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Articles from the October 24, 2012 edition

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New Casino & Hotel Planned at Warroad

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa plans to build a new, multimillion dollar casino and hotel at Warroad, Minnesota along the shore of Lake of the Woods. It will be built just across the river from their current location, which is a casino only. The new, casino-hotel will feature a floor with 600 slot machines, a 60 room hotel,...

 

RED LAKE PHARMACY TO PARTICIPATE IN PHARMACY WEEK

Red Lake Hospital will be observing Pharmacy Week October 22-27, 2012. The goal of the week is to promote the vital role pharmacists and pharmacy technician’s play in providing you safe and effective medication therapy. Red Lake Pharmacy employs twelve highly trained pharmacists and eight skilled pharmacy technicians. Many of...

 

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DUCK HUNTERS RESCUED AFTER BOAT CAPSIZES

At approximately 6:39 PM, on Monday, October 22, 2012, the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office was notified that a boat carrying four duck hunters had capsized about 200 yards from shore near Woodhaven Resort on Three Island Lake in Port Hope Township. Immediate efforts by resort owner Bernie Fennell and bystander Michael Steele...

 

Census Bureau Acting Director Receives Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership

The U.S. Census Bureau announced today that Acting Director Thomas L. Mesenbourg received the Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership on Monday, Oct. 22. Since 1978, American University’s School of Public Affairs has granted this prestigious award to more than 60 federal career executives in recognition of their exceptional federal service and dedication to the work...

 
 By Ha Giang    News    October 24, 2012

For School Districts, Anxiety Grows as Prop 30 Vote Nears

WESTMINSTER, Calif. – On November 6, millions of Californians will turn out at the polls to not only select a president, but to determine the future direction of public education in the state. As the date draws nearer, school districts struggling under already anemic budgets are watching closely. "No election ever made me as...

 

FOUNDATION NAMES THIRD COHORT OF 2012 BUSH FELLOWS

(Saint Paul, MN – October 23, 2012) – The Foundation has selected 10 new Bush Fellows for 2012, joining 19 others named earlier this year. These newest Fellows will engage their communities to create change on a diverse range of issues related to the vitality of their communities. The Fellows are: Sunny Sinh Chanthanouvong (Elk River, MN) Shirley Chouinard (Cambridge, MN)...

 

Californians Face Crucial Vote on Schools

Ed. Note: On November 6th, California voters will be asked to vote on two initiatives that will have a dramatic impact on funding for the state's struggling public schools. To help reduce voter confusion on what may be the most complicated public policy issue in the state -- school finance -- EdSource has prepared the following...

 
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Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) Annual Art Sale

Now in its 15th year, the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) Annual Art Sale is a Minn. tradition with all proceeds going to individual artists and the MCAD Art Sale Scholarship Fund. The show kicks off Thursday, November 15 and continues through November 20. Even in the current economy, purchasing original art is...

 

Date Change -- Southwest American Indian Veterans Farming and Ranching Summit Now Set for Thursday, November 1, 2012

Date Change -- Southwest American Indian Veterans Farming and Ranching Summit Now Set for Thursday, November 1, 2012 The Southwest American Indian Veterans Farming and Ranching Summit has been rescheduled and will be held Thursday, November 1, 2012. The decision to reschedule is in direct response to United States Department of Agriculture’s (“USDA’s”) concerns...

 

Vilsack Announces Investments in Tribal Land-Grant Institutions

WASHINGTON, October 23, 2012 - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that 21 projects in eight states have been funded through the Tribal College Initiative Grant program to make campus improvements, provide outreach and educational offerings. Janie Hipp, Senior Advisor to the Secretary made the announcement on the Secretary's behalf while attending the National...

 

Why Obama Brought Class Size Into Last Night’s Foreign Policy Debate

On Monday night viewers got an full evening of American posturing on militarism and war in the third and final presidential debate on foreign policy. It was within that context that both GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Obama steered the debate to their best domestic policy ideas for regaining the United...

 
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“WELCOME TO THE PARTY” - Video and discussion about sexual violence on college campuses

“WELCOME TO THE PARTY” - Video and discussion about sexual violence on college campuses THURSDAY October 25th 2012 - Hagg Sauer 100 - 7:00 p.m. A National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week Event College Kids and parties go together like finals week and caffeine. But parties are one of the most common environments for sexual assault. We’re college kids just like you, who...

 

Blackduck moves to section semis

For the first time in a long time, the Blackduck football team is moving on. After snapping a 30-game losing streak earlier this season, the Drakes are moving on to the second round of the playoffs. Blackduck (6-3) beat Mesabi East 38-0 Tuesday night in Section 7A first-round playoff action. Their reward? A date with Cook County. The Vikings (7-1) scored a huge win over Cass...

 

Minnesota DNR says attempt to kill zebra mussels in 2 lakes unsuccessful

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. - The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a new treatment failed to kill zebra mussels in two lakes....

 

DNR says hunters have killed 20 Wisconsin wolves

MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin wildlife officials say hunters have reported killing 20 wolves since the state's first organized hunt began last week....

 

Salazar anticipates Cobell payments by end of year

Payments from the $3.4 billion Cobell settlement could go out by the end of the year, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said in an interview on Monday....

 

Elections 2012: National Congress of American Indians Challenges ID Laws, Promotes Native Voters

The National Congress of American Indians set an ambitious goal for this election cycle: The largest Native turnout in history. That means registering some one million potential voters – and then making sure those folks actually go to the polls. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/10/23/elections-2012-national-congress-of-american-indi...

 

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