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Articles from the June 22, 2012 edition

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Valerie Ann Stately-Schoenborn

Valerie Ann Stately Shoenborn (“Misko Ginew Ikwe” - Red Eagle Woman), 46 of Red Lake died Tuesday, June 19, 2012 at Sanford Fargo Medical Center. Funeral Services will be 1:00 pm Saturday, June 23, 2012 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Red Lake. A wake will begin at 6:00 pm Thursday, June 21, 2012 at the Redby Communit...

 

Man pleads guilty to federal drug, gun charges

MINNEAPOLIS – A 49-year-old Red Lake man pleaded guilty Thursday to possessing more than 2.5 kilograms of marijuana with intent to distribute and possessing a firearm in support of drug trafficking. Keith Brian Donnell pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis to one count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug-trafficking offense and one count of...

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 22, 2012

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - First Day

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - First Day...

 
 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 22, 2012

Nagaajiwanaang Language Camp - First Day - P2

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 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 22, 2012

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 By Ivy Vainio    News    June 22, 2012

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Back in Time - February 2003

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Back in Time - February 2003 - P2

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Back in Time - February 2003 - P3

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Census Bureau News: Public Education Finances: 2010

The nation’s elementary-secondary public school systems spent an average of $10,615 per pupil in fiscal year 2010, up 1.1 percent from the previous year, according to statistics released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. District of Columbia public schools spent $18,667 per student in 2010, which is the most of any state or state equivalent. States that spent the most per...

 

Salazar Approves First-Ever Commercial Solar Energy Project on American Indian Trust Lands

WASHINGTON – As part of the Obama Administration’s all of the above approach to American energy, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today approved a 350-megawatt solar energy project on tribal trust land of the Moapa Band of Paiute Indians (Tribe) in Clark County, Nevada. The project marks a milestone as the first-ever,...

 

Adam Beach in Red Lake - VIDEO

Adam Beach in Red Lake - VIDEO...

 

Red Lake Patients please plan accordingly and get your refills called in

Red Lake Pharmacy Early Closure: The Red Lake Pharmacy will close June 29th at 12:30pm to move to its new space. We will re-open on Monday July 2, 2012 at 8:00am. We need to make this move in order to improve the services we provide. We plan to have a completely renovated pharmacy by the end of August. You can expect to see a...

 

The 24-Seven - June 22, 2012

The 24-Seven - June 22, 2012 Senator tells his coal-rich state to 'face reality' West Virginia coal operators must stop shrugging off climate ch... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=41054&L=18606&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- U.S. general accused of blocking corruption probe One of the U.S. Army’s rising stars...

 

Minnesota DNR survey: Most oppose wolf hunt

About 80 percent of the more than 7,000 people responding to an online survey by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) opposed a wolf hunting and trapping season....

 

Minneapolis limits access to lakes to fight invasive species

Park leaders in Minneapolis have imposed new restrictions on boat traffic on city lakes, a drastic effort to prevent the spread of invasive species that surprised anglers and conservation leaders....

 

State judge says police have no right to seize native cigarettes bound for out of state

ALBANY — A judge ordered State Police to give back a truckload of untaxed, native-made cigarettes, dealing a blow to officials pushing a state policy requiring tax stamps on tobacco products. Read more: http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/State-judge-says-police-have-no-right-to-seize-3650542.php#ixzz1yWBHdjQu...

 

Judge: State Police Had No Right To Seize Cigarettes

A state Supreme Court judge has ruled state police had no right to seize a truckload of untaxed Native American-made cigarettes earlier this year....

 

Yankton Sioux government crisis deepens

WAGNER — Six new interim members of the Yankton Sioux Tribe Business and Claims Committee were reportedly sworn in Wednesday after an apparently hectic meeting of the tribe’s General Council was called by recently suspended tribal officials....

 

Court upholds end of father's parental rights in Fort Peck tribe case

PIERRE, S.D. — The South Dakota Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a lower court's decision to end a man's parental rights to his daughter in a ruling that defines the extent of efforts that the state must make to prevent the breakup of an American Indian family. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/article_77e79f58-9583-571a...

 

Child abuse a concern at Spirit Lake

FARGO – A federal human services administrator is urging sweeping steps to correct what he calls bureaucratic “inaction and excuses” in failing to protect endangered children at Spirit Lake Nation....

 

Blackfeet Nation announces $550 per capita payments

The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council (BTBC) has announced that it approved $550 per capita payments to be sent to all Tribal members on or about June 28th, 2012....

 

Tribal PACs shut out Senate GOP caucus

Minnesota’s Indian tribes have been spreading more political contributions to Republicans since they took over control of the Legislature in 2010. That trend is continuing this year, but with one notable exception: the Senate GOP caucus hasn’t received a dime from the tribes....

 

Tribal police mum about crash investigation

The Southern Ute Indian Police Department has not released names of four people who were killed in a car crash Friday near Bondad, about four miles north of the New Mexico line near U.S. Highway 550....

 

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