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Articles from the January 19, 2012 edition

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Ponemah School Honors Academic Excellence of Students - P5

On Tuesday, January 17, 2012, the Ponemah School honored some of its students for their performance on the 2011 MUAs with a dinner and awards ceremony at the school. There were 36 awards presented, which included medallions and trophies. Some of the students received multiple awards. Students that were proficient in both math an...

 

Ponemah School Honors Academic Excellence of Students - P6

On Tuesday, January 17, 2012, the Ponemah School honored some of its students for their performance on the 2011 MUAs with a dinner and awards ceremony at the school. There were 36 awards presented, which included medallions and trophies. Some of the students received multiple awards. Students that were proficient in both math an...

 

Ponemah School Honors Academic Excellence of Students - P7

On Tuesday, January 17, 2012, the Ponemah School honored some of its students for their performance on the 2011 MUAs with a dinner and awards ceremony at the school. There were 36 awards presented, which included medallions and trophies. Some of the students received multiple awards. Students that were proficient in both math an...

 

Minnesota Transitions School edges Red Lake Warriors 81-78 - P14

Minnesota Transitions School edges Red Lake Warriors 81-78 Ryan Holthusen led with 34, Aaron Beaulieu 15, Brandon Beaulieu 12, Nickolas Roy 11, and Russell Barrett 6 for the Warriors. Red Lake Girls downed by MTS 70-59 Averi Holthusen led the girls with 15, Grace White 14, Serena Graves 11, Tatianna McClain 8, Mari Cobenais 6,...

 

Minnesota Transitions School edges Red Lake Warriors 81-78 - P15

Minnesota Transitions School edges Red Lake Warriors 81-78 Ryan Holthusen led with 34, Aaron Beaulieu 15, Brandon Beaulieu 12, Nickolas Roy 11, and Russell Barrett 6 for the Warriors. Red Lake Girls downed by MTS 70-59 Averi Holthusen led the girls with 15, Grace White 14, Serena Graves 11, Tatianna McClain 8, Mari Cobenais 6,...

 

Minnesota Transitions School edges Red Lake Warriors 81-78 - P16

Minnesota Transitions School edges Red Lake Warriors 81-78 Ryan Holthusen led with 34, Aaron Beaulieu 15, Brandon Beaulieu 12, Nickolas Roy 11, and Russell Barrett 6 for the Warriors. Red Lake Girls downed by MTS 70-59 Averi Holthusen led the girls with 15, Grace White 14, Serena Graves 11, Tatianna McClain 8, Mari Cobenais 6,...

 

Why There Is a Need for Tribal Child Support Programs

Why do Native American tribes need their own child support programs? Why shouldn’t tribes continue to utilize state child support programs? These are two very complex and important questions, which I hope to answer in this brief piece. Since 1974, states have operated child support programs to provide services to all eligible children. Tribal children, however, through no...

 

Man pleads guilty for role in robbery

Hunter Craig Pemberton, 19, of Cass Lake, pleaded guilty Wednesday to an amended charge of aiding and abetting robbery. A jury trial, which was scheduled for today, has been canceled, according to Danna Farabee, victim assistance coordinator for the Beltrami County Attorney’s Office. Pemberton was one of at least three individuals who were charged for their roles in a Septemb...

 

Vilsack Streamlines Access to Energy Investment Information at USDA

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the launch of a USDA energy website that will provide stakeholders fast and efficient access to USDA energy efficiency and renewable energy data. Today's announcement builds on the Secretary's commitment to develop a modern and efficient service organization as outlined in USDA's Blueprint for...

 
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Gordon K. Headbird "Gabby" 1st Memorial Celebration - Mizhikii-Bines

Gordon K. Headbird "Gabby" 1st Memorial Celebration - Mizhikii-Bines Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012 - Cass Lake Boys & Girls Club - 11 - 7PM (The time has been updated) Drums, Feast and Give-Away Bring Regalia - Let's Dance!!...

 

Red Lake Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments in Grand Rapids this weekend

Red Lake Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments in Grand Rapids this weekend...

