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Articles from the December 5, 2012 edition

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Warriors advance with 78-47 win over Red Lake County in 2012 NCTC Tournament

THIEF RIVER FALLS - Leading 48-31 at the half in the 2012 NCTC Holiday Tournament in Thief River Falls, the Red Lake Warriors advanced to the next round with their 78-47 win over Red Lake County on Tuesday, December 4, 2012. It was the Warrior's first game of the season and will play Grygla-Goodridge on Thursday at 6:30 PM....

 

Mud River Restoration Update

RLDNR with technical assistance from MN DNR with Northern Engineering and Consulting INC and Red Lake Builders are collaboratively working together on the Mud River stream restoration. We are excavating a new 500’ channel to meander the stream as well as adding in riffles and pools to restore the stream’s pattern, profile, a...

 

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy...

 

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P2

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P2...

 

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November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P3...

 

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P4

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P4...

 

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P5

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P5...

 

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November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P6...

 

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P7

November 2012 Elder's Dinner at the Red Lake Nation Embassy P7...

 

Back in Time - 2005 - P103

Back in Time - 2005 - P103...

 

NATIVE ARTS AND CULTURES FOUNDATION AWARDS 2013 FELLOWSHIPS TO 12 NATIVE ARTISTS IN EIGHT STATES

VANCOUVER, Wash., (Dec. 4, 2012) – The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) – a national 501(c)(3) charity committed to building a fund dedicated exclusively to foster the revitalization, appreciation and perpetuation of Native arts and cultures – has awarded its 2013 Artist Fellowships to 12 American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian artists in eight...

 

Asian American Groups Extremely Disappointed Following Light Sentencing in Military Hazing Case

WASHINGTON—OCA, a national organization dedicated to advancing the political, social, and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans (APAs), and the Asian American Justice Center (AAJC), a member of the Asian American Center for Advancing Justice, are extremely disappointed with the recent verdict and sentencing in the...

 

DREAMers’ political coming of age: a bolder more inclusive agenda

Talk about dreaming big. What started out as a group of undocumented youth asking to be allowed to pursue higher education or work without fear of deportation has grown into a bold mandate calling for a national road map. DREAMers want citizenship not just for themselves, but for their parents, grandparents and neighbors, and...

 
 By Tina McCabe    News    December 5, 2012

In Minnesota Prisons, Phone Rates High but Service Low

Shelly Martin handed her cell phone to her 9-year-old niece. On the other end was her father, who had been waiting in line to use the only available phone. They greeted each other and began to talk — perhaps he asked how school was and she asked when she would see him next. Then conversation ended abruptly. Her niece cried,...

 

U.S. oil production at highest level since 1998

WILLISTON, N.D. – North Dakota oil production has helped lift U.S. monthly oil production to the highest level since 1998....

 

Minn. forecast kicks off budget season, with asterisk for unresolved debt talks in Washington

Minnesota's budget picture sharpens Wednesday with a new economic forecast, but there's a big caveat....

 

Meth-ring kingpin gets record 30-year prison term

A Hennepin County judge doled out an unprecedented sentence on Tuesday for a drug crime in Minnesota, sending a methamphetamine kingpin to prison for 30 years....

 

Ice fishing has started, but caution is urged

Minnesota's ice fishing season is underway -- but mostly on thin ice -- and officials warned anglers to be cautious....

 

The Need for Broadband Internet Is Great

We, as American Indians, have a great need. It has been here for quite some time and on many levels: economic, educational, health, entertainment and a general better way of life. This great need requires one thing, and that is free broadband access on American Indian lands. According to the Federal Communications Commission, more than 90 percent of American Indians lack...

 

RCMP files, records of missing children, graves may never surface if Ottawa wins battle with TRC

OTTAWA–Indian residential school records on dead and missing children and abuse complaints to the RCMP may never see the light of day if Ottawa gets its way in its battle with the commission created to shed light on Canada’s darkest chapter, according to court documents....

 

South Dakota Indian Child Welfare Act Coalition Affirms NPR Story - Alleges Systematic State ICWA Violations in Report to Congress

The South Dakota Indian Child Welfare Act directors' congressional report, yet to be published, is titled "Reviewing the Facts: An Assessment of the Accuracy of NPR's 'Native Foster Care: Lost Children, Shattered Families.'" The study was written with assistance from the Lakota People's Law Project, a nonprofit law firm and public policy advocacy organization based in Rapid...

 

Tribe starts training program for oil jobs

BISMARCK (AP) — A Native American tribe plans to start a new job training program centered on preparing tribal members for oilfield-related careers....

 

Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Reauthorization Act of 2008

This final rule revises the regulations governing the Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) program and the Title VI Loan Guarantee program. HUD negotiated this rule with active tribal participation under the procedures of the Negotiated Rulemaking Act of 1990, pursuant to the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Reauthorization Act of 2008. These regulatory...

 

Police Can Record Video Inside Your Home Without A Warrant, Appeals Court Says

Earlier this year, the U.S. Supreme Court provided some comfort to those fearing the seemingly limitless potential of new technologies to enable government privacy invasion. In holding that police could not attach a GPS device to a car and track it for 30 days without a warrant, the court said, “At bottom, we must ‘assur[e] preservation of that degree of privacy against...

 

Wolf hunt planned on Colville Reservation

Leaders of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville are planning to approve a gray wolf hunt on tribal lands, sources close to the tribe told KING 5 on Tuesday....

 

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