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Articles from the October 13, 2011 edition

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Pete Frederick Neadeau

Pete Frederick Neadeau, 67 of Red Lake, MN died Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at Red Lake Hospital. Funeral Services will be 2:00 pm Saturday, October 15, 2011 at the Red Lake Community Center in Red Lake, MN with Father Jerry Rogers officiating. A wake will begin Thursday, October 13, 2011 at the Red Lake Community Center and will...

 

Philip Eugene Johnson

Phillip Eugene Johnson, 55, of Bagley, MN died on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at the Veterans Hospital in Fargo, ND. Funeral services will be held on Friday, October 14, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at the Rice Lake Community Center in Rice Lake, MN. A wake will begin at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 13, 2011 and continue until the time...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 9

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 9...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 10

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Upset by Bug School 3-2 - Part 10...

 

Red Lake DNR making a splash with annual “Wave of Knowledge: Learning the Language of Water,” Water Festival

The Red Lake DNR is making a splash with their annual “Wave of Knowledge: Learning the Language of Water,” Water Festival to be held at Concordia Language Villages. Over two hundred and fifty 5th grade students and teachers from within the Red Lake Watershed: Blackduck, Kelliher, Northome, Ponemah, Red Lake, and St....

 

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P7

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P7...

 

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P8

Red Lake Homecoming Week: Powder Puff Game P8...

 

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P7

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P7...

 

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P8

Red Lake Homecoming: Red Lake Loses to Western Lutheran P8...

 

Please extend a warm welcome to our newest Family Practice Doctor at the Red Lake Hospital

We are very excited that Dr. Eli Lotsu joined our team on September 26 providing comprehensive care to the Red Lake Nation. He was born and raised in Ghana, Africa. He pursued his degree as a physician because of his love to help people. Dr. Lotsu’s educational career started at the University of Illinois in 1991. Where he...

 
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Picture Day at RLES/ECC - Thursday, Oct. 13 - Starting at 8:30 AM

Pictures for RLES/ECC are this Thursday, October 13th. We will be starting pictures at 8:30 in both buildings. All students will have their picture taken for the annual and Genesis program. Only students that pay at the time of their picture will get a package. Checks should be made out to Image Photography. For proper credit,...

 
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Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials for Week of Oct. 10 - Oct. 16, 2011

Red Lake Foods Weekly Specials for Week of Oct. 10 - Oct. 16, 2011...

 
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Warrior Grill Weekly Special for Week of Oct. 10th – 14th

Weekly special for week of Oct. 10th – 14th Monday.........................Meatball subs Tasty meatballs in marinara sauce on a toasted hoagie bun with mozz. cheese. Comes with ff’s..............................................$5.95 Tuesday..........................Prime rib sands A 6oz slice of prime served open faced on...

 

Pharmacy Technician GS-661-5/6 - Red Lake Hospital

Job Title: Pharmacy Technician GS-661-5/6 (RL2125)(ESEP/MP) Department: Department Of Health And Human Services Agency: Indian Health Service Job Announcement Number: IHS-11 -BE-544673-ESEP/MP Salary Range: $31,315.00 - $45,376.00 /year Series & Grade: GS-0661 -05/06 Promotion Potential: 06 Open Period: Friday, October 07, 2011 to Monday, October 24, 2011 Position Information:...

 
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• 30th ANNUAL NORTHWEST INTERTRIBAL GATHERING & ELDERS DINNER SCHEDULED FOR November 12th 2011

Eureka, November 12, 2011: For many years the Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc. (NCIDC) has sponsored the Northwest Intertribal Gathering and Elders Dinner. This is the 30th year of this annual gathering and we want to invite you to take part in this regional community wide event. In keeping with the spirit of Thanksgiving and National American Indian...

 
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“Food for Thought” – AISES 33rd Annual National Conference

(Albuquerque, September 29, 2011) AISES, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, holds its 33rd annual National Conference November 10-12 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, MN. Held annually since 1978, this three-day gathering has become known as a “must-do” event for indigenous North Americans in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and...

 

America's Great Outdoors Progress Report Shows Conservation, Recreation Gains and Economic Benefits

WASHINGTON – The Obama Administration today detailed how the President's America's Great Outdoors Initiative (AGO) is opening up access to lands and waters, restoring critical landscapes, reconnecting Americans to the natural world, and supporting thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in economic activity. With the release of the 2011 America's Great Outdoors Progress...

 

REPUBLICANS SHOULD STOP ROOTING FOR THE ECONOMY TO FAIL, START WORKING WITH DEMOCRATS TO CREATE JOBS

Washington, D.C. – Nevada Senator Harry Reid made the following remarks today on the Senate floor regarding legislation to stop Chinese currency manipulation and the American Jobs Act. Below are his remarks as prepared for delivery: This evening the Senate will vote on legislation to end the unfair practice of currency manipulation by the Chinese government. China...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Wind Turbine to Undergo Major Maintenance

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community wind turbine will undergo major maintenance in the next few months. Until that time, it will remain offline until a warranty repair is complete to install a new generator. The eight metric ton generator inside the nacelle will be replaced. At a height of 262.4 feet, repair of the nacelle will require the use of a...

 

Urban Outfitters' hipster panty is a Navajo no-no

When Sasha Houston Brown walked into an Urban Outfitters store in Minneapolis last weekend, she found the perfect way to mark Columbus Day on Monday -- creating possible legal trouble for the hipster clothing chain in the process....

 

Cherokee certify new chief for first time in 12 years

(Reuters) - The Cherokee nation, the second-largest tribe in the country, will have a new principal chief for the first time in 12 years as challenger Bill John Baker ousted the incumbent chief, the tribe's election commission certified on Wednesday....

 

Tribe requests more land for trust status

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Dakota Community is asking the federal government to place an additional 124 acres of tribal-owned lands into trust, but the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs hasn’t shared the application with the city of Shakopee....

 

Cherokee, other tribal farmers seek compensation based on class-action suit against USDA

After 11 years of legal battle, Native Americans won a class-action lawsuit in 2010 against the U.S. Department of Agriculture known as Keepseagle v. Vilsack. Under the ruling, Native American farmers and ranchers have until December 27, 2011 to file a claim to receive up to $50,000 each....

 

Fight continues between Benewah County leaders, Coeur d'Alene Tribe on hunting regulations

COEUR D’ALENE-- The Benewah County Prosecutor and The Coeur d'Alene Tribe continue to go back and forth over hunting rights....

 

What about the bias in those who look for bias?

Paul Sherman is an attorney for the pupil nondiscrimination program of the state Department of Public Instruction. He, in essence, fights bias....

 

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