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Articles from the May 19, 2011 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    News    May 19, 2011

Red Lake Nation College Graduation 2011

On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, the Red Lake Nation College held their Commencement Ceremony for 10 graduates at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Those graduating were: Kaylyn Sargent, Cynthia King, Irene Weiss, Betsy Maxwell, Tessy Johnson, Kristen Lussier, Jordan May, Breanna Neadeau, Lisa...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 19, 2011

Red Lake Nation College Graduation 2011 P2

On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, the Red Lake Nation College held their Commencement Ceremony for 10 graduates at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Those graduating were: Kaylyn Sargent, Cynthia King, Irene Weiss, Betsy Maxwell, Tessy Johnson, Kristen Lussier, Jordan May, Breanna Neadeau, Lisa...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 19, 2011

Red Lake Nation College Graduation 2011 P3

On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, the Red Lake Nation College held their Commencement Ceremony for 10 graduates at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Those graduating were: Kaylyn Sargent, Cynthia King, Irene Weiss, Betsy Maxwell, Tessy Johnson, Kristen Lussier, Jordan May, Breanna Neadeau, Lisa...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 19, 2011

Red Lake Nation College Graduation 2011 P4

On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, the Red Lake Nation College held their Commencement Ceremony for 10 graduates at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Those graduating were: Kaylyn Sargent, Cynthia King, Irene Weiss, Betsy Maxwell, Tessy Johnson, Kristen Lussier, Jordan May, Breanna Neadeau, Lisa...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 19, 2011

Red Lake Nation College Graduation 2011 P5

On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, the Red Lake Nation College held their Commencement Ceremony for 10 graduates at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Those graduating were: Kaylyn Sargent, Cynthia King, Irene Weiss, Betsy Maxwell, Tessy Johnson, Kristen Lussier, Jordan May, Breanna Neadeau, Lisa...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 19, 2011

Red Lake Nation College Graduation 2011 P6

On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, the Red Lake Nation College held their Commencement Ceremony for 10 graduates at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Those graduating were: Kaylyn Sargent, Cynthia King, Irene Weiss, Betsy Maxwell, Tessy Johnson, Kristen Lussier, Jordan May, Breanna Neadeau, Lisa...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 19, 2011

Red Lake Nation College Graduation 2011 P7

On Wednesday, May 18, 2011, the Red Lake Nation College held their Commencement Ceremony for 10 graduates at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Those graduating were: Kaylyn Sargent, Cynthia King, Irene Weiss, Betsy Maxwell, Tessy Johnson, Kristen Lussier, Jordan May, Breanna Neadeau, Lisa...

 

Red Lake Youth Pow Wow 2011 P7 - VIDEO

Red Lake Youth Pow Wow 2011 P7...

 

Wind indicted in federal court on sex crime charge

A 23-year-old Bemidji man was indicted Wednesday on a charge of sexually abusing a girl younger than 12. Reginald John Wind, Jr., was charged with one count of sexual contact with a child. The indictment alleges that on April 6, Wind engaged in sexual contact with the girl while on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. According to a law enforcement affidavit filed in the case,...

 
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Law Enforcement Memorial Service - Thursday, May 19, 5:30 PM

The Bemidji Police Department, Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office and Blackduck Police Department will host a Law Enforcement Memorial Service to honor fallen police officers who have died in the line of duty at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 19, at the Judicial Center Courtyard located at the corner of Beltrami Avenue and Sixth Street Northwest. If raining, the service will be held...

 

Senate approves voter ID bill

Shortly before sunrise, the Minnesota Senate approved legislation requiring voters to present photo ID at the polls....

 

Minnesota charter schools get another year to comply

Minnesota's charter schools will have an extra year to comply with a new state law, easing fears that some might have to close this summer....

 

Echo Hawk visits Rancheria

Larry Echo Hawk, the assistant secretary-Indian Affairs U.S. Department of the Interior, visited the Redding Rancheria Tribal Council and Executive staff on April 27....

 

Federal government clears path for Prairie Island extension

St. Paul, Minn. — The Prairie Island nuclear power plant is a step closer to winning approval to operate for another 20 years....

 

For Canada’s first peoples, a new name with an uncertain meaning

Of all the repositioning unveiled in the Harper cabinet shuffle, none may have such lasting consequences as a simple name change....

 

First Nations stand ground

In case their unequivocal message hasn’t been received, British Columbia’s First Nations are in Calgary this week to make it clear to the board of directors of Enbridge Inc., Enbridge’s annual meeting of shareholders and members of the broader oil community that the proposed $5.5-billion Northern Gateway pipeline is not going forward....

 

Celebrating a most unique connection

"Warriors, always take care of one another.” This famous Arapahoe quote is frequently intoned by Principal Ron Booth over the intercom, at assemblies and during lunch. Anthony Sitting Eagle (the Arapaho tribal elder for whom Arapahoe’s main gym is named) originally spoke these words, which now circulate throughout the halls of Arapahoe signaling the respect between...

 

Lake County tribal gas station awaits permits

Construction is complete on Robinson Rancheria's new gas station and minimarket on Highway 20 in Lake County but they remain closed as tribal and Caltrans officials hammer out highway improvement plans....

 

Navajo Nation man gets 25 years for murder

FARMINGTON — A federal judge on Monday sentenced a man to 25 years in prison for brutally killing an elderly woman with his fists and leaving her for dead....

 

Special integrated schools struggling to make the grade

At Harambee Elementary in Maplewood, cultural diversity soaks into almost every lesson, activity and classroom discussion....

 

Connecticut Sun's Tahnee Robinson the First Native American in WNBA

UNCASVILLE — Tahnee Robinson is far from the first wide-eyed rookie to find herself acting like an exuberant tourist when she steps inside the Mohegan Sun complex....

 

Osama's Code Name Not Geronimo

It looks like the Indians upset about the military's using the code-word Geronimo during the operation to kill Osama bin Laden can settle down and smoke the peace pipe....

 

Yankton woman seeks to revive case

MARTY, SOUTH DAKOTA — Roderica J. Rouse, 52, Ihanktonwan Dakota, recalls her years as a student at St. Paul’s Indian Mission, renamed Marty Indian School when it was transferred to the Yankton Sioux Tribe in 1975....

 

Court Bans Former Judge From Bench for Life

Former state District Judge Sam Sanchez of Taos so abused his judicial powers that he can never hold judicial office again, the New Mexico Supreme Court said in its final order in a disciplinary proceeding....

 

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