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Governor Pressures County to Sign Law Enforcement Agreement with Band

Duluth News Tribune: Opinion – Though Enbridge’s Line 3 oil pipeline replacement project is far from approved, debate already is stirring: What happens to old Line 3?

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Rewire: ‘Ganawenjiige Onigam’: A New Symbol of Resilience in Duluth, Minnesota

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Star Tribune: Lake Mille Lacs muskie guide is innovator, character rolled

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CDC Gaming Reports: AGA reassures tribes on sports betting at NIGA event

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Mille Lacs Messenger: Local café to feature Ojibwe healthy eating event

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Gov. threw down the gauntlet giving an ultimatum to the county

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NIGA hosts annual mid-year conference

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How Native Americans and Immigrants Are Coming Together to Define the Future of Resistance

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Our View: Keep up pressure for good of Great Lakes

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Mystic Lake hosts Native American Nutrition conference

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White Earth Nation sticks by casino project despite delay in environmental review

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Letter to the Editor: We are all members of Minnesota Chippewa Tribe

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Recipe for Wild Rice Harvest: Just Add Clean Water

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Overturned Car Enbridge Protesters' Latest Tactic

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Federal grant approved for tribal veterans cemetery in northern Minnesota

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Palaniuk Locks Up AOY Title in Bassmaster Elite Series

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Once lost, Dakota County historic marker will again flag former Sioux village

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Line 3 public meetings scheduled

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Minnesota legislators 'frustrated' by Commerce Department ruling on Enbridge project

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Two charged for blocking entrance at Enbridge pipeline contractor

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Trump’s Border Wall Could Carve Path Through Native American Lands

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Minnesota gets $6 million from feds to fight opioids

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Native view: Water protectors have little choice but civil disobedience

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Red Lake leaders hope organic farm can feed tribe members

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Mille Lacs Messenger: Band Takes Stand Against Opioids with Smudge Walk

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Indian Affairs Committee Advances Bipartisan Bill to Combat Native American Veteran Homelessness

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Native Times: Interior Secretary Names Kiowa Citizen to Post

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Inside Climate News: New Tar Sands Oil Pipeline Isn’t Worth the Risks, Minnesota Officials Say

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MPR: 'Not invisible anymore': Standing Rock a year after pipeline protests

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Mille Lacs Messenger: Good Rice Harvest in Onamia

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Mille Lacs Messenger: Drug Task Force Needed

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State DOC Says Enbridge Pipeline Not Needed

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Inaajimowin Archive

Minnesotans to Gather at State Capitol to HOLD THE LINE on Enbridge Line 3

TERC Meets with Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management

National Preparedness Month Week 3: Practice and Build Out Your Plans

DNR Commissioner Extends Ricing Hours in District I

Airboat Training Prepares Officers for Rescue Operations

Bassmaster Angler of the Year Tournament Returns to Mille Lacs

Love Water, Not Oil — Honor the Earth Rides for Life

Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures Names Michele Palomaki CEO of Wewinabi, Inc.

Survey Says Band Members Favor New Approach to Truancy

They Are Remembered at Big Sandy Lake

National Preparedness Month: Make a Plan to Help Your Neighbors and Community

A Drum Is the Heartbeat of the Mother

Band Members Invited to Smudge Capitol

Mino Bimaadiziwin Helps Band Members Overcome Barriers

Moccasin Telegraph — The Rhythm of Ricing

September Legislative Update

Traditional Images Chosen in License Plate Contest

Camp Ripley Commander Honored at Powwow

Chief Executive Melanie Benjamin's September 2017 Letter

Comment Period Open for Changes to Wild Rice Standards

Commissioner of Administration Works to Implement Chief's Vision

Mille Lacs is Second Home for New Education Commissioner

New Health and Human Services Commissioner Sets High Goals for Healthcare in Indian Country

September is National Preparedness Month

Wide-Ranging Discussion at First MCT Constitutional Convention Meetings

What Defines Me as a Mille Lacs Band Member

All We Have is Each Other

Band and Pine County Continue Collaboration on Important Issues

Commissioner Stresses Natural Resources are Gifts from Manidoo

Dentists Bring Experience, Empathy to Ne-Ia-Shing Clinic

Equine-Assisted Therapy Helps Band Members Heal, Recover

Wenji-ganawendamang Gidakiiminaan

Indigenous Games Are a Family Tradition for Reuben Gibbs

Leonard Sam Ricing and Fishing

Meetings Prepare Band Members for Constitutional Convention

Minisinaakwaang Celebrates at Gii-Ishkonigewag Powwow

Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Will Hold Constitutional Convention

New District II Associate Justice is Excited by New Role

Pipeline Risks and the Next Steps

Protecting Wisdom Keepers — Elder Abuse in Tribal Communities

Road Project Raises Concerns over Artifacts, Remains

School’s IN for Summer!

State of Minnesota Working Family Tax Credit 2017 Update

Stroke Danger Threatens MN Tribes

The 1855 Reservation: M-Opinion Says Boundaries Are Intact

Treuer Addresses Cultural Continuity, Cultural Change

5th Annual Adopt-a-Shoreline Clean-Up Effort on Lake Mille Lacs

Band Members and Allies State Strong Opposition to Line 3

Chameleon 5K — Rainbow of Color at Rice Lake Refuge

Commissioners Discuss Concerns with District III Band Members

District II Student Headed to Indigenous Games

Emergency Response Committee Prepares for Wildfire

Gikendandaa i’iw Ojibwemowin — Learn the Ojibwe Language

Leadership Conference Addresses Culture, Communication

Memorial Weekend Features Film, Music, Art, Powwow

Nay Ah Shing Meets Goals, Raises Bar for Next Year

Our Relationship with the Environment

Red Cross Volunteers Bring Sheltering Workshop to District I

Secretary-Treasurer Attends NCAI Conference in Connecticut

State, Federal Politics Loom Large in Indian Country

State-Tribal Relations in Action: Band Public Safety Headlines Meeting with Governor

Staying Safe, Being Prepared in Summer Months

Understanding MCT- Mille Lacs Band Issues

Ayaabadak Ishkode

Band Members Graduate from Pre-Apprenticeship Training

Band, Pine County Sign New Law Enforcement Agreement

Chiminising Hosts Ziigwan Powwow

Good People Are All Around Us

Heroin and Opioid Forum Presents Perspectives on Epidemic

HHS Employees Attend Point of Dispensing Seminar

HHS Prepares to Re-Open Four Winds

Joanne Boyd Recognized for 10 Years of Contributions to WIC Program

Kegg’s Message Helped Preserve Reservation

Larry ‘Amik’ Smallwood: An Anishinaabe Success Story

Leaders Meet Urban Area Band Members to Provide Updates

Native Rappers Take Stage in District I

New Hinckley Community Center is Taking Shape

Public Health Sponsors Cultural Presentation

State Seeks Public Comment on Line 3

Sheriff, Police Chief Address District I Community

New Resource Officer Hired for Nay Ah Shing Schools

Mille Lacs Band Divests from Wells Fargo

Catholic Charities Seeks to Build Community to Work on Key Issues

132 honored for educational achievement

2015 State of the Band Address: Protecting the Gift