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

Articles from the August 22, 2012 edition

Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 32



VERNON E. FULLER

Vernon Eugene Fuller entered the Spirit World on Sunday, August 12, 2012 at Brightview Care Center in Chicago, Illinois. He was born November 03, 1947 in Red Lake, Minnesota, the son of Thomas and Delphine “Duffy” Fuller. Vernon was a full blood, enrolled member of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians. Vernon grew up in Red Lake, attending St. Mary’s Mission School, and...

 

Back to School Fest held in Ponemah P4

Back to School Fest was held in Ponemah, MN on Monday, August 20, 2012....

 

Back to School Fest held in Ponemah P5

Back to School Fest was held in Ponemah, MN on Monday, August 20, 2012....

 

Back to School Fest held in Ponemah P6

Back to School Fest was held in Ponemah, MN on Monday, August 20, 2012....

 

Unity Riders honor those who suffer the aftermath of the 2005 Red Lake High School shootings P8

Unity Riders, today, came from Frog's Bridge and would end for the day in Big Stone on Friday, August 17, 2012. On Saturday they would continue on to the Red Lake High School for a Memorial Ceremony, and on to the Red Lake Pow Wow Grounds for a Healing Ceremony. They had traveled from Spirit Lake, North Dakota, about a 250 mile...

 

Unity Riders honor those who suffer the aftermath of the 2005 Red Lake High School shootings P9

Unity Riders, today, came from Frog's Bridge and would end for the day in Big Stone on Friday, August 17, 2012. On Saturday they would continue on to the Red Lake High School for a Memorial Ceremony, and on to the Red Lake Pow Wow Grounds for a Healing Ceremony. They had traveled from Spirit Lake, North Dakota, about a 250 mile...

 

Unity Riders honor those who suffer the aftermath of the 2005 Red Lake High School shootings P10

Unity Riders, today, came from Frog's Bridge and would end for the day in Big Stone on Friday, August 17, 2012. On Saturday they would continue on to the Red Lake High School for a Memorial Ceremony, and on to the Red Lake Pow Wow Grounds for a Healing Ceremony. They had traveled from Spirit Lake, North Dakota, about a 250 mile...

 

Melvina May/Lawrence Lussier Wedding of August 17, 2012 P7

Melvina May/Lawrence Lussier Wedding of August 17, 2012 P7...

 

Melvina May/Lawrence Lussier Wedding of August 17, 2012 P8

Melvina May/Lawrence Lussier Wedding of August 17, 2012 P8...

 

Melvina May/Lawrence Lussier Wedding of August 17, 2012 P9

Melvina May/Lawrence Lussier Wedding of August 17, 2012 P9...

 
 Events   

Bike Rally - -August 25, 2012

Ride along with other motorcyclists to show your support. Our ride will take place in the beautiful Debs, Nebish, Blackduck area; On to the Red Lake Nation, all the way, to one of the most beautiful sights called, “The Point”. See some of the area scenery and beaches on this ride. We will conclude around 4pm at the Red Lake...

 
 By Paul Walsh    News    August 22, 2012

Four charged with robbing, killing Red Lake couple

Four men have been charged with stealing money and drugs from a Red Lake Indian Reservation couple, fatally stabbing them and then leaving their bodies to burn in their torched home on New Year's Day 2011. A federal indictment unsealed Monday alleges that Geshik-O-Binese Martin, 29, of Redby; Edward McCabe Robinson, 28, no known address; David John Martin, 45, of Columbia...

 

Cass deputies bust marijuana grow operation on county property

WALKER - Cass County Sheriff's deputies seized 120 marijuana plants from a grow operation on county property in Beulah Township near Outing....

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    August 22, 2012

Grand Opening Scheduled for Red Lake Skate Park

The grand opening ceremony for the newly opened Red Lake Skate Park has been scheduled for August 29, 2012 with a ribbon cutting at 3:30 p.m. Lots of skateboarding activities will follow. Activities featured include a skateboard demonstration by Apache Skateboards and pro riders from Familia Skateshop. There will also be a...

 

Wide-serving BHS program receives funding boos

BEMIDJI – A successful after-school and summertime program for at-risk students in the Bemidji School District has benefitted from another grant. The latest grant, totaling nearly $900,000 over three years, brings the total of grants supporting the program over the $5 million mark. “We’ve got a good rapport with the Department of Education,” said John Buckanaga, youth s...

 

Holiday Lights to Illuminate Phalen Park for the Benefit of Local Charities

Holiday Lights to Illuminate Phalen Park for the Benefit of Local Charities Dates Set for Annual IBEW Holiday Lights in the Park ST. PAUL, MINN. – August 21, 2012 – For the fifth consecutive year, The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Holiday Lights in the Park will kick off the holiday season by raising money for local charities with its annual...

 

Vilsack Announces Economic Development Funding to Support Business Growth, Create Jobs in Rural Areas

WASHINGTON, August 21, 2012 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the selection of 16 recipients for grants to help spur economic development and create or save jobs in 17 states. "The funding I am announcing today will help rural businesses, entrepreneurs and tribal communities obtain the financing they need to grow their businesses and create jobs," Vilsack...

 
 Events   

Warrior Grill Weekly Specials for Week of Aug.20th-24th

Monday......................... Hot beefs The name says it all. Beef, bread, mashed potatoes and gravy...........$6.50 Tuesday..........................Red Lake Perch Fresh caught and deep fried with ff’s..........................................$6.50 Wednesday.........................Chicken drummie basket 6 drummies with...

 
 Events   

Journey through the Arctic

Journey through the Arctic From September 23-27, 2012, Debbie Miller, journalist, teacher, Arctic explorer, conservationist, photographer and award-winning author of Midnight Wilderness: Journeys in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge will be in Minnesota (St. Paul, Bloomington and St. Peter), presenting on her Arctic travels and her most recent book collaboration – a...

 

Obama extends federal pay freeze until Congress can act on new spending plan

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama told congressional leaders Tuesday that he is extending a two-year pay freeze for federal employees until at least next spring....

 

USDA probing whether beef from sick cows at Calif. slaughterhouse entered human food supply

FRESNO, Calif. - Federal regulators who shut down a Central California slaughterhouse after receiving an animal welfare video were investigating Tuesday whether beef from sick cows reached the human food supply....

 

Americans waste $165 billion in food annually

Americans are throwing out nearly every other bite of food, wasting up to 40 percent of the country's supply each year -- a mass of uneaten provisions worth $165 billion, according to a new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council....

 

Native Americans Sue Canada for School Abuses

VANCOUVER, B.C. (CN) - Canada unfairly excluded from a monetary settlement Native American students who suffered abuse at residential schools, but did not live at them, according to a federal class action....

 

Van Hollen asks Supreme Court to take up photo ID law

Madison - State Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is asking the Wisconsin Supreme Court to step in and review rulings by two judges striking down the state's voter ID law and to do so in time for the November presidential election....

 

Blackfeet council suspends second member

Tensions heightened in Browning this week after a majority of the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council members present voted to suspend Councilman Paul McEvers from all of his official duties. In response, crowds of angry protesters demonstrated in front of the Blackfeet tribal offices, demanding the reversal of McEvers’ suspension....

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021