Sec. of the Interior Examines Poor Conditions at School in Bena

Across the country, federal officials are touring schools that are funded by the Bureau of Indian Education. The tour is part of an effort to redesign the BIE as it failed to keep pace with the deterioration of school facilities. Secretary Sally Jewell of the Department of the...

Brainerd reconciles with four Native American Tribes

In 1872 a mob lynched two White Earth Native Americans, who were thought to have killed a Brainerd girl, but were never found guilty. Now almost a century and a half later the City of Brainerd offered their reconciliation of the lynching to four local Native American tribes....

CRCAIH Hosts Health Summit in Bemidji

  The Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health is building a plan for better health. At a health summit in Bemidji today, researchers and health experts discussed Native American health problems and possible solutions. The CRCAIH summit originally started in...

Mille Lacs Band Host Powwow Honoring Veterans

The heart of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Native Americans sang tribute to the veterans today during their 19th annual Memorial Day Powwow. They says it’s their way of saying thank you. Allen Weyaus, Mille Lacs Post 53 post commander, says, “Our warriors and our veterans are the...

Many Commemorate Former Tribal Chairman Eli Hunt at Funeral

  Former Chairman of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Eli Hunt was remembered Tuesday at a public funeral service held at the Northern Lights Events Center in Walker.  Hunt died at age 60 on Wednesday in Duluth.  He was most noted for being the Chairman from 1996 to 2002....

First Exhibit To Display Anishinaabe Arts Initiative Grant Awardees

  The first ever Anishinaabe Arts Initiative Exhibition has opened at the Region 2 Arts Council in Bemidji.  Native American artists who received the AAI grant from the past three years displayed their work to the community. The space was small, but there were many art...

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