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Articles from the October 11, 2012 edition

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Students Honored for Academic Excellence at Ponemah School P6

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 P7

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 P8

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...

 

Cass Lake Tournament on Saturday, October 6, 2012

The tournament was sponsored by the Leech Lake Youth Rec department, and the field was made up of teams from around the Leech Lake Reservation and a Jr Hi & Varsity team from Red Lake. The Jr Hi featured a round robin format with Red Lake dropping game #1 to Cass Lake 1 by 4, but bouncing back with a victory over CL 2, 45-16 to...

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake - P10

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 - P11

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 - P12

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 - P13

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 blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P9

Red Lake blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P9...

 

Red Lake blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P10

Red Lake blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P10...

 

Native American Financial Advice

Dear Dr. Per Cap: I can’t save money! No matter how much I think about it and really want to do it, I just can’t seem to put anything aside out of my paycheck. What’s up with that? ~ Signed, Buffalo Nickel Dear Buffalo Nickel: Living paycheck to paycheck and not saving a dime is a habit – a bad one! You need to replace...

 

Census Bureau News -- Field of Degree and Earnings by Selected Employment Characteristics: 2011

Choice of College Major Can Mean Millions Over Career, Census Bureau Reports The field of bachelor’s degree makes a considerable difference in a college graduate’s annual earnings, according to 2011 American Community Survey (ACS) data released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. These differences add up over the span of one’s work-life. For example, among people whose...

 

Friday Night Mixed Doubles - Week 5 of 31 - 10/5/12

Friday Night Mixed Doubles - Week 5 of 31 - 10/5/12 at the Bemidji Bowling Alley...

 

American Indian Adult Tobacco Survey to be Conducted in Red Lake

Dear Red Lake Community Members: The American Indian Adult Tobacco Survey (TTUP) is being conducted on reservations throughout Minnesota. The goal of TTUP is to engage tribes and the urban American Indian communities across the state of Minnesota in monitoring attitudes, behaviors, and beliefs related to tobacco use among tribal members. We are working with the American Indian...

 

Interior Approves Fort Berthold Land Trust Application for New Refinery in North Dakota

WASHINGTON – As part of the Obama Administration’s all-of-the-above energy strategy to expand domestic energy production, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today announced approval of a ‘land-into-trust’ application from the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation. Today’s action is one in a series of necessary approvals that will enable the...

 

SMSC Land Department To Conduct Prescribed Burns

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community conducts prescribed burns on reservation lands each fall and spring as a prairie management tool. Burns are conducted before the snow falls, but after foliage has started to become dormant to help manage invasive species and replicate natural conditions to encourage native species growth. A secondary benefit is to help...

 

Victoria Urrutia Yellow Earrings

Victoria Yellow Earrings, age 60, of Duluth, passed away Sunday, October 7, 2012. She was born February 20, 1952 in Arizona to Benito and Josephine (Kingbird) Urrutia. Vicky as a member of the Red Lake Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and worked as a social worker for the Fond du Lac Reservation. She loved her culture and Native A...

 

State park to remain open during deer hunt

BEMIDJI – Lake Bemidji State Park will remain open Oct. 13 and 14 during a special resource management deer hunt. Visitors are advised to wear blaze orange if in the park while the hunt is in progress. Visitors should also check for hunt-related information upon arrival at the park. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources thanks visitors for their patience and...

 

Court won’t stop wolf hunt

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Wednesday said it will not stop the state’s upcoming wolf hunting and trapping seasons, denying a request for preliminary injunction filed by wolf supporters....

 

Minnesota wolf hunt is on; court denies injunction

ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Wednesday said it will not stop the state’s upcoming wolf hunting and trapping seasons, denying a request for preliminary injunction filed by wolf supporters....

 

Three Affiliated Tribes gets federal OK for refinery

NEW TOWN, N.D. – Plans for an oil refinery on the Fort Berthold Reservation, the first major refinery to be built in the United States in more than 30 years, cleared a milestone Wednesday....

 

American Civil Liberties Union: Bemidji intern fired, investigation under way

BEMIDJI – An intern at the American Civil Liberties Union’s Greater Minnesota Racial Justice Program in Bemidji was fired after it was discovered that an office computer may have been used for illegal purposes, according to a press release from the ACLU....

 

First female rapper debuts in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — “Listen to my story! Listen to my pain and suffering!” Afghanistan's first female rapper Sosan Firooz pleads into her microphone....

 

Kellogg recalling Mini-Wheats cereal for possible metal pieces

Kellogg Co. said it is recalling of millions of boxes of Mini-Wheats cereal in the U.S. because of possible contamination by pieces of metal mesh....

 

Arson suspected in northern Minnesota wildfire

Fire investigators say a wildfire that destroyed 11 homes in Karlstad, Minn., last week appears to have been deliberately set....

 

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