A Foreign Trade Zone is just one idea among many White Earth is pursuing in an effort to diversify the economy in an impoverished part of the state.
Mille Lacs County Attorney Jan Jude doubts that last month’s arrests of alleged gang members in Minnesota will make much of a dent in the gang problem.
By Dan Gunderson, Minnesota Public Radio News New federal rules in effect this week allow Minnesota Indian tribes to seek federal crime fighting help. Minnesota is one of six states where the state has primary criminal jurisdiction on most reservations. The new rules allow tribes to request that federal authorities investigate and prosecute crimes. The Read more →
The city of Duluth laid out its strategy Thursday in an increasingly fractious dispute with the Fond du Lac Ojibwe Band.
A horseback ride commemorating the mass execution of 38 Dakota warriors following the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 is set to start Saturday in South Dakota.
University of North Dakota President Robert Kelley says the university will largely remove the “Fighting Sioux” logo by the end of December. A memo outlines how UMD will stop using the nickname.
The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe is making progress on serving more tribal communities with municipal water treatment plants.
The tour includes traditional American Indian music and Western classical music.
The Chief Bemidji statue that’s sat on the shore of Lake Bemidji since the 1950s is being replaced. A committee is raising funds to commission a new statue that’s more respectful of Shaynowishkung, the Ojibwe man depicted in the statue.
The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded the Red Lake Band of Ojibwe more than $1 million for the band’s YouthBuild program.