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Articles from the July 19, 2011 edition

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White Earth Tribal Court upholds $20 million judgment against Gaming World International

The White Earth Tribal Court denied Motions made by Angelo Medure and his alter ego Gaming World International (GWI) for a new trial clearing the way for the people of White Earth to recover on a nearly $20 million judgment against Medure and Gaming World International. The Tribal Court, by an Order dated July 8, 2011, ordered Medure personally and Gaming World International...

 

Red Lake Hospital: Tips for preventing Heat-Related Illness

The best defense is prevention: Here are some prevention tips: • Drink more fluids (nonalcoholic), regardless of your activities level. • Don’t drink liquids that contain alcohol or large amount of sugar-these actually cause you to lose more body fluids. Also avoid very cold drinks, causes stomach cramps • Stay indoors and if possible, stay in air conditioned place ...

 
 Events   

Warrior Grill Weekly special for week of July 18th - 22nd

Weekly special for week of July 18th - 22nd Monday.........................chicken strip salad 2 deep fried strips diced on a bed of salad mix with tomatoes, shredded cheese, and sunflower seeds. Comes with choice of dressing...........................................................$5.95 Tuesday................

 
 Events   

Wellness Day - “Preparing Ourselves to Help Others”

WELLNESS DAY “Preparing Ourselves to Help Others” TUESDAY, July 26, 2011 - 9 am until 4 pm Place: Sweat Lodge, Ponemah, MN (On the right before you get into Ponemah – Watch for the sign) We will be outdoors, dress appropriately. In case of bad weather, we will reschedule. Sandwiches will be provided for lunch. Coffee, water & beverages provided. Contributions welcome....

 
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Mazopiya Will Host Grand Opening Celebration on Friday, August 5th

Prior Lake, MN – Mazopiya, a natural food market located in Prior Lake will hold an all day Grand Opening Celebration on Friday, August 5, 2011. Open to the general public, the event’s theme is “Welcome to Healthy Living, Welcome to Mazopiya.” The event will feature samples from departments around the store, cooking demonstrations, giveaways, and prize drawings. Trey...

 

Restaurant Supervisor - Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN

**POSITION OPENING** RESTAURANT SUPERVISOR RATE OF PAY: Depending upon experience LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos –Thief River Falls, MN OPENS: July 15, 2011 CLOSES: Until filled POSITION OBJECTIVES: Under the general supervision of the F&B/Restaurant Manager, Executive Chef is responsible to oversee assigned shift for...

 
 By Karen Good    Features    July 19, 2011

Who said, “Kids now days don’t know how to work?”

July 11-14th was a very busy week at the Red Lake Rosie's Rescue (RLRR) shelter. We were blessed to have hardworking Youth Works groups from Winona Central United Methodist, Winona, MN; Crossview Church , Leo, Indiana; and First Presbyterian Youth Group, St. James, MN working at the shelter. The main focus of our project was to...

 

Who said, “Kids now days don’t know how to work?” P2

July 11-14th was a very busy week at the Red Lake Rosie's Rescue (RLRR) shelter. We were blessed to have hardworking Youth Works groups from Winona Central United Methodist, Winona, MN; Crossview Church , Leo, Indiana; and First Presbyterian Youth Group, St. James, MN working at the shelter. The main focus of our project was to...

 

Deal reached on 4 spending bills

Four days after reaching a global budget agreement, GOP leaders and the governor hammered out a deal Monday on four spending bills....

 

Minnesota governor orders Capitol doors to reopen Tuesday in advance of special session

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is ordering the state Capitol and State Office Building to reopen to the public in advance of a special session to end the state's government shutdown....

 

Red Lake July Celebbration 2011 July 6th Session 3 - VIDEO

Red Lake July Celebbration 2011 July 6th Session 3 - VIDEO Red Lake July Celebbration 2011 July 6th Session 4 - VIDEO...

 

Where there's no escape from the heat: High temps are hardest on nation's poorest communities

HORIZON CITY, Texas - The cinderblocks that make up Maria Teresa Escamilla's new home will do little to shield her from the triple-digit heat that has been scorching West Texas. She has no electricity yet, and the roof is not properly attached, leaving the interior exposed to the elements....

 

Pine tree found threatened by climate change

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determined Monday that whitebark pine, a tree found atop mountains across the American West, faces an "imminent" risk of extinction because of factors including climate change....

 

Cherokee Election Recount: Smith Ahead By 5 Votes

Cherokee Election Recount: Smith Ahead By 5 Votes Read more: http://www.4029tv.com/news/28581640/detail.html#ixzz1SW1FZFmo...

 

Senecas vow to resist Cuomo’s crackdown

Against the backdrop of a pledge by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to be more aggressive in collecting sales taxes from tobacco sales on Indian land, the leader of the Seneca Nation of IndiansbizWatch says retailers on its territory, including the City of Salamanca, will not allow such collections....

 

Tribes sue Tupelo, others over FBI raid

A Washington state Indian tribe has sued the city of Tupelo and Marshall County, among others, claiming their law enforcement officials illegally invaded tribal lands during an FBI-led raid earlier this year. Read more: NEMS360.com - Tribes sue Tupelo others over FBI raid...

 

Oglala Sioux community voices crime concerns

MANDERSON, SOUTH DAKOTA — Although what they had to say seemed a bit out of the ordinary, a group of panelists listened to community member’s voice concerns over law enforcement in the village of Manderson on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation....

 

Payday Lending A Tribal/State Battle?

The squabbling over the connection between payday lenders and tribes has taken an interesting turn as it has now been framed as a tribal sovereignty/states’ rights battle by a pair of opposing statements released by a Native group and a payday trade organization. The Native group has come out for the controversial tribal/lender connection while the trade group has said...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Approve $20 Million Loan to Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community announces a loan of up to $20 million for debt consolidation and tribal infrastructure projects to the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation, formerly known as the Three Affiliated Tribes of North Dakota. The loan will fund debt consolidation and infrastructure, including a building to house the Indian Health Service Cli...

 

Cherokee Nation introduces kids clothing line

New clothes rarely have an old story. But the Cherokee Nation is weaving its history into two new lines of children's clothes inspired by animals and symbols that are culturally significant to the tribe....

 

Pope appoints Archbishop Chaput to Philadelphia archdiocese

Denver, Colo., Jul 19, 2011 / 04:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Benedict appointed Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Denver on July 19 to lead the Archdiocese of Philadelphia....

 

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