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Articles from the September 21, 2011 edition

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Natlie Marie Weiss

Natlie Marie Weiss, 38, whose Indian name was Anaang, which means Star, of Ponemah, MN died Saturday, September 17, 2011 at Bethesda Hospital in St. Paul, MN. Traditional Services in the Indian custom will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, September 22, 2011 at the Ponemah Community Center with Spiritual Leader Greg Kingbird...

 

Helen Green

Helen Green, 55 of Red Lake, MN died Monday, September 19, 2011 in Bemidji. Services will be held at a later date. The Cease Family Funeral Home of Bemidji assisted the family with arrangements....

 

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P4

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P4...

 

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P5

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P5...

 

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P6

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P6...

 

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P7

Young Red Lake Warrior team gains experience in 42-16 loss to Kelliher-Northome P7...

 

Progress for Red Lake Nation: New Fitness Center to be Part of Larger “Rec Center”

When the new Red Lake casino was built on the reservation line on Highway 89, Red Lake Chairman Floyd Jourdain, Jr. said in his State of the Band message, that the tribe would “turn the Humanities Center back to the people.” The Red Lake Humanities Center, built in the 1970’s was the former home for the casino and has been...

 

Progress for Red Lake Nation: Red Lake Housing on the Rise

Little Rock Representative to the Red Lake Tribal Council, Richard Barrett gave a tour of two new housing projects in the Little Rock District. Known as Project RL11, two areas now have 15 new homes each on tarred roads with shoulders. The meandering roads are cut into the woods ending in a cul-de-sac. It is evident that we are...

 

Progress for Red Lake Nation: Elderly Nutrition to Move to Former Casino

When the old elderly nutrition site near the lake froze up and flooded seven or eight years ago, Elderly Nutrition moved to the upper floor of the Red Lake Humanities building. It is a bright and pleasant place with natural light. But Elderly Nutrition Director Candy Beaulieu, has wanted to expand the role of elderly nutrition...

 

DAYTIME BURGLAR NABBED

On Tuesday morning, a male juvenile was apprehended by authorities in Clearwater County after the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office was tipped off by a citizen who spotted the individual driving out of the Puposky area where he had been sought in connection with several burglaries or attempted burglaries in that area on Monday. On Monday, September 19, 2011, a citizen...

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P8

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P8...

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P9

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team Falls to Cass Lake-Bena P9 Additional Photographs in the PHOTOS Section....

 

DEMOCRATS WILL DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO PROTECT THE MIDDLE CLASS AND SENIORS

Washington, D.C. – Nevada Senator Harry Reid made the following remarks today on the Senate floor marking the end of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ and on President Obama’s deficit reduction plan. Below are his remarks as prepared for delivery: Sixty years ago, this nation’s Armed Forces were segregated by race. Thirty-five years ago women weren’t allowed to attend our...

 

Federal government shutdown possible over aid dispute

WASHINGTON - A dispute between the House and Senate over money for disaster relief is threatening a short-term bill to finance the government after Sept. 30, raising the prospect of a government shutdown....

 

Online poker site a Ponzi scheme that soaked players, U.S. alleges

NEW YORK - An Internet poker company that was blocked from operating in the United States in the spring as part of an online gambling crackdown was "not a legitimate poker company, but a global Ponzi scheme," federal prosecutors said Tuesday. The popular Full Tilt Poker website illegally raided player accounts to fund operations and make lavish payments to its owners, Justice...

 

Michael Timothy Fasthorse Sr.

Michael Timothy Fasthorse, Sr. 49 yrs, of St. Paul, passed away September 17, 2011. Preceded in death by mother, Pauline Fasthorse; father, Trinidad Gardea; grandparents, Rose Crowfeather and Sam Fasthorse; nephews, Waylon, Daniel, and Chase; uncles, Fenton, Wayne, Winfield, and Eddie. Survived by companion, Candy; sons,...

 

Cherokee tribe reaches agreement to reinstate 2,800 "Freedmen"

(Reuters) - The country's second-largest Indian tribe came to an agreement on Tuesday that could reinstate some 2,800 African Americans to the Cherokee Nation, just four days before an election for its principal chief....

 

Freedmen citizenship restored and voting extended to Oct. 8

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The United States District Court for the District of Columbia, the Cherokee Nation and an attorney for the Cherokee Freedmen made a preliminary agreement Tuesday afternoon that will extend the tribe’s voting period for voters to Oct. 8....

 

Not a walk in the park

First Nations families made an emotional plea to the Canadian government Monday after a journey to Ottawa from Vancouver on behalf of Walk4Justice....

 

How many have to die?

OTTAWA – Nearly 5,000 kilometers after they left Vancouver on two routes winding across Canada, the Walk4Justice organizers and families arrived in Ottawa with a sense of purpose and heaviness in their hearts....

 

SD Tribe Gets $7 Million For Veterans Cemetery

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded the Rosebud Sioux Tribe almost $7 million to build a veterans cemetery near Mission....

 

John Trudell, Russell Means Join Maidu at Indigenous Peoples Days

GRASS VALLEY, Calif. September 20, 2011 - In a rare public appearance, long time Native American political activists John Trudell and Russell Means will join local Tsi Akim Maidu tribal members and native leaders at the 12th annual Indigenous Peoples Days. They and Q'ero healers from Peru, Maori of New Zealand, and Hopi of Arizona will gather with native and non native people...

 

Is America Becoming Spiritually Poor?

Several Native American tribes tell a story about an old woman who wanders the roads of life with her grandson. For unexplained reasons, they are poor and hungry, caught in the winds of fate without food and shelter. They arrive at a village where people are busy with preparations for a great feast. The old grandmother knocks on doors and asks for food for herself and her...

 

State Continues Discussion On Moose Hunt After U.P. Tribe Objects

A special advisory council says Michigan's Upper Peninsula could handle a moose hunting season. The group presented its report to the state's Natural Resources Commission last week....

 

Men extradited, may face fourth trial for bloody 1988 double murder

NASHUA – A Canadian judge has ruled that two men charged in a decades-old double murder will be extradited to the United States to face charges....

 

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