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Articles from the March 20, 2012 edition

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New Research Cites Meth Project Ads as Effective

PALO ALTO, Calif.—March 7, 2012—A new study published in the Journal of Marketing Research has cited the Meth Project's advertising as effective in deterring substance abuse. The new study, by researchers at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, compared different types of advertisements—ads that...

 

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P21

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P21...

 

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P22

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P22...

 

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P23

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P23...

 

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P24

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P24...

 
 Events   

SPRING TIME FOOD DEMO - Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 Time: 12:00 PM Place: Red Lake Fitness Center Menu: Grilled Chicken Salad, Banana Cream Pie and Unsweetened Ice Tea Call Balancing Our Lifestyles for questions at 679-4144...

 

Cass Lake Youth Basketball Tournament of Saturday March 17, 2012

The tournament hosted two age divisions, 5th & under and 6th gr boys. Red Lake was well represented with an elementary boy’s team and girl’s team in the 5th & under and St. Mary’s Mission & a team in the 6th gr division. The bus loaded up at 830am and set out to Cass Lake High School. In the 6th gr boys division Red Lake e...

 

Public Welcome at SMSC’s Upcoming Spring Blood Drive April 12, 2012

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community will hold a spring blood drive on Thursday, April 12, 2012, from 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Dakotah! Sport and Fitness. The general public as well as tribal staff and members of Dakotah! Sport and Fitness are invited to give blood. Please call the SMSC Wellness Coordinators at 952-233-2965 to make an appointment to...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – March 20, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – March 20, 2012 Feds throw away 10,000 computers each week The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that across the f... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=21139&L=12169&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- General: U.S. could begin Afghan pullout in 2 weeks The fallout from the killing of 16 Afghans...

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - March 19, 2012

PUBLIC SAFETY INITIATIVES IN INDIAN COUNTRY Read "Prevention and Recovery: Quarterly Newsletter for Indian Country", developed by the Tribal Law and Order Act - Interagency Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Coordinating Committee, which is a multi-agency collaboration by the Departments of Justice, Interior and Health and Human Services. www.samhsa.gov/tloa...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    March 20, 2012

Cass Lake-Bena, Bagley boys fall just short of their goals

The Bemidji area boys basketball teams came up short in their bids to reach the state tournament but Bemidji, Bagley and Cass Lake-Bena all were in the hunt until the final stages. The Lumberjacks lost to Moorhead in the Section 8-4A title game while Bagley was edged Friday 47-42 by defending state champion Perham in the 8-2A final. Last Tuesday Cass Lake-Bena dropped a 62-59...

 

State task force takes on school bullying

A handpicked collection of 15 prominent Minnesotans got to work Monday on an ambitious task: creating a state where school kids are free from bullying, harassment and intimidation....

 

Users click with Dakota County's online jail visits

Last year, if Michelle Stroman wanted to see her fiancé, Brad Kraemer, she'd have to find the time and the gas money to drive almost 40 miles from her home in Fridley to the Dakota County jail. Then she'd sit in front of one video screen, he'd sit in front of another and they'd visit for their allotted 15 minutes....

 

Minn. Senate committee kills 'racino' plan, latest blow to long-sought gambling expansion

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A state Senate committee on Monday voted down legislation to permit casino-style games at Minnesota horse-racing tracks, the latest in a long line of setbacks at the Capitol for the track owners and horse breeders who have pushed the plan for well more than a decade....

 

TIMELINE: 100 years of Minnesota boys' basketball

1997 – Wabasso defeats Red Lake 117 -113 in OT after Gerald Kingbird of Red Lake scored 13 points in 57 seconds to send the game into overtime....

 

100 great years of state boys basketball

100 great years of state boys basketball...

 

Not everyone aspires to a college degree

In fall 2009, President Obama took the unusual step of delivering a back-to-school message to the nation's students. He described his listeners' potential to become a doctor, a teacher, a police officer, a nurse, an architect, a lawyer or a member of the military....

 

AIM Killer Appeals Murder Conviction

VERMILLION, SD - It took 35 years to convict a Canadian citizen for the murder of Anne Mae Aquash, who was an American Indian Movement activist in the 1970s. Monday, the South Dakota Supreme Court considered an appeal of John Graham's murder conviction....

 

Governor signs tribal retrocession bill into law

OLYMPIA, Wash. — Gov. Chris Gregoire has signed into law a bill that opens the door for dismantling state jurisdiction over American Indian tribes. Read more here: http://www.thenewstribune.com/2012/03/19/2074002/governor-signs-tribal-retrocession.html#storylink=cpy...

 

Printer moves beyond ink

A turnaround story is rolling off the presses at Chippewa Graphics as the American Indian-owned commercial printer invests in new equipment, expands beyond printing and transitions to third-generation ownership....

 

Florida capital briefs: State Supreme Court rejects Seminole appeal in gas tax case

The state Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal by the Seminole Tribe of Florida in a dispute with the Department of Revenue about fuel taxes. The Seminoles, a sovereign nation, argued they should receive tax refunds for fuel used on tribal lands after being purchased elsewhere. In seeking to overturn a ruling last year by the 4th District Court of Appeal, the tribe said...

 

Oglalas Ask Courts to Cap Whiteclay Beer Sales

Following up on a recently filed federal lawsuit against beer stores, breweries and other businesses involved in the Whiteclay, Nebraska alcohol trade, the Oglala Sioux Tribe has gone a step further and is requesting injunctive relief from the courts. The tribe wants the court to limit total volume of beer sales in Whiteclay—which lies on its southern border—to the amount...

 

Tornado, wind, hail cause damage on Rosebud reservation

MISSION -— A tornado, strong winds and hail damaged homes and caused power outages on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in south central South Dakota. Read more: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/tornado-wind-hail-cause-damage-on-rosebud-reservation/article_514a7d86-71cf-11e1-8f51-001871e3ce6c.html#ixzz1pf2lzQ8f...

 

Kanesatake Grand Chief refuses salary

In order to help his community with its crushing debt and many financial struggles, Grand Chief Serge Otsi Simon of the Elected Council of Kanesatake is refusing to accept his salary....

 

Documentary Reveals Lakota Medicine Man Abused by Justice System

At first glance, the facts seemed straightforward. In October 1991, after a long-running family feud, Douglas White, a Lakota medicine man from South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, was accused of sexually abusing his two grandsons. In January 1993, the 72-year-old White was sentenced to 292 months in federal prison with no hope of parole. Read mor...

 

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