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Articles from the August 10, 2011 edition

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Gail May

Gail May, 50, of Red Lake, died Monday, Aug. 8, 2011, at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, N.D. Arrangements are pending with Cease Family Funeral Home of Bemidji....

 

Smokey Bear Celebrates 65th Birthday at Red Lake DNR

On August 9, 2011, Smokey Bear Celebrated his 65th Birthday at the Red Lake DNR. There were games for the kids, hot dogs and chips, and birthday cake. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Fire Prevention Program....

 

Smokey Bear Celebrates 65th Birthday at Red Lake DNR - Part 2

On August 9, 2011, Smokey Bear Celebrated his 65th Birthday at the Red Lake DNR. There were games for the kids, hot dogs and chips, and birthday cake. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Fire Prevention Program....

 

Smokey Bear Celebrates 65th Birthday at Red Lake DNR - Part 3

On August 9, 2011, Smokey Bear Celebrated his 65th Birthday at the Red Lake DNR. There were games for the kids, hot dogs and chips, and birthday cake. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Fire Prevention Program....

 

Smokey Bear Celebrates 65th Birthday at Red Lake DNR - Part 4

On August 9, 2011, Smokey Bear Celebrated his 65th Birthday at the Red Lake DNR. There were games for the kids, hot dogs and chips, and birthday cake. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Fire Prevention Program....

 
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Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry EchoHawk will visit with the Red Lake Tribal Council today

Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry EchoHawk will visit with the Red Lake Tribal Council today Tentative Agenda 2:00 pm Meet at Tribal Headquarters, Introductions and Overview of items for discussion 3:30 pm Brief tour of the area 4:00 pm Tour of Juvenile Detention facility & Criminal Justice Complex 5:00 pm Convene at...

 

Red Lake Schools Telephone Broadcast Service

Red Lake Schools Telephone Broadcast Service Dear Parent/s, In our effort to improve communication between parents and school, the Red Lake School District implemented a telephone broadcast system that will enable school personnel to notify all households and parents by phone within minutes of an emergency or unplanned event that causes early dismissal, school cancellation or...

 

Jacy Lynn Jones is the winner of the Smokey Bear

Jacy Lynn Jones is the winner of the Smokey Bear. Pick up the prize at the Red Lake DNR See Smokey Bear Celebrates 65th Birthday at Red Lake DNR for additional photographs....

 

Child Protection Worker - Readvertisement

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Re-Advertised Child Protection Worker Family & Children Services Red Lake, MN 56671 (218) 679-2122 Open: August 9, 2011 Closes: Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 Primary Function: Coordinate, investigate & assess, makes referrals & case reports on all child abuse/neglect reports. Full-time position with benefits, directly responsible to and reports to the...

 
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21st Century Leadership Training - Friday, August 12th 2011

21st Century Leadership Training 21st Century will offer a Leadership training for Red Lake School District #38 students 7th to 12th grades. This training is important for those students participating in the after school 21st Century program. Students 9th to 12th grades are highly encouraged to attend. Holiday Inn Express, Bemidji, MN Friday, August 12th 2011 10:00 a.m. to...

 
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DSF Lakefront Days Triathlon Adds Excitement to Annual Celebration

Prior Lake, MN – Under a glorious blue summer sky, the sixth Dakotah! Sport and Fitness Lakefront Days Triathlon drew hundreds of participants and spectators. Held on Saturday, August 6, 2011, at Cleary Lake Regional Park, Prior Lake, Minnesota, the event was part of a celebration of fun that included activities, competitions, shows, food, music and much more during the city'...

 
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Heritage Celebration August 15 - August 20, 2011 Honors the Ojibwa

This year Main Street Calumet's annual Heritage Celebration honors the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community's Ojibwa heritage with events during the week beginning Monday, August 15, 2011 and culminating with the annual parade followed by activities at Agassiz Park in downtown Calumet, MI on Saturday, August 20, 2011 (please see schedule below). The Saturday activities begin with a...

