We Ojibwe tend to be sentimental about our children, who will not know until they are adults, themselves, just how much they mean to us and the many reasons why.
Budgeteer News, 10/02/2009
In Ojibwe language there is no word for goodbye. We say “see ya” or “see you soon.”
Budgeteer News, 09/03/2009
In the dark early-morning hours of July 20, a devastating arson fire destroyed the Bois Forte Tribal Government Headquarters building in Nett Lake.
Budgeteer News, 08/06/2009
An excerpt from Budgeteer columnist Linda LeGarde Grover's award-winning collection of short stories, “The Road Back to Sweetgrass,” which was recently recognized by the Native Writers’ Circle of the Americas.
Budgeteer News, 06/11/2009
The Cherokee were not the only American Indian tribe to experience the trauma of losing motherland and loved ones; in fact, they were about 10 percent of the number of people who traveled the Trail of Tears.
Budgeteer News, 05/14/2009
American Indians have served in our country’s military service with the highest percentage of any racial or ethnic group.
Budgeteer News, 04/16/2009
This was turning out to be Beryl’s night: she was almost 40 bucks ahead and, on the chair to her right, Sis was getting cranky.
Budgeteer News, 03/25/2009