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Articles from the November 16, 2011 edition

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O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P9

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P9...

 

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P10

O’BahShiing 13th Annual Veterans Pow-Wow - P10...

 

The Max and Jane Lussier Wedding of November 12, 2011

The Max and Jane Lussier Wedding of November 12, 2011 Casisang , Malaybalay City, Bukidnon in the Philippines...

 

The Max and Jane Lussier Wedding of November 12, 2011 - P2

The Max and Jane Lussier Wedding of November 12, 2011 - P2 Casisang , Malaybalay City, Bukidnon in the Philippines...

 

The Max and Jane Lussier Wedding of November 12, 2011 - P3

The Max and Jane Lussier Wedding of November 12, 2011 - P3 Casisang , Malaybalay City, Bukidnon in the Philippines...

 

The Max and Jane Lussier Wedding of November 12, 2011 - P4

The Max and Jane Lussier Wedding of November 12, 2011 - P4 Casisang , Malaybalay City, Bukidnon in the Philippines...

 

21-Year-Old Red Lake Man Plead Guilty in Deadly Accident

A 21-year-old Red Lake man pleaded guilty Tuesday to involuntary manslaughter. Prosecutors say in August 2009, then 18-year-old Kyle Hardy got in a pickup drunk and drove after he had been drinking. He had two juvenile passengers in the open back of his pickup. Prosecutors say his missed a turn on the Red Lake Indian Reservation and went off the road. The two passengers were...

 

Congress pushes back on healthier school lunches

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress wants to keep pizza and french fries on school lunch lines, fighting back against an Obama administration proposal to make school lunches healthier. The final version of a spending bill released late Monday would unravel school lunch standards the Agriculture Department proposed earlier this year, which included limiting the use of potatoes on the...

 
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November 14, 2011 is Minnesota College Application Week

Governor Mark Dayton has proclaimed the week of November 14, 2011 as Minnesota College Application Week, which is to assist high school students with the transition from high school college. The goal is to increase the number of all students completing a college application, with particular interest in increasing the number of college applications from low-income students,...

 

Boy takes photo of suspected marijuana; drug charges filed against mother

The Dakota County Sheriff’s Department has charged Hastings resident Heidi Christine Siebenaler, 40, with one fifth degree count of aiding and abetting drugs for possessing marijuana....

 

Food Service Supervisor - Red Lake Regional Criminal Justice Complex

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Food Service Supervisor Red Lake Regional Criminal Justice Complex Detention Services Red Lake, MN 56671 Open: November 15, 2011 Closes: Friday, December 2nd, 2011 Primary Function: Responsible to the Detention Administrator and the Managers of Detention in oversight and management of culinary responsibilities. This position has supervisory authority, full-...

 
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Red Lake District Indian Education Committee will meet November 16 at Ponemah Elementary School

The Red Lake District Indian Education Committee will meet November 16 at Ponemah Elementary School from 6-8 PM. Parents, guardians and Grandparents of student enrolled in any Red Lake school are welcome to attend. One topic will be and explanation of MCA testing and what it means for your student. Ramona Gehlert RLHS Principal...

 
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Vincent Edward Smith Sr. Memorial Dinner and Give Away

MEMORIAL DINNER and GIVE AWAY 11:00 am, Saturday, November 19, 2011 for VINCENT EDWARD SMITH SR. Family and Friends come and share a meal and memories at the Red Lake Community Center...

 
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IEPAC (Indian Education Parent Advisory Committee) meeting

KELLIHER PUBLIC SCHOOL Independent School District #36 345 4th Street NW, Kelliher, MN 56650 Phone (218) 647-8286 Fax (218) 647-3110 November 8, 2011 Dear Parents/Guardians: There is an IEPAC (Indian Education Parent Advisory Committee) meeting on Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. at the Kelliher School. (this meeting was scheduled the same night of conferences for your...

 
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Give today to NCPTC and you could help us raise thousands

What if you could help us win $1000 just by giving 10 bucks? On November 16, Give to the Max Day, you can. Last year, more than 42,000 donors logged on to GiveMN.org and gave over $10 million to Minnesota charities in 24 hours during Give to the Max Day. Together, we have the power to raise millions of dollars for thousands of nonprofits. The National Child Protection Training...

 
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Mazopiya Offers Free Informational and Cooking Classes

Prior Lake, MN – To encourage healthy eating, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community’s natural food market Mazopiya offers free classes open to the general public. Spaces are limited so register early by calling 952-233-9140. Mazopiya [mah-zoh-pee-ya] focuses on natural as well as locally produced foods. In the Dakota language, Mazopiya means “a store, a place where...

 

Red Lake Program Specialist Position

Red Lake Program Specialist Position Position Summary: Develop and maintain a quality Scouting program located in underserved communities in accordance with the Boy Scouts of America’s Mission Statement. Time Requirement: 3 hours a week with meetings 3-4 times a month. Specific Responsibilities: • Ensure the delivery of quality programs to the Red Lake Cub Scout Pack ...

 

REMARKS AS PREPARED FOR DELIVERY BY ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY GENERAL THOMAS J. PERRELLI AT THE FEDERAL BAR ASSOCIATION’S INDIAN LAW SECTION

WASHINGTON, D.C. In his 1997 Harvard Law Review article entitled “Adjudication and Its Discontents: Coherence and Conciliation in Federal Indian Law,” the late Professor Phil Frickey asked his readers to imagine a world in which the Federal government and an American Indian tribe “viewed each other as sovereigns linked in an ongoing — indeed, perhaps perpetual — relat...

 

USDA Proposes Improvements to Help Deliver Disaster Assistance More Quickly to Producers

WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 2011 – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Bruce Nelson today announced that USDA is accepting comments on a proposed rule to streamline the process for its Secretarial Disaster Designation, allowing farmers and ranchers devastated by natural disaster to obtain assistance faster. The improvements outlined in the...

 

State finds many faults with FBI-run gang task force

In two reports over the past month, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety identified major deficiencies in the oversight and operations of a new FBI-run task force set up to replace the scandal-ridden Metro Gang Strike Force....

 

Facebook is battling widespread spam attack

A widespread spam attack on Facebook has caused violent and pornographic images to be posted on some users' profile pages, representing one of the worst security breaches in the young website's history and raising concerns about its vulnerability to hackers. The company, which acknowledged the problem Monday, said it was working to shut down the accounts responsible for the att...

 
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Charity blitz starts with a click

Minnesota charities will begin working at midnight to cash in on Give to the Max Day, the biggest one-day fundraiser of the year....

 

11 states seek relief from proficiency requirements in No Child Left Behind

WASHINGTON - The Education Department says Tuesday that 11 states have sought a waiver around unpopular proficiency requirements in the No Child Left Behind education law....

 

Susan Allen gets DFL endorsement, could be state's first female American Indian legislator

Susan Allen, an attorney of American Indian descent, has won the DFL endorsment for the open state House District 61B. With that key endorsement and the support of many south Minneapolis politicians, it looks like she's on track to become the first American Indian woman in the state Legislature....

 

Tribe affirms its decision to expel 8 members

The tribal council of the Pala Band of Mission Indians said its decision to expel eight people from the San Diego County tribe was final, but the Bureau of Indian Affairs said it was still reviewing the case. Read more: http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/sdcounty/pala-tribe-affirms-its-decision-to-expel-members/article_906d1315-bd3d-5307-8f52-94c43247f4f9.htm...

 

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