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Articles from the January 2, 2014 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    News    January 2, 2014

New Years Eve Gathering 2013 held in Red Lake

On December 31, 2013, New Years Eve, the Annual New Years Eve Gathering was held at the Red Lake Humanities Center. Facing -24 F. weather, about 300 people showed up for the event which began with a feast of Red Lake walleye and perch at 5 PM, followed by the pow wow grand entry at 7 pm, with drawings for door prizes, dance and food contests and some great entertainment throughout the night. This...

 
 News    January 2, 2014

2013 Red Lake Nation Toy Drive Challenge

2013 Red Lake Nation Toy Drive Challenge...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    January 2, 2014

New Years Eve Gathering 2013 held in Red Lake - P2

On December 31, 2013, New Years Eve, the Annual New Years Eve Gathering was held at the Red Lake Humanities Center. Facing -24 F. weather, about 300 people showed up for the event which began with a feast of Red Lake walleye and perch at 5 PM, followed by the pow wow grand entry at 7 pm, with drawings for door prizes, dance and food contests and some great entertainment throughout the night. This...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    January 2, 2014

Elder Christmas Party held at Red Lake Casino Event Center - P11

The Elder Christmas Party was held at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on Friday, December 20, 2013. Red Lake Elders were treated to a roast beef dinner, live music, candy bags and gift cards. The Red Lake Boys Basketball Team also helped by serving the meals....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    January 2, 2014

Elder Christmas Party held at Red Lake Casino Event Center - P12

The Elder Christmas Party was held at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on Friday, December 20, 2013. Red Lake Elders were treated to a roast beef dinner, live music, candy bags and gift cards. The Red Lake Boys Basketball Team also helped by serving the meals....

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    January 2, 2014

Lady Warriors go to 4-1 with 78-32 win over Blackduck - P12

The Red Lake Girls Basketball team improved their record to 4-1 with the 78-32 win over Blackduck on Thursday, December 19, 2013....

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    January 2, 2014

Lady Warriors go to 4-1 with 78-32 win over Blackduck - P13

The Red Lake Girls Basketball team improved their record to 4-1 with the 78-32 win over Blackduck on Thursday, December 19, 2013....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    January 2, 2014

RLES Holiday Program 2013 - P11

Red Lake Elementary School Holiday Program 2013 held on Wednesday, December 18, 2013....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    January 2, 2014

RLES Holiday Program 2013 - P12

Red Lake Elementary School Holiday Program 2013 held on Wednesday, December 18, 2013....

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    January 2, 2014

Red Lake Girls win Home Opener over Kelliher-Northome 68-48 - P12

Red Lake Girls win Home Opener over Kelliher-Northome 68-48 - P12...

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    January 2, 2014

Red Lake Girls win Home Opener over Kelliher-Northome 68-48 - P13

Red Lake Girls win Home Opener over Kelliher-Northome 68-48 - P13...

 
 News    January 2, 2014

MINNESOTA DENTAL ASSOCIATION SPONSORS STATEWIDE CHARITABLE DENTISTRY EVENT

(Minneapolis, MN) - - Minnesota dentists will provide free dental care services for children in need, during the Minnesota Dental Association’s Give Kids a Smile event on February 7th and 8th, 2014. This unique, charitable dentistry event will provide care to 6,000 children at over 200 dental clinics throughout the state. The Minnesota Dental Association is sponsoring the 12th consecutive year of Give Kids a Smile as part of the national...

 
 Events   

Minnesota Dental Association's 12th annual Give Kids a Smile

If you know a child needing dental care whose family is unable to provide for that care, help is available during the Minnesota Dental Association’s 12th annual Give Kids a Smile event on February 7th and 8th, 2014. Volunteer dentists will be treating children whose families face barriers to care for free. To schedule an appointment, call United Way 211 (just dial 2-1-1), or 800-543-7709 or go to www.mndental.org....

 
 By Marilyn Tavenner    News    January 2, 2014

Nationwide Enrollment for Health Care Coverage Surged in December

Since the beginning of open enrollment, millions of Americans are gaining access to health coverage–many for the very first time—thanks to the Affordable Care Act. The most recent data indicate that more than 2.1 million people have enrolled in a private health insurance plan through the Federal and State-based Marketplaces since October 1. Both states and the federal government have seen a surge in enrollment in December. Our HealthCare.gov...

