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Articles from the May 30, 2011 edition

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Anna King and David Bollin Wedding of May 28, 2011

On Saturday, May 28, 2011, Anna Marie King and David Joe Bollin were married in a beautiful ceremony at the Red Lake Casino Events Center. The mother of the bride is Adele Zephier and the father is Daniel W. King. The mother of the groom is Lisa Gunderson and the father is Terry Bollin. The bride was given in marriage by her...

 

Anna King and David Bollin Wedding of May 28, 2011 P2

On Saturday, May 28, 2011, Anna Marie King and David Joe Bollin were married in a beautiful ceremony at the Red Lake Casino Events Center. The mother of the bride is Adele Zephier and the father is Daniel W. King. The mother of the groom is Lisa Gunderson and the father is Terry Bollin. The bride was given in marriage by her...

 

Anna King and David Bollin Wedding of May 28, 2011 P3

On Saturday, May 28, 2011, Anna Marie King and David Joe Bollin were married in a beautiful ceremony at the Red Lake Casino Events Center. The mother of the bride is Adele Zephier and the father is Daniel W. King. The mother of the groom is Lisa Gunderson and the father is Terry Bollin. The bride was given in marriage by her...

 

Anna King and David Bollin Wedding of May 28, 2011 P4

On Saturday, May 28, 2011, Anna Marie King and David Joe Bollin were married in a beautiful ceremony at the Red Lake Casino Events Center. The mother of the bride is Adele Zephier and the father is Daniel W. King. The mother of the groom is Lisa Gunderson and the father is Terry Bollin. The bride was given in marriage by her...

 
 By Brad Dokken    News    May 30, 2011

Red Lake Band receives $200,000 grant to track timber wolves

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa has received a $200,000 federal grant to launch a satellite tracking study of timber wolves on tribal lands. According to Jay Huseby, wildlife director for the Red Lake Band of Chippewa, the grant will allow the tribe to purchase 10 GPS collars to track timber wolves on tribal lands and learn more about the types of habitat they prefer. The collars...

 

Wellington “Wimpy” Harper

Wellington “Wimpy” Boyle Harper, 74, of Cass Lake, died Thursday, May 26, 2011, at his home. The funeral will be Tuesday, May 31, at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cass Lake. A wake will begin Monday afternoon at the Veteran’s Memorial Building and will continue until the time of service. Burial will be Episcopal Cem...

 
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Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials

Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials - May 30th - June 5th...

 
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Weekly special for week of May 30th-June 3rd at the Warriors Grill

Weekly special for week of May 30th-June 3rd Monday.........................pulled BBQ beef sands Tender beef in bbq sauce served on a toasted hoagie bun. Comes with ff's...........................................................$5.95 Tuesday..........................Hot beefs The name says it all. Beef on bread with mashed...

 

Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Sampson to visit Red Lake

Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Kelvin Sampson will conduct practice sessions and coaching clinics at Red Lake High School June 11 and June 12. Sampson will lead two 90-minute practice sessions per day for boys and girls in grades five through 12. He will also direct two 50-minute coaching clinics each day and the registration deadline is June 8. Youth participating in the...

 

Red Lake Members Graduate from Leech Lake Tribal College

On Saturday, May 14, 2011, three Red Lake members graduated from Leech Lake Tribal College in Cass Lake. They were: Ruth Ann Brown Renee Van Nett Janine (Crowe) Perkins...

 
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FEMA Appicant Briefings - June 9, 2011 0900 hrs - Beltrami County

To our towns, township and county officials: As promised, FEMA will be returning to Bemidji to conduct applicant briefings on Thursday, June 9, 2011. This meeting will be conducted at our EOC/Training Room located at the northwest corner of the Law Enforcement Center at 613 Minnesota Ave NW in Bemidji. Parking is available in front of the County Administration Building at 701...

 

3 questions for ... Kent Nerburn, author

Q:Tell me something that most people do not know about you....

 

Nevada professor who has worked on Native American issues honored with membership to National Academies and American Academy of Arts and Sciences

RENO, Nev. – University of Nevada, Reno Foundation Professor of Anthropology Emerita Kay Fowler recently shared an honor with actor Daniel Day-Lewis, singer-songwriter Paul Simon, and Nobel Prize winner David Politzer, to name a few. Fowler was one of 212 new members elected into the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sc...

 

Gov. Dayton signs, vetoes variety of bills

ST. PAUL — Gov. Mark Dayton signed bills Friday to require more information about young athletes’ potential for concussions and allowing Minnesota utilities to buy electricity from a North Dakota power plant, but vetoed a measure changing game and fish laws and a perennial effort to relieve food makers and sellers from legal responsibility if a person gains...

 

Some good news, at last

There’s been a lot of bad news lately — wars, revolutions, earthquakes, floods, famines. It’s getting so you need a drink before you’re ready to face the evening news....

 

Secretary Salazar Wants His Pay

A new congressional battle over a pay increase for Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar serves to indirectly highlight the long wait Indians have faced in receiving proper payment from a government that has long mismanaged their trust assets....

 

The Tribe That Would Not Die

Anthropologists and historians have widely criticized federal acknowledgment procedures as both vulnerable to political pressure and unfair to Native American groups that don’t fit the stock definition of an Indian tribe. Officials “exploit weaknesses in the written record to justify the decision they have already made,” says Southern Utah University historian Mark Edwin...

 

Tribe asks U.N. to get involved in treaties with U.S.

IRVING, N.Y. (AP) — A Seneca Nation tribal councilor has taken the western New York tribe's concerns over treaty rights to a United Nations forum....

 

BIA Knew Of Missing Tribal Money

PHOENIX -- A CBS 5 News investigation in early May has revealed that the Bureau of Indian Affairs was aware that millions in federal tax money was disappearing from the White Mountain Apache Tribe's health care system....

 

Bill Would Extend More Authority To Tribal Officers

SALEM, Ore. - Tribal police officers would get more authority to arrest people off-reservation under a measure moving forward in the Oregon Legislature. But despite attempts to reach a compromise, the bill still has opposition from county sheriffs....

 

Commercial fishery says trout being killed

Owners of Pacific Seafood say the dissolved gasses resulting from increased flows out of Grand Coulee Dam are killing up to 100,000 large rainbow trout a day in the commercial net pens downstream....

 

Water Rights Highlighted at United Nations Indigenous Issues Forum

At the 10th annual Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, being held at UN headquarters in New York City through the end of this week, environmental issues are a constant topic of discussion, and none more so than water rights for indigenous peoples. On May 24, a panel of four experts briefed the press on issues surrounding indigenous peoples’ rights to wat...

 

Iroquois National Lacrosse Team Crushes Czechs, Will Play Canada for Championship

The Iroquois National Lacrosse team beat the Czech Republic, 19-6, on Friday in Prague to advance to the finals tomorrow at 1 p.m. EST. The Iroquois will battle Canada, which beat the USA, 15-10, in the other semifinal game....

 

Crow Tribe ‘Desperately’ Seeking Donations in Wake of Floods

Tribal officials on the Crow Reservation in northern Montana were warning of water-supply contamination on May 25 as searches went on for residents who’d been stranded in the flood-soaked region when the Little Bighorn River overwhelmed its banks....

 

Names released of two dead on reservation

Two people are dead following a shooting on the Potawatomi Indian reservation late Thursday night....

 

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