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Articles from the January 11, 2012 edition

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Ponemah School Christmas Program 2011 - VIDEO

Ponemah School Christmas Program 2011 - VIDEO...

 

Ponemah School Christmas Program 2011 - P2 VIDEO

Ponemah School Christmas Program 2011 - P2 VIDEO...

 

Ponemah School Christmas Program 2011 - P3 VIDEO

Ponemah School Christmas Program 2011 - P3 VIDEO...

 

Equay Wiigamig Hosts Domestic Violence Conference - VIDEO

Equay Wiigamig Hosts Domestic Violence Conference - VIDEO...

 
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RED LAKE RECREATION FITNESS CENTER GRAND OPENING

*GRAND OPENING* RED LAKE RECREATION FITNESS CENTER *Located at the RL Humanities* Date: January 11, 2012 Time: 9:00am – 9:00pm Monday thru Friday *Come exercise and enjoy the new center* *Towels are available during your work-out!! *Also, bath towels will be available to those who wish to shower after your...

 

Grants & Contracts Accountant - Red Lake Tribal Accounting Department

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Grants & Contracts Accountant Tribal Accounting Department Red Lake, MN 56671 Open Date: January 9, 2012 Closing Date: January 20, 2012 Primary Function: Assist with handling the financial and compliance needs of the Federal and State agency programs. Full-time w/ benefits, reports to Director of Finance....

 

Paul Bunyan Communications Encourages Local Students to Apply for Minnesota Telecom Alliance Foundation Scholarship

(Bemidji, MN) (January 10, 2012) – Paul Bunyan Communications is encouraging current local high school seniors to apply for the Minnesota Telecom Alliance Foundation (MTA) scholarship. If selected, candidates will receive a one-time $2,000.00 scholarship To be eligible, applicants must be attending post-secondary education at...

 
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All Red Lake Nation Districts Tubing and Ski Day - Saturday January 14th, 2012

All Red Lake Nation Districts Tubing and Ski Day Saturday January 14th, 2012 All District members are invited to bring your kids tubing and skiing at Beuna Vista Ski Area. Tubing will be Open to all from 10am to 12pm No limit on the tubing passes If your kids are tubing they must be at least 42 inches tall Skiing registration will also open 10am Skiers will be allowed to ski...

 
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2012 MBA Scholarship Program

The Minnesota Benefit Association has sponsored an annual scholarship program for almost 50 years. During that time, 273 scholarships have been awarded to MBA members and their families. We are proud to continue this program as one of MBA’s many benefits. We want to enable students from communities in every part of Minnesota to continue their education beyond high school. Sch...

 

American Indian wins vacated state House seat in Minneapolis

Minneapolis voters elected the first American Indian woman to the Legislature on Tuesday night in the latest of several special elections. DFL attorney Susan Allen garnered 56 percent of the vote in a contest against Respect candidate Nathan Blumenshine in south Minneapolis, who finished second with 43 percent. They were vying for the House seat vacated by former Rep. Jeff Hayd...

 

Court Administrator - Red Lake Nation Tribal Court

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Court Administrator Red Lake Nation Tribal Court Red Lake, MN 56671 Open Date: January 11, 2012 Closing Date: OPENED UNTIL FILLED Primary Function: To ensure all elements of the court system function effectively and efficiently. Incumbent will have direct supervisory and management responsibility for...

 

DANIEL VINCENT PEIL

Daniel Vincent Peil, age 69 of Lake George, MN entered the loving arms of his Savior, Jesus Christ on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at his home with his loved ones by his side. Dan was born on September 26, 1942 in Superior, WI to Vincent and Alvina (Cook) Peil. His family moved to Milwaukee, WI when Dan was 8. He entered the United...

 

Dr. Annette, member of White Earth Band of Ojibwe, named CEO Of Blandin Foundation

This last December the Blandin Foundation held a banquet in honor of their new President and CEO Dr. Kathleen Annette. The arrival of Dr. Annette, a member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe, as the executive head of the organization marks an important turning point in the organization's history. Founded by Charles K. Blandin,...

 

Minn. nursing home resident had maggots

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A report says a Plymouth nursing home had to retrain its staff after a male resident was found to have foot wounds infested with maggots....

 

Hennepin County: We don’t take Visa anymore

Waiting patiently for his number to be called Tuesday at Hennepin County's downtown Minneapolis service center, Decorrien Bennett looked puzzled when told he couldn't use a Visa card to pay for his title transfer and license....

 

That college degree paid off -- for the schools, not for me

Colleges and universities want your money. They shroud their avarice in flowing gowns and ivory towers, but they are not cradling knowledge so much as they are selling sheepskin....

 

College-age adults average 9 alcoholic beverages when they binge drink, CDC report says

ATLANTA - College-age drinkers average nine drinks when they get drunk, government health officials said Tuesday. That surprising statistic is part of a new report highlighting the dangers of binge drinking, which usually means four to five drinks at a time....

 

Red Lake downs Nevis 61-50

Warriors complete the sweep in Nevis! 7th gr 46-43; 8th 43-26; JV with a come from behind win; and Varsity boys 61-50....

 

Twins make documentary detailing horrors of Indian schools

Beginning in the late 19th century, thousands of children were taken from their parents and put into boarding schools for their entire childhoods....

 

Bill would let Neb. target alcohol problem areas

Advocates fighting alcohol problems in Omaha and the tiny Panhandle town of Whiteclay believe a bill in the Legislature would help curb public drunkenness in both areas, but lobbyists for the alcoholic beverage industry said Tuesday that the proposal was too broad. Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://washingtonexaminer.com/news/2012/01/bill-would-le...

 

Chief hopes more people will come forward to fight crime

Chief Marvin Yellowbird hopes members of his reserve in central Alberta will keep talking with police so more arrests are made in unsolved crimes, just as they have been in the killing of his five-year-old grandson....

 

Postal closure could hurt O'odham voters

The county recorder says the closure of a mail-processing plant in Tucson would harm the voting rights of Native Americans in Pima County. Read more: http://azstarnet.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/postal-closure-could-hurt-o-odham-voters/article_a2d71d07-2a2c-56e5-9767-b5b9e55c45ee.html#ixzz1j9X5b1AW...

 

Native American Vets Worry About Healthcare

Native Americans have fought in every single war the United States has been involved in. Veterans of some of those wars came together in Flandreau to discuss how they're being treated after serving the country....

 

2 other Alaska villages running out of fuel

ANCHORAGE, Alaska - As the world watches a Russian tanker crawl toward Nome, its belly full of gasoline and diesel fuel, two Northwest Alaska villages faced a more immediate need this week....

 

Democrats win big in special elections

Democrats running in special elections for the Minnesota Senate and the Minnesota House won convincingly tonight....

 

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