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 By Gerald Auginash    News    October 21, 2014

Indigenous People's Day Celebration held at the MAIC in Minneapolis - P10

Indigenous People's Day Celebration held at the MAIC in Minneapolis on Monday, October 13, 2014....

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    October 21, 2014

Indigenous People's Day Celebration held at the MAIC in Minneapolis - P11

Indigenous People's Day Celebration held at the MAIC in Minneapolis on Monday, October 13, 2014....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    October 21, 2014

Red Lake Nation 1st Annual Fall Fun Festival held in Red Lake - P35

The Red Lake Nation held its 1st Annual Fall Fun Festival on Saturday afternoon, September 28, 2014, in Red Lake. This event featured basketball tournaments, skate board competitions, volleyball tournaments, a tug-of-war competition, potato dance, face painting, big foot races, musical chairms, cake walk, gunny sack races, a dunk tank, tricycle races and more. A feast also took place in the...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    October 21, 2014

Red Lake Nation 1st Annual Fall Fun Festival held in Red Lake - P36

The Red Lake Nation held its 1st Annual Fall Fun Festival on Saturday afternoon, September 28, 2014, in Red Lake. This event featured basketball tournaments, skate board competitions, volleyball tournaments, a tug-of-war competition, potato dance, face painting, big foot races, musical chairms, cake walk, gunny sack races, a dunk tank, tricycle races and more. A feast also took place in the...

 
 By Zach Kayser    News    October 20, 2014 

Franken campaigns in Red Lake, White Earth

RED LAKE -- U.S. Senator Al Franken, D-Minn., along with Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., visited two northern Minnesota American Indian reservations on Sunday. In Red Lake on Sunday, Franken and Tester met with the Tribal Council, followed by a brief campaign meet-and-greet for Franken, who is being challenged by businessman Mike McFadden. Tester is chair of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs....

 
 By Crystal Dey    News    October 20, 2014 

Woman enters guilty plea in meth trafficking case

BEMIDJI -- A Minneapolis woman who attempted to bring methamphetamine to the Red Lake Indian Reservation pleaded guilty Tuesday in Beltrami County District Court to a felony drug sale charge. Delisha Rae Rodriguez, 25, is charged with felony first-degree drug sale, which carries a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine. Rodriguez was arrested in May when she and two men were en route from Minneapolis to Red Lake with 43...

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

RED LAKE PHARMACY TO PARTICIPATE IN PHARMACY WEEK

Red Lake Hospital will be observing Pharmacy Week October 20-24, 2014. The goal of the week is to promote the vital role pharmacists and pharmacy technicians play in providing you safe and effective medication therapy. Red Lake Pharmacy employs thirteen highly trained pharmacists and eight skilled pharmacy technicians. Many of our patients are not aware of what pharmacy staff does. The practice...

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

IHS addresses data breach by contract physician at three facilities

On August 25, 2014, the Indian Health Service (IHS) Bemidji Area determined that a physician employed by a staffing company under contract with the IHS had improperly accessed protected health information from three IHS facilities. The three facilities affected are the Fort Yates Service Unit in the IHS Great Plains Area, the Cass Lake Service Unit in the IHS Bemidji Area, and the Crow Service Unit in the IHS Billings Area. The data breach...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    October 20, 2014 

Indigenous People's Day Celebration held at the MAIC in Minneapolis - P8

Indigenous People's Day Celebration held at the MAIC in Minneapolis on Monday, October 13, 2014....

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    October 20, 2014 

Indigenous People's Day Celebration held at the MAIC in Minneapolis - P9

Indigenous People's Day Celebration held at the MAIC in Minneapolis on Monday, October 13, 2014....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    October 20, 2014 

Red Lake Nation 1st Annual Fall Fun Festival held in Red Lake - P33

The Red Lake Nation held its 1st Annual Fall Fun Festival on Saturday afternoon, September 28, 2014, in Red Lake. This event featured basketball tournaments, skate board competitions, volleyball tournaments, a tug-of-war competition, potato dance, face painting, big foot races, musical chairms, cake walk, gunny sack races, a dunk tank, tricycle races and more. A feast also took place in the...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    October 20, 2014 

Red Lake Nation 1st Annual Fall Fun Festival held in Red Lake - P34

The Red Lake Nation held its 1st Annual Fall Fun Festival on Saturday afternoon, September 28, 2014, in Red Lake. This event featured basketball tournaments, skate board competitions, volleyball tournaments, a tug-of-war competition, potato dance, face painting, big foot races, musical chairms, cake walk, gunny sack races, a dunk tank, tricycle races and more. A feast also took place in the...

