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Articles from the September 5, 2011 edition

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Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Friday Night Session...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

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Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

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Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

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Echo Hawk Visits Red Lake Juvenile Detention Center

Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk and his staff toured the Red Lake Juvenile Detention Center in Redlake Minnesota on August 10. The facility that was built six years ago has yet to be put into use and is currently seeking funding to open the facility. “The youth are the future of Indian country and it is of great concern to us when we see young people...

 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011 Saturday Afternoon Session P13...

 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011 Saturday Afternoon Session P14...

 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011 Saturday Afternoon Session P15...

 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011 Saturday Afternoon Session P16...

 

Chuck Hildebrandt Named Paul Bunyan Communications Account Executive

(Bemidji, MN) (September 2, 2011) – Paul Bunyan Communications has named Chuck Hildebrandt as an Account Executive out of the Bemidji office. “Chuck was born and raised in northern Minnesota and he’s been a part of our cooperative staff since 2007. We’re excited to have him join our team of local account executives!,...

 

New 4-year formula slashes high school grad rates

More than 2,000 freshmen started high school in the Minneapolis School District this week, beginning their journey toward graduation in the Class of 2015. Half of them won't make it, if the current trend holds steady. The district's on-time graduation rate may appear to be 73 percent, but that is based on a formula that allows students six years or more to graduate. Looking at...

 

Users play chemical roulette

The ad for the powerful hallucinogenic drug emerged on a foreign website in June, billed as a "research chemical" with the strange name 4-Meo-PCP....

 

Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Issues Four Decisions on Tribal Gaming Applications

Washington, D.C. – Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk today issued decisions on four tribal gaming applications in California and New Mexico, determining that two of the proposed gaming sites meet the legal and regulatory requirements and two do not. Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk determined that a proposed gaming facility in Yuba County,...

 

Students paying for budget cuts

As schools open across Minnesota on Tuesday, the tough economic times will be more noticeable to students, teachers -- and soon, taxpayers....

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS August 14, 2011- September 1, 2011

Navajo Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Voluntary Manslaughter Charge (U.S. Attorney for the District of New Mexico) U.S. Attorney Kenneth J. Gonzalez announced that Derrick Frank, 22, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter under a plea agreement with the United States Attorney’s Office. Under the terms of the plea agreement, Frank will serve a prison term of 108 to 135...

 

Facing lice head-on

In a little more than a year, Lisa Rudquist and Rachel Knutson have gone from grade school moms with active nursing careers to fledgling entrepreneurs about to become players on the potentially lucrative national hair care stage....

 

Bigfoots by the dozens? Alberta wilderness guide says beastly troops likely in Canadian Rockies

Bigfoots by the dozens? Alberta wilderness guide says beastly troops likely in Canadian Rockies...

 

Protesters urge BIA to act

Civil rights supporters rallied Friday outside the Bureau of Indian Affairs, protesting the federal agency’s failure to enforce the Cherokee freedmen’s citizenship rights granted by an 1866 treaty....

 

Bloods Attempted Takeover of a Long Island Indian Reservation Smoke Shop

It was Sunday, shortly before daybreak, last Labor Day eve when three gunshots pierced the peaceful morning quiet on the Poospatuck Indian Reservation in Mastic....

 

Crow Tribe intends to lay off 200 people

The Crow Tribe will lay off almost one-fourth of its labor force next week. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/article_de242178-777c-5ec1-9b84-cb235c8d7fc0.html#ixzz1X3JS3R4V...

 

Nevada tribal leader, BLM in US court cattle battle

U.S. government lawyers are asking a judge in Nevada to throw out a lawsuit filed by an 81-year-old tribal leader who is seeking $30 million from the Bureau of Land Management in a decades-old dispute over treaty rights and livestock grazing....

 
 Events   

Building Secure Homelands: Housing and Infrastructure Development in Native Communities

Thursday, September 8 2011 1:00PM Dirksen Senate Office Building 628 Description: Hosted by Loretta A. Tuell, Majority Staff Director/Chief Counsel Location: Committee Hearing Room 628 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington DC Topics: The Committee is interested in hearing about: Access to capital for sustainable community development Streamlining leasing and title issues...

 

Another Charlatan Exposed: Eugene Strong and the McKees Rocks Mounds

There have always been charlatans claiming to be someone they’re not — from Anna Anderson, the pretender who claimed to be the Grand Duchess Anastasia, youngest daughter of Czar Nicholas whose entire family was shot by the Red Army contingent in the Ural Mountains hamlet of Yekaterinburg during the October Revolution in 1917 Russia, to all of the phonies claiming to be...

 

Laguna Pueblo Man Gets 15 Months for Failing to To Update His Sex Offender Registration

A 30-year-old Laguna Pueblo man has been sentenced to 15 months in prison followed by 10 years of supervised release for failing to update his sex offender registration, the U.S. Attorney’s Office says....

 

2 Crow Agency women deny meth charges

Two Crow Agency women suspected of trafficking methamphetamine denied federal charges in separate cases on Thursday before U.S. Magistrate Judge Carolyn Ostby. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/article_33a134ee-17c2-5e03-9b0f-3df3c341aedb.html#ixzz1X3NpeKyA...

 

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