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Articles from the October 20, 2011 edition

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New Welcome Sign Erected at South Boundary Line on Highway 89 - P3

The new welcome sign was erected on Tuesday, October 18, 2011, at the South Boundary of the Red Lake Indian Reservation on Highway 89. Designed and painted by artist Patrick Desjarlait, the sign measures 10x18 and will eventually be illuminated at night. Three other signs of the same design will be erected at other boundary...

 

New Welcome Sign Erected at South Boundary Line on Highway 89 - P4

The new welcome sign was erected on Tuesday, October 18, 2011, at the South Boundary of the Red Lake Indian Reservation on Highway 89. Designed and painted by artist Patrick Desjarlait, the sign measures 10x18 and will eventually be illuminated at night. Three other signs of the same design will be erected at other boundary...

 

Ninham’s basketball coaching videos, books receive national attention

Dan Ninham’s hobby and love for coaching basketball are earning national attention. His latest DVD instructional, Conditioning & Combination Drills, is featured on the Sysko’s Sports Productions national catalog cover for the month of October. The Bemidji Middle School physical education teacher and former Cass Lake-Bena hea...

 

Little Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Action in Cook P4

The Little Lady Warriors Volleyball Team went to Cook, MN on October 15, 2011 and played two games. It was fun for everyone and they all are looking forward to it again next year....

 

Little Lady Warriors Volleyball Team Action in Cook P5

The Little Lady Warriors Volleyball Team went to Cook, MN on October 15, 2011 and played two games. It was fun for everyone and they all are looking forward to it again next year....

 
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Free Goody Bag - Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011 - 1 PM - 2 PM

Free Goody Bag - Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011 - 1 PM - 2 PM Come to the Red Lake Hospital and participate in the mass vaccination drill to receive a free goody bag. Go to the white tent by the main en-trance between 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM. Flu shots are also available at this time....

 

NO SCHOOL AT ALL RED LAKE SCHOOLS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

NO SCHOOL AT ALL RED LAKE SCHOOLS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY...

 
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Breast Cancer Awareness Open House - Red Lake IHS Hospital

Breast Cancer Awareness Open House @ the Red Lake Indian Health Service Hospital. Wednesday, October 26, 2011 @ 1-3pm Cake & Ice Cream, games, prizes!! Everyone is welcome! “The best protection is early detection...

 
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Community Feast - "Evening With The Chairman" at the Red Lake Urban Office-Duluth

Community Feast "Evening With The Chairman" at Red Lake Urban Office October 20th 2011 5:30 p.m to 8 p.m Micheala Richey-Director Della Adams & Julie Johnson 218-624-4418 Phone or E-mail redlakeurbanoffice@redlakeurban.com...

 

Questions about Your Medicine? Ask Those Who Know it Best!

Questions about Your Medicine? Ask Those Who Know it Best! Red Lake Pharmacy to Participate in National Hospital & Health-System Pharmacy Week Ever wonder who makes sure that you get the right medication? During National Pharmacy Week, October 16-22, 2011, the Red Lake Pharmacy is planning activities to help you learn more...

 
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“Evening Out with the ACLU-MN, Greater Minnesota Racial Justice Project”

Please consider joining us for an “Evening Out with the ACLU-MN, Greater Minnesota Racial Justice Project” Saturday, Oct 22nd from 6—9pm at 303 Rail Road St SW in Bemidji. The ACLU-MN, Greater Minnesota Racial Justice Project wants to thank you for your commitment to civil liberties and racial justice in Northern...

 

TOP TEN REASONS WHY THE GOP SO-CALLED “JOBS” BILL WILL HURT THE ECONOMY AND COST AMERICAN JOBS

1) The Republican So-Called “Jobs” Bill Could Harm The Economy And Is Unlikely To Create Any Jobs And Make The Jobs Crisis Worse. According to Gus Faucher, the director of macroeconomics at Moody’s Analytics, “In the short term, demand is weak, businesses aren’t hiring, and consumers aren’t spending. That’s the cause of the current weakness — and Republican...