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

Body found in Mahnomen County

The body of an unidentified man was found in Thursday afternoon in the village of Naytahwaush, Minn. Mahnomen County Sheriff’s Department said the body was found shortly after 5:50 p.m., Thursday. The body was taken to the Grand Forks County coroner’s office to determine a positive identification and cause of death, according to the report. The sheriff’s office did not speculate as to whether or not the body could be that of 31-year-old...

 
 By Crystal Dey    News    October 20, 2014 

Cass Lake man sentenced in kidnapping case

BELTRAMI COUNTY -- A Cass Lake man was sentenced to eight years in prison for kidnapping and false imprisonment, but will only spend 321 days in the Beltrami County Jail. Robert Joseph Jones, 33, was convicted Wednesday in Beltrami County District Court on two counts of felony kidnapping and two counts of false imprisonment. Jones was sentenced to eight years in the Minnesota Correctional...

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

Cass Lake man injured in rollover

BEMIDJI -- A Cass Lake man was injured in a rollover Thursday night near Walker, Minn. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the accident occurred at about 11 p.m. on State Highway 371 at the Long Bow Trail. Leland Jones, 24, was traveling north on Highway 371 in a 2006 Chrysler minivan when he left the road to the east and rolled. There were no passengers in the vehicle. Jones suffered non-life-threatening injuries, the patrol said, and was...

 
 By Crystal Dey    News    October 20, 2014 

Walker man starts Beltrami County Jail cell on fire

BEMIDJI -- A Walker man is facing felony arson charges after he lit his shirt and a mattress on fire in the Beltrami County Jail. George Skye Tikayne, 20, was arrested for violating conditions of his probation for a second-degree burglary conviction and underage consumption of alcohol on Oct. 6. Tikayne was booked into the Beltrami County Jail and placed in a holding cell. At approximately 5 p.m., he began kicking and pounding on the cell door,...

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

Bagley man pleads guilty to drug sale

BAGLEY -- The last of five people arrested in a methamphetamine and pharmaceutical drug bust in Bagley has pleaded guilty to felony drug sale charges. The arrests began in January and ended in April....

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

SAG-AFTRA Statement on the Death of Actor and Member Misty

SAG-AFTRA joins the entertainment and Native American communities in mourning the death of actor and member Misty Upham. “I was very sorry to hear of the tragic death of Misty Upham. Like her family, friends and fans, I hoped she would be found safe, and the untimely death of someone so young and talented is heartbreaking,” said SAG-AFTRA President Ken Howard. “My sincerest condolences go out to all her loved ones.” Upham was nominated,...

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

Minnesota schools scramble to catch up on computer coding classes

The students in Kirsten Lunzer’s fourth-grade class watch as Codey the Troll crosses their computer screen, guided by the program they wrote to leap obstacles and collect blue jelly beans....

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

Mexican federal police assume control of 13 municipalities linked to cartels, missing students

MEXICO CITY — Security officials say federal police have taken control of 13 municipalities in southern Mexico where local police are suspected of possible links to organized crime and the case of 43 missing students....

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

Cruise ship carrying health care worker being monitored for Ebola returns to Galveston, Texas

GALVESTON, Texas — A cruise ship carrying a Dallas health care worker who was being monitored for Ebola returned to port Sunday after an eventful seven-day trip in which passengers had their vacations briefly disrupted with an infectious disease scare....

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

AP Investigation: Nazi war crime suspects collected millions of dollars in US Social Security

OSIJEK, Croatia — Former Auschwitz guard Jakob Denzinger lived the American dream. His plastics company in the Rust Belt town of Akron, Ohio, thrived. By the late 1980s, he had acquired the trappings of success: a Cadillac DeVille and a Lincoln Town Car, a lakefront home, investments in oil and real estate....

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

Inquiry Into Missing And Murdered Aboriginal Women Gains Support From Public Health Association

OTTAWA - The Canadian Public Health Association is joining a growing chorus of calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women....

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

Indian schools struggle with decayed buildings, poverty

WINSLOW, Ariz. — On a desert outpost miles from the closest paved road, Navajo students at the Little Singer Community School gleefully taste traditional fry bread during the school’s heritage week....

 
 News    October 20, 2014 

Landmark settlement and new law are victories for tribal sovereignty

The U.S. government recently agreed to pay the Navajo Nation $554 million in the largest settlement ever to a Native American tribe. Coming on the heels of several other multimillion-dollar settlements with other tribes, the agreement is a landmark for government accountability and tribal sovereignty....

 

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