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Articles from the September 12, 2011 edition

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Red Lake man pleads guilty to sexually abusing a girl

On Friday morning in federal court in Duluth, a 22-year-old Red Lake man pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a girl while on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. Byron Keith Kingbird Jr. pleaded guilty to one count of sexual abuse of a minor. Kingbird, who was indicted May 2, entered his plea before United States District Court Chief Judge Michael J. Davis. In his plea agreement,...

 

Franklyn Earl Gurno

Franklyn Earl Gurno,50, of Red Lake, MN, died Thursday, September 8, 2011 at the Sanford Fargo Medical Center in Fargo, ND. Funeral Services will be 1:00 pm Monday, September 12, 2011 at the Red Lake Community Center in Red Lake, MN. A wake will begin at 3:00pm, Saturday, September 10, 2011 at the Red Lake Community Center and...

 

Red Lake 5th Graders features in Lakeland News Golden Apple Series

Red Lake 5th Graders features in Lakeland News Golden Apple Series...

 
 By Lyle Goins    News    September 12, 2011

RLECC Pancakes for Grand Parents Celebration

The attached picture shows part of the crowd that attended the RLECC Pancakes for Grand Parents Celebration that was held Friday, September 9th in recognition of Grand Parents' Day, which is officially this Sunday, 9/11. Over 40 Grand Parents celebrated with their Kindergarten grand children!...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P17...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P18...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P19...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P20...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Sunday Session...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Sunday Session P2 Additional Photographs in the PHOTOS section....

 
 By Wendy Reuer    News    September 12, 2011

Judge give Thomas Lee Fairbanks mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole

MAHNOMEN, Minn. — Thomas Lee Fairbanks stood solemnly, looking down or straight ahead, as District Court Judge Jeff Remick handed down the mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole Friday in the murder of Mahnomen County Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Dewey. Fairbanks was found guilty of first-degree murder on Sept.1 in Polk County District Court in Crookston. The jury...

 

THE AMERICAN JOBS ACT: IMPACT FOR MINNESOTA

The American people understand that the economic crisis and the deep recession weren’t created overnight and won’t be solved overnight. The economic security of the middle class has been under attack for decades. That’s why President Obama believes we need to do more than just recover from this economic crisis – we need to rebuild the economy the American way, based on...

 

USDA Announces Funding to Improve 911 and Emergency Communications Services in Rural America

WASHINGTON, D.C., September 9, 2011 — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced changes in federal regulations that will help rural communities obtain advanced emergency communications services, including 911 access to better respond to emergencies and disasters. These changes will help rural communities obtain next generation 911 services necessary to maintain the...

 

Synthetic drug sales booming on Web

In the secretive world of online drug dealing, an underground website named Silk Road entices shoppers with a wide range of illegal substances -- from Ecstasy and other synthetic drugs to heroin and high-grade marijuana....

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow 2011 - VIDEO

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow 2011 - VIDEO...

 

Saskatchewan premier raps pipeline critics

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says it's time to push back against what he called myths being perpetrated about Canadian oil and a controversial pipeline that would ship oil from Alberta to Texas....

 

BIA recognizes temporary leadership of Winnemucca Colony

After nearly a decade of inaction, the Bureau of Indian Affairs has recognized a government of the Winnemucca Indian Colony of Nevada -- but only for six days....

 

Anniversary of 9/11 Felt by Indian Construction Workers

Ten years ago—on the day everything changed for so many—women, children and grown men cried. Even tough men, men who worked with their hands or on big machines, men who wouldn’t ever let their wives see them cry, cried. Some of them were ironworkers, and many of them were Mohawk....

 

American Indians Stand to Benefit from President's Jobs Act

WASHINGTON DC - The American Jobs Act outlined last night by President Obama in his address to Congress and the American public stands to benefit American Indians if passed as presented....

 

DOJ's role in slush fund case questioned

Some Navajo Nation Council delegates accused of looting their discretionary funds are hoping the tribe's insurance coverage includes the legal expenses of their defense....

 

Sturgis Rally Threatens Native American Sacred Site

Al Jazeera’s Daljit Dhaliwal recently visited Sturgis, South Dakota to report how Native Americans in the area feel the popular Black Hills Motor Classic motorcycle rally is threatening one of their sacred sites. While the rally provides an economic boost to the area, it’s coming closer and closer to affecting Bear Butte, a site sacred to South Dakota tr...

 

Weaver files discrimination complaint against county

Warren County's recently arrested social services commissioner has filed a discrimination complaint with the state Human Rights Division against the county, alleging she was targeted because of her Native American heritage. Read more: http://poststar.com/what_you_missed/weaver-files-discrimination-complaint-against-county/article_a11e5e1a-d349-11e0-9170-001c...

 

Self-Esteem of Native Teens Should Be Monitored

BETHESDA, MARYLAND - The beginning of another school year is a good time for American Indian parents and guardians to monitor how their teens are feeling about themselves. Their self-esteem should be monitored throughout the year....

 

3rd man pleads guilty in Grand Canyon assault case

PHOENIX (AP) — A third man has pleaded guilty to assaulting residents of a home at the bottom of the Grand Canyon last December....

 

Man admits to stealing from counseling center

PIERRE -- An Eagle Butte man has pleaded guilty to stealing from a counseling center in the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation town. Read more: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/man-admits-to-stealing-from-counseling-center/article_13d89ba4-daee-11e0-8898-001cc4c002e0.html#ixzz1XhrMiBsF...

 

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