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Articles from the September 12, 2012 edition

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Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener

Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener...

 

Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener P2

Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener P2...

 

Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener P3

Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener P3...

 

Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener P4

Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener P4...

 

Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener P5

Red Lake JV Edges Cass Lake 12-6 in Season Opener P5...

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy Annual Picnic of September 8, 2012 - P5

Red Lake Nation Embassy Annual Picnic of September 8, 2012 - P5...

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy Annual Picnic of September 8, 2012 - P6

Red Lake Nation Embassy Annual Picnic of September 8, 2012 - P6...

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy Annual Picnic of September 8, 2012 - P7

Red Lake Nation Embassy Annual Picnic of September 8, 2012 - P7...

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy Annual Picnic of September 8, 2012 - P8

Red Lake Nation Embassy Annual Picnic of September 8, 2012 - P8...

 

Red Lake Hospital: IPC - Improving Patient Care

IPC - Improving Patient Care - 679-3912 ext. 269 Indian Health Service Announcement from the IHS Director: We are working on clarifying how our Improving Patient Care (IPC) initiative will contribute to helping us improve the quality of and access to care in IHS. I...

 

Memorial Unity Ride: Spirit Lake to Red Lake Honors Victims and Families of Tragedy

It was with a heavy heart that Henry Skywater (Dakota) began his ride. This would be the last such ride — at least for Skywater – who began the rides back in 1993. "I'm getting too old for these long rides" he thought, but when he found himself sitting on the same h...

 

Red Lake DNR 2012 Fall Newsletter - 9/6/12

Red Lake DNR 2012 Fall Newsletter - 9/6/12...

 

Native Vote Launches National Grassroots Media Campaign “Every Native Vote Counts”

The National Congress of American Indians launched a national grassroots media campaign today alongside leading national Native media organizations to encourage Native people to register to vote and participate in the 2012 national election. The new campaign titled...

 

Minnesota Chippewa Begin Evaluating Membership Criteria

Fond du Lac Reservation -- The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe has begun the process of evaluating membership criteria. Right now blood quantum, or the evidence determining Native America decent decides membership. Currently, members of the Chippewa Tribe need one-fourth "Indian blood" to qualify. Now, a new survey is being...

 

Minn. woman loses music downloading appeal

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A federal appeals court has reversed a lower court and says a Minnesota woman who shared songs online owes record companies $222,000 for copyright violations....

 

Lake Winnibigoshish drowning victims identified

BENA - Two men drowned Saturday evening on Lake Winnibigoshish near Bena when their boat capsized in high winds, according to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office. The men were identified Monday evening as William Daley, 43, of Minneapolis and Clarence Dickens, 53, of Princeton, Minn. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office...

 

William Craig Daley

William Craig Daley, 43, of Cass Lake, MN, died Sunday, September 9, 2012 in Bena, MN. . Traditional Funeral Services will be 10:00 am Saturday, September 15, 2012 at the Sugar Point Community Center in Federal Dam, MN with Spiritual Leader Steve Jackson officiating. A...

 

Minnesota's wolves: From hunters to hunted

"What we most feared had happened. Only the fat of the entrails had been eaten. They were already killing for fun.'' -- Sigurd F. Olson, "The Poison Trail.'' Sports Afield, 1930. Now 75 years old and living in Harris, Minn., John Kullgren was a teenager when he shot what he and others believed was a wolf, which he...

 

Ebb of chickenpox has Minn. asking more of schools

Minnesota is intensifying its surveillance of chickenpox in schools, but not because the disease is becoming a bigger problem. Quite the opposite....

 

THE 24 SEVEN – September 12, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – September 12, 2012 Obama campaign trashes '2016' Perhaps the president was hoping "2016: Obama’s America" would ... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=60578&L=24344&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- L.A. library cards may double as debit cards...

 

Editorial: Why isn't there a better flu vaccine?

The appearance of a swine flu strain able to make pigs and people sick prompted a sharp debate in Minnesota and elsewhere this summer over whether to shut down state fair barns....

 

Obama has a lot riding on Chicago strike

For most of his first term, President Obama has managed to have it both ways on education reform....

 

New Video Aims to Mobilize Rural Native Youth to Register to Vote

Sixty-six percent of American Indians and Alaska Natives who were eligible to register to vote in 2008 did so. The other 34 percent—more than 1 million people—did not. There’s a concerted effort to register Native voters in 2012, and make an big impact on Election Day....

 

Edmonton homeless association seeks aboriginal victims for residential school compensation

Time is running out for victims of residential school abuse to claim compensation...

 

Residential school survivor outrage growing over mishandled claims

Emotions ran high for a group of residential school survivors in Cardston, Alta. Clients of Blott and Company want the IAP deadline extended because their files were not handled properly...

 

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