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Articles from the August 13, 2015 edition

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Red Lake Youth Softball League Action - P3

Red Lake Youth Softball League Action make-up game on Monday, August 10, 2015 in Redby. Last games of the season are on Tuesday, August 11th and the playoffs on the following week....

 

Red Lake Department of Public Safety sponsors 3rd annual "COPS AND BOBBERS" event - P6

The Red Lake Department of Public Safety held its 3rd annual "COPS AND BOBBERS" event at Fuller Lake on Wednesday, August 5, 2015. The event ran from 10am until 2pm and was for children ages 6-12 years old. Free fishing rods and tackle was provided to all children who attended and fishing boats were on hand for the kids to fish...

 

2015 RLHS Football Season began with first practice on Monday - P8

Twenty-four students showed up for football practice on Monday, August 3, 2015. A schedule will be released and published very soon. Red Lake's first game of the season will be a road trip to Fosston on Saturday, August 22, 2015....

 

Lorraine Sayers retires after 48 years with Red Lake Law Enforcement - P9

A retirement dinner was held for Lorraine Sayers at the Red Lake Casino Event Center on Friday, July 31, 2015. Sayers worked for Red Lake Law Enforcement for 48 years....

 

Annual Community Health Day held in Red Lake - P10

The Annual Community Health Day was held on Thursday, July 30, 2015 at the Red Lake Humanities Center....

 

Motherland Block Party held at West End Park in Red Lake - P10

The Motherland Block Party was held on Thursday, July 30, 2015 at the West End Park in Red Lake....

 
 By Gary Charwood    News    August 13, 2015

19th Annual Anishinabe Spiritual Run started in Redby - P11

REDBY, MN - The 19th Annual Anishinabe Spiritual Run began at about 10 AM at the Half Way House in Redby on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 with a pipe ceremony. This run would continue for four days, ending on Saturday, August 1, 2015 at the Mashkawizin Pow Wow Grounds in Fon du Lac....

 

Youth Softball League Action in Redby - P17

Youth Softball League action in Redby on Monday, July 21, 2015...

 

St. Mary's Mission Annual Parish Festival 2015 - P19

St. Mary's Mission Annual Parish Festival 2015 was held on Sunday, July 19, 2015 in Red Lake. At 10:45 AM Mass was held honoring grandparents, followed by a feast of Red Lake Walleye, Wild Rice and other favorite local dishes....

 

2015 Red Lake Independence Day Celebration held in Ponemah: Tuesday Afternoon Session - P27

2015 Red Lake Independence Day Celebration held in Ponemah on July 6-8, 2015. Winners of the Red Lake Nation Independence Day Pow Wow: http://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2015/07/10/news/winners-of-the-red-lake-nation-independence-day-pow-wow/37103.html Winners of the Red Lake Nation Independence Day Parade:...

 

2015 Red Lake Independence Day Celebration held in Ponemah: Monday Night Session Set 2 - P27

2015 Red Lake Independence Day Celebration held in Ponemah on July 6-8, 2015. Winners of the Red Lake Nation Independence Day Pow Wow: http://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2015/07/10/news/winners-of-the-red-lake-nation-independence-day-pow-wow/37103.html Winners of the Red Lake Nation Independence Day Parade:...

 

2015 Red Lake Independence Day Celebration held in Ponemah: Monday Night Session - P28

2015 Red Lake Independence Day Celebration held in Ponemah on July 6-8, 2015. Winners of the Red Lake Nation Independence Day Pow Wow: http://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2015/07/10/news/winners-of-the-red-lake-nation-independence-day-pow-wow/37103.html Winners of the Red Lake Nation Independence Day Parade:...

 

MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE: Bemidji shows off bonding needs: BSU, Carnegie Library among stops on House committee tour

BEMIDJI -- The Minnesota House Bonding Committee went on a four-stop tour of Bemidji on Wednesday, examining various projects that need funding from next year's legislative session. "This is the first of five tours that we're doing throughout the state of Minnesota," said House Capital Investment Committee Chairman and District 16B Rep. Paul Torkelson, R, Hanska. "We started...

 

DNR says Minnesota wolf population stable: Wolf packs ranging farther to find their food

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Minnesota's wolf population remains generally stable, although wolves are having to roam farther to find their favorite food, the Department of Natural Resources reported Monday. The DNR said the 2015 survey showed an estimated 2,221 wolves in 374 packs across the northern half of the state. That's down about 8 percent from the 2014 estimate but close enough...

