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Articles from the September 22, 2011 edition

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Red Lake Warriors JV Action with Kelliher-Northome on September 22, 2011

Red Lake Warriors JV Action with Kelliher-Northome on September 22, 2011...

 

Red Lake Warriors JV Action with Kelliher-Northome on September 22, 2011 P2

Red Lake Warriors JV Action with Kelliher-Northome on September 22, 2011 P2...

 

Red Lake Warriors JV Action with Kelliher-Northome on September 22, 2011 P3

Red Lake Warriors JV Action with Kelliher-Northome on September 22, 2011 P3...

 

Red Lake Warriors JV Action with Kelliher-Northome on September 22, 2011 P4

Red Lake Warriors JV Action with Kelliher-Northome on September 22, 2011 P4...

 

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P8

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P8...

 

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P9

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P9...

 

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P10

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P10...

 

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P11

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P11...

 

Duluth police seize cash, guns, computer from fake pot shop

Duluth police raided Last Place on Earth in eastern downtown Duluth early Wednesday afternoon, shutting down the business for five hours and removing two van loads of boxes and 31 guns....

 

Minnesota forest firefighting team reaches nearly 840; rain helping crews

ELY, Minn. - Rain is giving firefighters a break in their battle against the Boundary Waters wilderness blaze in northeastern Minnesota....

 

Unusual pot farm bust in Minnesota state park prompts safety warning for hunters and hikers

MINNEAPOLIS - The discovery of marijuana growing in a Minnesota state park was unusual, but authorities said Wednesday it's not unheard of for clandestine growers to plant pot on public and secluded lands in the state, so hunters and hikers should be alert when heading into the woods this fall....

 

White supremacist gang member executed in Texas for dragging death of black man 13 years ago

HUNTSVILLE, Texas - White supremacist gang member Lawrence Russell Brewer was executed Wednesday evening for the infamous dragging death slaying of James Byrd Jr., a black man from East Texas....

 

Recession's lost generation: Census finds new lows in mobility, jobs, wedlock for young adults

In record-setting numbers, young adults struggling to find work are shunning long-distance moves to live with Mom and Dad, delaying marriage and buying fewer homes, often raising kids out of wedlock. They suffer from the highest unemployment since World War II and risk living in poverty more than others — nearly 1 in 5....

 

Chili Cook-off launches United Way campaign

The United Way’s “1986 Entertainment” Chili Cook-off held Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Paul Bunyan Mall kicked off the United Way of Bemidji Area 25th annual campaign for the community. Thirty-two cooks lined the halls of the Paul Bunyan Mall preparing chili to appeal to just about any taste from spicy to mild, and 499 people attended the event, which raised $3,032.79 for...

 

Cigarette mailing ban on Senecas is upheld

A federal appeals court upheld a ban on the mailing of cigarettes by Seneca Nation businesses Tuesday but left intact an injunction against the collection of taxes on those cigarettes....

 

Not so fast--Yankton Sioux chair stays in office

MARTY, SOUTH DAKOTA -- Applause and a constitutional crisis broke out as Ida Ashes, the new vice-chairwoman of the Yankton Sioux Tribe, was sworn into office on Wednesday, Sept.14, during a meeting of the tribe’s General Council....

 

North Dakota tribe to enforce vehicle code against non-Indians

The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation of North Dakota passed a resolution to enforce its motor vehicle code against non-Indian drivers on the reservation....

 

Who qualifies as American Indian?

Ever since Europeans encountered the American Indians there has been endless worrying about "who are the Indians?" Read more: http://www.heraldextra.com/lifestyles/article_276afe77-36c7-562a-a56d-404944b693d1.html#ixzz1YgPqkXt7...

 

NCAIED Praises Obama Administration’s Efforts to Spur Job Creation in Indian Country

The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED)—the nation’s leading Native-run nonprofit that advocates for Indian self-sufficiency by promoting Native commerce—has praised President Barack Obama’s Administration and Congress for implementing key measures to spur business growth and job creation in Indian Country and across the United...

 

Anderson to take oath Oct. 4; parade, ceremony planned

"Our Moment in History" will be the theme of an inaugural parade after the first female Choctaw Tribal Chief takes her official oath on Oct. 4....

 

Diabetes Raises Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia

A recent study by Japanese researchers reveals that diabetics are more than twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, and they are at increased risk of developing some form of dementia, reported the Los Angeles Times....

 

Duluth Festival Opera Casts 'Pocahontas' Without Native American Leads

A Duluth, Minnesota production of 'Pocahontas: A Woman of Two Worlds,' an opera, is facing criticism this week for failing to cast a single Native American in a principal role. Native American opera singer Lyz Jaakola told the Duluth News Tribune that after years of mixed representation in the media, “poor Pocahontas has been dragged around enough....

 

Spokane man pleads guilty to theft from Coeur d’Alene Tribe

COEUR D'ALENE –Officials announced Wednesday that a Spokane man pleaded guilty to theft from the Coeur d’Alene Tribe....

 

San Juan Sheriff Seeks Agreement with Navajo Police

SALT LAKE CITY, UT (kuer) - The Navajo Nation has 275 police officers to cover more than 27,000 square miles - an area the size of West Virginia. As a sovereign nation, it has jurisdiction on its own land. But the reservation also covers seven counties in three states, and the local authorities have been talking for years about cross-deputizing their officers to operate...

 

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