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 By Michael Barrett    News    June 13, 2012

Representatives sworn in at Red Lake Tribal Council Meeting

Red Lake Tribal Chairman Floyd "Buck" Jourdain presents outgoing Ponemah Representative Glenda Martin with RED LAKE - Today, at the Red Lake Tribal Council Regular meeting, newly elected and re-elected members of the Red Lake Tribal Council were officially sworn into office. Newly elected Ponemah Representative, Randy "Jiggs"...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 13, 2012

Representatives sworn in at Red Lake Tribal Council Meeting - P2

Red Lake Tribal Chairman Floyd "Buck" Jourdain presents outgoing Ponemah Representative Glenda Martin with RED LAKE - Today, at the Red Lake Tribal Council Regular meeting, newly elected and re-elected members of the Red Lake Tribal Council were officially sworn into office. Newly elected Ponemah Representative, Randy "Jiggs"...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 13, 2012

Representatives sworn in at Red Lake Tribal Council Meeting - P3

Red Lake Tribal Chairman Floyd "Buck" Jourdain presents outgoing Ponemah Representative Glenda Martin with RED LAKE - Today, at the Red Lake Tribal Council Regular meeting, newly elected and re-elected members of the Red Lake Tribal Council were officially sworn into office. Newly elected Ponemah Representative, Randy "Jiggs"...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 13, 2012

Representatives sworn in at Red Lake Tribal Council Meeting - P4

Red Lake Tribal Chairman Floyd "Buck" Jourdain presents outgoing Ponemah Representative Glenda Martin with RED LAKE - Today, at the Red Lake Tribal Council Regular meeting, newly elected and re-elected members of the Red Lake Tribal Council were officially sworn into office. Newly elected Ponemah Representative, Randy "Jiggs"...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 13, 2012

Representatives sworn in at Red Lake Tribal Council Meeting - P5

Red Lake Tribal Chairman Floyd "Buck" Jourdain presents outgoing Ponemah Representative Glenda Martin with RED LAKE - Today, at the Red Lake Tribal Council Regular meeting, newly elected and re-elected members of the Red Lake Tribal Council were officially sworn into office. Newly elected Ponemah Representative, Randy "Jiggs"...

 

Charles Raisch Jr.

Charles John Raisch, Jr, 65, of Cass Lake, passed away unexpectedly June 9, 2012 at his home. A memorial gathering will be 1-4 p.m. Wednesday, June 13 at the Cass Lake Facility Center....

 
 Events   

Dancing for Fun with Suzy & Hondo

Dancing for Fun with Suzy & Hondo Everyone Invited - All Districts Sunday, June 10th Sunday, June 24th - CANCELLED Ponemah Boys and Girls Club Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Dances: Electric Slide, Ruby Baby, Cha Cha Slide, Born to Boogie, Southside Shuffle, Slappin Leather, Cotton-Eyed Joe and much, much more to choose from. Call...

 

Puposky man appears on strangulation charge

BEMIDJI – A 39-year-old Puposky man stands accused of using a nylon webbing belt to strangle a woman in an effort to secure her consent for sexual relations. John Michael Luedecke, 39, of Puposky, was charged Tuesday in Beltrami County District Court with felony domestic assault by strangulation and felony terroristic threats...

 

Secretarial Commission on Indian Trust Administration and Reform to Participate in Native America Calling Radio Show

WASHINGTON, D.C. – As part of President Obama’s commitment to fulfilling this nation’s trust responsibilities to American Indians and Alaska Natives, the Office of the Secretary of the Interior will have the Secretarial Commission on Indian Trust Administration and Reform participating in a live radio-broadcast talk show on Wednesday, June 13, 2012. The Secretarial...

 
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FARM MACHINERY & CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AUCTION

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Red Lake Farms has downsized their wild rice farming operation and will liquidate the following equipment excess to ongoing operations. There are also some additions from other Red Lake agencies. Along with a number of good working units, there is a large quantity of units for parts, salvage and/ or iron...

