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Articles from the February 28, 2012 edition

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Warrior Challenge VI Additional

Warrior Challenge VI Additional - Champions, Razor Sharp...

 

February Round Dance 2012 - VIDEO

February Round Dance 2012 - VIDEO...

 

Area girls begin basketball playoffs

The Section 8A girls basketball tournament begins Tuesday and in the East Sub-Section play-in games No. 7 Cass Lake-Bena will host No. 10 Laporte and No. 9 Blackduck will visit No. 8 Mahnomen. Clearbrook-Gonvick earned the top seed in the East Sub-Section and will take a 21-5 record into its playoff opener. The Bears will...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P25

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P25...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P26

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P26...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P27

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P27...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P28

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P28...

 

Warrior Challenge 2012

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 - P2

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 - P3

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 - P4

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....

 

Major storm expected to impact Bemidji, region

The National Weather Service predicts a major winter storm starting tonight throughout the upper Midwest, with several inches of snow for the Bemidji area. The storm, expected to be much stronger than the system that dumped several inches of snow in Bemidji this past weekend, will extend into Wednesday. The pending weather system could bring more snow and stronger winds, the...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – February 28, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – February 28, 2012 Rep. West: One-way tolerance leads to cultural suicide Rep. Allen West, R-Fla.: If we had resolute leadership in the W... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=16820&L=10863&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- First lady's food rules violated at White House dinner The White House Sunday...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Make $1.25 Million in Grants to Benefit Yankton Sioux Tribal Members

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community today announced a total of $1.25 million in grants to benefit members of the Yankton Sioux Tribe of Marty, South Dakota, for fiscal year 2012. A $1 million grant will go directly to the YST whereas a $250,000 grant will go to the Boys & Girls Club of the Missouri River Area. The larger grant for $1 million will fund a...

 

United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination questions Canada about violations of Indigenous Peoples’ Rights

Geneva, Switzerland, February 24th, 2012: Yesterday , February 23rd 2012, the United Nations (UN) Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD), a high level UN Treaty Monitoring Body, completed its two-day questioning of Canada about its record pertaining to racial discrimination. As a State party to the International Convention on the Elimination of Racial...

 

Senate votes against teacher seniority

ST. PAUL – The Republican-controlled Legislature is about ready to send Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton a bill that reduces the importance of seniority when school districts consider laying off teachers....

 

Caroline Louise Cloud

Caroline Louise Cloud, 77 of Cass Lake, MN died Saturday, February 25, 2012 at Neilson Place in Bemidji. Funeral Services will be 11:00 am Thursday, March 1, 2012 at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cass Lake, MN. A wake will begin at 3:00 pm Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at the Veteran’s Memorial Building and go until the time of service on Thursday. Interment will be at...

 

Storm heading this way could drop 2-6" on metro area

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

 
 Events   

Military installation hosts local community council March 2

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AIR RESERVE STATION, Minn. — The Minneapolis-St. Paul Air Reserve Station will hold its quarterly Base Community Council (BCC) meeting March 2 at Kieran’s in Minneapolis from 1-3 p.m. The purpose of the BCC is to provide an opportunity for community members to meet with leadership from different branches of the Armed Forces...

 

State Senate strikes down teacher tenure

A bill to end the tenure system that protects older teachers and makes newer teachers the "last hired, first fired" was passed 36-26 by the Minnesota Senate on Monday, moving it a step closer to Gov. Mark Dayton's desk....

 

Vulnerable kids left at risk, Hennepin panel says

Vulnerable children in Hennepin County are "at risk'' because the county is failing to provide training and social services to certain parents who have been accused of child abuse or neglect, a county watchdog group has concluded....

 

Snowpocalypse 2012? (still on track for biggest snowfall of winter)

Yep, it's still going to snow Tuesday and Wednesday - of that I have little doubt. Now the burning question is: a mere 6" of slush, or over a foot of traffic-snarling, airport-delaying, field-rejuvenating, trail-smothering (glorious) snow? With this blog I'm trying to show you, the weather enthusiast, how difficult it is to predict snow. Rarely is the scenario ever a true...

 

Suspensions don't make bad kids good

Let's say young Johnny's backtalk interferes with his teacher's authority to promote a positive learning environment. Johnny should not be ignored; there is obviously a need for correcting the behavior....

 

DFLers call for payback of money borrowed from schools

DFL legislators called Monday for $450 million-per-year in new revenue from corporations -- by closing tax loopholes and making other changes -- so that the state can reimburse school districts for money borrowed in previous budget-balancing bills....

 

HIV cases increase within Navajo Nation

NAVAJO NATION –– While the rest of the country has seen a decline in the number of AIDS cases, there has been an increase on the Navajo Nation in recent years. In fact, health providers report about 40 new cases in 2010, doubling the number recorded in recent years....

 

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