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Articles from the June 23, 2011 edition

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 By Molly Miron    News    June 23, 2011

AmeriCorps YouthBuild: Old Red Lake Casino to become Senior Center

RED LAKE — YouthBuild members from Red Lake, Virginia, Minn., Bi-count Communication Action Program, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe and YouthWorks volunteers from Burlington, Colo., are making a transformation in downtown Red Lake. By late summer, the north end of the Red Lake Humanities Center, which formerly housed the Seven...

 

Red Lake Casino Converted to Senior Center

Red Lake Casino Converted to Senior Center- Lakeland News at Ten - June 22, 2011...

 
 By Chris Jourdain    Sports    June 23, 2011

Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Sampson holds clinic in Red Lake

Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Kelvin Sampson conducted practice sessions and coaching clinics at Red Lake High School on June 11 and June 12. Sampson led two 90-minute practice sessions per day for boys and girls in grades five through 12. He also directed two 50-minute coaching clinics each day. Youth participating in the...

 

Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Sampson holds clinic in Red Lake P2

Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Kelvin Sampson conducted practice sessions and coaching clinics at Red Lake High School on June 11 and June 12. Sampson led two 90-minute practice sessions per day for boys and girls in grades five through 12. He also directed two 50-minute coaching clinics each day. Youth participating in the...

 

Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Sampson holds clinic in Red Lake P3

Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach Kelvin Sampson conducted practice sessions and coaching clinics at Red Lake High School on June 11 and June 12. Sampson led two 90-minute practice sessions per day for boys and girls in grades five through 12. He also directed two 50-minute coaching clinics each day. Youth participating in the...

 

Red Lake Nation Memorial Day Ceremony

Red Lake Nation Memorial Day Ceremony of May 30, 2011 on Lakeland News. http://www.lptv.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=207&Itemid=9&video=newsstories/11053007Red%20Lake%20Nation%20Memorial%20Day%20Ceremony.flv&date=110530&title=Red%20Lake%20Nation%20Memorial%20Day%20Ceremony...

 
 Events   

St. Mary's Mission Food shelves in Red Lake and Ponemah

Red Lake and Ponemah Food shelves will be on Friday the 24th. Red Lake at 11 AM until food is gone and Ponemah at 1 PM until the food is gone....

 
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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 College Registration Deadline: July 18th For more...

 

Ojibwe Language Instructor and Drum and Singing Instructor

OJIBWE LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR AND DRUM AND SINGING INSTRUCTOR NEEDED!! PLEASE CONTACT RED LAKE URBAN OFFICE AT: 211 E 2ND ST. DULUTH, MN PHONE: 218-6244418 TOLL FREE: 1-877-414-4418 FAX: 218-624-0211...

 

Charles W. Prentice Sr. Thank You

The family of Charles W. Prentice Sr., would like to express their gratitude to the many people who honored our husband, son, father, brother, grandpa, uncle, nephew, and cousin by either escorting him in on their motorcycles, sat with our family, brought food, sent flowers/cards, or just remembered us during our final days on earth with Charlie. We are all blessed with...

 

Report Places Emphasis on Need for Broadband in Rural America

WASHINGTON, June 22, 2011--The Department of Agriculture (USDA) today joined the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) in releasing a report to Congress entitled, "Bringing Broadband to Rural America: Update to Report on a Rural Broadband Strategy," for placing new emphasis on the need to support the delivery of broadband to rural communities. The report, prepared by the FCC...

 

USDA Forest Service Awards Nearly $3 Million for Renewable Energy Projects

WASHINGTON, June 22, 2011 -- Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the award of nearly $3 million in grants to 17 small businesses and community groups to develop wood-to-energy projects that require engineering services and will help expand regional economies and create new jobs. "Biomass is a vital part of America's clean energy future as we work to decrease our...

 

Senecas determined while NYS wins smoke case

The Seneca Nation of IndiansbizWatch have vowed to continue to their legal fight against New York’s efforts to collect taxes on tobacco sales made on sovereign territory, despite a ruling that clears the way for the controversial collections to begin....

 

Self-help author convicted of negligent homicide

CAMP VERDE, Ariz. (AP) — A jury has convicted a self-help author who led a sweat lodge ceremony in Arizona that left three people dead....

 

Sweat-lodge case: Ray guilty on 3 counts of negligent homicide

CAMP VERDE -- Self-help author James Arthur Ray was found guilty on three counts of negligent homicide in the deaths of three people who died at his sweat-lodge event near Sedona in October 2009 Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2011/06/22/20110622sweat-lodge-case-james-ray-verdict-arizona.html#ixzz1Q4ExNM8h...

 

Snoqualmie Tribe votes to throw out Tribal Council, hold elections

The Snoqualmie Tribe’s division deepened June 18 when a group of members voted to throw out the current Tribal Council and hold new elections....

 

Yankton Sioux Chalk Up Supreme Court Win

News traveled fast on the Yankton Sioux Reservation on Monday, June 20, as word was passed among tribal members of a U.S. Supreme Court decision ending a protracted effort on the part of the State of South Dakota and Charles Mix County to prove that the reservation had been disestablished by various actions, including the Dawes Act of 1887 and the tribe’s 1894 land...

 

Tiger Woods' injuries lead to postponement of Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge

Tiger Woods’ second appearance at Turning Stone Resort will have to wait....

 

IHS Launches Breastfeeding Initiative through Let’s Move! in Indian Country

The Indian Health Service has launched a new breastfeeding initiative designed to create a healthy start on life and prevent childhood obesity as part of the Let’s Move! in Indian Country (LMIC) initiative, spearheaded by First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative....

 

Lower Brule laments loss of women killed in highway washout

Update: Authorities released the identities of the two people who died Tuesday when their vehicles drove into a washout on BIA 10 about 10 miles north of Reliance. Read more: http://www.rapidcityjournal.com/news/article_30b99686-9c9d-11e0-86cd-001cc4c002e0.html#ixzz1Q4GuhdZG...

 

Crow Agency man gets prison for domestic assault

A federal judge Wednesday sentenced a Crow Agency man who admitted to repeatedly assaulting his wife to 41 months in prison. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/article_58410974-546c-56c9-b5a4-7cd25f2f4704.html#ixzz1Q4HDmz8r...

 

Cobell Settlement: A knife in our backs

Those prophetic words by Lamberth became a reality on June 20 when the federal court in Washington, DC approved the Cobell settlement. There is much ado how this was a major victory as in a David and Goliath scenario. However, one only needs to read in between the fine print to know this was a serious setback. I had already suspected it was a foregone conclusion when the...

 

Final report into death of Frank Paul released

The final report into the death of Frank Joseph Paul concludes there's no evidence of a conflict of interest in the case....

 

Frank Paul inquiry clears Crown of bias

A public inquiry into the death of an aboriginal man who froze to death in a Vancouver alley has cleared prosecutors of allegations of bias in their decision not to charge the officers involved....

 

Interior Watchdog Expects the Unexpected -- and Is Rarely Disappointed

Amid the oil rig inspections, the embezzlement scandals and the financial audits, one case stood out in a recent semiannual report from Interior's inspector general: the arrest of a couple who had sexually abused their two children....

 

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