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Articles from the October 27, 2011 edition

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Ella LaRaine Charging Crow

Charging Crow, Ella LaRaine Age 11, Bloomington, MN, Dec 29, 1999 - Oct 21, 2011, Catholic/ Native American Serv. Thurs. Oct. 27, 2011 @ St. Edwards Catholic Church Bloomington MN, 9401 Nesbitt Ave. So. from 3-6 PM. In lieu of flowers, mem. pref: Ella Charging Crow Mem. Fund c/o Donna Hayes @ US Banks Acct #...

 

Juvenile Prosecutor - Red Lake Nation Tribal Court

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Juvenile Prosecutor Red Lake Nation Tribal Court Red Lake, MN 56671 (218) 679-3303 Open: October 25, 2011 Closes: Friday, November 4th, 2011 Primary Function: Responsible for prosecution of juvenile delinquents and status offenders. Part-time, reports to Chief Prosecutor. Essential Responsibilities & Duties:...

 

Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc. Solicits Applications for Tribal Representation on Its Board

Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc. Solicits Applications for Tribal Representation on Its Board Rural Minnesota CEP, Inc. (RMCEP) is soliciting applications for an enrolled Red Lake Tribal member to join its Board of Directors. RMCEP’s mission is to provide quality workforce development services to the persons in its 19-county area....

 

Grandparent's Breakfast with RLES Students - P4

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

 

Grandparent's Breakfast with RLES Students - P5

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

 

Grandparent's Breakfast with RLES Students - P6

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

 

Open House at the Red Lake Elementary School - P4

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

 

Open House at the Red Lake Elementary School - P5

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

 

Open House at the Red Lake Elementary School - P6

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

 

'Violence is the norm' in sex trade

American Indian prostitutes in Minnesota report a high incidence of being physically and sexually abused as children, multiple rapes and being homeless -- major factors in how they ended up in the sex trades, according to a new study out Thursday. Compiled by the Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition, the "Garden of Truth" report provides a glimpse into the often...

 

Report shares tales of American Indian sex victims, including women from Bemidji

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Advocates for sexual assault victims are releasing a report about the horrors of American Indian women who have been forced into prostitution. The report is called Garden of Truth and is based on the personal stories of 105 American Indian women in the Twin Cities, Duluth and Bemidji. The women have shared details about the violence they experienced,...

 

SEXUAL ASSAULT PROGRAM HONORS BELTRAMI COUNTY SHERIFF’S INVESTIGATOR SAM LUNDQUIST

On Monday, October 25, 2011, Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Sam Lundquist was honored by the Board of Directors for the Sexual Assault Program at their Annual Meeting. Investigator Lundquist was recognized for his excellent work with victims of sexual assault and willingness to “go the extra mile” to help...

 
 By Steve Kuchera    News    October 27, 2011

Duluth shooting a 'horrible accident,' Cobenais attorney says

Opposing attorneys in the murder trial of Stephen Louis Cobenais Sr. agreed on a major point during opening statements Wednesday: A revolver that Cobenais was holding on Aug. 26, 2009, went off, killing Mario Highler. But the attorneys disagree on Cobenais’ intentions when the gun fired. Cobenais didn’t mean to shoot Highler, defense attorney David Malban said Wednesday...

 
 By Abby Simon    News    October 27, 2011

High court: State, not tribe, must preside over adoption

Adoption proceedings for an Indian child whose parents' rights were terminated must take place within state courts, not tribal courts, the Minnesota Supreme Court ordered Wednesday. In the 4-2 decision, the court reversed two earlier orders granting the White Earth Band of Ojibwe permission to handle the child's adoption within its tribal court. In its order, the Supreme Court...

 

Thank You From the Chris Daniel Schoenborn IV Families

Thank You From the Chris Daniel Schoenborn IV Families ~ Johnson's & Schoenborn's ~ With every day that passes the pain of my sons loss remains present. Just as words were at a loss for many of you when you came to pay your respects to Chris, so my thoughts are overcome with emotion as I have been trying to sit down and pen my...

 

Tribal Leaders from BIA Great Plains and Other Regions Consult with Indian Affairs Officials About Cobell Trust Land Consolidation Program

WASHINGTON, D.C.— U.S. 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 met with tribal leaders in Rapid City, S.D., today in the final regional government-to-government tribal consultation meeting on the Trust Land Consolidation component of...

 
 Events   

Education Strategies & Solutions for the 21st Century

Education Strategies & Solutions for the 21st Century Please plan to attend the first of two workshops to be held in Minnesota. Save the date and mark your calendars for: December 7, 2011 - Seven Clans Casino and Event Center May 7, 2012 - Metro Area We are inviting high schools, two-year colleges, tribal colleges, tribal education offices and four-year institutions to...

 

R2AC Awards Arts Project Grants

Region 2 Arts Council (R2AC) recently awarded $11,360 through the Arts Project Grants Program, designed for organizations and schools to create or produce an arts project or event. The grant recipients included: Northern Artist Association, Bemidji, received $1,500 to provide transportation for residents of assisted living facilities and/or nursing homes to visit Gallery North...

 

Vilsack Announces Economic Development Funding To Create Jobs in Rural Communities in 26 States

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., - October 26, 2011 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the selection of 36 organizations in 26 states and the District of Columbia for grants to help rural cooperatives and small businesses expand, create jobs and strengthen their capacity to serve rural citizens and communities. Rural Housing Service Administrator Tammye Treviño announced...

 

Minnesota banks get $100M for loans

Gov. Mark Dayton unveiled his own small-business stimulus program Wednesday, funneling $100 million to community banks to spur lending to cash-strapped Minnesota businesses....

 

Dayton plan seeks to help small businesses

ST. PAUL – Minnesota officials hope a $100 million investment they are making in banks will end up in the hands of small business owners....

 

Govt study finds rich getting a lot richer, far outpace middle class and poor in income growth

WASHINGTON - The richest 1 percent of Americans have been getting far richer over the last three decades while the middle class and poor have seen their after-tax household income only crawl up in comparison, according to a government study....

 

Prepay may become only way at pump

Coon Rapids, where one of every six serious crimes reported is a gasoline theft, could become the first municipality in Minnesota to require prepayment at the pump....

 

U of M admits role in native residential schools

The president of the University of Manitoba is planning to make a public statement about the university's role in perpetuating the damage caused by Canada's native residential schools....

 

Residential school pain eased by teen's funeral

A long-awaited funeral held earlier this year shows that ordinary Canadians can help to heal the wounds from residential schools. The funeral was for Charlie Hunter, a teenager who died nearly 40 years ago while attending residential school. He was buried in Moose Factory, hundreds of kilometres away from his home and family in Peawanuk, Ont. For decades his parents pressed...

 

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