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Articles from the May 31, 2011 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    News    May 31, 2011

Red Lake Pre Kindergarten Graduation 2011 - VIDEO

Red Lake Pre Kindergarten Graduation 2011 - VIDEO...

 

Red Lake New Beginnings GED Graduation 2011 - VIDEO

Red Lake New Beginnings GED Graduation 2011 - VIDEO...

 

Audrey Cobenais Celebrates 99th Birthday - VIDEO

Audrey Cobenais Celebrates 99th Birthday - VIDEO...

 

RLES Pow Wow 2011 - VIDEO

RLES Pow Wow 2011 - VIDEO...

 

Red Lake back in time...

Red Lake back in time......

 

Red Lake back in time...Part 2

Red Lake back in time...Part 2...

 

Red Lake back in time...Part 3

Red Lake back in time...Part 3...

 

Red Lake back in time...Part 4

Red Lake back in time...Part 4...

 

Shirley Marie Smith

Shirley Marie Grindall Smith, 84, of Little Falls, Minn., formerly of Bemidji, died Friday, May 27, 2011, at Harmony House of Little Falls. The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 4, at Emblom-Brenny Funeral Service in Little Falls, with the Rev. Damen Heitmann officiating. Visitation will be held one hour pri...

 

Bois Forte Band Of Chippewa Dedicates Vets Memorial

Nett Lake, MN (Northland's Newscenter) - A memorial recognizing their service was dedicated on the reservation today....

 

Bigfoot Sighted Once Again In America

A woman in Spokane, Washington, claims she saw and photographed the legendary Bigfoot while hiking. Although there has never been concrete evidence of this oversized hairy creature‘s existence, time and again people from different parts of the world have claimed about Bigfoot’s existence....

 

Rivals complain tribal-owned gas station doesn't charge state tax

A tribal-owned gas station in Salton City is selling gas so cheap that competitors, county officials and others are crying foul....

 

Kitzhaber backs bill supporting tribal cops

Gov. John Kitzhaber is throwing his weight behind a bill that would give tribal police officers more authority off reservations....

 

First Nations to U.N. Forum: Prior and Informed Consent, Not Just Consultation

Canada and the U.S. may have signed on with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples back in November and December, respectively. But in at least two areas—genetic resources and mining—both countries are trying to wiggle out of the clause requiring “prior and informed consent” from indigenous peoples when it comes to activities on their land...

 

N.M. U.S. Atty. to Hire Prosecutor to Deal With Domestic Violence on Tribal Lands

Recognizing the ever-disturbing problem of domestic violence on U.S. tribal lands, U.S. Mexico U.S. Attorney Ken Gonzales plans to announce the hiring of a prosecutor to specifically address the problem, the Associated Press reported....

 

United No More: Minority Journalists Alliance Breaks Down

A major alliance of minority journalists, including members of the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA), has ruptured after almost two decades of collaboration. One of the results has turned out to be an even murkier future for Indian journalists, already vastly underrepresent in newsrooms across the country....

 

Native American Children Have More Tooth Decay

MONDAY, May 30 (HealthDay News) -- Native American children in the United States and Canada have three times the rate of untreated cavities compared to other kids, according to a new policy statement from a pediatricians group that recommends doctors pay more attention to the oral health of those patients....

 

Aboriginal babies' tooth decay called 'serious'

More than 90 per cent of young children living in some Canadian aboriginal communities have cavities in their baby teeth, say dentists who are calling for preventive solutions....

 

Charles re-elected as chair of Lower Elwha tribe

PORT ANGELES — Frances Charles has been re-elected as chairwoman of the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe....

 

Bird-watcher wrongly arrested for possession of pot had sage in backpack

She prayed for peace that day. But the sage that Robin Brown carried on a bird-watching outing in Weston landed her in jail on felony charges of marijuana possession....

 

Former WMAT tribal police officer indicted

WHITE MOUNTAINS - A federal grand jury in Phoenix returned a two-count indictment charging former White Mountain Apache Tribal police officer, Glenn Cromwell, with federal crimes in connection with maliciously abandoning Anthony Archuleta and Barry Lowe in dangerously cold weather conditions in December 2008....

 

Will FBI be sued over artifacts suicide?

The widow of a Utah doctor who killed himself after they were arrested for artifacts trafficking has filed a wrongful death suit against the U.S. government. UPI....

 

American Indian Programs Target Bullying

Back in the fall, Kathleen Atene’s 5-year-old daughter was eagerly anticipating her first day of kindergarten—she’d get to ride the big yellow bus and go to the school her older sister attended. But when Atene went to her first parent conference a few weeks into the school-year, the teacher informed her that since the beginning of the year her daughter had been bullied...

 

Army Corps of Engineers Urged To Deploy Response Team To Standing Rock

Senator John Hoeven and Governor Jack Dalrymple today urged the Army Corps of Engineers to deploy a response team and deploy assistance to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to address rising Missouri River waters as a consequence of increased flows from the main stem dams. Both Senator Hoeven and Governor Dalrymple spoke with tribal Chairman Charley Murphy...

 

Rash of human-grizzly encounters attributed to growing population and deep snowpack

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — There have been a half-dozen encounters between grizzly bears and humans reported in Montana this month alone, a number experts attribute to a growing bear population stuck in the low country because of the deep snowpack....

 

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