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Promised Land, sovereign renaissance, and mystery update
VNN Weekly Digest January 17-23
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
Promised Land | January
(OKLAHOMA) These stories are part of the Oklahoma Media Center’s Promised Land collaborative effort, which shows how the landmark McGirt v. Oklahoma decision affects both tribal and non-Indigenous residents in the state.
The 21st Century Renaissance of the Muscogee Nation
(MUSCOGEE NATION) “Muscogee people are descendants of Mound Builders in the southeast, and we have come from very sophisticated societies and endured for thousands and thousands of years. And we will continue to do that.”
Body believed to be Brendan Santo found in Red Cedar River
(MICHIGAN) It's been almost three months since 18-year-old Brendan Santo went missing.
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(NATIONAL) With gun sales at record highs, it’s clear that having a firearm on or nearby helps people feel secure and protected. According to Small Arms Analytics, nearly 23 million guns were purchased in 2020. For people living in rural communities and away from local law enforcement, having your own firearm might be the only way you will be defended with one when it matters.
WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) Periods of light to moderate snow in the north, and a low-pressure system to bring rain showers and thunderstorms to the Gulf Coast beginning Monday. Moderate temperatures are forecast across much of the southern and eastern U.S. but mild afternoons over the Northern/Central Plains will be followed by arctic air intrusion Monday into Tuesday.
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