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Articles from the November 2, 2011 edition

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Stephanie Cecelia Vencel Leikvoll

Stephanie Cecelia Vencel Leikvoll, 41 of Bemidji died Sunday, October 30, 2011. Memorial Services will be at 11:00 am Saturday, November 5, 2011 at the St. Philip’s Catholic Church in Bemidji, MN with Fr. Craig Vasek officiating. Visitation will be on Friday, November 4, 2011 from 5-7 pm with a prayer service at 6:30 pm at...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P5

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P5...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P6

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P6...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P7

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P7...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P8

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P8...

 

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P7

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P7...

 

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P8

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P8...

 

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P9

Inez Desjarlait and Brent Sigana Sr. Wedding of Oct. 29, 2011 - P9...

 

Program Assistant - Ponemah Unit - Red Lake Nation Boys & Girls Club

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Re-Advertised 1 Program Assistant Ponemah- Unit 2 Red Lake Nation Boys & Girls Club P.O. Box 1124 Red Lake, MN. 56671 218-679-2556 Opens: November 1, 2011 Closes: Friday, December 2nd, 2011 Primary Function: Plan, implement, supervise, and evaluate activities provided within the specific program area, such...

 

Unit Director – Ponemah - Red Lake Nation Boys & Girls Club

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Re-Advertised Unit Director – Ponemah Red Lake Nation Boys & Girls Club P.O. Box 1124 Red Lake, MN. 56671 218-679-2556 Opens: November 1, 2011 Closes: Friday, December 2nd, 2011 Primary Function: Plan, implement, supervise, and evaluate activities provided within the specific program area, such as...

 

Echo Hawk Names Businesswoman Karen J. Atkinson Director of Indian Energy and Economic Development Office

WASHINGTON – Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk today announced that he has named businesswoman and attorney Karen J. Atkinson, an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes in North Dakota, as director of the Indian Affairs Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development. As the IEED director, Atkinson will oversee an agency that provides services to...

 

Victory Wall of Remembrance At St. Mary’s Mission Church Red Lake

Victory Wall of Remembrance At St. Mary’s Mission Church Red Lake As we approach the Fall of Feasts of All Saints (November 1) and All Souls (November 2), we will be having a mass on both nights at 5:30pm and you are welcomed to attend, we cannot help but remember those who have died. You are invited to bring pictures or memory cards of deceased family members that you would...

 

NCAI AND SENATOR AKAKA TEAM UP TO PROTECT NATIVE WOMEN

Portland, Oregon – The nation’s leading American Indian and Alaska Native advocacy organization, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), announced today its full support for the Stand Against Violence and Empower Native Women (SAVE Native Women) Act. The SAVE Native Women Act was introduced on Monday October 31, 2011 on the Senate floor by Senator Daniel Akaka,...

 

Minnesota students losing ground to peers in other states

Minnesota students remain above average but are losing ground to their peers in other states....

 

Tribal recall election Nov. 2

A Special Recall Election for the Colorado River Indian Tribes is slated for Nov. 2. Tribal member Gary Polacca spearheaded effort to recall CRIT Councilwoman Amanda Barrera....

 

ACLU to probe if SD breaks child-protection laws

The American Civil Liberties Union is investigating whether the South Dakota Department of Social Services violated federal law by removing Native American children from their homes and placing them in foster care instead of with relatives. Read more: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/state-and-regional/aclu-to-probe-if-sd-breaks-child-protection-laws/article...

 

Governor's office calls NPR foster care report flawed; congressmen seek review

Staffers for Gov. Dennis Daugaard on Monday attacked a National Public Radio report critical of state child-protection programs that remove Native American children from their homes for foster-care placement, saying NPR was biased and inaccurate in its reporting. Read more: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/governor-s-office-calls-npr-foster-care-report-flawe...

 

True Wild Rice Probably Isn’t What You Think It Is—It’s Better

The migration story of the Ojibwe people tells of following the miigis (cowry shell) west and looking for a place where food grows on the water. That food was manoomin (wild rice), and the place, basically, was northern Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan and west-central Ontario....

 

Pickton inquiry told police 'lied' about victim

A woman who helped run a Vancouver drop-in centre for sex workers says she reported one of serial killer Robert Pickton's victims missing, but believes she was lied to when an officer told her the woman was in rehab....

 

Former Quechan employee sentenced to probation for having illegal weapons

Winterhaven, CA -- A former Quechan Fish and Game warden arrested for making alleged threats and caught with more 2 dozen illegal weapons is sentenced to 3 years of probation Tuesday morning....

 

2 charged in man's death on First Nation

Two men have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a 41-year-old man on the Sagkeeng First Nation....

 

Aboriginal homicides not about race

This past weekend's homicide in Thunder Bay adds to the number of Aboriginal people who have died as a result of violent crime. But city police Chief J.P. Levesque said that statistic is about circumstances, not race....

 

Oklahoma men accused of pointing gun at ND couple

Minot, N.D. — Two Oklahoma men have been indicted in federal court for allegedly threatening two people with a gun while driving on a North Dakota Indian reservation....

 

Preview of Casino Del Sol expansion

TUCSON - Tuesday, the staff of Casino Del Sol gave a sneak peek into the $130 million expansion set to open November 11th....

 

Let the battles begin in Cherokee

Cherokee tribal members could vote this April on whether to allow alcoholic beverage sales on the reservation, one month before a similar referendum will be held on legalizing sales countywide in neighboring Jackson County....

 

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