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Articles from the May 3, 2011 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    News    May 3, 2011

National Junior Honor Society inducts new members

On Thursday, April 28, 2011, the Red Lake Junior Honor Society inducted six new members in a ceremony at the Red Lake High School Culture Room. The new inductees included Athena Cloud and Rhianna Cloud of the 8th grade; Breanna Goodrider of the 7th grade; and 6th graders Breanna Johnson, Robert McClain and Jayleen Sayers. The...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 3, 2011

Red Lake High School Prom 2011

The Red Lake High School Prom 2011 was held on Saturday, April 30th at the Red Lake Casino and Event Centers in Red Lake. Editor's note: All photographs taken are not available at this time, but will be in the near future. These that are on there now, may be rotated with others until all are available. You can also view the...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 3, 2011

Youth Leadership Conference 2011 held in Red Lake

The annual Youth Leadership Conference was held at the Red Lake High School Tuesday, April 26 through Thursday, April 28. Facilitated by Chance Rush, the conference began with opening ceremonies and the Little Bear Drum on Tuesday, followed by the welcome address by Red Lake Tribal Chairman Floyd "Buck" Jourdain, Spiritual...

 
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PONEMAH SCHOOL D.A.R.E. & G.R.E.A.T. GRADUATION ON MAY 20th

Friday, May 20th, 2011 at 10:00 A.M. at the Ponemah School Invocation Larry Stillday, Department of Public Safety Captain Kendall Kingbird, P-Town Boyz Drum Group & D.A.R.E. & G.R.E.A.T. Instructor Officer Kimberly Wood. 10:00 A.M. Graduation Ceremony!! Cake and beverages to be served. Special awards and certificates to be given! All communities invited!! Please come and show...

 
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Red Lake 7th Generation Tribal Mentoring Program Mentor Training & BBQ

When: May 14, 2011 9:00 am – Noon: - Current 7TH Generation Mentors Noon – 1:00 pm: BBQ & Door prizes for current and new mentors 1:00 – 5:00 pm: New 7th Generation Mentors Where: Family and Children’s Services Building What: 2nd Strong Circle of Relatives Training for current mentors and 1st Strong Circle of Relatives Training for new mentors Door Prizes for Mentors...

 
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Spring Pictures For Your Family by Image Photography

May 2, 2011 from 2:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M at New Beginnings in Redby Image Photography: 218-751-8308 1305 Bemidji Ave, Bemidji MN 56601...

 
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Seven Clans Casino-Warroad 2nd Annual Pow Wow - June 3-5, 2011

Seven Clans Casino-Warroad 2nd Annual Pow Wow - June 3-5, 2011...

 
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FREE Workshop for Businesses, Artists, and Non-Profits

Sponsored by Region 2 Arts Council Facilitated by Springboard for the Arts’ Artist Community Organizer, Jun-Li Wang Community Collaboration: Connecting over Creative Ideas that Build Community Your Choice between 2 Dates & 2 Locations! Friday, May 6, 4-8pm - Location: Northern Pines Camp, 20033 County Road 1, Park Rapids, MN - RSVP Required by Monday, May 2nd -OR- Friday,...

 
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RED LAKE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

The Red Lake Police Department is now accepting applications from members of the community to be involved in the Community Patrol Program. Participants will receive training in radio and law enforcement operations, community patrol techniques and will be certified as community patrol officers. This is an exciting opportunity to be actively involved in working with law...

 
 Jobs    May 3, 2011

Foster Care Families Needed for Red Lake Children and Youth

Foster Care Families Needed for Red Lake Children and Youth - Red Lake Family and Children Services...

 
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Equay Wiigamig (Women's Shelter) Talking Circles

Equay Wiigamig (Women's Shelter) Talking Circles...

 
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AMERICORPS DIABETES PREVENTION/EDUCATION KIDS CLUB

STARTING FEBRUARY 28TH 2011 THE 1ST 60 KIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED 1ST-5TH GRADE (7-11YRS OLD) 3-5 PM MONDAY & WEDNESDAY & 2-5 PM FRIDAY AT THE RED LAKE CENTER. LOTS OF FUN ACTIVITIES AND GAMES FOCUSED ON DIABETES PREVENTION. SNACKS WILL BE PROVIDED. PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED TO THOSE WHO PARTICIPATE IN KIDS CLUB. PERMISSION SLIPS MUST BE FILLED OUT FOR YOUTH. PARENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE...

