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Articles from the August 3, 2011 edition

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Janice K. Bailey

Funeral services for Janice Bailey of Warroad will be held on Thursday, August 4th at 2 PM at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Warroad. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church. Janice Kathleen Bailey, passed away on Sunday, July 31, at LifeCare Medical Center in Roseau, MN at the age of 60. Jan was born...

 

Juanita Hardy

Juanita Hardy, 65, resident of Detroit Lakes, MN, died Sunday, July 31, 2011 at Emmanuel Nursing Home in Detroit Lakes. Funeral Services for Juanita will be held Wednesday, August 3, 2011 at 10:00 AM in Old Pine Point School, Ponsford, MN. Visitation will be held at the Old Pine Point School on Tuesday, August 2, 2011 starting...

 

2011 Indigenous Games held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin P11

2011 Indigenous Games held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin P11...

 

2011 Indigenous Games held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin P12

2011 Indigenous Games held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin P12...

 

2011 Indigenous Games held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin P13

2011 Indigenous Games held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin P13...

 

2011 Indigenous Games held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin P14

2011 Indigenous Games held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin P14...

 
 By Unknown    Opinion    August 3, 2011

What the hell is wrong?

What is written in red below says more than I could ever write. If you have an email for Bachman or the Tea Party, forward this on to your Representatives, etc. Do not give up. Get up, be a true American and fight in the only way possible at this and that is through emails, letters, word of mouth and in the home. Teach our family what American was and should be again. NO...

 
 Events   

Next HAE support group: August 10th - 6 PM at the Red Lake Hospital

Next HAE support group: August 10th Time: 6pm at the Red Lake Hospital Come ready to create your plan or discuss any issues pertaining to your plan. RSVP Elli @ 679-3912 ext.222...

 
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Red Lake Motor Vehicle Department Closed Thursday, August 24 - 10 AM - 3 PM

NOTICE The Red Lake Motor Vehicle Dept. will be closed Thursday, August 4th, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m....

 
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Red Lake High School Volleyball practice to start August 22nd

Red Lake High School Volleyball practice to start August 22nd. Contact Nolan Desjarlait, Boys/Girls Athletic Director, for further information....

 
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Deputy Agriculture Secretary Announces Event to Assist Southwest Small Business Owners as they Work to Contract with Federal Departments

WASHINGTON, August 2, 2011-- Agriculture Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merrigan today announced that southwest small business owners will have an opportunity in September to learn how to grow and support their businesses by partnering with the Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of the Interior (DOI). The day-long conference, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, supports...

 

Run passes through Bemidji

Swan Sherwood, left, and Sasha Strong take turns running in the four-day Spiritual Run for Sobriety Tuesday afternoon. The run began in Red Lake and will conclude on Friday with a celebration Mash Ka Wisen Treatment Center in Fon du Lac, Wis....

 
 By Jake Urban    News    August 3, 2011

Beltrami County: Enbridge pipeline helps local economy

The Beltrami County Board met Tuesday night to discuss and take action on a small agenda. At the work session held before the meeting, Assessor Joe Sherik presented a review of the property tax system and the effects of new construction in Beltrami County. According to Sherik, there has been a total of $84 million in new construction projects in 2011. Of this, $50 million was...

 

Minn. prepares for painful reality under debt deal

The debt ceiling deal adopted in Washington on Tuesday has left state officials bracing for an unknown crush of new budget cuts and thousands of jobless Minnesotans facing the harsh knowledge that their benefits could expire within months....

 

Catholic Church Organized OPERATION PETER PAN

JULY 27, 2012 - ‘Operation Peter Pan’ is the name assigned to the major trafficking scheme of minors carried out in Cuba between 1960 to 1962. More than 14,000 children and adolescents were abducted and removed from the island under the pretext of “saving them”. What took place was made to appear as if it was “charity work”, when in fact it was a scheme to increase...

 
 Events   

Heartbeat Support Group Meeting - Aug. 9, 2011

The monthly meeting of the Heartbeat Support Group will be August 9th, 2011 from 7-8:30pm at the Sanford Hospital in Bemidji. The group is for adults that have lost loved ones to suicide. Contact Stephanie Downey at 218-751-4332 or sdowney@evergreenhouse.org or Marcy LaCroix at 218-556-6241 with questions....

 

New drivers find winner’s circle during ‘Double Feature Night’

Sunday was a “Double Feature Night” at Bemidji Speedway for the Mod Fours. The night included a make-up race from July 10 when the rains fell, shortening the show and postponing the feature. Among Sunday’s highlights were a couple of first-time winners and several who previously had been to the Victory Circle. Fran Hauber took the lead with Tom Kellen, Conrad Schwinn,...

 

Road Construction - Beltrami Line Rd SW (Co Rd 48) and Hubbard CSAH 3

The Beltrami County Highway Department has started a joint County construction project on Beltrami Line Rd SW (Co Rd 48) and Hubbard CSAH 3, also known as the Beltrami Line Road. The project began today, Tuesday, August 2, 2011. The portion of highway under the construction runs between Becida Rd SW (Co Rd 7) and N Plantagenet Rd SW (Co Rd 2). The project includes grading and...

 

Doctors encourage parents to get kids vaccinated for school

A group of doctors on Tuesday reminded parents to make sure their children have their vaccinations up to date before they send them off to day cares, preschools and elementary schools in the weeks ahead....

 

First Nations children still taken from parents

John Beaucage has given the heartbreak he sees around him a name: the Millennium Scoop....

 

Kitsap County's Suquamish Tribe makes same-sex marriage legal

Heather Purser has no immediate wedding plans, but thanks to her persistence, she and her partner can now legally marry on Suquamish tribal land....

 

Looking Back - October 15, 1898

* * * Looking Back - October 15, 1898 The Appeal, a newspaper of Minneapolis and St. Paul, taken from the Library of Congress, "Chronicling America," holds some very interesting articles involving Indians. These articles are not only historical, but sort of gives one a sense on how life was over a hundred years ago. To read the articles, click on the upper corner of the PDF...

 

Tribal Teens Fight Suicide Through Positive Social Networking

Almost one in four Native American youths has attempted suicide, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services....

 

Woman who accused BIA officer of rape admits lying

Woman who accused BIA officer of rape admits lying Read more: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/woman-who-accused-bia-officer-of-rape-admits-lying/article_7f119fe4-bd0f-11e0-9738-001cc4c002e0.html#ixzz1TwOp0pjy...

 

'No excuse for this' murder victim's mom says

The mother of Saskatoon's third homicide victim of 2011 is speaking out against violence, following the first court appearance of a 15-year-old boy accused in the death of her son....

 

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