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Articles from the November 14, 2012 edition

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NO SCHOOL AT ALL RED LAKE SCHOOLS TODAY

IT HAS JUST BEEN DECIDED BY THE SCHOOL BOARD AND ADMINISTRATION THAT THERE WILL BE NO SCHOOL AT ALL RED LAKE SCHOOLS TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2012. THIS DAY WILL BE MADE UP ON DECEMBER 21, 2012....

 

Friday Night Mixed Doubles - Week 10 of 31 - 11/09/2012

Friday Night Mixed Doubles - Week 10 of 31 - 11/09/2012 Harley Johnson of Thunderbird Graphics Rolls Perfect 300...

 

The Sad Legacy of Moose Dung and Red Robe

In 1904, the Ojibwe village at Thief River Falls, in northwest Minnesota, was removed to the Red Lake Indian Reservation to the east, much diminished after the tribe’s cession of the land between the reservation and Thief River Falls (known as the eleven western townships—256,152 acres). The Indian cemetery at the village,...

 

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow held in Ponemah P8

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow was held in Ponemah on Nov. 9-11, 2012, and honored all veterans and families of veterans. It took place at the new Ponemah Boys and Girls Club/Community Center with 4 Grand Entries beginning on Friday evening at 7 PM, 1 PM and 7 PM on Saturday, and the finally session at 1 PM on...

 

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow held in Ponemah P10

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow was held in Ponemah on Nov. 9-11, 2012, and honored all veterans and families of veterans. It took place at the new Ponemah Boys and Girls Club/Community Center with 4 Grand Entries beginning on Friday evening at 7 PM, 1 PM and 7 PM on Saturday, and the finally session at 1 PM on...

 

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow held in Ponemah P11

O’BahShiing 14th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow was held in Ponemah on Nov. 9-11, 2012, and honored all veterans and families of veterans. It took place at the new Ponemah Boys and Girls Club/Community Center with 4 Grand Entries beginning on Friday evening at 7 PM, 1 PM and 7 PM on Saturday, and the finally session at 1 PM on...

 

Flu vaccine for the 2012-13 influenza season has arrived!!

Flu vaccine for the 2012-13 influenza season has arrived!! Everyone 6 months of age and older should get a yearly vaccine. Right now, there is very little seasonal flu activity. Flu season usually begins in October and can last through May. Get vaccinated before flu season starts. High risk patients are a great concern for...

 

Halloween in Red Lake P33

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Halloween in Red Lake P34

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Halloween in Red Lake P35

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Halloween in Red Lake P37

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Casino Arizona’s New Bingo Hall Open for Business

SALT RIVER PIMA-MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY, Ariz. (Nov. 13, 2012) Casino Arizona’s impressive new 26,000-square-foot bingo hall made its highly anticipated debut on Nov. 8. The opening was marked with an official ribbon cutting that included Pima-Maricopa tribal officials, members of the Gaming Enterprise Board and casino executives and staff. “After much planning and...

 

Irregularities Cast Pall Over Arpaio Election Win

PHOENIX – After moving to the Phoenix area, the Bustamante family made sure to reregister under their new Maricopa County address. Mom registered as a libertarian, dad as a democrat and the couple’s 18-year-old son as an independent. Come Election Day, the family found their experiences at the polling booth were as...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Loan $13.5 Million to Oglala Sioux Tribe for Nursing Home

Prior Lake, MN – Elders will be able to return home to the reservation for their golden years once a tribal nursing home is completed by the Oglala Sioux Tribe, funded through a loan by the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community. The $13.5 million loan was approved in March 2012 by the SMSC General Council, all the voting members of the tribe, but due diligence and other...

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - November 13, 2012

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS United States Attorney Announces Grants to Support Sexual Assault Response Initiative on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation (U.S. Attorney for the District of Montana) U.S. Attorney Michael W. Cotter, and Dr. Nate St. Pierre, Coordinator of the Rocky Boy’s Children Exposed to Violence Project, announced that the Chippewa Cree tribe was awarded two...

 

Labor heads say Obama backs them on 'fiscal cliff'

WASHINGTON (AP) — Labor leaders said Tuesday that President Barack Obama remains committed to preserving tax cuts for middle class families and ensuring the wealthy pay more in taxes, outlining plans for a public campaign to pressure Republican lawmakers....

 

Most in US won't be able to escape 'fiscal cliff'

WASHINGTON (AP) — Everyone who pays income tax — and some who don't —will feel it....

 

Loren D. Fairbanks

Loren Dale Fairbanks, age 38 of Bemidji, Minnesota journeyed to the Spirit World on Sunday, November 11, 2012. He was born on January 24, 1974 in Redlake the son of Gordon Fairbanks Sr. and Lorna Schoenborn-Fairbanks. Loren loved to laugh and joke around, especially with his coworkers and teammates. He enjoyed playing softball a...

 

Minnesota charities hope for more electronic gaming options

Minnesotans have dropped roughly $2 million on video pulltab games in the past few months, games that are eventually supposed to fund the state's share of the new Minnesota Vikings stadium. But so far, just one game manufacturer and one vendor have been allowed to operate here, a unique situation in state gaming history....

 

Reservation crime soars amid cuts

The federal government has cut the size of its police force in Indian country, reduced funding for law enforcement and begun fewer investigations of violent felony crime even as rates of murder and rape there have increased to more than 20 times the national average, according to data. The data, much of it contained in recently...

 

Minnetonka principal’s plea: 'Cover your butts up'

Dozens of parents and high schools across the metro endorsed a Minnetonka principal's message Tuesday that discourages teen girls from wearing trendy tight-fitting leggings with increasingly shorter tops....

 

Credit for free online classes?

While massive open online courses, or MOOCs, are still in their early days, the race has begun to integrate them into traditional colleges -- both by making them eligible for transfer credits and by putting them to use in introductory and remedial courses....

 

Want to live longer? Better get moving

So, what's it worth to lace up those sneakers and break a sweat for about 30 minutes a day? About 3.5 extra years of life, on average -- and about 4.2 additional years for those willing to step up the intensity or put in closer to an hour a day of brisk walking or its equivalent, according to a new study....

 

Appeal dismissal brings tribes closer to multibillion-dollar federal settlement

WASHINGTON — The last legal challenge to a $3.4 billion government settlement with Native Americans was withdrawn last week, clearing the way for payments to as many as 500,000 tribal members, including about 30,000 Arizonans....

 

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