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Articles from the July 5, 2011 edition

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Red Lake Pow Wow 1940's

Red Lake Pow Wow 1940's...

 

Minneapolis high schoolers take Fast Track to graduation

To prevent more students from dropping out of high school, Minneapolis has coaxed them into summer classes -- before they even start ninth grade....

 

Illegal fireworks sales bring millions to Indian reservation

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV)- They're illegal, but they're big business in Clark County. Millions being spent this July 4th weekend on illegal fireworks. There is one place where buying these illegal fireworks is legal. A nearby Indian reservation where thousands are loading up....

 

Hispanics Identifying Themselves as Indians

A procession of American Indians marched through Sunset Park, Brooklyn, on a weekend afternoon in early May, bouncing to a tribal beat. They dressed in a burst of colors, wore tall headdresses and danced in circles, as custom dictated, along a short stretch of the park....

 

B.C. woman complained about bears before death: family

A B.C. woman apparently mauled to death outside Lillooet late last month had complained about bears trying to get into her home, according to her family....

 

Tests to show if bear killed native elder

A First Nations community near Lillooet, B.C., is mourning the loss of a well-known elder after her remains were discovered eaten by bears last week....

 

Band knew of problem bears before fatal mauling, but took no action

Bear sightings are common in Lillooet, where berry bushes are abundant....

 
 By Chris Jourdain    Sports    July 5, 2011

Pacesetter Basketball Action in June 2011

Pacesetter Basketball Action in June 2011...

 
 Events   

Red Lake Independence Day Celebration Powwow

Red Lake Independence Day Celebration Powwow Red Lake, Minnesota July 5-7, 2011 PARADE , FIREWORKS, REZ CAR CONTEST ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 6TH (See Flyers) 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...

 
 By Dennis Peterson    Sports    July 5, 2011

Bemidji Speedway: Racing heats up on a hot night

Bemidji is known for its annual Jaycees Water Carnival which culminates with a fireworks display over Lake Bemidji on the night of the Fourth of July. But the fireworks came early at Bemidji Speedway on Sunday night with spins, crashes and a few tempers as hot weather, hot drivers and hot cars fueled the action. The first of two complete shows was held Sunday night. Street...

 

GOP lawmaker gets earful on Minnesota shutdown

EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — As Republican Sen. Ted Daley hustled up Yankee Doodle Road in the lineup for Eagan’s Fourth of July parade, some of his constituents wondered loudly why he wasn’t at the state Capitol 10 miles to the north trying to end the state government shutdown that was in its fourth day....

 

Powerball ticket price goes from $1 to $2 next year

MADISON, Wis. - The price of Powerball lottery tickets will double next year....

 
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Wisdom Steps 8th Annual Golf Tournament

Come Join Us for Some Fun That is Healthy…. Wisdom Steps 8th Annual Golf Tournament Fond-du-Lac Friday, September 16, 2011 - Black Bear Golf Course 9:00 a.m. Registration 10:00 a.m. Shot Gun start I-35 and 210 Carlton, Minnesota Black Bear Pro Shop: 218/ 722-8633 *Electric Cart *Casino Dollars *Gift Bags Many Prizes and...

 
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SMSC Farmer’s Market Open to the Public

Prior Lake, MN – Each Thursday the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community will hold a Farmer’s Market at Mazopiya, the tribe’s natural food market, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Featuring fresh, organic produce exclusively from the tribe’s garden, Mdewakanton Wozupi, the Farmer’s Market is open to the public. A wide array of vegetables like spinach, mizuna, radishes,...

 

Local Schools and Governments Invited to Participate in New Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Enterprise

Prior Lake, MN – This summer the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community will open an Organics Recycling Facility at a site west of McKenna Road, east of County Road 83, and south of County Road 16 on SMSC trust land. The site will process leaves, grass, brush, straw, and food waste to create compost, an important organic soil amendment. Primary access will be from County Road...

 

Vilsack Invites Applications to Promote Regional Business Development and Job Creation Efforts

WASHINGTON, July 5, 2011 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA is accepting applications for grants to support regional economic development strategies and promote job creation. "The Obama Administration is working on a regional basis to build networks of strong, self-sustaining rural communities," Vilsack said. "This program will help create jobs and...

 

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