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Articles from the April 27, 2012 edition

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Rael CarlyJean Fisherman

Rael CarlyJean Fisherman, 2, of Cass Lake, MN, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, April 23, 2012 in Cass Lake. Rael loved puppies, her babies, playing outside, spending time her grandma Carol, playing with her brother and looking out for him. She was preceded in death by her brother; Syrai Blue, grandpa; Silas “Jake” Blue,...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 27, 2012

Groundbreaking Ceremony held for new Red Lake Skate Park - P10

It took a few years, a lot of planning and a lot of patience by skateboarders, but Red Lake will soon have a beautiful skate park located along the main street of Red Lake and near the High School. Skateboarders currently utilized part of the Red Lake High School parking lot for their skateboarding. In just a few more months...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 27, 2012

Groundbreaking Ceremony held for new Red Lake Skate Park - P11

It took a few years, a lot of planning and a lot of patience by skateboarders, but Red Lake will soon have a beautiful skate park located along the main street of Red Lake and near the High School. Skateboarders currently utilized part of the Red Lake High School parking lot for their skateboarding. In just a few more months...

 

Red Lake Warriors downed by Lake of the Woods at home

Red Lake downed by Lake of the Woods on Friday, April 20, 2012....

 

Red Lake Warriors downed by Lake of the Woods at home - P2

Red Lake downed by Lake of the Woods on Friday, April 20, 2012....

 

Red Lake Warriors downed by Lake of the Woods at home - P3

Red Lake downed by Lake of the Woods on Friday, April 20, 2012....

 

Red Lake girls hosts Laporte - P3

Red Lake girls hosted Laporte on Friday, April 20, 2012....

 

Red Lake girls hosts Laporte - P4

Red Lake girls hosted Laporte on Friday, April 20, 2012....

 

Red Lake girls hosts Laporte - P5

Red Lake girls hosted Laporte on Friday, April 20, 2012....

 
 By Tom Robertson    News    April 27, 2012

Red Lake tribal officials seek uses for juvenile detention center

BEMIDJI – Red Lake tribal officials say they’re frustrated over a funding dispute that has left a juvenile detention center empty and unused since it was built by the federal government seven years ago. The $2 million juvenile center sits behind the tribe’s main criminal justice complex in Red Lake. A 13,000-square-foot building paid for by the U.S. Department of Justice,...

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    April 27, 2012

6th Annual Youth Leadership Conference at Red Lake - P3

Hundreds of young people attended the Sixth Annual Red Lake Youth Leadership Conference held Tuesday through Thursday, March 27-29, 2012 at Red Lake High School. The conference theme this year was "Miikanaakeyang Giniigaanayi'iiminaan" (Making a Path for Our Future). On Tuesday, the first day of the conference, motivational...

 

Health Screenings available at the Red Lake Hospital

According to the American Cancer Society for Breast Cancer: How many cases and deaths are estimated to occur in 2011? In 2011, an estimated 230,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed among women, as well as an estimated 57,650 additional cases of in situ breast cancer. In 2011, approximately 39,520 women are...

 
 Events   

Helen Needham Memorial Dinner - Saturday April 28 2012

In Loving Memory of Helen Marie Needham 3/31/35 – 4/25/11 “You Meant so Much” You meant so much to all of us You were special and that’s no lie You brightened up the darkest day And the cloudiest sky Your smile alone warmed hearts Your laugh was like music to hear I would give absolutely anything To have you well and...

 

2010 Census Shows Interracial and Interethnic Married Couples Grew by 28 Percent over Decade

The U.S. Census Bureau today released a 2010 Census brief, "Households and Families: 2010" [ http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-14.pdf ], that showed interracial or interethnic opposite-sex married couple households grew by 28 percent over the decade from 7 percent in 2000 to 10 percent in 2010. States with higher percentages of couples of a different race or...

 

Salazar, Jarvis Announce Proposal to Establish Nation’s First Tribal National Park in Badlands

BADLANDS NATIONAL PARK, S.D. — Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis today announced the release of the final General Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement for the South Unit of Badlands National Park, recommending the establishment of the nation’s first tribal national park in partnership with the Oglala Sioux Tribe....

 

My Hero In Red Lake

I have many heroes in Red Lake, some great, some small, but I would like to write about the one who I think exemplifies the best qualities found in true Red Lakers. Maydwaygwanonind or He Who Is Spoken To His Anishinabe name was Mādwāgwănōnĭnd. His translated name is “He Who Is Spoken To”. The funny thing is,...

 
 Events   

Region 2 Arts Council Sponsors Puppetry 101 Workshop

Join puppeteer Margaret Burger of Fortuna Puppet Theatre to learn the ground rules for basic rod puppet manipulation through direct practice and feedback. An amazing amount of expression can be achieved from this simple puppet that is manipulated with a rod on the head and on one arm. Watch your skills with your puppet develop through improvisation and simple storylines. The...

 

BHS principal receives recognition

BEMIDJI – Brent Colligan, assistant principal at Bemidji High School, has been named the 2012 Northern Division Assistant Principal of the Year by the Minnesota Association of Secondary School Principals. This is Colligan’s second year at BHS. He is a graduate of the Minnesota Principals’ Academy, is a certified instructor with the Crisis Prevention Institute and has...

 

REMARKS AS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY BY DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL JAMES M. COLE

BISMARCK, N.D. Thank you, Tim, for that generous introduction, and for the strong commitment you and the entire federal team here in North Dakota bring to the Department's work in Indian country. It is an honor to join all of you today to discuss our shared goal of ensuring tribal justice and public safety, which are top priorities for the Department of Justice. It was vitally...

 

Beltrami County Highway department spring weight restrictions

The Beltrami County Highway department has released the spring weight restrictions on the southernmost portion of the county's gravel roads. The gravel roads south of County State Aid Highway 22 were released as of, Friday April 20, 2012. The gravel roads north of and including the gravel portion of CSAH 22 will remain in effect until further notice. Restrictions on all...

 

Senate Passes VAWA, Including Protections for Native Women

Washington, DC - Today, in a significant step forward for protection of Native women, the U.S. Senate passed S. 1925, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization of 2012. Title IX will address the epidemic of violence perpetrated against American Indian and Alaska Native women by restoring concurrent tribal criminal jurisdiction over all persons who commit...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – April 27, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – April 27, 2012 Debtor wins $10m suit against collection agency In a twist of irony, a West Virginia woman is trying to collect... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=28651&L=14475&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Soros-funded group exploits Catholic label for left The self-described “Catholic” group...

 

Vilsack Announces Support for Small, Socially Disadvantaged Agricultural Producers and Cooperatives to Create Jobs, Boost Local Economies

WASHINGTON, April 26, 2012 — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA is accepting grant applications to assist small, socially disadvantaged agricultural producers and cooperatives in rural areas to spur job creation. "The funding we are announcing today represents USDA's continuing investment in providing small business owners with the assistance they...

 

Keeping mail service dependent on feedback

BEMIDJI – Sen. Al Franken is optimistic that the Postal Reform Bill should pass the House, allowing the Bemidji processing center to remain open and ensuring overnight delivery for local mail....

 

House votes to end seniority-based layoffs for Minn. teachers

The Minnesota House gave final approval Thursday night to a hotly-contested bill that seeks to end seniority-based layoffs for teachers – what is known as “last in, first out.” The House voted 70-61 to approve the bill, which awaits final action in the Senate. DFL Gov. Mark Dayton opposes the bill and has promised to veto it. Under the bill, beginning in the 2016-17...

 

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