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Red Lake Elementary Preschool Graduation 2011

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 By Bemidji Pioneer    News    May 12, 2011

Ojibwe demand fishing rights, cite 1855 treaty

Ojibwe band members went fishing before last year’s opener to force a treaty dispute into court, but the state still hasn’t brought charges, and the issue is ongoing even as the 2011 opener approaches. First Nations United will help Red Lake Band of Chippewa members in a demonstration fish-in at noon Friday in eastern Upper Red Lake of state Highway 72 near Waskish. The Lee...

 
 By Tom Robertson    News    May 12, 2011

Ojibwe bands still upset about treaty rights battle with state

Bemidji, Minn. — Minnesota is approaching another walleye fishing opener this weekend, but there is still no resolution to a treaty rights dispute between the state and two Ojibwe bands in northern Minnesota. The Leech Lake and White Earth bands say an 1855 treaty with the federal government gives them the right to fish and...

 
 By Terry B    Features    May 12, 2011

The delicious taste of sustainable success

Fish are the last wild food. Well, they’re the last wild caught food humans eat on a large scale. And unfortunately, we’ve been eating them on too large a scale—according to the World Health Organization, we’ve doubled our per capita fish consumption in the last 50 years. Many species are in serious decline, and the...

 
 By Scott Hanson    Sports    May 12, 2011

Students participate in Special Olympics at BSU

On April 29th, 2011, two students from the Red Lake Nation attended the Special Olympics that were held at Bemidji State University. They got to experience opening ceremonies, competitions, a dance, a picnic, and ribbon ceremonies. They got to meet and make friends with many students and adults from area schools and group...

 

Honor the Youth Pow Wow 2011 - Sunday Session

Honor the Youth Pow Wow 2011 - Sunday Session Video coming soon......

 

High Fire Danger Today

High Fire Danger Today Please no burning today Burn permits will not be issued until we get rain If you have a permit please do not burn today...

 
 Events   

7th Generation Mentoring Program Training Scheduled for Sat. May 14th has been CANCELED

The 7th Generation Mentoring Program Training scheduled for Saturday, May 14, 2011, has been canceled until next month on June 18, 2011....

 
 Events   

Red Lake Nation Fishery Annual Meeting

Red Lake Nation Fishery Annual Meeting When: May 21st, 2011 Where: Red Lake Humanities Center Time: 12:00 pm (noon) “Community Feed” (Golden Deep Fried Walleye Nuggets by Red Lake Nation Fish Fry Crew) The 2010 Annual Report will be presented at this meeting… A board of directors for the Red Lake Nation Fishery will be nominated and selected by Shareholders of each...

 
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Youth/Adult Team Walleye Tournament - Sat. May 14 - Noon - 4 PM

Youth/Adult Team Walleye Tournament - Sat. May 14 - Noon - 4 PM...

 

Bob Hurley Basketball Camp - Sat. May 14, 2011 - RLHS

Bob Hurley Basketball Camp Saturday, May 14, 2011 Red Lake High School Check In: 5 pm Two Sessions: I – 5:30 to 7:00 pm II – 7:15 to 8:45 pm Grades 6-11 Boys and Girls Free To The First 40 Red Lake Band Members Registered With Nolan Desjarlait Each Participant Receives a Basketball and a Drills Booklet Bob Hurley-Head Coach...

 

More on Red Lake Clans

Adolescent elephants can often get into a lot of trouble when not supervised. They do things like harass and sometimes kill Rhinos in their “neighborhood”. But if you put them together with an old bull they tend to settle down. Our human condition is a bit more complicated, but I assume that if mom asked a number of male members from her dodem to find some creative ways to...

 

Spring Construction, Road Restrictions Extended, and more

From MNDOT- if you are traveling way north on Hwy 89 BEMIDJI, Minn. -Motorists will encounter an emergency detour from Highway 89 north of Grygla beginning at noon on Wednesday, May 11, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The detour route from Grygla is north on Marshall County Road 54 for eight miles, west on Marshall County Road 6 for six miles, then...

 

Dayton plans Am. Indian business 'summit'

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton won the applause of a group of American Indian business leaders Tuesday afternoon by saying four things they wanted to hear: 1. Dayton pledged to hold an business “summit” with the business leaders, himself and Mark Phillips, commissioner of the Department of Employment and Economic Development, after the current legislative session is over. Read...

 

Native issues: Wild rice and sulfate levels

The 2011 Minnesota Legislature has adopted a two-pronged approach to American Indian concerns: allow increasing levels of water pollution to kill wild rice beds and expand gambling to wreck the tribal casino economy. It's really breathtaking - and it's a bipartisan effort....

 

Local, county Census demographics released

The U.S. Census has released demographic information for Minnesota and several other states. Here is the information on race and Hispanic origin for Beltrami County, the city of Bemidji and the Bemidji School District....

 

Independent Firm's Civil Rights Assessment of Program Delivery at USDA Makes Recommendations for Improvement, Notes Successes

WASHINGTON, May 11, 2011 — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today released an independently produced report that provides a Civil Rights Assessment of USDA's field-based program delivery and makes recommendations intended to ensure that all Americans have fair and equal access to USDA programs. "From the day I took office as Secretary, I made it a department-wide priority...

 

Small surge of young kids could change Minnesota schools

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — New figures from the 2010 census show a small surge of young children in Minnesota, and look no further than the town of Waconia near Minneapolis for evidence of how that could change school districts throughout the state in the next few years....

 

It's officially twister time in Minnesota

Tuesday evening's parade of storms through the Twin Cities area proved to be the tornado season-opener. A small cluster of homes in St. Michael, northwest of Minneapolis, was hit by a twister that was rated at EF-0 Wednesday by National Weather Service damage assessors. One home sustained extensive damage, losing the roof off the garage and much of the house, while the brick...

 

ATF Honors William Louis Pappan, First Native American, Post-Prohibition Era ATF Investigator Killed in the Line of Duty in 1935

WASHINGTON-The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) today honored the first Native American, post-Prohibition era, ATF investigator to be killed in the line of duty. At a memorial ceremony during National Police Week, the name of William Louis Pappan, killed 75 years ago, Dec. 4, 1935, was unveiled at the ATF Headquarters Memorial Wall, Washington, as ATF...

 

Court Bans Sale Of Tax-Free Cigarettes By Tribes

A New York State appeals court has unanimously upheld a 2010 state law requiring Native American tribes to charge state-levied taxes on cigarettes sold to patrons from off the reservations, according to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman....

 

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