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Articles from the December 15, 2014 edition

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Red Lake School Board Regular Meeting

Red Lake School Board Regular Meeting 2 PM - Red Lake Elementary School Library...

 

Bemidji Area Reading Canines (BARC) Named Beltrami Electric's Touchstone Energy® Community Award Winner

Bemidji, Minn. - Beltrami Electric Cooperative has selected Bemidji Area Reading Canines (BARC) the winner of the local 2014 Touchstone Energy® Community Award from a great pool of worthy nominations. The recognition comes with a $500 cash award donated to a community service organization/project of their choice and an...

 

Violet Rose Roy

Violet Rose Roy (October 2, 1945 - December 10, 2014) Violet Roy, 69, of Cass Lake, MN, died Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at the Sanford Fargo Medical Center in Fargo, ND. Traditional Funeral Services will be 10:00 am, Monday, December 15, 2014 at the Little Rock Community Center in Red Lake, MN. A wake will begin 1:00 pm,...

 

Regina Louise Smith

Regina Louise Smith Born: Mon., Dec. 6, 1982 Died: Tue., Dec. 9, 2014 Regina Louise (Tucker) Smith, age 32 of Walker passed away unexpectedly Tuesday evening, December 9, 2014, at her home in Onigum. Regina was born December 6, 1982 at the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis to Richard Decorah and Lana Tucker. Regina...

 

Red Lake distributes over $2.8 million to members - P3

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Tribal Council approved a Trust Fund Distribution on October 23, 2014, in the amount of $250.00 for each tribal member. This amount is the same as in 2013. On December 11, 2014 the checks were distributed to members both on and off the reservation. On reservation members had from 8 AM to 8 PM to pick up t...

 

Red Lake distributes over $2.8 million to members - P4

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Tribal Council approved a Trust Fund Distribution on October 23, 2014, in the amount of $250.00 for each tribal member. This amount is the same as in 2013. On December 11, 2014 the checks were distributed to members both on and off the reservation. On reservation members had from 8 AM to 8 PM to pick up t...

 

RLHS Winter Band Concert held in Red Lake - P5

The Red Lake High School Band, now in its 5th year since starting up again, held their annual Winter Concert on Wednesday, December 11, 2014 at the RLHS Mini-Theater. To a standing-room-only house, the 14-member band performed a variety of songs, including Sousa's Cadets, Freaky Fantasy, Dragonfire, December Sky, First Carols...

 

RLHS Winter Band Concert held in Red Lake - P6

The Red Lake High School Band, now in its 5th year since starting up again, held their annual Winter Concert on Wednesday, December 11, 2014 at the RLHS Mini-Theater. To a standing-room-only house, the 14-member band performed a variety of songs, including Sousa's Cadets, Freaky Fantasy, Dragonfire, December Sky, First Carols...

 

Red Lake Lady Warriors now 5-0 after 87-23 win over Laporte at home - P8

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors had no trouble with Laporte on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 on their home court, taking a 46-13 halftime lead and finishing 87-23 for their fifth consecutive win. The Wildcats were on the scoreboard first with a layup by Kalei Kerby, followed by 2 more by Keairah Urrutia, and Red Lake answered...

 

Red Lake Lady Warriors now 5-0 after 87-23 win over Laporte at home - P9

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors had no trouble with Laporte on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 on their home court, taking a 46-13 halftime lead and finishing 87-23 for their fifth consecutive win. The Wildcats were on the scoreboard first with a layup by Kalei Kerby, followed by 2 more by Keairah Urrutia, and Red Lake answered...

 

Warriors win in Cass Lake 94-89 - P15

The Red Lake Warriors traveled to Cass Lake on Friday, December 5, 2014. Trailing until the second half, Red Lake took control of the game and won 94-89. The Warriors are now 2-0 on the season and will play in the NCTC Boys Basketball Tournament starting on Monday, December 8. Last week the Red Lake Girls took that championship...

 

Warriors win in Cass Lake 94-89 - P16

The Red Lake Warriors traveled to Cass Lake on Friday, December 5, 2014. Trailing until the second half, Red Lake took control of the game and won 94-89. The Warriors are now 2-0 on the season and will play in the NCTC Boys Basketball Tournament starting on Monday, December 8. Last week the Red Lake Girls took that championship...

