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Teen Health Fair held at Red Lake High School - P13

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 - P29

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P29...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P30

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P30...

 

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P31

Red Lake Halloween Activities 2011 - P31...

 
 By WG    Opinion    November 10, 2011

And then it is Winter...

You know.. . . time has a way of moving quickly and catching you unaware of the passing years. It seems just yesterday that I was young, just married and embarking on my new life with my mate. And yet in a way, it seems like eons ago, and I wonder where all the years went. I know that I lived them all... And I have glimpses of how it was back then and of all my hopes and...

 
 Events   

RLES Parent Teacher Conferences - Thur. Nov. 10th - 12 Noon - 6:30 PM

RLES Parent Teacher Conferences - Thur. Nov. 10th - 12 Noon - 6:30 PM...

 

2012 MBA Scholarship Program

The Minnesota Benefit Association has sponsored an annual scholarship program for almost 50 years. During that time, 273 scholarships have been awarded to MBA members and their families. We are proud to continue this program as one of MBA’s many benefits. We want to enable students from communities in every part of Minnesota to continue their education beyond high school. Sch...

 
 Events   

Memorial Dinner for Roberta Mary McKenzie

Memorial Dinner for Roberta Mary McKenzie 11/28/28-11/11/10 To be held at the Red Lake Center on Nov. 11, 2011 at 2 PM. All Family & Friends are welcome....

 
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Defeating Voter Supression Efforts in Minnesota - What We All Need to Know

Defeating Voter Supression Efforts in Minnesota - What We All Need to Know Thursday, Nov. 10 - American Indian Resource Center in Bemidji - 6 PM - 8 PM...

 

USDA Celebrates Veterans Day, Honors More Than 10,000 Veterans Working At USDA

WASHINGTON, November 8, 2011 – In the time-honored tradition of standing with those who have served this nation in uniform, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is hosting a number of activities this week to recognize the soldiers, sailors, Marines, airmen and coastguardsmen who so ably serve. Their selfless and courageous contributions over generations mean that Americans...

 

9 in 10 teens say they've seen cyberbullying

There's something about the Internet that can bring out meanness in teenagers. That is one finding of a study released Wednesday that reports that nine in 10 teenagers say they have witnessed cruelty by their peers on social networks....

 

Residential schools fit definition of genocide

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn Atleo says residential schools meet the definition of genocide. At the opening of the AFN’s health forum, the national chief spoke about the collective indigenous experience of residential schools....

 

Riders raise awareness of neglected elders

A lot of people assume it would be depressing to work in a nursing home. But it's not the declining elders who depress Ken White, a physical therapy aide at Navajoland Nursing Home in Chinle....

 

Housing crisis plagues Northern Ontario reserve

The Attawapiskat First Nation in northeastern Ontario says its housing shortage has turned into a crisis. In the isolated James Bay community of Attawapiskat, houses are so overcrowded that some families are living in shacks and tent frames. As the temperature drops, the community is calling for help....

 

Pine Ridge safety officials seek tougher reservation DUI punishment

Wilma Thin Elk’s 13-year-old daughter was killed by a drunk driver in 1977. “It’s been what — about 34 years? But I have never forgotten her, not a day that goes by,” Thin Elk said. “And I’m going to carry this on till the day I die.” Read more: http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/pine-ridge-safety-officials-seek-tougher-reservation-dui-punishme...

 

Rapid City, South Dakota: The KKK Connection

It has long been known throughout every corner of so-called “Indian Country” that Rapid City, South Dakota, out of any other town or city, is the most racist place in America as far as the American Indian is concerned – it has always been that way, and given a wide range of social indicators, it will always remain that way. About a week ago, I came across this article in...

 

First Nations to pay $3-million legal bill despite victory

Five first nations on the west coast of Vancouver Island are on the hook to pay a whopping $3-million-plus legal bill, even though they won their court case involving aboriginal fishing rights....

 

Cable cos. to offer $9.95 broadband for poor homes

NEW YORK (AP) — Cable companies said Wednesday that they will offer Internet service for $9.95 per month to homes with children that are eligible for free school lunches....

 

RCMP bungled investigation, Pickton inquiry told

The RCMP failed to share important information about Robert Pickton with their counterparts in Vancouver, were quick to dismiss credible informants and botched an interview with the serial killer, a senior officer with the Vancouver police told a public inquiry Wednesday....

 

Guilty plea in beating death of aboriginal artist

He moved out of Winnipeg to escape the cycle of violence -- only to be beaten to death on his home reserve....

 

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