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Lelana Ameri Martin

Lelana Ameri Martin, Infant daughter of Leland Martin and Stephanie Thompson, journeyed to the Spirit World on July 7 at HCMC. Funeral services Sunday at The Church of Blessed Gichitwaa Kateri at 5:00 PM. Serving the family... Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted, MN. Online condolences may be made to www.chilsonfuneralhome.com Further survived by siblings Shailyn Pretty Sky...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 13, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Friday Night Pow Wow P29...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 13, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Friday Night Pow Wow P30...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 13, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Friday Night Pow Wow P31...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 13, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Friday Night Pow Wow P32...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 13, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Friday Night Pow Wow P33...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 13, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Friday Night Pow Wow P34...

 

Red Lake National Summer Transportation Institute

The Red Lake National Summer Transportation Institute has kicked off at the Red Lake Nation College. The National Summer Transportation Institute is a partnership with the Red Lake Nation College and the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The goal of this National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) project is to...

 

Red Lake National Summer Transportation Institute

The Red Lake National Summer Transportation Institute traveled to Bemidji MN DOT and had an opportunity to enjoy a flight above Bemidji with local pilots. Today, students were introduced to and explored the many careers that MN Dot has to offer. At MN DOT, they had an opportunity to go in a simulator that allowed them to...

 
 By Jon Roberts    Sports    July 13, 2012

RLYB Splits With Knights, Ends Losing Streak

In Bemidji Youth Baseball League action Thursday night, Red Lake was able to come out of a month long hitting slump and split a pair with the Knights of Columbus. Game one featured a rare pitchers duel that was decided by the only run of the game for both teams that came in on an RBI single that scored Miciah Roberts. Red...

 
 By Chris Jourdain    Sports    July 13, 2012

9th Grade Pacesetter Tournament Action in June 2012

9th Grade Pacesetter Tournament Action in June 2012...

 
 Events   

RED LAKE COMMUNITY BOARD MEETING - MONDAY, JULY 16, 2012

AGENDA ITEMS Budget Business Committee Meet the district candidates In the event the Center is being used—an alternate location will be the Seven Clans Board Room. Mona Stately: 218-679-3221...

 
 Events   

Ponemah Boys & Girls Club Opening for business on July 16th

Beginning Monday, July 16th, 2012 OPENING of Ponemah Boys & Girls Club HOURS: 1-6pm (Monday-Friday) AGES: 6-18 years Old SNACK SERVED: 2:30-3:30pm MEMBERSHIP: FREE - SIGN YOUR CHILD UP TODAY! Applications can be picked up at the Club Transportation is not provided. UNIT 2 DIRECTOR: Brittany Kingbird PROGRAM ASSISTANT: Melanie Dow MENTOR SPECIALIST: Vicki Stately Phone number:...

 

DNR finalizes rules for first wolf hunt

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has finalized rules for the state's first regulated wolf hunt later this year. DNR wildlife program manager Steve Merchant says the hunting region will be divided into three zones. Two of the zones will closely parallel the treaty-ceded territories. The DNR says the zones will allow the state to manage the...

 
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First-Time Home Buyer Seminar - Tuesday, July 17, 2012

First-Time Home Buyer Seminar - Tuesday, July 17, 2012 Main Office - First National Bank - Bemidji, MN 5:30 PM - 7 PM Learn what to expect from application to closing. Presented by Deb Jensen, Retail Loan Manager. This seminar is for first-time buyers who are looking to buy in the future....

 

Statement from Agriculture Secretary Vilsack on the House Agriculture Committee’s Approval of the Food Farm and Jobs Bill

Statement from Agriculture Secretary Vilsack on the House Agriculture Committee’s Approval of the Food Farm and Jobs Bill WASHINGTON, July 12, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today made the following statement regarding the House Agriculture Committee’s approval of the Food Farm and Jobs Bill: “Americans deserve a farm and jobs bill that reforms the safety net...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – July 13, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – July 13, 2012 Obama won't apologize for staff's Bain remarks Mitt Romney's campaign manager called Thursday for President Ob... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=45701&L=20452&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Bottled water banned at 'Dystopian Games’ There will be no frisbees, bottled water or...

 

Plymouth traffic stop finds ID-theft tools, list of 100 gas stations

Plymouth police thought they might be drug traffickers. The couple had several cellphones and energy drinks and seemed too anxious for a routine traffic stop. And then there was the fact that they were California residents driving an SUV rented in Colorado with Florida plates....

 

Burn 'em! Lawmakers outraged US Olympic uniforms are made in China

WASHINGTON - Uniforms for U.S. Olympic athletes are American red, white and blue — but made in China. That has members of Congress fuming....

 

Accused Winnipeg serial killer responds to family seeking information on murdered teen

A family hoping to find who is responsible for the murder of a loved one has reached out to an unlikely source: accused serial killer Shawn Cameron Lamb....

 

Wintu chief fined, faces jail time

Winnemem Wintu Chief Caleen Sisk (pictured) is facing up to a $5,000 fine and six months in jail following the tribe’s four-day Coming of Age ceremony on Shasta Lake, which concluded June 3....

 

Interior Releases Tribal Economic Data Not Gathered From Tribes

WASHINGTON – Amid calls from the U.S. Congress for the U.S. Department of the Interior to explain why it broke the law in failing to release two tribal labor force reports since 2007, the agency has released a tribal economic snapshot that comes at a politically opportune time for the Obama administration, but that does not rely on actual data collected from tribes. Read...

 

Caregivers for toddler found dead were wanted on warrants

The husband and wife who’d been caring for a 2-year-old girl before her death last week were wanted on warrants for petty crimes in at least four counties and two states at the time the child’s body was discovered....

 

PenAir Bans Some Sand Point Residents From Boarding Flights

PenAir, the only airline with regularly scheduled service to the island village of Sand Point, recently banned more than a dozen members of the community from entering PenAir property in Sand Point, effectively banning the individuals from boarding the carrier's aircraft there, following a legal dispute....

 
 By Abby Simons    Features    July 13, 2012

Court rejects Minn. fishing protester's claims of discrimination

The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Thursday rejected discrimination claims made by a Minnesota angler who intentionally caught a walleye out of season to protest what he said was favorable treatment of the Chippewa. In a 16-page ruling, the court declined to hear Stephen Fellegy's claim that his equal protection rights were violated when he was charged and convicted for...

 

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