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Articles from the July 29, 2011 edition

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Entrepreneur Certificate Program - Red Lake Nation College

Fall Semester 2011 Red Lake Nation College Entrepreneur Certificate Program REGISTER TODAY Thinking about starting a business, or learning more entrepreneur skills? These classes are for you. Free Tuition and Free Books to the first 25 students Classes: Principles of Marketing, Introduction to Computer Technology,...

 
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3rd Annual Smokey Bear Water Wars

Event: 3rd Annual Smokey Bear Water Wars Start Time: Tuesday, August 9 at 11:00 a.m. End Time: Tuesday, August 9 at 2:00 p.m. Location: Ponemah Fire Department...

 
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Red Lake Duluth Urban Office will have float in Spirit Valley Days Parade

THE RED LAKE URBAN OFFICE IN DULUTH, MN IS HAVING A FLOAT IN THE SPIRIT VALLEY DAYS PARADE! THE THEME FOR OUR FLOAT IS: HONORING OUR TRADITIONS THROUGH SONG & DANCE THE PARADE IS AT 6:00 P.M. ON AUGUST 4TH, 2011...

 
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Red Lake District Community Meeting - Monday, August 1st at 6:00 PM

Red Lake District Community Meeting Monday, August 1st at 6:00 PM Red Lake Community Center Agenda: *Save the date of August 20th for Cancer Awareness Event and Community Feed *New Community Center...

 
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Red Lake Varsity Football Practice to Start on Monday, August 15, 2011

Red Lake Varsity Football Practice Begins Monday, August 15, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. located at the Red Lake Football Field. Athletes who plan on participating in any upcoming sports for the school year 2011/12 must have a physical. Any questions, please contact Nolan Desjarlait Sr., Athletic Director at 679-3353, ext. 1009....

 

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011...

 

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011 - P2

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011 - P2...

 

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011 - P3

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011 - P3...

 

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011 - P4

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011 - P4...

 

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011 - P5

Red Lake Community Health Day of July 28, 2011 - P5...

 

Nike N7 Collection Featuring Designs by Bunky Echo-Hawk

For Fall 2011 the Nike N7 collection has partnered with Native American artist Bunky Echo-Hawk to bring fresh inspiration through an exclusive T-shirt design for our latest release of the Nike N7 Collection now available. Bunky Echo-Hawk, of the Pawnee Nation in Oklahoma and Yakama Nation in Washington, is a graduate of the...

 

Exhibition Focusing on Native Nations in Minnesota and the History of Treaty Making will begin Statewide Tour in Early August

(SAINT PAUL, Minn., June 17) – “Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations” is a new traveling exhibition that will explore the Native nations in Minnesota and their history of treaty making with the United States. The grand opening will be Aug. 3 at the White Earth Tribal Headquarters on the Whi...

 
 By Anne Williams    News    July 29, 2011

Red Lake School District names new superintendent

Students enrolled this fall in the Red Lake School District will be welcomed by a new superintendent. Steve Wymore, currently the superintendent of Lake of the Woods School District in Baudette, Minn., signed the new contract at a Red Lake School District Board of Education meeting Wednesday. Red Lake School District’s former superintendent, Brent Gish, announced his retireme...

 

Geraldine Burdetta Partridge

Geraldine Burdetta Partridge, 74, of St. Paul, MN, passed away on Monday, July 25, 2011 at Regions Hospital in St. Paul due to natural causes and other health complications. She was born on August 13, 1936 at the Onigum Hospital, to Richard Partridge, Jr. and Dolly Heart. She lived in Onigum throughout her childhood. In her late...

 
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Pizza Specials at The Other Store in Redby

Pizza Specials at The Other Store in Redby 679-3655...

 

Attorney General Holder, Justice Department Officials Hold Listening Conference with Tribal Leaders

WASHINGTON - Attorney General Eric Holder and other administration officials met this week with tribal leaders and advocates to discuss issues of tribal safety and domestic violence in Rapid City, S.D., and Pine Ridge Reservation, S.D. The tribal listening conference coincided with the one year anniversary of President Obama's signing of the Tribal Law and Order Act (TLOA)...

 

Remarks as prepared for delivery by Attorney General Eric Holder on a visit to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

Good morning - and thank you all for being here. It is a pleasure to join with U.S. Attorney [Brendan] Johnson and President [John Yellow Bird] Steele in welcoming you to today's meeting. And I want to thank everyone who participated in today's opening ceremony for sharing their gifts and talents with us. It is a privilege to be here in Pine Ridge, to stand with so many...

 

Vilsack Addresses National FFA Leaders about New Opportunities in Agriculture

WASHINGTON, July 28, 2011 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack told state officers from the National FFA Organization today that, as the next generation of America's farmers, they face a bright but rapidly changing future and USDA is committed to partnering with them to achieve their goals. The Secretary also announced the release of a new field guide to assist entrepreneurs l...

 

Minneapolis School District rethinks back pay

At the behest of several Minneapolis school board members, Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson is exploring how to take back more than a quarter-million dollars in retroactive raises she approved for 35 central office administrators....

 

Bemidji nurses reject contract offer, vote to authorize strike

BEMIDJI, MINN. - Nurses at Sanford Bemidji Hospital rejected management's contract offer Thursday and instead voted to authorize a strike, the union said Thursday night. "While progress has been made during these negotiations regarding safe staffing language, it's not enough for corporate executives to say, 'Trust us, we'll improve staffing,' and then leave it at that," said Pe...

 

Indian band seeks $4M for missed $5 payments in 1880s

Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation are seeking $4 million from the federal government to make up for missed annual payments of $5 per band member dating to 1885....

 

Tribal employees to vote on whether to form union

Navajo Nation employees got a surprise when they received their pay stubs this week - a ballot asking them to vote on whether they want to be represented by a union....

 

Judge OKs prosecution request to dismiss assault charge without prejudice against Kaibeto man

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A federal magistrate has dropped an assault charge against a Kaibeto (KY'-bih toh) man who was involved in a domestic dispute that led to the death of a Navajo Nation police sergeant....

 

Kaibeto man charged with first-degree murder in police shooting

PHOENIX — A federal grand jury charged Victor Bigman, the man who reportedly shot and killed Navajo Police Sgt. Darrell Curley, with first-degree murder July 20....

 

2 Navajo chapters get phone service

NAGEEZI, N.M.—Two Navajo chapters in New Mexico are joining the modern age. The infrastructure is in place in the Nageezi and Huerfano chapters that will provide phone and Internet services to 1,500 people in Navajo Housing Authority communities....

 

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