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 News    June 22, 2017 

Red Lake Band's Mino-bimaadiziwin awarded $2,718,591 from City of Minneapolis,

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians' Mino-bimaadiziwin was awarded $2,718,591 from the City of Minneapolis on Friday, June 16, 2017, one of the largest Affordable Housing Trust awards ever approved. The Red Lake Band are proposing to develop a 109-unit mixed use development adjacent to the Franklin Avenue Metro Blue line LRT station at 2105 Cedar Avenue South, the former Amble Warehouse site. Mino-bimaadiziwin (an Ojibwe phrase meaning "the good life",) will offer efficiences, one, two and thr...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Lost fisherman found on Red Lake - P2

RED LAKE INDIAN RESERVATION - On Saturday, June 17, 2017, the Red Lake Police Department stated in a post on their Facebook page: We'd like to thank the citizens of the Red Lake Nation for coming out to help with the lake search today. Your showing up and stepping up to help your community and fellow citizen was and is empowering. While at this time, we were unable to recover the missing person, the search will continue until he is found. We will strive to keep the community updated as often as...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

Community Engagement Meeting held in Redby

REDBY - Another Community Engagement Meeting was held in Redby on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 6 PM. This meeting was about Citizen Rights and Responsibilities. After a presentation on the rights and responsibilities of local citizens, discussions were held and participants voiced their thoughts on the subject. More meetings like this one are planned for June 26th in Minneapolis, June 28th at the Ponemah Boys and Girls Club, and June 29th at the Red Lake Humanities Center. htt...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Bemidji Pioneer: Redby man pleads guilty to sex crime

BEMIDJI -- A Redby man accused of arranging to meet and have sex with a person he thought was a child pleaded guilty to a felony Tuesday. Gary Lee Cobenais, 43, initially pleaded not guilty in May to one count of engaging in electronic communication relating to or describing sexual conduct with a child. Cobenais changed his plea Tuesday and admitted to the crime. http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/news/local/4286939-redby-man-pleads-guilty-sex-crime...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Annual Spring Fling held in Redby - P4

The Redby Community Annual Spring Fling was held in Redby on Saturday, June 17, 2017. The Redby Community Coordinators & Redby Community Board would like to thank all the volunteers who worked and brought food to the the 2017 Spring Fling BBQ Contest that was held at the Art Thunder Memorial Ballpark this past Saturday June 17th. We had 470 registered for the event 7 registered for the BBQ contest and 28 in total registered for the tug a war challenge which Team 7 Clans won Red Lake Food...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

7 Clans-Thief River Powwow held over the weekend - P9

7 Clans-Thief River Powwow held over the weekend Winners in the 3rd Annual Darren "Scruff" Cook Sr. Memorial Singing Contest. 1st - Motown 2nd- Midnite Express 3rd - Smokey Town 4th - Black Otter All other winners follow this link: http://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2017/06/13/news/2017-seven-clans-pow-wow-winners/61554.html...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

7 Clans-Thief River Powwow held over the weekend - Set 2 - P9

7 Clans-Thief River Powwow held over the weekend Winners in the 3rd Annual Darren "Scruff" Cook Sr. Memorial Singing Contest. 1st - Motown 2nd- Midnite Express 3rd - Smokey Town 4th - Black Otter All other winners follow this link: http://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2017/06/13/news/2017-seven-clans-pow-wow-winners/61554.html...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

2017 Red Lake High School Graduation - P14

The 2017 Red Lake High School graduation took place on Saturday, June 3, 2017 in Red Lake. Graduates: Elizabeth S. Barrett Drew Beth Barron Anthony J. Beaulieu Robert Duane Beaulieu, III Bryleigh Marie Brun Dariun A. Caldwell Eileen Cloud Jamie A. Cook Dominique Mya Dickenson Stanley Charles Donnell Austin C. French Audrey Joy Graves Jamie Rae Lynn Jones Dylan Samuel Lussier, Jr. Alise Cera May Violet Marie May Robert V. McClain Jr. Willian Morrison Jr. Tyler James Neadeau Cathleen Lynsey...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

145 students graduate from RLES Kindergarten classes - P26

On Thursday, June 1, 2017, there were 145 students that graduated from 8 kindergarten classes at the Early Childhood Center in Red Lake....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

2017 Red Lake High School Graduation - Set 2 - P14

The 2017 Red Lake High School graduation took place on Saturday, June 3, 2017 in Red Lake. Graduates: Elizabeth S. Barrett Drew Beth Barron Anthony J. Beaulieu Robert Duane Beaulieu, III Bryleigh Marie Brun Dariun A. Caldwell Eileen Cloud Jamie A. Cook Dominique Mya Dickenson Stanley Charles Donnell Austin C. French Audrey Joy Graves Jamie Rae Lynn Jones Dylan Samuel Lussier, Jr. Alise Cera May Violet Marie May Robert V. McClain Jr. Willian Morrison Jr. Tyler James Neadeau Cathleen Lynsey...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

Red Lake Elementary School 2017 Pow Wow held in Red Lake - Set 2 - P16

The Red Lake Elementary School 2017 Pow Wow was held in Red Lake on Wednesday, May 31, 2017....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

Red Lake Elementary School 2017 Pow Wow held in Red Lake - P16

The Red Lake Elementary School 2017 Pow Wow was held in Red Lake on Wednesday, May 31, 2017....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

