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Articles from the June 25, 2012 edition

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 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 25, 2012

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - Second Day

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - Second Day...

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 25, 2012

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - Second Day - P2

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - Second Day - P2...

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 25, 2012

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - Second Day - P3

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 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 25, 2012

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - Second Day - P4

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - Second Day - P4...

 

Back in Time - February 2003 - P5

Back in Time - February 2003 - P5...

 

Back in Time - February 2003 - P6

Back in Time - February 2003 - P6...

 

Back in Time - February 2003 - P7

Back in Time - February 2003 - P7...

 

Back in Time - February 2003 - P8

Back in Time - February 2003 - P8...

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 25, 2012

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - First Day - P5

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - First Day - P5...

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 25, 2012

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - First Day - P6

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Acting Assistant Secretary Donald “Del” Laverdure Posts to New Blog

WASHINGTON – Acting Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Donald “Del” Laverdure today posted “Interior Department Helps Indian Country Go Green.” The Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs blog will be an on-going endeavor to inform the public about programs, activities, and other things that are going on within Indian Affairs. Today’s blog contributors: • Jodi...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – June 25, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – June 25, 2012 Obama looks overseas for campaign cash The all-consuming hunt for donors has led President Barack Obam... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=41750&L=18818&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Fast and Furious began under Obama, not Bush We had a call late in the program yesterday from a woman...

 

Susan Marie Headbird

Susan Marie (Auginaush) Headbird (Gii Ga Kee – One Close To The Earth), 87 of Cass Lake died Friday, June 22, 2012 at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center. Funeral Services will be 1:00 pm Wednesday, June 27, 2012 at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cass Lake, MN with Rev. George Ross and Rev. Mark Olson officiating. A wake will...

 

Floyd Russell Johnson

Floyd Russell Johnson, 84 years old, "BAH-DAY-BAA-SUNG" which means Coming Thru the Light, of Pennington, MN passed away at the Cass Lake IHS Hospital on Friday, June 22, 2012. He was born October 5, 1927. His parents were Pauline Windom Johnson and Tom Johnson. His aunt Mary Nicholas helped raise him. He married Muriel Wilson...

 

FREDERICKS PEEBLES & MORGAN WINS VICTORY IN NEW YORK TOBACCO CASE

Omaha, Nebraska—Fredericks Peebles & Morgan announced today a victory for the firm on behalf of its client HCI Distribution in a lawsuit filed in New York regarding the state’s seizure of legally purchased tobacco products from the client. The court’s decision is the culmination of a six-month long effort to prevent the state of New York from continuing to hold the client...

 
 By Kayla Prasek    News    June 25, 2012

Native American students learn about medical field at summer camp

BEMIDJI – Thirty-three Minnesota Native American students have spent the last two weeks learning about the medical field at Bemidji State University. INMED, a camp for Native American high school students interested in medical careers, gave the students a college-like experience on BSU’s campus. The students spent their...

 
 By Brian Matthews    News    June 25, 2012

People’s Voice meeting tackles social issues

BEMIDJI – Poverty, health and corruption were the most common concerns spoken about at the People’s Voice meeting held Saturday at the People’s Choice Church. “I think half of this board is filled with solutions and half of it is filled with problems,” said Curtis Buckanaga, an organizer of the event. “I think we...

 

FY 2012 Legacy Funded Artist Mentor Grants Awarded

The Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment, passed by Minnesota voters on November 4, 2008, has made it possible for the Region 2 Arts Council to award $6,599 in Artist Mentor Grants to young artists in our region for the third year in a row. This spring, eleven Region 2 Arts Council Artist Mentor grants were awarded to eleven 9th -12th grade student artists to mentor with a...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – June 24, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – June 25, 2012 Utah wildfires force 2,300 out of their homes Wind and heat challenged crews in their battle Saturday against... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=41536&L=18771&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- The iPhone 5 could flash cool look, global function After unveiling a marginally improved iPhone...

 

Prisoner dies after denial of care

An inmate with a history of seizures was denied emergency care by a prison nurse who overrode a doctor's orders for an ambulance, and within an hour the man suffered irreversible brain damage that led to his death, according to documents obtained by the Star Tribune....

 

Editorial: What's next for charter schools?

Back in 1992, with a handful of students and teachers, City Academy High School in St. Paul became the nation's first public charter school. Now, 20 years later, more than 5,600 charter programs have more than 2 million students in 40 states....

 

Judge upholds Ind. law banning sex offenders from social networking sites; appeal planned

INDIANAPOLIS - A national civil rights group said Sunday it would appeal a federal judge's decision to uphold an Indiana law that bans registered sex offenders from accessing Facebook and other social networking sites used by children....

 

Feeling stressed? Talk to your mother

In this era of computer chats and cellphone messages, hearing the voice of someone who loves you -- your mom, especially -- still carries a mighty biological boost at stressful times....

 

udge rules in Cheyenne & Arapaho frozen funds case

CONCHO, Okla. – A Custer County judge assumed authority June 21 over the bank account for two Oklahoma tribes grappling with an extended leadership dispute....

 

Tribal leaders to discuss plans to regain authority over members

TOPPENISH -- Yakama Nation leaders on Tuesday will brief local government officials of how they intend to implement a measure that will return criminal and civil authority to the tribe over its people....

 

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