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Articles from the September 18, 2013 edition

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Second Annual Walk "Footprints on our Hearts" held on Saturday

The Second Annual Walk “Footprints on our Hearts” was held on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at the Red Lake IHS Hospital with its sponsor; the St. Mary’s Mission Church. Approximately 100 people were in attendance. The day began with registration, giving out memorial books, remembrance pins, shirts and balloons. Father...

 

Second Annual Walk "Footprints on our Hearts" held on Saturday - P2

The Second Annual Walk “Footprints on our Hearts” was held on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at the Red Lake IHS Hospital with its sponsor; the St. Mary’s Mission Church. Approximately 100 people were in attendance. The day began with registration, giving out memorial books, remembrance pins, shirts and balloons. Father...

 

Red Lake Jr. High outlasts Kelliher-Northome in overtime 42-40

Red Lake Jr. High outlasts Kelliher-Northome in overtime 42-40...

 

Red Lake Jr. High outlasts Kelliher-Northome in overtime 42-40 - P2

Red Lake Jr. High outlasts Kelliher-Northome in overtime 42-40 - P2...

 

Red Lake JV action hosting Kelliher-Northome - P3

Red Lake JV action hosting Kelliher-Northome - P3...

 

Red Lake JV action hosting Kelliher-Northome - P4

Red Lake JV action hosting Kelliher-Northome - P4...

 

Red Lake Girls lose to Cass Lake in Volleyyball - P10

Red Lake Girls lose to Cass Lake in Volleyyball - P10...

 

Red Lake Girls lose to Cass Lake in Volleyyball - P11

Red Lake Girls lose to Cass Lake in Volleyyball - P11...

 

Red Lake Girls lose to Cass Lake in Volleyyball - P12

Red Lake Girls lose to Cass Lake in Volleyyball - P12...

 

2013 Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - P26

Annual Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow held on August 30 - September 2, 2013 41st Annual O-Baa-Shiing Labor Day Traditional Pow-wow Committee Specials Men’s Traditional Place No. Name 1st 845 Anthony St. John- Philbrick 2nd 852 Mike Stillday 3rd 830 Terry Skead 4th 826 ??? 5th 868 Miguel Stands Men’s Grass Place No. Name 1st 967...

 

2013 Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - P27

Annual Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow held on August 30 - September 2, 2013 41st Annual O-Baa-Shiing Labor Day Traditional Pow-wow Committee Specials Men’s Traditional Place No. Name 1st 845 Anthony St. John- Philbrick 2nd 852 Mike Stillday 3rd 830 Terry Skead 4th 826 ??? 5th 868 Miguel Stands Men’s Grass Place No. Name 1st 967...

 

2013 Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - P28

Annual Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow held on August 30 - September 2, 2013 41st Annual O-Baa-Shiing Labor Day Traditional Pow-wow Committee Specials Men’s Traditional Place No. Name 1st 845 Anthony St. John- Philbrick 2nd 852 Mike Stillday 3rd 830 Terry Skead 4th 826 ??? 5th 868 Miguel Stands Men’s Grass Place No. Name 1st 967...

 

2013 Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow - P34

2013 Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow Friday Night Session...

 

2013 Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow - P35

2013 Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow Friday Night Session...

 

Artifacts being unearthed at Paul Bunyan Park

BEMIDJI -- A survey group hired by the city to examine Paul Bunyan Park and the surrounding area has found multiple artifacts underneath the popular tourist destination. See more at: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/content/artifacts-being-unearthed-paul-bunyan-park#sthash.2noyNyjP.dpuf...

 
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REGIONAL GRANT DEADLINE - Licensed Child Care Providers

REGIONAL GRANT DEADLINE Licensed Child Care Providers Please remember to turn in your grant application prior to September 25, 2013. Grants will be reviewed in the month of October with award letters sent out in November. Don't miss this opportunity to request dollars to help support your child care business! For questions contact: Lisa @ 800-941-7003 ext 7004 or email her at...

 

Twelve nonprofits awarded $580,000 through the Blue Cross Foundation

EAGAN, Minn. (Sept. 17, 2013) — The Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation awarded 12 Minnesota nonprofits a total of $580,000 for projects that connect people with diverse groups and networks to create healthier communities. “More than a decade of research shows that people with strong, positive social relationships live longer, are less likely to be depressed...

 

2 - CHILD PROTECTION CASE MANAGERS - RED LAKE FAMILY & CHILDREN SERVICES

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT 2 - CHILD PROTECTION CASE MANAGERS RED LAKE FAMILY & CHILDREN SERVICES OPEN UNTIL FILLED! Primary Function: To provide comprehensive case management services to children and families who are involved in the child protection system, both voluntarily and involuntarily, on the Red Lake Indian Reservation....

 

Nearly 6 in 10 uninsured Americans can pay less than $100 per month for coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace

A new report released today by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) shows that 56 percent, or nearly six in ten of the people who don’t have health insurance today may be able to get coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace for less than $100 per month. Beginning on October 1, individuals and families will have a new way to shop for coverage through the...

 

Free Radon Testing - Red Lake Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Air Program

Free Radon Testing For the past two years, the Red Lake Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Air Program and the Red Lake Housing Authority have partnered in an effort to improve the indoor air quality of homes. Together, with the help of a US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant, these programs have been testing homes...

 

E-pulltab haul for new Vikings stadium is zero in first year

Electronic gambling, which hit Minnesota bars with great fanfare last September, did not raise a dime for the glassy new Vikings football stadium this year....

 

Clyde Bellecourt trespass trial ends in mistrial; city says it will retry him

After toiling more than nine hours over three days, a jury in Minneapolis failed to reach a verdict Tuesday in the trespassing trial of American Indian activist Clyde Bellecourt. The judge declared a mistrial. A prosecutor said the city would retry the 77-year-old man. Bellecourt said he didn't believe a second jury would fare any better than the first. "People I talk to can't...

 
 By Abby Simons    News    September 18, 2013

American Indian activist's trial ends with hung jury

The weeklong trespassing trial of American Indian Movement leader Clyde Bellecourt ended Tuesday when a deadlocked jury could not reach a verdict. After deliberations that began Friday afternoon, the six-member jury announced several times that it was unable to unanimously agree of a verdict on the misdemeanor trespassing count stemming from Bellecourt’s Christmas Eve arrest...

 

Were synthetic drugs OK to sell? Or were the substances illegal?

A defiant Duluth head-shop owner went on trial in U.S. District Court on Tuesday in a case that illustrates the nation’s battle over what constitutes illegal drugs....

 

Hennepin County sheriff: Lax marijuana enforcement is bad

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced that it does not intend to challenge policies in Colorado and Washington state that legalized the sale and recreational use of marijuana to adults — despite the fact that these state laws are in opposition to federal law....

 

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