First Sturgeon spawning activity at Keshena Falls in over 100 years
Thursday, May 17 2012
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The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin announced that the effort to reintroduce Sturgeon to their historic spawning grounds on the Wolf River at Keshena Falls is showing successful results. Menominee Tribal Conservation Department in collaboration with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has reported observation of early spawning activity at Keshena Falls.
Local Artist Creates Mural at Red Lake High School: Suicide Prevention Focuses on Youth Bullying Pos
Thursday, May 17 2012
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The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board's (NPAIHB) suicide prevention project called THRIVE has recently created an AI/AN specific suicide prevention media campaign and with the support of the Indian Health Service.  It wanted to expand the campaign nationally to include youth bullying preventionRe by partnering with a few Tribal communities.
White Earth tribe uses tax credits to build needed housing
Thursday, May 17 2012
Written by By Dan Gunderson Minnesota Public Radio News,
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A program that gives federal tax credits to investors who build homes on the White Earth Indian Reservation will make a small but important dent in the chronic housing shortage there.
Thirty families on the reservation are living in new homes this spring thanks to the program, through which the tribe hires contractors to build two- and three-bedroom homes with money from private investors. The investors will receive a 10-year tax break for investing in low-income housing.
Police say Native Mob busts lead to lull in gang-related crime
Thursday, May 17 2012
Written by By Tom Robertson Minnesota Public Radio News,
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LEECH LAKE INDIAN RESERVATION, Minn. - Law enforcement officials are tracking a drop in gang activity in some tribal communities that they say is the result of a sweeping take-down of Native Mob gang leaders earlier this year.
A federal indictment in January charged two-dozen alleged members of the Native Mob with crimes ranging from conspiracy and racketeering to drug trafficking and attempted murder.

Reservation News
Thursday, May 17 2012
Written by Tom Robertson Minnesota Public Radio News,
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Bemidji, Minn. - Red Lake tribal officials say they're frustrated over a funding dispute that has left a juvenile detention center empty and unused since it was built by the federal government seven years ago.
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