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Articles from the May 30, 2012 edition


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  • 2012 Seven Clans Casino-TRF Pow Wow - P5

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|May 30, 2012

    5 Seven Clans Casino-TRF Pow Wow - P2 - Friday Night Grand Entry WINNERS TEEN CATEGORIES TEEN GIRLS TRADITIONAL (12-17) PTS. 1st Place: 370 Jade Gustafson, Thunder Bay, Ontario $400.00 2nd Place: 295 Jaleesa Star Blanket, Roseau River, Manitoba $300.00 3rd Place: 260 Wamblie Littlesky, Kyle SD $200.00 4th Place: 200 Nichole Nordwall, Stillwater, OK $100.00 TEEN GIRLS JINGLE (12-17) PTS 1st Place: 425 Derian Yuzzicappi, Fort Qu'appelle, SK $400.00 2nd Place: 400 Mallory Oakes, Saskatoon, SK...

  • 2012 Seven Clans Casino-TRF Pow Wow - P6

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|May 30, 2012

    5 Seven Clans Casino-TRF Pow Wow - P2 - Friday Night Grand Entry WINNERS TEEN CATEGORIES TEEN GIRLS TRADITIONAL (12-17) PTS. 1st Place: 370 Jade Gustafson, Thunder Bay, Ontario $400.00 2nd Place: 295 Jaleesa Star Blanket, Roseau River, Manitoba $300.00 3rd Place: 260 Wamblie Littlesky, Kyle SD $200.00 4th Place: 200 Nichole Nordwall, Stillwater, OK $100.00 TEEN GIRLS JINGLE (12-17) PTS 1st Place: 425 Derian Yuzzicappi, Fort Qu'appelle, SK $400.00 2nd Place: 400 Mallory Oakes, Saskatoon, SK...

  • Richard Barrett Sr. Appreciation Dinner held for the Little Rock Community - P3

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|May 30, 2012

    About 200 people showed up Richard Barrett's Appreciation Dinner for the Little Rock Community. The dinner, held on Monday, May 28, 2012, at the Little Rock Round House, was in appreciation for the community, as they reelected him to another 4 years as their district representative....

  • Richard Barrett Sr. Appreciation Dinner held for the Little Rock Community - P4

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|May 30, 2012

    About 200 people showed up Richard Barrett's Appreciation Dinner for the Little Rock Community. The dinner, held on Monday, May 28, 2012, at the Little Rock Round House, was in appreciation for the community, as they reelected him to another 4 years as their district representative....

  • Remodeling at Seven Clans Casino-TRF Completed - P5

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|May 30, 2012

    On May 25, 2012 Seven Clans Casino in Thief River Falls held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the completion of their remodeling project. Red Lake Tribal Council members and Red Lake Gaming personnel were on hand for the ceremony, which included speeches by Red Lake Gaming COO Ray Brenny, General Manager Rolland Hill, Tribal Secretary Donald Cook, Little Rock Representative Richard Barrett, Redby Representative Al Pemberton and Hereditary Chief James Loud. The remodeling project added some new...

  • Remodeling at Seven Clans Casino-TRF Completed - P6

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|May 30, 2012

    On May 25, 2012 Seven Clans Casino in Thief River Falls held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the completion of their remodeling project. Red Lake Tribal Council members and Red Lake Gaming personnel were on hand for the ceremony, which included speeches by Red Lake Gaming COO Ray Brenny, General Manager Rolland Hill, Tribal Secretary Donald Cook, Little Rock Representative Richard Barrett, Redby Representative Al Pemberton and Hereditary Chief James Loud. The remodeling project added some new...

  • Red Lake VFW Memorial Day Ceremony held in Red Lake

    Charmaine Branchaud|May 30, 2012

    A Memorial Day Ceremony, sponsored by the Red Lake VFW, was held at the 7 Clans Casino Events Center in Red Lake on Monday, May 28, 2012. The ceremony honored all veterans, and a feast followed....

  • Red Lake VFW Memorial Day Ceremony held in Red Lake - P2

    Charmaine Branchaud|May 30, 2012

    A Memorial Day Ceremony, sponsored by the Red Lake VFW, was held at the 7 Clans Casino Events Center in Red Lake on Monday, May 28, 2012. The ceremony honored all veterans, and a feast followed....

