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Articles from the June 18, 2012 edition

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 By Michael Meuers    News    June 18, 2012

Work Continues for Suicide Prevention: "Sources of Strength" Seminar Held at Red Lake

About 30 youth and adults participated in the "Sources of Strength Seminar" held at the Red Lake last month. Participants included staff from the Families and Children Programs, Chemical Health Programs, and schools. But the seminar was geared to the training of students attending from Red Lake High School and Middle School....

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    June 18, 2012

Work Continues for Suicide Prevention: "Sources of Strength" Seminar Held at Red Lake - P2

About 30 youth and adults participated in the "Sources of Strength Seminar" held at the Red Lake last month. Participants included staff from the Families and Children Programs, Chemical Health Programs, and schools. But the seminar was geared to the training of students attending from Red Lake High School and Middle School....

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 18, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 18, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P2

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 By Lisa Stately    News    June 18, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P3

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 By Lisa Stately    News    June 18, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P4

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 By Lisa Stately    News    June 18, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P5

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P5...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 18, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P6

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P6...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 18, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P7

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P7...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – June 18, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – June 18, 2012 Beck says he will launch conservative 'Glee' Former Fox News firebrand Glenn Beck announced he has plans to ... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=40177&L=18158&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Not just Romney running on business record As President Obama and Democrats litigate whether Mitt...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – June 17, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – June 17, 2012 Foreign cash may have swayed Obama birth record Mike Zullo, a retired New Jersey detective now heading Arpaio’s... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=40131&L=18113&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- U.S. outsourcing spy missions in Africa since 2009 The U.S. military’s Africa Command is...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – June 16, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – June 16, 2012 King to sue White House over immigration enforcement Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King said Friday that he plans to su... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=39932&L=18041&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Cruel of the Nile: 76% of Egyptians want Obama gone A strong majority of people in Egypt,...

 

Two new Bemidji police officers sworn in

BEMIDJI — Officers Robert Brogren and Jade Hayft were sworn in June 7 as police officers for the city of Bemidji. They will fill positions re-established in 2011 after they were eliminated through attrition in 2010. Brogren and Hayft will undergo a 14-week field training program. The program is designed to teach new officers...

 

Bail agents banned at Dakota County jail

When John Grant's parents came to visit him at the Dakota County jail, they were immediately approached by bonding agents asking if they needed help in getting a loved one out by posting bail....

 

Sioux Nation Superstore Claims Spoiled-Meat Problems Fixed

Richard Whitmarsh, director of Sioux Nation Superstore, in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, has responded publicly to charges of spoiled-meat sales that closed down first the store’s meat department on Friday, May 4, then the entire privately operated, 50-employee business a week later. The problems began after an Oglala Sioux Tribe member purchased meat that was “said to be...

 

Is Elder Abuse Happening to Someone You Know or Love?

Elders in Indian Country are revered and respected for their knowledge and leadership skills. We transport them, offer elder services, care for their needs and love them. The words “abuse” and “elder” don’t generally enter our minds in the same context. Elder abuse is not traditional—however, it is happening in your community and throughout Indian Country. Maybe...

 

North Carolina social worker back on job despite pending criminal charges in child’s death

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A North Carolina social worker accused of failing to take action on complaints that could have saved a 15-month-old girl’s life has returned to her job even though she’s still facing criminal charges in the case....

 
 By Paula Quam    Features    June 18, 2012

Long arm of the law -- White Earth Tribal Police go mobile with high-tech command center

White Earth Police are now able to stretch the long arm of the law even further. The department now has a high tech way to deal with emergency situations anywhere, anytime, as they have turned a large RV into a fully functional command center on wheels. The RV is a 2006 model that the Tribal Police acquired from FEMA — in...

 

Cherokee wins back-to-back classical guitar state titles

SALINA, Okla. – Talon Kingfisher, a Cherokee Nation citizen and Salina High School junior, is leaving his mark in the school’s history. He has won first place for classical guitar at the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association’s band contest the past two years....

 

The Myth of Indian Scholarships and the Native Dropout Epidemic

Indian students who want to go to college have an unlimited amount of possibility. If they study hard and get good grades, they can attend any college or university in the United States, including the Ivy Leagues. Unfortunately, few high school counselors and teachers are telling them that. Fifty percent of Indian students drop out of high school. I often wonder if the racist...

 

Great Photos From the San Francisco Giants Native American Heritage Night

Great Photos From the San Francisco Giants Native American Heritage Night Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/photogallery/great-photos-from-the-san-francisco-giants-native-american-heritage-night http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/photogallery/great-photos-from-the-san-francisco-giants-native-american-heritage-night#ixzz1y8oNWxuP...

 

Woman who set Chediski Fire is still in court

Ten years after Valinda Jo Elliott ignited one part of the worst wildfire recorded in Arizona to that date, legal wrangling continues over her culpability....

 

Shaking the Education Tree

A senate candidate in Massachusetts has been accused of playing Indian to gain employment advantage and the Supreme Court has taken up a case that many experts claim portends the end of affirmative action. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/ict_sbc/shaking-the-education-tree http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/ict_sbc/shaking-the-educa...

 

Penelakut Elder committed suicide day he was to recount residential school experiences for settlement payout

A 63 year-old elder hung himself the day before his hearing for residential school compensation. The tiny remote island community, just off Vancouver Island, is now crying out for help....

 

Dark residential school memories still pushing many over the edge

The recent suicide of a 63 year-old elder prompted a group of family members and health care workers to come together to share their pain and give Canada a message: It’s time to help...

 

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