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Articles from the June 29, 2011 edition

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 By Georgia Downwind    News    June 29, 2011

Beltrami County Human Services - Important Information

As of Wednesday, June 29th, the MN legislature and the Governor have not reached an agreement on a budget. If no agreement is reached by midnight June 30th, state government will shut down. Beltrami County and the rest of the State of Minnesota are waiting for the courts to rule on what services will be considered essential in the event of a shutdown. A ruling is expected by Th...

 
 By Danielle Spears    News    June 29, 2011

Red Lake Nation Skate-Parks soon to become a reality

Red Lake is uplifting its youth. With plans to build two skateparks on the Red Lake Indian Reservation, young skaters are being given the chance to hone their skills on better terrain. The locations include one 10,000-15,000 sq. ft park by Red Lake’s basketball courts, and one 7,000-10,000 sq. ft park in Ponemah (also in a...

 
 By Molly Miron    News    June 29, 2011

Littlewolf charged with murder in shooting death

A 27-year-old Cass Lake man was charged Tuesday in Cass County District Court with serious felony second-degree intentional murder and two counts of felony second-degree assault. Ross Zangigabo Littlewolf was charged in relation to the shooting death Sunday, June 26, of Kandace Blaine Dunn, 22, of Cass Lake, who had been killed by an apparent gunshot wound to her head....

 

Cass Lake man charged in ex-girlfriend killing

WALKER, Minn. (AP) — Charges allege a northern Minnesota man broke into his ex-girlfriend's home and fatally shot her in the bedroom where she was sleeping with her two children. Twenty-seven-year-old Ross Littlewolf of Cass Lake is charged with second-degree murder. Prosecutors allege Littlewolf fired a shotgun blast through a sliding glass door to enter the Cass Lake home...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 29, 2011

Episcopal Group from Southern States Help Repair Red Lake Churches

Two bus loads of Episcopalians from South Carolina, Florida and Missouri were on the Red Lake Indian Reservation during the week of June 27, 2011. The group helped repair both Episcopal Churches in Redby and Red Lake on Monday and Tuesday and were given a feast by members of those churches, which included Indian Tacos, on...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 29, 2011

Episcopal Group from Southern States Help Repair Red Lake Churches P2

Two bus loads of Episcopalians from South Carolina, Florida and Missouri were on the Red Lake Indian Reservation during the week of June 27, 2011. The group helped repair both Episcopal Churches in Redby and Red Lake on Monday and Tuesday and were given a feast by members of those churches, which included Indian Tacos, on...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 29, 2011

Episcopal Group from Southern States Help Repair Red Lake Churches P3

Two bus loads of Episcopalians from South Carolina, Florida and Missouri were on the Red Lake Indian Reservation during the week of June 27, 2011. The group helped repair both Episcopal Churches in Redby and Red Lake on Monday and Tuesday and were given a feast by members of those churches, which included Indian Tacos, on...

 

Episcopal Group from Southern States Help Repair Red Lake Churches P4

Two bus loads of Episcopalians from South Carolina, Florida and Missouri were on the Red Lake Indian Reservation during the week of June 27, 2011. The group helped repair both Episcopal Churches in Redby and Red Lake on Monday and Tuesday and were given a feast by members of those churches, which included Indian Tacos, on...

 

Episcopal Group from Southern States Help Repair Red Lake Churches P5

Two bus loads of Episcopalians from South Carolina, Florida and Missouri were on the Red Lake Indian Reservation during the week of June 27, 2011. The group helped repair both Episcopal Churches in Redby and Red Lake on Monday and Tuesday and were given a feast by members of those churches, which included Indian Tacos, on...

 

Episcopal Group from Southern States Help Repair Red Lake Churches P6

Two bus loads of Episcopalians from South Carolina, Florida and Missouri were on the Red Lake Indian Reservation during the week of June 27, 2011. The group helped repair both Episcopal Churches in Redby and Red Lake on Monday and Tuesday and were given a feast by members of those churches, which included Indian Tacos, on...

