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Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake. Red Lake B-Team comes back from being down to take the win 65-58. 7th and 8th Graders also come away with wins against the Tigers....

 

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake P2

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake. Red Lake B-Team comes back from being down to take the win 65-58. 7th and 8th Graders also come away with wins against the Tigers....

 

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake P3

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake. Red Lake B-Team comes back from being down to take the win 65-58. 7th and 8th Graders also come away with wins against the Tigers....

 

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake P4

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake. Red Lake B-Team comes back from being down to take the win 65-58. 7th and 8th Graders also come away with wins against the Tigers....

 

Dean Carl Wind

Dean Carl Wind, 67, of Cass Lake, MN entered the spirit world on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 in McIntosh, MN. He was born on June 17, 1944 in Cass Lake, Minnesota to Carl and Josephine (Critt) Wind. Dean enjoyed playing his guitar, singing, going to the casino, playing softball and being with his grandchildren. He was preceded in...

 

Sixth Annual Drug and Gang Summit to Be Held at Red Lake

The sixth annual Red Lake Drug and Gang Summit is slated for Wednesday and Thursday February 15 - 16, 2012 at Red Lake Seven Clans Casino Event Center. Workshops and presentations will go on from 9 AM to 4:30 PM on both days. The 2012 theme is entitled “Keeping Traditions, Stopping Addictions." The mission of the Red Lake...

 

Feds seek 3 suspected Native Mob members from Minnesota's Bemidji, Cass Lake and White Earth

The public is being asked to help federal officials locate three men suspected of ties to the Native Mob. The men, wanted as part of an indictment unsealed last week, are at large and should be considered armed and dangerous, according to the U.S. Marshals Service in Minnesota. The indictment accuses 24 suspected Native Mob...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Donate $750,000 to United Tribes Technical College

Prior Lake, MN – A matching grant from the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community will assist with completion of a science and technology building at United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck, North Dakota. The $750,000 grant will support the learning facilities in the United Tribes Science, Technology, and Math Center. Dr. David M. Gipp, United Tribes Technical College presi...

 

THE 24 SEVEN - January 28, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN - January 28, 2012 GDP drops to 1.7 percent, food stamps up 45 percent Spanish jobless rate nears 23 percent The number of people out of work in Spain has soared past the 5... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=12286&L=8107&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- NASA stops accepting astronaut applications Want to...

 

THE 24 SEVEN - January 30, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN - January 30, 2012 Gibbs back on Obama's payroll as campaign strategist Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs is back on the ... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=12640&L=8336&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Rutgers to offer course on Beyonce Forget "Ancient History" or "American Politics," and...

 

THE 24 SEVEN - January 31, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN - January 31, 2012 EU agrees to Germany's terms on debt 25 of the 27 heads of government in the European Union signed o... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=12779&L=8451&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Search for Concordia missing called off Italian emergency officials say they are calling off a search...

 

Vilsack Announces Investments to Promote Business Development, Improve Medical Services and Create Jobs in Ten States

WASHINGTON – Jan. 31, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that loans and grants will be provided to applicants in ten states to support businesses, improve the quality of medical care, and create or save hundreds of jobs. Funding is provided through USDA's Rural Economic Development Loan and Grant program. The announcement was made on the Secretary's...

 

Delbert Earl Lindseth

Delbert “Del” “Deb” Lindseth, 87, of Bemidji, died Monday, January 30, 2012 at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, after an eight year battle with cancer. Funeral Services will be 11:00 am Friday, February 3, 2012 at the New Salem Lutheran Church in Turtle River, MN with Rev. Karol Hendricks-McCracken officiating....

 

Battle to end teacher seniority in Minnesota begins

Parents, teachers and education activists squared off at the Capitol Tuesday over a Republican proposal that would transform the way Minnesota school districts conduct teacher layoffs by scrapping seniority, the sacred tenet of most teachers unions....

 

Electronic pulltabs gain favor for stadium

State officials say they are confident that electronic pulltabs in bars and restaurants could generate $72 million annually -- enough to fund the state's share of a proposed Minnesota Vikings stadium....

 

Minnesota foes of gay marriage raise $830K

The lead group pushing to ban same-sex marriage in Minnesota raised $830,000 in 2011 in the latest signal that a fierce, high-dollar contest is taking shape over the proposed constitutional amendment....

 

Mayo scientists are working to change aging

Do you want to live to 120, only to feel like you're 120? In the human quest for longevity -- if not immortality -- it's a question that often gets overlooked....

 

Slow pace of Pickton inquiry may cause public to lose confidence: commissioner

The army of lawyers at the inquiry into the Robert Pickton case has received reinforcements, prompting the former judge overseeing the hearings to worry aloud that the public may soon lose confidence in the process....

 

Manitoba Dakota Chundee Smokes Raids Latest in Growing Tobacco War

Manitoba authorities are stepping up efforts to halt sales of cigarettes that are federally labeled but not marked for purchase in the province. Having conducted three raids in five weeks at the end of 2011, Manitoba has followed Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan in cracking down on what they deem contraband. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedia...

 

Anti-Mexican Studies bigots now banning books

Another racist message from Arizona’s ruling class has been sent to oppressed people and especially Latinos/as of Mexican descent. That message is: Get back, get down, your lives are worth nothing to this system....

 

Obama Administration Aims to Clear Roadblocks Holding Up Tribal Renewables

America’s Indian Country has the potential to host a significant share of the renewable energy generated in the United States. But development of those resources is stymied by a lack of transmission, onerous tax disincentives, and a thicket of bureaucracy. A new rule proposed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), promises to clear the bureaucratic tangle....

 

First Maliseet legislator focusing on new role at State House

AUGUSTA, Maine — Approximately three weeks after he was sworn in as the newest member of Maine’s 125th Legislature and as the state’s first Maliseet legislator, David Slagger has begun to settle in to the job....

 

First Nations Development Receives $2.88 Million Award from Kellogg

LONGMONT, COLORADO - First Nations Development Institute serves rural and reservation based American Indian communities throughout the United States....

 

"Spam" meat tied to diabetes risk in Native Americans: study

(Reuters) - Native Americans who often ate processed meat in a can, generically known as "spam" and a common food on reservations, one subsidized by the government -- had a two-fold increased risk of developing diabetes over those who ate little or none, according to a U.S. study....

 

AIDS treatment on Indian reservations clouded by secrets, stigma

CHINLE, Arizona -- Melvin Harrison drifted far from his boyhood home on the Navajo Nation and found himself addicted to drugs and barefoot on the streets of San Diego. Read more here: http://www.sunherald.com/2012/01/31/3720693/aids-treatment-on-indian-reservations.html#storylink=cpy...

 

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