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Articles from the April 16, 2012 edition

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Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt

The Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt was held on Easter Sunday at noon at the Ponemah Pow-wow arena and softball field. The youth had a great afternoon hunting for eggs. We had over 300 youth in attendance and prizes consisting of 2 dirt bikes, 2 bikes, 2 scooters, 1 electric 4-wheeler, along with 32 gift cards (ranging from $100 down...

 

Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt - P2

The Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt was held on Easter Sunday at noon at the Ponemah Pow-wow arena and softball field. The youth had a great afternoon hunting for eggs. We had over 300 youth in attendance and prizes consisting of 2 dirt bikes, 2 bikes, 2 scooters, 1 electric 4-wheeler, along with 32 gift cards (ranging from $100 down...

 

Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt - P3

The Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt was held on Easter Sunday at noon at the Ponemah Pow-wow arena and softball field. The youth had a great afternoon hunting for eggs. We had over 300 youth in attendance and prizes consisting of 2 dirt bikes, 2 bikes, 2 scooters, 1 electric 4-wheeler, along with 32 gift cards (ranging from $100 down...

 

Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt - P4

The Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt was held on Easter Sunday at noon at the Ponemah Pow-wow arena and softball field. The youth had a great afternoon hunting for eggs. We had over 300 youth in attendance and prizes consisting of 2 dirt bikes, 2 bikes, 2 scooters, 1 electric 4-wheeler, along with 32 gift cards (ranging from $100 down...

 

Considered the best game in Minnesota State High School history

The celebration of 100 years of state basketball tournaments continued with the announcement of the top games in the history of the boys' state tourney. These lists (links at the bottom of this installment) have been compiled with the assistance of a committee of basketball historians and experts from around Minnesota. These...

 

Niños incómodos exigen a candidatos - Mexico

Niños incómodos exigen a candidatos - Mexico Anti Violence Video Mexico...

 

ARRESTS MADE IN RECENT RASH OF BURGLARIES

On Thursday, April 12, 2012, members of the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office, Bemidji Police Department, The Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension arrested Richard Allen Fowler 49, and Kristy Jo Coyle 23, both of Bemidji. In the last week and a half, investigators also arrested Joel Clarence Velisek, age 46; John David Iverson, age 32...

 

39th annual BSU Council of Indian Students Powwow

Dancers perform Saturday at the 39th annual Bemidji State University Council of Indian Students powwow at the John Glas Fieldhouse. Two grand entries were held Saturday and another is scheduled for 1 p.m. today. The host drum group for this year’s powwow is the T.C. Boyz. The public is invited to attend the free cultural...

 

Paul Bunyan Television Adds Six More Networks in High Definition

(Bemidji, MN) (April 13, 2012) – Paul Bunyan Communications has added six more networks in high definition to PBTV HD service. The networks added in HD include CBC, FX, Fox Movie Channel, National Geographic, FSN Plus, and NHL Network. The channels will appear in the on-screen program guide within the next day or two but...

 
 By Alex Ber    Sports    April 16, 2012

Lumberjacks’ Rutledge slams 3 homers in one game

BEMIDJI— Senior outfielder Cody Rutledge of the Bemidji High School baseball team had a game of a lifetime in Thursday’s 15-1 win over Moorhead at the BSU Baseball Field. “Cody’s been a four-year starter for us,” Bemidji head coah Mike Fogelson said. “He has been one of our best hitters every year and is going to...

 

Meth Project Official Ad - Losing Control

Meth Project Official Ad - Losing Control...

 

Leech Lake Band receives $3.5M in trust fund settlement

The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Indians in Minnesota will receive $3.5 million through a trust fund settlement with the federal government. The Leech Lake Band is one of 41 tribes that are a part of a $1 billion settlement announced on Wednesday. The deal resolves claims for a historical accounting of the tribe's trust funds and mismanagement of the tribe's trust assets. "After c...