 

Man indicted after Thief River Falls birthday party fight ends in shooting

THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. - -A Thief River Falls man on Tuesday made his first appearance in court on attempted murder charges for allegedly shooting another man multiple times at a birthday party where he wasn’t invited. Trevor Lee Brown, 23, was charged with second-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault and reckless discharge of a firearm, all felonies, in Pennington...

 

Ronald Eugene Brown

Ronald Eugene Brown Born: Mon., Mar. 19, 1945 Died: Tue., Aug. 11, 2015 Visitation 5:00 PM Wed., Aug. 12, 2015 Location: Veterans Memorial Building Funeral Service 10:00 AM Sat., Aug. 15, 2015 Location: Veterans Memorial Building Ronald Eugene Brown, Sr. "ASIN", age 70, of Cass Lake, began his spiritual journey on Tuesday,...

 

Chickasaws, world-class athletes dance together to open OKC tourney

KLAHOMA CITY – Jesse Lindsey was stopped short on a trek through the bleachers of the American Softball Association (ASA) Hall of Fame Stadium here Sunday evening. "I want to thank you and the entire Chickasaw Dance Troupe," ASA staffer Kaycee Boles said with a huge smile. "It was beautiful and it was so peaceful," she said....

 

Dream It. Do It. Minnesota receives funding for Statewide Tour of Manufacturing

Bemidji, MN—Dream It. Do It. Minnesota recently received $15,000 to support the Statewide Tour of Manufacturing. Pro Staff and Ware Technology Services are staffing and recruiting firms that are members of the Atterro family of brands. Pro Staff specializes in administrative and light industrial and Ware Technology Services specializes in engineering. They provided a $5,000...

 

Apply for Native Agriculture & Food Systems College Scholarships

First Nations Development Institute (First Nations [ http://www.firstnations.org ]) is accepting applications for its First Nations Native Agriculture and Food Systems Scholarship Program [ http://www.firstnations.org/grantmaking/scholarship ] that aims to encourage more Native American college students to enter the agricultural sector in Native communities. First Nations will...

 

Critics question wisdom of a Minnesota walleye and other bailouts

First turkey farmers. Now walleye resorts. Gov. Mark Dayton’s insistence on a bailout for Lake Mille Lacs resort owners hurt by the state shutting down walleye season is the latest effort by the governor to help an industry hit by unforeseen disaster or hardship. Months after Dayton and the Legislature approved special funding for turkey farmers decimated by avian flu,...

 

Federal judge demands swift action on reforming Minnesota's sex offender program

Frustrated by legislative inaction, the federal judge who found Minnesota’s sex offender program unconstitutional has threatened a “more forceful solution” if state leaders fail to implement immediate reforms. In a harshly worded order issued Wednesday, Judge Donovan Frank of the U.S. District Court in St. Paul called on the state to correct systemic problems with the...

 

MNsure plans fixes, new consumer tool for website

MNsure has scheduled IT upgrades for late August that are meant to respond to long-standing complaints the system can’t keep up with important life changes for enrollees. The state’s health exchange also is spending $473,000 to provide website users with an online tool that will help them understand out-of-pocket costs associated with different health insurance options...

 

Attawapiskat's Theresa Spence dropped from second ballot in NAN election

Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence is resigning as chief of the Attawapiskat First Nation after five years in the job. Spence stepped aside as chief of her community to run as deputy grand chief of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation. However, she was dropped from the second ballot after only receiving three votes. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/attawapiskat-s-t...

 

Both sides brace as decision on Keystone XL pipeline nears

WASHINGTON — A federal permit decision on TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline could come any time, based on a spate of recent reports. The Canadian Press has cited unnamed sources close to TransCanada saying “the company has become all but convinced a rejection is imminent based on signals the White House is sending publicly and privately.” h...

 

American Indian tribes plan to make marijuana a cash crop

American Indian tribes are looking to become the beneficiaries of the “green gold rush” as the legalisation of marijuana spreads from state to state. With four states and Washington DC already allowing the recreational use of pot, and more expected to follow, cannabis cultivation is on the cusp of becoming very big business, especially with another 23 states already...

 

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