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 By Jon Roberts    Sports    June 15, 2011

RLYB Loses a Heartbreaker in Extra Frames

In Bemidji Youth Baseball action Tuesday, Red Lake Youth Baseball led early only to fall to Team Subway in 8 innings in one of the most exciting games of the season, which was witnessed by a large group of Red Lake fans who made the trip. Rob Beaulieu started the offense for Red Lake with a 1st inning single and scored on...

 

Elizabeth Blue

Elizabeth Ann (“Betty”) (Twining) Blue, 91, of Duluth, formerly of Bemidji, died Friday, June 3, 2011, in the Hospice Unit at St. Luke’s Hospital in Duluth, Minn. Services were held at Benedictine Health Center Chapel on Monday, June 6. She was born January 23, 1920, in Chicago, Ill. She graduated from Milwaukee-Downer...

 

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...

 

Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk Charts Balanced Course for Off-Reservation Gaming Policy;

MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin – Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk today affirmed that the Department of the Interior will continue to pursue a balanced course on offreservation gaming policy, taking into account the views and concerns of tribes, Federal, State and local elected officials and affected citizens. Echo Hawk spoke at a gathering of the National...

 

HR Employee Relations Specialist - Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN

HR EMPLOYEE RELATIONS SPECIALIST RATE OF PAY: Depending upon experience LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN OPENS: June 10, 2011 CLOSES: Until filled POSITION OBJECTIVES: Under the general supervision of the Human Resource Manager and Human Resource Director is responsible to assist with the overall Human...

 
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NDN Entrepreneur Class

Natives Developing Natives REGISTER TODAY Thinking about starting a business, or managing more business techniques? This class is for you A 10 week class where you'll gather information for business success, while drafting or updating your business plan. Starts Monday, July 25, 2011 Evenings 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM Red Lake Nation...

 

Echo Hawk Outlines Progress of Empowerment Agenda in Speech to National Congress of American Indians at NCAI 2011 Mid-Year Conference

WASHINGTON – In a keynote address to tribal leaders attending the National Congress of American Indians 2011 Mid-Year Conference in Milwaukee, Wis., Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk today described the progress being made in a comprehensive agenda to restore integrity in U.S. government relations with American Indian and Alaska Native leaders, fulfill trust...

 
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Beltrami County Highway Department Road Construction to begin Wed. June 15th

Road construction will begin Wednesday June 15, 2011, on Co Rd 26, Great Divide Rd NW, from State Hwy 89 to Co Rd 15, Irvine Ave NW. The road will remain open as the contractor applies a new layer of bituminous surfacing. The contractor will utilize flaggers to control traffic through this area and motorists that travel this segment should expect delays. The project is...

 

Shutdown threatens aid to poor, disabled

More than half a million Minnesotans could lose government-funded medical care, child care and food support as of July 1 if the impending state shutdown occurs....

 

Apache Skateboards presents "Apachelypse Now"

Apache Skateboards presents "Apachelypse Now" Features skaterboarders from Red Lake......

 

500 police raid Mohawk territories in drug and organized crime operation

Police arrested dozens of suspects in a massive drug crackdown Tuesday involving about 500 officers, including the RCMP, at Mohawk communities around Montreal....

 

Drug raids target Que. Mohawk communities

Raids targeting an alleged organized crime and drug trafficking ring based in Kanesatake, Que., will curb intimidation and harassment in the Mohawk community, authorities said Tuesday....

 

Drug cops raid First Nations areas

Marijuana trafficking in Kanesatake has evolved over the past few years and has resulted in the forging of new ties between dealers on the territory northwest of Montreal and other organized crime groups, police alleged Tuesday. Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Drug+cops+raid+First+Nations+areas/4943571/story.html#ixzz1PLg3nxLc...

 

Denson leads race for Choctaw Tribal Chief in complete, but unofficial returns

In complete but unofficial returns, incumbent Beasley Denson was leading in the race for Tribal Chief....

 

Lumbee Tribe honors first chairwoman Sharon Hunt

In a ceremony that meshed the modern and the traditional Tuesday night, the Lumbee Tribe celebrated the inauguration of newly raised Tribal Chairwoman Sharon Hunt....

 

Vandals hit school housing Native American program

EUGENE, Ore. - School staff found 17 windows broken by rocks, balls and vodka bottles at the school building off Bailey Hill Road that houses the federally funded education program for Native American students on Tuesday morning....

 

After Millions of Steps, Native American Water Walk Ends in Bad River

BAD RIVER, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) - After walking with buckets of water for several hundred miles, Native American Grandmothers and walkers from the four coasts of North America came together on the Bad River Reservation this weekend....

 

Man sentenced for trading TV for drugs

A Sioux City man is sentenced for a burglary that happened on an indian reservation in Nebraska....

 

Gun Lake Tribe’s Department of Public Safety Certified to Enforce Laws

Today the Gun Lake Tribe (Tribe) announced certification of its Department of Public Safety (police) to enforce federal, state, and tribal law, and to assist local law enforcement in the performance on their duties when needed. The Tribe’s Public Safety Director, Rick Rabenort, was the first officer to become MCOLES certified and cross-deputized by the Allegan County...

 

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