  • 2012 Red Lake Nation College Graduation held in Red Lake - P10

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|May 30, 2012

    The Red Lake Nation College Commencement Ceremony was held at the Seven Clans Casino Events Center on Wednesday, May 23, 2012. Liberal Arts Graduates were Charmaine Andersen, Charlene Anderson, Gerald "Keith" Blue and David Cobenais, Sr. Small Business Entrepreneurship Graduates were Michael Donnell, Janis Hart, Luwanna Lasley, Marilyn Littlecreek, Roma Lussier, Allura May, Timothy Neadeau, Beverly Pemberton, Robyn Pemberton and Robert Pemberton Jr. Youth Build Leader Graduates were Stephanie...

  • Red Lake High School Graduation 2012 - P19

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|May 30, 2012

    Class of 2012 Kevin Anderson Brandon Beaulieu Stephanie Brown Marie Chaboyea Mari Cobenais Jasmine Deegan Edward Good Serena Graves Angelo Hart Jeffrey Hinden Paulajo Johnson Stephen LaDuke-Fajardo Nashelle Auginash Ontequa Matt Robert McNeal Katarina Mondragon Alyss Mountain Krysta Needham Travis Owens Joseph Perkins Chelsey Redbear Anthony Smith Shianne Auginash Antone Cloud Tiffany Haukaas Winter Kingbird...

  • Red Lake man pleads guilty to assault requiring victim to have eye surgically removed

    May 30, 2012

    MINNEAPOLIS – A 47-year-old Red Lake man pleaded guilty Tuesday for assaulting a Grand Rapids man with an axe handle. During a hearing in U.S. federal court, Joseph William Howard Jr. entered a guilty plea to one count of assault resulting in serious bodily injury. In a plea agreement, Howard admitted he assaulted the victim at a Redby residence Jan. 13 without just cause, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office. According to a law enforcement affidavit filed in the case, authorities were called Jan. 13 to a residence on...

  • N. Minn. man admits to ax-handle beating that cost victim his eye

    Paul Walsh, Star Tribune|May 30, 2012

    A northern Minnesota man has admitted to beating a man so severely with an ax handle that his victim had to have his eye removed in surgery. Joseph W. Howard Jr., 47, of Red Lake, pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Minneapolis to assault resulting in serious bodily injury in connection with the Jan. 13 attack at a home on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Explaining to authorities what ignited the attack, Howard told authorities that the Grand Rapids man "was messing with him," according to the indictment. According to Howard's plea...

  • Red Lake Community Center CLOSED May 29 - June 8, 2012 for Remodeling

    May 30, 2012

    Red Lake Community Center CLOSED May 29 - June 8, 2012 for Remodeling...

  • Color Guard from Seminole Tribe of Florida Posts Colors as Part of National Memorial Day Observance at Arlington National Cemetery

    May 30, 2012

    About two dozen service organizations were invited to participate in the National Memorial Day Observance. According to Bowers, a founding member of the Seminole Color Guard and a Vietnam War combat veteran, Seminole Tribe participation marked only the fifth time since Arlington National Cemetery was established in 1864 that an American Indian Color Guard posted the colors there. The invitation came from the U.S. Army, which manages Arlington National Cemetery. “It is a great honor for our C...

  • May 30, 2012

    BEMIDJI – A 3-month-old Bemidji boy is in critical condition after a team of first responders helped revive him Memorial Day morning....

  • BIAS CRIME - Beltrami County

    May 30, 2012

    On May 25, 2012 at approximately 12:40 AM, Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a citizen’s call regarding a burning cross in the reporting party’s yard in Northern Township. Officers responded to the scene and interviewed the victim who was home alone at the time and spotted a single individual fleeing on foot from the area of the burning cross. The citizen had doused the flames prior to deputy’s arrival. Deputies discovered a racist message and other racist artifacts on the cross and began investigating the scene for further...

