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Articles from the October 10, 2011 edition

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Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game...

 

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P2

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P2...

 

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran...

 
 By Red Lake    Sports    October 10, 2011

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P2

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P2...

 

First Speakers: Restoring the Ojibwe Language wins Midwest Emmy

Twin Cities Public Television (tpt) recently announced that on September 25, the station was awarded an Upper Midwest Emmy for First Speakers: Restoring the Ojibwe Language, a documentary funded through Minnesota’s Legacy Amendment. (Watch the program now on your computer, see link below) First Speakers follows a new...

 

Gracias Christmas Cantata held at the Red Lake Humanities Center

The Gracias Christmas Cantata was held on Saturday, October 8, 2011 at the Red Lake Humanities Center. In a packed house, they sang, danced and amazed everyone with artistic lighting effects and synchronized choreography in all acts of the program. And the orchestra played beautifully throughout. Founded in 2000, the Gracias...

 

Gracias Christmas Cantata held at the Red Lake Humanities Center P2

The Gracias Christmas Cantata was held on Saturday, October 8, 2011 at the Red Lake Humanities Center. In a packed house, they sang, danced and amazed everyone with artistic lighting effects and synchronized choreography in all acts of the Program. And the orchestra played beautifully throughout. Founded in 2000, the Gracias...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 3

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 3...

 

Red Lake JV hosts Cass Lake P7

Red Lake JV hosts Cass Lake P7...

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball hosts Blackduck P7

Red Lake Girls Volleyball hosts Blackduck P7...

 
 Events   

Student/Family Appreciation Carnival - Monday, October 17th

21st Century/Targeted Services Student/Family Appreciation Carnival Monday, October 17th, 2011 RLMS Gym 3:30-5:00 p.m. Parents can register students for Targeted Services grades 6th, 7th, 8th and/or 21st Century 7th to 12th grades. Dinner served from 4:00-4:45. Games, prizes, music by Mike Donnell. Call for information: Community Education 679-1707...

 

Same Day Appointment Clinic changing hours to 7 AM - 3 PM Temporarily

Starting October 11, 2011 The Same Day Appointment Clinic will be changing hours to 7-3pm Monday-Friday and Closed on Holidays The 1st appointment will be at 7:00am and the last appointment will be at 2:40pm. This change is only temporary due to a provider leaving. Once this provider position is filled we will go back to original hours of operation. We will post a notice when...

 

Bemidji man sentenced in sword assault

A Bemidji man was sentenced Sept. 26 for crimes associated with a June assault in which he used a sword. Lucas White French, 29, was sentenced by Beltrami County District Judge John Melbye to 18 months in prison for felony malicious punishment of a child and 13 months in prison for felony fourth-degree assault of a peace officer with demonstrable bodily harm, both stayed for fi...

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - September 23, 2011- October 6, 2011

Defendant charged in Triple Homicide on Crow Reservation (U.S. Attorney for the District of Montana) Sheldon Bernard Chase, an enrolled member of the Crow Tribe, was arrested in Spokane, Washington on the evening of Wednesday, October 5, on a complaint and arrest warrant from Montana which charged three counts of First Degree Murder in the deaths of 80-year-old Gloria Sarah...

 

Judge removes hurdle to challenge of $3.4B Indian lands settlement

A federal judge has removed a hurdle for people challenging the federal government’s $3.4 billion settlement of an Indian land mismanagement lawsuit, the largest government settlement in U.S. history....

 

Ruling clears way for appeals of Indian trust deal

A federal judge has cleared the path for appeals to move forward in a $3.4 billion U.S. government settlement over mismanaged American Indian land royalties, a ruling expected to further delay resolution of the 15-year lawsuit. Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://washingtonexaminer.com/news/2011/10/ruling-clears-way-appeals-indian-trust-deal-0#ixzz1...

 

4 charged in Army Corps bribery case remain in jail

WASHINGTON -- Two Army Corps of Engineers employees and two other men charged in a $20 million bribery, money laundering and kickback scheme will remain in jail, a federal magistrate ruled Thursday, as prosecutors argued the defendants posed flight risks because they could face decades-long prison sentences. Read more: http://www.adn.com/2011/10/06/2107647/4...

 

Economic development forum in Duluth focuses on jobs

More than 150 people participated in an economic development forum at the University of Minnesota Duluth on Friday. Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton sat with 14 other people on a panel in Kirby Ballroom that included state legislators, economic developers and people running area businesses....

 

Slave descendants fight to stay in Cherokee tribe

TAHLEQUAH, OKLA. — Nearly 3,000 people whose ancestors were enslaved by Cherokee Indians in the 1800s are fighting to keep their status as members of the tribe....

 

Judge resets sentencing in Ariz. sweat lodge case

PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) -- A self-help author convicted in the deaths of three people following an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony is scheduled to be sentenced in mid-November....

 

Neighbors of proposed jail question tribe and county

Members of Nisqually Tribe’s planning commission and Tribal Police Chief Joe Kautz met with nearly 100 people who say they don’t want a proposed jail built near their homes....

 

Ye'ii Bicheii patient's family stuck with bill

Annie Begay sat perched on a wooden bench in the cook shack for the Ye'ii Bicheii ceremony that's part of the 100th Annual Northern Navajo Nation Fair....

 

Speaker says overturning of 1963 law aimed at eliminating reservations was key

BROOKINGS -- A Native American studies research fellow says a campaign nearly 50 years ago that overturned a state law aimed at eliminating South Dakota's reservations was a key moment in state tribal relations history. Read more: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/speaker-says-overturning-of-law-aimed-at-eliminating-reservations-was/article_b164938c-f105-11e0...

 

Race-Based Names Dot the Landscape

ATLANTA — The onetime name of Gov. Rick Perry’s Texas hunting camp is currently the most famous example of an egregious race-based place name, but it is not the only one....

 

Air Canada apologizes for Winnipeg safety memo called racist by aboriginal leader

Air Canada says it never meant to offend anyone in a memo about the airline's decision to stop using downtown Winnipeg hotels for crew layovers....

 

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