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Articles from the October 1, 2012 edition

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Justin Alan Kelly

Justin Alan Kelly, 31, of Littlefork, Minn., died Tuesday morning, Sept. 25, 2012, in International Falls, Minn. Justin was born Jan. 15, 1981 in Bemidji, Minn. He grew up in Littlefork, and graduated from Littlefork High School in the Class of 2000. He was well known for his artistic talent, and was a tattoo artist. He loved...

 

Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28

A Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. The mile walk began in front of the Red Lake Casino, and the six mile run started at the Red Lake Fitness Center to the Red Lake Casino. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Tribal Council and the Red Lake Comprehensive Health Services....

 

Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28 - P2

A Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. The mile walk began in front of the Red Lake Casino, and the six mile run started at the Red Lake Fitness Center to the Red Lake Casino. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Tribal Council and the Red Lake Comprehensive Health Services....

 

Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28 - P3

A Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. The mile walk began in front of the Red Lake Casino, and the six mile run started at the Red Lake Fitness Center to the Red Lake Casino. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Tribal Council and the Red Lake Comprehensive Health Services....

 

Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28 - P4

A Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. The mile walk began in front of the Red Lake Casino, and the six mile run started at the Red Lake Fitness Center to the Red Lake Casino. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Tribal Council and the Red Lake Comprehensive Health Services....

 

Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28 P5

A Walk/Run for Cancer Awareness held on Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. The mile walk began in front of the Red Lake Casino, and the six mile run started at the Red Lake Fitness Center to the Red Lake Casino. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Tribal Council and the Red Lake Comprehensive Health Services....

 

2012 Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow P14

2012 Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow P14 - Monday Afternoon Session...

 

2012 Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow P15

2012 Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow P15 - Monday Afternoon Session...

 

2012 Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow P16

2012 Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow P16 - Monday Afternoon Session...

 

Native Report: Red Lake Distance Runners raced the 2010 Twin Cities Marathon

The Red Lake Distance Runners raced the 2010 Twin Cities Marathon to raise awareness about diabetes in the Red Lake Nation. Catch their full interview with Native Report online. On this edition of Native Report you'll learn of the legendary John Beargrease, and see what it takes to run the sled-dog race named in his honor....

 
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Seven Clans Casino Promotions

http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs019/1104412316051/archive/1111091616227.html Dear Friends, The days are getting shorter and the temperature is dropping... fall has arrived! But don't fret - there's plenty of fun to be had here at Seven Clans Casino. And if you want a new truck before the snow flies, check out our Trucks 'N...

 
 By Laurie Swenson    News    October 1, 2012

Gracias Choir returns to northern Minnesota with free concert

BEMIDJI – Gracias Choir, which presented its Christmas Cantata to 600 people in Red Lake last year, is returning for an encore, this time in the 1,200-seat Bemidji High School Auditorium. The 70-voice choir will perform the free concert at 7 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. Mark Peske, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, was in the...

 

John Eggers column: Are you a sentimental old fool?

You may have heard a wife say to her husband, “Oh, don’t be such an old sentimental fool.” The words are said with love, so we dismiss them. The wife realizes that sentimentality plays a big role in our lives. The greatest western epic ever written arguably is “Lonesome Dove,” and it is full of sentiment. When Captain Call and Augustus leave the Rio Grande to head the...

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - September 28, 2012

DRUG TAKE BACK DAY The U.S. Attorneys in both North and South Dakota are encouraging participation in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, Sept. 29 2012, from 10:00am-2:00pm, local time. The goal of this nationwide initiative is to allow people to safely dispose of their unused, expired, and unwanted prescription pills at...

 

Scholarship Named for Mike Munnell, First Graduate of UMD's American Indian Studies Program

On September 26, the American Indian Studies Department at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) announced a new scholarship that has been established in the name of Michael Munnell, the first American Indian Studies major. A member of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Munnell is the keeper of the drum for the...

 
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MOOSE season is NOT ALLOWED on Red Lake Lands

ATTENTION HUNTERS Moose Hunting is not allowed on Red Lake Lands - (Per Tribal Council Resolution No. 168 – 2000) Moose hunting has been closed since 2000. Illegal harvest of a moose will result in confiscation of equipment and up to a $3,000.00 fine or up to one year in prison. Please contact the Red Lake DNR (679-3959) or...

 

Candidate Fair To Be Held at Seven Clans Red Lake

The Red Lake Political Education Committee (RLPEC), a tribal non-profit, and non-partisan organization, will be hosting a Candidate Fair on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 from 5:00 to 9:00 PM. The Fair will be held at the Red Lake Seven Clans Casino and Event Center, located twenty minutes north of Bemidji on Highway #89. All...

 

Native American Financial Advice

Dear Dr. Per Cap: What about those credit card offers you get when you are at a department store? The ones that promise a discount on your purchase? Is there a trick to them? Someone told me they affect your credit score. ~ Signed, Wondering Dear Wondering: “Apply today and get 10 percent off your purchase.” Sound familiar?...

 

Spirit Lake Tribal Court lacks access to appeals

FARGO, N.D. | Criminal defendants and civil lawsuit parties in Spirit Lake Tribal Court have no access to appeals because the tribe failed to renew a contract, two former tribal judges say....

 

Election raises stakes for possible Supreme Court vacancies

Washington (CNN) -- Barack Obama and Mitt Romney wasted little time rushing to the cameras when the Supreme Court narrowly upheld the president's sweeping health care reform law....

 

Idaho tribes get $1.5M to boost law enforcement

BOISE -- Idaho American Indian tribes are getting nearly $1.5 million in federal help to boost public safety on their reservations, in particular for women and children....

 

International Conference Looks at Rosebud Spay/Neuter Program

The Rosebud Sioux Tribe stopped their “dog round-ups” – where stray dogs were collected and killed – 10 years ago, after bringing in a very successful spay/neuter program. In that time, the program has provided more than 7,000 surgeries, and more than 1,500 unwanted dogs and puppies have been transferred to off-reservation adoption facilities. The program and its...

 

Sanford Research gets $13.5M study grant

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Sanford Health has received $13.5 million to bring together tribal communities and health researchers to address health disparities among American Indians in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota....

 

Johnny Depp Leads Parade With Indian Tribe As Honourary Member

The megastar managed to keep a low profile at the 21st Annual Comanche Nation Fair in Oklahoma, thanks to the tribe's lack of publicity surrounding his appearance. He served as a Grand Marshall in the tribe's parade, keeping a low profile until word began to spread that he was in the area....

 

Johnny Depp left “Lone Ranger” set to attend Comanche Nation Fair

After a couple of studios failed in their attempts to produce a commercially successful “Lone Ranger” film, it appears that Columbia Pictures and Classic Media are giving the classic 1949 series a good go at it. On Wednesday, Johnny Depp wrangled his trusty steed while shooting scenes for the film in Los Angeles. Dressed as the character Tonto, the actor was seen riding a...

 

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