Red Lake Nation College Annual Pow Wow held in Red Lake - P19

The Red Lake Nation College Annual Pow Wow held in Red Lake on Saturday, May 27, 2017....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

Red Lake Elementary School Activity Day held on Thursday, May 25, 2017 - P20

Red Lake Elementary School Activity Day held on Thursday, May 25, 2017....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 22, 2017 

2017 Ponemah School Pow Wow held on May 19, 2017 - P24

2017 Ponemah School Pow Wow held on May 19, 2017 Congrats to the Ponemah School 2017~2018 Ponemah School Royalty, also. Brave: Cade Dow Princess: Shia Donnell They are the first-ever brother/sister Ponemah School Brave and Princess Royalty!...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Memphis schools to lose federal dollars over who is considered poor

Shelby County Schools will lose $5 million in federal funding that provides extra dollars for high-poverty schools and districts, affecting about 11 schools in all next year. That’s about 8 percent of the district’s Title I funding, and will mean the loss of some staff positions at three schools and decreased discretionary funding at eight others. http://www.chalkbeat.org/posts/tn/2017/06/20/memphis-schools-to-lose-federal-dollars-over-who-is-considered-poor/...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

L.A. Unified approves more spending and layoffs

Faced with mounting costs and declining enrollment, the Los Angeles Unified School District board approved a $7.5-billion budget Tuesday that will increase spending and lay off more than 100 library aides, clerks and other support staff next school year. The layoffs represent a growing acknowledgement by district officials that the nation’s second-largest school district has to downsize, adjusting to the reality of population loss caused by falling birth rates, gentrification and competition from charter schools. Supt. Michelle King’s...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Which Countries Spend the Most on Early-Childhood Education?

Norway and Sweden spent nearly 2 percent of their gross domestic product on early-childhood programs and education in 2013, while the United States spent 0.4 percent—well below the 0.8 average of all of the countries included in an analysis released Wednesday from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. The United States's spending as a percentage of GDP is not included in the graphic taken from the report and embedded below, but the graphic shows the rank of several additional countries. http://blogs.ed...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Some cops complain after being asked they can't march in Twin Cities Pride parade

Twin Cities Pride organizers are asking police officers not to march in the big Minneapolis parade on Sunday in light of the Philando Castile case and continued tension between officers and marginalized communities. After St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez was acquitted Friday in the shooting death of Castile, many who plan to attend the parade voiced their concerns about a police presence, organizers said. http://www.startribune.com/some-cops-complain-after-being-told-they-can-t-march-in-lgbt-pride-parade/430031313/...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

FBI investigating Minnesota man on child porn after Geek Squad tip

FBI agents in Minneapolis have obtained a search warrant to examine the computer hard drive of a Twin Cities man after being alerted by technicians at Best Buy's Geek Squad, who allegedly found child pornography when it was turned in for repairs. The case underscores the FBI's ongoing pursuit of those who victimize children online, but it also arrives amid allegations that the bureau once paid Geek Squad technicians to look for evidence and a national debate on constitutional questions over whether the technicians are serving as government...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

In hosting Winter Olympics, South Korea may ask for help - from North Korea

In a couple of months, South Korea will host the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, about 40 miles from the Demilitarized Zone. The country may ask for a little help, too: from North Korea. This week, the country’s sports minister said that he’ll ask North Korea to host some of the ski events at Masikryong, a resort about three hours from Pyongyang. The complex, opened in 2014, offers 70 miles of slopes on a 4,000-foot mountain. Do Jong-hwan said he’s also considering an inter-Korean women’s ice hockey team, an effort to make the...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Canadian charged in US airport attack investigated as terror

FLINT, Mich. — A Canadian man from Tunisia shouted in Arabic before stabbing a police officer in the neck Wednesday at a Michigan airport, and referenced people being killed overseas during the attack that's now being investigated as an act of terrorism, federal and court officials said. Amor Ftouhi, 49, of Montreal, was immediately taken into custody. A criminal complaint charging him with committing violence at an airport says Ftouhi asked an officer who subdued him why the officer didn't kill him. http://www.startribune...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Study links legalized pot with increase in car crash claims

DENVER — A recent insurance study links increased car crash claims to legalized recreational marijuana. The Highway Loss Data Institute, a leading insurance research group, said in study results released Thursday that collision claims in Colorado, Washington, and Oregon went up 2.7 percent in the years since legal recreational marijuana sales began when compared with surrounding states. Legal recreational pot sales in Colorado began in January 2014, followed six months later in Washington, and in October 2015 in Oregon. ht...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Senate health care draft repeals taxes, provides bigger subsidies for low-income Americans

WASHINGTON – Senate Republicans on Thursday plan to release a health care bill that would curtail federal Medicaid funding, repeal taxes on the wealthy and eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood as part of an effort to fulfill a yearslong promise to undo Barack Obama's signature health care law. The bill is an attempt to strike a compromise between existing law and a bill passed by the House in May as Republicans struggle to advance their vision for the country's health care system even though they now control both Congress and the White...

 
 News    June 22, 2017 

Lethbridge police accused of 'racist' carding practices

Black and Indigenous people in Lethbridge are more likely to be "carded" than others in the Alberta city of 98,000 — a practice described by a local defence lawyer as racist and discriminatory. Miranda Hlady filed a freedom of information request with the Lethbridge Police Service after a family friend wondered why her black son had been stopped by local police and questioned for no apparent reason. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/lethbridge-police-racist-carding-blood-tribe-1.4169754...

 

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