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Bemidji Lumberjacks KO Mankato West 45-26 at the Metrodome - P12

On to the Prep Bowl: Fans raise Metrodome roof as Jacks reach state title game Story: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/event/article/id/100033551/...

 

Bemidji Lumberjacks KO Mankato West 45-26 at the Metrodome - P13

On to the Prep Bowl: Fans raise Metrodome roof as Jacks reach state title game Story: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/event/article/id/100033551/...

 

Bemidji Lumberjacks KO Mankato West 45-26 at the Metrodome - P14

On to the Prep Bowl: Fans raise Metrodome roof as Jacks reach state title game Story: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/event/article/id/100033551/...

 
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Beltrami County Natural Resource Management Office Moving

The Beltrami County Natural Resource Management Department will be moving on Tuesday, November 29, 2011. The new location will be in the Beltrami County Administration building located at 701 Minnesota Ave NW, Suite 234, Bemidji, MN 56601-3178. Due to the move, the department will be closed this day. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. All department telephone...

 

Mahnomen enjoying quite a 'run' as ground game does plenty of damage

Mahnomen, Minn. - Simple and boring is good, or at least it has been for the Mahnomen high school football program over the years. So what has simple and boring done for Mahnomen? Try six state championship titles, 20 state playoff appearances and a chance to win the Class 1A championship Friday, starting at 1 p.m. inside the Metrodome in Minneapolis. The Indians have used some...

 

Dakotah! Sport and Fitness Hosts Turkey Trot 5k

Prior Lake, MN – On Saturday, November 19, 2011, Dakotah! Sport and Fitness sponsored their annual Turkey Trot 5K. The run started at Dakotah!, and the course continued through The Meadows at Mystic Lake, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community golf course. In spite of the cold weather, the 277 runners and countless volunteers enjoyed themselves, reported DSF Director Tad...

 

Special Education Teacher - Red Lake Schools

Red Lake School District #38 is seeking a Special Education teacher beginning immediately with certification in one or more of the following disability areas: 1. Early Childhood Special Education 2. Emotional Behavioral Disability (EBD) 3. Developmental Cognitively Delayed (DCD) 4. Learning Disability (LD) To apply send cover...

 
 By Doug Smith    News    November 24, 2011

Walleye regs change Dec. 1 on Mille Lacs, Upper Red

Walleye regulations on two popular Minnesota lakes -- Mille Lacs and Upper Red -- change next week. The walleye regs for Upper Red Lake will revert back to a 17- to 26-inch protected slot limit beginning Dec. 1, through the winter walleye season. The daily and possession limit remains at four fish, with one over 26 inches allowed. The DNR says the change back to the 17- to 26-i...

 

Midwest Regional Director Tom Melius and Shakopee Mdewakanton Chairman Stanley R. Crooks meet to discuss Native American Youth Conservation Initiative

Prior Lake, MN – Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community’s Chairman Stanley Crooks and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (Service) Midwest Regional Director Tom Melius met today to discuss the Native American Youth Conservation Initiative. The meeting was at the SMSC in Prior Lake, Minnesota. The NAYC is a recently established collaboration with the Service, the SMSC,...

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - Nov. 21 – 23, 2011

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS Nov. 21 – 23, 2011 DRUG AND FIREARMS ENFORCEMENT Woman Indicted For Theft Of Prescription Drugs (U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan) U.S. Attorney Barbara L. McQuade announced on Nov. 21, 2011, that Jamie Helen Gibisas, 33, of Mount Pleasant, was indicted on Oct.26, 2011, by a federal grand jury in Bay City, Mich. for theft of personal...

 

American Indians see lessons in sweat lodge trial

PRESCOTT, Ariz. - Self-help author James Arthur Ray faced more than a judge at his sentencing last week for a sweat lodge ceremony that left three people dead. Members of the American Indian community sat through almost the entire trial in silent protest of Ray's use of a sacred tradition....

 

Traditional Thanksgiving meal price jumps

Like a cherry on a sundae, 4- month-old Jana Donat slept soundly in her infant car seat propped on her mother’s grocery cart, which was filled to the brim with Thanksgiving food....

 

Anti-bully bill seeks action in a day

Saying that "Minnesota can lead by example," Attorney General Lori Swanson proposed major changes Wednesday in how school districts respond to allegations of bullying....

 

Fort Sill Apache given reservation proclamation after 125 years

After 125 years, the Fort Sill Chiricahua Warm Springs Apache tribe has won a battle to claim its ancestral homelands in southwestern New Mexico....

 

US Interior Department allows creation of Indian reservation in southern New Mexico

DEMING, N.M. — The Fort Sill Apaches have the right to a reservation in southern New Mexico. The tribe announced Tuesday it had been awarded a proclamation by the U.S. Interior Department establishing a reservation on 30 acres near Deming. The land had been held in trust for the tribe by the federal government....

 

Flammable faucets

Jackson Hole, Wyoming - Almost as if they were handling gasoline, residents of Pavilion, Wyo., a small town on the Wind River Indian Reservation, are recommended to take special precautions when running tap water. Drinking the water has been unsafe for years, but according to more recent recommendations, so has showering or even running water near an open fl...

 

Residential school claims soar, payout could hit $5 billion

VANCOUVER — About 29,000 Indian residential-school survivors who claim they were abused are expected to apply for compensation, according to statistics from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada - more than double the original estimate of 12,500. Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/life/Residential+school+claims+soar+payout+could+billion/57...

 

Ute Tribe leader suspended, 2 others threatened with recall

FORT DUCHESNE, Uintah County — From the outside looking in, it would be easy to believe that the government of the Ute Indian Tribe is in utter disarray....

 

Choctaw Nation distributes more than 3,000 food vouchers to needy Choctaws

Choctaw Nation Outreach Services gave out 3,021 food vouchers this month ensuring no Choctaw family goes without a warm meal for Thanksgiving. The vouchers, which were made available to needy Choctaw families in the 10-1⁄2 county service area, included a turkey, two cans each of corn and green beans, a can of yams, cranberry sauce, a box of tea bags, a bag of sugar, dinner...

 

Native Americans give thanks at feast and pow-wow

“I feel like I am supposed to be anti-Thanksgiving just because it’s the p.c. thing to do in this time we live in,” says Minneapolis Native American Ona Knoxsah. “But I am not ashamed nor do I feel guilty to say that I love Turkey Day! “To me, it’s all about the food. My family doesn’t generally give thanks; we...

 

Canada needs national plan to fight child exploitation: Senate report

OTTAWA - A Senate committee is urging the Conservative government to take the lead in fighting child exploitation in Canada. The senators are renewing a call from 2007 to name a parliamentary Children's Commissioner to represent the interests of the country's youngest citizens....

 

Red Cross stepping into Attawapiskat crisis

The Canadian Red Cross is expected to intervene in the crisis gripping the northern Ontario First Nation community of Attawapiskat where families live in tents, others in shacks with no running water and human waste is dumped from buckets into ditches....

 

In the 'women army'

When it comes to the battles of World War II, most would think of Japan and the United States, and the involvement of the treasured Navajo Code Talkers....

 

Defendants: State failed to investigate complaints

SEATTLE—Four hours northeast of Seattle, on the remote Colville Indian Reservation, dozens of Native Americans say they were sexually abused as children....

 

Former Omak mission children sue state over St. Mary’s sex abuse case

OMAK — Eight former foster children who claim they were sexually abused by a priest at St. Mary’s Mission in Omak decades ago are suing Washington state for sending them to the American Indian boarding school and not tracking their well-being....

 

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