Red Lake Nation News - Babaamaajimowinan (Telling of news in different places)

Articles from the August 1, 2012 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2012

2012 Red Lake Community Health Day P11

2012 Red Lake Community Health Day P11...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2012

2012 Red Lake Community Health Day P12

2012 Red Lake Community Health Day P12...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2012

2012 Red Lake Community Health Day P13

2012 Red Lake Community Health Day P13...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2012

2012 Red Lake Community Health Day P14

2012 Red Lake Community Health Day P14...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

2012 RED LAKE INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION & POWWOW ¬¬¬ COMMITTEE SINGING CONTEST WINNERS 1ST Place: YOUNG BEAR $8,000.00 2nd Place: BEAR CREEK $6,000.00 3RD Place: MIDNITE EXPRESS $4,000.00 4TH Place: IRON BOY $3,000.00 5TH Place: MANDAREE $2,000.00 5 MAN HAND DRUM CONTEST WINNERS 1ST Place: DUCK EYES $800.00 2nd Place:...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

2012 RED LAKE INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION & POWWOW ¬¬¬ COMMITTEE SINGING CONTEST WINNERS 1ST Place: YOUNG BEAR $8,000.00 2nd Place: BEAR CREEK $6,000.00 3RD Place: MIDNITE EXPRESS $4,000.00 4TH Place: IRON BOY $3,000.00 5TH Place: MANDAREE $2,000.00 5 MAN HAND DRUM CONTEST WINNERS 1ST Place: DUCK EYES $800.00 2nd Place:...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

2012 RED LAKE INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION & POWWOW ¬¬¬ COMMITTEE SINGING CONTEST WINNERS 1ST Place: YOUNG BEAR $8,000.00 2nd Place: BEAR CREEK $6,000.00 3RD Place: MIDNITE EXPRESS $4,000.00 4TH Place: IRON BOY $3,000.00 5TH Place: MANDAREE $2,000.00 5 MAN HAND DRUM CONTEST WINNERS 1ST Place: DUCK EYES $800.00 2nd Place:...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 1, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

2012 RED LAKE INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION & POWWOW ¬¬¬ COMMITTEE SINGING CONTEST WINNERS 1ST Place: YOUNG BEAR $8,000.00 2nd Place: BEAR CREEK $6,000.00 3RD Place: MIDNITE EXPRESS $4,000.00 4TH Place: IRON BOY $3,000.00 5TH Place: MANDAREE $2,000.00 5 MAN HAND DRUM CONTEST WINNERS 1ST Place: DUCK EYES $800.00 2nd Place:...

 

Lady Warriors Finish 2nd in "Count It! " Team Camps in Red Lake P11

On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, the annual Count It! High School Varsity Basketball Team Camps were held at Red Lake. There were 54 games played in two days. Participating teams included Mahnomen, Warroad, Hawley, Park Rapids, Red Lake, Fosston, Win E Mac, Mesabi East, Bagley, Bemidji, and Stephen Argyle. The Count It!...

 

Minnesota Rural Counties Caucus Greater MN Regional Park and Trail Coalition

Dear Editor: This is to recognize the great progress Senator Rod Skoe and his colleagues on the Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee have achieved over the last two years for Park and Trail Legacy funding in Greater Minnesota. Sen. Skoe and the rural members of the committee worked closely with the MN Rural Counties Caucus, and the Greater MN Regional Park and...

 

Pharmacy Technician - Red Lake Comprehensive Health Services

Red Lake Comprehensive Health Services P.O. Box 249 Red Lake, MN 56671 Phone: 218-679-3316 Fax: 218-679-3990 Pharmacy Technician Responsible for performing complex Pharmacy Technician duties by maintaining pharmacy store room and hospital drug stocks, repackaging drugs into usable size, and assists the Pharmacists in their patient care activities. Qualifications: Candidates...