 
 By Conrad Wilson    News    April 16, 2012

Federal $1 billion settlement attempts new direction with tribes

ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Some Minnesota Native American tribes will benefit from a $1 billion settlement with the federal government. The agreement was announced Wednesday and addresses mismanagement by the federal government of Native American trust accounts. It also signals a new direction in the way federal agencies work in Indian country. Minnesota's Chippewa Tribe will...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Announce Payment of White Earth Nation Grant

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community today announced the release of $239,491 in funds to the White Earth Nation for the Naytahwaush Fire Station. The funds are a draw on a $1 million grant for construction of a new fire station and to add a diabetes wing to their tribal health building. Of the original $1 million fiscal year 2012 grant announced October...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – April 14, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – April 14, 2012 Al Qaeda magazine shows how to make chloroform A new al Qaeda magazine details do-it-yourself chloroform to "s... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=26001&L=13730&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Obama camp paints Romney as a retro 'Mad Man' The Draperizing of Mitt Romney is under way....

 

THE 24 SEVEN – April 15, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – April 15, 2012 New book: Napolitano lied to Congress on Fast and Furious A new book by Katie Pavlich, Fast and Furious, is reported to s... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=26199&L=13797&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- 'Game-changing' space plane targets China threat Air Force Gen. William L. Shelton,...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – April 16, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – April 16, 2012 Businessman Heywood 'poisoned' in China, reports say British businessman Neil Heywood was murdered on the orders of ... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=26381&L=13834&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- 'Quid pro quo': White House access all about money Access to the Obama White House is in...

 

Social Security payments, other federal benefits, switching soon to direct deposit

WASHINGTON - Starting next year, the check will no longer be in the mail for millions of people who receive Social Security and other government benefits....

 

Families of frail seniors call sensors a godsend

When 80-year-old Paul Marrs arises each morning, nine sensors in his Belle Plaine senior apartment begin tracking his activity and dispatching an array of data to a computer in Mendota Heights -- did he go back to bed, use the toilet, open the refrigerator?...

 

Why First Nations cling to their reserves

Certain questions come back time after time in mainstream Canada's hunt for understanding of First Nations issues. One of the most important focuses on the nature of reserve communities. If the situations on Canada's First Nations reserves are so horrible, why don't the people just leave? Read more: http://www.calgaryherald.com/life/First+Nations+cling+their...

 

Residential schools: ‘We carried this with us all our lives’

At night, as he struggled with the loneliness of residential school, Eric Pelkey would wrap himself tightly in his sheet so the abusive dorm supervisor couldn't reach him as easily. Read more: http://www.theprovince.com/news/Residential+schools+carried+this+with+lives/6461125/story.html#ixzz1sCAmPLh7...

 

Belgian Researcher Disappears After Uncovering Evidence Of Horrorfying Medical Experimentation On Canadian Children

Even after microfilm came along, the secrets were stored in long manila file folders tucked randomly throughout the acres of shelves of at least four different departments of the government of Canada. It was reasoned that no-one would ever bother looking there, even if they did learn of the secrets, which was unlikely....

 

Businessman accused of fleecing $190,000 from radio project

T he federal government has filed suit in Prescott, Ariz., to recover more than $130,000 from a Flagstaff businessman who allegedly hoodwinked the IHS and a Navajo nonprofit into believing he was going to help establish a radio station on the Navajo Reservation....

 

Impact aid on the chopping block

Just as Arizona finally surfaces from a sea of red ink, the state's public school districts on the Navajo Nation now face a threat from a different direction - potential huge budget cuts by the federal government....

 

Entrepreneurs, Meet Warriors

When French explorers met D. J. Eagle Bear Vanas’ tribe, they asked, “Who are you?” The tribe replied, “Odawa,” which meant “to trade,” and that became the tribe’s name “for all time,” Vanas said. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/04/12/entrepreneurs-meet-warriors-107852 http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/201...

 

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