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Employment Dinner hosted by New Beginnings

On Thursday, March 1, 2012 New Beginning hosted a dinner for potential employers for clients of New Beginnings. The event was well attended and included businesses such as: Walmart, Arrow Printing, Luthern Social Services and First National Bank. Marvin Hanson, Executive Director, provided the attendees with a Power Point...

 

Employment Dinner hosted by New Beginnings - P2

On Thursday, March 1, 2012 New Beginning hosted a dinner for potential employers for clients of New Beginnings. The event was well attended and included businesses such as: Walmart, Arrow Printing, Luthern Social Services and First National Bank. Marvin Hanson, Executive Director, provided the attendees with a Power Point...

 

Employment Dinner hosted by New Beginnings - P3

On Thursday, March 1, 2012 New Beginning hosted a dinner for potential employers for clients of New Beginnings. The event was well attended and included businesses such as: Walmart, Arrow Printing, Luthern Social Services and First National Bank. Marvin Hanson, Executive Director, provided the attendees with a Power Point...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 5, 2012

State of the Red Lake Nation Address Presented in Red Lake by Chairman Jourdain P9

State of the Red Lake Nation Address Presented in Red Lake by Chairman Jourdain. The full address will be available soon and will be posted with these photographs at a later date....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 5, 2012

State of the Red Lake Nation Address Presented in Red Lake by Chairman Jourdain P10

State of the Red Lake Nation Address Presented in Red Lake by Chairman Jourdain. The full address will be available soon and will be posted with these photographs at a later date....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 5, 2012

State of the Red Lake Nation Address Presented in Red Lake by Chairman Jourdain P11

State of the Red Lake Nation Address Presented in Red Lake by Chairman Jourdain. The full address will be available soon and will be posted with these photographs at a later date....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 5, 2012

State of the Red Lake Nation Address Presented in Red Lake by Chairman Jourdain P12

State of the Red Lake Nation Address Presented in Red Lake by Chairman Jourdain. The full address will be available soon and will be posted with these photographs at a later date....

 
 By Anne Williams    News    March 5, 2012

Brown pleads not guilty for charge stemming from woman’s injuries

A man who is being charged with felony criminal vehicular homicide or operation for a 2010 incident that left a woman with massive head injuries pleaded not guilty last month. James Robert Brown, 26, of Red Lake, pleaded not guilty Feb. 21. His next hearing is set for April 3. According to the criminal complaint: A Minnesota State Trooper responded to a report of a white...

 

Hearing scheduled for man accused in crime spree

A 25-year-old Red Lake man accused of burglarizing a garage, stealing a vehicle, burning a truck and fleeing police officers in November 2010 recently appeared in court. Fabian Wayne English pleaded not guilty Feb. 21 to three felony charges of first-degree burglary, second-degree arson and fleeing a peace officer in a motor vehicle. His pretrial is set for April 3. According t...

 

Red Lake Elementary School celebrates Read Across America Week

Students at Red Lake Elementary School celebrated Read Across America Week with many fun events including Pajama Day, Fox in Sox Day (wear crazy socks), Grinch Green Day (wear green, but don't come crabby!), and an all-school read in the halls. There was a celebration for Dr. Seuss' Birthday on Friday. The students had birthday...

 
 By Anne Williams    News    March 5, 2012

Mixed reactions heard at town hall meeting on wolf season

Tim Ewert, a local trapper who also does historical reenactments of fur traders from the early 1800s, said he has been waiting 50 years for the chance to trap a wolf. Since he was 12 years old, the Bemidji man said he has trapped a variety of animals, but called the chance to get a gray wolf “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.” “I’m 61 years old now, so I’ve waited 50...

 
 Events   

Free Law Clinic for Veterans - Tuesday, March 6 - 9 AM - 4 PM

Free Law Clinic for Veterans - Tuesday, March 6 - 9 AM - 4 PM Bemidji Armory - 1430 23rd Street NW, Bemidji, MN Attorneys, law students, and veterans service ocers will assist veterans with questions, legal forms, and counsel. Areas covered: family law including child support, divorce, and custody disputes, consumer and debt issues, elder law, criminal expungements, housing,...

 

Bemidji case prompts judge to seek appeals court ruling on domestic abuse no-contact orders

Judges in Clay County and some other Minnesota courts have stopped issuing domestic abuse no-contact orders, a move prosecutors worry could put victims at greater risk by softening the penalties for offenders....

 

Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity both winners on last regular season games P13

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 P14

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

 
 By Chris Jourdain    Sports    March 5, 2012

Red Lake Youth Basketball Tournament of Thursday, March 1, 2012

Red Lake, Mn - Thursday evening saw alot of future basketball players from the Red Lake and Leech Lake Nations descending upon Red Lake for a round robin tournament. 6 teams made up the field and after two warm up games between the Red Lake teams, the first game featured St. Mary's Mission vs. Chief Bugonaygeshig, with St. Mary's coming up short 16-32. Game #2 was between the t...

 
 Events   

Citizens Academy 2012

The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office and Bemidji Police Department will be hosting the biannual Citizens Academy, an educational opportunity for any citizen, any age, interested in law enforcement, emergency response and volunteering with our agencies. Presentations from various members of the Bemidji Police Department, the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office and volunteers...

 

Northland Tribes Gather For Peace

Duluth, MN (Northlands NewsCenter) -- A much more peaceful protest of the White Unity Rally was held prior to the commotion at City Hall....

 

White House Rural Council Partnership to Strengthen Skills of Rural Workers to Compete in Global Marketplace

WASHINGTON, March 2, 2012 ? Officials from USDA Rural Development today signed an agreement (MOU) with rural community colleges to strengthen the rural economy by increasing rural residents' access to skills training and higher education, an outcome of the White House Rural Council to better coordinate federal resources to promote economic prosperity in rural communities. "We n...

 
 By Jon Collins    Politics    March 5, 2012

Tribes want to regain authority in adoptions of off-reservation American Indian kids

St. Paul, Minn. — Minnesota American Indian tribes and their allies in the state Legislature are seeking to plug a gap in child custody laws opened by a state Supreme Court decision last year. The court's decision derailed the common practice of giving tribal courts a role during pre-adoption and adoption for off-reservation American Indian kids. Until the late 1970s, America...

 

State sees budget surplus, but money already spent

The state’s economic experts released a new budget forecast Wednesday that revealed the state has an additional $323 million available for the current budget cycle. This is another good sign that Minnesota’s economy may be starting to recover from the recession. The November 2011 forecast also showed a modest surplus, and...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – March 5, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – March 5, 2012 Obama elbows female off podium for speech to women The White House called Bernard College in recent days and offer... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=17869&L=11271&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Birth control cuts greenhouse gases, activist argues During a discussion series last week...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – March 4, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – March 4, 2012 Britain's healthcare system is simply 'rotten' The NHS today costs 10 times what it did in its first year of f... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=17671&L=11220&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Auto-correct blunder locks down high school The auto-correct feature on the iPhone and other...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – March 3, 2011

THE 24 SEVEN – March 3, 2011 Obama elbows female off podium for speech to women The White House called Bernard College in recent days and offer... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=17869&L=11271&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Birth control cuts greenhouse gases, activist argues During a discussion series last week...

 

USDA Forest Service Makes $1 Million Commitment to Get Kids Outdoors

WASHINGTON, March 2, 2012?Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced USDA's continuing commitment to get kids outdoors and connected to the natural world around them through $1 million in cost-share funding from the U.S. Forest Service to enhance children's programs in 18 states. Vilsack will highlight the announcement later today at the Interior Department during the...

 

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