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 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2011

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P7

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 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2011

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 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2011

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Speed Limit Changes on Some County Roads

Beltrami County has received authorization from the Minnesota Department of Transportation to post new speed limits on four County roads. The new speed limits are the result of recent speed studies completed by MnDOT at the County's request. The Beltrami County Highway Department will be installing new speed limit signs within the next couple weeks. The affected roads are...

 

Hot air balloon lands on U.S. Highway 71 median

At about 8:30 a.m. today, Wednesday, July 6, a hot air balloon landed on the median of U.S. Highway 71 just north of Anne Street Northwest. The five occupants were wearing Shooting Star T-shirts leading to the mistaken assumption they were promoting the casino. Jamie Miller, Shooting Star advertising manager, said the casino has never used a balloon to advertise the...

 

American Indians and Baseball

Native Americans went through a great transition from being on their own continent and having their own way of life to being told how to live and pushed off of their ground. Throughout time, the natives were forced onto reservations and had a tough time getting off. They were pushed to give up their language and customs by the...

 

Chief Should Let It Go

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The chief-elect of one of the nation’s largest American Indian tribes called on the incumbent to give up the post Tuesday, as tribe officials confirmed a new election could be called if the bitter back-and-forth and legal wrangling don’t stop....

 

Government Settles Trust Lawsuit With Native Americans

Calling it “the beginning of a new era” in the U.S. government’s relations with Native American communities, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar hailed a $3.4 billion settlement against the federal government last week....

 

Tribal-Land Payday Loans Spark Reservations

BOSTON (TheStreet) -- The unique nature of Native American reservations, as lands that operate as "tribal enterprises" with sovereign rights, has led to a rise in so-called payday loan businesses chartered there....

 

Cayuga Indian Nation's council tells feds they want leadership change

Cayuga Indian Nation's council tells feds they want leadership change Read more: http://auburnpub.com/news/local/article_0799a266-a849-11e0-be38-001cc4c002e0.html#ixzz1RQO7YlAc...

 

Tribal council shuts down Native American newspaper

A Native American newspaper in a remote region of northern California will not be able to publish again unless editors can justify the publication's budget and content to tribal leaders, one of the paper's editors said Wednesday....

 

Indian farmers begin filing claims in settlement with USDA

PEMBROKE - When J.R. Mitchell needed a $7,000 low-interest loan to keep his Robeson County farm running back in 1983, he got no help from the U.S. Department of Agriculture....

 

Indian tribes welcome much-maligned FEMA homes

LITTLE AXE, Okla. (AP) — Thousands of mobile homes that were rejected as temporary housing following Hurricane Katrina are finally being put to good use....

 

Appeals court orders new trial for defendant in reservation assault case

WASHINGTON – A federal court Tuesday ordered a new trial for a Parker, Ariz., man accused of assaulting and seriously injuring his girlfriend at their home on the Colorado River Indian Tribes reservation in 2008....

 

Appeals court rules man is Indian enough for federal jurisdiction

A Montana man who benefited from the Indian Health Service since birth and was convicted in tribal court more than once is an "Indian person" under federal law, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week....

 

Stoney Tribal Cadets stand tall

"I want you guys to be bad kids." That's not something you'd expect to hear a cop say to a group of school children, but RCMP Cpl. Mel Calahasen has a different interpretation of bad....

 

Authorities go silent on discovery of bones in floodway

Scores of bone fragments unearthed when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers blasted the Birds Point-New Madrid levee could fall prey to looters and morbid treasure collectors, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources....

 

Fires displace 10 reservation families in ND

Fires that authorities say might be linked to fireworks displaced 10 families on the Spirit Lake Nation reservation in North Dakota....

 

Rampaging polar bear shot in Churchill

Conservation officers in Churchill, Man., were forced to shoot and kill a polar bear after it wandered into town, became aggressive and started charging their truck....

 

Crag Redhawk: Lamely Poses As Tribal Cop in Heart of Austin, Allegedly

One of the so-called Five Civilized Tribes, the Choctaw Indians once controlled most of what is now Mississippi. A remnant remained behind when Andrew Jackson removed the bulk of them to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears....

 

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