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Articles from the November 13, 2012 edition

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O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow held in Ponemah P5

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow was held in Ponemah on Nov. 9-11, 2012, and honored all veterans and families of veterans. It took place at the new Ponemah Boys and Girls Club/Community Center with 4 Grand Entries beginning on Friday evening at 7 PM, 1 PM and 7 PM on Saturday, and the finally session at 1 PM on...

 

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow held in Ponemah P6

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow was held in Ponemah on Nov. 9-11, 2012, and honored all veterans and families of veterans. It took place at the new Ponemah Boys and Girls Club/Community Center with 4 Grand Entries beginning on Friday evening at 7 PM, 1 PM and 7 PM on Saturday, and the finally session at 1 PM on...

 

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow held in Ponemah P7

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow was held in Ponemah on Nov. 9-11, 2012, and honored all veterans and families of veterans. It took place at the new Ponemah Boys and Girls Club/Community Center with 4 Grand Entries beginning on Friday evening at 7 PM, 1 PM and 7 PM on Saturday, and the finally session at 1 PM on...

 

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow held in Ponemah P8

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow was held in Ponemah on Nov. 9-11, 2012, and honored all veterans and families of veterans. It took place at the new Ponemah Boys and Girls Club/Community Center with 4 Grand Entries beginning on Friday evening at 7 PM, 1 PM and 7 PM on Saturday, and the finally session at 1 PM on...

 

Halloween in Red Lake P29

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More than 100 wolves killed during hunt

The Department of Natural Resources says 109 wolves have been taken in the first eight days of the hunt, which includes 47 in the northeast hunting zone. The Duluth News Tribune says the seasonal quota for that zone is 58 wolves....

 

ClearWay MinnesotaSM Launches New Ad Campaign

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., November 12, 2012 – ClearWay Minnesota has launched a new advertising campaign designed to inform Minnesotans that tobacco is still an urgent problem in our state. The campaign includes three 30-second TV commercials, a new website with interactive facts and information on tobacco’s impact, plus online banner ads, bus sides and billboards. The ads are...

 

Native American Financial Advice

Dear Dr. Per Cap, I have a “payday loan” and now I can’t seem to get my head above water. What can I do to get outta this mess? ~ Signed, Nothing Left Dear Nothing Left, At first glance, those payday loan stores appear to offer easy money. I could tell you the story about my aunt Sue who took out a payday loan one month...

 
 By Paul Kleyman    News    November 13, 2012

Elders’ Advocates Worry Politics May Push Vital Programs Off 'Fiscal Cliff'

Editor’s Note: Advocates worry that the post-election drive for a grand budget bargain will cut retirement programs for ethnic seniors needing them the most. SAN FRANCISCO—Since last week’s win by President Barack Obama, the issues of aging and retirement have loomed just beneath the headlines. Women, youth and a record...

 

Religious leaders trying to eat for a week on a food stamp budget

MINNEAPOLIS — Could you eat on a food stamp budget? About a dozen Jewish, Christian and Muslim leaders in Minnesota are joining others across the country this week to find out by spending $31.50 a week on food, the average food stamp benefit in the United States....

 
 Events   

Parent Feedback Meeting

Are you a parent? Do you use child care on a regular basis? Are you willing to spend an hour and a half talking with other parents about what you think is important when selecting child care? If so, please join us for a parent feedback session to discuss Parent Aware, the new ratings that help parents find high-quality child...

 
 Events   

HAHAW Chicken Dinner - Nov 13, 2012 - 4:30 PM-7:00 PM

HAHAW Chicken Dinner Nov 13, 2012 - 4:30 PM-7:00 PM at United Methodist Church on 9th and Beltrami Ave, Bemidji Tickets are $7.50 for Adults and $5.00 for children. All proceeds will go to the Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Committee to help meet the needs of individuals experiencing homelessness in Bemidji. For more...

 

119 wolves killed so far in Minnesota's first hunt

Minnesota hunters have killed 119 wolves in the first 10 days of a controversial hunting season that opened Nov. 3....

 

Fresh Blood in Fremont County: The Voting Rights Act brings new representation outside the reservation

The Voting Rights Act lawsuit that replaced at-large voting for county commissioners with district-by-district elections in Fremont County has shifted the balance of power on the commission, even in a year when the Native American district centered on the Wind River Indian Reservation was not before the voters....

 

Washington Steps Back From Policing Indian Lands, Even as Crime Rises

The federal government has cut the size of its police force in Indian country, reduced financing for law enforcement and begun fewer investigations of violent felony crime, even as rates of murder and rape there have increased to more than 20 times the national average, according to data....

 

Baby addicted to methamphetamine returned to mom at Spirit Lake

FARGO — A baby born addicted to methamphetamine reportedly has been returned to a mother from the Spirit Lake reservation who an official said failed to submit to drug tests....

 

Saddle bronc rider killed in Indian National Finals rodeo

LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- A popular 25-year-old saddle bronc rider was killed Saturday night during competition at the Indian National Finals Rodeo at South Point Hotel & Casino....

 

Amendment 64 pushes need for pot banks: Could tribal nations be the solution?

While Governor John Hickenlooper had a conference call with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to talk about the federal response to the passage Amendment 64, and Mason Tvert, the architect of that victory, was chatting with Bill Maher, hundreds of people gathered in Denver for the National Marijuana Business Conference 2012, which notably did not have "medical" in its title...

 

Newest Face of Gerber Is Native

The newest face of Gerber, 8-month-old Mary Jane Montoya from Fresno, California, is of mixed heritage. Her mother, Sara Montoya, has Mexican heritage and her father, Billy Montoya, is a descendant of the Yokut Mono Tribe. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/11/12/newest-face-of-gerber-is-part-native-145173 http://indiancountrytodaymedia...

 

“Why Treaties Matter” Exhibit Visits Bethel

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Bethel University has arranged for a traveling exhibit to be displayed in the Brushaber Commons Atrium in honor of Native American Heritage month. The exhibit "Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations" explores the Native Nations in Minnesota and their...

 

Four escape house fire on Cattaraugus Indian Reservation

Two adults and two children fled an early-morning fire today on Old Lakeshore Road on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, Erie County sheriff’s officials reported....

 

FBI asked to help investigate arson fires on LCO reservation

Sawyer County (WQOW) - A northern Wisconsin tribe is asking for federal help in solving a string of arson fires on the reservation....

 

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