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Hunting in Wartime

Saturday, July 29 at 9pm Hunting in Wartime profiles Tlingit veterans from Hoonah, Alaska who saw combat during the Vietnam War. The veterans talk about surviving trauma,...

In Focus: Red Lake Artist Shares Native Culture On A Canvas

Red Lake native Brian Dow has been an artist his whole life, but it is not until almost three years ago when he found his true passion – sketching Native American...

Indigenous Peoples’ Day: Panelists Say More Work Needs To Be Done

A week after Bemidji recognized Indigenous Peoples’/Treaty Day, community leaders expressed mixed reactions to the proclamation in a panel discussion. Many say they...

Red Lake Sobriety Run To Return

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa will host an annual sobriety run at the beginning of August. This event is all about spreading the message of recovery and healthy...

Red Lake Food Initiative Keeps Growing

Red Lake reservation members are trying to grow a better future for locals. The Red Lake Local Food Initiative has been in the works for the last year. The group has gone...

Golden Apple: Native American Dancing in Elementary Schools

Powwow music filled the gymnasium of Northern Elementary School, prompting students to dance along to the rhythm. Native American fancy dancer Larry Yazzie leads his...

Leech Lake Awarded Shelter Funding

Funding from the federal government will help Leech Lake build a shelter for veterans who are also homeless in the area. The money, about $160,000 in total, will go...

League of Women Voters Meets

The League of Women Voters is a national organization that has a presence in all 50 states. Their goal is to improve voter rights, not only for minorities, but also for...

Camp Teaches Kids Ojibwe History

A day camp is using crafts, natural surroundings and storytelling to help connect the younger Red Lake generation to its rich Ojibwe history. It’s a program that...

Chief Bemidji Statue Unveiled

Years of planning went into the creation of a statue and plaques honoring Shaynowishkung, or “the one who rattles”. Chief Bemidji lived in a time of hardship,...

Native American Outreach

A community outreach event that featured food, singing and storytelling took place in Bena on Thursday. Find out more about this elder gathering here.

Prominent Native American Chef Visits Local School

Like most chefs, Sean Sherman pretty much lives in the kitchen. But the man who calls himself the “Sioux Chef” because of his heritage is attempting to identify and...

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