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Articles from the July 19, 2012 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    News    July 19, 2012

May reelected to Red Lake Tribal Council

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians Tribal Run-Off Election for the Red Lake District Representative seat was held on Wednesday, July 18, 2012, with incumbent Donald "Dudie" May reelected to another 4-year term of office. Official uncertified results found May receiving 490 votes and 54.93% of the votes, over challenger Lee...

 
 By Clayton Roberts    News    July 19, 2012

Red Lake Firefighters at the Colorado Detail 2012

Red Lake Firefighters at the Colorado Detail 2012 Clayton Roberts and Darrell Crowe were sent on this detail in June 2012. Other firefighters from Red Lake have been sent to other details to assist other departments nationwide in what has been one of the worst fire seasons on record. Everyone of Red Lake's Fire Crew work hard...

 
 By Clayton Roberts    News    July 19, 2012

Red Lake Firefighters at the Colorado Detail 2012 - P2

Red Lake Firefighters at the Colorado Detail 2012 - P2 Clayton Roberts and Darrell Crowe were sent on this detail in June 2012. Other firefighters from Red Lake have been sent to other details to assist other departments nationwide in what has been one of the worst fire seasons on record. Everyone of Red Lake's Fire Crew work...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 19, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 19, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow P2...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 19, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow P3...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 19, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow P4...

 

Beltrami Electric’s Sam Mason Graduates from Management Internship Program

Beltrami Electric Cooperative Manager of Marketing & Communications Sam Mason has completed an intensive program in electric utility management with the University of Wisconsin-­‐Madison. The Robert I. Kabat Management Internship Program (MIP) is a series of workshops offered by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Associa...

 

Felony charge filed against Bemidji man accused of threats

BEMIDJI – Brandon Joseph Roy, 19, of Bemidji, has been charged with a felony and gross misdemeanor following his early-morning arrest Tuesday in Skyline Village. Roy has been charged with felony terroristic threats and gross misdemeanor fleeing police. Roy, who also has been charged with two probation violations, was...

 

Native Nation Rebuilders Program Opens Application Period

(St. Paul, MN – July 17, 2012) Tribal citizens who are passionate about the future of their nation, who want to strengthen their leadership skills while learning about the concepts of nation-building and who wish to connect with emerging leaders from other Native nations are encouraged to apply to the Native Nation Rebuilders...

 

DETROIT LAKES AGENT NAMED AGENT OF THE YEAR

Fergus Falls, MN – A state worker who spends his days helping people who have broken the law to turn their lives around is being honored for his hard work. Today, the Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC) recognized Mike Schommer’s efforts with the Corrections Agent of the Year Award. Schommer is an Intensive Supervised...

 

USDA Designates an Additional 39 Counties in 8 States as Primary Natural Disaster Areas Due to Worsening Drought

WASHINGTON, July 18, 2012—Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today designated 39 additional counties in eight states as primary natural disaster areas due to damage and losses caused by drought and excessive heat. During the 2012 crop year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated 1,297 counties across 29 states as disaster areas, making all qualified farm...

 

NCAI Praises Passage of HEARTH Act

Washington, D.C. - On Tuesday July 17 the Senate passed by unanimous consent, H.R. 205, the Helping Expedite and Advance Responsible Tribal Homeownership (HEARTH) Act. The bill, considered critical to tribal self-determination related to leasing tribal lands and economic development, passed the House of Representatives in May, and is expected to be signed by the President in...

 
 By Brian Matthews    News    July 19, 2012

New loan fund available for northern county businesses

BELTRAMI COUNTY — In hopes of bringing in new businesses and expanding existing businesses in northern Beltrami County, the county board of commissioners approved a revolving loan fund. Headwaters Regional Development Commission Business Loan Specialist Tiffany Fettig proposed a revolving loan fund for the Consolidated Conservation area. The proposal passed with a 4-0 vote...

 
 By Jon Roberts    Sports    July 19, 2012

RLYB Shuts Out 1st Place Subway 14-0

In one of the most dominant performances in the history of Red Lake baseball, Trent Beaulieu & Aaron White combined to pitch a perfect game against 1st place Subway Thursday night Bemidji Youth Baseball action. Subway now has a 13-2 record with both losses coming to Red Lake. Beaulieu pitched the first 3 innings, retiring every...

 

Sheila Marie Kingbird

Sheila Marie Kingbird, “Waagosh” which means Fox, 32 of Red Lake, MN entered the spirit world on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 at the Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, ND. Sheila was born into the Eagle Clan on November 18, 1979 in Minneapolis the daughter of Harold (Zob) Graves and Debra (Debi) Kingbird. She attended school in Red...

 

The 24 Seven – July 19, 2012

The 24 Seven – July 19, 2012 U.S. policymakers brace for 'collapse' in Syria U.S. policymakers are bracing for a potential "collapse" of the... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=47081&L=20836&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Military escape charges in Secret Service scandal Seven Army soldiers and two Marines are...

 

Vilsack Announces Availability of Loans and Grants to Improve Housing for Farmworkers

WASHINGTON, July 18, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA Rural Development is accepting pre-applications for loans and grants to build or rehabilitate rural rental housing for domestic farmworkers. "The Obama Administration believes that strong rural communities are a key to a stronger America. Through this program, USDA is offering financial...

 
 Events   

Warrior Grill Weekly Special for Week of July 16th - 20th

Warrior Grill Weekly Special for Week of July 16th - 20th Monday......................... Chopped beefs ½ burger between bread with mashed potatoes and gravy.$6.50 Tuesday..........................Prime rib sand A 6oz slice of prime rib served open faced on wild rice cranberry bread. Comes with o-rings.........

 

More than 3 million older Americans are at risk of losing homes, minorities hit hardest

WASHINGTON - More than 1.5 million older Americans already have lost their homes, with millions more at risk as the national housing crisis takes its toll on those who are among the worst positioned to weather the storm, a new AARP report says....

 

Mille Lacs walleye limits unlikely to change this year

The walleye bite on Mille Lacs Lake may have been hot this year, but probably not so hot as to prompt a mid-season change to the lake’s regulations, officials said today....

 

Doctors reverse children's egg allergy - by using eggs

First peanuts, now eggs. Doctors have reversed allergies in some children and teens by giving them tiny daily doses of problem foods, gradually training their immune systems to accept them....

 

Step By Step Academy Continues Partnership with Morrow County School District to Provide In-school Programs to Support Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Worthington, OH (PRWEB) July 19, 2012 - Step By Step Academy, a highly regarded nonprofit autism treatment center in Worthington, Ohio, today announced that is continuing its partnership with the Morrow County School District for the 2012-13 school year to provide in-classroom education and support to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental...

 

Still have crisis: Attawapiskat chief

TORONTO - Attawapiskat’s state of emergency is still in effect months after the northern Ontario reserve made headlines last winter, says its chief....

 

Decision expected in Tribal disenrollment cases

A Tribal judge will decide if some people granted membership in the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe who would not meet today’s ancestry requirements will be permitted to stay....

 

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