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Articles from the October 12, 2011 edition

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Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P5

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P5...

 

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P6

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P6...

 

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P5

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P5...

 

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P6

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P6...

 

Gracias Christmas Cantata held at the Red Lake Humanities Center P5

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 P6

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 P7

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 6

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 6...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 7

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 7...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 8

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 8...

 

SMSC Endowed Scholarship Recipients Announced

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community today announced 31 new recipients of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Endowed Scholarship for the 2011-2012 school year. This is the third group of students to receive the scholarship at the University of Minnesota. Nineteen of the first two groups of 29 students will continue to receive the scholarships they...

 

Echo Hawk Announces $2.0 Million in Economic Development Technical Assistance Grants to 30 Tribes

WASHINGTON – Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk today announced that the Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development (IEED) has awarded approximately $2.0 million in economic development technical assistance grants to 30 federally recognized tribes. The funding was provided by the IEED’s Native American Business Development Institute (NABDI) grant...

 

Creative Kidstuff Now Open at Minneapolis - St. Paul International Airport

MINNEAPOLIS—Creative Kidstuff is now open in the Airport Mall at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP), offering a whimsical, wonderful and wildly imaginative array of children’s toys, clothing and gifts. Previously located on Concourse F at Terminal 1-Lindbergh, the new space is larger and offers a colorful, inviting design with product selection that focuses...

 

USDA Highlights School Nutrition Advances During National School Lunch Week

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11, 2011 — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today highlighted positive changes in the school meals programs to promote childrens' health during National School Lunch Week, Oct. 10-14. USDA, along with its partners, celebrate the program's accomplishments, including the achievements of HealthierUS School Challenge honorees and the enactment of the Healthy,...

 

Northern Minnesota residents speak up on redistricting at hearing

Keeping American Indian tribes at the forefront of the decision-making process was a plea heard frequently by five judges Monday evening. A public hearing was held in Bemidji in which a panel heard the opinions of 14 northern Minnesota residents about how new congressional and legislative district lines should be redrawn. Bemidji was one of eight cities chosen to host a public...

 

Senate Republicans vote to kill Obama's jobs bill

WASHINGTON - United against Barack Obama, Senate Republicans voted Tuesday night to kill the jobs package the president had spent weeks campaigning for across the country, a stinging loss at the hands of lawmakers opposed to stimulus-style spending and a tax increase on the very wealthy....

 

In city craving a champion, crowd says: 'Thanx, Lynx!'

Cheryl Reeve had been through WNBA championship celebrations before, so the Lynx coach thought she had some idea of what might greet her team at its victory parade down Nicollet Mall. But as she sat in the back of a white Lexus convertible, watching the pandemonium all around her, she turned to general manager Roger Griffith and asked, "You never dreamt it could be like this,...

 

Foreclosure rate under fire

St. Paul's poorest neighborhoods have endured much of the pain in the foreclosure crisis, says a Twin Cities religious coalition that on Tuesday urged action to help stem foreclosure and home vacancy rates....

 

AIM Member Suspected, Not Charged in Killing Dies

An 87-year-old woman suspected of being involved but never charged in the 1975 killing of a fellow American Indian Movement activist in South Dakota has died in a western Nebraska nursing home, a funeral home said Tuesday....

 

Cherokee Nation: Challenger wins chief election

(AP) TULSA, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation's election commission said Tuesday that a longtime tribal councilman has been elected the Oklahoma-based tribe's new chief, defeating a political rival who held the position for more than a decade after a bitter campaign that included two rounds of voting and several disputed recounts....

 

Controversial Cherokee chief loses re-election bid

(Reuters) - The Cherokee Indians' principal chief, who led a campaign to remove African-American slave descendants known as "freedmen" from the tribe, lost his re-election bid, according to unofficial vote totals Tuesday....

 

Cherokee Nation ignores ruling by its own Supreme Court-Freedmen votes to count

TULSA, Okla. — Just hours before unofficial results were expected in the Cherokee Principal Chief election, A ruling by the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court could have tossed some of the 12,000 absentee ballots cast by Tribal members and Freedmen since Sept. 24....

 

HUD funds for Cherokee Nation still frozen

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – Suspended housing funds meant for the Cherokee Nation following the Aug. 22 suspension of Cherokee Freedmen citizenship have not yet been allocated....

 

B.C.'s missing women inquiry opens

B.C.'s inquiry into the death and disappearance of women from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside opened in Vancouver amid the chants of protesters outside, and the withdrawal of several more advocacy groups....

 

Voices of vulnerable families shut out of Missing Women Inquiry: Atleo says

The Missing Women Inquiry is deeply flawed because legal funding inequities mean the voices of vulnerable families are not being heard, Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn Atleo said Tuesday. Read more: http://www.timescolonist.com/life/Voices+vulnerable+families+shut+Missing+Women+Inquiry+Atleo+says/5535421/story.html#ixzz1aZCQ6F8Y...

 

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