 

Minority Farmer Advisory Committee to Hold First Meeting, Discuss Continued Efforts to Increase Minority Participation in USDA Programs

WASHINGTON, August 9, 2011– This Thursday and Friday, August 11-12, the members of USDA's Minority Farmer Advisory Committee will meet for the first time to discuss efforts to increase minority participation in Department programs and services. The establishment of this committee builds upon existing cultural transformation initiatives underway and will help ensure fair and...

 
 By Matt McKinney    News    August 10, 2011

Minneapolis officer wounds man suspected in shooting

A man suspected of shooting someone at a south Minneapolis public housing complex Monday night was confronted and shot minutes later by Minneapolis police, authorities said. As he recovered from a police gunshot at Hennepin County Medical Center, Leroy Martinez, 23, of 1426 Penn Av. N., was charged Tuesday with second-degree assault in connection with a shooting near the...

 

President Obama to Travel to the Midwest on a Three-Day Economic Bus Tour

On August 15-17, President Obama will travel to the Midwest on a three-day economic bus tour, making stops in southern Minnesota, northeastern Iowa and western Illinois. The President will discuss ways to grow the economy, strengthen the middle class and accelerate hiring in communities and towns across the nation and hear directly from Americans, including local families and...

 

Obama heading back to Minnesota next week

When President Obama hits the road for a three-day bus tour next week, Minnesota will be part of his itinerary, the White House confirmed on Tuesday....

 

U.S. Forest Service Visitor's Report Shows Strong Continued Economic Impact and Customer Satisfaction of America's National Forests and Grasslands

WASHINGTON, August 9, 2011 – Recreational activities on national forests and grasslands continue to make large economic impacts on America's rural communities, contributing $14.5 billion annually to the U.S. economy. According to the National Visitor Use Monitoring report released today by Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, national forests attracted 170.8 million recreational...

 

USDA Seeks Comments on the Proposed Rule for Animal Disease Traceability

WASHINGTON, Aug. 9, 2011--The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) today issued a proposed rule to establish general regulations for improving the traceability of U.S. livestock moving interstate when animal disease events take place. "Through the past two years, I have listened carefully to stakeholders throughout the country...

 

Wiidookodaadiyang Giniigaanayi'iiminaaning - “Working Together for our Future”

NOTE: Over the rest of Summer and into the Fall, we will be publishing stories and many photos of; recently completed, current, and future projects in progress on the Red Lake Indian Reservation...for the betterment of the Nation and it’s members. The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians has several million dollars worth of...

 

Wiidookodaadiyang Giniigaanayi'iiminaaning - “Working Together for our Future”

Red Lake Nation Propane was established in 2009, and was in full operation about a year ago. “Red Lake members finally have their own propane company that offers competitive prices on fuel, and less stringent policies, without the sacrifice of safety and professionalism”, said Red Lake Chairman Floyd Jourdain, Jr. in the 201...

 

C.A. Upholds Injunction Barring Tobacco Sales on Tribal Land to Non-Indians

The Fourth District Court of Appeal has upheld an injunction barring the sale of tobacco by stores operating on lands held in trust in eastern Riverside County for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, to non-Indians....

 

ABA Wants Proof of Native American Status From Aspiring Lawyers

Between 1990 and 2000, 2,600 Native Americans graduated from American Bar Association-accredited law schools, according to the ABA. According to the U.S. Census, however, the number of Native American attorneys in the United States increased by just 200 during that time....

 

Tribal chairman recalled, vice chairman retains position

HARBOR SPRINGS — The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians chairman was recalled in a special election Monday night....

 

Senate hearing in Mont. examines Indian suicides

POPLAR, Mont. – At this northeastern Montana Indian reservation, ground zero of a Native American child suicide epidemic, there aren't enough stories like 16-year-old Fanci Jackson's. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/08/09/senate-hearing-in-mont-examines-indian-suicides/#ixzz1UbBu9kov...

 

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