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Articles from the November 15, 2011 edition

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John Henry Barrett

John Henry Barrett (“Red Cloud” Miskwaanakwad), 86 of Red Lake died Sunday, November 13, 2011 at Red Lake Hospital. Funeral Services will be 1:00 pm Friday, November 18, 2011 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Red Lake, MN with Fr. Jerry Rogers officiating. A wake will begin at 1:00 pm, Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at...

 
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RLHS Feast and Activities - We give thanks to the men and women Warriors

RLHS Parents and Community are invited to attend: Wii-miigwechiwendaan Ogichidaag/Ogichidaakwag (We give thanks to the men and women Warriors) Feast and Activities November 17,2011 5:30-7:00pm Red Lake High School Cafeteria Food, Math Activities, Prizes...

 

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P5

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P5...

 

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P6

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P6...

 

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P7

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P7...

 

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P8

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P8...

 
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RED LAKE CHEMICAL HEALTH PROGRAMS BIG BUCK CONTEST 2011

RED LAKE CHEMICAL HEALTH PROGRAMS BIG BUCK CONTEST 2011 - NOVEMBER 5th-18th Register @ Alcohol Rehab (blue building by the lake) $20.00 to register, $20.00 extra for each deer after final registration. HEAVIEST BUCK WINS!! PLACES 1st ALL ENTRY FEE MONEY 2nd $400 3rd $300 4th $200 5th $100 FIELD DRESSED - (HEART &LUNGS REMOVED)...

 
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MOBILE FOOD DISTRIBUTION - Tuesday Nov., 15, 2011 - 11:00 am. Until Food is Gone

MOBILE FOOD DISTRIBUTION WHEN: Tuesday November 15, 2011 11:00 am. Until Food is Gone WHERE: Red Lake Center in Red Lake  Everyone who needs food qualifies to receive food.  Must be present to receive food.  One Visit per Household.  Bring your own boxes and baskets to carry food.  Registration begins at 11:00...

 
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Mazopiya to Hold Taste of the Holidays

Prior Lake, MN – What do the holidays taste like to you? At Mazopiya, they taste like mulled apple cider, Ginger snap cookie smoothie, Vegan Chocolate Cake with Peppermint Icing, baked squash, holiday fruit (pomegranates, figs, grapes, citrus), Gorgonzola Cheese Ball, and Smoked Salmon Cream Cheese Spread. Mazopiya, a natural food market located in Prior Lake will hold an...

 
 By Tom Loo    Features    November 15, 2011

American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month: November 2011

The first American Indian Day was celebrated in May 1916 in New York. Red Fox James, a Blackfeet Indian, rode horseback from state to state, getting endorsements from 24 state governments, to have a day to honor American Indians. In 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed a joint congressional resolution designating November 1990 as "National American Indian Heritage Month."...

 

Forest Service Chief Tidwell announces future advisory committee for Planning Rule

WASHINGTON, Nov. 14, 2011 – The U.S. Forest Service announced today that it will form an advisory committee that will provide advice and recommendations to the Secretary of Agriculture on the implementation of the new Planning Rule set for finalization this winter. The Federal Advisory Committee – which could be formed early next year – will advise the Secretary on how...

 
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Arts and Community Organizing Workshop

Sunday, November 20th, 3:00pm Pangea World Theater, 711 W. Lake St. (inside Calhoun Bldg.) Hyphe-NATIONS presents their final community workshop in a series of four. Participants will join a lively and creative discussion around ways to use the visual and performing arts as strategies to advance the struggle for social justice. Participants will discuss challenges, successes,...

 

SEX OFFENDER BACK IN CUSTODY

A level 3 sex offender who walked away from a supervised release program is back in custody today. Clarence Robinson, 39, was taken into custody at 3 a.m. Sunday morning when Minneapolis police responded to a break-in at Anwatin Middle School. At the time of his arrest, Robinson was in possession of burglary tools, a bag of food items and a bicycle that had apparently been...

 

Recall effort against Wis. Gov. Walker begins

MADISON, Wis. - The clock is ticking for opponents of Republican Gov. Scott Walker hoping to force a recall election next year spurred by anger over his proposal effectively ending collective bargaining rights for most public workers....

 

Old Fort Snelling buildings to house homeless vets

Century-old buildings at Fort Snelling that sit vacant or are used for storage will be rehabbed into housing for homeless vets under a program announced Monday by the Department of Veterans Affairs....

 

Ousted tribal members want Congress to help

Ousted members of the Pala Band of Mission Indians in North County say they want the federal government to give them greater protections from being removed from tribal membership rolls. Read more: http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/sdcounty/region-ousted-tribal-members-want-congress-to-help/article_d0e1f51a-7f82-51e9-89f8-b5d7d932f1a6.html#ixzz1dmTZ9HlB...

 

Smoke alarm: No noticeable decrease in American Indian smoking

FARMINGTON — Smokers across the country are kicking the habit. But in Indian country in New Mexico, health officials are not finding any evidence of a decrease in adult smoking rates. And with one in four adults estimated to be current smokers, American Indians have one of the highest smoking rates in the state for the first time in the state's history....

 

Many Diné not aware of sales tax exemption

T housands of Navajos living in New Mexico are paying taxes that they don't have to pay, and Theresa Becenti-Aguilar said she has made it her mission to tell them their rights....

 

Thunder Valley tribe recall fails, but election looms

A recall of the five members of the United Auburn Indian Community tribal council failed Friday, but the sitting tribal council will stand for election next month....

 

Feds aim to remove bootleg booze from Navajo Reservation

ALBUQUERQUE — A tribal officer walking around the two-bedroom home in Many Farms on the Navajo Nation spotted 12 boxes of malt liquor stacked in the closet. Around the corner in the living room, there were three empty boxes....

 

Adoption by non-Indians killed my spirit

With the recent efforts to repeal and rescind the statute of limitations for childhood sexual abuse in South Dakota – and National Public Radio’s broadcast about Native families torn apart by the foster care/adoption system, I felt compelled to write about my own story....

 

Native Survivors Of Foster Care Return Home

Dwayne Stenstrom is a professor of American history. His office is lined with towers of obscure books and poetry on the walls. There's even a copy of the Declaration of Independence in a binder....

 

8-month-old drowns in Kingman: No decision yet on charges

KINGMAN - The Mohave County Attorney's Office is reviewing the case of a baby who drowned while in the care of a foster parent to determine if the death merits criminal negligence charges....

 

Haka dancers plan to file lawsuit against Roosevelt police

MURRAY — Polynesian dancers who say they were unlawfully pepper-sprayed and beaten with police batons after a football game last month plan to file a lawsuit against the Roosevelt Police Department....

 

Band office fire investigation underway

A fire that broke out Monday morning at the RCMP detachment and band office for the Montreal Lake First Nation in northern Saskatchewan has been extinguished....

 

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