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 By Michael Barrett    News    May 9, 2011

7 Sets of Twins at Red Lake Head Start

The Red Lake Head Start Program has had multiple sets of twins enrolled in their program over the years--as many as 4 sets. But this year they've had the most ever with seven of them. That's right, seven sets of twins are now currently enrolled in the Head Start Program. They are: Jacob and Joshua Anderson - Parents Melissa...

 

Red Lake Earth Day Fair 2011 - Part 2

The First Annual Red Lake Nation Earth Day Fair 2011 took place on Thursday, April 21st at the Red Lake Boys and Girls Club. This years theme was reduce, reuse, recycle and renew, and featured over 20 booths, which allowed for interaction to allow the community to learn of natural resource projects and services, all in the...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 9, 2011

Child Abuse Prevention Walk of April 27, 2011

The Annual Child Abuse Prevention Walk took place on April 27, 2011, and began with a walk from the junction of Highways 1 and 89, to the Reservation Boundary Line near the Red Lake Casino and Events Center. About 100 participants took part in the walk designed to bring awareness to preventing child abuse and was sponsored by...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 9, 2011

National Junior Honor Society inducts new members - Part 2

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...

 

Lunch time at Red Lake Head Start

Lunch time at Red Lake Head Start...

 
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Red Lake Nation Fishery Announcement

Red Lake Nation Fishery has a state of the art digital scale that we will be utilizing beginning on June 13th 2011. This scale is new technology that will help us keep better track of all fish weights. All registered anglers who are delivering fish to the Processing Plant at Redby and Ponemah Ice House are required to have a Red Lake Nation Tribal ID in order to weigh in their...

 
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Warrior Grill Lunch Specials

WARRIOR GRILL LUNCH SPECIALS 7 Clans Casino – Red Lake 11 am – 3 pm Dine in or take out WILD RICE SOUP – DAILY Weekly special for week of May 9th-13th Monday.........................Chicken strip salad 2 deep fried strips diced and on a bed of lettuce. Comes with tomatoes, shredded cheese, and sunflower seeds. Choice of dressing.....$5.95 Tuesday.............................

 
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Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials May 9, 2011 - May 15, 2011

Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials May 9, 2011 - May 15, 2011...

 

Delmer Staples

Delmer Joseph Staples, 74, of Cass Lake, died Thursday, May 5, 2011, at his home in Cass Lake. A wake will begin at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 7, and continue until the 1 p.m. service on Monday, May 9, all held at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cass Lake. Pallbearers will be Joseph Wilson, Benjamin White, Gordon Harrison, Mike H...

 
 By Molly Miron    News    May 9, 2011

Cass Lake man sentenced for attempted murder

William Earl Morris, 24, of Cass Lake, was sentenced Monday, March 2, in Cass County District Court for first-degree attempted pre-meditated murder. Judge John Smith sentenced Morris to 16 years in prison. Additionally, according to Cass County Attorney Christopher Strandlie, Morris was found in contempt of court and ordered to serve 60 days in custody following completion of h...

 

Red Lake Youth Basketball Tournament

Red Lake Youth Basketball Tournament...

 
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Community Health Representative Training

American Cancer Society Circle of LifeSM Cancer Education and Wellness for American Indian and Alaskan Native Communities Community Health Representative Training In Partnership with Sanford Health—Bemidji Tuesday, June 14 from 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at Sanford Health Service Building Classroom There is no cost for the training. Lunch will be provided. Topics: 1. Cancer Types...

 
 News    May 9, 2011

As Victor’s eventual retirement approaches, local youths launch fundraising effort for successor

Victor’s career in law enforcement has been well documented in newspaper stories in the Twin ports area. Victor is a Belgian Malinois with an uncanny ability for finding illegal drugs during police search activities. According to Fond du Lac Police Sgt. Casey Rennquist, he and Victor have been partners for over five years....

 

Women’s Health: Talking Points

 One in three women will get cancer in their lifetime.  About half of cancer deaths could be prevented if people maintained a healthy weight through diet and regular exercise, avoided tobacco products and got recommended cancer screening tests.  The American Cancer Society is encouraging women to choose themselves by making their own health a priority, which ultimately...

 
 News    May 9, 2011

Sam Bradford Joins Let's Move/Peoples Garden Campaign

INTRO: NFL star and Heisman trophy winner Sam Bradford is partnering with federal programs to get kids to be more active and eat a healthy diet. USDA’s Patrick O’Leary has more from Washington, D.C. (1:48) ON THE NATIONAL MALL, STAR QUARTERBACK SAM BRADFORD THROWS FOOTBALLS TO FELLOW NATIVE AMERICANS. THESE YOUNGSTERS FROM WESTERN TRIBES ARE AMONG THE TARGETS OF THE...

 

May 23 deadline quickly approaching

This week, Governor Mark Dayton admitted that his optimism for adjourning the 2011 legislative session on time, on May 23, is waning. This is disappointing to hear, but not surprising. As much as he’s tried to begin negotiations with the legislature, the Republican leadership in the House and Senate haven’t responded to his...

 
 News    May 9, 2011

Facebook Now Pays Users 10 Cents To Watch Certain Ads

Facebook introduced a program Thursday that offers consumers a financial incentive to watch ads on the site. Facebook will now reward users who watch certain ads with Facebook Credits, which can be redeemed to purchase goods on Facebook Deals, the company’s new Groupon-like daily deals service. The incentive, however, is not huge. Initially, the average ad will yield one...

 

Lobbyist finds himself shoved off a bar stool

ALBANY -- A member of the Tribal Council of the Seneca Nation of Indians shoved a Buffalo lobbyist and political operative off a bar stool in an early morning incident at a hotel here this week, according to police....

 
 News    May 9, 2011

ICE building up across Navajo Nation

An ICE house sounds like something an Eskimo would live in. But they're actually for Navajos, and rather than being built of frozen water, they're built of energy-efficient "green" materials by the Flagstaff-based housing nonprofit Indigenous Community Enterprises....

 
 News    May 9, 2011

Lumbee Supreme Court: Chairman overstepped bounds with administrator contract

PEMBROKE - The Lumbee Supreme Court has ruled that Tribal Chairman Purnell Swett overstepped his bounds when negotiating a contract for the tribe's chief administrator....

 
 News    May 9, 2011

Motocycle Riders Get Answers About Bad Fuel

FERNDALE, Wash. -- Concerned over some bad gasoline drivers received at a pump in Ferndale, are getting some answers from the supplier to the petrol station....

 
 News    May 9, 2011

Three fallen officers honored at Utah memorial

Family and friends of Bureau of Indian Affairs Officer Joshua Yazzie, who died while on duty last year, honored him and two other fallen officers Thursday with a ceremonial Ute song. A large crowd gathered at the Capital grounds, where Yazzie’s name, and the names of Sevier County Sheriff’s Sgt. Franco Aguilar and Kane County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Harris ,were added to...

 
 News    May 9, 2011

Wisconsin's first people open their doors

Gambling may be what comes to mind when considering a visit to American Indian reservations. And casinos do play a key role, generating money for schools, health clinics, day care and other social services. But there is so much more to see among Wisconsin's first people....

 
 News    May 9, 2011

Man faces 18 months in swastika branding case

After more than five hours of deliberating on Friday, a jury reached a verdict in the trial of one of the men accused of branding a swastika on a mentally challenged Navajo man. William Hatch was found not guilty of kidnapping, conspiracy to commit kidnapping and aggravated battery....

 

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