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Articles from the May 16, 2012 edition

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Apparent Misunderstanding on Opening Up Lakes to Non-Members

In a recent press release, a headline stated that, "Red Lake Opens Smaller Lakes to Non-Member Fishers." The headline may have been misinterpreted or misleading, and may have led some Red Lake members to thinking that this was something new. It is not new. If one read further, one would see that this referred to "new" fishing...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 16, 2012

Audrey Cobenais Celebrates 100th Birthday - P7

Audrey Cobenais Celebrates 100th Birthday - P7...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 16, 2012

Audrey Cobenais Celebrates 100th Birthday - P8

Audrey Cobenais Celebrates 100th Birthday - P8...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 16, 2012

Audrey Cobenais Celebrates 100th Birthday - P9

Audrey Cobenais Celebrates 100th Birthday - P9...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 16, 2012

Retirement Open House held for Diane Schwanz - P10

A retirement Open House in Honor of Diane Schwanz was held on Thursday, May 10th at 5:00 p.m. in the High School Foyer. Stories were shared, as well as a collection of photographs from her 33 years at Red Lake, and her critically acclaimed videos from Project Preserve--one of which she played one of the characters and was put...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 16, 2012

Retirement Open House held for Diane Schwanz - P11

A retirement Open House in Honor of Diane Schwanz was held on Thursday, May 10th at 5:00 p.m. in the High School Foyer. Stories were shared, as well as a collection of photographs from her 33 years at Red Lake, and her critically acclaimed videos from Project Preserve--one of which she played one of the characters and was put...

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    May 16, 2012

Sexual Assault Awareness Conference Held at Red Lake

In what organizers hope will be but the first of many Annual Sexual Assault Awareness Conferences, scores of attendees registered for the two and a half day event at Seven Clans Casino and Events Center at Red Lake. The gathering was held on Wednesday through Friday, April 11-13, 2012. The conference was sponsored by Equay...

 

2012 Red Lake Youth Baseball Schedule in BYBL

Red Lake Youth Baseball schedule from Bemidji Youth Baseball: May 24 vs. Subway May 29 vs. 1st National Bank May 31 vs. Verizon June 5 vs. Knights June 12 vs. Subway June 14 vs. 1st National (Doubleheader starts at 5:30) June 19 vs. Verizon (Doubleheader starts at 5:30) June 21 vs. Knights June 28 vs. Subway July 10 vs. 1st National July 12 vs. Knights (Doubleheader starts at...

 
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Ponemah Community Meeting - May 17th - New Ponemah Center at 6 PM

Ponemah Community Meeting - May 17th - New Ponemah Center at 6 PM AGENDA: IRMP Community Listening Sessions 1: Greetings / Introductions 2: Describe: A) What is an Integrated Resources Management Plan (IRMP)? A plan that defines how the various & diverse resource managers and users cooperate to preserve Tribal resources from loss, damage, waste or depletion, for the benefit of...

 

Project Grow News Update

The gardens seeds, onion sets and potatoes are available for pickup at Red Lake Nation Foods (old water bottling plant) in Redby. The tomato and pepper plants will be available beginning Monday, May 21, 2012 in the afternoon....

 
 By Kayla Prasek    News    May 16, 2012

Program for at-risk students earns national awards

BEMIDJI – A local program for non-traditional students recently won two national honors. It’s an unusual feat for a small YouthBuild USA program, said Tina Sweatt, the Bi-CAP YouthBuild director. She said the 2011 awards – for highest completion rate and highest certification rate – are a special acknowledgement to the hard work of her staff and students. The local...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    May 16, 2012

Cass Lake-Bena thumps Kelliher-Northome

BEMIDJI – The Cass Lake-Bena baseball team won three of four games last week, including Monday’s 10-0 victory over Kelliher-Northome at the Bemidji State University diamond. Jake Ellis ripped a pair of hits and Nic Rairdon scored three runs to lead the Panthers and Caleb Fisher went the full five innings on the mound to earn the pitching victory. CL-B owned a 5-0 advantage...

