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Articles from the January 24, 2012 edition

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 By Bonnie Barber    News    January 24, 2012

Red Lake native subject of portrait display on the Dartmouth campus

HANOVER, N.H. – When Kayla Gebeck was a first year student here, she was photographed by artist Mateo Romero while dancing in Dartmouth College’s 2009 Pow-Wow. That enlarged photograph, which Romero painted over and transformed into one of his signature pieces, now hangs in the Hood Museum of Art on the Dartmouth campus. It...

 

Assistant Teacher - New Beginnings Child Care Center

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Assistant Teacher New Beginnings Child Care Center 15525 Mendota Ave, Box 416 Redby, MN 56670 (218) 679-3350 Open: January 23rd, 2012 Closes: Friday, February 3rd, 2012 Primary Function: Provide and foster a safe healthy learning environment for children; implementing educational curriculums, utilizes...

 

Male Counselor - Red Lake Chemical Health Programs

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Male Counselor Chemical Health Programs Red Lake Group Home Redby, MN 56670 (218) 679-3868 Open: January 23rd, 2012 Closes: Friday February 17th, 2012 Primary Function: Provide care and guidance of adolescents as described below. Full-time position w/ benefits, salary $9/hr w/ .50 increase after successful...

 

Paul Bunyan Television Introduces PBTV Lite

(Bemidji, MN) (January 23, 2012) – Paul Bunyan Communications has introduced PBTV Lite, a less expensive PBTV service option that eliminates the higher cost cable networks but still provides an interactive program guide, access to PBTV On Demand, and the Galaxie music channels. “We are very proud to offer consumers a less...

 

Prevention Specialist - Red Lake Chemical Health Programs

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Prevention Specialist Chemical Health Programs Alcohol Rehabilitation Program Red Lake, MN 56671 (218) 679-3392 Open: January 23rd, 2012 Closes: Friday, February 17th, 2012 Primary Function: Assist in the development of prevention activities and prevention curriculum. Full-time position w/ benefits, salary...

 
 Events   

Warrior Grill Weekly Specials For Week Of Jan.23rd-27th

Weekly special for week of Jan.23rd-27th Monday......................... chopped beef sand ½ lb burger between bread with mashed potatoes and gravy...................$6.50 Tuesday..........................egg salad sands Egg salad on wild rice bread. Comes with choice of soup or ff’s..............$5.95 Wed...

 

Bemidji Speedway season point champions honored

More than 100 drivers, crew members, sponsors and fans celebrated the 2011 Bemidji Speedway racing season and recognized champions at the Bemidji Eagles Club Saturday night. Special recognition was given to track workers Becky Hiltz and Mindy Bowman for their efforts this past season. Taking rookie of the year honors were Zack Peterson (Mini Stocks), Tom Kellen and Tonja...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    January 24, 2012

This Weeks Local Basketball Highlights

An up-tempo style and an improved defense produced two victories for the Kelliher-Northome girls basketball team last week. “Offensively the girls are really pushing the tempo, moving the ball and playing well as a team,” said K-N coach Justin Lundin after the Mustangs downed Red Lake 82-58 and thumped Blackduck 74-30. “We’ve also worked hard to improve our defense and...

 

Bois Forte Band of Chippewa to Receive $1 Million SMSC Grant

Prior Lake, MN – A $1 million grant to the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa of northern Minnesota will fund a new medical and dental clinic on the Lake Vermilion portion of their reservation. “We have had a positive working relationship with the Bois Forte Band and are pleased that we are in a position to help them,” said SMSC Chairman Stanley R. Crooks. “Our health...

 

Website allows residents to track neighborhood crime

A crime mapping website now gives details on law enforcement activity in Bemidji and Beltrami County....

 

New Food Pantry Opens on Fond du Lac Campus

FOND DU LAC - Fond Du Lac Tribal and Community College kicked off a new partnership this month with the Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank in an effort to provide basic food items for students in need on campus....

 

Full-time sheriff's deputy to patrol Grand Portage reservation

Duluth, Minn. — For the first time the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa will have a full time sheriff's deputy patrolling the reservation....

 

Census Bureau Announces Dates for Upcoming Population Estimates Releases

Over the next six months, the U.S. Census Bureau will release a series of population estimates for the nation, states, counties and cities. These estimates measure population change since the 2010 Census using administrative records and survey data. The reference date for these estimates is July 1, 2011. “We want to ensure that the American public has reliable statistics for...

 

Police favor changes in data laws to shield intelligence information

State law-enforcement officials plan to ask the Legislature this year for the right to collect intelligence information on suspected terrorists and other suspected criminals without having to disclose who they are monitoring or why....

 

High court: Police need warrant to use GPS

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Monday confronted for the first time the government's growing use of digital technology to monitor Americans and ruled strongly in favor of privacy....

 

‘An aboriginal uprising is inevitable’ if Harper doesn’t listen, chief threatens

OTTAWA — Canada could face an Arab Spring-style “uprising” if Prime Minister Stephen Harper doesn’t give a clear indication in his meeting with aboriginal leaders here Tuesday that he’s prepared to take their concerns seriously, a B.C. native leader warned Monday....

 

New York's roll-your-own cigarette trade under fire for tax loophole

Loral Wilcox used to buy her cigarettes at the Onondaga Nation Smoke Shop until she stumbled upon the new Tobacco House outlet in DeWitt....

 

Lawyer accused of taking money over residential school

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg lawyer is accused of taking money improperly from 50 abused former students of aboriginal residential schools. Read more: http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/20120123/laywer-accused-of-taking-money-120123/#ixzz1kNKE00Zn...

 

Tribal chairman blames BofA for costly dispute

Ron Allen, chairman of the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe , broke his silence over the tribe’s costly dispute with Bank of America , saying the bank “made some mistakes on their end....

 

Online business primer available to Native Americans

The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering a free online course for Native American entrepreneurs....

 

NCAI broadcasting 2012 State of Indian Nations

WASHINGTON – Two days after President Obama delivers the State of the Union Address, President Jefferson Keel of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), will deliver the annual State of Indian Nations Address to a live studio audience consisting of tribal citizens and leaders, members of Congress, federal government officials, students, and advocates. U.S....

 

Seneca council allocates $1M to fight drugs

In one way or another, the illegal drug culture has crept into almost every community across the country....

 

Coming soon in Minneapolis: American Indian Movement Interpretive Center

In a touch of irony, wood stolen from White Earth Reservation land was used to build the Henry B. Frey House, which is now becoming the American Indian Movement Interpretive Center (AIMIC). The old Minneapolis mansion at 1206 5th Street SE became a University of Minnesota fraternity house for many years and then housed Heart of the Earth Survival School. Now it will become a...

 

Ohkay Owingeh officer shoots woman in chest

A woman was shot in the chest Sunday north of Española by an officer with the Ohkay Owingeh Police Department, our media partners at KOB-TV report....

 

Former priest appears in Iqaluit court on sex charges

A man who faces more than 30 sex-related charges stemming from his time as a priest in Igloolik, Nunavut, appeared briefly in an Iqaluit courtroom Monday morning....

 

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