 

Episcopal Group from Southern States Help Repair Red Lake Churches P7

Two bus loads of Episcopalians from South Carolina, Florida and Missouri were on the Red Lake Indian Reservation during the week of June 27, 2011. The group helped repair both Episcopal Churches in Redby and Red Lake on Monday and Tuesday and were given a feast by members of those churches, which included Indian Tacos, on...

 

Patricia J. Needham Family Thank You

The family of Patricia J. Needham wishes to thank everyone for attending the funeral service for my/our mom, grandmother, sister. Those who sent flowers/cards, called with condolences and those who served as honorary/active pallbearers. We are forever grateful and appreciative for all of the family and friends who were there during this very difficult time....

 

“Free Movies” added to PBTV On Demand

(Bemidji, MN) (June 28, 2011) – Paul Bunyan Television has added a “Free Movies” folder to PBTV On Demand service. Customers can now see great film favorites through PBTV On Demand for free! Every month there will be 8 or more Hollywood hit movies available to rent at no charge. July “Free Movies” will include: ...

 

Minnesota courts to stay open if shutdown occurs

ST. PAUL -- Minnesota’s courts will remain open if much of state government shuts down, a retired judge ruled this afternoon....

 

Looking Back: July 2003 P7

Looking Back: July 2003 P7...

 

Looking Back: July 2003 P8

Looking Back: July 2003 P8...

 

California Tribe Helps Red Cross Aid Montana Tribes Affected by Flooding Through Major Gift

San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Makes $200,000 Donation to the American Red Cross of Montana to Aid Tribes Recovering from Floods San Manuel Tribal Nation (Near Highland, Calif.) – June 28, 2011 –The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians announced today that it has made a $200,000 charitable contribution to the American Red Cross of Montana for its ongoing relief efforts...

 
 Events   

“20x20” project at the Blank Canvas Gallery

The Blank Canvas Gallery and Education Center in conjunction with the Jackpine Writers’ Bloc is presenting their “20x20” project at the Blank Canvas Gallery, 311 Main Ave. S., in downtown Park Rapids. The public is invited to view the works in the gallery 10:00 to 5:00 Monday through Saturday and 12:00 to 4:00 on Sundays. The exhibit is open to the public free of charge...

 

More than 500 local employees could face job layoffs if shutdown occurs

If state budget negotiators miss their deadline to approve a two-year budget agreement, many state employees could be looking at an extended Fourth of July vacation....

 

Indians Lose Bid to Stop Minnesota Power Line

(CN) - Utility companies do need an Indian tribe's permission to build a high-voltage transmission line that bisects the boundaries of their reservation, a Minnesota federal judge ruled. In 2009, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission granted a certificate of need for power companies to build a line from Bemidji to Grand Rapids that would "restore reliable utility services...

 

President Obama and the Native American Community

The White House is pleased to announce the launch of “Winning the Future: President Obama and the Native American Community.” This webpage is meant to serve as another tool to help Indian Country navigate the federal government and learn about how the President’s Agenda is helping to win the future for Native Americans. Since his first day in office, President Obama has...

 

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs holds hearing on Indian Reorganization Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Daniel K. Akaka, Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, held an oversight hearing Thursday titled “The Indian Reorganization Act – 75 Years Later: Renewing our Commitment to Restore Tribal Homelands and Promote Self-Determination....

 

Runoffs Slated In Four Cherokee Races

Three Tribal Council seats, the District 1 Seat 3, District 2 Seat 3 and District 4 Seat 2 positions as well as the deputy principal chief seat will be decided in a July 23 runoff for the Cherokee Nation’s general election held Saturday....

 

Brothers charged in Navajo officer shooting

FLAGSTAFF - Two brothers from Kaibeto have been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a police officer on the Navajo Nation. Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2011/06/28/20110628navajo-officer-killed-brothers-arrested.html#ixzz1QfWIm43U...

 

Defendant Loses Appeal Based on Judge’s ‘Go Native’ Remark

The South Dakota Supreme Court said the judge’s comment, used to describe the defendant’s pattern of behavior when drinking alcohol, was “ill chosen” but there was no bias. The June 22 decision (PDF) affirmed an 18-year sentence for the defendant, Ivan Good Plume....

 

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