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Articles from the June 19, 2012 edition

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 By Lisa Stately    News    June 19, 2012

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 19, 2012

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session - P2

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session - P2...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 19, 2012

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session - P3

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session - P3...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 19, 2012

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session - P4

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session - P4...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 19, 2012

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session - P5

Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - Sunday Session - P5...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 19, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P8

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P8...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 19, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P9

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P9...

 
 By Lisa Stately    News    June 19, 2012

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P10

Past Weekend Hinckley Pow Wow 2012 - P10...

 

Puposky man’s court hearing continued

BEMIDJI – John Michael Luedecke, 39, of Puposky, appeared in Beltrami County District Court Monday morning before Judge Paul Benshoof. Luedecke’s appearance was continued to June 25, when he will appear before Judge John Melbye on two court files, including one with two felony charges and one accusing him of violating...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton to Sponsor Annual July 4th Fireworks

Prior Lake, MN – To celebrate the July 4th holiday, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community invites the public to a free fireworks display on Wednesday, July 4, 2012. For the 18th consecutive year the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community is sponsoring a fireworks display at their Wacipi (Pow Wow) Grounds in Shakopee, Minnesota. The fireworks will go on, rain or shine,...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – June 19, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – June 19, 2012 Mexican president all for Obama's immigration reform Mexican President Felipe Calderon praised President Obama on Mo... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=40450&L=18236&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Jury finds Roger Clemens not guilty on all charges Roger Clemens has been acquitted on...

 

Cook/Housekeeper - New Beginnings Child Care Center

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Cook/Housekeeper New Beginnings Child Care Center 15525 Mendota Ave, Box 416 Redby, MN 56670 (2180 679-3350 Open: June 20, 2012 Close: July 5, 2012 Primary Function: To provide assistance to the Child Care Center by cooking, housekeeping, including but not limited to inventory and ordering supplies. This...

 

Laverdure Announces Handbook on Crime-Reduction Best Practices from the BIA Office of Justice Services

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Acting Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Donald E. “Del” Laverdure today announced that the Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Justice Services (OJS) has issued a handbook on best practices for reducing crime in Indian Country. The publication, “Crime- Reduction Best Practices Handbook: Making Indian Communities Safe 2012,” was developed by the...

 
 Events   

National Summer Transportation Institute - July 2nd to July 20th

National Summer Transportation Institute Who: Students in grades 6-12 What: The Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Red Lake Nation College have partnered to bring you the National Summer Transportation Institute to introduce you to the world of land, water, and air transportation. When: July 2nd to July 20th **start...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    June 19, 2012

2012 title run brings state baseball record for BHS

MINNEAPOLIS - The Bemidji baseball program set a Minnesota High School League record last weekend as the Lumberjacks made their 20th trip to the state baseball tournament. In the previous 19 appearances the Lumberjacks have claimed the championship once – in 1973 – and finished as the runner-up in 1956 and 1986. BHS placed third place in 1969 and 1982. In 1956, Bemidji...

 

DNR: Invasive species violation rates unacceptable

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A crackdown on the spread of aquatic invasive species isn’t getting through to enough Minnesota boaters, the Department of Natural Resources said Monday....

 

Judge sets court date for man accused in cross burning

BEMIDJI – Derek Daniel Barnes, 20, of Bemidji, appeared Monday morning in Beltrami County District Court for a hearing before Judge Paul Benshoof. Barnes appeared on four court files, including one for a charge of felony stalking/harassment for his alleged role in the Northern Township cross-burning that occurred earlier this month. The other files include a 2011 felony...

 

Stabbing report leads to arrest

BEMIDJI – A 37-year-old Bemidji man is in custody following a reported stabbing early Monday morning. Kevin Lee Lumbar, 37, is in Beltrami County Jail on suspicion of second-degree assault. Lee was arrested after Bemidji police officers received a call at 4:30 a.m. Monday on the 400 block of 15th Street Northwest. Initial reports said a female had been stabbed inside an...

 

Alarmed at deaths, state officials battle heroin

St. Cloud, Minn. – Concerned about a spike in heroin use around the state, Minnesota’s law enforcement and public health agencies are trying to cut off the source of the heroin and at the same time get hold of what’s quickly become an epidemic....

 

Curtis Randall Johnson

Curtis Randall Johnson whose Ojibwe name is “Miskwaanakad” which means “Red Cloud” , 26, of Red Lake, MN, died Saturday, June 16, 2012 at the Sanford Fargo Medical Center in Fargo, ND. Traditional Funeral services will be at 10:00 am Thursday, June 21, 2012 at the Redby Community Center in Redby with spiritual leader...

 

Karen J. Hough

Karen Jean (Lindahl) Hough, Indian name Migiskaan, "Fish hook," 68, died June 16, 2012 at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Friday, June 22 at Bemidji United Methodist Church in Bemidji. A wake is being held at the family home in LaPorte until the time of the service....

 

Derwin Scott Lee Lovelace

Derwin Scott Lee (Tuffie) Lovelace, 39, "GA BA BIN ACE" which means Forever Flying Bird, of Hammond, MN started his journey with the creator on Friday June 8, 2012. He passed away at his home. He was born the oldest son of Sharon Lovelace on March 29, 1973 in Shakopee, Minnesota. Derwin enjoyed being home on the “rez”,...

 

Talk of drones patrolling US skies raises fear Americans' privacy may be at risk

WASHINGTON - The prospect that thousands of drones could be patrolling U.S. skies by the end of this decade is raising the specter of a Big Brother government that peers into backyards and bedrooms....

 

House agrees to pay Minnesota tribes $28 million

WASHINGTON - Congress is moving towards repaying a multi-million dollar debt to northern Minnesota's Indian tribes more than 100 years after the U.S. government and frontiersman bilked them in land and timber deals. At least one Indian band remains unhappy with the plan, however and is threatening a lawsuit to stop the payout. The U.S. House approved a $28 million payment to...

 

Tribe affirms decision to expel 154 members

The 154 people ousted from the Pala Band of Mission Indians in February were officially stripped of their tribal membership last week even though the federal government recommended that they be allowed to remain Pala members....

 

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