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Articles from the August 25, 2011 edition

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Looking Back - Red Lake Warrior Basketball

Looking Back - Red Lake Warrior Basketball...

 
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7 Clans Casinos -Warroad - 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament

7 Clans Casinos -Warroad - 2nd Annual Charity Golf Tournament Saturday, August 27, 2011- Warroad Estates Golf Course What: 3-person, 18 hole scramble Where: Warroad Estates Golf Course 293 Elm Drive, Warroad Registration: 9 a.m. Shotgun Start: 10 a.m. Entry Fee: $300/team (memberships not applicable) Registration includes: 1...

 
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Do you love to run? Ever think about running a marathon?

Do you love to run? Ever think about running a marathon? REGISTER TODAY This may just be what your looking for! For runners of all sorts, this race/marathon includes, 5k, 10k, and the full marathon of 26.2 miles! How far are you willing to push yourself? The 5k and 10k will be on Saturday, October 1 starting time for 10k will be 7:30 am., 5k will start at 9:00am at the State...

 
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Fall Arts Festival - September 17th @ 3pm

Fall Arts Festival - September 17th @ 3pm Viva Musica is a non-profit dedicated to saving music and art education in our schools. Enjoy the beautiful views of Gull Lake for a fun, family-friendly event in Brainerd, Minnesota. There will be dancing, music, art, and great local vendors. There will also be an exciting auction for...

 

Let's have more respect for our cemeteries P5

A week or so ago there was some vandalism that occurred at St. Mary's Mission Cemetery. No one seems to know why this was done, or if it targeted specific graves. In any event, people need to know these types of thing are happening. Everyone needs to know that a lot of people respect and cherish the grave sites of their loved...

 

Let's have more respect for our cemeteries P6

A week or so ago there was some vandalism that occurred at St. Mary's Mission Cemetery. No one seems to know why this was done, or if it targeted specific graves. In any event, people need to know these types of thing are happening. Everyone needs to know that a lot of people respect and cherish the grave sites of their loved...

 

Let's have more respect for our cemeteries P8

A week or so ago there was some vandalism that occurred at St. Mary's Mission Cemetery. No one seems to know why this was done, or if it targeted specific graves. In any event, people need to know these types of thing are happening. Everyone needs to know that a lot of people respect and cherish the grave sites of their loved...

 

Let's have more respect for our cemeteries P7

A week or so ago there was some vandalism that occurred at St. Mary's Mission Cemetery. No one seems to know why this was done, or if it targeted specific graves. In any event, people need to know these types of thing are happening. Everyone needs to know that a lot of people respect and cherish the grave sites of their loved...

 
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Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials for Week of Aug. 22 - Aug. 28 , 2011

Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials for Week of Aug. 22 - Aug. 28 , 2011...

 
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Warrior Grill Weekly special for week of August 22nd-26th

Weekly Special for Week of August 22nd - 26th Monday.........................Tempura Chicken Strip Basket 4 large strips deep fried and served with sides of potato salad and slaw.............$6.50 Tuesday..........................BBQ Ribs Tender falling off the bone ribs. Comes with o-rings and slaw......................$5.95...

 
 By Jake Urban    News    August 25, 2011

Life on the ‘REZ’: Film to honor friend

While attending Harvard University, Dominique DeLeon became close friends with his roommate Clarence D. “Duane” Meat. Meat grew up on the Leech Lake Reservation and began his tenure at Harvard in 2005, with the intentions of gaining a major in economics. While attending the university, Meat was deeply involved with the...

 
 By Stephen J Lee    News    August 25, 2011

Fairbanks trial: Emergency workers find Deputy Dewey wounded in the snow

CROOKSTON — In the murder trial of Thomas Fairbanks Wednesday, a Mahnomen, Minn., ambulance paramedic testified he found Deputy Christopher Dewey on the snowy ground in the driveway of a home across the street from Fairbanks’ trailer home on that frigid February morning in 2009. Fairbanks, 34, is charged with first-degree murder of a peace officer in the Feb. 18, 2009,...

