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Articles from the March 31, 2014 edition

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Winter Storm Warning Issued by NWS Eastern ND and Grand Forks (Northeastern North Dakota and Northwestern Minnesota)

Winter Storm Warning Alert: ...SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM TO IMPACT THE REGION LATE TONIGHT THROUGH EARLY TUESDAY MORNING... .A POTENT STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE FROM THE CENTRAL PLAINS LATE TONIGHT INTO MINNESOTA MONDAY AND MONDAY NIGHT. THE STORM WILL MOVE SLOWLY ACROSS THE REGION. CONFIDENCE IS HIGH FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SIGNIFICANT BAND OF HEAVY SNOW ACROSS EASTERN NORTH...

 
 By Crystal Dey    Features    March 31, 2014

BSU Council of Indian Students Pow-Wow popular event, continued Sunday

BEMIDJI - Hundreds of people adorned in vibrant, jingling regalia danced to the beat of 15 vivacious drum circles accompanied by human harmonies in the John Glas Fieldhouse at BSU Saturday afternoon. The first grand entry for the 41st annual Pow-Wow had 232 registered dancers, more were anticipated at the evening performance...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 31, 2014

Red Lake Constitution Reform Initiative Community Engagement Meeting held in Little Rock - P5

The fifth of six scheduled Red Lake Constitution Reform Initiative Community Engagement Meetings was held at the Little Rock Community Center on March 27, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The first meeting was held at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on March 22, 2014 with about 60 people in attendance, followed by Redby's me...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 31, 2014

Red Lake Constitution Reform Initiative Community Engagement Meeting held in Little Rock - P6

The fifth of six scheduled Red Lake Constitution Reform Initiative Community Engagement Meetings was held at the Little Rock Community Center on March 27, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The first meeting was held at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on March 22, 2014 with about 60 people in attendance, followed by Redby's me...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 31, 2014

Red Lake Constitution Reform Initiative Community Engagement Meeting held in Little Rock - P7

The fifth of six scheduled Red Lake Constitution Reform Initiative Community Engagement Meetings was held at the Little Rock Community Center on March 27, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The first meeting was held at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on March 22, 2014 with about 60 people in attendance, followed by Redby's me...

 

Red Lake Third Grade Champions in Crookston

Photographs by Nicole Desjarlait, Liza Spears, Starr Kingbird and Lori Chaboyea-Beaulieu Over the weekend the Red Lake Little Warriors were Third Grade Champions in Crookston....

 

Red Lake Third Grade Champions in Crookston - P2

Photographs by Nicole Desjarlait, Liza Spears, Starr Kingbird and Lori Chaboyea-Beaulieu Over the weekend the Red Lake Little Warriors were Third Grade Champions in Crookston....

 

Red Lake Third Grade Champions in Crookston - P3

Photographs by Nicole Desjarlait, Liza Spears, Starr Kingbird and Lori Chaboyea-Beaulieu Over the weekend the Red Lake Little Warriors were Third Grade Champions in Crookston....

 
 By David Manuel    News    March 31, 2014

Another Class of Red Lake Middle School students visit the sugar bush in Ponemah

Red Lake Middle School students visited the sugar bush in Ponemah on Friday, March 28, 2014. Red Lake Traditional Foods on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/384504271580246/744936738870329/?comment_id=745120708851932¬if_t=like...

 
 By David Manuel    News    March 31, 2014

Another Class of Red Lake Middle School students visit the sugar bush in Ponemah - P2

Red Lake Middle School students visited the sugar bush in Ponemah on Friday, March 28, 2014. Red Lake Traditional Foods on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/384504271580246/744936738870329/?comment_id=745120708851932¬if_t=like...

 

Medical marijuana keeps producing controversy

ST. PAUL — Medical marijuana is a story that is not going away....

