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Articles from the July 25, 2011 edition

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 By Molly Miron    News    July 25, 2011

Cass County Grand Jury indicts Littlewolf with premeditated murder

A Cass County Grand Jury indicted Thursday indicted 27-year-old Ross Zangiegabo Littlewolf of Cass Lake with felony first-degree premeditated murder, second-degree intentional murder, three counts of first-degree burglary and two counts of second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon. Littlewolf was indicted in relation to the June 26 shooting death of Kandace Blaine Dunn,...

 

Healing Powwow held

Receiving the honor to carry the eagle staffs at the ninth annual Healing Powwow were, from left, veterans George Earth Sr., Robert Cook and Earl Fairbanks Thursday afternoon. Behind them are color guards from the Bemidji American Legion, Red Lake and Leech Lake. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper...

 
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Warrior Grill Weekly Specials for Week of July 25th-29th

Weekly special for week of July 25th-29th Monday.........................Hot beefs Tender beef between bread with mashed potatoes and gravy.........................$5.95 Tuesday..........................Turkey club wrap Turkey, lettuce, cheese, bacon, and tomatoes in a flour tortilla with ranch dressing. Comes with...

 

2011 Pacesetter JV Summer Tournament

Saturday July 23, 2011, Moose Lake High School. The team departed Friday and stayed in the beautiful Radisson Harborview in downtown Duluth, and headed out at 830 in a very strong thunderstorm for the journey down I-35 to Moose Lake HS. The weather and a detour had us arriving at the gym with 5 minutes to spare, which is...

 
 By Chris Jourdain    Sports    July 25, 2011

2011 Pacesetter JV Summer Tournament P2

Saturday July 23, 2011, Moose Lake High School. The team departed Friday and stayed in the beautiful Radisson Harborview in downtown Duluth, and headed out at 830 in a very strong thunderstorm for the journey down I-35 to Moose Lake HS. The weather and a detour had us arriving at the gym with 5 minutes to spare, which is...

 
 By Chris Jourdain    Sports    July 25, 2011

2011 Pacesetter JV Summer Tournament P3

Saturday July 23, 2011, Moose Lake High School. The team departed Friday and stayed in the beautiful Radisson Harborview in downtown Duluth, and headed out at 830 in a very strong thunderstorm for the journey down I-35 to Moose Lake HS. The weather and a detour had us arriving at the gym with 5 minutes to spare, which is...

 
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Red Lake School Board Meeting - Wednesday July 27, 2011

Red Lake School Board Meeting - Wednesday, July 27, 2011 2 PM - Administration Office...

 

Bemidji¹s Ojibwe Language Project Seeks to Make Effort Irreversible

Bemidji¹s Ojibwe Language Project committee, affiliated with Shared Vision, is proud to announce that Sanford Health has begun to place Ojibwe/English signage throughout their complex, and that Bemidji area schools (ISD 31) have committed to placing bilingual signage in every single school building. "It¹s hard to express the...

 

State budget: Local education leaders react to shift in state aid

The majority of public school leaders in Bemidji have agreed districts will likely have to borrow money....

 

New drugs fuel wave of violence and death

KONAWA, OKLA. - Past midnight, Kat Green arrived home from her police shift exhausted. She pulled the ponytail from her hair, slid into pajamas and clicked on the television. Then her smartphone started ringing with urgent messages....

 

Atlanta schools officials say 40 educators named in cheating scandal have resigned or retired

ATLANTA - Atlanta school officials say 41 educators accused in a cheating scandal have resigned or retired....

 
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2011 National Intertribal Youth Summit in Santa Fe, NM to convene young leaders from across country

WASHINGTON - Young men and women from tribal communities across the country have been selected to attend the week-long 2011 National Intertribal Youth Summit in Santa Fe, N.M., from July 24-28, 2011, featuring administration officials from the White House and the Departments of Justice, Interior, Health and Human Services and Education. The 2011 National Intertribal Youth...

