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Monday, November 28, 2011

National News

Breakdown to Breakthrough: A Powerful Time
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United Houma Nation members can now turn their radio dials to a station of their own.,0,6813530.story
In the still of a cold November evening, a small gathering of pagans, led by two witches, begins preparations for the coming winter solstice . But these are not just any pagans, and this is not just any setting.
talking-feather.comMembers of the Tohono O’odham Nation have always had trouble with their borders that separate the United States and Mexico. Now, members of the tribe are taking steps to protect their lands themselves.
Archaeologist William Kelso says the remains of the oldest U.S. Protestant church which hosted the ceremony has been uncovered in Jamestown, Virginia.
In anticipation of the November 29 anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre, Native Americans converged today in Denver for the last leg of the Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing Run, which began Thursday near Eads.
Renewable Power Beats Fossils for First Time as UN Stalls
#GallupSolar glad to hear this? Electricity from the wind, sun, waves and biomass drew $187 billion last year compared with $157 billion for natural gas, oil and coal, according to calculations by Bloomberg New Energy Finance using the latest data. Accelerating installations of solar- and wind-power plants led to lower equipment prices, making clean energy more competitive with coal.
Renewable energy is surpassing fossil fuels for the first time in new power-plant investments, shaking off setbacks from the financial crisis and an impasse at the United Nations global warming talks.
Small scale farming is a rough business, especially for young people trying to get started. Farm incubators may provide a crucial boost. Read Jennifer Langston's first cover story for High Country News:
Viva Farms is a "farm incubator" in Washington's Skagit Valley, helping aspiring cash-poor farmers like Nelida Martinez start and successfully operate their own businesses.
High Schooler First Not Allowed, Then Allowed, to Wear Eagle Feather in Graduation Cap

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SOTRU shares @HouseLogic's 7 helpful hints on ways to make community better by celebrating holidays with your neighbors.
State of the Re:Union would like to share valuable knowledge (literally) on how to make your community a better place to live. In the article, 7 Holiday Events

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