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Articles from the June 28, 2011 edition

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Delmer Jones Sr.

Delmer LeRoy Jones Sr., 81, of Cass Lake, died Saturday, June 25, in his home. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 29, at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cass Lake. A wake began at 5 p.m., Monday, June 27, at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cass Lake, and will continue until the service. Burial...

 

Ernest Therriault

Ernest Therriault, 60, of Squaw Lake, died Thursday, June 23, 2011, at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Duluth, Minn. A funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 30, at Squaw Lake Community Center in Squaw Lake, with Spiritual Leader Allen Hardy officiating. A wake will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 29, at the Squaw Lake...

 

Downtown Bemidji Dewey Funiture owner charged with six felonies

A 51-year-old Bemidji business owner has been charge in Beltrami County District Court with three counts of felony credit card fraud and three counts of felony theft by swindle. The charges against Margaret Jo Hirt, owner and operator of Dewey Furniture, 201 Minnesota Ave. N.W., were filed Friday and signed by Judge Shari Schluchter. A court appearance date has not yet been...

 

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Red Lake School Board Selects Five Finalists to Interview for Superintendent Vacancy

RED LAKE – The School Board of the Red Lake Public School District has selected five finalists to interview for the school district’s superintendent vacancy. Finalists were selected from a pool of 13 applicants based on criteria established by the School Board. The finalists are: Kevin Abrahamson, Curriculum Coordinator and...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 28, 2011

Faulty Regulator and Trees Causing Power Outages in Little Rock Area

For the past 8 days, starting on the Monday morning of June 20, 2011, at least once a day, the electricity has shut down for some homes in the Little Rock District of the Red Lake Indian Reservation. The outages have lasted from a couple of minutes, to a couple of hours. Today, Customer Service Supervisor Christopher M. Corradi...

 

Accounting Technician - Red Lake Accounting Department

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Accounting Technician Red Lake Accounting Department Red Lake, MN 56671 (218) 679-1800 Open: June 27, 2011 Closes: Friday, July 8th, 2011 Primary Function: Primarily responsible for reconciling the several tribal bank accounts from the bank statements and general ledger entries. Assists with the records...

 
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Warrior Grill Weekly Specials for Week of June 27th-July1st

Monday.........................BBQ pork sandwich. Pulled pork in bbq sauce served on a toasted hoagie bun. Comes with o-rings.................................$5.95 Tuesday..........................Chili cheese dogs. 2 all beef dogs covered with chilli and cheese sauce. MMmmmm. Comes with FF'S............................$5.95...

 

Native Family Attacked by Skinheads

Johnny and Lisa Bonta, a Native family from the Reno Sparks Indian Colony, became the latest victims of a hate crime on May 24 when they were attacked at a gas station along I-80 in Fernley, Nevada, a border town between the Fallon and Pyramid Lake Indian reservations....

 
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Kick Off Meeting Beltrami Co Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Management will be hosting a Kick Off Meeting to start the process of updating our Beltrami County Hazard Mitigation Plan. We are inviting town, township and county officials, and citizens who deal with infrastructure such as roads or high water to come and participate in discussions. With the unusual amount of precipitation we...

 

Department of Public Safety paves way for enhanced driver's licenses, identification cards

ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Public Safety is proposing amendments to Minnesota Rule 7410, which governs driver information, licensing and testing. Legislation passed in 2010 gave Minnesotans the option to obtain enhanced driver’s licenses (EDL) and enhanced identification (EID) cards. The amended rules will establish requirements for obtaining an EDL or an EID....

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Award $50,000 Grant to American Indian Institute for Innovation to Help Tribal Youth

Prior Lake, MN – American Indians are the most underrepresented minority group in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Tribal communities need leaders and a workforce well versed in STEM disciplines, all grounded in self, family, culture and community, and all with the ability to think globally. To help meet this challenge to provide...

 

Federal Agencies to Improve Coordination to Support Energy Development and Safeguard Air Quality

WASHINGTON, June 24, 2011 – In keeping with President Obama's strategy to expand domestic oil and gas production safely and responsibly, the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today released an interagency approach to address air quality issues associated with onshore oil and...

 

Interior Awards Contract to Evaluate BIA & BIE Support Services

WASHINGTON - The Department of the Interior (DOI) has awarded a contract to Bronner Group, LLC, a small, woman-owned business based in Chicago that specializes in consulting with government and the public sector. The contract for more than $400,000 is on behalf of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE), and is to conduct an evaluation of the...

 

Ruling opens door to revisit sex-abuse case

A man who alleges he was sexually abused by a Catholic priest in the 1980s, but didn't remember until 20 years later, should be able to go back to court and have experts testify about repressed memories, a three-judge panel of the Minnesota Court of Appeals said Monday....

 

Eight appointed to Judicial Selection Commission

Gov. Mark Dayton has appointed eight more to the Judicial Selection Commission. That's the 49-member group thatwhich evaluates judicial candidates and recommends nominees to the governor for appointment when there are openings. There are four members from each of the state's 10 judicial districts, plus nine at-large members. The governor appoints 27; the state Supreme Court...

 

Chad Smith wins Cherokee vote

Cherokee Nation officials face another recount in Saturday’s election for principal chief....

 

Cherokee election results overturned

Officials with one of the nation's largest American Indian tribes reversed unofficial election results Monday and declared the longtime chief the winner of a bitter, close race. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2011/06/26/national/a052740D50.DTL#ixzz1Qa68xpcj...

 

Cobell Concludes with the Rich Getting Richer

In the end, the long-running Cobell case was settled in less than a day. The result will see some involved with the case, especially lawyers, become quite rich, while many Indians—the majority, in all likelihood—will receive about a third of what it takes to feed a family of four for just one year....

 

Inuvik gears up for Truth and Reconciliation event

Hundreds of residential school survivors are travelling to Inuvik, N.W.T., for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's second national event, which officially begins Tuesday....

 

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