Fall 2014 - Red Lake DNR Newsletter

Fall 2014 - Red Lake DNR Newsletter http://www.redlakednr.org/PDF/Fall%20...

Honor the Earth rallies at Enbridge offices

BEMIDJI -- An environmental group opposed to the future Sandpiper oil pipeline held a rally Thursday... at the Bemidji offices of the energy company planning to operate the pipeline. Honor the Earth, opposed to the multi-billion dollar pipeline proposed by Calgary-based Enbridge Energy, held a rally/press event just outside Enbridge's offices in the city's industrial park. Enbridge proposes...

RLHS Drawing Winners Announced

More than 100 families attended Open House at Red Lake High School on Wednesday, August 27 from noon to 7 PM. The parents were able to enter a drawing for two $50 gift cards form Walmart and a $100 gift certificate from Red Lake Trading Post. Congratulations to the families of Kendra Clark, Kennedy Barrett and Ree IIkwa Starr for winning the drawings. Please join us for Parent/Teacher conferences ...

Red Lake woman pleads not guilty to criminal vehicular operation

BEMIDJI -- A Red Lake woman plead not guilty in Beltrami County Court on Wednesday to criminal vehicular operation. She is facing criminal charges after she crashed her vehicle causing injuries to a passenger. Melvina Rose May, 49, rolled her Ford F150 in the early morning June 1 on Highway 89 south of Scribner Road NW. Court documents stated May admitted to having been drinking. A preliminary blood test showed an alcohol concentration of...

Machete, baseball bat attack linked to eBay sale

MOORHEAD - An incident Monday night that ended with a Bemidji man being carted off to jail on suspicion of attacking another man with a machete and a baseball bat started with a dispute over an eBay fee, prosecutors alleged Wednesday. The suspected attacker, Michael Coleman Brown, 44, was upset over the results of a sale on eBay of about 90 Zippo lighters, according to court documents. The victim ...

Seven Clans Casino Red Lake Car Show 2014 - P9

Seven Clans Casino Red Lake Car Show...

Seven Clans Casino Red Lake Car Show 2014 - P10

Seven Clans Casino Red Lake Car Show...

Red Lake Fair Exhibits 2014 - P9

Red Lake Fair Exhibits 2014 held at the Red Lake Community...

Red Lake Fair Exhibits 2014 - P10

Red Lake Fair Exhibits 2014 held at the Red Lake Community...

2nd Annual "Cops and Bobbers" held on Fuller's Lake - P27

On Wednesday August 13th 2014, the Red Lake Conservation Enforcement Department, along with the Red Lake Police Department held their 2nd Annual "COPS AND BOBBERS" fishing event at Fullers Lake from 11 AM until 2 PM. The event featured local law enforcement officers taking children out for an afternoon of fishing and fun. In addition, all children received a lunch and free fishing rods. Their...

Dog bites are serious business on the reservation

SAN CARLOS — Half of the 4.5 million people bitten by dogs each year are children, with American Indian/Alaska Native boys showing the highest rate of...  Website

22nd Annual Art Thunder Memorial Park Co-Ed League Play Offs

The 22nd Annual Art Thunder Memorial Park Co-Ed League Play Offs finished off on Thursday, August 28, 2014 in Redby. The winners were 1st Place Ice Dawgs, 2nd Place Little Rock and 3rd Place Ponemah. Ice Dawgs were also undefeated in league play throughout the...

WNBA all-star Schimmel to appear at Senecas' Allegany Community Center

SALAMANCA — The Schimmel family, including WNBA Atlanta Dream all-star point guard Shoni Schimmel, is set to visit the Allegany Community Center for an all-day basketball event...  Website

U.S. Senate candidates aim crosshairs in advertisements; Franken apologizes for 2012 video

After months of running a relatively-low key campaign, Minnesota Sen. Al Franken has for the first time called out his Republican challenger Mike McFadden in a broadcast advertisement, saying that the businessman’s attempts at humor disguise his lack of...  Website

Democrats warned about a Clinton 'coronation'

WASHINGTON – A “coronation” of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s potential presidential campaign by Democrats would hurt her chances of winning a race for the White House, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka told reporters...  Website

Key Congressional Races May Hinge On Support From Native Americans, Alaska Natives

WASHINGTON -- Though Native American and Alaska Native communities are often overlooked in electoral politics, their votes could decide the outcome of three close congressional contests this...  Website

AB 52, Native American bill, passes Senate

SACRAMENTO - Native American legislation seemingly opposed by thousands was significantly altered before it was passed by the California Senate on...  Website

Sally Esther (Neadeau) May

Sally May (April 5, 1940 - August 27, 2014) Sally Esther (Neadeau) May, 74, of Red Lake, MN passed away at her home on Wednesday, August 27, 2014. She was born to Andrew and "Gertie" (Black Eagle) Neadeau on April 5, 1940 in Red Lake. Sally liked reading books about gardening and cooking, talking on the phone with friends and family, watching "oldies" DVDs and "The Price is Right"; and she read...