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Articles from the June 21, 2011 edition

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Emma King

Emma Rose King, 3-months-old, of Bemidji, died Thursday, June 16, 2011, in her home. A funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 21, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Red Lake, with the Rev. Jerry Rogers officiating. A wake will begin Monday, June 20, and continue until the time of services on Tuesday. Burial will be in...

 

Thank You from the Diane Cook/Auginash Families

The Diane Kay Cook/Auginash families would like to thank everyone for their support and kind words during the loss of our loved one. Miigwetch to all the pallbearers, Father Rogers, Cease Funeral Home,. Red Lake Hospital, Fairview University Hospital in Minneapolis and the drum group for their beautiful singing. A big thank you to our Uncle and his wife, Fabian and Missy Cook,...

 
 Events   

Red Lake School Board Regular Meeting

Red Lake School Board Regular Meeting Wednesday, June 22, 2011 - Administration Conference Room...

 

Ojibwe Translations for Phrases Common to Northern Minnesota Now Online

My Shared Vision partner Rachelle Houle and I have been working as volunteers to place Ojibwe/English (bilingual) signage at worksites in and around Bemidji. Our sales pitch is that it may make Indian people feel more welcome and respected in the community, it might teach non-Indians a bit about the culture that was here long...

 

Melgaard receives state supervisor of year award

Wanda Melgaard of Bemidji, team leader with Rural Minnesota CEP, has been named the Minnesota Family Investment Program Supervisor of the Year. Melgaard has been instrumental in the development and continuation of three MFIP services in partnership with Beltrami County: Families Achieving Success Together, Youth Career Advisor and postsecondary education services. In the...

 
 By Jake Urban    Business    June 21, 2011

Construction begins on Conifer Estates

The groundbreaking ceremony for the Conifer Estates low-income housing development took place Thursday morning and construction is now underway. “The roads are under construction right now,” said Community Development Director Tim Flathers. Construction of Conifer Avenue, a new street that was needed in order to access the...

 

Indian Health Service Electronic Health Records System Certified for Meaningful Use

The Indian Health Service (IHS) has become the first federal agency to have its health information system certified for what is called Meaningful Use. The IHS Resource and Patient Management System (RPMS) recently successfully passed all tests required for certification as a Complete Electronic Health Record (EHR) for ambulatory and inpatient settings, based on criteria...

 
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NICWA 2012 Call for Native Artists

NICWA invites American Indian and Alaska Native artists to participate in Call for Artists 2012. NICWA's annual Call for Native Artists competition for the "Protecting Our Children" conference has proven to be very successful, and we are excited to once again provide an opportunity for Native artists to showcase their talents. The selected artist will be awarded a cash prize...

 

Use of Health Information Technology at the Red Lake Hospital

The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, part of the Recovery Act signed into law by President Obama on February 17th, 2009, designated funding to modernize the health care system by promoting and expanding the adoption of health information technology by hospitals and clinicians through Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments to health...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    June 21, 2011

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    June 21, 2011

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011 P2

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011 P2...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    June 21, 2011

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011 P3

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011 P3...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    June 21, 2011

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011 P4

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011 P4...

 
 By Gerald Auginash    News    June 21, 2011

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011 P5

Red Lake Middle School Conference of May 2011 P5...

 

Father’s Day was special at Bemidji Speedway

It was Father’s Day on Sunday at Bemidji Speedway and for two dads in particular it couldn’t have been more special. Bill Smith watched as two of his sons Billy and Skyler won features on Sunday night in the Mini Stock and Midwest Modified classes. And Dean Larson had a unique viewpoint to watch his son Tyler win the Mod Four feature as Dean finished second in the race. The...

 

Looking Back: Marty, SD Mission School

This web site was started by the 2009 Marty Reunion Committee and continues with contributions from the Marty Family who attend the annual Marty reunions. We hope you enjoy your visit to the web site. You will see many photos and read many stories that have been contributed by Marty alumni. We welcome comments and encourage you...

 

Big Tobacco launches $1.5-B lawsuit against First Nations smoke shops

Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd. has decided to butt into the debate on contraband cigarettes, launching a $1.5-billion lawsuit against what it calls contraband tobacco manufacturers and retailers on First Nations reserves. Read more: http://www.canada.com/news/Tobacco+launches+lawsuit+against+First+Nations+smoke+shops/4966630/story.html#ixzz1PsZ7u4Vi...

 

Sauk Suiattle Tribe investigated for mismanagement of federal funds

Owen Couch is beginning to realize what it’s like to be unemployed. Last Friday he was fired from his job as a police officer with the Sauk Suiattle Tribe. His chief gave the news....

 

Campaign for High School Equity Pushes High School Reform For All Races

According to the National Indian Education Association, the Campaign for High School Equity (CHSE) is a diverse coalition of leading civil rights and education advocacy organizations. On June 7, 2011 the group held “Communities of Color Define Policy Priorities for High School Reform” in Washington, D.C. The organization released a plan to ensure all students graduate high...

 

River levels still a concern on Flathead Reservation

PABLO- Tribal officials say that river levels are continuing to rise across the area....

 

Suspect charged in drug case

At 6:45 p.m. Thursday, June 16, the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of gunfire and screaming coming from a residence on Canopy Lane S.W. in Bemidji Township, approximately three miles south of Bemidji....

 

No negotiations with 10 days of state money left

ST. PAUL — Ten days remain before the state budget runs dry, but no high-level budget talks have occurred since Thursday....

 

Judge Approves $3.4B Settlement in Native American Class Action

A federal judge in Washington on Monday evening approved a landmark $3.4 billion settlement in a Native American class action that stands to compensate hundreds of thousands of American Indians....

 

US approves $3.4bn Native American settlement

A US federal judge has approved a $3.4bn settlement over "mismanaged" Native American royalties, in a case that represents the largest settlement ever approved against the US government....

 

Slain Iqaluit family had been shot

Four members of an Iqaluit family who were found dead earlier this month had been shot, Nunavut's chief coroner has confirmed....

 

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