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Articles from the November 19, 2012 edition

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Michelle Mae “Mushy” Spears

Michelle Mae “Mushy” Spears, whose Ojibwe name is Onaagoshinoog Ikwe” which means “Evening Star Woman”, 44, of Red Lake, MN died Saturday, November 17, 2012 at Sanford Fargo Medical Center. Funeral Services will be 1:00 pm Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at the St. Mary’s Mission Catholic Church in Red Lake with Father...

 

Mary Jane Wilson Medrano

Mary Jane "MJ" Wilson Medrano, "MAKOONZ EQUAY", which means "Little Bear", 75 years young, of Minneapolis passed away on Wednesday, November 14, 2012. She was born the daughter of Edward and Irene (Wilson) Bellanger on October 28, 1937 in Cass Lake, MN. Mary was a co-founder of the American Indian Movement of which she was...

 

Maxine Ann (Stimmler) Spears

Maxine Ann Spears, 70, of Walker, MN passed away on Saturday, November 17, 2012 at her home in Walker with her family by her side. She was born on February 11, 1942 in Corcoran, Minnesota the daughter of Max and Dora (Fischer) Stimmler. She grew up in Elk River and was a 1960 graduate from Elk River High School. Maxine met and...

 
 By Monte Draper    News    November 19, 2012

Students attend Courage Retreat

Youth volunteer McKayla Beaulieu, right, interacts with a group of seventh-grade Gamma Pod students during a small group break-out session Friday morning at the 10th annual Courage Retreat with three members of Youth Frontiers at Calvary Lutheran Church....

 

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Interest groups lining up with funding wish lists for 2013 legislative session

St. PauL, Minn. — As Democrats prepare to take control of the Minnesota Legislature, interest groups have started lining up with funding wish lists for the 2013 session....

 

Substance abuse is focus of agencies

Substance abuse and addiction inflict a devastating human and financial toll on Minnesota. At the Departments of Health, Public Safety and Human Services, we are confronted daily with the illness, crime and damage to families that too often follow drug and alcohol abuse, and the staggering public costs that result....

 

Area leaders meet with local lawmakers to discuss needs

BEMIDJI – Area business, education and government leaders met Friday morning to discuss their priorities for the upcoming legislative session. The people in the group welcomed their new senator, DFLer Tom Saxhaug. He defeated former Sen. John Carlson, R-Bemidji, in last week’s election after the two incumbents were pitted against each other due to redistricting. Rep. John...

 

Area students complete STAR training

BEMIDJI – Several area students recently completed Students Teaching Attitudes of Respect Team Program training along with their school advisers, sponsored by the Northwest Minnesota Foundation. The STAR training was held at Concordia Language Villages. Those in attendance included: —From Bagley School, Dylan Laferriere, Carly Lewis, Josh Wilson, Hannah Agnes, Marryn...

 

A message from Red Lake Nation Propane

This message is from Red Lake Nation Propane to provide a better understanding of Propane and its characteristics, including how to read a gauge and what it looks like inside of a tank fueled with propane. We would also like to have the cooperation from commercial and residential customers to periodically check the gauge and...

 

Director - Solid Waste Transfer Station - Red Lake Transfer Station

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Director Solid Waste Transfer Station Closing Date: December 14, 2012 Salary: DOQ Primary Function: The Director of the Red Lake Solid Waste Transfer Station is responsible for overseeing the management of the RLSWTS operating facilities on a daily basis. Full-time position with benefits; reporting to the...

 

Fiscal cliff impacts could be widespread

ST. PAUL — Americans could see their federal tax bills increase, in some cases dramatically. People who depend on federal programs may not receive services or funds they expect. Rural doctors could see payments drop. With businesses reluctant to spend money in uncertain times, finding jobs may be harder. The stock market could tumble. A recession may begin...

 

Questions about that ‘fiscal cliff'

ST. PAUL — The “fiscal cliff” is getting more and more attention with a Dec. 31 federal government deadline looming, but Americans seem to have a lot of questions: Just what is the fiscal cliff? The simple answer is that Dec. 31 is the deadline for federal leaders to reach a budget agreement and the time when a variety of tax cuts are scheduled to end. Several tax...

 

Time to End NYPD's Racial Profiling

Time to End NYPD's Racial Profiling New America Media, Op-ed, Linda Sarsour and Marvin Bing In Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) conducts indiscriminate and highly intrusive surveillance of Arab American businesses, mosques, coffee shops, and civic associations. In Brownsville and East New York,...

 
 Events   

Help End Sexual Violence - Next Steps

All are Welcome! This Strategy Session will be to learn about sexual violence in our community, to develop a team of people who will tackle this issue, and to make and implement plans that will PREVENT sexual violence. HELP US GET THE WORD OUT! BRING A FRIEND TO THE TABLE. Friday, November 16 1-4pm Bemidji Public Library More...

 
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LLTC Celebrates Gashkadino-giizis (November) as Native American Heritage Month

Leech Lake Tribal College Celebrates Gashkadino-giizis (November) as Native American Heritage Month 2012. 1– OPEN MIC AFTERNOON Want to share poetry, sing, or play a musical instrument? Maybe you would like to share your ideas, dance, perform, or do whatever? Come and share your talents with the college! You can do just about anything. 12-1pm Cedar Hall Room 204 5 – NATIONH...

 

Teen desire to look 'buff' worries researchers

A surprising number of Twin Cities teens and adolescents are trying to build muscle through exercise, diet and even steroids, according to University of Minnesota researchers, who worry that "buff" has simply replaced "thin" as the body type that kids idolize....

 

Hunters bag 147 wolves as state's first season ends

Almost 150 wolves had been killed by Minnesota hunters as the early portion of Minnesota's first-ever regulated wolf hunt closed Sunday night, the state Department of Natural Resources reported....

 

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