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Articles from the October 11, 2011 edition

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Steven Lee Smith

Steven Lee Smith, 49 of Redby, MN died Saturday, October 8, 2011 at Red Lake Hospital in Red Lake, MN. Funeral Services will be 2:00 pm Thursday, October13, 2011 at the St. Antipas Episcopal Church in Redby, MN with Rev. George Ross officiating. A wake will begin at 11:00 am, Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at the Redby Community Center in Redby and continue until the time of...

 

Jordan Sumner

Jordan Lee Sumner, 19, of Red Lake, died Sunday October 9, 2011 at his home in Red Lake. Funeral Services will be 2:00 p.m., Thursday, October 13, 2011 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Red Lake, MN with Fr. Jerry Rogers officiating. A wake will begin at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at the Little Rock Community Center...

 

David Joseph "D.J." Jackson Sr.

Jackson, David Joseph, Sr. "D.J." 38 years, of Mpls, passed away, Oct. 7, 2011. Preceded in death by uncles, Michael Lang and Darrell Dean Jackson; auntie, Shirley Jackson Rock; grandparents, David Jackson, Sever and Edna Enstad. Survived by children, David Jackson, Jr., Miranda Enno, Joseph Jackson, Faron Jackson, Illeana...

 

Woman injured in three-vehicle crash near Bemidji

A 35-year-old Bemidji woman suffered minor injuries in a three-vehicle crash at about 8:45 a.m. Monday near Bemidji. According to the Minnesota State Patrol out of Thief River Falls: Giiwedin W. Butcher, 20, of Ponemah, was driving a 1999 Dodge Caravan south on state Highway 89 when he collided with a westbound 2002 Ford pickup which was headed west on U.S. Highway 2. The...

 

Beltrami County Sheriff's Department: Road construction updates

MnDOT crews are currently in the process of restricting the eastbound lane of Highway 10 between Staples and Motley (approximately one mile east of Lakewood Health System/hospital) to a single lane to allow crews to repair and concrete patch the roadway. The roadway will be restricted to a single lane overnight to allow for curing time for the concrete. This work is expected...

 

Gracias Christmas Cantata held at the Red Lake Humanities Center P3

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 P4

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...

 

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P3

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P3...

 

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P4

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P4...

 

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P3

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P3...

 

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P4

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P4...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 4

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 4...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 5

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 5...

 

Red Lake JV hosts Cass Lake P8

Red Lake JV hosts Cass Lake P8...

 

Red Lake JV hosts Cass Lake P9

Red Lake JV hosts Cass Lake P9...

 

RED LAKE HOSPITAL CLINIC SCHEDULING INFORMATION

RED LAKE HOSPITAL CLINIC SCHEDULING INFORMATION SCHEDULERS START TAKING CALLS AT 7:30AM M-F: 218-679-3355 DR. BORROMEO DR. ANDERSON DR. FREDERICO TINSAY DR. ROMIE TINSAY 218-679-0110 DR. LOTSU DR. CUNNINGHAM T. LINDELL, FNP T. BROWER, FNP-TUESDAYS ONLY at Red Lake-WOMEN’S HEALTH 218-679-3283 N. NICHOLSON, FNP K. MARMORINE, FNP PLEASE NOTE: FOR NURSE ONLY APPOINTMENTS PLEASE...

 

Echo Hawk Swears in James C. Redman as Haskell's Sixth President

WASHINGTON – Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk today administered the oath of office to James C. Redman at his inauguration as Haskell Indian Nations University’s (HINU) sixth president. The ceremony took place today on the Haskell campus in Lawrence, Kan., where Echo Hawk and Bureau of Indian Education...

 

For poor, wait for scarce rentals seems unending

Low income people are having a terrible time finding affordable apartments in the Twin Cities, as high unemployment and the foreclosure crisis have flooded the housing market with renters....

 

Weather fans fires as bans enforced across Minnesota

Statewide fire restrictions took effect Friday, including bans on campfires, as an extended lack of rain, unusually warm air and high winds combined to create explosive conditions across Minnesota. The Department of Natural Resources limited open burning to special exceptions granted by county, state or federal agencies. Recreational or campfires were allowed only in...

 
 By Dan Kraker    News    October 11, 2011

Wild rice poses another obstacle to mine proposal

Duluth, Minn. — The controversial Polymet mining project proposal near Hoyt Lakes on the Iron Range has been under environmental review for years, in part because of the potential for sulfuric acid to contaminate area waters. But as review nears conclusion, some mine supporters are worried about another potential...

 

Activists want Minn. school district to cut ties with Wells Fargo

St. Paul, Minn. — Community activists want the Minneapolis Public Schools board to stop the district from banking with Wells Fargo....

 

Robinson Rancheria tribal members convene meeting to void constitution, kick out tribal council

CLEARLAKE OAKS, Calif. – After four years of strife resulting from overturned or delayed elections and the disenrollments of dozens of tribal members, a majority of the members of the Robinson Rancheria Band of Pomo decided they had had enough....

 

Wounded Knee Post Office Under Siege, Citizens Fear Losing a Critical Service

Residents of Wounded Knee, South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, are facing the latest assault on their community with dread. Their local post office is on a list of branches the United States Postal Service wants to close to help erase the agency’s multi-billion-dollar annual deficits. The Wounded Knee outlet joins more than 3,600 others in the crosshairs,...

 

An Anti-Columbus Day Rally Stirs Up a Lot of Heat

Santa Barbara- The American Indian movement of Santa Barbara, a grass roots organization, headed Monday's protests in an effort to challenge the myths surrounding Christopher Columbus and his discovery of America. This is the third year the AIM is protesting the holiday....

 

15-year-old Fatal Collision Victim Identified

Santa Barbara - The 15-year-old killed in Friday's Milpas Street collision has been identified....

 

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