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Articles from the June 16, 2011 edition

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Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P25

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Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P30

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Red Lake Nation Boys & Girls Club Summer Hours

Monday - Friday 12:30 PM - 5 PM Ages 6-18 Snack will be served 1:30 - 2:30 PM Doors Open at 12:30 PM...

 

Tribal Justice News - June, 15, 2011

Mississippi Man Sentenced for Burglary (U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi) U.S. Attorney John M. Dowdy Jr. announced on June 7, 2011, that Keith Anthony Collins, 27, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge William H. Barbour Jr., to 36 months in prison and three years of supervised release for house burglary within the boundaries of the Tribal Lands of the...

 
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St. Mary's Mission Food shelves in Red Lake and Ponemah

Red Lake and Ponemah Food shelves will be on Friday the 24th. Red Lake at 11 AM until food is gone and Ponemah at 1 PM until the food is gone....

 
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Seven Clans Casino - Red Lake

Seven Clans Casino - Red Lake Wednesday - Friday Standard and Fireplace Suite Special THIS WEEK ONLY $39.00...

 
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Leech Lake Tribal College 2011 Golf Classic

Leech Lake Tribal College 2011 Golf Classic Long Bow Golf Club k Friday, June 24 Nestled alongside beautiful Leech Lake, Long Bow Golf Club is the area’s premier championship course. This 6,500 yard par 72 gem features rolling terrain, lush, natural wetlands, and large undulating bent-grass greens, providing a scenic...

 

USDA Announces Projects to Provide Increased Renewable Energy Production, Reduce Reliance on Foreign Oil

WASHINGTON, June 15, 2011 — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today the establishment of four additional Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP) project areas to promote the cultivation of crops that can be processed into renewable energy. Acreage in Arkansas, Missouri, Ohio and Pennsylvania will be designated to grow giant miscanthus, a sterile hybrid warm-season gr...

 

World-Renowned Composer in Residence at SAR

Santa Fe, NM - The School for Advanced Research is pleased to welcome Mohican composer Brent Michael Davids as the 2011 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native Artist Fellow at SAR. Davids will be in residence from June 15-August 15, 2011. With a musical career spanning thirty-five years, Davids's style combines the Western techniques of classical music with Native musical traditions. Wh...

 
 By Pat Pheifer    News    June 16, 2011

Mille Lacs Tribal Court awards $4.2M in beating case

A man who was beaten, mutilated and left for dead in below-zero temperatures after he refused to join the Vice Lords gang was awarded nearly $4.3 million in damages from his attacker by the Tribal Court of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. It's unlikely that Cody St. John, 26, will ever recover the full monetary award, but his attorney, Patrick Noaker, said the court's ruling...

 

4,800 at risk of not graduating

Several thousand high school seniors in the state's Class of 2011 face the risk of not graduating because they haven't passed required reading and writing tests, echoing a situation from a year ago....

 

Parker council members react to Tribal liquor tax

Parker Town Council members have mixed reactions to the new 6.6 percent liquor tax being imposed by the Colorado River Indian Tribes. Some members say the tax will be detrimental to local businesses, while others say it will likely not have much of an effect on local businesses at all....

 

Tribal council is targeted for shakeup

Snoqualmie Tribe Chief Jerry Enick is calling on the tribe’s members to throw out most of their elected officials....

 

Tribal Police Satisfied with Outcome of Drug Raid

Aboriginal police forces who assisted in the 500-officer-strong June 14 drug raid on several Mohawk territories around Montreal said on Tuesday that ridding their land of drugs and organized crime would help guard the nations’ cultural integrity as well as restore public security....

 

Legislators discuss budget impact with BSU faculty

Bemidji State University members told state officials Wednesday that the 14 percent cuts to the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system projected in the budget proposed by Republicans would cause disastrous damage....

 

More Non-Indians Choosing Tribal Colleges

Chris Hilfer and Noel Stewart, both white, learned unexpected lessons during their first year at college. They found out what it’s like to be in a racial minority....

 

The Indians of Ashburn

Sometimes, traveling along Ashburn's carefully tended parkways, I try to imagine how this area might have looked 400 years ago, before the Europeans arrived. The land must have been, as now, partly wooded, with a gentle topography and abundant water, a mild climate, and plenty of wildlife. It must have provided an abundant good life for those early natives. Seventeenth century...

 

More than 200 Crow Reservation homes damaged, destroyed from flooding

CROW AGENCY — Dexter Falls Down Sr.'s trailer is still surrounded by murky green water more than three weeks after flooding made it uninhabitable....

 

Arizona wildfire biggest in state history

High winds expected to buffet eastern Arizona starting Thursday will challenge firefighters who have been making progress in a battle to tame the state's largest-ever wildfire....

 

Tribe bans swimming until water levels recede

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has issued a reservation-wide ban on swimming because of the high water levels in lakes, creeks and rivers....

 

Billings man pleads guilty in hazardous waste case

A Billings man admitted Tuesday to illegally disposing of 1,258 gallons of hazardous waste on land leased by the Fort Peck Indian Reservation....

 

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