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Articles from the February 27, 2012 edition

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Sixth Annual Drug and Gang Summit Held at Red Lake

The sixth annual Red Lake Drug and Gang Summit was held Wednesday and Thursday February 15 - 16, 2012 at Red Lake Seven Clans Casino Event Center. The theme for the 2012 Summit was “Keeping Traditions, Stopping Addictions." Nearly 250 people involved in law enforcement, and drug and alcohol services attended workshops and...

 

Candidates certified for Leech Lake vote

Twenty-two candidates have been certified by the Leech Lake Tribal Council to square off for two seats in the April 3 primary election. There are 11 candidates for each of the chairman and District III seats. Incumbents for both seats are running for re-election. The following are certified candidates for the chairman’s position: E Carri Jones E Delmar L. Jones III E Arthur...

 

State Sen. Hoffman to challenge Collin Peterson

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Republican state senator says she'll run for Congress against Democrat Collin Peterson....

 

White Earth’s casino plan misguided

The Red Lake Nation and the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, along with other member tribes of the Minnesota Indian Gaming Association (MIGA), are opposed to efforts by the White Earth Band of Ojibwe to develop an off-reservation casino in the Twin Cities. Contrary to claims by White Earth Chairwoman Erma Vizenor, the White Earth proposal is not at all consistent with federal law or...

 

CL-B student chosen as correspondent

Jasmine Jones, a student at Cass Lake-Bena High School, has been nominated to represent Minnesota as a National Youth Correspondent to the 2012 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University. Jones has been awarded the opportunity to participate in an intensive week-long study of journalism and media. Jones was chosen based on academic accomplishments...

 

Moving in the wrong direction: County’s percentage of children in high-poverty neighborhoods highest in state

Local advocates for children were unsurprised by a recent study that named Beltrami County as having the highest number of children living in high-poverty neighborhoods in Minnesota. “It’s not a new trend, but it’s more severe,” said Becky Schueller, the executive director of Evergreen Youth & Family Services. Beltrami County has 3,160 children (28 percent) living in...

 

Warrior Challenge 2012 - P5

The information requested was never received this week on this tournament, so all I have is the photographs at this time. Razor Sharp were this years champions....

 

Warrior Challenge 2012 - P6

The information requested was never received this week on this tournament, so all I have is the photographs at this time. Razor Sharp were this years champions....

 

Warrior Challenge 2012 - P7

The information requested was never received this week on this tournament, so all I have is the photographs at this time. Razor Sharp were this years champions....

 

Warrior Challenge 2012 - P8

The information requested was never received this week on this tournament, so all I have is the photographs at this time. Razor Sharp were this years champions....

 

Warrior Challenge 2012 - P9

The information requested was never received this week on this tournament, so all I have is the photographs at this time. Razor Sharp were this years champions....

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P21

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P21...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P22

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P22...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P23

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P23...

 

Coming soon to roads near you: Wicked storm

A heavy dose of snow is coming to the Twin Cities Tuesday and Wednesday, but forecasters were not sure Sunday if the storm will pack a punch that's more Mike Tyson or Chuck Wepner....

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P24

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P24...

 

Online pledge aims to end abusive and racial chants at UMD sporting events

DULUTH — Dozens of people have signed an online pledge against abusive or racial chants during University of Minnesota-Duluth sporting events....

 

THE 24 SEVEN – February 27, 2012

Oscar predictions: 'The Artist' seduces Hollywood The Hollywood Reporter's awards analyst and film reviewer deliv... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=16724&L=10820&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- PLO considers reigniting 'popular resistance' The Palestinian Authority is planning to reconsider its securit......

 

CITY OF BEMIDJI - POLICE OFFICER – ELIGIBILITY LIST

CITY OF BEMIDJI POLICE OFFICER – ELIGIBILITY LIST Applications are being accepted to establish an eligibility list. The written exam is tentatively scheduled for Friday, March 9, 2012. See instructions and job description for qualifications and further details. Applications available: City Hall, 317 4th Street NW, Bemidji,...

 
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Read Across America 2012

Read Across America 2012 The Red Lake Elementary School will be celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday with Read Across America week. Monday February 27: Red and White Day. (Wear red and white.) Tuesday February 28: Kids in Socks Day. (Wear crazy socks.) Wednesday February 29: Pajama Day. (Wear pajamas.) Thursday March 1: Grinch...

 

Governor Dayton?s plan could add 14,000 new jobs in 2012

In an effort to boost what could be the beginning of an economic recovery, Governor Mark Dayton has proposed a bill that can add as many as 14,000 new full-time jobs in Minnesota. I am pleased to be the author of this legislation and am hopeful that it will be acted on in the Senate Jobs Committee in the next couple of weeks. The proposal would make available a $3,000...

 

Casinos' efforts to identify and stop compulsive gambling vary widely across the United States

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - As lost weekends go, this one was a doozy. The woman and her longtime boyfriend, regular Atlantic City gamblers, lost $100,000 in two days in early January. She lost her job, and they now owe $205,000 to five Atlantic City casinos, with no realistic prospects of paying it back....

 

Canada’s treatment of First Nations rapped by United Nations committee

Canada's record of dealing with aboriginal people has come under more criticism, this time from a United Nations panel....

 

Gold Mines in Hell

In Nebraska, some liquor stores sell booze to minors and manage to hang onto their licenses, according to Nebraska Liquor Control Commission data. That’s as long as the stores are doing business in Whiteclay, Nebraska, located about 250 feet south of the Oglala Sioux Tribe’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation....

 

What Happens If The Keystone XL Pipeline Isn't Built?

Gas isn't like a rare bottle of wine that fetches a high price just because it's rare. But at the same time, no one can agree what drives gas prices. Demand for gasoline in the U.S. is at its lowest point in more than a decade; domestic oil production is at an eight-year high....

 

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