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 By Michael Barrett    News    November 26, 2014 

Fall Festival held at Red Lake High School

A Fall Festival was held at Red Lake High School on Tuesday, November 25, 2014. The event was organized to invite parents of high school students into the school for a meal and other activities, including a rally for the Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors basketball teams....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 26, 2014 

Fall Festival held at Red Lake High School - P2

A Fall Festival was held at Red Lake High School on Tuesday, November 25, 2014. The event was organized to invite parents of high school students into the school for a meal and other activities, including a rally for the Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors basketball teams....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 26, 2014 

Fall Festival held at Red Lake High School - P3

A Fall Festival was held at Red Lake High School on Tuesday, November 25, 2014. The event was organized to invite parents of high school students into the school for a meal and other activities, including a rally for the Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors basketball teams....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 26, 2014 

2014 Red Lake Halloween Activities - P50

2014 Red Lake Halloween Activities - P50...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 26, 2014 

2014 Red Lake Halloween Activities - P51

2014 Red Lake Halloween Activities - P51...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

MARY LAGARDE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE MINNEAPOLIS AMERICAN INDIAN CENTER HONORED BY THE AMERICAN INDIAN STUDENT CULTURAL CENTER

Minneapolis, MN – The American Indian Student Cultural Center at the University of Minnesota recently selected Mary LaGarde, Executive Director of the Minneapolis American Indian Center to be one of the three women recognized at the Honoring American Indian Women Luncheon held on Friday, November 21 at Coffman Union at the University of Minnesota. The Luncheon honors outstanding Native women...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    November 26, 2014 

2014 Red Lake Halloween Activities - P52

2014 Red Lake Halloween Activities - P52...

 
 By Jamie Dean    News    November 26, 2014 

The light of the sun in a dark basement

IN A REMOTE FEEDING tent in famine-stricken Ethiopia in 1984, Congressman Frank Wolf held a dying baby in his arms and had a great awakening in his soul. The Republican from Virginia had been in office less than four years-and had never traveled to an underdeveloped country-when he showed up in Ethiopia and asked the U.S. embassy in Addis Ababa to take him to "the hunger area." Embassy personnel...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Give the Gift of Preparedness this Holiday Season

CHICAGO – With the holidays fast approaching, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region V office encourages everyone to consider giving gifts that will help protect their family members and friends during a future emergency. “A gift to help prepare for emergencies could be life-saving for friends and family,” said FEMA Region V acting regional administrator, Janet Odeshoo. “These gift...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Thanksgiving weekend now most dangerous on Minnesota roads

Thanksgiving holds a more dubious honor than being the best day to gather ’round for a turkey dinner....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

2 FBI agents shot, hurt in St. Louis area; spokeswoman says not directly related to protests

ST. LOUIS — An FBI spokeswoman says two special agents have been shot in St. Louis County and that the incident isn't directly related to the Ferguson protests....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Twin Cities Archdiocese sues insurers, saying firms won't pay abuse claims

The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has hit a major roadblock in its pledge to pay damages to victims of clergy sex abuse: Its insurance companies are refusing to cover the costs....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

AP sources: After tabling similar proposal, Obama to propose a stricter smog standard

WASHINGTON — Coming full circle on a campaign promise, the Obama administration will propose Wednesday to reduce the amount of smog-forming pollution allowed in the air, which has been linked to asthma, lung damage and other health problems....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

U of M study bolsters case for all-day preschool

A new University of Minnesota study showed that Chicago preschoolers enrolled in full-day programs were more prepared for kindergarten than their peers in half-day programs, bolstering the case that more learning time benefits students, particularly low-income, minority children....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Florida high school students ran prostitution ring, charged in cash and liquor, police say

VENICE, Fla. — Students at a Southwest Florida high school told administrators that two teens tried to recruit them into a "prostitution ring" and that one 15-year-old boy had been "pimping out girls," according to an arrest affidavit....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

More than 40 people killed by 2 female suicide bombers in northeastern Nigeria

BAUCHI, Nigeria — The teenage girls entered the busy marketplace separately Tuesday, their vests of explosives hidden beneath their full hijabs....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

US troops back from fighting Ebola find life at base isolation center 'pretty much vacation'

HAMPTON, Va. — With plenty of flat screen TVs, game nights and even an outdoor fire pit, life in isolation for members of the U.S. military who have returned from the Ebola mission in West Africa can look a lot like summer camp....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Enbridge Search for an Indian Whisperer Is a Pipeline Dream

"The Enbridge Corporation has some difficult moccasins to fill." Winona LaDuke of Honor the Earth was explaining the Calgary-based Canadian oil company's recent advert in rural Minnesota newspapers for a "Tribal Relations Specialist." You can view the cached job description here and decide whether you want to laugh or cry regarding Enbridge's misconceptions about Native American culture. Read between the lines and discover an all-out effort to...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Suzan Shown Harjo Receives Presidential Medal of Freedom in White House Ceremony

Suzan Shown Harjo has become known of late for her efforts to get the name of the Washington DC football team changed. Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/11/24/suzan-shown-harjo-receives-presidential-medal-freedom-white-house-ceremony-157992...

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Aboriginal youth tackle jury under-representation at conference

In many First Nations communities across Canada, it’s hard to find a jury of peers for aboriginal legal cases. Some say the under-representation of indigenous people on juries is linked to their over-representation in prisons....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Solomon Uyarasuk inquest: Neighbour called RCMP due to noise

Solomon Uyarasuk's neighbour says he called the RCMP in September 2012 about his drinking neighbours because he didn't want anyone to get hurt....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

South Dakota school raises questions of safe holiday giving

SIOUX FALLS - A South Dakota school's Christmas fundraising packet is raising some eyebrows. The letters are full of sad stories designed to tug at the heart strings and pockets of potential donors....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Shiprock mother distraught after daughter walks out of elementary school unnoticed

SHIPROCK – It was a happy ending to a scary situation for one Shiprock mother after her daughter went missing from a Shiprock elementary school. The mother wants to know why the child was allowed to wander away from the school....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Bad River Indian tribal police car involved in fatal crash

ASHLAND, WI (WTAQ) - Authorities have identified a woman killed in a head-on collision with a tribal squad car near Ashland....

 
 News    November 26, 2014 

Feds investigate suspicious death at Standing Rock

The FBI and Bureau of Indian Affairs are investigating the “suspicious death” of 29-year-old Clay Hagel on Saturday night in Fort Yates on the Standing Rock Reservation....

 

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