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Articles from the November 14, 2011 edition

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O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow

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Seven Clans Casino Events for November

The holidays are just around the corner, so make your Thanksgiving plans with us at Seven Clans Casino! Thief River Falls and Warroad are dishing up some family favorites for Thanksgiving on the 24th. Don't forget to book the hotel for the entire family for an extra special holiday! This week we've got the start of two brand new...

 

American Indian voices take to radio airwaves

CALLAWAY, Minn. (AP) – Four new radio stations are on the air across northern Minnesota, and each is eager to serve American Indian audiences. In Callaway, Cass Lake, Nett Lake and Cloquet, station employees and volunteers have been scrambling to get the stations up and running so they can provide music and information to...

 
 By Ben Karkela    News    November 14, 2011

American Legion Post 14 Commander Wakonabo addresses Veterans Day program

Gabriel Wakonabo knows firsthand about the sacrifices made by veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Wakonabo shared his message about being receptive to veterans at the annual Veterans Tribute held Friday by the Paul Bunyan Senior Activity Center. “Having the support of your community, I think that’s important,...

 

Man confesses to shooting dogs

A man suspected of killing two dogs in the Cass Lake area has been identified and could be charged next week, a Hubbard County sheriff’s deputy said Friday....

 

17 fires set over 4 hours in Minneapolis neighborhood

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minneapolis police say arsonists set 17 small fires in a 13-block area, damaging two garages and three vehicles. No injuries were reported....

 

Richard Arlen "Kooch" Kingbird

Richard Arlen Kingbird, 57, of Hibbing, Minnesota, died, November 9, 2011 at his home. Traditional Indian Services will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Monday, November 14, 2011, at the Redby Community Center in Redby, Minnesota with Spiritual Leader Steve Jackson officiating. A wake will begin Saturday, November 12, 2011 at the Redby...

 

Santiago "Tamone" Lente

Lente, Santiago "Tamone" age 32, journeyed to the Spirit World on 11/6/11. All Night Wake Service Friday, November 11 starting at Noon, Gitchiwaa Kateri Church, 3045 Park Avenue, Mpls. Funeral Saturday at 11:00 AM at the church. On-line condolences can be made at www.chilsonfuneralhome.com Serving the family... Chilson Funeral Home, Winsted, MN 320-485-4447...

 

Kathleen Marie Desjarlait

Kathleen Marie Desjarlait, 62, of Red Lake, MN, died Saturday, November 12, 2011 at Evergreen Terrace Care Home of Grand Rapids, MN. Funeral Services will be 1:00 pm Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at the St. Mary’s Mission Catholic Church in Red Lake, MN with Father Jerry Rogers officiating. Visitation will be from 5-7pm, with...

 

Cormorants actually are a problem

Several stories, blogs and letters have addressed the issue of cormorants on Lake Waconia in recent days. The simple truth is that cormorants are a problem....

 

Statement by NCAI President Jefferson Keel on Veterans Day

Today, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) joins all Americans in honoring the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces. For over twenty years I served alongside men and women from every walk of life and from every corner of this country, to protect our freedom. It is my privilege as the President of NCAI to recognize the sacrifice and...

 

Capitol Chatter: Veterans’ honor guards face challenges

ST. PAUL – Minnesotans thanked veterans Friday, but one of their most desired honors needs an act of the Legislature and younger blood....

 
 By Jill Zanger    News    November 14, 2011

The Holiday 2011 Nike N7 Collection

The Holiday 2011 Nike N7 Collection is now available at Nike retail locations in the United States and Canada, and on www.niken7.com. The “Modern Warrior” collection highlights a new graphic with three arrows pointing back, and four arrows pointing forward to represent the inspiration of the Great Law of the Iroquois...

 

Effects of American Indian boarding schools still linger today

Susan Anderson projected the slide of an American Indian boarding school onto a screen. She looked out into the audience and asked, “Who of you would enjoy going to school here? You can just imagine what these young children experienced....

 

AWOL sex offender arrested after break-in at Minneapolis school

A Level 3 sex offender missing since he left a Minneapolis halfway house almost two weeks ago was arrested Sunday morning after breaking into a school, police said....

 

Giving thanks for native sovereignty

It seems fitting that Native American Heritage Month coincides with the time of year when our country celebrates Thanksgiving – after all, the story of the first Thanksgiving shared by the pilgrims and Indians remains one of the most notable moments in our history, remembered and recounted year after year. Most Americans probably don’t know quite so well what today’s...

 

Border bill pits security against the environment

The Border Patrol would gain unprecedented authority over Minnesota's environmental landmarks on our northern border, including the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Voyageurs National Park, under legislation winding through Congress....

 

The Pipeline for the One Percent

President Obama’s pause on the Keystone Pipeline is a victory for the environment, for sure. It is also a victory for the American people. As it turns out, once the advertising, and lobbying dollars are kept in check, the Keystone pipeline appears as it should: as a sham, a money making scheme for oil and pipeline companies, not the Good Fairy for the American economy. Read...

 

Lumbees to choose new leader in Tuesday's tribal election

Lumbee Indians will vote to fill seven seats on the Tribal Council and pick a new chairman in an election Tuesday....

 

New Research on Urban Indian Community Arms Leaders With Tools for Change

PORTLAND, Ore.—Historically, research on Native communities has been everything from covered up to grossly inaccurate and even blatantly incorrect. For this reason, Native communities have experienced major challenges in acquiring resources—but for one community, that is all about to change. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2011/11/new...

 

USDA Announces Funding to Help Rural Residents in Remote Areas Reduce Energy Costs

On November 4, Dallas Tonsager, under secretary to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, made the announcement on behalf of Vilsack of funding to help reduce energy costs in remote rural areas are extremely high. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2011/11/usda-announces-funding-to-help-rural-residents-in-remote-areas-reduce-energy-costs/ http:/...

 

National Study Reveals Native and White Kids Most Likely to Abuse Drugs

A recent study lead by Duke University based on a large sample of teens from across the 50 states reveals that Native kids are the most likely to abuse or become dependent on drugs and alcohol. “The prevalence of disorders was by far highest among Native Americans, at 15 percent,” reported McClatchy Newspapers. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianet...

 

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