 
 By Paula Quam    Politics    March 31, 2014

Primary election Tuesday on White Earth: Tribal council seats, secretary-treasurer on the ballot

WHITE EARTH — Primaries will take place Tuesday for the White Earth Indian Reservation, with elections happening at 12 precincts around the reservation and two off it, in Cass Lake and Minneapolis. Up for grabs are two of the three seats on the White Earth Tribal Council — District I and II, as well as secretary-treasurer. This year, 14 candidates have thrown their hats in...

 
 By Colin Neary    News    March 31, 2014

Bezhiigwan Gallery Flooded

Colin Neary: This is a Niijii Radio News Update. At 7:30 A.M. Monday October 29, 2012 the City of Park Rapids reported a sewer blockage in the vicinity the Bezhiigwan Art Gallery. Bezhiigwan is located at the Old Library at the corner of 2nd Street South and Park Avenue South in Park Rapids. The blockage was cleared by city maintenance, but resulted in raw sewage flooding the...

 

Rez Radio: 4 tribal stations thriving in northern Minnesota

NAYTAHWAUSH, MINN. – Kathy Goodwin fiddles with the antenna on the boxy radio by her bed until the sound of powwow drumming cuts through some static....

 

One in five Minnesota boaters broke invasive species law in 2013

ST. PAUL — The number of Minnesota boaters who violated state regulations on transporting invasive species dropped in 2013 compared to 2012, but one in five boaters who were checked still violated state law....

 

Five people injured when van rear-ends school bus

CASS LAKE — Five people in a van — including four children — were injured Friday morning when the vehicle rear-ended a school bus south of Cass Lake, the Minnesota State Patrol reported. No injuries to the roughly 40 students on the bus or the bus driver were reported. The accident took place at about 7:30 a.m. Friday. According to the patrol, the bus, driven by William...

 

Top prep students to attend Business Week in Ada

Top prep students to attend Business Week in Ada ADA, Okla. – Stacey Bolin, director of the Wilburn L. Smith Center for Entrepreneurship & Oklahoma Business Week at East Central University, is preparing for the emotional “good kind of tired” she gets during Oklahoma Business Week. The third annual educational opportunity gets underway June 1-6 at ECU in Ada. Many of the...

 

United States Attorney Announces "Working Hard, Making a Difference" Award Winner

The United States Attorney for the District of Montana Michael W. Cotter announced today that Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Victim Specialist Wendy Bremner, of Browning Montana, is the District of Montana's "Working Hard, Making A Difference" award winner. The award was created to recognize individuals in Indian Country who...

 

Minnesota takes welcome breath of spring

Sunday was a long-overdue reward for many winter-weary people soaking up the sun as they hiked, biked, walked dogs and played with kids....

 

Worst climate effects are yet to come, U.N. warns

YOKOHAMA, Japan – Climate change is already having sweeping effects on every continent and throughout the world’s oceans, scientists reported Monday, and they warned that the problem is likely to grow substantially worse unless greenhouse emissions are brought under control....

 

Minnesota's deadline for purchasing health insurance is Monday night

Procrastinators, take note. You have until midnight Monday to purchase health insurance under the Affordable Care Act....

 

The School-to-Prison Pipeline Tragedy on Montana's American Indian Reservations

You can read the full report here, but here’s some of the stand-out information: Only 2.9% of Montana’s white students in grades 7–12 drop out of school, but the dropout rate for American Indian students is 8.8%....

 

The Native American Children's Safety Act Introduced in U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON – A much needed Native American Children’s Safety Act was introduced in the U.S. Senate this past Thursday....

 

Seals are cute but starvation is ugly

The ongoing ethical debate around seal-hunting has resurfaced in the form of a 21st century style twitter-off. The battle ensued after talk show host, Ellen Degeneres, donated 1.5 million “selfie” generated dollars to the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) which actively opposes seal hunting....

 

From Traditional to Commercialized Doings, Times Have Changed on the Pow Wow Circuit

Pow wows just aren’t what they used to be, according to a handful of elders across the Plains states. There was a time, not too long ago, when a pow wow was not about contests or fancy regalia, but was simply a gathering of family and friends, with homemade food, giveaways and unnamed dances. Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/03/3...

 

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