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Articles from the February 3, 2012 edition

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 By Candace Lagou    News    February 3, 2012

Red Lake FCS Christmas Penny Drive 2011

During the months of October and November, Red Lake Family & Children Services conducted a fundraising campaign in the Elementary Schools to buy Christmas gifts for all the children on their case loads (kids helping kids). The classes that raised the most and the classes that had the most creative penny jars received a pizza...

 

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake P9

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. Game updates from Wednesday- 7th gets the win 43-35, 8th continues its 8 game winning streak with a 71-35 victory to improve to 12-3....

 

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake P10

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. Game updates from Wednesday- 7th gets the win 43-35, 8th continues its 8 game winning streak with a 71-35 victory to improve to 12-3....

 

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake P11

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. Game updates from Wednesday- 7th gets the win 43-35, 8th continues its 8 game winning streak with a 71-35 victory to improve to 12-3....

 

Warriors upset by Nevis 80-65 in Red Lake P12

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. Game updates from Wednesday- 7th gets the win 43-35, 8th continues its 8 game winning streak with a 71-35 victory to improve to 12-3....

 

Red Lake Youth Basketbal Tournament, January 28, 2012 Red Lake, MN

Red Lake Youth Basketbal Tournament, January 28, 2012 Red Lake, MN A great day of youth basketball took place this past Saturday, the 6th gr & under boys division was made up of 6 teams and 4th gr & under along with the girls division was held at the Boys & Girls Club. In game #1 - Nett Lake faced Red Lake 1, it was a good,...

 

Migwetch from the Anna Auginash Family

The family of Anna Auginash would like to say Migwetch during the loss of our loved one. Thank you for your kind words, sympathy cards, hugs and prayers. It was very much appreciated. Thank you to the inpatient staff at the Red Lake Hospital for making our mother/grandmother comfortable. To Father Rogers, the pallbearers and Cease Funeral Home, thank you. Also, to Irene...

 

Interior Seeks Comments on Cobell Land Consolidation Draft Plan

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Department of the Interior today announced two important steps in the ongoing commitment to fulfilling this nation’s trust responsibilities to Native Americans. Today, Interior announced the publication of a draft plan and a request for comment on implementing the potential Cobell Land Consolidation Program. Additionally, Interior announced that the...

 

State Historical Society lists Marty Indian School Buildings on National Register

PIERRE, S.D. – Two buildings on the Marty Indian School campus, the Gymnasium and St. Therese Hall, were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in January, according to the South Dakota State Historical Society. The National Register is the official federal list of properties identified as important in American history, architecture, archaeology, engineering and...

 

Presidential candidate visit

To the Editor, As former chair of the Beltrami DFL for 12 years including the year of the 1988 campaign, I can tell you that presidential candidates Jesse Jackson and Paul Simon of Illinois visited Bemidji as well as Pat Robertson. Jackson did a rally at Beaux Arts that was heavily guarded with Secret Service, (I still have a pin that allowed me close). Paul Simon appeared at...

 

THE 24 SEVEN Feb. 23 2012

Ginsburg lauds Egyptian shift to 'a real democratic state' ?This is the most wonderful time in which to live and be among ... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=13099&L=8757&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- What would Jesus do? Tax the rich, Obama says Speaking at the traditionally nonpartisan National Prayer Break......

 
 By Steve Wagner    News    February 3, 2012

Bemidji man, leader of Native Mob gang, arrested

A Bemidji man, the suspected leader of the Native Mob gang with ties to reservations in four states, is accused of directing a widespread criminal enterprise, including violence against witnesses and rival gangs. Wakinyan Wakan McArthur, 33, of Bemidji, was arrested Wednesday night and appeared in federal court Thursday on charges which, if convicted, could land him in prison...

 

Suspected Native Mob gang leader, one other arrested in Minneapolis

BEMIDJI, Minn. - A Bemidji man and the suspected leader of the Native Mob gang is behind bars after his arrest Wednesday night in northeast Minneapolis. Wakinyan Wakan McArthur, 33, of Bemidji, who used the aliases "Kon" and "Killa," made his first appearance today on federal charges relating to a detailed criminal enterprise. Law officers also arrested Christopher Lee Wuori,...

 

U.S. Forest Service Highlights Expansion of Restoration of National Forests and Funding For Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Projects

WASHINGTON – Feb. 2, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced a new report, Increasing the Pace of Restoration and Job Creation on our National Forests, that outlines a strategy and series of actions for management on 193 million acres of national forests and grasslands managed by the U.S. Forest Service. As part of the accelerated restoration strategy, $40...

 

Pala Indian Tribe Expels 154

The North County tribe of the Pala Band Mission Indians has expelled 154 people on Wednesday....

 

San Diego County Indian tribe expels roughly 15 percent of members

An Indian tribe in San Diego County has expelled 154 of its members, and those ousted from the Pala Band stand to lose out on a hefty share of the tribe's casino profits....

 

Pala Indian tribe in San Diego County expels 154 members

The Pala Band of Mission Indians has expelled 154 people from the tribal membership roll, depriving them of a share of the profits from the band's casino and hotel/spa in northern San Diego County....

 

Survivors society not satisfied with residential schools deal

WINNIPEG — It's the largest-ever compensation deal in Canadian history — but groups that represent thousands of aboriginal people have come forward to say it's flawed....

 

Supervisor Derry accuses opponent of gang, drug ties

San Bernardino County Supervisor Neil Derry has launched an assault on the character of his major opponent, San Manuel tribal chairman James Ramos, in a campaign mailer tying Ramos to "gang members," "drug dealers" and "killers for hire."...

 

Brutal Crimes Grip an Indian Reservation

WIND RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION, Wyo. — At a boys’ basketball game here last month, Wyoming Indian High School, a perennial state power, was trading baskets with a local rival. The players, long-limbed and athletic, are among the area’s undisputed stars, and their games one of its few diversions. On this night, more than 2,500 cheering, stomping people came to...

 

Mystery shrouds bones dug up next to residential school

There are concerns tonight on the whereabouts of several bones dug up outside a former residential school in Ontario....

 

BIA may pull $35 million police contract

Recent allegations of misconduct by Division of Public Safety Director John Billison and top police commanders has jeopardized a multi-million dollar federal contract that funds police services on the Navajo Reservation....

 

Police cleared in use of pepper spray on tribal dancers at Utah high school football game

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Two police officers were cleared of wrongdoing Thursday for using pepper spray and a baton on a dozen spectators performing a traditional Polynesian war dance after a Utah high school's losing football game....

 

Neb. tribe's computer firm wins $84M contract

WINNEBAGO, Neb. (AP) — The Winnebago Tribe's information technology company has won an $84 million Air Force contract to provide support at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia....

 

Finding Foster Care Solutions

It`s been 34 years since Congress passed the Indian Child Welfare Act, a law designed to keep American Indian children with their families, but there are still disproportionately high numbers of Native American children in foster care....

 

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