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Articles from the October 26, 2011 edition

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Charlene Martin

Charlene Martin, Indian name, Mushkoways, To Be Strong, 52, of Warroad, MN died Sunday, October 23, 2011 at the LifeCare Medical Center, Roseau, MN. Traditional Services will be 10:30 a.m., Friday, October 28, 2011 at the Little Rock Community Center. A wake will begin 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at the Little Rock...

 

Open House at the Red Lake Elementary School

Open House at the Red Lake Elementary School in August 2011....

 

Open House at the Red Lake Elementary School - P2

Open House at the Red Lake Elementary School in August 2011....

 

Open House at the Red Lake Elementary School - P3

Open House at the Red Lake Elementary School in August 2011....

 

Grandparent's Breakfast with RLES Students

Grandparent's Breakfast with RLES Students held in September 2011 at the Red Lake Elementary School....

 

Grandparent's Breakfast with RLES Students - P2

Grandparent's Breakfast with RLES Students held in September 2011 at the Red Lake Elementary School....

 

Grandparent's Breakfast with RLES Students - P3

Grandparent's Breakfast with RLES Students held in September 2011 at the Red Lake Elementary School....

 

Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa to Celebrate Grand Opening of New Health & Wellness Center

ODANAH, WISCONSIN [October 25, 2011] – After years of operating from a number of different portable buildings due to a fire in 2006 and relying on medical services located miles from the reservation, Bad River will celebrate more than the opening of a new Health and Wellness Center on October 28. The community will gather to r...

 

District won't move stop away from sex offender

CLOQUET, Minn. — The Cloquet School District has denied a parent's request to move a bus stop away from a sex offender's house....

 

Deputy Assistant Secretary Gillette and BIA Director Black to Attend Final Cobell Regional Tribal Consultation in Rapid City

Washington, D.C.— On Wednesday, October 26, 2011, Department of the Interior (DOI) Deputy Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs for Policy and Economic Development Jodi Gillette and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Director Michael Black will attend the final regional government-to-government tribal consultation regarding the Trust Land Consolidation component of the Cobell...

 

Campaign focused on Native Youth launches for American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month in November

Washington, DC – The future of the almost 1.7 million American Indian and Alaska Native youth will be the main focus of this year’s American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, celebrated every year during the month of November. The announcement of this year’s theme was made by a group of leading national American Indian and Alaska Native organizations in...

 

Delta Air Lines to Pay Outstanding Balance of 1992 MAC Loan

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL—Delta Air Lines says tomorrow it will carry through on plans it announced earlier this year to settle its remaining bond debt stemming from a 1992 Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) loan. The airline will transfer $175 million to an escrow account for payment to holders of General Obligation Series 15 bonds. That cash, together with $52 million...

 

LAWSUIT CHALLENGES CONSTITUTIONALITY OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE REIMBURSEMENT CUTS FOR HOME HEALTH PROVIDERS

Minneapolis, MN (October 25, 2011) -- A group of home health care agencies, employees and mentally and physically disabled clients have sued the State of Minnesota, asking a Ramsey County District Judge to strike down a law passed at the end of the 2011 Special Session that singles out home health care workers who provide services to relatives for medical-assistance...

 
 Events   

2011 Annual Diabetes and Diabetes Prevention Conference

2011 Annual Diabetes and Diabetes Prevention Conference Seven Clans Casino, Hotel and Indoor Water Park - Thief River Falls, MN Wednesday, October 26 – 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM Registration from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM Thursday, October 27 – 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM Morning Walk at 7:00 AM Registration begins at 8:00 AM Keynote Speaker: Gale...

 
 Events   

RLHS Parent Advisory Committee Meeting - Wed. Oct. 26, 2011

Red Lake High School Parent Advisory Committee Meeting 6:00-8:00 pm Wednesday October 26, 2011 Red Lake Casino Board Room. Meal provided. Ozaawaanakwadok (Yellow Cloud Woman) Susan L. Ninham, Assistant Principal Red Lake High School 24034 Hwy 1 E. PO Box 499 Red Lake, MN 56671 (218)679-3733 x1101...

 
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Defeating Voter Suppression Efforts in Minnesota - What We All Need to Know

Thursday, November 10th 6pm — 8pm American Indian Resource Center, Bemidji Questions? Call 444.2285 Defeating Voter Suppression Efforts in Minnesota - What We All Need to Know Join the Minnesota Voting Rights Coalition, Minnesota Secretary of State Office, Citizens for Election Integrity, MN, League of Women’s Voters and the ACLU-MN for this important panel! Our right to...

 

Director of Teen Programs – Unit 1 Red Lake

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Red Lake Nation Boys & Girls Club PO Box 1124 Red Lake, MN 56671 218-679-2556 Director of Teen Programs – Unit 1 Red Lake Full-Time (32.5 hrs/week) with Benefits Opens: October 25th, 2011 Ends: November 10th, 2011 Primary Function: Plans, organizes, implements, and evaluates a range of activities for teens...

 

Minneapolis considers $75 fine for failing to clear sidewalks

Snow-shoveling scofflaws could be on the hot seat this winter in Minneapolis. Not only does the city plan to get out more quickly to see whether a property owner has complied with an order to shovel, but it's likely to hit repeat violators with a $75 fine....

 

Are teens who drink pop more apt to be violent?

Children and teens who drink a lot of soda pop are twice as likely to steal, beat someone up or bring a weapon to school compared with peers who don't drink it, according to a new review of Minnesota student survey data....

 

Boys need STD vaccine too

A vaccine that protects against the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus should be routinely given to boys ages 11 and 12 to help prevent the cancer-causing virus, a government advisory committee said Tuesday....

 

Protecting illegal immigrants to catch criminals

AUSTIN, MINN. - It was after 1 a.m. when the policeman arrived at Patricia Sanchez's house, and he understood in a glance why she had dialed 911. Her face was streaked with scratches and her neck bore the red imprint of a man's hand....

 

Gambling is back in the mix for stadium

Plans to build a casino in downtown Minneapolis or install slot machines at horse racing tracks are re-emerging at the Capitol as possible funding sources for a new Vikings stadium....

 

Tribal lending business face off against state regulations

TULSA (AP) — Internet payday loan companies owned by Oklahoma Indian nations are coming into conflict with state regulators, a dispute that some say endangers consumers and cheapens the concept of tribal sovereign immunity....

 

A Fight For Her Grandchildren Mirrors A Native Past

Suzanne Crow, 58, has made and received a lot of bad telephone calls in her life, including the time she told her family that her 3-year-old son had died in a hospital because there wasn't a doctor on duty to care for him. Life in South Dakota as a displaced member of the Lakota and Dakota Sioux tribes can be tougher than most....

 

Disproportionality Rates of Native American Children In Foster Care

Roll over each state to see rankings on the disproportionality index. The index gauges the level at which Native American children are present in the foster care system compared with the level at which they are present in the general child population. An index greater than 1 indicates Native American children are over represented in the foster care system while an index of...

 

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