 

Red Lake Fisheries: Return of the Red Lake Walleye

Note: I wrote this back in November 2007. I thought I'd retell the story because many people are unaware or misinformed about the commercial fishery on the Red Lake Reservation. The huge lake is considered sacred by its members, and therefore may only be accessed by Red Lake members and will likely never be used for recreation,...

 

Beltrami County Board: Sheriff’s Office gets approval for staffing changes

A full-time deputy who formerly enforced boat and water safety and all-terrain vehicle and snowmobile recreation will soon be replaced by three casual, seasonal officers....

 

Minnesota bids for federal aid to boost early education

Minnesota is back in the race. In its second attempt to win competitive federal grants, the Minnesota Department of Education submitted an application Wednesday for a $45 million boost to early education statewide....

 

Motorists warned after Minn. trooper hits deer

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Even the Minnesota State Patrol isn't safe when deer decide to jump out in front of a car. The patrol released both pictures and dash-cam video Wednesday of a trooper colliding with a deer Sunday night on Highway 15 south of Hutchinson. The deer jumped out from the left side of the road, and its head and antlers ended up going through the driver's side...

 

Marijuana approval hits record high

For the first time in more than 40 years, a record high number of Americans approve of legalizing marijuana. A Gallup poll released this week showed that 50 percent of us think marijuana should be made legal, while 46 percent do not....

 

Unbelted, at risk on outstate roads

Racing down a rural highway, siren blaring, paramedic Brian Pollock couldn't help but give his short lecture to the middle-aged woman in the back of his ambulance recently....

 

BIA Director Black Names Sharon Pinto Navajo Regional Office Director

WASHINGTON – Bureau of Indian Affairs Director Michael S. Black today announced that he has named Sharon A. Pinto as regional director of the BIA’s Navajo Regional Office in Gallup, N.M. Pinto, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, had been serving as the regional deputy director since October 28, 2007, and as the acting...

 

Native American advocate Elouise Cobell dies

HELENA, Mont. - Elouise Cobell took personally the death of each American Indian who never saw a dime in the U.S. government's $3.4 billion settlement in a long battle over mismanaged land royalties, viewing each passing as another person who would never know justice....

 

Worth liking? Facebook users' may have more gray matter

People who have more Facebook friends have more gray matter in their brains, a finding that may spur further research on the relationship between social networking and the mind, British researchers said Wednesday. A strong correlation was found between the number of Facebook connections and the amount of gray matter, or brain tissue responsible for processing signals,...

 

Ex-Native corporation offiicial remains jailed in bribe case

WASHINGTON -- A former executive with an Alaska Native corporation subsidiary charged in what federal prosecutors call one of the largest government contracting frauds in the country's history will remain behind bars, a judge ruled Tuesday, after prosecutors said they had overwhelming evidence of his participation in a kickback scheme. Read more: http://www....

 

Tribal court dismisses election appeal filed by Chad Smith

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - Shortly after the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court dismissed an election appeal Wednesday filed by the former principal chief of the tribe, Chief-elect Bill John Baker's camp announced he will be immediately sworn in Wednesday evening. Read more: http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/news/local_news/tribal-court-dismisses-election-appeal-filed-by-chad-smit...

 

UND says cost of retiring Fighting Sioux: $750,000

FARGO, N.D. -- University of North Dakota officials say it could cost about $750,000 to retire the school's Fighting Sioux nickname and logo, but haven't figured out who will pay for the changes. Read more: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/und-says-cost-of-retiring-fighting-sioux/article_917f194a-fa9f-11e0-8b73-001cc4c03286.html#ixzz1bJylbLcJ...

 

Indians oppose 'recycled' sewage for Arizona skiing

The San Francisco Peaks tower over the baking Arizona desert. Stands of white barked aspens, spruce and ponderosa pines dot the high tundra landscape, and the mountain is the highest in the state....

 

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