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 News    May 3, 2011

Helping American Indians on path to success

Statistically speaking, Jacqueline Schram is an anomaly. Despite a humble background growing up in an Ojibwe family in Canada, she's taken her high school education, gone on to earn three college degrees and is on her way to a fourth....

 
 News    May 3, 2011

Winona LaDuke to speak at protest against Alberta tar sands extraction

Native American activist Winona LaDuke will speak at Portland State University on May 13, as part of a protest against Alberta, Canada tar sands extraction and the heavy equipment it could bring through the Columbia Gorge....

 
 News    May 3, 2011

2nd powwow at West Point

WEST POINT — Family history, not cultural history, brought Joe McKeever from New Mexico to West Point — he's the fourth generation of his family to serve his country....

 
 News    May 3, 2011

Osama bin Laden is no Geronimo

"Geronimo E-KIA." Those words were heard in the Situation Room when Osama bin Laden was killed by bullets to the head and chest. Geronimo was the code name given by U.S. officials for bin Laden; E-KIA stands for "Enemy Killed In Action."...

 
 News    May 3, 2011

Retrial in Wolf Point homicide set for July

GREAT FALLS - A retrial is set for July in the case of a former chief criminal investigator for the Fort Peck Tribes charged with murdering a man in April 2006....

 
 News    May 3, 2011

3 more Utahns plead guilty in artifacts case

There will be no high-profile federal-court trial involving four Utahns accused of stealing — and, in some cases, selling — ancient American Indian artifacts from public lands....

 
 Events   

St. Mary's Mission Carnival - May 5 - 2-6 PM

St. Mary's Mission Carnival - May 5 - 2-6 PM...

 
 Events   

Calling artists and crafters

There are a limited number of spaces available for people to display their arts and crafts in a unique setting at the Lady's Slipper Celebration, Blackduck segment, Saturday, June 25. Nature-related arts/crafts are preferred, either depicting nature or using natural materials. Participants will be hosted in downtown or Wayside Rest area businesses or buildings, and will be...

 
 News    May 3, 2011

ChristieCare and Youth Villages announce merger

MEMPHIS (April 14, 2011)– To better meet the needs of children and families in Oregon, the boards of directors of Oregon-based ChristieCare and Tennessee-based Youth Villages have agreed to a merger. ChristieCare and Youth Villages, a national nonprofit organization, will announce the merger Thursday during ChristieCare’s Catalyst for Change fundraising luncheon at the Hilt...

 
 News    May 3, 2011

USDA and Partners Make Progress in Protecting Bird Habitat on Public and Private Lands

WASHINGTON, May 3, 2011 – Agriculture Under Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment Harris Sherman and Interior Secretary Salazar today announced the release of the "2011 State of the Birds" [http://www.stateofthebirds.org/] report that shows federal agencies and partners are making progress in protecting and preserving bird habitat across the country. "This report re...

 

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