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Boushie verdict fallout sparks allegations of threats, harassment

Ashley Burke, CBC News

An online fundraiser for Gerald Stanley, the Saskatchewan farmer found not guilty in the shooting death of Colten Boushie, has stirred up an online war of words as well as threats against an Ottawa woman.

The crowdfunding campaign, which has raised more than $200,000, began after the high-profile trial.

Earlier this month, a jury acquitted Stanley, 56, of second-degree murder. Boushie, 22, was shot and killed after he and four others from the Red Pheasant Cree Nation drove onto Stanley's rural property near Biggar, Sask., in August 2016.

What happened to Tina Fontaine? The case against Raymond Cormier

Cameron MacLean, CBC News

More than three years after Tina Fontaine's body was pulled from the Red River, and after 12 days of testimony in the trial of Raymond Cormier, police still don't know how the 15-year-old from Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba died.

Her 72-pound body was found near the Alexander Docks on Aug. 17, 2014, wrapped inside a duvet cover and weighted down with rocks.

Cormier, 56, was arrested at the end of 2015 and charged. He has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder. His defence team in the Winnipeg trial, which began Jan. 29, rested its case on Thursday without presenting any evidence.

School shooting dominates Saturday 21st-CD candidates forum

JOE LOTEMPLIO - Plattsburg Press Republican

PLATTSBURGH — With another mass shooting fresh in the public mind, candidates for Congress in the 21st District passionately pledged at a public forum that gun control will be at the top of their lists.

“The policies that are going on in Washington, D.C., are morally bankrupt. We need to call them accountable,” Ronald Kim of Queensbury said.

“Thoughts and prayers are not enough. We need action on this. Our kids are dying.”

Traffic stop leads to possession of counterfeit money charges against three


MALONE –– A routine traffic stop in the village on Saturday resulted in the arrest of three men on felony charges.

Kasey D. Michael, 30, of Saranac Lake; Jesus M. Quezada, 24, of New York City; and Manuel D. Quezada, 47, also of New York City, were each charged with one count of first-degree possession of a forged instrument after village police discovered $240 in counterfeit cash in their possession following the traffic stop. Manuel Quezada was also charged with a parole violation and Michael, the driver of the vehicle, is also facing multiple Vehicle and Traffic Law charges.

Two plead in traffic stop that lead to confiscation of vehicle, cash

- Massena Daily Courier

BRASHER — Jordan D. Francis, 33, Hogansburg, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Brasher Town Court to unlawful possession of marijuana, according to Justice Jeremiah Mahoney.

The charge resulted from a vehicle stop by St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies last month. The deputies searched the car, finding less than 2 ounces of marijuana, which they determined belonged to Mr. Francis, and $30,000 in cash. Deputies seized the marijuana, the cash and the vehicle.

Activity beginning to pick up at St. Lawrence Centre mall

- Massena Daily Courier

MASSENA — Activity at the St. Lawrence Centre mall is on the upswing with plans moving forward for a year-round artificial turf field, more store openings and another tenant for the food court.

“It’s been a year (since the mall’s purchase to the Shapiro Group was finalized) and we’re moving forward. We’re ready to be on the upswing now. The owners are very motivated to make something out of this,” said Erica Leonard, the mall’s general manager.

Moving forward means a number of initiatives, including the arrival of a year-round artificial turf field and fitness center at the St. Lawrence Centre arena.

North country pot grower says legalization is long overdue


As the political winds created by the legalization of marijuana swirl around him, a north country resident who has been growing pot on the down-low for decades watches with interest.

It’s the last week of January, the heart of winter. And on this frigid afternoon the mercury barely breaks zero.

Inside, next to a well-stoked wood stove and over a cup of coffee, “John” mulls potential planting locations for the upcoming season.

Elizabeth Warren: Trump 'Will Never Take Away' Native American Heritage

Gabrielle Levy, Political Reporter - U.S. News

Sen. Elizabeth Warren addressed the controversy over her claim to Native American heritage head on on Wednesday, blasting President Donald Trump for his repeated use of the name "Pocahontas" as an effort to mock her.

"The story they lived will always be a part of me," the Massachusetts Democrat said in a surprise appearance at the National Congress of American Indians in Washington on Wednesday, according to prepared remarks. "And no one – not even the president of the United States – will ever take that part of me away."

South Dakota Senate Committee Rejects American Indian Boarding School Sexual Abuse Victims Bill

Levi Rickert - Native News Online

PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA – The South Dakota Judiciary Committee voted on Tuesday, February 13, to reject legislation that would have allowed victims of childhood sexual abuse at Indian boarding shcools to file lawsuits against organizations, such as churches and schools.

The 4-3 vote is a set back for American Indians victims who suffered sexual abuse and now want compensation for the suffering they experienced as the result of the trauma.

Senator Tom Udall Remarks to National Indian Education Association

Native News Online Staff

WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, U.S. Senator Tom Udall, vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, addressed the National Indian Education Association (NIEA) and discussed his work to improve education for Native students. Udall outlined his education-related priorities on the Senate Indian Affairs and Appropriations committees – including expanding Native language opportunities, providing additional support for teachers in Indian Country and securing greater funding for school construction and maintenance.
The following are Udall’s remarks as prepared for delivery:
Thank you Kevin for that kind introduction. I applaud your years of dedicated service to the Pueblo of Jemez and to the Tribe’s education initiatives.

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