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Articles from the October 10, 2012 edition

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Students Honored for Academic Excellence at Ponemah School

Some students from the Ponemah School were honored at an awards dinner held on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 in Ponemah. Those receiving awards received trophies and medals for their accomplishments. Students proficient in both math and reading were: Delilah Cloud, Aalayah Hart, Kaitlyn Brown, Peyton Stillday, Robert Johnson, Erin...

 

Students Honored for Academic Excellence at Ponemah School P2

Some students from the Ponemah School were honored at an awards dinner held on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 in Ponemah. Those receiving awards received trophies and medals for their accomplishments. Students proficient in both math and reading were: Delilah Cloud, Aalayah Hart, Kaitlyn Brown, Peyton Stillday, Robert Johnson, Erin...

 

Students Honored for Academic Excellence at Ponemah School P3

Some students from the Ponemah School were honored at an awards dinner held on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 in Ponemah. Those receiving awards received trophies and medals for their accomplishments. Students proficient in both math and reading were: Delilah Cloud, Aalayah Hart, Kaitlyn Brown, Peyton Stillday, Robert Johnson, Erin...

 

Students Honored for Academic Excellence at Ponemah School P4

Some students from the Ponemah School were honored at an awards dinner held on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 in Ponemah. Those receiving awards received trophies and medals for their accomplishments. Students proficient in both math and reading were: Delilah Cloud, Aalayah Hart, Kaitlyn Brown, Peyton Stillday, Robert Johnson, Erin...

 

Students Honored for Academic Excellence at Ponemah School P5

Some students from the Ponemah School were honored at an awards dinner held on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 in Ponemah. Those receiving awards received trophies and medals for their accomplishments. Students proficient in both math and reading were: Delilah Cloud, Aalayah Hart, Kaitlyn Brown, Peyton Stillday, Robert Johnson, Erin...

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake - P5

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake on Monday, October 8, 2012. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their sets. It was also Parent Appreciation Night for the girls and their families....

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake - P6

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake on Monday, October 8, 2012. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their sets. It was also Parent Appreciation Night for the girls and their families....

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake - P7

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake on Monday, October 8, 2012. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their sets. It was also Parent Appreciation Night for the girls and their families....

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake - P8

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake on Monday, October 8, 2012. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their sets. It was also Parent Appreciation Night for the girls and their families....

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake - P9

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake on Monday, October 8, 2012. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their sets. It was also Parent Appreciation Night for the girls and their families....

 

Red Lake DNR to hold Annual Water Festival on October 12th

The Red Lake DNR is making a splash with their annual “Wave of Knowledge: Where Does Your Water…Shed?” Water Festival which will be held at Concordia Language Villages. Over two hundred 5th grade students and teachers from within the Red Lake Watershed: Blackduck, Kelliher, Northome, Ponemah, Red Lake, and Saint Mary’s...

 

Red Lake man indicted for assaulting another Red Lake man

MINNEAPOLIS—Last week in federal court, a 35-year-old Red Lake man was indicted for assaulting another Red Lake man. Thomas Phillip Sayers was charged with one count of assault resulting in serious bodily injury. The indictment alleges that on October 5, 2011, Sayers assaulted another member of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians. Sayers’ alleged assault resulted in...

 

SMSC Endowed Scholarship Recipients Announced

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community today announced 52 new recipients of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Endowed Scholarship for the 2012-2013 school year. This is the fourth group of students to receive the scholarship at the University of Minnesota. Forty-five of the first three groups of 59 students will continue to receive the scholarships...

 

Groups howl to stop Minnesota Wolf Hunt

DULUTH, MN (October 9, 2012) Minnesotans from across the state are expected to rally in Duluth on Saturday, October 20, 2012 in a show of public opposition to the controversial MN wolf sport hunting and trapping season to begin November 3. Wolf protection advocates are inviting the public to join them for WOLF WALK 2012. The...

 

VAWA - Violence Against Native Women Gaining Global Attention—Will Congress Do Something?

(Helena, Montana) - According to the U.N. Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, James Anaya, the U.S. Congress should make legislation protecting Native women an “immediate priority.” Following a month long tour to hear from indigenous peoples and tribal Nations within the United States, the Special Rapporteur presented his report in September on the...

 

School Enrollment in the United States: 2011

The Census Bureau’s annual, national-level statistics on the characteristics of students, from nursery to graduate school. According to the statistics, enrollment in private elementary and high schools was 4.1 million in 2011, down from 4.8 million in 2005 and a high of 6.3 million in 1965. Furthermore, non-Hispanic white children now make up only a slight majority of element...

 

New Constitutional Amendment Needed to Protect the Right to Vote, Advocate Claims

Editor’s Note: The struggle over state-sponsored legislation limiting or redefining how and when citizens can vote has generated contentious debate. Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director of Advancement Project, a non-partisan organization dedicated to civil rights and racial justice, has been a vocal opponent of state photo-ID...

 

Photo ID amendment: Fraud buster or expensive boondoggle?

Two vocal and high-profile Republicans traded barbs Tuesday on the contentious plan to require a photo ID for Minnesota voters, raising the dueling specters of widespread fraud and runaway expenses....

 

Mayor Ness Responds to Alleged Police Assault, Native American Community Protests

DULUTH - Mayor Don Ness spoke out against the alleged assault by a police officer Monday as members of the Native American community rallied for change....

 

Man's roach-eating death in Fla. contest raises questions of why he did it — and why he died?

MIAMI - As a Florida medical examiner tries to determine how 32-year-old Edward Archbold died after eating insects during a contest to win a snake, people around the country are asking: Why?...

 

FSIN challenges Federal Government on education funding

A prominent Saskatchewan Aboriginal leader on Tuesday invited Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan to Saskatchewan for a first-hand look at the current state of First Nations education in the province....

 

Elections 2012: Four Weeks to Go and a Nation Divided

Four weeks to go and the national polls are quite clear: Romney is winning. Or, look again, and it could be that Obama is winning. The polls are all over the place, reflecting numbers that even stretch credibility. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/10/09/elections-2012-four-weeks-to-go-and-a-nation-divided-138603 http://indiancountryto...

 

Reporting From The Rez

PINE RIDGE, SD - For years, the lives and struggles of people on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation have generated international interest. Now, thanks to social media, people on the reservation are sharing their own stories and getting a worldwide response....

 

Residential schools studies part of mandatory Grade 10 lessons in Canada’s North

Paul Andrew remembers the long trek home from school. Every summer for seven years, Andrew would return from Grolier Hall in Inuvik, Northwest Territories, one of the largest residential schools in the territory, to his home in the isolated hamlet of Fort Norman, now known as Tulita....

 

Samish Indians Lose Claim for Past Benefits

(CN) - The Supreme Court on Tuesday unraveled a decision that would have let a tribe seek compensation for the benefits to which it would have been entitled during the decades it went unrecognized by the U.S. government....

 

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