 
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Warrior Grill Weekly Special for Week of May 14th-18th

Weekly special for week of May 14th-18th Monday......................... Perch lunch Red lake perch served with ff's and slaw....................................$6.50 Tuesday..........................Pork fritter sand Deep fried and served on a toasted parm bun. Comes with o-rings and slaw.......................$5.95...

 
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TEAMS NEEDED - CO-ED SOFTBALL LEAGUE

TEAMS NEEDED - CO-ED SOFTBALL LEAGUE AGES: 8 TO 13 AND 13 TO 18 Starting June 4, 2012 to August 10, 2012 COACHES POT LUCK TO MEET AND GREET ON Thursday, May 31, 2012 @ the Indian & Free Program Contact Julius Thunder at 218-239-0617 to sign up Sponsored by the Indian & Free Prevention/Treatment Program...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – May 16, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – May 16, 2012 Romney warns Iowa on 'prairie fire of debt' Mitt Romney is expected to launch a severe critique of the pres... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=32629&L=15779&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- GOP calls for more nukes to counter Asian threats Republicans on the House Armed Services Committee...

 

National Peace Corps Association to Hold First Annual Gathering in Minneapolis

WASHINGTON—The National Peace Corps Association, the nation’s leading 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization supporting Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and the Peace Corps community, announced today it will hold its first annual gathering, Peace Corps Connect: Minneapolis, June 29 – July 1, 2012, at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Roughly 500 event-goers are expected to...

 

Redcats USA Appoints Jonathan Bernstein to CEO of The Golf Warehouse

New York, NY – May 16, 2012 – Redcats USA, a multi-channel, web-driven home shopping leader, announced today that Jonathan (Jon) Bernstein has been appointed CEO of The Golf Warehouse, effective immediately. Jon is a member of the Redcats USA Executive Team; his office is located in Wichita, Kansas, the home of The Golf Warehouse, and he will report to Jay Berlin, CEO of...

 

Vilsack Celebrates USDA's 150th Year of Service, Highlights Ways the Every Day, Every Way' Department Works for American People

WASHINGTON, May 15, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today marked the 150th anniversary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and highlighted the positive impact that USDA has on the life of Americans each day. "For 150 years, USDA has supported our nation's economic prosperity and touched the lives of generations of Americans," said Vilsack. "I'm proud of the USDA...

 

New Sign at Redby's New One Stop

New Sign at Redby's New One Stop...

 

Scientists to test drug that may stop Alzheimer’s before it starts

In a clinical trial that could lead to treatments that prevent Alzheimer's disease, people who are genetically guaranteed to suffer from the disease years from now -- but who do not yet have any symptoms -- will for the first time be given a drug intended to stop them from developing it, federal officials announced Tuesday....

 

The Warroad Casino when it was a Fishery

The Warroad Casino when it was Booth Fishery. This picture was taken in the early 1940's....

 

Formal complaints at Southwest High

Nina Lillihei has her first formal gown, navy blue and full-length with a shirred bodice. Her date, Max Horn, has bought his tux. But the duo is all dressed up with no place to go, now that Southwest High School this year has ruled that Lillihei is too young to attend the Minneapolis school's prom Saturday night....

 

Searching boats for invasive species has merit

LAKE MILLE LACS - Monday evening about 6:30, Dave Hipsag of Zimmerman and Gary Swanson of Coon Rapids pulled Hipsag's dandy fishing boat out of this big lake, and were greeted by two Department of Natural Resources employees on the lookout for hitchhiking aquatic invasive species....

 

Opener not as good as some anglers had hoped

The early ice-out this spring had Minnesota anglers thinking the fishing opener might resemble the hot bite often seen Memorial Day weekend, when water temperatures warm. Generally, that wasn't the case....

 

Petition to require in-person voting circulating

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – An initiative petition that calls for eliminating most absentee balloting and require in-person voting at precincts located within the tribe’s jurisdiction is being circulated throughout the Cherokee Nation....

 

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