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Articles from the June 17, 2011 edition

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 By Pat Miller    Sports    June 17, 2011

Cass Lake-Bena's Wind ties for 15th at state golf tournament

Cody Wind of Cass Lake-Bena finished in a tie for 15th place at the state Class A boys golf tournament at Pebble Creek Golf Course near Becker which concluded Thursday. Wind shot 78 during Wednesday’s first round and followed that score with Thursday’s 82. His 36-hole total of 160 was good for a 15th-place tie with Adam Nickel of Springfield. Matt Chalberg of Trinity was...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    June 17, 2011

Bemidji golfer Dale finishes 23rd at state golf tournament

Trey Dale capped his junior golf season Wednesday by finishing 23rd at the state Class 3A tournament with rounds of 77-75-152 at Bunker Hills. “I didn’t expect to place this high,” Dale said. “Tuesday I wasted some birdie opportunities and Wednesday I had a few bad holes but I did have five birdies and that is a good day for me. It was fun out there and playing at the...

 

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Jessica Hernandez

Jessica Ann Briseno Hernandez, 28, of Anoka, formerly of Cass Lake, died Wednesday, June 15, 2011, in Woodbury, Minn. A wake service for Jessica will begin at 11 a.m., Friday, June 17, and continue until the 11 a.m. service, Sunday, June 19, all at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cass Lake. Northern Peace Funeral Home of...

 
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Red Lake Independance Day Celebration Powwow

Red Lake Independance Day Celebration Powwow Red Lake, Minnesota July 5-7, 2011 DRAFT FLYER...INFORMATION HAS BEEN CONFIRMED as of 12-9-10 MC's: Wallace Coffey, Lawton, OK RezDawg, Red Lake, MN AD's: Mack Kingbird, Red Lake, MN Edmond Nevaquaya Host Drum: Eyabay, Red Lake, MN Battle River, Red Lake, MN Four Invited Drums: Midnite Express Wild Horse Poundmaker Young Bird SOUND P...

 
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NFB marks National Aboriginal Day with the online launch of a new documentary trilogy and a groundbreaking digital storytelling project

Montreal, June 16, 2011 - The National Film Board celebrates National Aboriginal Day on June 21 with the online launch of the Pete Standing Alone Trilogy, a powerful trio of films about the Blood Reserve in Southern Alberta, and God's Lake Narrows, an interactive depiction of the reality of life on the reserve. These new releases underline the NFB's long-standing collaboration...

 
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Beltrami County Sheriffs' Department

The Lakes Area Dive Team, along with the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies, will be conducting a training exercise on Lake Bemidji at Cameron Park on Saturday, June 18, 2011. The exercise will start at noon and will involve the use of a manikin in a body recovery scenario. We ask that our citizens give them plenty of room to exercise. Your...

 

Crackdown on Impaired Boaters coming to Beltrami County

Beginning June 24 and running through June 26, 2011, the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office will participate in the Operation Dry Water program and will be out in force looking for boaters whose Blood Alcohol Content exceeds the state limit of .08%. Operation Dry Water will include increased patrols and breathalyzer tests as well as boater education. Impaired boaters can...

 

Beltrami County: New Permanent Prescription Drug Drop Off Point

The Paul Bunyan Task Force announced today, June 16, 2011, that a permanent drop off box has been established in the lobby of the Law Enforcement Center, 613 Minnesota Ave NW, Bemidji, MN (corner of 6th St NW and Minnesota Ave NW). Citizens are welcome to drop off expired prescriptions or narcotics, however there are...

 

Sweeping victory of tribes over non-Indians

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals provided a sweeping victory for Indian tribes over non-Indian interests, concluding that Indian tribes have inherent power to regulate the activities of a non-Indian trespasser on tribal lands, and to maintain an eviction action in Tribal Court against the non-Indian and his business. The opinion is Water Wheel Recreation Area, Inc. v....

 

Rosebud Sioux Tribe reaches law agreement

ROSEBUD, SOUTH DAKOTA — A historic agreement was reached between U.S. Attorney Brendan Johnson and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe which allows the tribe to prosecute non-Indians who commit federal offenses on the Rosebud reservation in federal court....

 

Sauk-Suiattle Tribe fires 11 of its 64 employees in dispute among council members

DARRINGTON -- A group of people have been fired by the small Sauk-Suiattle Tribe amid a dispute among members of the Tribal Council....

 

Exploitation Charges Dropped Against Abenaki Chief

ST. ALBANS, Vt. -- Charges of exploiting an elderly man have been dropped against the chief of Vermont's Missisquoi Abenaki tribe. Read more: http://www.wptz.com/news/28256694/detail.html#ixzz1PXGBoLOC...

 

Heir challenges local tribe

John Lee Feezor left all he had to his fiancée Katherine Elke when he died unexpectedly in December 2008, but now Elke claims she can’t get all that his estate is owed from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community....

 

Aboriginal Day celebrations begin with a parade

There will be lots to do in Williams Lake next week to celebrate and learn more about First Nations culture in our area....

 

Native Americans in Video Games: Racism, Stereotypes, & The Digitized Indian

Tomahawks, bows and arrows, feathered headdresses, a connection to the spiritual world — these are just a few of the stereotypical elements associated with the “Indians” of popular culture. Generally, these features, among others, are mixed together and poured into a cliche “Native American” mould that characterizes them as either an outdated civilization of savages...

 

Red Bluff’s female heavy-hitter

Though she’s only 5 feet, 2 inches tall and weighs only 125 pounds, Avery Vilche walked confidently into the cage, ready to spar with a young man at least 15 pounds heavier than she. Almost immediately, she took charge, throwing him around with more force than anyone would expect from the tiny fighter....

 

Wallow Fire Now Largest in Arizona History; Apache Reservations Spared

The Wallow Fire, though currently 18% contained, according to officials, has become the largest forest fire in Arizona history, AZCentral.com reports. By 7:30 AM on June 14, it had burned 469,000 acres in Arizona and New Mexico, surpassing the previous figure of 468,000 acres charred by the Rodeo-Chedeski blaze in 2002....

 

Skull found in backyard of South Pas home

A skull was unearthed in the backyard of a South Pasadena residence on May 25....

 

Three Ho-Chunk indicted in bribery scandal

MADISON — The former vice president of the Ho-Chunk Nation and two other tribe members were indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday and charged with taking millions of dollars in bribes....

 

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