STORM TRACKER No Indian Summer
I have been asked on more than one occasion in the past week if we will be experiencing any Indian Summer this autumn. By definition Indian Summer is an extended period of above average temperatures i... Posted on 10/25/13 at 10:24 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Notebook: More Indian scholarships available
By Don Davis
More American Indian college students may receive scholarships under a new Minnesota budget that began this month.
Commissioner Larry Pogemiller of the state Office of Higher Education sa... Posted on 7/15/13 at 4:10 PM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO India Palace in Fargo: A Spicy Dish With A Curious Disclaimer
Our first visit toIndia Palace, Fargo's newest Indian restaurant,brought tears of joy and tears of pain to my eyes. I wished it hadn't taken us so long to get here.
Since moving to Fargo, we've been ... Posted on 5/7/13 at 10:51 AM
GRAND FORKS GOURMET What We Need Now
This post originally appeared in the February issue of After5, the entertainment newspaper for the upper Red River Valley. You can see the whole issue here.
What does Grand Forks really need?
Mayb... Posted on 2/6/13 at 2:16 PM
The Obama administration intends to seek resolution to a lawsuit filed by American Indian farmers who alleged discrimination in the granting of federal agricultural loans over three decades. The lawsuit, filed in 1999, contends Indian farmers and ranchers lost about $500 million during the past three decades because of discrimination in lending from the Agriculture Department’s Farm Service Agency.
Supervalu Inc. is voluntarily recalling frozen fettuccini products over concerns about possible listeria contamination. It’s the second recall in about two weeks for the Eden Prairie-based company. The supermarket chain said Saturday the Culinary Circle Fettuccini Alfredo with Chicken products were sold in a 38-ounce package.
Allowing non-American Indians to pay for the use of a new hospital planned for the Fort Berthold Reservation would help fund the facility and provide a service for northwest North Dakota residents, the chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes says.
The winery is the culmination of a dream that took root nearly a decade ago when the family began a vineyard next to the farm. With the successful vineyard and nursery now totaling more than 13 acres, they took the step of building the winery, which will open next spring.
The pottery, stone knives, arm bands and other American Indian items sitting in a vendor’s booth or posted online look innocent enough, but the centuries-old artifacts taken from South Dakota’s rugged Missouri River banks don’t belong to the sellers. The U.S. Attorney’s Office has indicted five men, accusing them of looting or trading the ancient items.
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