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Red Lake Transit driver, Jeff Iceman, places third at national competition

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Jeff Iceman, a bus driver for Red Lake Transit, placed third at the National Tribal Transit Roadeo here this past weekend. The National Tribal Transit Roadeo is a dual event featuring tribal transit operators from the U.S. and the Arizona rural public transit systems. This year’s roadeo featured a course...

 

Red Lake man gets 40-year prison term

MINNEAPOLIS – A 30-year-old Red Lake man was sentenced today for sexually abusing a woman while on the Red Lake Indian Reservation last year. Douglas Wayne Tarnow was ordered by U.S. District Court Chief Judge Michael J. Davis to spend 40 years in prison on one count of aggravated sexual abuse. According to the indictment and the evidence presented at trial, Tarnow caused...

 

Fifth Grade Ski Trip 2012

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Fifth Grade Ski Trip 2012 - P2

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Fifth Grade Ski Trip 2012 - P3

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Methamphetamine III

About Methamphetamine Methamphetamine is a highly addictive synthetic stimulant that affects the pleasure centers of the brain. It is considered one of the most highly addictive substances known. Methamphetamine abuse leads to devastating medical, psychological, and social consequences. Adverse health effects include memory...

 

Red Lake DNR - Spring Newsletter 2012

Red Lake DNR - Spring Newsletter 2012 http://www.redlakednr.org/index.html...

 

Man charged with murder for stabbing death of Walker man

WALKER – A 22-year-old man died after being fatally stabbed near here. Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch said deputies responded to a report of a stabbing about 10:15 p.m. Wednesday in the Onigum area. A news release said deputies found the man had been stabbed. The man later died while being transported to a hospital. Sheldon...

 
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Red Lake High School Pow Wow & Hand drum contest - Friday, March 23rd, 2012 - 1:00- 3:00 p.m.

Red Lake High School Pow Wow & Hand drum contest Friday, March 23rd, 2012 - 1:00- 3:00 p.m. Red Lake high School Gymnasium Families~Community~Dancers Welcome! “Drum, Dance, Song” Our history is our tradition Hand drum registration: James Cloud/Lisa Whitefeather 554-7425 (Ponemah Outpatient)...

 

Law could lead to federal prosecutions of reservation crime

ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Some Native American tribes in Minnesota are hoping a relatively new federal law will help reduce high reservation crime rates. The Tribal Law and Order Act would allow for more federal prosecutions of reservation crimes. But some county prosecutors aren't eager to have federal officials handle cases that have traditionally been theirs. Justice Department...

 
 By Anne Williams    News    March 23, 2012

Top U.S. math teams hail from Bemidji

BEMIDJI – Eighth-graders at Bemidji Middle School are making a name for their school. After competing on March 7 in World Maths Day, an online math competition, two teams from the middle school placed first and second in the United States in the 11-13 age bracket. “Team 13” had 33,894 correct answers and finished 21st in...

 

CERTIFICATION WORKER - RED LAKE FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT CERTIFICATION WORKER FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM Open: March 21, 2012 Closes: April 4, 2012 PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: Responsible for providing administrative secretarial support services for the Red Lake Food Distribution Program. This position has no supervisory responsibilities. Full-time position with benefits; r...

 

Seasonal burning restrictions go into effect on Monday, March 26, 2012

Seasonal burning restrictions go into effect on Monday, March 26, 2012 State of Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Bemidji Forestry Area To: Fire Wardens and Cooperators March 21, 2012 Burning restrictions will begin on Monday, March 26, 2012, in all Bemidji Area counties except for Red Lake and West Polk (west of County 6 & north of State Hwy 92), which are not restrict...

 
 By Dave Olson    News    March 23, 2012

Maple syrup sees low output

CALLAWAY – In a good year, JoDan Rousu and his extended family can expect to get more than 200 gallons of refined maple syrup out of the family’s maple tree farm near here. This is not a good year. “We’ve been producing maple sugar commercially for 40-plus years, and this is quite possibly the strangest season we’ve ev...

 

Teen hospitalized after hit by vehicle near Cass Lake

CASS LAKE – A 17-year-old pedestrian is hospitalized in critical condition after being struck by a car northwest of here Wednesday night. The Minnesota State Patrol said the pedestrian was in the northbound lane of County Road 75 when a 2002 Ford Taurus struck the teen. The patrol received a call about the incident at 9:18 p.m. The Taurus, driven by Sharon Northbird of Cass...

 

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: May 2012

In 1978, a joint congressional resolution established Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week. The first 10 days of May were chosen to coincide with two important milestones in Asian/Pacific American history: the arrival in the United States of the first Japanese immigrants (May 7, 1843) and contributions of Chinese workers to the building of the transcontinental railroad,...

 

Census Bureau Releases New Race and Ethnic Demographic Information from the 2010 Census for Idaho, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin

The U.S. Census Bureau today released new, detailed demographic information from the 2010 Census for up to 331 different race and ethnic groups down to the census tract level for Idaho, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin. These Summary File 2 tables add a new layer of detail to the population and housing topics released last year from the 2010 Census. Information, such as age,...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – March 23, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – March 23, 2012 U.S. intel: Water may be next tool of terrorism Beyond 2022, the use of water as a weapon of war or a tool of ... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=21782&L=12396&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- U.N. watchdog starts nuclear talks with N. Korea The U.N. nuclear watchdog said Thursday it...

 

Fosston falls to Southwest Minnesota Christian at state

MINNEAPOLIS – Much can change in seven minutes. The Fosston High School boys basketball team opened the first seven minutes with an 8-2 lead after forcing a few turnovers. What happened in the next seven minutes at Williams Arena was quite the opposite....

 

Proposal to require photo ID of voters heads to Senate floor; already passed in House

A push to require Minnesota residents to show photo ID before they vote is on the verge of clearing one of its last major hurdles....

 

Panel agrees: No DWI immunity for Minnesota lawmakers

Approving a measure that makes clear legislators have no immunity from drunken driving charges, some lawmakers on Thursday speculated whether they should go further and jettison legislative immunity entirely....

 

FIVE MEMORABLE MOMENTS IN MINNESOTA H.S. BASKETBALL

FIVE MEMORABLE MOMENTS 1 Hopkins guard Blake Hoffarber's "rump shot" -- a two-handed heave from just inside the three-point line while sitting on the court -- sends the 2005 Class 4A title game against Eastview into a second overtime. The Royals then outscored the Lightning 13-2 to win 71-60. 2 St. James guard Jeff Nessler drains a buzzer-beating 40-foot shot to topple Melrose...

 

SAN DIEGO: Pala membership dispute argued in court

If the federal government doesn't step in quickly, members of a family expelled from the Pala Band of Mission Indians are likely to lose their homes, jobs, income and health care, according to a lawyer for about 60 people removed from the North County tribe. Read more: http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/fallbrook/san-diego-pala-membership-dispute-argued-in-co...

 

“Death was a constant companion”: residential school and Holocaust survivors share their stories

Dean Linklater is a residential school survivor, one of many at a recent event in Winnipeg where survivors of the Holocaust and of the residential school system shared their stories of pain and healing....

 

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