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Articles from the April 18, 2012 edition

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Red Lake Girls Softball Action with Cass Lake on April 17, 2012

Red Lake Girls Softball Action with Cass Lake on April 17, 2012...

 

Red Lake Girls Softball Action with Cass Lake on April 17, 2012 - P2

Red Lake Girls Softball Action with Cass Lake on April 17, 2012 - P2...

 

Red Lake Girls Softball Action with Cass Lake on April 17, 2012 - P3

Red Lake Girls Softball Action with Cass Lake on April 17, 2012 - P3...

 

Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt - P8

The Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt was held on Easter Sunday at noon at the Ponemah Pow-wow arena and softball field. The youth had a great afternoon hunting for eggs. We had over 300 youth in attendance and prizes consisting of 2 dirt bikes, 2 bikes, 2 scooters, 1 electric 4-wheeler, along with 32 gift cards (ranging from $100 down...

 

Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt - P9

The Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt was held on Easter Sunday at noon at the Ponemah Pow-wow arena and softball field. The youth had a great afternoon hunting for eggs. We had over 300 youth in attendance and prizes consisting of 2 dirt bikes, 2 bikes, 2 scooters, 1 electric 4-wheeler, along with 32 gift cards (ranging from $100 down...

 

Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt - P10

The Ponemah Easter Egg Hunt was held on Easter Sunday at noon at the Ponemah Pow-wow arena and softball field. The youth had a great afternoon hunting for eggs. We had over 300 youth in attendance and prizes consisting of 2 dirt bikes, 2 bikes, 2 scooters, 1 electric 4-wheeler, along with 32 gift cards (ranging from $100 down...

 

BSU Pow Wow of April 14, 2012 - P4

Dancers performed on April 14 and 15 (Saturday and Sunday) at the 39th annual Bemidji State University Council of Indian Students powwow at the John Glas Fieldhouse. Two grand entries were held Saturday and another at 1 p.m. Sunday. The host drum group for this year’s powwow is the T.C. Boyz....

 

BSU Pow Wow of April 14, 2012 - P5

Dancers performed on April 14 and 15 (Saturday and Sunday) at the 39th annual Bemidji State University Council of Indian Students powwow at the John Glas Fieldhouse. Two grand entries were held Saturday and another at 1 p.m. Sunday. The host drum group for this year’s powwow is the T.C. Boyz....

 

BSU Pow Wow of April 14, 2012 - P6

Dancers performed on April 14 and 15 (Saturday and Sunday) at the 39th annual Bemidji State University Council of Indian Students powwow at the John Glas Fieldhouse. Two grand entries were held Saturday and another at 1 p.m. Sunday. The host drum group for this year’s powwow is the T.C. Boyz....

 
 Events   

School of High Performance Basketball Skills Camps Red Lake High School

School of High Performance Basketball Skills Camps Red Lake High School Gym Free Registration For Red Lake Boys and Girls * Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Middle School and Under Group Check In 5:30 pm, Session from 6 to 7:30 pm * High School Group Check In 7:30 pm, Session from 7:45 to 9:15 pm * Session Focus: Versatile Point Guard Skill Development Instructor: Bryce Tesdahl,...

 

Dakotah! Hosts Tenth Indoor Triathlon

Prior Lake, MN – Dakotah! Sport and Fitness hosted its tenth indoor triathlon on Saturday, April 14, 2012. Since the event was held indoors, the competition was structured differently than a typical triathlon. The events were timed, and total distances were calculated. Participants were judged on their total adjusted time based upon the farthest distance completed in the swim...

 

Minn. Senate passes fireworks bill

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesotans are one step closer to legally buying and shooting off a wider range of fireworks this summer....

 

GED graduates receive diplomas

The following individuals received a GED diploma for 2011-12 (some graduates asked not to have their names published): Chris Aguillo, David Anderson, Kristina Andrew, Tammy Atkinson, Tegina Baltazar, Sonnie Barrett, Chelsea Batchelder, Gabriel Beauleau, Brandon Beaulieu, Tyler Bergkamp, Francis Brun III, Rachel Cassady, Ryan...

 

Red Cross helping family who lost home

REDBY – A family of eight, including two children, is being assisted by the North Star Chapter of the American Red Cross after a fire destroyed their home Saturday. The Red Cross is assisting the family with financial assistance for food and clothing. Emergency housing is being provided by the Red Lake Nation. Red Cross disaster relief includes emergency lodging, food,...

 

Beltrami County plans efforts against distracted driving

BEMIDJI – The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office plans extra enforcement Thursday in an effort to reduce distracted driving. Driver distraction is a leading crash factor in Minnesota, accounting for around 20 percent of all crashes annually, resulting in at least 70 deaths and 350 injuries, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic...

 

Duluth man drives woman to airport in taxi, allegedly burglarizes her home

A former newspaper carrier accused last year of using his knowledge of when homeowners were on vacation to burglarize their homes has been criminally charged with burglary again....

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - April 17, 2012

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - April 17, 2012 Attorney General Holder and Secretary Salazar Announce $1 Billion Settlement of Tribal Trust Accounting and Management Lawsuits Filed by More Than 40 Tribes On Wednesday, April 11, 2012, Attorney General Eric Holder and Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced the settlement of lawsuits filed by 41 federally-recognized tribes against...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – April 18, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – April 18, 2012 Agents, military brought 21 women to Colombia hotel Secret Service agents and members of the U.S. military brought ... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=26757&L=13910&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Obama law denies credit to stay-at-home spouses A stay-at-home parent without a...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    April 18, 2012

CL-B baseball team drops first two games

Cass Lake-Bena dropped its first two baseball games of the spring and saw its Tuesday home game against Pine River-Backus postponed until May 4 when it will be the second half of a doubleheader at Pine River. The Panthers will shoot for their first win today when they head to Deer River. The busy week also includes Thursday’s contest at Red Lake and Friday’s game at...

 

I-35E toll-lane plans zoom ahead in Minn. Senate

A major expansion of the MnPASS electronic toll system advanced Tuesday in the state Senate despite some legislators' objections to charging more motorists to drive in the fast lanes....

 

Teetering on bankruptcy, Postal Service's fate debated as Senate considers temp cash infusion

WASHINGTON - With big postal cuts looming, the Senate is deciding whether to stabilize the ailing U.S. Postal Service with a short-term cash infusion while delaying most decisions on closing post offices and ending Saturday mail delivery by requiring further review....

 

Dayton, legislative leaders seek session exit strategy

Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders began an intensive search for end-of-session agreements on Tuesday, hoping they can find enough common ground to finish the 2012 session without the historic rancor of 2011....

 

Sixth graders: Give us time to eat at school

In the Minneapolis public schools, we are supposed to have 15 minutes to eat, which would be bad enough. But realistically we get only 10 to 11 minutes (we have been timing it). Having to rush to eat is part of the reason for the obesity epidemic, eating disorders, indigestion and kids not doing well in school. There is research that proves all of these points. Kids just need...

 

Cherokee Nation Tribal Council passes shield law

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation is now one of the first tribes in the country to offer journalists protection from revealing their sources, thanks to a shield law adopted unanimously by the Tribal Council at its April meeting....

 

A tribally funded free press

On the Spirit Lake reservation, says a senior clinical psychologist, services “are mired in mismanagement that endangers abused and neglected children,” Sunday’s Herald reported....

 

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