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Articles from the March 22, 2012 edition

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Roberta "Zhooni Yaa Kwe" Rosebear

Roberta Ann Rosebear “Zhooni Yaa Kwe”, 59, of Ponemah, MN died Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at the Red Lake Hospital. “She was from the Kingfisher Clan”. Traditional services will be 10:00 a.m., Sunday, March 25, 2012 at the Ponemah Community Center with Greg Kingbird officiating. A wake will begin Friday, March 23, 2012...

 
 By Tim Leighton    Sports    March 22, 2012

Minnesota boys basketball top 100: The 20 best players in state tournament history

Seven time zones away in Croatia, Khalid El-Amin can still see the rainbow shot that looked like it was headed for the ceiling of the old St. Paul Civic Center. His desperation three-pointer from well beyond the arc fell from the heavens and into the hoop just after the final horn to give his Minneapolis North boys basketball...

 

Wilkens faces sexual assault charges

MINNEAPOLIS – A 59-year-old Grygla man is accused of sexually abusing a girl under the age of 12 while on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Dean Earl Wilkens was indicted Wednesday in federal court in Minneapolis with three counts of aggravated sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12. Court papers accuse Wilkens engaged in a sexual act with the girl three times between...

 

Jones faces charge for stabbing

A 21-year-old Ponemah man accused of stabbing a man last year on the Red Lake Indian Reservation was indicted today in federal court. Court papers charge Randall Dean Jones with one count of assault with a dangerous weapon stemming from an incident last June 18. According to an affidavit filed in the case, police were called to a residence following an assault. The victim, who...

 

Teaching Ojibwe Foods at Red Lake Elementary School

Teaching Ojibwe Foods at Red Lake Elementary School...

 

Teaching Ojibwe Foods at Red Lake Elementary School - P2

Teaching Ojibwe Foods at Red Lake Elementary School - P2...

 

Teaching Ojibwe Foods at Red Lake Elementary School - P3

Teaching Ojibwe Foods at Red Lake Elementary School - P3...

 

Teaching Ojibwe Foods at Red Lake Elementary School - P4

Teaching Ojibwe Foods at Red Lake Elementary School - P4...

 

New Research Cites Meth Project Ads as Effective II

PALO ALTO, Calif.—March 7, 2012—A new study published in the Journal of Marketing Research has cited the Meth Project's advertising as effective in deterring substance abuse. The new study, by researchers at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, compared different types of advertisements—ads that...

 

The 2012 Bemidji softball season

The season is set to begin May 7th and there will be an organizational meeting on March 29th starting at 7pm and at The Bemidji City Hall. This meeting will be of ultimate importance to those that are interested in organizing a co-ed league as we will have to choose between a Friday or Sunday night league. So please pass the word to anyone that may be interested in forming a...

 
 By Gary Zimmer    News    March 22, 2012

MINNESOTA RECORDS FIRST DEATH FROM TICK-BORNE (deer tick) POWASSAN VIRUS

A woman from northern Minnesota has died from a brain infection due to Powassan (POW) virus. This is the first death in the state attributed to the disease. One other POW case has been identified this year in Minnesota, in an Anoka County man who was hospitalized with a brain infection and is now recovering. POW virus is...

 

Nola Parkhurst Family Thank You

THANK YOU…. We wish to express our sincere gratitude for the kindness, love and support given to us during the loss of our mother, daughter, & sister; Nola Parkhurst. We would like to thank all the friends and family for being there and to Anna Gibbs, Ty Stately, Ben Bonga, the drum group, the cooks in the kitchen for helping us during this most difficult time. Thank you...

 

USDA Seeks Applications to Spur Job Creation, Economic Growth in Rural Areas

WASHINGTON, March 21, 2012 ? Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that USDA is seeking applications for grants to help rural businesses create jobs and spur economic development. "This funding is part of the Obama administration's commitment to using existing federal resources to foster regional innovation, create sustainable jobs and help ensure long-term...

 

2010 Census Shows Asians are Fastest-Growing Race Group

The U.S. Census Bureau today released a 2010 Census brief, "The Asian Population: 2010" [ http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-11.pdf ]" "[PDF], that shows the Asian population grew faster than any other race group over the last decade. The population that identified as Asian, either alone or in combination with one or more other races, grew by 45.6 percent from...

 

JUSTICE AND INTERIOR DEPARTMENTS LAUNCH NATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING INITIATIVE IN CHEROKEE NATION

CATOOSA, Okla. – The Justice and Interior Departments today completed the first in a series of national level training courses, “Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country” (CJIC) to strengthen the ability of tribal and local law enforcement to participate in the investigation and enforcement of federal crimes in Indian country, fulfilling a key training requirement under...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton to Hold Prescribed Burns

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community conducts prescribed burns on reservation lands each fall and spring as a prairie management tool. Burns are conducted after the snow melts, but before the grass is green to help manage invasive species and replicate natural conditions to encourage native species growth. A secondary benefit is to help prevent...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – March 22, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – March 22, 2012 ICE releases suspected child rapist A suspected child rapist, Amado Espinosa-Ramirez, was released ... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=21577&L=12323&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- France shooter tied to al Qaeda, trained in Pakistan French prosecutor Francois Molins told reporters...

 
 By Monte Draper    News    March 22, 2012

Professional chef offers tips for Native American cuisine

BEMIDJI – Freddie Bitsoie puts on quite a show. And he has plenty of advice about food. “A good cook knows how to season food, salt is not needed on the table,” said Bitsoie, a professional chef who provided private cooking lessons Wednesday to eight members of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Council Education Program...

 

Fosston’s return to Class A state tournament caught many people by surprise

FOSSTON — The naysayers have been proven wrong. Fosston is heading to the Minnesota Class A boys basketball tournament for the second consecutive season. The Greyhounds entered last season with high expectations and wound up getting to the state tournament for the first time since 1921. But this season’s Section 8A repeat championship wasn’t as anticip...

 

Is it last call for Minn. legislators' free ride on DWIs?

A group of outraged Minnesota college students is on the verge of scuttling an age-old perk at the Capitol....

 

Feds allege construction fraud cheated Thunder Valley tribe

An audacious fraud scheme that targeted the owners of the Thunder Valley Casino may have garnered three men more than $18.6 million, the federal government claims as it moves to seize dozens of properties from the trio. Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/03/22/4357424/feds-allege-construction-fraud.html#storylink=cpy...

 

Feds move to seize assets allegedly scammed from Auburn tribe

Federal agents are moving to seize 32 properties stretching from Sacramento to Hawaii to San Diego in an alleged kickback and money laundering scheme that they say drained $18 million from the coffers of the tribe that runs the Thunder Valley Casino in Lincoln. Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/crime/archives/2012/03/feds-move-to-seize-assets-allegedly...

 

$6.6-billion First Nations refinery rejected by Alberta government

The province of Alberta has rejected a $6.6 billion-dollar proposal for a First Nations-owned bitumen refinery....

 

DNR, tribe reach deal on walleye spearing limit

The state and the Lac du Flambeau band of Lake Superior Chippewa have reached a deal that keeps a three-walleye daily bag limit on most lakes where tribal members exercise their treaty rights to spear fish....

 

Oneida Indian Nation Police training combats methamphetamine epidemic

CANASTOTA — Even though there haven’t been any meth labs discovered on its tribal lands, the Oneida Indian Nation Police hosted a two-day training on the national epidemic for its officers and four other police agencies Tuesday and Wednesday....

 

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