 
 By Kathleen Sebelius    News    January 2, 2014

A New Day in Health Care Coverage

January 1st marks not only the beginning of a New Year, but an exciting new day in health care as millions of Americans will now be able to access care, thanks to the coverage they found at the Health Insurance Marketplace. For many of the newly insured – people like Molly from Charlottesville, VA or Mark from Austin, TX - it will be the first time that they can enjoy the security that comes with health coverage. For consumers whose...

 
 Business    January 2, 2014

NAVAJO NATION LAUNCHES ENERGY COMPANY BY ACQUIRING OWNERSHIP OF NAVAJO COAL MINE

Window Rock, AZ – On December 30, 2013, Navajo Transitional Energy Company, LLC (NTEC) completed its acquisition of the Navajo Mine, located on the Navajo Nation (the Nation), from BHP Billiton Limited and entered into agreements to supply coal to the Four Corners Power Plant through 2031. NTEC was created in April 2013 as a wholly owned limited liability company of the Navajo Nation to promote...

 
 By Gene Lehmann    News    January 2, 2014

Chickasaw educator embarked upon unexpected career

BYNG – There definitely is something about Merry. Rev. Howard and Mrs. Lorena Baker knew their daughter would be born at Christmastime. When she did arrive, on December 20, 1950, they christened her Merry Carol. While unusual, the name fits her to a tee. She sings, loves, cares and brings merriment to the lives of her Byng High School students and thousands of others. She is a member of Native P...

 
 News    January 2, 2014

Bemidji man arrested after $16,000 worth of meth found in car near Motley

LITTLE FALLS — A Bemidji man was arrested Monday for possession of Methamphetamine near Motley, according to the Morrison County Sheriff Office....

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    January 2, 2014

Cass Lake-Bena, Blackduck among unbeatens in Northland Conference

CASS LAKE — As the 2014 portion of the winter sports seasons begin, Cass Lake-Bena and Blackduck join Walker-Hackensack-Akeley as unbeatens in the boys Northland Conference basketball standings. The Panthers and Drakes share 2-0 league records while WHA leads the conference at 3-0. Overall CL-B is 4-1 and Blackduck 6-2. Nevis begins 2014 in sole possession of fourth at 2-1 while Kelliher-Northome is 2-2, Red Lake 1-2, Laporte 0-3 and Pine River...

 
 Politics    January 2, 2014

Hodges takes over as Minneapolis mayor; Swearing-in ceremonies also planned in other cities

MINNEAPOLIS — The change in leaders at Minneapolis city hall is at hand....

 
 News    January 2, 2014

Blaine baby is 2014's first

Blaine resident Lissa Clair went into labor Tuesday morning while shopping for New Year’s Eve munchies. Confident that her New Year’s Eve plans had changed, she abandoned her shopping cart and high-tailed it home....

 
 News    January 2, 2014

Courts, legislators spar over new law limiting access to juvenile records

A disagreement over a new state law limiting electronic access to some juvenile court records is headed for a public hearing next month....

 
 By John Myers    News    January 2, 2014

Duluth women arrested at Mall of America incident

Two Duluth women were arrested at the Mall of America in Bloomington on New Year’s Eve while attempting to stage an American Indian round dance at the mall. The women -- Patricia Shepard and Reyna Crow – are part of the Indian rights group Idle No More, which has conducted events to protest state wolf hunts, mining projects and other issues, but said Tuesday’s event was not a protest. The women were arrested after holding a press...

 
 News    January 2, 2014

"Mall of America" to Native Americans: Happy New Year; You Are Under Arrest

Idle No More organizers Patricia Shepard and Reyna Crow were arrested on New Year’s Eve after entering the Mall of America following a press conference they held outside of the massive shopping center in Bloomington, Minn. Their arrests came exactly one year after last year’s New Year’s Eve Idle No More round dance at the Mall, in which nearly a thousand Native people and allies flooded the vestibule near the entrance to Sears, drumming...

 
 Features    January 2, 2014

Thanks for the Laughs: 8 Must-Watch Clips of the Late Charlie Hill

Standup comedian Charlie Hill lost his battle with lymphoma yesterday morning. But as Indian country mourns a pioneering performer, it's also important to remember what he was all about: laughter. As the "first" Native comedian -- Hill himself pointed out that Will Rogers and Jonathan Winters were more deserving of the title -- he made a lot of American Indians laugh over a career that stretches back to the 1970s. In fact, he made everyone...

 

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