  • Burning cross creates 'clear and terrifying message'

    Bethany Wesley, Bemidji Pioneer|May 30, 2012

    NORTHERN TOWNSHIP – An 8-foot-tall burning cross was found last week by a Northern Township woman who believes her family was targeted because of their race. “This is racism,” the woman said Tuesday. The woman, who asked not to be identified to protect her family’s identity, said she was in her home early Friday morning when she seemed to see the sky catch fire. “The sky was all lit up,” she recalled. “It was yellow.” She looked outside and found the burning cross propped up against a tree. There also was a 3-foot-long line of fire on the gro...

  • SURE Disaster Program Deadline Approaches for 2010 Crops

    May 30, 2012

    WASHINGTON, May 29, 2012-The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Bruce Nelson reminded producers today that they have until Friday, June 1, to apply for assistance for 2010 crop losses under the Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments (SURE) Program. FSA will not act on applications submitted after the deadline. The program provides crop disaster assistance payments to eligible producers on farms that have incurred crop production or quality losses. Sign-up for the SURE program for 2011 crops will be...

  • Warrior Grill Weekly specials for week of May 28th - June 1st

    Warrior Grill Weekly specials for week of May 28th - June 1st Monday......................... Patty melt 1/2lb burger with sautéed onions on grilled rye bread with swiss and chedder cheese. Comes with ff’s..........$6.50 Tuesday..........................BBQ pork sands Tender pulled pork in bbq sauce ,served on toasted buns and served with side o-rings.................$5.95 Wednesday.........................Egg Salad Sand Skippy’s own recipe served on wild rice bread with tomatoes and lett...

  • THE 24 SEVEN – May 30, 2012

    Washington Post|May 30, 2012

    THE 24 SEVEN – May 30, 2012 Obama awards Medal of Freedom to avowed socialist President Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Tu... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=35443&L=16656&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Taiwan aims cruise missiles at mainland China Long in the sights of more than 1,500 Chinese missiles aimed at... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=35443&L=16657&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Greek bank i...

  • Union Workers Lend a Hand to High Profile Playground Project at Minneapolis School

    May 30, 2012

    Minneapolis, MN (May 29, 2012) -- After teaming up to help push a stadium bill across the goal line, members of Minnesota’s labor community are banding together once again with the Minnesota Vikings to create something positive for a school and its community. On Thursday, May 31, members of Laborers Union Local 563, Minnesota Laborers Employers Cooperation & Education Trust (LECET), and the Minneapolis Building and Construction Trades will collaborate with volunteers from the Toro Company, the Minnesota Vikings, Minneapolis Public Schools, K...

  • Vilsack Announces New and Expanded Access to Credit for America's Farmers and Ranchers

    May 30, 2012

    RICHMOND, Va., May 23, 2012– Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has made substantial, year-over-year gains in expanding credit opportunities for farmers and ranchers across the United States. The increase in farm and operating loans has helped improve farmer and rancher productivity, launched new start-up operations, and ensured opportunities in agriculture for many more Americans. With expanded access to credit, USDA is helping a new generation of farmers sustain and build upon what is n...

  • Cass Lake cruises past Red Lake, Blackduck pounds Laporte

    Jack Hittinger, Bemidji Pioneer|May 30, 2012

    CASS LAKE – Things didn’t start out so well for Caleb Fisher and Cass Lake Bena Tuesday. The senior hurler kicked off the game with a four-pitch walk to Red Lake leadoff William Chaboyea. Later in the inning, an error and another walk loaded the bases for the Warriors with only one out. Fisher, though, regrouped and responded. He struck out the next two hitters to get himself out of the jam, the proceeded to strike out eight more hitters over the course of the next four innings. His work on the...

  • Mistake costs Panther golfers trip to state

    Pat Miller, Bemidji Pioneer|May 30, 2012

    BEMIDJI – Unlike some sports where interpretation can dictate the actions and the outcome of the game, golf is governed by a set of rules that leave nothing to chance. Unfortunately, there are so many rules that the vast majority of golfers are in the dark when situations out of the ordinary surface. Tuesday during the Section 8A boys tournament at the Bemidji Town & Country Club, Cass Lake-Bena’s Cody Wind bounced his tee shot on No. 15 off a tree guarding the left side of the dogleg. When he and his playing partners, Orlin Thorsteinson of...

  • May 30, 2012

    Critical safety and inspection records that families could use to identify incompetent child-care providers are often inaccessible to parents or withheld mistakenly by local regulators, a Star Tribune investigation has found....

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