 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES GRANT SOLICITATION FOR FUNDING TO FEDERALLY-RECOGNIZED TRIBES AND TRIBAL CONSORTIA

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Justice today announced that the comprehensive grant solicitation for funding to support improvements to public safety, victim services and crime prevention in American Indian and Alaska Native communities will be posted at 3:00 p.m. EST today at www.justice.gov/tribal/open-sol.html. All materials will be accessible today for review. The...

 
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Bemidji Public Library to offer “In the Heart of the Beast” puppet & mask theater on Saturday January 21, 2012

It’s time for a theater treat that is sure to delight all ages with unique puppets made from scratch, and stories that come from many indigenous cultures. The puppets come alive at the Bemidji Public Library on Saturday January 21 at 4:00 p.m. “Coyote Stories” offers you many stories with many lessons. Julie Boada from In...

 

SMSC Business Council General Election Held

Prior Lake, MN – With more than 90% of voters participating in the general election, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community voting members voted for the three positions on the SMSC Business Council on January 17, 2012. Voting took place at the SMSC Community Center in Prior Lake, Minnesota, for the four-year positions of Chairman, Vice-Chairman, and Secretary/Treasurer....

 

Vilsack Streamlines Access to Energy Investment Information at USDA

WASHINGTON, Jan. 18, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the launch of a USDA energy website that will provide stakeholders fast and efficient access to USDA energy efficiency and renewable energy data. Today's announcement builds on the Secretary's commitment to develop a modern and efficient service organization as outlined in USDA's Blueprint for...

 

Loretta May Kloster

Loretta May Kloster (Wabishkii-ginew), 60, of Cass Lake, died Jan. 15, 2012 in her daughter’s home. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 20. Traditional services will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 19 at the Sawyer Community Center in Sawyer....

 

Canadian leader tells Obama he's disappointed over pipeline rejection

TORONTO - Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday he told Barack Obama he was profoundly disappointed after the U.S. president called to tell him the administration rejected a plan to build an oil pipeline from Canada to Texas....

 

Protests spark a dark day on Web

WASHINGTON - Thousands of Internet sites went dark Wednesday in protest of a pair of federal anti-piracy bills that are creating sharp divisions within Congress....

 

Outage gives a hint of how reliant we are on Internet

WASHINGTON - If a day without Wikipedia was a bother, think bigger. In this plugged-in world, we would barely be able to cope if the entire Internet went down in a city, state or country for a day or a week....

 

Obama campaign launches 1st TV ad

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama launched his first television ad of his re-election campaign, defending his energy record against criticism from a Republican-leaning outside group in a sign that the presidential race is entering a new phase even though Republicans have yet to pick a challenger....

 

Annexation is welfare for rich

The U.S. government created tribal annexation to get poor tribes off the welfare rolls, not to get rich tribes off the tax rolls....

 

B.C. First Nation cancels pipeline deal with Enbridge

British Columbia’s Gitxsan Nation has rescinded its agreement with Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline....

 

Rejecting Pipeline Proposal, Obama Blames Congress

WASHINGTON — President Obama on Wednesday rejected, for now, the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, saying the $7 billion project could not be adequately reviewed within the 60-day deadline set by Congress. While the president’s action does not preclude later approval of the project, it sets up a baldly partisan fight over energy, jobs and regulation that will most likely...

 

James Ray asked by prosecutors to prove he's broke

PRESCOTT -- Prosecutors who secured negligent homicide convictions against a self-help author want him to prove he's broke. Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2012/01/18/20120118james-ray-asked-by-prosecutors-prove-hes-broke.html#ixzz1juDwcs5r...

 

EPA, BIA & Tribes Clash Over Radioactive Dump Cleanup

TUBA CITY, Ariz. - Lionel Puhuyesva walks across a sea of broken glass at the Tuba City Open Dump. Puhuyesva is director of the Hopi Tribe’s Water Resources Program. He has been working 12 years to clean up the groundwater beneath this landfill near Tuba City, Ariz....

 

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