From the Petoskey News Review:
New casino revenue sharing approach planned
By Ryan Bentley News-Review Staff Writer
A more specific framework has been crafted for how Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians casino proceeds should be shared with the local community.
Here and here are two audio links from recent interviews with survivors of the Holy Childhood boarding school in Harbor Springs, Michigan.
From Interlochen Public Radio:
Keeping the history of Holy Childhood
HARBOR SPRINGS 2007-09-28
A Michigan historic site in Harbor Springs is expected to be demolished next month despite a last-minute effort to save the building. It was built in 1913 to house an Indian Boarding School run by the Catholic Church.
The church owns the building, but members of tribes all over Michigan, and even beyond, have some claim to its history.
Plans for the new building have been in the works for years. But this summer the impending demolition dug up old wounds for some former students, and while some welcomed the wrecking ball, others felt the building’s demise would also erase the building’s history.
IPR’s Linda Stephan visited Harbor Springs, and filed this report.