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Ponemah School Holiday Music Program

Ponemah School Holiday Music Program

The Ponemah School held their annual Holiday Music Program on Tuesday, December 16, 2014. Performances included selections by the Red Lake High School Band to begin the program, followed by the Kindergarten through 5th Grade...

Ponemah School Holiday Music Program - P2

The Ponemah School held their annual Holiday Music Program on Tuesday, December 16, 2014. Performances included selections by the Red Lake High School Band to begin the program, followed by the Kindergarten through 5th Grade...

2014 Artist's Christmas Sale held in Red Lake - P3

The Red Lake Nation Entrepreneur Program held its 3rd Christmas Sale on December 11th, showcasing local Red Lake artists at Seven Clans Casino Red Lake. This event was made possible with the support and sponsorship of the Red Lake Nation and the Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce (MAICC). There were 36 artists represented at 23 Vendor Tables, who captured a combined sales total of over ...

2014 Artist's Christmas Sale held in Red Lake - P4

The Red Lake Nation Entrepreneur Program held its 3rd Christmas Sale on December 11th, showcasing local Red Lake artists at Seven Clans Casino Red Lake. This event was made possible with the support and sponsorship of the Red Lake Nation and the Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce (MAICC). There were 36 artists represented at 23 Vendor Tables, who captured a combined sales total of over ...

Red Lake distributes over $2.8 million to members - P8

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Tribal Council approved a Trust Fund Distribution on October 23, 2014, in the amount of $250.00 for each tribal member. This amount is the same as in 2013. On December 11, 2014 the checks were distributed to members both on and off the reservation. On reservation members had from 8 AM to 8 PM to pick up the "payment." Those not picking them up would receive them in the...

Red Lake distributes over $2.8 million to members - P9

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Tribal Council approved a Trust Fund Distribution on October 23, 2014, in the amount of $250.00 for each tribal member. This amount is the same as in 2013. On December 11, 2014 the checks were distributed to members both on and off the reservation. On reservation members had from 8 AM to 8 PM to pick up the "payment." Those not picking them up would receive them in the...

Looking for answers: Bemidji area could host mentally ill inmate facility, sheriff says

BEMIDJI -- Bemidji could host a potential pilot program for processing mentally ill criminal offenders, Beltrami County Sheriff Phil Hodapp said...  Website

Minneapolis schools superintendent resigns

MINNEAPOLIS — Stating that her “family commitments have become increasingly challenging,” Minneapolis Public Schools superintendent Bernadeia Johnson tendered her resignation Tuesday to the district’s school...  Website

Uninsurance Rates to Drop Significantly for All Races/Ethnicities under ACA; Coverage Differences with Whites to Narrow

WASHINGTON, DC, December 16, 2014 -- The ranks of the uninsured among Latinos, blacks, Asians/Pacific Islanders, American Indians/Alaska Natives, and whites will drop 39 to 52 percent by 2016, the Urban Institute projects. Differences in uninsurance rates between whites and the other groups will decrease substantially. Read the full report: http://www.urban.org/publications/2000046.html The first state-level examination of how five major racial...

How Your Friends Affect Your Donations this Holiday Season

DULUTH, MINN, December 16, 2014 - A new American Red Cross survey found that even among social media users, it’s the messenger, not the medium, that’s key to motivating social media users to donate to charity, suggesting that personal appeals from friends matter more than trending topics and gimmicks. The Red Cross survey reinforced that personal relationships influence giving both offline and online. Social users are a charitable group...

Separate and Unequal

Separate and Unequal, a four-part series that will be published on consecutive Sundays, was reported and written by editorial writer Jill Burcum, with input from the Star Tribune Editorial Board. News photographer David Joles, who traveled with Burcum to northern Minnesota and South Dakota, shot the...  Website

Lady Warriors go to 6-0 with 76-40 win over Kelliher-Northome

The Red Lake Girls Basketball Team remain undefeated this season, going to 6-0, with a win on the road against Kelliher-Northome 70-46. The 6th, 7th and Junior Varsity also got wins in Kelliher, with the 8th grade girls coming up short by two-points in overtime. The 7th grade girls are also 4-0 on the...

Warriors have no trouble with Wolves in home opener, 91-51

Warriors have no trouble with Wolves in home opener, 91-51 JV also comes from behind to win...

Warriors have no trouble with Wolves in home opener, 91-51 - P2

Warriors have no trouble with Wolves in home opener, 91-51 JV also comes from behind to win...

Red Lake Lady Warriors now 5-0 after 87-23 win over Laporte at home - P13

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors had no trouble with Laporte on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 on their home court, taking a 46-13 halftime lead and finishing 87-23 for their fifth consecutive win. The Wildcats were on the scoreboard first with a layup by Kalei Kerby, followed by 2 more by Keairah Urrutia, and Red Lake answered until they were knotted at 10-10 After that, Red Lake went on a 15-0...

