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

Articles from the September 14, 2011 edition

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Spirit Sands Casino Project Overview

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) is making history with the Spirit Sands Casino at Swan Lake First Nation, in Manitoba. The gaming operation is the first of its kind - owned by all 64 First Nations in Manitoba. Red Lake Gaming Enterprises, business arm of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa, will develop and manage the gaming property, supported by Ingenus Management and...

 

Missing Red Lake Elder - Ellsworth "Ife" Barrard - HAS BEEN LOCATED

Ellsworth “Ife” Barrard, a diabetic, 77 years old. Uses a walker or wheelchair. Last seen at Shooting Star Casino on Friday, September 9, 2011 If you have any information please call: Vivian Lawrence at 218-679-2492 Red Lake Police Dept. at 218-679-3313 Mahnomen County Sheriff at 1-877-603-0056 White Earth Tribal Police at...

 

APPLICATIONS FOR THE REDLAKE 2012 ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM HAVE BEEN MAILED

The Minnesota Department of Commerce has send out applications for the Red Lake Reservation 2012 Energy Assistance Program (EAP) for those that applied last heating season. If you have not received your application, call the Red Lake CAP @679-1880 and one will be mailed to you. Or you can pick up an application at our office....

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P25...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P26...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P27...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow Monday Afternoon Session P28 Additional Photographs in the PHOTOS section....

 

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue P5

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue P5...

 

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue P6

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue P6...

 

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue P7

Young Painters Transform Blank Wall on Franklin Avenue P7...

 
 Events   

Weekly Special for Week of Sept.12th -16th

Weekly Special for Week of Sept.12th -16th Monday.........................Sweet n Sour Chicken Served over rice pilof. .............................$5.95 Tuesday..........................BBQ Pork Sands Tender pork in bbq sauce served on slider buns and served with slaw and o-rings.................................$5.95...

 
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Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials for Week of Sept. 12 - Sept. 18, 2011

Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials for Week of Sept. 12 - Sept. 18, 2011...

 

QuitCash Challenge Encourages Minnesotans to Kick Butt

MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Smokers around the state looking for an incentive to quit smoking are encouraged to enter QUITPLAN Services' fourth annual QuitCash Challenge for a chance to win $5,000 in cash or other prizes. Minnesotans who are daily tobacco users and 18 years of age or older can enter the contest...

 

USDA Announces Grants to Improve the Health and Future of America’s Children

WASHINGTON, Sept. 13, 2011-- Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced investments across the country to help children develop positive nutrition and physical activity habits that can lead to healthier lifestyles. The grants will provide nutrition education materials, resources for children and parents, and technical assistance and training for school food service...

 

Observations of Climate Change from Indigenous Alaskans

Personal interviews with Alaska Natives in the Yukon River Basin provide unique insights on climate change and its impacts, helping develop adaptation strategies for these local communities. The USGS coordinated interviews with Yup'ik hunters and elders in the villages of St. Mary's and Pitka's Point, Alaska, to document their...

 

Adult Co-Ed Volleyball League - Looking for Interested Teams

Adult Co-Ed Volleyball League Looking for interested teams for this year’s adult co-ed volleyball league. To register your team or for questions call: Christie Prentice 218-556-3425 or Amber Auginash 763-232-7152....

 

Pagami Creek fire largest Minnesota fire since 1918

A fire that started with a bolt of lightning and a puff of smoke nearly a month ago jolted to life over the past few days, storming across 25 miles of forest, blackening 100,000 acres and showing little sign it’s ready to stop....

 

Hearing set in Bemidji on state redistricting

Bemidji will host one of eight public hearings on redistricting to be held around the state in October, scheduled by the State Redistricting Panel....

 

State poverty hits 10.8%, incomes slide

The recession of 2008-09 wiped out more than a decade's worth of earnings gains in Minnesota and has left nearly one in six U.S. residents in poverty....

 

USDA seeks innovative ways to ensure children from low-income families get meals during summer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Food can be scarce around the Mendoza household during the summer. School food service worker Alina Mendoza loses most of her hours and pay at the same time her daughter stops getting free meals at school....

 

Fair director out from behind bars

SHIPROCK — Northern Navajo Nation Fair Director Lloyd Smith spent Monday night in jail after he was accused of disorderly conduct at the tail end of a marathon, eight-hour fair board meeting. Smith, when reached by phone Tuesday, said he was not charged in the incident that occurred at about 1:45 a.m. The meeting began at 6 p.m. Monday....

 

Acting Cherokee chief hopes to resolve freedmen issue so election for new chief can be held

WASHINGTON — The acting chief of the Cherokee Nation said Tuesday that the tribe was blindsided by the Obama administration's warning that its Sept. 24 tribal election would violate federal law if freedmen are not allowed to vote. Read more: http://newsok.com/acting-cherokee-chief-hopes-to-resolve-freedmen-issue-so-election-for-new-chief-can-be-held/articl...

 

Cherokee Indians say they will not be dictated to by U.S.

(Reuters) - The nation's second-largest Indian tribe said on Tuesday that it would not be dictated to by the U.S. government over its move to banish 2,800 African Americans from its citizenship rolls....

 

Federal Government Asks Cherokee Nation to Readmit Slave Descendants

Last month, the Supreme Court of the Cherokee nation approved decision to oust thousands of descendants of black slaves who were brought to Oklahoma some 170 years ago by Native American owners from the Cherokee tribe....

 

US government warns Cherokee nation not to exclude black freedmen

The US government has stepped into a bitter ethnic dispute between a powerful Native American tribe and the descendants of black slaves the tribe used to own....

 

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