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Articles from the January 13, 2014 edition

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Warriors Down Cass Lake 83-74

Warriors Down Cass Lake 83-74...

 

Warriors Down Cass Lake 83-74 - P2

Warriors Down Cass Lake 83-74 - P2...

 

Warriors Down Cass Lake 83-74 - P3

Warriors Down Cass Lake 83-74 - P3...

 

Miskwaagamiiwi'zaaga'iganing Gichi-Ojibwemowin Maawanji'idwin

"Whereas The Red Lake Tribal Council is the duly elected governing body of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians; and is the responsibility of the council to promote and protect the health, security and general welfare of Red Lake Nation; and as many Indigenous languages have vanished or are in danger of disappearing if they...

 

Miskwaagamiiwi'zaaga'iganing Gichi-Ojibwemowin Maawanji'idwin - P2

"Whereas The Red Lake Tribal Council is the duly elected governing body of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians; and is the responsibility of the council to promote and protect the health, security and general welfare of Red Lake Nation; and as many Indigenous languages have vanished or are in danger of disappearing if they...

 

Red Lake Girls Looking Strong with 83-35 win over Cass Lake

Red Lake Girls Looking Strong with 83-35 win over Cass Lake...

 

Red Lake Girls Looking Strong with 83-35 win over Cass Lake - P2

Red Lake Girls Looking Strong with 83-35 win over Cass Lake - P2...

 

Red Lake Girls Looking Strong with 83-35 win over Cass Lake - P3

Red Lake Girls Looking Strong with 83-35 win over Cass Lake - P3...

 

New Years Eve Gathering 2013 held in Red Lake - P23

On December 31, 2013, New Years Eve, the Annual New Years Eve Gathering was held at the Red Lake Humanities Center. Facing -24 F. weather, about 300 people showed up for the event which began with a feast of Red Lake walleye and perch at 5 PM, followed by the pow wow grand entry at 7 pm, with drawings for door prizes, dance and...

 

New Years Eve Gathering 2013 held in Red Lake - P24

On December 31, 2013, New Years Eve, the Annual New Years Eve Gathering was held at the Red Lake Humanities Center. Facing -24 F. weather, about 300 people showed up for the event which began with a feast of Red Lake walleye and perch at 5 PM, followed by the pow wow grand entry at 7 pm, with drawings for door prizes, dance and...

 

Blackduck man claims $1 million prize

BLACKDUCK -- Jim Mattila looked once. He looked twice....

 

Dayton predicts new state program will add 5,000 jobs

ST. PAUL — A new statewide economic development program that replaces one strictly aimed at rural Minnesota provides state officials $24 million to lure business expansion by giving tax breaks of $1,000 to $3,000 per job they create....

 

State revenues better than forecast

ST. PAUL — December revenues collected by Minnesota state government were 5.4 percent higher than expected just a month ago....

 
 Events   

Red Lake Nation College will host Leech Lake College on Wednesday

The Red Lake Nation College will host Leech Lake Tribal College on Wednesday, January 15, 2013. Women play at 5 PM and Men play at 7 PM. There will be halftime events with $1,000.00 in cash prizes....

 

BIE Director Dr. Charles Roessel Announces Dr. Venida S. Chenault as Haskell President

WASHINGTON – Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) Director Dr. Charles M. Roessel today announced the selection of Dr. Venida S. Chenault as president of Haskell Indian Nations University (Haskell) in Lawrence, Kan. Chenault, an enrolled member of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation in Kansas, had been serving as vice president of...

 
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$13,000 IN GRANTS FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR LOCAL ARTISTS

Applications for Individual Artist Grants, funded by the McKnight Foundation, are available at the Region 2 Arts Council Office, 426 Bemidji Avenue, Bemidji, MN 56601 and are also available on our website, http://r2arts.org. R2AC/McKnight Individual Artist Grant Deadline: February 5, 2014 Open to artists in all art disciplines that reside in Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Lake...

 

Minnesota Historical Society archives filled with surprises

ST. PAUL — Inside the archives of the Minnesota Historical Society, visitors will find precious first editions of books by native sons Sinclair Lewis, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ole Rolvaag....

 

Bill would have Nebraska recognize tribal rulings

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska lawmakers would ensure the state recognizes civil rulings made by American Indian tribal courts under a bill prompted by a dispute about whether an athlete could participate in a high school wrestling program....

 

Wind energy blows into White Earth

WHITE EARTH, Minn. -- The White Earth Reservation is taking steps that will allow Mother Nature to amp up energy resources for residents living there. A new wind turbine has recently been erected near the new Reservation Tribal Council Building on the outskirts of the town of White Earth. The body of the turbine was put up in...

 

No prison time for Blackfeet woman who embezzled from youth program

HELENA — Prosecutors are recommending no prison time for a Blackfeet woman who pleaded guilty to participating in a scheme to defraud and embezzle from a federally funded program for troubled youth on the northwestern Montana Indian reservation....

 

Tribe earns chance to defend county crown

PENDLETON — The reigning boys basketball Madison County champions didn't feel they were receiving much respect this season....

 

Man claims to have Bigfoot's body

HATTIESBURG, Miss. — A man claims to have shot and killed Bigfoot and said he has the corpse to prove it....

 

Federal Government Owes $32M in Royalties to 30,000 Indians, Whereabouts Unknown

The federal government has been unable to locate some 30,000 Indian beneficiaries who are collectively owed about $32 million of the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement, reported The New York Times. Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/01/11/federal-government-owes-32m-royalties-30000-indians-whereabouts-unknown-153069...

 

Home energy assistance program to help tribal members

Farmington — This month, the Navajo Nation Department for Self Reliance will start accepting applications to help eligible Native Americans with their heating and cooling costs....

 

Pass the "Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act" in 2014

As Congress returns to work this month, what better way to kick off a substantive legislative session than by passing a truly bipartisan bill that will positively affect many Native Americans and not appreciably affect the budget of the United States; the Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act is one such bill. Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog...

 

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