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 By Tom Roberston    News    March 26, 2012

Trappers look foward to wolf season

BEMIDJI –In some ways, 61-year-old Tim Ewert was born a few hundred years too late. Fascinated by stories of French voyageurs and trappers who first came to Minnesota in the late 1600s, Ewert is a professional trapper who also sells mink oil, hand-crafted baskets and wooden bows. He even makes voyageur-style canoes and participates in historic reenactments. Ewert, of rural Be...


USDA Publishes Final Rule to Restore the Nation's Forests Through Science and Collaboration

WASHINGTON, March 23, 2012 ? Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture's final Planning Rule for America's 193-million acre National Forest System that includes stronger protections for forests, water, and wildlife while supporting the economic vitality of rural communities. This final rule ? which follows USDA's Feb. 3 publication of...

 By Don Davis    Politics    March 26, 2012

White Earth plan little heard, but still around

ST. PAUL – Minnesota legislators talk little about a White Earth Band casino proposal to increase state revenue, but the band leader says she will continue to push it as lawmakers struggle to find money for everything from a stadium to schools. To answer one of the critics’ nagging questions, White Earth hired former Minnesota Chief Justice Eric Magnuson to look into...


Project Preserve: Undefeated

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Armed robbers targeting Twin Cities neighborhood drugstores

Mask-wearing robbers are targeting small drugstores throughout the Twin Cities, often threatening employees and forcing customers to the floor at gunpoint to feed their OxyContin habits or sell the narcotic to a demanding market....


Pedal to the metal: Drivers’ higher speeds concern officials

Excessive speed and failure to wear seatbelts have killed more people on Minnesota roads through the first 11 weeks of the year, according to the state Department of Public Safety....


Joe Oliver says 'dysfunctional' aboriginals could benefit from development

VANCOUVER — Many aboriginal communities are "socially dysfunctional" and could benefit from developments that bring jobs and revenue to them, Canada's Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver told at a Vancouver Board of Trade breakfast this week....


Tribe puts Lake Roosevelt walleye on table - for dinner, debate

“What’s the deal with the bounty the tribe is offering on walleye at Lake Roosevelt?” asked someone in the gathering of area schools at Davenport....


Sold-Out Conference Draws 1,400-Plus Aboriginal Youth

Martial arts, interactions with elders, community violence and substance abuse topped the youthful aboriginal agenda at a recent conference that drew sellout crowds. Read more:


See the Fantastic Vochol, a Huichol-Beaded Volkswagen

The old Volkswagen Beetle is iconic in Mexico, its little dome ubiquitous in thousands of vehicles zipping around major cities and chugging along country roads. Read more:


Nez Perce and Lapwai Washington Freshman Propels Team to Championship, Wins MVP

“I love the game a lot more than I did in high school. I love it. The season went wonderful,” Katherine (Katt) Samuels enthused. Read more:


Violations Following Parole Send Man Back to Jail

A long-term prisoner was out of confinement only three months before he accumulated five violations for marijuana and prescription drug use and several drug-related offenses, according to United States of America v. Vincent Bad Heart Bull, filed in the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals March 14, 2012. Read more:


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