Red Lake Lady Warriors now 5-0 after 87-23 win over Laporte at home - P14

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors had no trouble with Laporte on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 on their home court, taking a 46-13 halftime lead and finishing 87-23 for their fifth consecutive win. The Wildcats were on the scoreboard first with a layup by Kalei Kerby, followed by 2 more by Keairah Urrutia, and Red Lake answered until they were knotted at 10-10 After that, Red Lake went on a 15-0...

Work continues on develping a tribal airport system master plan

FARMINGTON — Members of a consultant team that has been overseeing development of the tribe's airport system master plan are presenting proposed development plans for each of the airports located on the reservation this...  Website

Payday Loan Mogul May Face Criminal Charges Under Laws That Targeted Mafia Loan Sharks

Federal prosecutors are plotting sweeping criminal charges against a car-racing mogul whose online payday lending empire uses American Indian tribal lands as a base of operations to evade state law, Bloomberg...  Website

Franken tells TV network: 'I'm ready for Hillary' to be president

U.S. Sen. Al Franken said he will back former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in her likely presidential run, and will not consider any other...  Website

Obama signs contentious $1.1 trillion spending bill that pays for government through September

WASHINGTON — With little fanfare to mark a rare bipartisan achievement, President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed a massive, $1.1 trillion spending bill that keeps the government operating over the next nine...  Website

Jeb Bush declares he'll 'actively explore' White House bid, first to step this far into 2016

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Jeb Bush answered the biggest question looming over the Republican Party's next campaign for the White House on Tuesday, all but declaring his candidacy for president more than a year before the first...  Website

GOP leader McConnell says approving Keystone pipeline will be at top of Senate agenda in 2015

WASHINGTON — Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell declared Tuesday that approving the Keystone XL pipeline will top the Senate agenda in January, potentially setting up an early veto confrontation with President Barack...  Website

Keystone first item on GOP Senate agenda

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) announced Tuesday that he will move the Keystone XL oil pipeline as the first order of business in the GOP-controlled Senate next...  Website

The Lumbee Tribal Council votes that one of its members violated the tribe's ethics rules

The Lumbee Tribal Council decided Tuesday evening, by a vote of 14 to 4, that member Larry Townsend violated the tribe's ethics ordinance. Townsend was one of the votes in...  Website

Timothy Goodman

Timothy Goodman Died: Sat., Dec. 13, 2014 Timothy Wayne Goodman, “Gimiwan Aanakwad”, 45 years old, of Mahnomen passed away on Sunday, December 14, 2014. Tim was born on October 15, 1969 in Little Falls, MN the son of Christine Goodman and Orville Johnson. Tim grew up Minneapolis, Minnesota. He enjoyed singing, pow wows, sweat lodges, and making regalia and hand drums. He believed in the native ways and taught his son to sing and dance in...

Ponemah Christmas Dinner - Wed. December 17, 2014

Ponemah Christmas Dinner - Wed. December 17, 2014 6 PM at the Ponemah Boys & Girls...

Strong Circle of Friends - Cultural Teaching, Regalia Making, Drumming/Singing

Strong Circle of Friends - Cultural Teaching, Regalia Making, Drumming/Singing Tuesdays - 5 PM -p 9 PM at various...

DRIVER'S EDUCATION CLASS - January 5-7, 2015 9:00am-11:00am

DRIVER'S EDUCATION CLASS January 5-7, 2015 9:00am-11:00am Permit Testing 1/9/15 at 9:30am Bemidji. Please sign up with your case manager or in the Career Development room. This class is for anyone over 18 years old. Georgia D. - 679-3350 ext....

BAKE SALE DURING PARENT / TEACHER CONFERENCES ON DEC. 18th, 2014

BAKE SALE DURING PARENT / TEACHER CONFERENCES ON DEC. 18th, 2014 And In Foyer of Gym During the Game PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE WILL BE ADDED BACK INTO THE FACS...

Why Did the Feds Just Legalize Cannabis on Native American Lands?

Last Thursday, the Department of Justice released a three-page memo announcing that the federal government will not prosecute Native Americans growing and selling marijuana on tribal lands, even in states where the drug is illegal. So will dispensaries become the new...  Website

Native American tribes and the marijuana business

As if state and federal drug policies weren’t already a mishmash of contradiction and confusion, the U.S. Department of Justice announced last week that Native American tribes can grow or sell marijuana on their reservations, even in states that have not legalized pot for medicinal or recreational purposes. The decision was a further recognition of the sovereignty of Indian lands. But its ramifications will be felt far beyond the...  Website

 
 
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