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Articles from the October 4, 2011 edition

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The Daniel Schoenborn and Lindsay Johns Wedding of Sept. 17, 2011

The Daniel Schoenborn and Lindsay Johns Wedding of Sept. 17, 2011 at St. Mary's Mission Church in Red Lake....

 
 By LeAsha Roy    Features    October 4, 2011

Sam Roy with the elk he shot last week

Sam Roy with the elk he shot last week...

 

Cass Lake, Minn., man drowns in canoe accident

A Cass Lake, Minn., man drowned in a canoeing accident Saturday on Lake Winnibigoshish. The Itasca County Sheriff’s Office identified the victim as Todd Raymond Roy, 45. According to the sheriff’s office, Roy and a second man were in a canoe that capsized approximately 100 yards from shore at Pigeon River. Neither man was wearing a life jacket, but the second man was able...

 

Speech Language Pathologist - Red Lake School District

The Red Lake School District #38 has an immediate opening for a Speech Language Pathologist. To apply send cover letter, resume, and credentials to: Willie Larson, Business Manager Red Lake School District #38, PO Box 499, Red Lake, MN 56671. Position open until filled The Red Lake School District is an Equal Opportunity...

 
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Ho-Chunk, Inc. and HCI Distribution Host Tribal Tobacco Tax Seminar

WINNEBAGO, NE -- Ho-Chunk, Inc. and HCI Distribution hosted a Tribal Tobacco Tax Seminar event in Winnebago, Nebraska in August. Representatives from 29 tribes across the country participated in the seminar. The 2-day event mainly focused on the importance for tribes to develop their own tribal tax system and to strengthen...

 
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Wish Day Celebration in Blackduck , MN on October 8, 2011

The MAKE- A -WISH OF MINNESOTA ORGANIZATION and the BELTRAMI COUNTY SHERIFF’S MOUNTED POSSE are working together to sponsor a special Wish Day Celebration in Blackduck , MN on October 8, 2011. Make- A -Wish grants wishes to children with serious or life threatening illnesses that meet Make- A -Wish medical criteria. Hunter has been granted a Wish and we are adding to the...

 

BIE Director Moore Names Dr. Charles M. Roessel Associate Deputy Director for Navajo Schools

WASHINGTON – Bureau of Indian Education Director Keith O. Moore today announced that he has named Dr. Charles M. “Monty” Roessel as the associate deputy director overseeing 66 BIE-funded schools on the Navajo Nation reservation. Roessel, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, had served since 2007 as superintendent of...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Announce $1 Million Tribal Grant

Prior Lake, MN – Diabetes is a silent disease. By the time it is diagnosed, damage to arteries, eyes, nerves, and kidneys may have already been occurring for seven to ten years. Every minute at least one person is diagnosed with diabetes. While diabetes affects people of all ethnic groups, it is four to eight times more prevalent among Native Americans than in the general...

 

Vilsack Announces Investments to Support Economic Development and Job Creation in Rural America

WASHINGTON, Oct. 3, 2011 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced funding awards that will support rural communities, help create jobs and build regional economies in 34 states. Vilsack made the announcement during the Rural Wealth Creation and Livelihoods Conference, sponsored by the USDA Economic Research Service and the Ford Foundation. "The funds I am...

 

Sacred and/or Secret

An anthropologist friend asked me the following question: “I’m teaching Indians of North America this year. One of my students (Anglo) objected to another student’s presentation, because she showed a film clip of a Crow elder, which also included a clip from the sun dance (re-created). He says the sun dance should never be shown. What is your opinion?” This causes me...

 

Supreme Court May Have a Different Opinion About Cobell

Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s recent safari to New Mexico to meet the Pueblo people and to make a guest appearance at a student forum at the University of New Mexico School of Law, had all the indicia of an apologist diplomatic mission (although she has nothing for which to apologize.) Without ever mentioning the recent U.S. v. Jicarilla Supreme Court decision in which she was...

 

Native Nations, not Feds, should grant Tribal Recognition

Last July 15th, the U.S. extended formal recognition to the Libyan rebel National Transitional Council as the recognized and legitimate government of Libya. The actions of the U.S. was quickly followed by Britain, France and at least 100 other countries in the granting of full diplomatic recognition of the new Libyan government....

 

Anderson to take oath as Choctaw Chief on Tuesday

Nineteen entries, including eight floats and two bands, are planned for the inaugural parade for the first female Chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians who will take the oath of office Tuesday....

 

Mercs Tried to Bribe Indian Tribe … With a Playground

What to do when a Native American tribe doesn’t want to do business with your private security firm? One company has an answer: Remind them you were generous enough to promise the tribe’s kiddies a new children’s playground, and buy them trips to Disneyland and free iPods....

 

Mount Pleasant man failed to register as sex offender on Indian reservation, faces 10 years in prison

BAY CITY — A federal grand jury here indicted a 43-year-old Mount Pleasant man last week for failure to register as a sex offender, officials say....

 

3 Sporting Activities Today - Jr. High and RLES Football - Girls Volleyball

JR HIGH FOOTBALL TODAY - RED LAKE VS CASS LAKE - 5 PM KICK OFF @ R.L.H.S FIELD GIRLS VOLLEYBALL - RED LAKE VS BLACKDUCK - 5 PM @ RLHS RLES FOOTBALL TODAY - RLES VS CASS LAKE ELEM. - 5PM @ RLES FIELD...

 

Southern California Tribal Education Institute announces the offering of the 2011-2012 Christopher B. Duro Graduate Fellowship

The pursuit of educational excellence serves as the basis for the Southern California Tribal Education Institute (SCTEI). The Southern California Tribal Education Institute has announced the award of 2011 Christopher B. Duro fellowships to five amazing indigenous students working in various academic arenas. Emma Elliott is honor...

 

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