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Boating accident results in death of tribal community member

Tribal leaders blast federal rule that could undercut American Indian health care

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Minnesotan Dr. Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa) was reservation doctor at Pine Ridge during the Wounded Knee massacre

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Return the National Parks to the Tribes

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Why burial recovery efforts have resumed along Mission Creek

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Red Lake seeks water standard authority from EPA

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Judge approves MPCA changes to water quality standards

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Biden taps expert in Native American law as top lawyer at Interior

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'Our hearts are heavy': COVID-19 deaths of tribal elders leave a void

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Decision strikes key parts of Native American adoptions law

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https://www.minnpost.com/mental-health-addiction/2021/04/red-lake-portraits-of-recovery-paints-a-hopeful-picture-of-native-addiction-treatment/

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Even the Great Lakes’ deepest waters are now warming

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Concerns about clean water shouldn’t stop with Twin Metals

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‘Race against the clock’: the school fighting to save the Ojibwe language before its elders pass away

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What’s behind the Corps of Engineers’ suspension of a PolyMet permit

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Fond du Lac Band wins halt to copper mine

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Land seizures, 'unethical' research: University of Minnesota confronts troubled history with tribal nations

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Indigenous communities demonstrate innovation and strength despite unequal losses during COVID-19

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Native-owned /tribal enterprises still struggling in Minnesota

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Historic investment a lifeline for Minnesota tribes devastated by COVID

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Wisconsin tribes begin walleye spearing as state officials warn about harassment

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As Deb Haaland creates unit to investigate missing and murdered Native Americans, a look at why it's necessary

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Chief Hole-in-the-Day the Younger's assassination lands Hollywood screenwriter

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Spirit of collaboration helps carry Mille Lacs Band through pandemic

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7 Culturally Enriching Road Trips in Minnesota

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'I live with Standing Rock in my heart': Massive pipeline protest resonates 5 years later

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State regulators fail to hold Enbridge accountable for Line 3 promises

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Blandin Foundation selects Mille Lacs Tribal Economy for broadband program

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Invisibility in the Silence of Grief, Loss, and Rage

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https://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/546102-haaland-to-create-unit-to-investigate-missing-and-murdered-native

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A Native American Should Fill New Mexico’s 1st Congressional Seat

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Local school boards vote for complete sports pairing

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The Slice: The Art of Carl Gawboy

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Bush Foundation takes on debt for $100M effort to close wealth gap

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Community members protest line 3 pipeline in downtown Duluth

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Red Lake Nation College Receives Accreditation

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New Dakota Language House will open for students in fall 2021

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Our View: Ethnic studies benefits all students

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Historic Dakota land returns to tribe

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Fond du Lac, Carlton County Partnering to Vaccinate Public Against COVID-19

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Leech Lake’s State of the Band Address covers tribal milestones, COVID-19 impact, vaccine rollout and more

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Heroic actions recognized for an accident in Mille Lacs area

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North Dakota House defeats bill promoting Native American studies

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New $16 minimum wage at White Earth means $12k a year raise for lowest paid workers

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Dakota County park plans to preserve Native American history

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Minnesota Tribes To Receive $13.1M In HUD Funds For Affordable Housing During Pandemic

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Bill repealing old laws against Native Americans gets OK from committee

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Vaccines for all: Walz says at-risk Minnesotans should still be prioritized

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The celebration over, Deb Haaland now faces a long to-do list at Interior

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Rounds, Smith lead bipartisan push to repeal outdated laws against Native Americans

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White Earth declares a homelessness emergency on reservation

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Enbridge prevails in Minnesota Tax Court, counties brace for fiscal hit

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Chippewa tribes blast Wisconsin wolf hunt, say it was about killing

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U.S. Army Corps suspends wetlands permit for PolyMet copper mine

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Early and late season walleye harvest to be allowed on Mille Lacs in 2021 – DNR Press Release

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$31 billion represents 'a massive opportunity' for Indian Country

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NIGA Chair Ernie Stevens says Biden is standing by his word

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MPCA and Red Lake Nation DNR work to improve water quality in Upper, Lower Red Lake Watershed

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Tribal officials hopeful new Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland can end wolf hunting in Wisconsin

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CDC director urges vigilance to prevent 'avoidable surge' of COVID

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Judges question whether Enbridge, regulators actually proved Line 3 is needed

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Opposition to Haaland may bring political costs, tribal representatives warn

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Deb Haaland confirmed as first Native American Interior Secretary

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Attuned to the Earth's moods, revered Native writer N. Scott Momaday sounds an alarm

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UMN creates new position to advise on American Indian affairs and tribal relations

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Inaajimowin Archive

Get the facts about COVID-19 vaccines via online event

Band Assembly Weekly Update, April 5-9

News Roundup, April 4–10

Healing through culture

IPAD artist makes her mark

The Mille Lacs Band's Legislative Process

HHS shares recommendations for fully vaccinated people

Severe Weather Awareness Week is April 12-16

StrongHearts Native Helpline launches text advocacy

Attorney is first Revisor of Statutes

Band Assembly Weekly Update, March 29–April 2