 
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Ojibwe Language Gathering

Ambe shke Ojibwemodaadidaa Ojibwe Language Gathering Red Lake Nation College, Rm 300 Every Thursday 3:00 – 5:00 PM Come and speak Ojibwe with one another. Learn and teach together. Enjoy a night of working together in an effort to help revitalize our Ojibwemowin. All are welcome, all ages! Snacks & Refreshments provided...

 
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Traditional Teachings

Traditional Teachings “LITTLEROCK ROUNDHOUSE” TUESDAYS 6:00 9:30 P.M. Topics: OJIBWE LANGUAGE/CULTURE Presentors Frank Dickenson and Melvin Jones Info 218-679-3341...

 
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Minnesota Indigenous Youth Freedom Project

Summer Cohort Camps - Residential Camp and Workshops held at the University of Minnesota-Duluth July 17th- July 22nd, 2011- Leadership Gathering of Young Men July 31st- August 5th, 2011- Leadership Gathering for Young Women August 7th-August 12th, 2011-Leadership Gathering of Young Men August 14th-August 19th, 2011- Leadership Gathering of Young Women The Minnesota Indigenous...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    May 3, 2011

Red Lake upended by Blackduck 22-5

Blackduck passed a pair of stern tests last week and appears to be the team to beat in the area baseball scene. The Drakes enter this week’s action with an 11-0 record and the No. 11 ranking in the state’s Class A poll. They played at Kelliher-Northome Monday and host Nevis Thursday in a doubleheader. A week ago the Drakes...

 
 By Pat Miller    News    May 3, 2011

Area lakes test negative for PFCs

Walleyes swimming in nine of Minnesota’s top-10 walleye lakes displayed levels of perfluorooctain sulfonate (PFOS) that were either very low or undetectable, according to a report released by Minnesota Department of Health (MDDH) officials. The low levels suggest that the lakes, which include Leech, Cass, Upper Red and Winnie, have very little or no contamination from...

 

Sony says 25 million more accounts hacked in security breach ahead of PlayStation attack

NEW YORK - Sony Corp. said Monday that hackers may have taken personal information from an additional 24.6 million user accounts after a review of the recent PlayStation Network breach found an intrusion at a division that makes multiplayer online games....

 
 News    May 3, 2011

Fish in nine largest walleye lakes OK for PFCs

The results mean that advice on how much fish can be eaten safely from those walleye lakes will not be impacted by PFCs. The lakes tested include some of the most popular in the state and account for about 40 percent of the walleye harvest: Cass, Kabetogama, Lake of the Woods, Leech, Mille Lacs, Rainy, Upper Red Lake, Vermilion and Winnibigoshish....

 
 News    May 3, 2011

Another Indian Tribe Loses Claims Court Case

(CN) - Following its decision last week to block an Arizona tribe from suing in two separate courts over the same issue - even though neither court can individually provide the full relief that the tribe seeks - the Supreme Court sent another tribe from Oklahoma packing on Monday....

 

Commentary on “Confusion” and “Complexity” in Indian Law (Updated with Blake Watson Materials)

Much of Indian law is common law “made” by federal judges, and most especially the Supreme Court. As Peter Vicaire’s research demonstrates below, the Court has referred to its own common law as an “intricate web of judicially made Indian law”, but more often as a complex and confusing body of law....

 
 News    May 3, 2011

Weapon Used to Kill American Indians Now Arizona State Gun

On April 28, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed into law SB 1610, which designates the Colt .45 caliber handgun—a weapon that was used to kill many Indians, including women and children during the Indian Wars of the 19th century—to its roster of official artifacts. Ironically, this list includes turquoise, a gem used by many southwestern tribes and acclaimed by Navajos as...

 
 News    May 3, 2011

Quinault west of Olympia recalls all canned seafood over botulism fears

A company west of Olympia is recalling all of its canned seafood, from salmon to tuna to clams, over fears they could be fatal....

 

Native American group challenges hundreds of recall signatures

The Democratic Party of Wisconsin’s American Indian Caucus is challenging the validity of more than 400 signatures gathered in a recall effort against Democratic state Senator Jim Holperin....

 
 News    May 3, 2011

As Housing Shortage Worsens, Tribes Forced to Use FEMA Trailers

Lack of adequate housing on Native American tribal lands has become so critical that tribes have been acquiring mobile homes from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The shelters, meant to be utilized during disasters, are being converted into living quarters for Native American families....

 

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