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Articles from the July 8, 2011 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    News    July 8, 2011

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P15

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P15 Monday's Edition will have the Red Lake Parade photographs....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 8, 2011

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P16

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P16...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 8, 2011

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P17

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P17...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 8, 2011

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P18

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P18...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 8, 2011

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P19

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P19...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 8, 2011

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P20

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P20...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 8, 2011

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P21

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P21...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 8, 2011

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P22

2011 Red Lake July Celebration P22 All the rest of the photographs of the July 5th evening session (Over 400 total) are available in the PHOTO section....

 

Red Lake CAP is Currently out of Funds Until the Next Heating Season

RED LAKE CAP HAS NO MORE FUNDS FOR ENERGY ASSISTANCE AND CITGO FUNDS UNTIL THE NEXT HEATING SEASON. Ramona Desjarlait, CAP Director...

 
 Events   

Beltrami County License Center remains open during state shutdown

The Beltrami County License Center remains open and able to complete most transactions during the state government shutdown. This includes driver’s license renewals, title transfers, and license tab renewals. In addition, all vital statistics services normally offered will be available including birth and death certificates, marriage licenses and certificates, and passports....

 
 Events   

Athletes, Youth Team up to Play Lacrosse on the White House lawn

Washington, DC— On Monday July 11, 2011 at 10 AM, DC area and Native American youth will visit the White House for a South Lawn Series event highlighting Let’s Move! in Indian Country and celebrating lacrosse and its origins. Students will participate in lacrosse stations on the South Lawn that will demonstrate both the traditional and modern forms of the game. Leadership...

 

Salazar Establishes Commission to Evaluate Indian Trust Administration and Reform

WASHINGTON, D.C.--Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today announced the establishment of a new Secretarial Commission on Indian Trust Administration and Reform that will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of Interior's trust management and provide recommendations on how to improve performance. The announcement kicks off a 30-day period during which Secretary Salazar is seek...

 

Vilsack Announces Funding To Preserve and Revitalize Rural Rental Housing Complexes

WASHINGTON, July 7, 2011 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA is accepting applications to participate in a demonstration program to preserve and revitalize existing Multi-Family Housing projects financed by Rural Development. "A top priority of the Obama Administration is to ensure that rural Americans have access to decent, safe and affordable...

 

Mayfly hatch ends quickly with arrival of summer

Summer took its own sweet time getting here this year but now it is suddenly very hot in the Bemidji area. Surface water temperatures in the local lakes soared past 70 degrees earlier this week and are now in the mid-70s and climbing....

 

Cherokee chief's observer alleges problems with recount in court filing

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — A supporter of Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad Smith says there were irregularities in a recount during a disputed election....

 

More tribal turmoil

TAHLEQUAH — The Cherokee Nation Supreme Court will convene at 8:30 a.m., Friday, July 8, to hear motions and appeals on the controversial June 25 principal chief election....

 

Ad campaign lands Eska in hot water

f there is a Canadian equivalent to the discredited old practice of a white performer wearing blackface, a Quebec bottled water company seems to have unintentionally stumbled upon it with a new advertising campaign....

 

Eska Water Pulls Offensive Ad Campaign

A trickle of complaints has turned into a flood of controversy for a Quebec-based water company. Eska Water, one of the official sponsors for this year's Pride Week, drew the ire of First Nations groups and some of our readers with their "Protecting the Purity" ad campaign. After attempts to quell the growing backlash, Eska announced today that they are pulling the campaign....

 

Lonechild's leadership formally challenged

Guy Lonechild, chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, continues to face questions about his leadership....

 

Defendant's son also charged in shooting incident

A federal judge ruled Wednesday that there is sufficient evidence to try Tyson Bigman on a federal felony assault charge....

 

Moment of silence

Saturday's funeral procession for Navajo Nation Police Sgt. Darrell Cervandez Curley made its way from Chinle across the Defiance Plateau to its destination at the family burial plot in Fort Defiance....

 

Census: Navajo enrollment tops 300,000

It's official. There are more than 300,000 enrolled members of the Navajo Nation....

 

State officially recognizes Hawaii's indigenous people

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - As of Wednesday Native Hawaiians have confirmation from the state of something they knew all along. Wednesday Governor Neil Abercrombie signed a bill into law officially recognizing Native Hawaiians as the "only indigenous, aboriginal, maoli population of Hawaii."...

 

Tribal official appointed to SD law enforcement commission

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley has appointed a law enforcement official from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to a state commission that oversees the training and certification of law officers....

 

Nevada skinheads on the hunt for Native Americans

Johnny Bonta was pumping gas at a Quick Stop in Fernley, Nevada when he says a group of skinheads pulled alongside him, waved a baseball bat and tried to pick a fight. “Let’s do this,” Bonta says one of them yelled....

 

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