders likely on the way, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officials Friday said they will redouble their efforts to thwart the spread of aquatic invasive species....

 
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BIA to Hold Tribal Consultation Meetings on Proposed Rules for Part 162 Leasing Regulations

WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) will hold tribal consultation meetings for tribal leaders to review and provide input on the proposed rules on leasing in Indian Country. The proposed rules will establish subparts to 25 CFR Part 162 (Leasing and Permits) addressing residential leasing, business leasing and wind and solar resource leasing on Indian trust lands....

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - Jan. 6, 2012

News Feature: Read "Prevention & Recovery"(www.samhsa.gov/tloa/docs/newsletter/pq-v1-122111.pdf), a newsletter recently published by the Multi-Agency Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention Collaboration. The quarterly newsletter highlights efforts by the Departments of Justice, Interior, and Health and Human Services to address alcohol and substance abuse in American Indian...

 

Leonard Branch

Leonard Branch, 53, of Shevlin, MN, died Thursday, January 5, 2012 at his home. Leonard Herbert Branch was born June 29, 1958 in Minneapolis, Minn. To Herbert & Marcella (Sanftner) Branch. He grew up and attended school in Hopkins, MN and graduated from Eisenhower Senior High School in Hopkins, Minn. Attended Minneapolis...

 

Mille Lacs Band will conduct State of the Band Address

conduct its 28th annual State of the Band Address at 10 a.m. Tuesday to review 2011 and set the stage for tribal efforts in 2012. Scheduled speakers include Marge Anderson, chief executive; Curt Kalk, secretary/treasurer; and Rayna Mattinas, chief justice. The ceremony will be conducted at Grand Casino Mille Lacs Events and Convention Center in Onamia....

 

Little Shell comes together with first meeting of official tribal council

The recent tribal judges' panel decision declaring the Great Falls-based Little Shell Tribal Council to be the official and duly elected council of the tribe paved the way for the tribe to move forward, according to its members....

 

City worker Anthony Crum says Parks Department tried to hide noose incident, plans to sue city

A CITY WORKER who found a black doll hanging from a noose at the Parks Department’s Bronx headquarters is claiming his supervisors tried to cover up the alleged hate crime before cops took over the probe, the Daily News has learned. Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/city-worker-anthony-crum-parks-department-hide-noose-incident-plans-sue-city-artic...

 

Is the end near? Opinions vary on Mayan calendar, doomsday

Have a good New Year's Eve? Party a bit? Drink too much? First week of 2012 been going pretty well?...

 

What Does The Future Hold For Canada's First Nations?

Next Thursday, January 12, CBC TV will air the first episode of 8th Fire, a series that looks at the aboriginal experience in today's Canada, and asks where the country's relationship with its indigenous people is headed....

 

Brazilian loggers 'tied eight-year-old Amazonian tribe girl to a tree and burned her alive'

Loggers in Brazil who had illegally entered an Amazon Indian reserve captured an eight-year-old indigenous girl and burned her alive, it was claimed today. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2083884/Brazilian-loggers-tied-year-old-Amazonian-tribe-girl-tree-burned-alive.html#ixzz1ixlC6EQJ...

 

Elwha PD is searching for a suspect believed to be armed, dangerous

A General Service Administration (GSA) Vehicle, and other electronics were among the high-priced items known to have been stolen in an armed-burglary at the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal Center Headquarters the morning of January 4, 2011. The burglar was discovered when early morning staff arrived that morning....

 

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