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Articles from the April 11, 2014 edition

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 By David Manuel    News    April 11, 2014

Ponemah Head Start and Elementary Science Classes at the Sugar Bush in Ponemah

Ponemah Head Start and Elementary Science Classes at the Sugar Bush in Ponemah. They did a great job collecting sap and got a taste of maple sugar cakes....

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    April 11, 2014

Candidates Certified for Red Lake Tribal Election

Thirty-three candidates filed for three officer positions and four district representative seats on the Red Lake Tribal Council, and that same number were certified by the Red Lake Tribal Council at its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. The deadline for filing was Saturday, March 15, 2014. Candidates for tribal...

 

Area baseball: Blackduck seeks third straight trip to state tournament

BLACKDUCK - The Blackduck baseball team made an appearance at the state tournament the past two years and the Drakes are expecting nothing less than a return trip in 2014. Leading the Drakes this year will be the four senior captains: Jake Krabbenhoft, Matthew Patch, Dylan Dexter and Colton Bales. Krabbenhoft will be at...

 
 By David Manuel    News    April 11, 2014

This week at the Sugar Bush in Ponemah - P4

More visitors at the sugar bush in Ponemah last week. Red Lake Traditional Foods on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/384504271580246/744936738870329/?comment_id=745120708851932¬if_t=like...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    April 11, 2014

BSU Pow Wow held weekend of April 4, 2014 - P7

BSU Pow Wow held weekend of April 4, 2014 - P7...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    April 11, 2014

BSU Pow Wow held weekend of April 4, 2014 - P8

BSU Pow Wow held weekend of April 4, 2014 - P8...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    April 11, 2014

BSU Pow Wow held weekend of April 4, 2014 - P9

BSU Pow Wow held weekend of April 4, 2014 - P9...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    April 11, 2014

BSU Pow Wow held weekend of April 4, 2014 - P10

BSU Pow Wow held weekend of April 4, 2014 - P10...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 11, 2014

Fourth Annual Elder's Gathering held in Red Lake - P40

There were at least 400 Elders that attended Red Lake's Fourth Annual Elder Gathering at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Monday, March 31, 2014. It all began with registration and breakfast, followed by the Opening Ceremony with Spiritual Elder Eugene Stillday, the Red Lake Nation Color Guard, drum group Young Kingbird led...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 11, 2014

Fourth Annual Elder's Gathering held in Red Lake - P41

There were at least 400 Elders that attended Red Lake's Fourth Annual Elder Gathering at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Monday, March 31, 2014. It all began with registration and breakfast, followed by the Opening Ceremony with Spiritual Elder Eugene Stillday, the Red Lake Nation Color Guard, drum group Young Kingbird led...

 

UPPER PLAINS AND WOODLANDS FELLOWSHIP FOR TRADITIONAL AND VISUAL ARTISTS

VANCOUVER, Wash., (April 10, 2014) – Regalia makers, beadwork artists, photographers, painters, sculptors and other American Indian traditional and visual artists living in North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota or Wisconsin are invited by the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) to apply for an NACF Regional Artist Fellowship by July 10. The fellowship available to...

 
 Events   

DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES - May 5th-7th - 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES May 5th-7th - 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Please sign up with your Case Manager or in the Career Development room. This class is for anyone over 18 years old. Wendy J- 679-3350 Ext.130...

 
 Events   

Redby District Campaign Forum - April 24, 2014 - 6 PM

Attention Redby District Band Members Candidate Forum April 24th 6pm - Redby Community Center For more information please contact the Redby Community Center 218-679-5924 ALL DISTRICT RESIDENTS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND...

 

House passes bill to increase the minimum wage

St Paul, MN – Today, the House passed a bill to increase the state’s minimum wage to $9.50 by 2016. The minimum wage will also be increased to inflation starting in 2018 to ensure the value of the minimum wage does not fall over time. To accommodate concerns raised by small businesses, there will also a lower rate of $7.75 for employees of small businesses and for workers...

 

Assistant Secretary Washburn Announces Next Listening Sessions on BIA Indian Child Welfare Act Guidelines for State Courts

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn today announced that his office will hold the next set of Listening Sessions on the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ (BIA) Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) Guidelines for State Courts on Tuesday, April 15, 2014, at the National Indian Child Welfare Association annual conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and...

 

USDA Re-establishes Council for Native Farming & Ranching, Seeks Member Nominations

USDA Re-establishes Council for Native Farming & Ranching, Seeks Member Nominations The U.S. Department of Agriculture has re-established the Council for Native American Farming and Ranching. The purpose of the council is to provide recommendations to the Secretary of Agriculture on how to eliminate barriers to Native American participation in Farm Service Agency farm-loan...

 

Assistant Secretary Washburn Approves Four HEARTH Act Applications to Help Spur Economic Development in Tribal Communities

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn today approved leasing regulations submitted by four federally recognized tribes, restoring their authority to control the leasing of their trust lands and promoting their self-determination and economic development. This streamlined process for restoring tribal leasing authority is consistent with the...

 

Not so fast, spring; Cooler temps, precip in weekend forecast

BEMIDJI — The recent warming trend for the Bemidji area will cool off a bit this weekend....

 
 By Crystal Dey    News    April 11, 2014

Bemidji man serves 213 days for killing a man

BEMIDJI -- In the early morning hours on July 31 a man was killed in a hit and run accident. The man behind the wheel was sentenced in Beltrami County District Court Monday. Martin Erwin Ubert, 58, of Bemidji was sentenced for felony criminal vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident he caused to 13 months in the Minnesota Correctional Facility in St. Cloud. His...

 

Inmate may not do time for assaulting officers, proceeding with civil commitment

BEMIDJI -- The man who assaulted two corrections officers at the Beltrami County Jail last Friday may not face time for his crime....

 

Clyde Whitefeather

Clyde Whitefeather (August 2, 1938 - April 9, 2014) Clyde Whitefeather, 75, of Ponemah, MN, whose Indian name was "May-Ze-Ne-Gewa-Nay-Yaush" died on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 in Bemidji, MN. A wake will begin on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at the Ponemah Community Center in Ponemah, MN. Traditional services will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 14, 2014 at the Boys and Girls...

 

BSU student's film documents local culture; Headwaters Film Festival opens tonight

BEMIDJI — Emma Li was not satisfied sitting in classrooms and studying in the library during her time at Bemidji State University. She wanted to experience all that northern Minnesota has to offer....

 

DFL Rep. Persell has no challengers yet; GOP to pick Nolan challenger on Saturday

BEMIDJI — For the moment at least, Minnesota Rep. John Persell, DFL-Bemidji, appears safe for the 2014 elections....

 

Senate passes second tax bill, different from House measure

ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Senate on Thursday approved a second tax-cut bill that pretty much matches the total dollar number of tax breaks representatives approved earlier, but the two chambers go different routes to get there....

 

Legislature clarifies farmer market requirements

ST. PAUL —Minnesota’s food safety laws would be specifically tailored to address farmers markets under a bill headed to Gov. Mark Dayton’s desk....

 

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