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Articles from the March 14, 2012 edition

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New Beginnings Employment Fair a Huge Success

The first ever employment fair hosted by New Beginnings was a huge success for the community. The success was due in large part to the companies/organizations that attended the employment fair: Anderson Fabrics, Jourdain/Perpich, Home Depot, Walmart, Debs, Luthern Social Services, Red Lake Gaming Enterprises and First National...

 

New Beginnings Employment Fair a Huge Success - P2

The first ever employment fair hosted by New Beginnings was a huge success for the community. The success was due in large part to the companies/organizations that attended the employment fair: Anderson Fabrics, Jourdain/Perpich, Home Depot, Walmart, Debs, Luthern Social Services, Red Lake Gaming Enterprises and First National...

 

New Beginnings Employment Fair a Huge Success - P3

The first ever employment fair hosted by New Beginnings was a huge success for the community. The success was due in large part to the companies/organizations that attended the employment fair: Anderson Fabrics, Jourdain/Perpich, Home Depot, Walmart, Debs, Luthern Social Services, Red Lake Gaming Enterprises and First National...

 

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012...

 

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P2

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P2...

 

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P3

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P3...

 

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P4

Larry Yazzy and Native Pride Dancers – March 2012 - P4...

 

U of MN American Indian Studies Department Launches Groundbreaking Online Ojibwe Dictionary

Minneapolis-St. Paul (March 13, 2012)—The University of Minnesota’s Department of American Indian Studies, in the College of Liberal Arts, has launched a ground-breaking online Ojibwe-English dictionary, The Ojibwe People’s Dictionary, at http://ojibwe.lib.umn.edu/. The dictionary will be celebrated with a launch party on Monday, April 2 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the...

 
 Events   

Dancing for Fun with Suzy & Hondo - Sunday, March 18, 2012

Dancing for Fun with Suzy & Hondo Everyone Invited All Districts Date: Sunday, March 18, 2012 Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Place: Red Lake Fitness Center Middle Room Call Balancing Our Lifestyles for questions at 679-4144...

 

2 More Native Mob Arrests in NE Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS - Authorities say the manhunt is over for two Native Mob members, but one man is still at large. 33-year-old Wakinyan Wakan McArthur of Bemidji and 24-year-old Christopher Lee Wuori of Cass Lake among 24 suspected Native Mob members charged last week in a racketeering indictment. Federal prosecutors allege the Native Mob members used violence and intimidation to...

 

REVISITING A WAR THAT CHANGED MINNESOTA AND THE UPPER MIDWEST FOREVER

ST. PAUL (March 2012)—Throughout this year, the Minnesota Historical Society will offer many new ways to learn about the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862, how it shaped the state and the Upper Midwest, and how its bitter consequences are still felt today. “No series of events in Minnesota history is as important as the chain of...

 

Update on Century Link construction project - 15th St NW and Irvine Ave NW

Century Link will be working in a utility manhole in the NE Quadrant of 15th Street & Irvine Avenue. The work will begin tonight (March 13, 2012) at 10pm and go until 6am tomorrow morning. They will also be working in the same location on March 14, 2012 from 10pm and go until 6am the following morning. The intersection will remain open for traffic, but there will be a couple...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – March 14, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – March 14, 2012 Romney predicts 'doom' from brokered convention Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney says if a GOP ... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=19601&L=11804&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Most Miss., Ala. voters think Obama is Muslim A new Public Policy Poll finds that a majority...

 

Cass Lake-Bena falls to Fosston on last-second 3-pointer

Kyle Arneson sank a desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer to lead Fosston to a 62-59 victory over Cass Lake-Bena in Tuesday’s East Sub-Section 8A championship game at the REA in Thief River Falls. Caleb Fisher had tied the game 59-59 with 10 seconds to play when he sank one of his two free throw attempts. The Greyhounds quickly moved the ball down court but in the waning...

 

Organized 'cash mobs’ give local businesses a cash infusion

Move over, flash mobs. "Cash mobs" have arrived in Minnesota -- folks who flock en masse to a designated small business, spend some cash and spread good will....

 

Minnesota legislators lose taste for statewide wellness campaign

An ambitious program intended to help Minnesotans slim down, eat nutritious food and ditch unhealthy habits is losing momentum and financial support, and officials caution that a goal of saving nearly $1.9 billion in future health care costs is slipping out of reach....

 

Slow sap flow: sticky situation

As Lon Navis and I jawboned the other day in preparation for spring sugaring, missing in the woods surrounding us were the deeply packed snowdrifts that signal a good season for sap gathering. Instead, like patchwork, snow lay only scattered among the maples, leaving the forest floor mostly bare and almost dry....

 

Zebra mussel inspections could prove very costly

The state is looking at a range of scenarios for protecting lakes from the spread of zebra mussels, including a plan that would have state inspectors tag boats as clean or potentially contaminated based on which lakes they've been frequenting....

 

Decrying federal ‘bully tactics,’ B.C. natives vow to block pipeline

Ottawa is headed for a legal showdown with British Columbia first nations if it insists on proceeding with the Northern Gateway pipeline, the leader of the Yinka Dene Alliance warns....

 

Kahnawake seeks Quebec's help in organized crime fight

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake is seeking the help of the Quebec public security ministry to help its Peacekeepers fight organized crime in the aboriginal territory near Châteauguay, Que....

 

The White House endorses a bill that would empower Native American Tribes

Washington, D.C.— Natural Disasters can hit a community without notice, but one legislation HR 2903 hopes to empower Indigenous Nations an easier way to request disaster relief funds directly from the President of the United States, not the state governors. This would be a step toward control and oversight of the effected area, should a natural disaster occur on a...

 

Health beat: When rise in health coverage isn't good

After 17 years tracking Minnesota's health trends through the state Health Access Survey, University of Minnesota researcher Kathleen Call thought she had found a reason to celebrate in some otherwise dismal results released earlier this week....

 

Navajo Nation warns residents against Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

FARMINGTON — Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, a serious and sometimes fatal disease transmitted by ticks, is reportedly becoming a concern on the Navajo Nation....

 

Fry Bread House in Phoenix wins James Beard award

Cecelia Miller of the Tohono O'odham Nation opened her first Fry Bread House in 1992, using the same fry-bread recipes and techniques she learned as a child. Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/news/articles/2012/03/13/20120313fry-bread-house-phoenix-wins-james-beard-award.html#ixzz1p5zOoC49...

 

Federal agency will let Wyoming tribe kill eagles

Federal court records show the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to give an American Indian tribe in Wyoming a permit to kill two bald eagles this year for religious purposes. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2012/03/13/national/a135738D62.DTL#ixzz1p61FuWkR...

 

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