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Articles from the January 12, 2012 edition

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Red Lake Recreation Fitness Center now open for business

The Grand Opening of the Red Lake Recreation Fitness Center was held on Wednesday, January 11, 2012. Located at the Red Lake Humanities Center, the new center has quite an impressive selection of exercise equipment from the latest in threadmills to a large assortment of dumbbells and everything else in between. According to Ron...

 

Red Lake Recreation Fitness Center now open for business - P2

The Grand Opening of the Red Lake Recreation Fitness Center was held on Wednesday, January 11, 2012. Located at the Red Lake Humanities Center, the new center has quite an impressive selection of exercise equipment from the latest in threadmills to a large assortment of dumbbells and everything else in between. According to Ron...

 

Red Lake Recreation Fitness Center now open for business - P3

The Grand Opening of the Red Lake Recreation Fitness Center was held on Wednesday, January 11, 2012. Located at the Red Lake Humanities Center, the new center has quite an impressive selection of exercise equipment from the latest in threadmills to a large assortment of dumbbells and everything else in between. According to Ron...

 

Sex crime leads to 3-year sentence for Red Lake man

A 22-year-old Red Lake man was sentenced Wednesday for sexually abusing a minor female while on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. In Duluth, U.S. District Court Chief Judge Michael J. Davis sentenced Byron Keith Kingbird, Jr., to three years in prison for sexual abuse of a minor. Kingbird pleaded guilty last Sept. 8 and admitted that he assaulted the girl, whose was between the...

 

Science Fair held at Red Lake High School

A Science Fair was held at Red Lake High School on Wednesday, July 11, 2012. The results of the RLHS Science Fair. The 9th Grade science students of Mr. Rogers completed science fair projects as part of their class assignment. Over 20 projects were presented ranging from a working model of a hovercraft, a demonstration of what...

 

Science Fair held at Red Lake High School - P2

A Science Fair was held at Red Lake High School on Wednesday, July 11, 2012. The results of the RLHS Science Fair. The 9th Grade science students of Mr. Rogers completed science fair projects as part of their class assignment. Over 20 projects were presented ranging from a working model of a hovercraft, a demonstration of what...

 

Science Fair held at Red Lake High School - P3

A Science Fair was held at Red Lake High School on Wednesday, July 11, 2012. The results of the RLHS Science Fair. The 9th Grade science students of Mr. Rogers completed science fair projects as part of their class assignment. Over 20 projects were presented ranging from a working model of a hovercraft, a demonstration of what...

 

Police investigating man found dead outside Bemidji's Sanford Center

Bemidji police are investigating a man who was found dead in a drainage ditch outside the Sanford Center at 4:51 p.m. Tuesday. Police Chief Mike Mastin said the cause of death is not known at this time and will not be until results from the autopsy, which is scheduled for Thursday, are released. The autopsy is expected to be handled by a doctor from Sanford Bemidji Medical...

 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUPPORT - Seven Clans Casinos –Red Lake, MN

** POSITION OPENING ** INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUPPORT RATE OF PAY: Depending upon experience LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Red Lake, MN OPENS: January 03, 2012 CLOSES: January 17, 2012 POSITION OBJECTIVES Under the general supervision of the Manager of Information Systems is responsible to assist with computer hardware and...

 
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Walleye Benefit Dinner For JolieAna Dawn Cobenais

Thursday, January 12th Starting at 10:30 a.m. At the Red Lake Center $7.00 Walleye Potato Salad Baked Beans Wild Rice Homemade Biscuit Dessert For delivery call 679-3221 Proceeds will go to help Jo and Josh with financial expenses while JolieAna is in the hospital @ the U. of M....

 
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Red Lake Political Education Committee Meeting - Thurs. Jan. 19, 2012

Quarterly Meeting Agenda Tribal Library @ 12:00pm Thursday, January 19, 2012 ********************************************************************* 1. Eat & Greet 2. Additions/Deletions 3. Approve Minutes 4. Treasurer’s Report 5. Election 6. Media Campaign 8. Set next meeting date 9. Adjourn...

 

Beltrami Electric Now Accepting Youth Tour Applications

Beltrami Electric Cooperative is once again accepting applications for its fun-­filled 2012 Youth Tour, an all-­expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., June 16-­‐21. Each year the cooperative sponsors one high school junior whose parent or guardian is a member of Beltrami Electric Cooperative. The successful candidate will join hundreds of other high school cooperative...

 

NCAI Encouraged by Appointment of Muñoz as Director of White House Domestic Policy Council

Washington, DC – The nation’s oldest and largest American Indian and Alaska Native advocacy organization, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), has issued a statement welcoming the appointment of Cecilia Muñoz as Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council. “As Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, Cecilia Muñoz led unprecedented engagement with...

 
 By Anne Williams    News    January 12, 2012

Man accused in baby assault gives multiple accounts

A man charged with assaulting his 3-month-old daughter told investigators three different accounts of events leading to her injuries, court papers filed Wednesday state. Court records state the man, Roger Darrin Warner of Laporte, initially told law enforcement the girl fell from a bed. Warner then said he dropped the girl in...

 
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Local Indian Council meeting tonight

The Bemidji Local Indian Council, which serves Leech Lake Band of Objibwe members living west of the reservation boundary in the Bemidji area, will have its regular meeting 6-7:30 p.m. tonight at the Oshki Manidoo Center in Bemidji. Agenda items include a special election for a representative vacancy and the approved Bemidji voting precinct. The council is focuses on Leech...

 

Winter gas bills get a warmer welcome this year

Many Minnesota households are seeing big declines in heating bills, the result of falling natural gas prices and a mild winter....

 

Dayton unveils $775M jobs bill

Gov. Mark Dayton wants to spend millions of dollars to get thousands of Minnesotans back to work....

 

Plenty of planets

The more astronomers look for other worlds, the more they find that it's a crowded and crazy cosmos. They think planets easily outnumber stars in our galaxy, and they're even finding them in the strangest of places....

 

Northern Gateway pipeline: benefits vs. concerns

What is the Northern Gateway? The Northern Gateway project is a proposal by Canadian oil and gas company Enbridge to build two pipelines stretching 1,177-km between the Alberta oilsands and the West Coast. The Northern Gateway would have the capacity to transport 525,000 barrels of oil per day....

 

Federal Circuit reinstates trust claim in Wyoming tribes' case

Two Wyoming tribes will be able to pursue another trust mismanagement claim after winning a decision from the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday....

 

Banishments have roots in traditional FN governance

The idea of banishment got a lot of attention last week when an Alberta First Nation voted to kick criminals off the reserve....

 

Would Hobbema reserve's gang evictions be legal?

A recently adopted bylaw allowing residents to be evicted from an Alberta First Nation if enough people deem them a danger to the community has some asking just how much leeway reserves have in passing their own laws....

 

Acting chairman named in Indian community

TRENTON - A temporary chairman has been installed at the Trenton Indian Service Area here, following the death last week of its previous chairman....

 

Tribe head urges volunteerism

ONAMIA — “We can do more” was the message of Marge Anderson, chief executive of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, in her annual address to band members Tuesday. She spoke to a crowd of 1,200 people at the 2012 State of the Band Address at Grand Casino Mille Lacs, according to a news release from the tribe....

 

FBI awards Blackfeet initiative that aims to curb harmful effects of alcohol in Indian country

BROWNING — A homegrown initiative to fight the harmful effects of alcohol here received recognition from the Federal Bureau of Investigation in a well-attended ceremony that highlighted a local group's accomplishments after years of work....

 

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