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Articles from the November 9, 2011 edition

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Red Lake Voters Approve Maximum Effort Capital Loan of $32,586,000

Red Lake school officials received the community support they were hoping for. In complete but unofficial results Tuesday, 20 of 24 voters voted to approve the Red Lake School District's plan to incur indebtedness with a maximum effort capital loan of $32,586,000. The question on the ballot was: Shall the School Board of...

 

LEVEL 3 PREDATORY OFFENDER SOUGHT BY MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

The Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC) has issued a warrant for the apprehension of Clarence Robinson (aka Clarence Lee Jones, James Edward Robinson or Maurice Robinson), a level three predatory sex offender. Robinson is on Intensive Supervised Release for a 1997 conviction of burglary in the first degree from Hennepin...

 
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2011 Tribal Cultural Competency Training - November 17-18th, 2011

2011 Tribal Cultural Competency Training - November 17-18th, 2011 “Building Your Tribal Cultural Competency Toolbox” A Mental Health Crisis Conference for Professionals and Para-Professionals invested in the Mental Health and wellbeing of Indigenous People November 17-18th, 2011 THE SANFORD EVENT CENTER 1111 Event Center Dr., Bemidji, MN — Gate 4 — 8:00am – 5:00pm...

 

Teen Health Fair held at Red Lake High School - P9

A Teen Health Fair was held at Red Lake High School on Friday, November 4, 2011 from 1 PM - 3 PM. Health Care issues, tables which included educational issues, blood pressure, blood sugars, alternative health medicines, massage therapy, biofeedback, mental health issues, physical exercise techniques, and more...

 

Teen Health Fair held at Red Lake High School - P10

A Teen Health Fair was held at Red Lake High School on Friday, November 4, 2011 from 1 PM - 3 PM. Health Care issues, tables which included educational issues, blood pressure, blood sugars, alternative health medicines, massage therapy, biofeedback, mental health issues, physical exercise techniques, and more...

 

Teen Health Fair held at Red Lake High School - P11

A Teen Health Fair was held at Red Lake High School on Friday, November 4, 2011 from 1 PM - 3 PM. Health Care issues, tables which included educational issues, blood pressure, blood sugars, alternative health medicines, massage therapy, biofeedback, mental health issues, physical exercise techniques, and more...

 

Teen Health Fair held at Red Lake High School - P12

A Teen Health Fair was held at Red Lake High School on Friday, November 4, 2011 from 1 PM - 3 PM. Health Care issues, tables which included educational issues, blood pressure, blood sugars, alternative health medicines, massage therapy, biofeedback, mental health issues, physical exercise techniques, and more...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P25

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P25...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P26

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P26...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P27

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P27...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P28

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P28...

 

Highway 220 rail crossing project requires detour Nov. 9-10

BEMIDJI, Minn. – Motorists on Highway 220 will experience a detour in East Grand Forks on Wednesday, Nov. 9, and Thursday, Nov. 10. Crews from the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway will replace the Highway 220 rail crossing just south of the junction with Highway 2 near East Grand Forks. Northbound Highway 220 traffic will detour on Bygland Road, Business Highway 2,...

 

Mille Lacs Ojibwe fighting violent offenders with banishment

Storm clouds rolled in over the Mille Lacs Indian reservation just as Julian Koslowski and two other members of the search party reached the wastewater treatment plant....

 

REMARKS AS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY BY DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL JAMES M. COLE AT THE DEPARTMENT Of JUSTICE’S ANNUAL AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE HERITAGE MONTH COMMEMORATIVE PROGRAM

WASHINGTON, D.C. Thank you, Tom, for that kind introduction and for the enormous contributions you’ve made to all of the Department’s work on tribal justice and public safety in Indian Country. It’s an honor and a pleasure to join so many colleagues and distinguished guests as we celebrate American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month. And it is a special privilege to...

 

NATIVE ARTS AND CULTURES FOUNDATION "STRENGTHENING THE BONES" CONVENING ENDS WITH RENEWED VIGOR AND ENTHUSIASM IN THE FIELD

PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 8 – The second day of “Strengthening the Bones,” the first convening of the Native arts and cultures field by the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF), concluded Saturday, Nov. 5 with performances, coalition building, and advocacy. One hundred Native artists, musicians, writers, educators, and representatives of Native artist service...

 
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RED LAKE RESERVATION VETERANS/FAMILIES - Honoring Our Warrior Tradition

RED LAKE RESERVATION VETERANS/FAMILIES Honoring Our Warrior Tradition SPONSORED BY THE RED LAKE TRIBAL COUNCIL PRESENTS A Program, FEAST, AND SLiDE SHOW TO HONOR OUR NATiONS’ VETERANS on Thursday, Nov. 10TH, 2011 @ 11:00 a.m. @ Red Lake Nation College starting with 21 gun salute/taps Feast to follow at the Red Lake Casino Banquet room *FAMiliES ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRiNG PHOTOS...

 

American Indian voices take to the airwaves

St. Paul, Minn. — Four new radio stations are on the air across northern Minnesota, and each is eager to serve American Indian audiences....

 

Bemidji Voters reject school

Bemidji school officials did not receive the community support they were hoping for. In complete but unofficial results Tuesday, 67 percent of voters turned down a $13 million bond package to build a new elementary school....

 

Johanna Faith Wind

Johanna Faith Wind, newborn infant of Fabian and Dana Wind of Bemidji was born and died Friday, November 4, 2011 at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center. Funeral Services will be 1:00 pm Friday, November 11, 2011 at the Veteran’s Memorial Building in Cass Lake, MN with Rev. George Ross officiating. Visitation will be one hour before the service. Interment will be at the Pine Grove...

 

School districts fare well in levy renewals

Across the metro, voters gave an emphatic yes to school districts asking them to extend current levels of funding, but tended to balk at kicking in more....

 

Obama to seek savings by ordering cuts in travel, cellphones, swag

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama is coming out against swag. That's swag, as in the coffee mugs, pens, T-shirts and other public relations articles that federal government agencies purchase with taxpayer money to promote their work....

 

Myths and facts about some of our food icons

When it comes to food mascots -- those iconic faces and names we've heard so often over the years that they are part of the fabric of our American life -- it can be difficult to discern fact from fiction....

 

24 more native men come forward in Boy Scout leader’s sex abuse case

Ralph Rowe was a burly Anglican priest who flew himself across northern Ontario for almost two decades, tending to churches in 20 First Nations communities....

 

Native children suffer under a modern-day version of forced assimilation

The federal government began sending American Indians to off-reservation boarding schools in the 1870s, when the United States was still at war with Indians. An Army officer, Richard Pratt, founded the first of these schools....

 

New map divides Indian vote in Rapid City

RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA -- With the largest number of Native American voters, residents were stunned to see that their efforts to make North Rapid into one voting district fell on deaf ears at a South Dakota Legislative Redistricting meeting....

 

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