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Articles from the April 4, 2014 edition

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"DRUG BUSTS RESULT IN 13 ARRESTS"

According to William Brunelle, Red Lake Department of Public Safety Director, the Red Lake Law Enforcement Staff continues to send a strong message to local drug dealers surrounding the sale and possession of illegal drugs. The department recently served two search warrants at two separate Red Lake reservation residences...

 

Ponemah man guilty of strangulation

RED LAKE -- A Ponemah man was found guilty of strangling a woman on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in 2013. Terry Dean Iceman, 47, was convicted of one count of strangulation following a three-day jury trial in a federal court in Duluth. The case is the result of investigation by the Red Lake Tribal Police Department and the FBI. Iceman assaulted the victim by strangling her...

 

St. Mary's Mission students donate 173 pounds of food during Food Drive

Congratulations to the students of the St. Mary's Mission School. During the FOOD DRIVE which concluded on March 31st the total pounds donated by all grades was 173 lbs.!!! WAY TO GO AWESOME JOB!!...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 4, 2014

Fourth Annual Elder's Gathering held in Red Lake - P22

There were at least 400 Elders that attended Red Lake's Fourth Annual Elder Gathering at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Monday, March 31, 2014. It all began with registration and breakfast, followed by the Opening Ceremony with Spiritual Elder Eugene Stillday, the Red Lake Nation Color Guard, drum group Young Kingbird led...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 4, 2014

Fourth Annual Elder's Gathering held in Red Lake - P23

There were at least 400 Elders that attended Red Lake's Fourth Annual Elder Gathering at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Monday, March 31, 2014. It all began with registration and breakfast, followed by the Opening Ceremony with Spiritual Elder Eugene Stillday, the Red Lake Nation Color Guard, drum group Young Kingbird led...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 4, 2014

Fourth Annual Elder's Gathering held in Red Lake - P24

There were at least 400 Elders that attended Red Lake's Fourth Annual Elder Gathering at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Monday, March 31, 2014. It all began with registration and breakfast, followed by the Opening Ceremony with Spiritual Elder Eugene Stillday, the Red Lake Nation Color Guard, drum group Young Kingbird led...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 4, 2014

Fourth Annual Elder's Gathering held in Red Lake - P25

There were at least 400 Elders that attended Red Lake's Fourth Annual Elder Gathering at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Monday, March 31, 2014. It all began with registration and breakfast, followed by the Opening Ceremony with Spiritual Elder Eugene Stillday, the Red Lake Nation Color Guard, drum group Young Kingbird led...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 4, 2014

Fourth Annual Elder's Gathering held in Red Lake - P26

There were at least 400 Elders that attended Red Lake's Fourth Annual Elder Gathering at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Monday, March 31, 2014. It all began with registration and breakfast, followed by the Opening Ceremony with Spiritual Elder Eugene Stillday, the Red Lake Nation Color Guard, drum group Young Kingbird led...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 4, 2014

Fourth Annual Elder's Gathering held in Red Lake - P27

There were at least 400 Elders that attended Red Lake's Fourth Annual Elder Gathering at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Monday, March 31, 2014. It all began with registration and breakfast, followed by the Opening Ceremony with Spiritual Elder Eugene Stillday, the Red Lake Nation Color Guard, drum group Young Kingbird led...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 4, 2014

Fourth Annual Elder's Gathering held in Red Lake - P28

There were at least 400 Elders that attended Red Lake's Fourth Annual Elder Gathering at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Monday, March 31, 2014. It all began with registration and breakfast, followed by the Opening Ceremony with Spiritual Elder Eugene Stillday, the Red Lake Nation Color Guard, drum group Young Kingbird led...

 

Maintenance Worker - Red Lake IHS Hospital

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/366164900?share=email Job Title:Maintenance Worker Department:Department Of Health And Human Services Agency:Indian Health Service Hiring Organization:http://www.ihs.gov Job Announcement Number:IHS-14-BJ-1088756-ESEP/MP SALARY RANGE: $23.18 to $27.12 / Per Hour OPEN PERIOD: Wednesday,...

 

Highway 2 fixes on tap for 2014 road construction season; 15th Street bridge to get more clearance

BEMIDJI — As the old joke goes, there’s actually just two seasons in Minnesota: winter and road construction. As the former scattered snow outside Thursday, officials from the Minnesota Department of Transportation detailed their plans for how the latter would affect the Bemidji area....

 
 Events   

Sloppy Joe Dinner Fundraiser - Friday, April 4, 2014

Sloppy Joe Dinner Fundraiser - Friday, April 4, 2014 10:30 AM until gone at the Redby Group Home...

 

House budget bill leans toward greater Minnesota

ST. PAUL — Much of the money in the Minnesota House’s plan to tweak the state’s two-year budget would go to greater Minnesota....

 

GOP congressman grills MNsure leader

WASHINGTON — An Arizona congressman went on the offensive against Minnesota’s health insurance exchange during a U.S. House hearing Thursday in Washington....

 

Studies show Indian, Hispanic youth fare worse than whites in Minnesota, N.D.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — American Indian and Hispanic children in Minnesota and North Dakota continue to lag behind their white peers, and by some measures they are worse off than their peers of the same race around the nation, according to a report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation....

 

Hillside Drive blocked in Bemidji

BEMIDJI -- The City of Bemidji has closed Hillside Drive SW from Park Ave. SW and Woodland Ave. SW effective today until further notice. The closure is due to four-wheel drive vehicles causing damage on the road and creating muddy conditions, according to the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office. Any traffic needing to access their residences, or for purposes of emergency...

 

Levi Auginash

Levi Auginash (March 30, 2014 - March 30, 2014) Levi Auginash was born and died March 30th, 2014 in Bemdiji, MN, the son of Linda Sayers and McKinley Auginash III. He is survived by his parents, Linda Sayers and McKinley Auginash III; grandfather, McKinley Auginash; grandmother, Phyllis Juarez; great-grandmother, Winnefred Juarez; and numerous aunties and uncles. He was...

 

Bullying crackdown passes Minnesota Senate

An antibullying policy considered one of the weakest in the country was scrapped by the Minnesota Senate on Thursday in favor of more stringent requirements that would begin to crack down on practices that have tormented some students to the point of suicide....

 

Snow reaches 7.3" in Mpls.; 11.3" in Hutchinson; still falling

The heavy snow that walloped the metro area overnight will prove problematic for morning commuters, as the flakes continue to fall in some parts....

 

With DFL unity at stake, Bakk sets his own priorities at State Capitol

All his life, Tom Bakk has built things — from carpentry projects he worked on alongside his father on the shores of Lake Vermilion, to relationships that facilitated his ascent to one of the most powerful perches at Minnesota’s Capitol....

 

Jared Allen expects boos from Vikings fans

The NFL schedule hasn't been released yet, but good ol’ Jared Allen will have to pay a visit at some point during the season when the Bears travel to Minneapolis....

 

MnDOT unveils $1.1 billion for hundreds of transportation projects in '14

The crews are still in snow mode, but when the blades come off the plows the Minnesota Department of Transportation will get to work on the second-biggest slate of metro area road construction projects in its history — 74 of them — along with another 194 in outstate Minnesota....

 

Maple syruping at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

The second-graders of Expo Elementary School in St. Paul have sophisticated palates, judging from taste tests they performed last week on a field trip to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen....

 

Obama signs cancer research bill named after girl who urged 'stop talking and start doing'

WASHINGTON — A 10-year-old girl who died of brain cancer is leaving a legacy for other sick children in a new law signed by President Barack Obama....

 

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