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 By Michael Barrett    News    December 19, 2014 

Parent Teacher Conferences held at RLHS and RLMS

Parent teacher conferences were held at the Red Lake High School and Red Lake Middle School on Thursday, December 18, 2014....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 19, 2014 

Parent Teacher Conferences held at RLHS and RLMS - P2

Parent teacher conferences were held at the Red Lake High School and Red Lake Middle School on Thursday, December 18, 2014....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 19, 2014 

St. Mary's Christmas Program 2014; The Story of Baby Jesus

On Thursday, December 18, 2014, St. Mary's Mission School held their annual Christmas Program. This year's program was The Story of Baby Jesus....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 19, 2014 

St. Mary's Christmas Program 2014; The Story of Baby Jesus - P2

On Thursday, December 18, 2014, St. Mary's Mission School held their annual Christmas Program. This year's program was The Story of Baby Jesus....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 19, 2014 

Red Lake Elementary School Holiday Program - P3

The Red Lake Elementary School held their Holiday Program on Tuesday, December 17, 2014 to a standing-room-only house, just as it had in the previous year. Students from grades 1-5 performed a variety of holiday selections which ran from 1 PM to about 2 PM....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 19, 2014 

Red Lake Elementary School Holiday Program - P4

The Red Lake Elementary School held their Holiday Program on Tuesday, December 17, 2014 to a standing-room-only house, just as it had in the previous year. Students from grades 1-5 performed a variety of holiday selections which ran from 1 PM to about 2 PM....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 19, 2014 

Ponemah School Holiday Music Program - P5

The Ponemah School held their annual Holiday Music Program on Tuesday, December 16, 2014. Performances included selections by the Red Lake High School Band to begin the program, followed by the Kindergarten through 5th Grade classes....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 19, 2014 

Ponemah School Holiday Music Program - P6

The Ponemah School held their annual Holiday Music Program on Tuesday, December 16, 2014. Performances included selections by the Red Lake High School Band to begin the program, followed by the Kindergarten through 5th Grade classes....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Autopsy results reveal cause of BSU student's death

BEMIDJI -- Hypothermia appears to be the cause of a BSU student’s death last week, according to preliminary autopsy results, Bemidji police said Thursday....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Cass Lake man enters guilty plea in shooting

BEMIDJI -- A Cass Lake man charged with felony assault and possession of an assault weapon has pleaded guilty in Beltrami County District Court. Dwight Thomas Jones, 38, is charged with one count of second-degree assault and one count of possession of a pistol/assault weapon for his part in a shooting crime in September near Cass Lake. He entered guilty pleas to both charges on Dec. 8. Cory J. Walter Jones, 26, of Cass Lake was also arrested in...

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Blue Cross Foundation Awards $4.3 Million in 2014

EAGAN, Minn. (Dec. 18, 2014) - The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation awarded $4.3 million in 2014 in support of its mission to advance health equity and improve conditions where people live, learn, work and play. A total of 54 organizations received grants in the following areas: Social connectedness $730,000 Health equity $623,644 Early childhood development $723,054 Access to coverage $1,793,926 Employee giving match $410,072...

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Department of the Interior Announces Final Rule for Land into Trust for Alaska Native Tribes

WASHINGTON, DC – As part of President Obama’s commitment to upholding the nation’s trust responsibilities to American Indian and Alaska Natives, Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn today announced a final rule that will allow the Department of the Interior to accept land into trust for federally recognized Alaska tribes. Previously, Interior regulations allowed tribal nations in the continental United States to seek to p...

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

First Nations Development Institute Receives $50,000 Grant from Agua Fund, Inc.

LONGMONT, Colorado (Dec. 18, 2014) – First Nations Development Institute (*First Nations* [ http://www.firstnations.org ]), a national Native American nonprofit organization that works to improve Native economies and communities, has been awarded a $50,000 grant from *Agua Fund, Inc.* [ http://www.aguafund.org ] of Washington, D.C., for a project under First Nations' Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative (NAFSI). The grant will allow...

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

St. Paul swears in nation's first Karen police officer

When you are the first member of your community, your culture, to become something as quintessentially American as a police officer, well, you might be a little cautious about tooting your own horn....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Listeriosis outbreak linked to caramel apples kills two in Minnesota

State health officials warned residents Thursday night about a multistate outbreak of listeriosis linked to eating caramel apples that has led to the deaths of two people in Minnesota....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Flu spikes in Minn. schools; hospitals see more cases

Minnesota schools reported a surge in outbreaks of flu-like illness last week — to levels not seen since the 2009 H1N1 epidemic — and another 60 people were hospitalized, according to weekly flu figures released Thursday by the Minnesota Department of Health....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

http://www.startribune.com/lifestyle/health/286245221.html

A memo released last week by the Justice Department said it would allow marijuana to be grown and sold on Indian reservations. But local tribal leaders weren’t interested in pursuing the option....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Why Indian Reservations Won't Be Marijuana Wonderlands Anytime Soon

The Department of Justice announced last week it would no longer enforce federal marijuana laws on Native lands, which theoretically opened the door for tribes to pass the same sort of progressive pot legislation that some states have. But some are asking why the DOJ took that step when it's not clear that the tribes themselves want to legalize the stuff....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

State Rep. Albert Hale had gin in his coffee, the arrest report shows

Former Navajo Nation President and current Arizona State Rep. Albert Hale was pulled over last month for driving while intoxicated to the slightest degree by AZDPS....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Oglala Sioux Tribe inaugurates new leadership

MANDERSON –– “Cante tiza, blihiciya, na wocunze” were some of the Lakota words of wisdom shared with the newly elected officials of the Oglala Sioux Tribe at their inaugural ceremony in Manderson, Friday, Dec. 12 at the Wounded Knee School gym....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Judge sentences woman from Spirit Lake Indian Reservation to 8 months on child neglect charge

FARGO, North Dakota — A woman accused of child abuse on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation has been sentenced to eight months in prison....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Lac du Flambeau Band passes per capita payment referendums

Yesterday the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa held a referendum election with each question passing easily....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Tribal court invalidates Chippewa Cree election

The Chippewa Cree Tribal Court has invalidated a recent election after it was discovered a non-tribal member was allowed to vote in the election....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Band constable haunted by baby he couldn't save

A man who crawled through a window to rescue a toddler from a burning home on a remote Manitoba First Nation says he's still haunted by the baby he wasn't able to save....

 
 News    December 19, 2014 

Hoopa Schools Closed Friday Following Tribal Member's Fatal Altercation With CHP

Details are still scant on this morning's traffic collission-turned-conflict in which a suspect was fatally shot by a California Highway Patrol officer after allegedly attacking the officer with a deadly weapon. The following press release from the Hoopa Valley Tribe identifies the deceased as a tribal member:...

 

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