 
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Turning Your Entrepreneurial Ideas Into A Meaningful Business

About the Bold Thinking Workshop Developing a new business in Indian country presents unique development challenges not only for the business but also for the entrepreneur that desires to create, develop, and launch the new business. It is also important for new entrepreneurs to recognize that being an entrepreneur in Indian country means that you are a part of a cultural as...

 

No basketball camp for Wednesday 6-13-12

No basketball camp for Wednesday 6-13-12...

 
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Ready To Quit Smoking?

The Red Lake Hospital Pharmacy is now providing a Tobacco Cessation Clinic (TCC).  If you or someone you know is interested in quitting smoking and would like assistance during this difficult process, we offer counseling services that will better prepare you for this change in your life.  Medication options are also available to assist you in leading a tobacco-free life....

 

SMSC Announces Dates for Annual Wacipi: August 17, 18, and 19, 2012

Shakopee, MN – Each August hundreds of dancers and singers from across the country gather at the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community annual Wacipi (Pow Wow). This year the event will be held on Friday through Sunday, August 17, 18, and 19, 2012. The Wacipi will be held at the Pow Wow Grounds on the SMSC reservation, on Dakotah Parkway, just south of County Road 42 between Co...

 

Storyteller Anne Dunn presents program at Bemidji Library Book Festival

A rapt audience of more than 70 people listened to how the Creator laid down the rules for humankind as told by Ojibwe storyteller Anne M. Dunn Tuesday morning....

 

THE 24 SEVEN – June 13, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – June 13, 2012 Obama's N.Y. Jewish support skids 22 points in month President Obama's support among Jewish voters in the state of N... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=39092&L=17663&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Major consequences tied to Obama's eligibility The birth issue surrounding President...

 

USDA Seeks Applications for Grants to Help Rural Businesses Create Jobs

WASHINGTON, June 12, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA is accepting applications for grants to help promote sustainable economic development and job creation in rural communities. "Cooperative enterprises often lead economic growth and job creation in rural areas," Vilsack said. "USDA is offering grants to help organizations start...

 
 By Jack Hittinger    Sports    June 13, 2012

Area golfers have mixed results at state tournament

COON RAPIDS – Trey Dale finished tied for 20th after the first day of the MSHSL Class AAA Boys State Golf Tournament, held Tuesday at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids. The Bemidji senior, who finished tied for 23rd place last season with a 152 overall, shot a 77 on the first day, firing a 38 on the east course and 39 on the west course. “There was some good and some...

 

Editorial: A promising deal for Canterbury, tribe

Today -- fittingly in Shakopee, named for a Dakota chief -- the Minnesota Racing Commission will consider whether to approve a chance for a positive turn in this state's relationships with its native tribes....

 

New cancer risk: Diesel fumes

LONDON - Diesel fumes cause cancer, the World Health Organization's cancer agency declared Tuesday, a ruling it said could make exhaust as significant a public health threat as secondhand smoke....

 

Blockade Down at Gitxsan Office but Protest Not Over

After more than six months, the blockade at the Gitxsan Treaty Office in Hazelton has been taken down....

 

Abenaki Chief Denies Embezzlement Charges

The former leader of an Indian tribe in Vermont has pleaded not guilty to charges that she embezzled $35,000 from the tribe....

 

Mercury Poisoning Five Decades Later for Grassy Narrows and White Dog First Nations

It has been nearly five decades, but the people of Grassy Narrows First Nation in Ontario are still plagued by mercury poisoning despite numerous remediation measures and cleanup promises, a leading Japanese expert has found. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/06/12/mercury-poisoning-five-decades-later-for-grassy-narrows-and-white-dog-first-nations-117843...

 

First Nations members eligible for $20,000 each in land claim deal

Members of the Cote First Nation, near Kamsack, Sask., are eligible to receive $20,000 each as part of a comprehensive land claim settlement valued at $130 million....

 

Women's rights on the reservation

Almost everywhere in the United States women ages 17 and older are allowed to legally purchase emergency contraception over-the-counter without a prescription. However, according to a report conducted by the Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center and a handful of Native American women surveyed by the report, almost all facilities located on reservations in...

 

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