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State of the Red Lake Nation Address - Wednesday, February 29, 2012

State of the Red Lake Nation Address - Wednesday, February 29, 2012 11 AM - Red Lake Humanities Center...

 

Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity both winners on last regular season games

Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity both winners on last regular season games. Varsity Score: Red Lake 87, Blackduck 74....

 

Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity both winners on last regular season games P2

Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity both winners on last regular season games. Varsity Score: Red Lake 87, Blackduck 74....

 

Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity both winners on last regular season games P3

Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity both winners on last regular season games. Varsity Score: Red Lake 87, Blackduck 74....

 

Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity both winners on last regular season games P4

Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity both winners on last regular season games. Varsity Score: Red Lake 87, Blackduck 74....

 

Big Ben Basketball Clinic held at RLBGC was a success

The Big Ben Basketball Clinic held at RLBGC was a success. Over a hundred youth showed up for Boys and Girls Club Thursday February 23rd, the clinic was supported by 21st Century Program and the club’s T.R.A.I.L program which promotes healthy life skills. The clinic was held to support youth in developing healthy habits...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P29

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P29...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P30

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P30...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P31

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P31...

 

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P32

Ain Dah Yung Powwow of February 2012 - P32...

 

EXTREME BLUNT AMENDMENT COULD PUT AT RISK PREVENTIVE CARE FOR OVER 20M WOMEN - INCLUDING ACCESS TO CONTRACEPTION, MAMMOGRAMS AND PRENATAL SCREENINGS

An Estimated 20.4 Million Women Are Currently Benefiting From Preventive Health Services Guaranteed Under Affordable Care Act Blunt Amendment Is So Far Reaching It Would Allow Any Corporation or Health Plan to Deny Women and Their Families Access to These Services For Virtually Any Reason Amendment Set to Receive Senate Vote As Early As This Week Washington, DC ? Today the Demo...

 

A list of some school shootings and where authorities believe the students obtained guns

A list of some school shootings and where authorities believe the students obtained guns: Feb. 27, 2012: Seventeen-year-old T.J. Lane arrested following a multiple shooting in a school in Chardon, Ohio, outside of Cleveland. Three students died and two were wounded in the spree, which started in the school cafeteria as he and other students waited for buses to other schools....

 
 By Steve Wagner    News    February 29, 2012

Seeking a solution: LaRose says federal bill’s compensation is unfair to band

If Arthur “Archie” LaRose, chairman of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, has his way, a proposed bill to make amends for taking timber and land away from Minnesota tribal members will be put on hold. For LaRose, a delay to a 1999 settlement with the federal government is worth the wait to get the legislation right for the approximately 9,500 Leech Lake band members. Currently,...

 

Bemidji man pleads guilty to third-degree assault

Daniel Wayne Jourdain, 26, of Bemidji, pleaded guilty Friday to third-degree assault. His sentencing is set for March 16. Jourdain was arrested Dec. 20 after allegedly striking a person in the head with a sawed-off shotgun. He surrendered after holding officers at bay for more than three hours, according to the Bemidji Police Department. According to police: At approximately 1...

 

REID: SENATE WILL MOVE FORWARD WITH SMALL BUSINESS JOBS BILLS

Washington, D.C. – Nevada Senator Harry Reid made the following remarks on the Senate floor outlining Senate plans to move forward with legislation to spur job creation among America’s small businesses and entrepreneurs. Below are his remarks as prepared for delivery: Last night a bipartisan group of senators, led by Senator Pryor and Senator Alexander, talked about the nee...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – February 29, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – February 29, 2012 Change: Home prices plunge to 2006 levels Home prices in 20 U.S. cities dropped more than forecast in Dec... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=16986&L=10923&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Russians ridicule reports of Putin assassination attempt Instead of panic and fear, news of a...

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - Feb. 28, 2012

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - Feb. 28, 2012 INDIAN COUNTRY PUBLIC SAFETY INITIATIVES U.S. Attorney's Office, DOVES and the Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes' Victim Assistance Program Announce Its First Collaborative Domestic Violence Training (U.S. Attorney for the District of Montana) U.S. Attorney Michael W. Cotter announced today that the U.S. Attorney's Office for the...

 

Sled Dogs to St. Paul

Frank Moe loves northern Minnesota. Frank and his wife, Sherri live in Grand Marais, where he continues his 20-year career as a guide. Whether it’s canoeing in the Boundary Waters, sea kayaking on Lake Superior, introducing climbers to Carleton Peak, or leading a group of ice climbers up the Cascade River, each experience is...

 

Nola Jean Parkhurst

Nola Jean Parkhurst, whose Ojibwe name is “Mindimooye” which means “Old Lady”, 42, of Red Lake died Sunday, February 26, 2012 at her home in Red Lake. Traditional Funeral Services will be 10:00 am Saturday, March 3, 2012 at the Little Rock Community Center in Red Lake. A wake will begin Thursday at 2 pm and will...

 

Algonquins of Barriere Lake Continue Protest Against Imposed Council

While Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was holding his first Crown-First Nations summit with indigenous leaders at the Old Ottawa City Hall last month, the Algonquins of Barriere Lake gathered outside to rally against what members say is an unwanted and illegitimate council imposed on their community by the Canada government. Read more:http://indiancou...

 

Fort Peck tribes OK $75 million settlement in lawsuit against Interior

POPLAR — The United States government will pay the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux tribes $75 million in a settlement agreement that resolves claims against the United States for past tribal trust fund, land and natural resources mismanagement on the reservation over the past century....

 

Our View: Keep pressing on Allen case

Sen. Lisa Murkowski told the Alaska Legislature last week that she'll keep asking why the Justice Department dropped a teen sex crime case against former Veco chief Bill Allen, convicted on corruption charges in Alaska's political scandal. Read more here: http://www.adn.com/2012/02/27/2340724/our-view-keep-pressing-on-allen.html#storylink=cpy...

 

Academy Awards 2012: Putting Blackface in Context

The New York Times reports that at the 2012 Academy Awards, someone made a racial joke that was “in questionable taste....

 

Hockey fight punishment raises questions of racism, says Kahnawake chief

A hockey team in Kahnawake, Que., has had their season cut short. Members of a Kahnawake Mohawk hockey team aged 15 to 17 got into an altercation after a recent game and now find themselves suspended....

 

Letter from Yurok Tribe says it's outraged by alleged embezzlement; will add additional positions to oversee finances

Members of the Yurok Tribal Council have expressed “great disappointment and outrage” that more than $900,000 was allegedly embezzled from the tribe by a former tribal employee and two conspirators...

 

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