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Articles from the August 8, 2012 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    News    August 8, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Sunday Afternoon Session...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 8, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Sunday Afternoon Session P2...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 8, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Sunday Afternoon Session P3...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 8, 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012

Red Lake July Celebration 2012 - Sunday Afternoon Session P4...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 8, 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 8, 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 8, 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 8, 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 8, 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 8, 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:...

 

Senator says Dayton popped pills in meeting

REDWOOD FALLS, Minn. - A Republican state senator running for Congress says Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton popped pills during a meeting earlier this year....

 

Community to deliver “people’s lease” to bank in foreclosure battle

Community to deliver “people’s lease” to bank in foreclosure battle Who: Occupy Homes MN, American Indian Movement, Anita Reyes What: Rally and meeting with Woodlands National Bank When: Wednesday, August 8, 1:00 pm Where: American Indian Center (Franklin Ave & Bloomington Ave) After six weeks of public pressure and neighborhood efforts to keep her in her house, Anita...

 

Dakotah! Sponsors Seventh DSF Lakefront Days Triathlon

Prior Lake, MN – Under threatening skies that turned glorious as the morning progressed, the seventh Dakotah! Sport and Fitness Lakefront Days Triathlon drew hundreds of participants and spectators. Held on Saturday, August 4, 2012, at Cleary Lake Regional Park, Prior Lake, Minnesota, the event was part of a celebration of fun that included activities, competitions, shows,...

 

SUNDANCE INSTITUTE COLLABORATES WITH THE CHICKASAW NATION AND CHICKASAW CULTURAL CENTER TO HOST FILM EVENTS IN OKLAHOMA, SEPTEMBER 6 – 8, 2012

Park City, Utah — Sundance Institute in collaboration with the Chickasaw Nation and the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma today announced two unique film events that will take place in Oklahoma September 6 to 8: A Native Filmmaker Summit and FILM FORWARD: Advancing Cultural Dialogue. FILM FORWARD, a touring film program that offers screenings, workshops, and disc...

 

State Encourages Minnesotans to Check for Lost, Forgotten or Unclaimed Money

The State of Minnesota is currently holding more than $500 million of lost, forgotten or unclaimed money....

 

Bemidji area nonprofit leads nationwide voting for new Toyota

BEMIDJI - A local nonprofit is clinging to a slight lead in voting today ina nationwide contest for a new Toyota. Northwoods Habitat for Humanity is a finalist in Toyota’s 100 Cars for Good program and one of five nonprofits competing for the vehicle in the one-day poll. As of 2:45 p.m., Northwoods Habitat had accumulated 29 percent of the total votes cast, slight ahead of...

 

Profile America Facts for Features: Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act: July 26

**Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act: July 26* [ http://www.census.gov/Press-Release/www/releases/archives/facts_for_features_special_editions/010102.html ]** This day marks the 22nd anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which guarantees equal opportunity for people with disabilities in public accommodations, commercial facilities,...

 

Profile America Facts for Features: Labor Day 2012: Sept. 3rd

*Labor Day 2012: Sept. 3* The first observance of Labor Day is believed to have been a parade of 10,000 workers on Sept. 5, 1882, in New York City, organized by Peter J. McGuire, a Carpenters and Joiners Union secretary. By 1893, more than half the states were observing “Labor Day” on one day or another, and Congress passed a bill to establish a federal holiday in 1894....

 

President Obama Leading Administration-wide Drought Response

As communities across the country struggle with the impacts of one of the worst droughts in decades, President Obama is committed to ensuring that his Administration is doing everything it can help the farmers, ranchers, small businesses, and communities being impacted. To respond to immediate needs, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other federal agencies are...

 

Bemidji area nonprofit leads nationwide voting for new Toyota

MORGAN, MINN. - Gov. Mark Dayton says he's been known to pop the occasional pill during meetings with state lawmakers -- antacids....

 

Minnesota DNR taking wolf hunting applications

If you want to hunt or trap wolves in Minnesota this fall or winter, you can now apply for that opportunity with the Department of Natural Resources....

 

Amoeba in Stillwater's Lily Lake is suspected in boy's death

A 9-year-old boy died Tuesday from a suspected rare form of meningitis caused by a freshwater amoeba, and Lily Lake in Stillwater has been closed to swimming in the aftermath, the Minnesota Department of Health reported Tuesday night....

 

Body linked to accused serial killer may be in dump

The family of a Winnipeg woman who is believed to have been killed by accused serial killer Shawn Lamb say police have told them her remains are likely buried in the city dump....

 

The first cuppa? Researchers find native Americans brewed tea almost a thousand years ago (but it was so strong they called it vomit drink)

Native Americans were brewing a primitive form of tea almost a thousand years ago, scientists have discovered. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2184831/The-cuppa-researchers-native-Americans-brewed-tea-thousand-years-ago.html#ixzz22xCbjtGz...

 

New Mexico Law School Dean Nominated to Head Bureau of Indian Affairs

Kevin Washburn, dean of the University of New Mexico Law School, was recently nominated to head the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs....

 

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