“Hi, I am here to meet some friends from the Cheyenne River tribe,” I told him and I could see him perk up a little.
“Cheyenne River,” he said, “that’s my tribe,” and he smiled proudly.
“I’m here to meet (I told him the names of my friends) and I brought supplies,” I said.
“What kind of supplies?” he asked.
“Winter coats and warm clothes donated by my community. We support what you are doing here,” I told him as he nodded and pointed to several large tents off to my right. Read more >
Prior to the start of the forum, both Cortez and Richardson were up and walking around, working the room, shaking hands and talking with attendees, while Byars sat quietly in her assigned chair at the front of the room, thinking and watching. Read more >
Lisa Dancing-Light is going global with one of her songs, after author Dr. Kent Johnson chose it as one of two theme songs for his new VoiceAmerica.com show “The Convergence: Uniting the Tribes in the Interspiritual Age.”
The song, several years in the making, is adapted from a poem by author Anne Hillman, and is titled “The Song of Love” (an anthem for humanity). It starts:
You are loved, you are accepted
You are held in a vast embrace
You are perfect as you are
A child of God, a gift of Grace. Read more >
But over the past decade, changes in how the town’s energy resources are generated and used (and, more particularly, not used) are believed to have cut local energy costs considerably, according to town officials and representatives of the Clean Energy Economy for the Region (CLEER), Garfield Clean Energy (GCE) and its related organizations. Read more >
Democrats have accused Martin of embezzlement concerning his expenses over three years of attendance at conferences of the National Association of Counties (NACo), Read more >