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Articles from the June 10, 2011 edition

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A Child Born In 2010 Will Cost $226,920 To Raise According To USDA Report

WASHINGTON, June 9, 2011 – The Department of Agriculture today released its annual report, Expenditures on Children by Families [http://www.cnpp.usda.gov/ExpendituresonChildrenbyFamilies.htm] , finding that a middle-income family with a child born in 2010 can expect to spend about $226,920 ($286,860 if projected inflation costs are factored in) for food, shelter, and other...

 

Joan Gehlert

Joan Gelhert, 77, of Kelliher, Minnesota, died Thursday afternoon, June 9, 2011 at the Nielson Place in Bemidji, Minnesota. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14, 2011, at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Kelliher, Minnesota, with Rev. Dan Heath, officiating. The visitation will held at the Cease Funeral Home...

 
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Red Lake 7th Generation Tribal Mentoring Program Mentor Training & BBQ

Red Lake 7th Generation Tribal Mentoring Program Mentor Training & BBQ When: June 18, 2011 9:00am – Noon: Current 7TH Generation Mentors training Noon – 1:00 pm: BBQ & Door prizes for current and new mentors 1:00 – 5:00 pm: New 7th Generation Mentors training Where: Little Rock Center What: 2nd Strong Circle of Relatives...

 
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AFL-CIO Announces 2nd Annual “Next Up” Young Workers Summit

(Washington, DC, June 9) – Liz Shuler, Secretary-Treasurer of the AFL-CIO, announced today that the 2nd annual Young Workers Summit will be held at the end of September in Minneapolis, Minn. Last year more than 400 young activists and union workers met in Washington for the first national Young Workers Summit and launched a long-term outreach program to working people under...

 
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Free admission Saturday at Minnesota state parks

ST. PAUL — Minnesota's state parks are offering free admission Saturday to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. The state Department of Natural Resources will waive the requirement for vehicle permits at all 74 state parks and recreation areas for the day. Grand opening celebrations are planned for the new 25-mile mountain bike trail system at Cuyuna Country State Recreation...

 

Vilsack Announces Continued Funding For Collaborative Forest Restoration Projects

WASHINGTON, June 9, 2011 - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced nearly $22 million in funding for Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration [http://www.fs.fed.us/restoration/CFLR/index.shtml] projects that promote healthier, safer and more productive public lands through partnership efforts which will reduce wildfire risk, enhance fish and wildlife habitats, and...

 

Shutdown could cost Minn. millions

The state may be on the hook for a multimillion-dollar payout if nearly 40,000 state employees are laid off during a government shutdown this summer....

 

Appeals court issues another stay in cigarette-tax battle

NEW YORK, June 9 (Reuters) - A Native American tribe on Thursday secured another stay blocking New York State from collecting taxes on cigarettes sold at reservation stores to non-tribal members....

 

N.Y. Indian Tribe Wins Stay After Adverse Court Ruling

ALBANY, N.Y. -- The Seneca Indian Nation won a stay in the Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court in New York in its battle with the state over the collection of state excise and sales taxes on cigarettes sold to non-Indian customers. The temporary restraining order, issued this morning, is in effect until June 20....

 

Seneca Nation gets another order preventing cigarette tax

Following up on their promise to appeal a court decision yesterday, the Seneca Nation of Indians won a stay in state court today, holding off the state’s attempt to tax cigarettes sold on American Indian reservations for a least a few weeks more....

 

First Nations disparity 'unacceptable'

The federal government has failed, time and time again, to take measures that would improve the quality of life for First Nations, says the auditor general in a new report....

 

Ottawa, native leaders commit to sweeping overhaul of reserve life

The Conservative government and first nation leaders, in a historic shift from confrontation to co-operation, have agreed to launch a joint effort to transform the schools, economies and quality of life on reserves across Canada....

 

Oglala Sioux Tribe falls victim to 'UN' scam

PINE RIDGE, SOUTH DAKOTA — Oglala Sioux Tribal President John Yellowbird Steele has been the victim of a well organized scam....

 

Native American Sex-Abuse Lawsuits Head for a Higher Court

The South Dakota Supreme Court will hear childhood-sexual-abuse lawsuits brought by 18 former students of St. Paul's Indian Mission, on the Yankton Sioux Reservation, in Marty, South Dakota. St. Paul's (in photos on this page) was one of a half-dozen Catholic boarding schools statewide for Native children, and the alleged crimes, including rape, sodomy, and molestation,...

 

First Nations seek share of Sask. potash riches

First Nations leaders are demanding that Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall help them get their fair share of potash revenue....

 

B.C. family suffers death of second baby

A piercing scream rang out around 5:30 a.m. Sunday morning. Within minutes, police cars and an ambulance with red lights flashing and sirens blaring were pulling up outside the home of Juliana Frank in Nanaimo....

 

Sheriff's Office investigating Hoopa shooting

The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office has joined a Hoopa Tribal Police Department investigation into a May 18 shooting that may have been politically motivated, the organization announced Wednesday....

 

Former Passamaquoddy police chief sentenced to 9 months for ‘stunning betrayal’

MACHIAS, Maine — Calling former Pleasant Point police chief Joseph Barnes’ behavior “a stunning betrayal,” Justice Allen Hunter sentenced him on Thursday to nine months in jail....

 

Poarch Creek Indians elect new Tribal Council leaders

ATMORE, Alabama -- One newcomer and 3 incumbents will take seats for the next 3 years on the Poarch Creek Indian Tribal Council after elections were held on Saturday, the Atmore News reports....

 

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