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Katherine Louise Budreau

Katherine Louise Budreau, 60, of Minneapolis, formerly of Cass Lake,died Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011, at the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis. A wake service will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, and continue until the 11 a.m. service Monday all at the Facility Center in Cass Lake. Burial will be held at the Thompsonville Cemetery in Cass Lake following the service....

 

Leech Lake Tribal chairman supports Headbird

Recent political editorials and advertisements on Leech Lake Band issues have distorted the facts. Controversies on Leech Lake are primarily because of individuals acting outside the scope and authority of their positions. Leech Lake Reservation Business Committee (RBC) approves all business then authorizes the Chairman and secretary/treasurer to co-sign official documents....

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena...

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P2

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P2...

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P3

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P3...

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P4

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P4...

 

Controlled Burn at the Old RLPD Evidence Room in Red Lake

Controlled Burn at the Old RLPD Evidence Room in Red Lake...

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    September 19, 2011

Red Lake Urban Office Duluth Picnic/Pow Wow held on September 17, 2011

Red Lake Urban Office Duluth Picnic/Pow Wow held on September 17, 2011....

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    September 19, 2011

Red Lake Urban Office Duluth Picnic/Pow Wow held on September 17, 2011 P2

d Lake Urban Office Duluth Picnic/Pow Wow held on September 17, 2011 P2...

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    September 19, 2011

Red Lake Urban Office Duluth Picnic/Pow Wow held on September 17, 2011 P3

Red Lake Urban Office Duluth Picnic/Pow Wow held on September 17, 2011 P3...

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    September 19, 2011

Red Lake Urban Office Duluth Picnic/Pow Wow held on September 17, 2011 P4

Red Lake Urban Office Duluth Picnic/Pow Wow held on September 17, 2011 P4...

 
 By Joe Cadotte    News    September 19, 2011

Hermantown camp offers lessons in Indian culture

Christine Pierson of Duluth was one of about 50 people who came to Buffalo Heart Camp near Hermantown Saturday to expose her 6-year-old son, Tristan, to American Indian culture. “He needs to know what is available in each community so he can learn to live with others as a whole, not only with nature but with all human beings,...

 
 By Molly Miron    News    September 19, 2011

Children’s Ojibwe book wins Minnesota’s Best Read for 2011

“Awesiinyensag Dibaajimowinan Ji-Gikinoo’amaageng,” a monolingual Ojibwe book for young readers, was chosen by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress to represent Minnesota this year in the National Book Festival. “Awesiinyensag Dibaajimowinan” or “Animal Stories,” named Minnesota’s Best Read, is a...

 

BP AMOCO TO PAY U.S. $20.5 MILLION TO RESOLVE ALLEGATIONS OF ROYALTY UNDERPAYMENTS FROM INDIAN AND FEDERAL LANDS

WASHINGTON – BP Amoco Corp. (formerly Amoco Corp.), Amoco Production Company, BP Exploration & Oil Inc., BP America Inc., Atlantic Richfield Company and Vastar (the BP defendants) have agreed to pay the United States $20.5 million to resolve claims that the companies violated the False Claims Act by knowingly underpaying royalties owed on natural gas produced from federal...

 

Regional Tribal Leaders Address Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program with Federal Officials

WASHINGTON, D.C.— Associate Deputy Secretary Meghan Conklin and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Director Michael Black today were in Tulalip, Washington for the third of six regional government-to-government tribal consultations regarding the Trust Land Consolidation component of the Cobell Settlement. The meetings with tribal leaders represent part of the Obama...

 
 Events   

FREE Workshop for Visual Artists Sponsored by Region 2 Arts Council

FREE Workshop for Visual Artists Sponsored by Region 2 Arts Council Presented by Kathleen Richert of Springboard for the Arts Juried Works Any visual artist who has presented work to be juried knows the importance of professionalism while promoting one’s art. Whether you are a visual artist who is answering a call for artists, or you are presenting your art for exhibition or...

 

VisionMaker Film Festival Features 37 Works by Native American Filmmakers

Lincoln, Neb.: Native American Public Telecommunications, Inc. (NAPT) is proud to announce its biggest celebration yet—the fourth biennial VisionMaker Film Festival. Held September 30 through October 6 in Lincoln, Omaha and Kearney, Nebraska, the Festival will showcase 37 works by Native filmmakers and culminates in the celebration of NAPT’s 35th Anniversary. Festivities...

 

Across Minnesota, tax bills and confusion about to rise

Nearly all Minnesota homeowners will pay more property taxes next year, even before factoring in what happened to the value of their homes and before their city, county or school district decides how much they will tax for 2012....

 

Heads up! 6-ton satellite falls to Earth, but where?

The sky is not falling. A 12,500-pound NASA satellite the size of a school bus is, however....

 

Feds use old law in a new way to snare criminals

Officials in Minnesota and across the country are more frequently using the Hobbs Act, a federal law that prohibits the obstruction or delay of commerce, to pursue violent offenders who have robbed bars, coffee shops and even McDonald's restaurants....

 

Fond du Lac dedicates teen treatment center

While the Fond du Lac Tagwii program has been under way for several years – at varying locations – the Mino Wii Jii Win Adolescent Treatment Program is just beginning. Staff moved into the homelike wooden building in mid-August and got their first two clients Aug. 26. There are seven more referrals in the pipeline as well....

 

Fond du Lac programs provide native take on addiction treatment

The drum used in last Friday’s Tagwii and Mino Wii Jii Win dedication ceremony on the Fond du Lac Reservation is no ordinary drum. It has a name – In-gaa-wii-to-kaaz, which means “I will help” in Ojibwe – as well as an official drum keeper and a permanent home at the Tagwii Treatment Center....

 

United Tribes 42nd annual International Powwow Winners

The United Tribes 42nd annual International Powwow was held Sept. 8-11. Dancers and singers took part in the annual United Tribes "Parade of Champions" through downtown Bismarck, and were joined by tribal groups and tribal and state leaders. The powwow's featured cultural group, Chayag, representing the indigenous people of Ecuador, appeared in the parade and presented lively...

 

Black Cherokees fight for identity after tribe strips citizenship

Willadine Johnson has long been proud of being a black member of the Cherokee tribe. Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2011/09/16/3147932/black-cherokees-fight-for-identity.html#ixzz1YN54z9FS...

 

Cherokee Nation Pressured to Accept Descendants of Slaves

The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs has ordered the Cherokee Nation to restore voting rights and benefits that were revoked from about 2,800 descendants of slaves once owned by Cherokee members, known as freedmen....

 

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