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 By Michael Barrett    News    June 10, 2021

Red Lake Nation Spring Pow Wow 2021 held at Pow Wow Grounds Friday and Saturday - P20

Red Lake Nation Spring Pow Wow 2021 held at Pow Wow Grounds Friday and Saturday...

 

Chairman Keith B. Anderson Statement on Passing of Chief Leonard Crow Dog

We join others of the Oceti Sakowin (Seven Council Fires/Great Sioux Nation), from around Indian Country, and throughout the world in celebrating the life of Chief Leonard Crow Dog who recently passed. For many years, our Tribe and its leaders worked with Chief Crow Dog and many others of the Oceti Sakowin as we came together to protect and restore land known as Pe Sla, a part...

 

DEMOCRATS FOR LIFE TO RALLY AGAINST "THE REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM ACT"

Trenton, NJ- Democrats For Life of America is holding a rally in Trenton, New Jersey today from 12-2 pm to urge the New Jersey government to kill the harmful “Reproductive Freedom Act” which would essentially make abortion the default option for crisis pregnancies in New Jersey. “New Jersey already has some of the highest abortion rates in the country,” said Dan Green,...

 
 By Anisa Hajimumin    News    June 10, 2021

Economic Opportunities for Immigrants and Refugees Interested in Agriculture and Food Business Was Focus of June's Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Forum

At June’s Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Forum, community leaders, state agencies, and nonprofit organizations came together to talk about the economic opportunities and challenges in the agriculture industry for Minnesota’s Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) farmers. The forum also shared a range of resources from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Econom...

 

City Administrator of Mahnomen to resign with his last day June 30, 2021

Dr. Berg has announced his resignation as the City Administrator for the City of Mahnomen, after serving as the City Administrator from 2007 to 2009 and again from 2015 to 2021. He has announced his resignation to be effective July 15, 2021, but will be leaving the city on June 30, 2021 to take a full-time job with the...

 

Native Activist Avoids Jail Time for Keystone XL Protest

On the same day Canadian pipeline developer TC Energy announced that it’s officially terminating its Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline project, one Native American activist has avoided jail time for her protest against it. Jasilyn Charger, represented by attorney Terry L. Pechota, pled no contest today to a charge of criminal trespass under the South Dakota penal code, agreeing to...

 

New NPS guidance will help prepare historic buildings for flooding hazards

WASHINGTON – Flooding risk has long been a challenge for many historic properties. Changing weather patterns, stronger hurricanes and other extreme weather events have increased the risk of flooding, both in frequency and magnitude. The National Park Service developed new flood adaptation guidelines to help property owners...

 

Republicans Know They Can't Win Without Cheating, So They're Engaged in a Coordinated Campaign to Restrict Voting Rights

The Republican Party is engaged in a coordinated campaign to restrict voting rights across the country. Republican officials have recently been touring Arizona’s shambolic election “audit” to use it as a model in their own states. And now, unsurprisingly, we know Arizona’s bogus review is funded by secretive outside dark money groups tied to Donald Trump and his Big Lie...

 

The wait is over: Broadway @ the Ordway is back with four crowd-pleasing musicals

ST. PAUL, Minn. (June 9, 2021) — The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts today announced the re-launch of its beloved flagship series, Broadway @ the Ordway. Broadway @ the Ordway 2021-2022 includes four popular musicals: “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical,” “An Officer and a Gentleman” and “Waitress.” Flexible pick-your-own...

 

Chickasaw Nation Announces Candidates For General Election

Chickasaw Nation Election Secretary, Rita Loder, announced the close of filing period at 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 9, 2021 for the 2021 general election. Pontotoc District Legislator, Seat 1 incumbent Toby Perkins, Ada, will face challengers Monty E. Stick, Francis, and Bailey Walker, Ada. Pontotoc District Legislator, Seat 2 incumbent Nancy Elliott, Ada, will face challenger...

 

Chickasaw photographer explores beauty in nature and every day scenes

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. – More than 30 years ago, Chickasaw photographer Kelly Langley last tripped the shutter on her Nikon EM 35mm film camera with hopes of being a photojournalist. It was the mid-1980s, and journalism jobs for women were few. So, graduate school beckoned. With funds a little skimpy, she needed to sell her film...

 

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