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Articles from the August 29, 2011 edition

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Margaret A. Miller Dow (Jones)

Margaret A. Miller Dow (Jones), 70, of Redby, died Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, at Red Lake Hospital in Red Lake. Arrangements are with Cease Family Funeral Home of Bemidji....

 

Adrienne Lois Adkins

Adrienne Lois Adkins (Ikwens, “Little Woman”), 76, of Cass Lake, MN, died Thursday, August 25, 2011 at Neilson Place in Bemidji, MN. Memorial Services will be at 2:00 pm Monday, August 29, 2011 at the American Legion in Cass Lake, MN with Fr. George Ross officiating. Visitation will be from 6-9 pm, Sunday, August 28, 2011...

 

2011 Indigenous Games Banquet held in Red Lake

On Thursday, August 25, 2011, a banquet to honor the athletes who attended the 2011 Indigenous Games was held at the Seven Clans Casino Events Center in Red Lake. The event featured a banquet feast, guest speaker Eugene Whitebird, and a slideshow with pictures of the games. Those receiving awards were: Felicia Desjarlait, 16U...

 

2011 Indigenous Games Banquet held in Red Lake P2

On Thursday, August 25, 2011, a banquet to honor the athletes who attended the 2011 Indigenous Games was held at the Seven Clans Casino Events Center in Red Lake. The event featured a banquet feast, guest speaker Eugene Whitebird, and a slideshow with pictures of the games. Those receiving awards were: Felicia Desjarlait, 16U...

 

2011 Indigenous Games Banquet held in Red Lake P3

On Thursday, August 25, 2011, a banquet to honor the athletes who attended the 2011 Indigenous Games was held at the Seven Clans Casino Events Center in Red Lake. The event featured a banquet feast, guest speaker Eugene Whitebird, and a slideshow with pictures of the games. Those receiving awards were: Felicia Desjarlait, 16U...

 

Franken, unions divided by cellphone merger

WASHINGTON - The letter recently arrived at Sen. Al Franken's office, written "on behalf of the 300,000 members of the Minnesota AFL-CIO." The member unions wanted their loyal supporter Franken to reconsider his opposition to a takeover of T-Mobile by telecom giant AT&T....

 

Responsive Classroom School-Wide Meeting at RLES

On Friday, August 26, 2011, the Responsive Classroom School-Wide meeting was held at Red Lake Elementary School. RLES will have a school-wide morning meeting once a month throughout the school year. Every other day of the month, classrooms have morning meeting in their room from 8:15-8:30. Being this was the first one of the...

 

Red Lake Fair Exhibits 2011

Red Lake Fair Exhibits 2011...

 

Red Lake Fair Exhibits 2011 - P2

Red Lake Fair Exhibits 2011 - P2...

 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011 - Friday Night Session...

 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011 - P2

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011 - P2...

 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011 - The Parade...

 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow 2011 - The Parade P2...

 

Paul Bunyan Communications Returns Over $2.1 Million to Members

(Bemidji, MN) (August 29, 2011) – Paul Bunyan Communications began distributing capital credit checks to its members totaling over $2.1 million. Paul Bunyan Telephone Cooperative has mailed out capital credit checks totaling over $2,145,000 to its members. This represents 50% of 1999’s allocation, and 20% of 2010’s allocation. All subscribers who were a member in either...

 

Unpopular 'No Child’ leaving plenty of students behind

Nearly a decade after Congress enacted the No Child Left Behind Act, a sweeping mandate to ramp up standards and accountability in the nation's public schools, more than a third of black, Latino and Native American students in Minneapolis public schools don't graduate, records show....

 

State's third measles case discovered

A 43-year-old woman in Dakota County has been infected with measles, marking the third case in the state's second measles outbreak this year, state health officials reported Friday....

 

Minn. woman who shared songs appeals rulings

MINNEAPOLIS - A Minnesota woman is appealing the rulings that went against her in a music downloading case....

 

Healthier, Minnesota-grown foods needed at State Fair

I'm headed to the State Fair again this year, and I sure hope I can get something to eat. Something good, I mean....

 
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Warrior Grill Weekly special for week of August 29th - September 2nd

Weekly special for week of Aug.29th - Sept.2nd Monday.........................Sweet-n-Sour Chicken Served over rice pilaf...........................$5.95 Tuesday..........................Shrimp Basket 10 deep fried shrimp with ff’s and slaw.................$6.50 Wednesday.......................... Hot Beefs Tender beef...

 
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HAE Support Group - September 7, 2011 - 6 MP

HAE SUPPORT GROUP SEPTEMBER 7, 2011 HAE CENTER OF EXCELLENCE Red Lake Hospital, 6PM...

 

SCS Certifies Metlakatla tribal fishery in Alaska to Marine Stewardship Council Standard

August 26, 2011 - Emeryville, CA – The Metlakatla Indian Community fishery has been certified to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) standard for sustainable fisheries by Scientific Certification Systems (SCS). The fishery, located in tribal waters surrounding the Annette Islands Reserve in Southeast Alaska, sells pink, chum, coho and king salmon primarily to the European...

 

Rolling in the Deep-Military cover

Rolling in the Deep-Military cover...

 

Nebraska angler fined $1,200 for too many walleye

BAUDETTE, Minn. - A 700-mile fishing trip to Minnesota turned out to be more expensive for a Nebraska man....

 

Panel working to strike Freedmen from voter list

TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee Nation election officials scrambled Tuesday to determine the impact of a ruling removing an estimated 2,800 Cherokee Freedmen from tribal rolls....

 

Grants Target Indian Elder Abuse

WASHINGTON – Elders are among the most respected citizens of tribal communities, yet even in Indian country their wisdom is sometimes trampled upon, while some face the horrors of abuse and neglect. With this problem in mind, the Administration on Aging of the Department of Health and Human Services has granted its first-time funding aimed at American Indian elder abuse...

 

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