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Bright Star “Waa-se-ya-nang” Beaulieu-Barrett

Bright Star “Waa-se-ya-nang” Beaulieu-Barrett , Born and died September 2nd , 2011 in Bemidji, Minnesota. Beloved child of Cher Beaulieu and Thomas Barrett Jr. Traditional Services were held at Cher’s House in Red Lake, Minnesota on Thursday, September 8th, 2011 at 3:00 pm. Spiritual Leaders were Austin Head and Allen Hardy. Interment was at St. Mary’s Mission Catholic...

 

Red Lake Urban Youth B.R.A.V.E.R.Y. School Kick-Off Event

On Friday, Aug. 26, 2011, the Red Lake Nation Embassy held its first ever, Red Lake Urban B.R.A.V.E.R.Y. School Kick-Off Event at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. The fun and festivities began at 6:00 p.m. with information booths, games, raffles, free backpacks and school supplies for all Red Lake youth, plus a...

 

Red Lake Urban Youth B.R.A.V.E.R.Y. School Kick-Off Event P2

On Friday, Aug. 26, 2011, the Red Lake Nation Embassy held its first ever, Red Lake Urban B.R.A.V.E.R.Y. School Kick-Off Event at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. The fun and festivities began at 6:00 p.m. with information booths, games, raffles, free backpacks and school supplies for all Red Lake youth, plus a...

 

Red Lake Urban Youth B.R.A.V.E.R.Y. School Kick-Off Event P3

On Friday, Aug. 26, 2011, the Red Lake Nation Embassy held its first ever, Red Lake Urban B.R.A.V.E.R.Y. School Kick-Off Event at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. The fun and festivities began at 6:00 p.m. with information booths, games, raffles, free backpacks and school supplies for all Red Lake youth, plus a...

 

Red Lake Urban Youth B.R.A.V.E.R.Y. School Kick-Off Event P4

On Friday, Aug. 26, 2011, the Red Lake Nation Embassy held its first ever, Red Lake Urban B.R.A.V.E.R.Y. School Kick-Off Event at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. The fun and festivities began at 6:00 p.m. with information booths, games, raffles, free backpacks and school supplies for all Red Lake youth, plus a...

 

Red Lake JV Warriors at Cass Lake

Red Lake JV Warriors at Cass Lake...

 

Redby man indicted for possessing a stolen 12-gauge shotgun

Tuesday in federal court, an 18-year-old Redby man was indicted for possessing a stolen 12-gauge shotgun. The indictment charges Damien Charles Jones with one count of possession of a stolen firearm and one count of possession of an unregistered short-barreled shotgun. The indictment alleges that on Jan. 11, Jones possessed the shotgun, knowing it was stolen. In addition, the...

 

St. Paul man indicted in relation to burglary on the Red Lake Indian Reservation

On Tuesday in federal court, a 37-year-old St. Paul man was indicted in connection with a July 24 home invasion and burglary of a residence on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. The indictment charges Robert Joseph Downwind with one count of first-degree burglary. The indictment alleges that on July 24, Downwind, an American Indian, entered a dwelling without consent, intent on...

 

Red Lake man indicted on assault charge

On Tuesday in federal court, a 38-year-old Red Lake man was indicted for the domestic assault of a woman while on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. The indictment charges Jamie Allan Greene Sr., with one count of assault resulting in serious bodily injury. The indictment alleges that on Aug. 2, Greene committed the assault against another American Indian. A law enforcement...

 
 Events   

Senior Interior and Bureau of Indian Affairs officials to Attend Third Regional Tribal Consultation in Seattle

Washington, D.C.— On Friday, September 16, the Deputy Associate Secretary Meghan Conklin at the United States Department of the Interior, and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Director Michael Black, will attend the third regional government-to-government tribal consultation regarding the Trust Land Consolidation component of the Cobell Settlement. BACKGROUND ON COBELL...

