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Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P13

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Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P14

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Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P15

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Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P16

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Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P17

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Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P18

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Goodbye Charlie - VIDEO

Goodbye Charlie - VIDEO...

 

The King and Brollin Wedding - VIDEO

The King and Brollin Wedding - VIDEO...

 

Diane Cook

Diane “Lady Di” Kay Cook, 48, of Red Lake, died Saturday, June 11, 2011, at the Red Lake Hospital in Red Lake. A funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 16, at the St. Mary’s Mission Catholic Church in Red Lake, with Father Jerry Rogers officiating. A wake will begin at 1 p.m., Tuesday, June 14, at the Red Lake Commu...

 

Clarence Day Sr.

Clarence E. “Bo” Day Sr., 68, of Cass Lake, formerly of Nett Lake, died Friday, June 10, 2011, at the Virginia Convalescent Center. Traditional services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 14, at the Nett Lake Community Center, where visitation will begin after 4 p.m. Monday, with Spiritual Advisor Steven Jackson officiating....

 

Weather holds for DARE Night at Bemidji Speedway

Dare officer Kimberly Wood and patrol officer Robert McClain joined all the drivers on the front straight during intermission of DARE “Say No To Drugs” night at Bemidji Speedway Sunday night. The officers and drivers met with the kids and fans signing autographs and handing out photos. Great track conditions, a great field of cars and smiling faces could be seen around the...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    June 14, 2011

Bagley-Fosston wins state girls track championship

In 2009 the population of St. Peter was 10,946. The community nestled along the banks of the Minnesota River in southern Minnesota also is home to Gustavus Adolphus College, a private liberal arts institution with an enrollment of 2,456 students. About 1,283 people live in Bagley and another 1,468 call Fosston home. Collectively the two communities are about one-fourth the...

 

Executive Chef - Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN

RATE OF PAY: Depending upon experience LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, Mn OPENS: June 13, 2011 CLOSES: Until filled SCOPE OF POSITION Under the general supervision of the General Manager and F & B Restaurant Manager is responsible to oversee assigned shift for Seven Clans Casinos. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES...

 

First Regional Tribal Consultation on Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program Announced

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Deputy Secretary of the Interior David J. Hayes today announced Billings, Montana as the location for the first of six regional government-to-government tribal consultations regarding the Trust Land Consolidation component of the Cobell Settlement. “These regional consultations will provide valuable input in developing an implementation strategy that will b...

 

Ojibwe Language Instructor and Drum and Singing Instructor

OJIBWE LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR AND DRUM AND SINGING INSTRUCTOR NEEDED!! PLEASE CONTACT RED LAKE URBAN OFFICE AT: 211 E 2ND ST. DULUTH, MN PHONE: 218-6244418 TOLL FREE: 1-877-414-4418 FAX: 218-624-0211 redlakeurbanoffice@redlakeurban.com...

 

USDA Announces New Recreational, Fishing and Hunting Opportunities in Rural Areas

WASHINGTON, June 13, 2011 — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced developments in two popular USDA programs that will support conservation of working lands for the benefit of wildlife, water quality, and recreation. The Secretary announced that USDA will accept 2.8 million acres offered by landowners under the 41st Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) general sign-u...

 

Agriculture Secretary Announces Goal for Smart Grid Investments and Funding to Improve Electric Services to Customers in 10 States

WASHINGTON, June 13, 2011 — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack joined Administration officials today to announce initiatives aimed at modernizing the nation's electric grid, including USDA's goal to invest $250 million in smart grid equipment deployment in rural America over the next 12 months. "This is one more step in our effort to modernize rural America's electric grid."...

 

EPA Improves Clean-Air Permitting in Indian Country

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today finalized rules to ensure that Clean Air Act permitting requirements are applied consistently to facilities in Indian country to better protect the health of people living near them. This action will provide tribes with the tools they need to ensure that newly built or expanding facilities meet these...

 
 Events   

Legislators, Commissioner Wright to Hold Higher Education Roundtable Discussion at BSU

(ST. PAUL) — State Representatives Terry Morrow (DFL – St. Peter) and John Persell (DFL – Bemidji), State Senator Sandra Pappas (DFL – St. Paul) and Higher Education Commissioner Sheila Wright will hold a roundtable meeting at Bemidji State University to discuss the effects of the Republican budget on higher education. WHO: State Representatives Terry Morrow, State...

 

Prices fuel debate behind tribal gas tax exemption

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Receipts from tribal-owned gas stations on the Yakama reservation aren't adding up, say some tribal customers, state tax collectors and non-Indian competitors....

 

High Court Overturns Tribe's Discovery Order

(CN) - Attorney-client privilege shields documents that may show how the government mismanaged the Jicarilla Apache Nation's trust assets, the Supreme Court ruled Monday....

 

Snoqualmie Tribe chief calls for membership to throw out Tribal Council

Snoqualmie Tribe Chief Jerry Enick is calling on the tribe’s members to throw out most of their elected officials. The longtime chief has called for a meeting of the general membership Saturday, June 18 in Monroe....

 

Native grads would soar if learning gap closed, activist says

KINGSTON—Canada could be producing 4,200 more home-grown university grads a year and reap an estimated $401 billion more in economic productivity over 25 years if it wiped out the “tragic” learning gap between natives and the rest of Canada, says a First Nations lawyer and activist....

 

Monitoring of First Nations beefed up in '06

The federal government stepped up surveillance of First Nations across Canada shortly after the 2006 election to better monitor political action such as protests over land claims, according to internal Indian Affairs and RCMP documents obtained by a Mohawk policy analyst....

 

A Critical Time to Protect Native Women and Advance Tribal Jurisdiction

Washington, DC can be a frustrating place—truly. Each time I meet with our federal partners or my Native brothers and sisters that reside there, I always tell them that I am praying for their sanity. As a traditional councilwoman for the Pauma Band of Mission Indians and as someone who knows the tangible impact that government leaders have on those they serve, half the time...

 

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