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Articles from the June 20, 2011 edition

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Emma King

Emma Rose King, 3-month-old daughter of Mishaun Neadeau and Forrest King Sr., died Thursday, June 16, 2011, at her home. Arrangements are pending with Cease Family Funeral Home of Bemidji....

 

Agriculture Deputy Secretary Meets Pennsylvania Business Leaders to Support Economic Growth and Job Creation

YORK, Penn., June 17, 2011 – Deputy Agriculture Secretary Kathleen Merrigan and other USDA officials met with business leaders in York, Pennsylvania today to explore ways federal, state and local officials can work together to improve economic conditions and create jobs. The meeting was part of a series of White House Business Council Roundtable events being held across the...

 
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Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials for Week of June 20th - 26th

Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials for Week of June 20th - 26th...

 
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Warrior Grill Weekly Special for Week of June 20th-24th

MENU FOR NEXT WEEK:) Weekly Special for Week of June 20th-24th Monday.........................BBQ Pork Sandwich Pulled pork in bbq sauce served on a toasted hoagie bun. Comes with o-rings...................................................................$5 .95 Tuesday..........................Buffalo Chicken Wrap Deep fried...

 

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P37

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P37...

 

Exhibition Focusing on Native Nations in Minnesota and the History of Treaty Making will begin Statewide Tour in August

(SAINT PAUL, Minn., June 17) – “Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations” is a new traveling exhibition that will explore the Native nations in Minnesota and their history of treaty making with the United States. The grand opening will be Aug. 3 at the White Earth Tribal Headquarters on the White Earth Reservation (35500 Eagle View Road, Ogema...

 

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P38

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P38...

 

Arrest of Suspect in Shots Fired Incident

On Thursday, June 16, 2011 at approximately 8:33 PM, the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of gunfire and screaming coming from a residence on Canopy Lane SW, located in Bemidji Township, Beltrami County, approximately 3 miles from Bemidji. Deputies who arrived on scene located a marijuana growing...

 

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P39

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P39...

 

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P40

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P40...

 

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P41

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P41...

 

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P42

Red Lake Elementary School Eight Day Academy 2011 P42...

 

Cobell fairness hearing starts Monday; billions of dollars at stake

On Monday morning, a federal judge in Washington, D.C., will begin hearing arguments on the fairness of a settlement agreement reached in a class-action lawsuit filed against the government by Indians who claim the Department of Interior mismanaged their trust accounts....

 

Protesters temporarily halt Snowbowl construction; six arrested

Around 5 a.m. on Thursday, six protesters walked up the San Francisco Peaks and chained themselves to equipment as well as material, briefly bringing construction of a pipeline project to a halt....

 

Juaneño, Other Local Nonprofits Lose Tax-Exempt Status

The Juaneño Band of Mission Indians is among 20 local nonprofits whose tax-exempt status has been revoked by the IRS....

 

Residents fighting tribes hold rally

Carrying signs saying, "Bono Mack, Where are you?" "Don't take our home for casinos," and other calls for help, a group of about 100 people rallied Thursday in front of the county courthouse in Riverside to complain about the impact they say local American Indian tribes are having on their property....

 

First Nations people now covered under rights act

First Nations people living on reserves will get the same human rights protections as other Canadians for the first time following the closing of a 30-year legislative gap....

 

Live from Minneapolis, ‘American Indians Got Talent’!

A lot of Indian country’s biggest entertainers came together last weekend for the Twin Cities American Indian Arts Festival. We’re talking guitarist Gabriel Ayala, rapper Chase Manhattan, the Bluedog Band, comedian Tito Ybarra (you loved him in “Slapping Medicine Man”). But we were pretty pleased to find these clips from the Festival’s open-mic event “American...

 

Dismantled sweat lodge exposes rift in Christian, traditional teaching

They arrived in the darkness of a northern winter day, some holding axes, others grabbing objects in gloved hands. They tore away at blankets and birch branches. They hacked at the rope that lashed the lumber together....

 

Karuk Tribe, conservation groups win suit against US Forest Service

A federal judge this week found that Six Rivers National Forest violated the National Historic Preservation Act when it implemented a timber harvest plan in 2009....

 

Choctaw chief race goes to runoff election

PHILADELPHIA, Miss. -- Who will be the chief, or miko, of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, will be determined by a runoff election July 11. The winner will help decide whether the tribe should pursue additional casino projects. Read more: http://www.sunherald.com/2011/06/17/3205669/choctaw-chief-race-goes-to-runoff.html#ixzz1PkSMlWnb...

 

St. Regis Mohawks upset over GM site employment

MASSENA — Officials from the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Council expressed frustration Thursday over lingering uncertainties of employment at the General Motors Powertrain demolition site....

 

Judges don’t really care about women: Ontario’s prostitution case

TORONTO, Ontario, June 17, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Hearings in Ontario’s landmark prostitution case, that could see the complete decriminalization of prostitution, came to an end yesterday, after four days of discussion. Much as expected, the five-judge Appeals Court panel retired to discuss the outcome, which could take up to six months....

 

Peterson leaves pits for the track

Working as a pit man for legendary Bemidji Speedway racer Junior Jones was all it took for Pure Stock driver Cory Peterson to get the itch to race himself. The 23-year-old driver from Red Lake has been racing for three years in the Bemidji Pure Stock class driving the No. 7 Monte Carlo. When Peterson isn’t racing he’s...

 
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National summit aimed at preventing Native American teen suicide

MILWAUKEE, WI (WTAQ) - A national summit will be held this summer to address the growing number of Native American teens who are committing suicide....

 

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