 
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Seven Clans Casinos - Upcoming Events

Do you live in the Bemidji area?? We now have a free shuttle Monday - Thursday that picks up and drops off at 2 locations. See the Red Lake Casino section below for days and times. $5 Free Play is included as well. Warroad has the exciting Summer Splash promo going on this Saturday. You could be one of 49 big winners. It is a...

 

Red Lake July Celebbration 2011 July 7th Final Session 14 - VIDEO

Red Lake July Celebbration 2011 July 7th Final Session 14 - VIDEO Red Lake July Celebbration 2011 July 7th Final Session 16 - VIDEO...

 

FBI's McCabe has broad fan base

Several years ago, I finally persuaded FBI agent Paul McCabe to meet me for a beer. Another reporter and I arrived at Runyon's in Minneapolis first. A few minutes later, McCabe showed up and shook our hands. Then he stood uncomfortably for a couple of minutes until we asked him to sit down....

 

Feds aim to combat family violence on reservations

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- The U.S. Department of Justice has unveiled a legislative proposal that would stiffen federal sentences for certain domestic violence crimes in Indian Country and expand tribes' authority to enforce protection orders against non-Indians living on reservations. Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/07/23/3789222/feds-aim-to-combat-family-v...

 

Officials work for greater jurisdiction of tribes over non-Indian perpetrators of domestic violence

Non-Indians who sexually assault or abuse Native Americans would be held more accountable, under new legislation being proposed by federal officials. As Brian Bull reports, victims advocates hope it can curb what they consider an epidemic in "Indian Country."...

 

Johnny Bonta: Hate crime victim?

One May night in Fernley, Nevada, Native American Johnny Bonta got into a fight. It was a bad fight- one in which Bonta was knocked unconscious with a bat, had his nose and sinus cavities broken and received stab wounds to his neck. When the police arrived, they released the other combatants but brought Bonta to jail. Was it just a bad fight? Or, as the FBI is now...

 

White House Celebrates Lacrosse’s American Indian Origins

Representatives of the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse team had no trouble getting through the White House gates for a sunny July 11 event hosted by the Office of First Lady Michelle Obama on the South Lawn, which brought Native and non-Native children together for a morning of lacrosse learning and cultural sharing....

 

Tribe facing attack over bear zoos

CHEROKEE, N.C — An animal rights group is calling tribal bear zoos "prisons" on a billboard targeted at tourists showing a little girl crying with a bloodied bandage on her hand....

 

Chickasaw Nation aims to improve tribal access to health care with new $146 million hospital

ADA, Okla. — Ada resident Billy Ward, like many Chickasaw Nation members, had grown weary of the usual drill when he needed to see a diabetes doctor at the local tribal clinic....

 

Clothing tells part of Native American tradition

One of my favorite pictures is of my daughters, taken the summer when they were 8, 6 and 2. In this snapshot they are holding hands and wearing their ribbon dresses: one blue, one green, one lavender. The dresses have open butterfly-style sleeves, ribbon trim, and matching leggings. And because the dresses look freshly ironed, the picture must have been taken before we left...

 

Re-Discovering the Spirit of the American Indian Movement

I am doing an occasional series of stories from Native Americans that are living on the reservations or in slang terms “The Rez.” Life on the “rez” is alot different than city life. Many of the Native American tribal members of today deal with keeping the culture, traditions, language and morals alive when Western society have pushed their way into remote Native...

 

Cherokee Candidates spar over finance issues

Candidates vying to lead the Cherokee Nation as its next principal chief began retooling their campaigns in advance of a special election, which could become a costly venture....

 

Central grad excels at Native All-Star game

Rapid City Central graduate Ryan Jackson has always been planning on going to college. After last week’s Jim Thorpe Native All-Star football game in Denton, Texas, it looks like he’s going to play a little football while he’s there. Read more: http://rapidcityjournal.com/sports/football-central-grad-excels-at-native-all-star-game/article_39ee7e10-b58e-...

 

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