 
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NEW CLASS FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS

NEW CLASS FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS! Powerful Tools for Caregivers A LEGACY Health System Program Powerful Tools for Caregivers is a class with six sessions designed to provide caregivers with skills to enhance their own well being. Powerful Tools for Caregivers will help you:  Reduce stress  Improve self-confidence  Balance your life  Better communicate your feelings...

 

Leech Lake Labor Day Pow Wow 2011

Leech Lake Labor Day Pow Wow 2011...

 

Leech Lake Labor Day Pow Wow 2011 P2

Leech Lake Labor Day Pow Wow 2011 P2...

 

Leech Lake Labor Day Pow Wow 2011 P3

Leech Lake Labor Day Pow Wow 2011 P3...

 

Leech Lake Labor Day Pow Wow 2011 P4

Leech Lake Labor Day Pow Wow 2011 P4...

 

Math scores disappointing

Elementary and middle schools across Minnesota saw a sharp dip in scores on the statewide math tests this year, a drop that educators chalk up to a tougher exam that students took for the first time....

 

Test Scores - Non Metro

Test Scores - Non Metro...

 

Late summer Minn. DWI crackdown nets 1,787 arrests

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minnesota law agencies are reporting nearly 1,800 DWI arrests during an end-of-summer crackdown. The state Office of Traffic Safety says 1,787 motorists were arrested for drunken driving during the 18-day statewide crackdown, according to preliminary figures. A total of 295 law enforcement agencies took part in the stepped-up DWI enforcement. It ran from Aug....

 

Calmer winds slow growth of Minnesota wildfire

ISABELLA, Minn. - Calmer winds, cooler temperatures and a few moments of sleet and light snow brought encouragement Wednesday as firefighters continued efforts to contain a blaze that was in a "pause mode" — days after it moved at breakneck speeds, swallowing nearly 160 square miles of forest along the Minnesota-Canada border. The fire in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area...

 

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT AWARDS $118 MILLION TO ENHANCE, SUPPORT TRIBAL JUSTICE AND SAFETY

IGNACIO, Colo.- The Department of Justice today announced grants to nearly 150 American Indian and Alaskan Native nations providing $118.4 million to enhance law enforcement practices, and sustain crime prevention and intervention efforts in eight purpose areas: public safety and community policing; methamphetamine enforcement; justice systems and alcohol and substance abuse;...

 

USDA Announces Results of Summer Feeding Pilots to Help Prevent Childhood Hunger When School is Out

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14, 2011 — USDA Under Secretary Kevin Concannon today highlighted the results of two Summer Food Service Program [ http://www.summerfood.usda.gov/ ] (SFSP) pilot programs in Arkansas and Mississippi that used incentives to increase participation among low-income children. The study found that the innovative pilot programs were associated with an increased av...

 

REMARKS AS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY BY ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY GENERAL TOM PERRELLI AT THE FOUR CORNERS INDIAN COUNTRY CONFERENCE

IGNACIO, COLO. - Thank you John [Walsh], for that kind introduction, and for hosting and allowing me to join all of you at this year’s Four Corners Indian Country Conference. I also want to thank the other representatives of the U.S. Attorneys’ Offices, the FBI, and other federal agencies, as well as the tribal leaders, law enforcement officers, service providers, and...

 

Helping people in poverty get online

The Great Recession is over — at least technically — but it doesn’t feel that way. This is especially true for the poor, whose ranks swelled to levels not seen in America in 52 years, according to a grim report released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau....

 

Court To Expedite Appeal In $3.4B Class Action Settlement

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has agreed to expedite a challenge to the $3.4 billion Native American class action settlement that a trial judge declared fair and reasonable....

 

Cherokee Nation Refuses U.S. Demand to Reinstate Black “Freedmen”

The Bureau of Indian Affairs issued a letter to the Cherokee Nation on Monday demanding that the tribe reinstate the black “Cherokee Freedmen” that had been members of their group since 1866. These blacks became legal members of the Cherokee Nation through a curious process. Their ancestors were slaves of wealthy tribesman who were brought to Oklahoma as part of a forced...

 

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