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    August 1, 2012

Four Day Run in Celebration of Sobriety & Health

The annual four day run for sobriety and health will begin at Red Lake Health Programs at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, August 1, and finish at the Mash-ka-wisen pow-wow grounds at Fon du Lac on Saturday, August 4. The runners will be coming down Highway #89 starting about 10:30 AM, coming across Highway 2, through the City of Bemidji...

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    August 1, 2012

5th ANNUAL FUNDRAISER RIDE AGAINST YOUTH SUICIDE BIKE RALLY AT RED LAKE

Red Lake Bike Rally organizers invite all motorcycle riders to join in a fundraiser ride against youth suicide. The event is held in conjunction with the Red Lake Nation Fair Celebration and Pow-Wow at Red Lake, Minnesota on August 25, 2012. The rally will will begin on the morning of August 25th. Riders are asked to line up at...

 

Felicia J. Schoenborn Family Thank You

The Schoenborn, May, Blue family are sending a special Thank You to all the community members, relatives, friends for their support in the loss of our loved one. Felicia J. Schoenborn....

 

White Earth hosting Aquatic Invasive Species seminar

WHITE EARTH RESERVATION, MINN. – The White Earth Natural Resources Department, along with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will be conducting an Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Seminar on Thursday, Aug. 16 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Shooting Star Casino Event Center in Mahnomen, Minn. This seminar is geared towards leech harvesters, leech buyers, bait dealers, wild...

 

12th Annual Brain Development Conference

WHITE EARTH RESERVATION, MINN. – Hundreds of early childhood advocates, nationally recognized speakers, and the state’s Early Learning Council converge on White Earth next week to discuss the importance of early learning and brain development in Minnesota’s communities. The 12th annual Communities Collaborative Brain Development Conference runs Aug. 8-9 at the Shooting St...

 

Man indicted in wife's totem pole death

INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minn. -- A grand jury has indicted a northern Minnesota man suspected in the totem-pole death of his wife....

 

Laverdure Announces Listening Sessions Regarding Sacred Sites on Federal Lands

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Acting Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Donald E. “Del” Laverdure today announced that the U.S. Department of the Interior will conduct a series of listening sessions with federally-recognized tribes regarding American Indian sacred sites located on federal lands. “It is critical that we listen to tribal people about sensitive and significant...

 

SMSC Announces Details for Annual Wacipi: August 17, 18, and 19, 2012

Shakopee, MN – A larger arena and more covered seating will be available at this year’s annual Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Wacipi (Pow Wow), Friday through Sunday, August 17, 18, and 19, 2012. The size of the arena has been increased and more seating has been added to accommodate growing crowds, drawn by the promise of good singing, dancing, and foods. This year,...

 

THE 24 SEVEN – August 1, 2012

THE 24 SEVEN – August 1, 2012 Warren's leftism surpasses even Obama's Is Liz Warren so far left that even President Barack Obama need... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=50124&L=21759&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Warren: 'Silly' of me to say I'd 'save capitalism' Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren is...

 

Call for tougher anti-bullying law prompts response: Not so fast

Reaction Tuesday to a task force's recommendation about how to toughen Minnesota's anti-bullying laws for schools made it clear that educators and legislators are deeply divided about how it will look or if it's even needed....

 

'Safe Haven' law expands options for distraught parents

The death of a baby girl, found floating in a canvas bag in the Mississippi River near Winona last fall, has prompted changes to Minnesota's "Safe Haven" law that take effect Wednesday....

 

Retakes may explain Minnesota math gains

Minnesota elementary and middle school students saw big gains on the statewide math test this year, but some educators say those improvements might be because students could take the test multiple times....

 

‘A Living Hell’

Sexual assault and kidnapping charges against former Isleta Pueblo police officer Mark Zuni were dropped by prosecutors Monday just minutes before his trial was to begin....

 

Montana tribes to pay out half of $150M settlement

PABLO - Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes leaders have decided to distribute about half of a $150 million settlement with the U.S. government over mismanaged land royalties to enrolled tribal members, while keeping the other half for future programs. Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/article_10831df5-0e1a-53fe-a7c1-3...

 

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