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Articles from the July 7, 2014 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

Red Lake July Celebration - The Parade

Red Lake July Celebration - The Parade...

 

The 'contrary warrior': Born in Red Lake, Adam Fortunate Eagle is bound for the history books

Adam Fortunate Eagle is awaiting another film crew, expected to arrive later in the week. This particular group, coming from Frankfurt, Germany, to his Nevada home, wants to talk to him about the loss of the "shoe tree," a decades-old Cottonwood that was out in the...

 

For Ojibwe, Lake Mille Lacs is a way of life - not just a fishery

Hundreds of years ago, our Anishinabeg ancestors began a migration from the northeast. They were guided by a vision and were told to follow a trail of sacred shells until they came to a place where the food grew on the water. When they found manoomin (wild rice), their journey was over. This is how the ancestors of...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

Red Lake July Celebration - The Parade - P2

Red Lake July Celebration - The Parade - P2...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

Red Lake July Celebration - The Parade - P3

Red Lake July Celebration - The Parade - P3...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

2014 July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon

2014 July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

2014 July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon - P2

2014 July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon - P2...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

2014 July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon - P3

2014 July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon - P3...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

Ojibwemowin Rivitalization Celebration in Honor of Larry Stillday held in Red Lake - P16

An Ojibwemowin Rivitalization Celebration in Honor of Larry Stillday (Chi-Ma'iingan) was held in Red Lake on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at the Hospital Field area. The event featured honor songs, dancing, a feast and giveaway. There were about 350 community members in...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

Ojibwemowin Rivitalization Celebration in Honor of Larry Stillday held in Red Lake - P17

An Ojibwemowin Rivitalization Celebration in Honor of Larry Stillday (Chi-Ma'iingan) was held in Red Lake on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at the Hospital Field area. The event featured honor songs, dancing, a feast and giveaway. There were about 350 community members in...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

Seki sworn in as 6th Tribal Chairman of the Red Lake Nation - P47

RED LAKE, MN - On Tuesday, June 10, 2014, at shortly after 9 AM, Red Lake Chairman Floyd "Buck" Jourdain called his last Regular Tribal Council Meeting to order at the Red Lake Humanities Center. After roll call, the first order of business was for a vote to accept the...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 7, 2014

Seki sworn in as 6th Tribal Chairman of the Red Lake Nation - P48

RED LAKE, MN - On Tuesday, June 10, 2014, at shortly after 9 AM, Red Lake Chairman Floyd "Buck" Jourdain called his last Regular Tribal Council Meeting to order at the Red Lake Humanities Center. After roll call, the first order of business was for a vote to accept the...

 

Peering into the past: Maps of Native America's history raise questions

BEMIDJI -- America. Land of the free and the home of the brave. But brave people already called this land home before Francis Scott Key wrote "The Star Spangled Banner," before Europeans declared their freedom from Great Britain on land already occupied by other...

 
 By Crystal Dey    News    July 7, 2014

Redby man pleads guilty to Bemidji stabbing

BEMIDJI -- A Redby man plead guilty in Beltrami County Court to charges in a Bemidji stabbing incident in May. Orland James Spears, 23, is charged with felony first-degree burglary in possession of a dangerous weapon and second degree assault. He entered a guilty plea June 20. Spears is accused of stabbing a...

 
 By Crystal Dey    News    July 7, 2014

Man pleads not guilty in Red Lake meth seizure

BEMIDJI -- One of three people arrested for transporting methamphetamine to Red Lake from the Twin Cities in May has plead not guilty. Joseph Jacob "Jake" Thunder III, 47, of Redby entered a not guilty plea in Beltrami County Court on June 23. He is accused of working with Alex "Sparky" Dejesus-Zuniga, 18, and Delisha...

 
 By Crystal Dey    News    July 7, 2014

Bemidji man admits guilt in sex assault case against 11-year-old

BEMIDJI -- A Bemidji man accused of sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl in April 2013 has plead guilty in Beltrami County Court. Jeremy Bruce Cournoyer, 33, of Bemidji is charged with felony first-degree criminal sexual conduct. He amended his not guilty plea entered...

 
 By Crystal Dey    News    July 7, 2014

Fosston man pleads guilty in Bemidji armed robbery

BEMIDJI -- A Fosston man has plead guilty in Beltrami County Court to his part in an armed robbery in Bemidji in March. Riley William Burns, 18, Fosston, entered a guilty plea June 23. Burns was arrested along with Michael Todd Fineday Jr., 19, of Bemidji after the pair forced their way into a Bemidji home and...

 
 By Crystal Dey    Politics    July 7, 2014

Leech Lake inauguration held in Walker

WALKER -- Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe members traveled from the tribal government headquarters in Cass Lake to Walker to host the 2014 Inauguration Ceremony at Northern Lights Event Center on Thursday. A new secretary/treasurer, District 1 and District 2 representatives...

 

Flooding causes $70K of damage in Beltrami County: Total not enough to receive federal aid money

BEMIDJI -- Recent flooding caused as much as $70,000 in estimated public property damages in Beltrami County, officials said Thursday....

 

U.S. Department of the Interior Action Detrimental to Arizona and Arizona Tribes

PHOENIX—July 3, 2014— Leaders of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) are dismayed with the action by U.S. Department of the Interior, Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs, Kevin Washburn who today communicated his decision to convert a county island located within the City of Glendale, Arizona...

 

Mississippi attorney selected to lead Chickasaw Inkana' Foundation

ADA, Okla. - Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby recently appointed an experienced Mississippi attorney and businessman to lead a Chickasaw Nation-supported foundation in the homelands. Mr. Brad Prewitt, Tupelo, was appointed executive director of the newly-formed...

 

Nominations Now Accepted for Chickasaw Nation 2014 Dynamic Woman of the Year Award

The Chickasaw Nation is now accepting nominations for the 2014 Dynamic Woman of the Year Award. Established in 2006, the Dynamic Woman of the Year award honors Chickasaw women who have made significant contributions to the Nation, served as role models to other Chickasaw women and who have made a difference in the...

 

USDA to Invest in Red River Basin Conservation Effort

MOORHEAD, Minn., July 2, 2014 - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and House Agriculture Committee Ranking Member Collin Peterson today announced targeted conservation funding of up to $50 million over the next five years in the Red River of the North Basin to minimize flooding, boost soil health, improve water quality...

 

N. Minneapolis homicide victims identified

Police continue to investigate a series of separate incidents that claimed two lives in north Minneapolis over the weekend and left several others wounded....

 

Summer is already over for some kids

School starts Monday at Face to Face Academy in St. Paul....

 

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