 

Brenda Ann May

Brenda Ann May Born: Tue., Nov. 11, 1941 Died: Fri., Dec. 12, 2014 Brenda Ann May, 73 years old, of Red Lake, passed away at her home in Red Lake on Friday, December 12, 2014. She was born in Red Lake on November 11, 1941 the daughter of Joseph and Martha (Kelly) May. Brenda graduated from Red Lake High School in 1958 and entere...

 

Bagley store robbed; police searching for female suspect

BAGLEY, Minn. -- Police are searching for a female suspect who robbed a Bagley business Thursday night....

 

MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM ALL! SEVEN CLANS CASINO – RED LAKE

Michael Cobenais, General Manager Jason Duncan, MIS/IT Manager - Karen May, Office Manager Karen Jourdain, Sr. Revenue Audit - Meghan McDonald, HR Brenda Sayers, MOD - Marlys Morrison, MOD Herman Donnell, MOD - Clifford Hardy, MOD Frances Graves Haloci, Slot Mgr. - Olive Beaulieu, Marketing Manager Krystal Jourdain, Players...

 
 Events   

Seven Clans Casino - Red Lake - Anniversary Week

Seven Clans Casino - Red Lake - Anniversary Week December 14 - 20, 2014 Anniversary Week It's our 5-year anniversary this December! To celebrate we will be partying all week with gift giveaways, a hypnotist show, and cash prizes. And we are bringing back the ever-popular Native Comedy Jam on Dec. 20th. Get your tickets and join...

 
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Kellliher School IEPAC meeting to be held Thursday, December 18, 2014

Kellliher School IEPAC meeting to be held Thursday, December 18 at 6:30 pm in the Board Room of the 7 Clans Casino in Red Lake Linda Olson IEPAC Secretary...

 

Netherlands to ban wild animals in circuses

Signalling a sea change in public attitudes, The Netherlands has announced today that it is to prohibit wild animals in circuses. The move comes just two days after Mexico passed a historic wild animal circus ban, which has been heralded as the beginning of the end for wild animals in circuses by Animal Defenders International (ADI). 30 countries have now passed laws to nationa...

 

A flurry of disability lawsuits leaves Minnesota proprietors baffled

The 61-year-old doctor felt he was doing “charity” work — treating Twin Cities refugees and other poor people in a small clinic he opened several years ago in the Phillips neighborhood....

 

Gaps in medical marijuana map worry patients

Minnesota has 87 counties, but you’ll only be able to buy medical marijuana in eight of them. With half the state’s proposed clinics clustered around the Twin Cities, gaps in the cannabis coverage map will leave some families hours away from the nearest clinic....

 

The Drive: Minnesota uses blue lights to combat red light running

Traffic signals across the metro area are sporting a new hue. Tiny blue lights are being added to semaphores to help police catch motorists who run red lights. When a traffic signal turns red, a blue light facing the opposite direction comes on. That allows an officer sitting downstream of the intersection to see that a driver ran the light....

 

Something for everyone to like or loathe in the $1.1T bill: school lunches, light bulbs, pot

School kids, truckers, marijuana smokers and fans of old-fashioned light bulbs are among the millions of people who had something extra riding on the big spending bill passed by Congress to keep the government running....

 

Sens. Klobuchar, Franken don't support government spending bill

WASHINGTON -- Minnesota's two Democratic senators mirrorred their Democratic House colleagues last week and voted against the massive government spending bill over the weekend....

 

Some surprises in budget bill

WASHINGTON – Health insurance companies preserved their tax breaks. Farmers and ranchers were spared having to report on pollution from manure. Tourist destinations like Las Vegas benefited from a travel promotion ­program....

 

One more call to duty: To preserve stories of Vietnam War

Pfc. Kerry Gossman had a hunch. And it wasn’t a good one. “Mom,” reads the carefully preserved letter, written in pencil in the fall of 1970 on a tiny piece of paper, “I have a feeling that I won’t be coming back alive from Vietnam. I don’t know why, but something keeps saying ‘you won’t make it....

 

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