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Tribal Observer Issue: April 1, 2005

Tribal youth Program Juvenile Diversion Red Road Project: What are Risk Factors and Protective Factors?

Recognizing the unity of being a community often depends upon agreeing to a core set of basic values like those taught in the Tribal schools which are universally accepted as good character attributes to attain.

Communities depend upon establishing common ground.

This lies outside politics and religion and other controversial subjects, to the daily practice of basic common values such as: Nbwaakaawin is Wisdom, Zaagidwin is Love, Mnaadendmowin is Respect, Aakdehewin is Bravery, Debwewin is Truth, Dbaadendizwin is Humility, and Gwekwaadziwin is Honesty.

Court ruling clears path for Pokagon casino development

Federal District Court Judge James Robertson has ruled in favor of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians by dismissing the last remaining issue filed in the lawsuit by Taxpayers of Michigan Against Casinos (TOMAC).

Diabetes Expo planned

Preventive efforts and free exams will be offered during the fifth annual Diabetes Expo on April 5 from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Soaring Eagle Resort Conference Center.