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Articles from the August 4, 2011 edition

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Red Lake Nation Sobriety Run

Red Lake Nation Sobriety Run - Lakeland News at Ten - August 2, 2011...

 

Hazel Jean Casey

Hazel Jean Casey, 66, of Cass Lake, died Saturday, July 30, 2011, at the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis. A wake service began at 9 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 4, and will continue until the 11 a.m. service Friday, all at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cass Lake. Arrangements are with Northern Peace...

 

Looking Back - October 11, 1902

* * * Looking Back - October 11, 1902 The Appeal, a newspaper of Minneapolis and St. Paul, taken from the Library of Congress, "Chronicling America," holds some very interesting articles involving Indians. These articles are not only historical, but sort of gives one a sense on how life was over a hundred years ago....

 

Great Plains Coalition of Native American Boys & Girls Clubs Launched

BEMIDJI, MN – After almost three years of organizing and strategizing, the Great Plains Coalition of Native American Boys & Girls Clubs is moving along quickly to pursue its Mission and Vision with the hire of Irene Folstrom as the Chief Development Officer for the coalition. Ms. Folstrom holds a law degree from...

 
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Sign up to Win Tickets to Valleyfair at the Rez'traunt in Redby

Hungary, call 679-3147? Want some fun? Sign up to Win Tickets to Valleyfair at the Rez'traunt in Redby. One Lucky Family will win...Four General Admission Tickets (A $150.00 value) (Must be 18 years or older to register) Drawing will be held on August 17,...

 

Climate Change Hurts Indian Tribes Disproportionately, Report Finds

Washington, DC (August 3, 2011) – North American Indian Tribes are especially harmed by climate change, as more ecological shifts and more frequent, more extreme weather events occur, a new study concludes. Because Tribes are heavily dependent on natural resources, severe weather events like droughts, floods,...

 

Cargill recalls ground turkey

Cargill Inc. said Wednesday that it is immediately recalling about 36 million pounds of ground turkey that may be linked to an outbreak of an antibiotic-resistant strain of salmonella that's killed one person and sickened dozens nationwide....

 

Tick-borne illness is traced to new bacteria in Minnesota, Wisconsin

Scientists say a new type of bacteria is to blame for at least four cases of a potentially severe tick-borne illness in Minnesota and Wisconsin....

 

I survived boarding school, unfortunately...

Over recent years I have found myself in a position of seeming to defend Indian boarding schools against assertions that depict them as a combination of reform school, prison, gulag, and Nazi death camp....

 

FEMA assistance next step in helping flooded reservation homeowners

FEMA assistance next step in helping flooded reservation homeowners Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/article_28bd9ecc-fa92-50a0-a527-09c5e675c8b0.html#ixzz1U1pAAD2S...

 

Ute tribal member’s indictment reinstated

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver has resurrected a landmark case against a Fort Duchesne man accused of being a habitual domestic violence offender....

 

Cherokee descendents lose land over technicality in will

A family is protesting after they say the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians seized land they claim is rightfully theirs....

 

Hearing delayed for Ariz. man in officer's death

PHOENIX—A Wednesday court hearing for a man accused of killing a Navajo Nation police sergeant has been postponed because of his injuries....

 

Federal officials investigate eagle deaths at DWP wind farm

Federal authorities are investigating the deaths of at least six golden eagles at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's Pine Tree Wind Project in the Tehachapi Mountains, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Tuesday....

 

Action Summit for Suicide Prevention Introduces New Steps to Save Lives

Labeled “a silent epidemic,” suicide is a leading cause of death for 15-to-24-year-old American Indians. The strongest risk factor for suicide is depression, which the World Health Organization ranks as the No. 1 disability in the world....

 

Beach hearing on murder evidence ends; judge to study case for later ruling

Beach hearing on murder evidence ends; judge to study case for later ruling Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/article_a4de99c9-32a6-565b-a20f-891232ba9bc8.html#ixzz1U1wBG0nC...

 

Red Wing High grad sues over 'Wigger Day'

For years, dozens of Red Wing High School students mocked African-Americans in a "Wednesday Wigger Day" during homecoming week, sporting baggy pants and do-rags and flashing gang signs, according to a federal lawsuit filed last week....

 

Happy 50th, Mr. President. Don't buy an AARP membership

Happy birthday, Mr. President. You made it to 50. You now qualify to compete in the "Senior Olympics" -- swimming, horseshoes, basketball -- a sure temptation for an athletically minded world leader who loves to shoot hoops....

 

Warm Springs teenager pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter for October accident

A Warm Springs teenager who crashed her car while driving drunk, killing one passenger, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter Wednesday. She will be sentenced in January, the U.S. Attorney's Office said....

 

Police: Woman Wanted On DUI Could Be Hiding In Navajo

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Police said they are searching for a woman who is accused in the deaths of two of her friends in a drunken driving incident. Read more: http://www.koat.com/news/28759015/detail.html#ixzz1U3tsDAzK...

 

Wyoming, feds reach deal on delisting wolves

CHEYENNE -- After years of fighting, the state of Wyoming and the federal government have reached an agreement to remove the state's roughly 340 wolves from the endangered species list and put them under state control. Read more: http://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/article_b0e2445c-bdfe-11e0-9a2...

 

Church youth groups give help to displaced in Yakima

Victims of a devastating fire on the Yakima Indian Reservation that destroyed 20 homes and damaged others last February are better off in their rebuilding efforts, thanks to a bunch of Sammamish teens....

 

Lower Brule Community Grieves Loss Again

LOWER BRULE, SD - A central KELOLAND community is grieving the loss of their own again....

 

BBC slammed over 'fakery' that made tribe look like savages

A TV show aired by the BBC faked scenes and mistranslated villagers from an Amazonian tribe in a bid to make them seem "sex-obsessed, mean savages", two experts have claimed....

 

Athletes prepare for Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games

Aboriginal athletes are practicing their golf swings and perfecting their throws, as the Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games kicks off this weekend on the Thunderchild First Nation in northeast Saskatchewan....

 

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