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Articles from the November 1, 2011 edition

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Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011....

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P2

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Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P3

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Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P4

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Woman, 47, killed in head-on collision near Lake Bemidji State Park

A 47-year-old woman died Monday afternoon after the van she was riding in collided with another van near Lake Bemidji State Park. Dawn Marie Boyd of Bemidji died from injuries sustained in the head-on crash, which was reported to emergency personnel at 12:54 p.m. Both vehicles were traveling on New Bass Road Northeast, about a...

 

Leech Lake opens new Bemidji clinic

For Tammy Goodwin-Carter, the opening of the Leech Lake Bemidji Tribal Clinic couldn’t come soon enough. On Monday, the waiting came to an end with a grand opening for the new facility. “I fought for this for years,” said Goodwin-Carter, a registered nurse and manager for the clinic. On hand for the grand opening were...

 

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P4

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P4...

 

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P5

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P5...

 

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P6

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P6...

 
 Events   

Rez'Traunt Daily Specials - October 31 - November 4

Rez'Traunt Daily Specials - October 31 - November 4...

 
 By Matt Hickman    Events   

The Bear Hall of Fame

These are not your average bears. These famous faces hail from all walks of life — nature, literature and even popular culture. To celebrate them, we've pulled together 15 of the world's best-known bears for consideration in MNN's inaugural Bear Hall of Fame. Check out the nominees below and vote for your favorite. The three...

 

TRAVELING “WHY TREATIES MATTER” EXHIBITION HAS A NEW WEBSITE

(SAINT PAUL, Minn., Oct. 31 – “Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations,” explores the Native nations in Minnesota and their history of treaty making with the United States, has a new companion website, which launched this month. The website, which can be found at www.treatiesmatter.org, features the exclusive voices of Dakota and Ojibwe...

 

Schools see positive results as new programs are started

is not an easy task for teachers and administrators, especially when some districts face consequences for poor test scores....

 

Test scores flat despite early start in SW Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Starting school two weeks before Labor Day didn't improve students' test scores in the first year as officials had hoped, but a superintendent said the results didn't shake his confidence in a three-year experiment in southwestern Minnesota. State law prohibits starting school before Labor Day, but a consortium of 25 districts got special permission from...

 

Paul Bunyan Communications donates to Beltrami 4-H Robotics program

Beltrami 4-H Robotics youth accept a donation from Paul Bunyan Communication in support of the Regional Robotics program. Beltrami County 4-H teams have practice sessions every Thursday after school at Headwaters Science Center. From left are, back row, coaches Will Daniels and James Owens, Bob Lindberg of Paul Bunyan...

 

ACF awards over $41 million in grants to Native American communities and organizations

The Administration for Native Americans (ANA) announced today the award of more than $41 million in grants to Native American communities and organizations located in 29 states, American Samoa, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. “These new grants illustrate our commitment in bringing new opportunities to American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaii...

 

Change in crack sentencing means early releases

WASHINGTON (AP) — Darryl Flood thought he would have to wait until 2013 to get out of prison, more than a decade after he pleaded guilty to being part of a conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine....

 

Third of Minnesota school districts holding referendums

In 2007, East Grand Forks residents passed a $500 per pupil operating levy with 61 percent approval, one year after defeating the same measure....

 

In Foley, private eyes on the street

FOLEY, MINN. - As they patrol the leafy streets of this small community, Benton County Sheriff's deputies hired by the city for extra protection can stop speeding drivers, rush to calm domestic disputes and haul thieves off to jail....

 

HHS Announces New, Refined Survey Standards to Examine, Help Eliminate Differences in Care Based on Race, Ethnicity, Sex, Primary Language, or Disability

The Department of Health and Human Services today released final standards to more consistently measure race, ethnicity, sex, primary language, and disability status, thereby improving our ability to highlight disparities in health status and target interventions to reduce these disparities. "It is our job to get a better understanding of why disparities occur and how to...

 

HUD releases CN housing funds

TAHLEQUAH — The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on Thursday notified the Cherokee Nation the suspension on approximately $39 million in housing funds had been released....

 

Yukon First Nations warn they'll block pipeline

Yukon First Nations warn that they'll block an Alaska gas pipeline unless social and economic benefits are negotiated for their people. Chiefs from the Liard and White River First Nations, as well as the Kaska Dena Council, made the threats in letters to the Northern Canada Pipeline Agency in Ottawa....

 

RCMP 'herded' native kids to residential schools

Former aboriginal students who say the RCMP herded them off to residential schools are expressing a sense of validation following the release of a report into the Mounties' role in the notorious school system....

 

RCMP unaware of residential school abuse, report says

RCMP officers usually weren't aware of the need to investigate abuse in Canada's infamous native residential school system because aboriginal families were reluctant to tell them what was occurring behind closed doors, says a report by the police force....

 

Labrador aboriginal people still want Ottawa apology

nuit, Innu and Métis in Labrador want the federal government to reconsider an earlier decision not to include them in a compensation package and apology for the pain and suffering that residential schools caused aboriginal Canadians....

 

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