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FATAL HIT AND RUN

The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatal hit and run reported at 4:24 am on 07/31/2013 on Grange Road NW just east of Nature Road. Responding deputies found the deceased , Christopher Lee Strong, 25 of Bemidji, MN, lying in the road at the scene....

 
 By Justin Glawe    News    August 1, 2013

Body found after apparent hit-and-run

BEMIDJI -- Police are investigating the death of a 25-year-old Bemidji man after a newspaper carrier found what authorities said was Christopher Lee Strong's dead body on an Eckles Township road early Wednesday. Leona Steele, who has been delivering The Pioneer for...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2013

Annual 4-Day Run to Mashkawisen begins in Red Lake

At the Red Lake Chemical Health Programs site at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 31, the annual four day run for sobriety and health began in Red Lake, and would finish at the Mash-ka-wisen pow-wow grounds in Fon du Lac on Saturday, August 3. They would run as far as...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2013

Annual 4-Day Run to Mashkawisen begins in Red Lake - P2

At the Red Lake Chemical Health Programs site at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 31, the annual four day run for sobriety and health began in Red Lake, and would finish at the Mash-ka-wisen pow-wow grounds in Fon du Lac on Saturday, August 3. They would run as far as...

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    August 1, 2013

County/State Officials Visit Oshkii-maajitahdah (New Beginnings)

On Thursday, July 11, 2013, officials from the Minnesota Department of Human Services, and Beltrami County visited Oshkii-maajitahdah (New Beginnings) at the request of New Beginnings Director Jerry Loud. Loud had two messages for those gathered, he wanted to...

 
 By Justin Glawe    News    August 1, 2013

Redby man indicted for tire iron attack

MINNEAPOLIS -- A Redby man was indicted last week on several felony assault charges after prosecutors say he beat two victims in their heads with a tire iron. Ryan Devin Ravensborg, 20, was briefly held in Beltrami County Jail before he was transferred to Minneapolis. H...

 
 By Dan Gunderson    News    August 1, 2013

Tribal land causes confusion in Beltrami State Forest

WARROAD — Berry pickers heading to the Beltrami Island State Forest this summer might be surprised to find their favorite blueberry picking spot is off limits. The state forest in north central Minnesota between Bemidji and Warroad is a favorite of berry pickers and hunters. But the forest is dotted with parcels of...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2013

2013 Anishinabe Run for Sobriety begins in Ponemah - P7

At about 1 PM on Monday, July 29, 2013, the Anishinabe Run for Sobriety began at the Ponemah Point. The six-day run, which would coincide with the annual four day run for sobriety and health from Red Lake to Fon du Lac, would take runners through all Red Lake...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2013

2013 Anishinabe Run for Sobriety begins in Ponemah - P8

At about 1 PM on Monday, July 29, 2013, the Anishinabe Run for Sobriety began at the Ponemah Point. The six-day run, which would coincide with the annual four day run for sobriety and health from Red Lake to Fon du Lac, would take runners through all Red Lake...

 

15th Annual Red Lake Nation Youth Foundation Golf Tournament - P10

15th Annual Red Lake Nation Youth Foundation Golf Tournament held on Friday, July 26 - Sunday, July 28, 2013....

 

15th Annual Red Lake Nation Youth Foundation Golf Tournament - P11

15th Annual Red Lake Nation Youth Foundation Golf Tournament held on Friday, July 26 - Sunday, July 28, 2013...

 

Ground Breaking Ceremony held for New Red Lake Government Center and Red Lake Nation College - P15

RED LAKE, Minn ., July 25 – Red Lake Tribal Nation Chairman Jourdain Jr. and other Tribal Nation leaders welcomed USDA Rural Development State Director Colleen Landkamer today to break ground with local, state, and national officials on a project that will result in...

 

Ground Breaking Ceremony held for New Red Lake Government Center and Red Lake Nation College - P16

RED LAKE, Minn ., July 25 – Red Lake Tribal Nation Chairman Jourdain Jr. and other Tribal Nation leaders welcomed USDA Rural Development State Director Colleen Landkamer today to break ground with local, state, and national officials on a project that will result in...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2013

2013 Independence Day Celebration - P23

2013 Independence Day Celebration Saturday Afternoon Session...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2013

2013 Independence Day Celebration - P24

2013 Independence Day Celebration Saturday Afternoon Session...

 
 Events   

Employee Development Workshop at Oshkiimaajitahdah in August

Employee Development Workshop at Oshkiimaajitahdah in August Here is the schedule for the August. All workshops will be held from 10am-3pm. 8/8- Computer Basics 8/15- Financial Skills 8/22- Generations in the Workplace 8/29 Customer Service Please contact me by email...

 

Property Taxes Projected to Decrease Thanks to New State Budget

July 31, 2013 - St Paul, Minnesota — Yesterday, the Minnesota Department of Revenue released new information showing property taxes are projected to decrease for the first time since 2002, thanks to the new state budget. Increased aid to local governments, sales tax exemptions for cities and counties, and direct...

 

Lana Smith

Lana Smith August 26, 1958 - Monday, July 29, 2013 Lana M. Smith, age 54, of Minneapolis Journeyed to the Spirit World on Monday, July 29, 2013 at Providence Place. She was born on August 26, 1958 in Redby, Minnesota the daughter of Patrick Lloyd Parkhurst and Dixie Lee Boswell. Lana was formerly employed as a...

 

Ill. governor to sign bill legalizing medical marijuana, will focus on veterans

CHICAGO — After months of keeping his decision-making close to the vest, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is set to sign legislation Thursday that will make the state the 20th in the nation to legalize marijuana for medical use....

 

Raise your own bees through a University of Minnesota program

Becky Masterman looks as if she’s contemplating a work of art....

 

ICU patients may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder

When Lygia Dunsworth was sedated, intubated and strapped down in the intensive care unit at a hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, she was racked by paranoid hallucinations:...

 

NARF files civil rights suit on Baby Veronica's behalf

WASHINGTON – The Native American Rights Fund filed a complaint on July 31 in the U.S. District Court in South Carolina to protect the civil rights of Veronica Brown, a Cherokee Nation citizen who the suit alleges has been denied due process in the South Carolina courts....

 

Another tribal camp slated to start up in Penokees

Even as Iron County seeks to evict people at the Lac Courte Oreilles Harvest Camp, the Bad River Band of Ojibwe says it will start a camp of its own, also in the Penokees....

 

SD board defers stand on Indian voting stations

PIERRE, S.D. — A state panel declined Wednesday to go on record as supporting a plan to set up satellite voter registration and absentee voting offices on three American Indian reservations in South Dakota. Read more here: http://www.adn.com/2013/07/31/3001522/sd-board-defers-stand-on-indian.html#...

 

Government should respect Native American sovereignty

I commend The Hill for spotlighting the effort to ensure voting rights for Native Americans in Montana (The Hill, Jordy Yager, 07/16/13). As a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, I've been fighting my entire career to protect Native American sovereignty and help ensure that local, state and federal governments...

 

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