 

CCSD needs lots of fans of education

FRUITLAND — Twenty fans hummed Wednesday afternoon in classrooms at Ojo Amarillo Elementary School, providing soft background noise to academics or play time....

 

'This is 21st Century racism and apartheid': Cherokee Indian tribe expels all slave descendants

The nation's second-largest Indian tribe formally booted from membership thousands of descendants of black slaves who were brought to Oklahoma more than 170 years ago by Native American owners. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2029724/Cherokee-Indian-tribe-slammed-racist-expelling-slave-descendants.html#ixzz1W2TfAII8...

 

Racism and Wildlife

After the acquisition of Alcatraz Island in November 1969, the first phone call we got came from Billy Frank Sr. He called our headquarters at the American Indian Center in San Francisco that first night after he had seen me on television. Frank was the long time leader of the fish-ins in Washington State. The tribes in Washington finally won back their treaty right to hunt...

 

NNHRC responds to guilty plea of federal hate crime charges

ST. MICHAELS, Ariz.- Navajo human rights officials attended the U.S. District Court hearing in Albuquerque, N.M. Aug. 18 where Paul Beebe, 28, and Jesse Sanford, 26 of Farmington, N.M., pleaded guilty to federal hate crimes against Vincent Kee, a Navajo man who is developmentally disabled. A third defendant, William Hatch, 29, of Fruitland, N.M., pled guilty in June 2011, to...

 

For Great Sioux Nation, Black Hills Can't Be Bought for $1.3 Billion

Nine Sioux tribes have been locked in a land dispute since 1877, when the government broke a treaty setting aside the Black Hills as part of their reservation. However, there is a chance that the Great Sioux Nation's long struggle to regain its land might reach a conclusion after years of standoff....

 

10 Montana counties, Blackfeet Nation to split $1.2M for border security

HELENA — Ten Montana counties and the Blackfeet Nation will split $1.2 million for security on the state's northern border. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/article_93e95dce-ce4b-11e0-9f20-001cc4c002e0.html#ixzz1W2VZaHV0...

 

New hope to American Indian women facing domestic violence

WASHINGTON, D.C. - An international human rights body has done something that federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court, failed to do - bring justice to a domestic violence survivor....

 

Complicated laws leave tribal council members in limbo

Two Snoqualmie Tribal Council members are waiting to retake their seats on the council after a federal judge overturned the tribe’s case against them in tribal court. The judge determined that the case was politically motivated....

 

EPA Tells Bureau Of Indian Affairs To Clean Up Tribal Schools

The Environmental Protection Agency says hazardous contaminants that most schools have gotten rid of remain in more than 160 government-operated tribal schools. That includes six in the Northwest. A new settlement aims to bring schools in Native American communities up to standards....

 

Tribal schools get pledge from White House official

In the first of three days of South Dakota events concerning Native American education, an Obama administration official Wednesday pledged to improve participation and completion rates at tribal colleges....

 

Energy Concerns Up Front as Obama Seeks Closer Relationship With Tribes

The Rosebud Sioux are proud of the Owl Feather War Bonnet Wind Farm, a 30-megawatt project that sits on the rolling hills that the tribe has called home for centuries....

 

Pawn shops in Rapid City accused of prejudice

RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA –– The Native American community generates a substantial amount of revenue for the city’s strategically located pawn shops. Yet the Indian clientele is more often than not stereotyped, mistreated, and – in some instances – criminalized by these generally lucrative area businesses....

 

Eitrem appointed Tribal Chairman

Eastern Upper Peninsula —The Sault Tribe Board of Directors on August 23 appointed Tribal Board Member Joe Eitrem as the new Chairman of the 39,000-member Tribe. Eitrem will serve out the term of former Chairman Darwin “Joe” McCoy, who announced his resignation May 10 and whose term would have ended in June 2012....

 

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