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Red Lake Nation Members County Commissioner Race - VIDEO

In case you missed the story on another "Red Lake First" on Lakeland News. Tim Sumner and Quentin Fairbanks may be the first time in state history that two Native Americans vied for a non-tribal office. Tim, according to County Administrator Kay Mack, is also the youngest person to be elected to the county board at age...

 

President Obama Announces 2012 White House Tribal Nations Conference

WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, December 5, President Obama will host the White House Tribal Nations Conference at the Department of the Interior. The conference will provide leaders from the 566 federally recognized tribes the opportunity to interact directly with the President and representatives from the highest levels of his Administration. Each federally recognized tribe...

 

Black Friday Not Just for Retailers

This Black Friday the Minnesota History Center opens at 6 a.m. with deals and doorbusters that would make Paul Bunyan proud. Early birds will be wowed with free gifts, donuts and coffee, memberships and more--plus free admission from 6-9 a.m. to the opening of "Then Now Wow," the largest Minnesota history exhibit ever. Visit...

 

Koreans Drink Most Top Range Whisky in the World

Korea consumed more top-range whisky aged 17 years or over than any other country in the world last year, according to a survey. Korea topped the list with 698,000 cases (9 liters per case) of super-premium whisky, according to the survey by the U.K.'s International Wine and Spirit Research. It has ranked top for 11 consecutive years. The U.S. was a distant second with 478,000...

 

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Meatloaf Dinner - Friday, Nov. 16, 2012 - Red Lake Family & Children Services

Meatloaf Dinner - Friday, Nov. 16, 2012 - Red Lake Family & Children Services - 10 AM until gone $6.00 Meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, vegetables, bread and cake. Call 679-2122 to place orders All proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards purchasing gifts for kids for Christmas....

 

Five accidents, no injuries Thursday

BEMIDJI — Although the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene of five accidents Thursday due to early-morning icy roads, only very minor injuries occurred, Beltrami County Sheriff Phil Hodapp said in a telephone interview....

 

Bakk names committee leaders for Minnesota Senate

ST. PAUL — Incoming Minnesota Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk has announced who will lead committees for the next four years. Rod Skoe of Clearbrook, representing District 2, has been appointed chairman of the Tax Committee. Tom Saxhaug of Grand Rapids, representing District 5, will chair the State Departments and Veterans Affairs Finance committees. Democrats will regain...

 

Pete Bender

Pete Bender, age 57, of Summit, South Dakota Journeyed to the Spirit World suddenly on Tuesday, November 13th, 2012 at The Milbank Area Hospital. He was born on March 4, 1955 in Sisseton, South Dakota to Ramona Verena (Greeley) Bender and Peter R. Bender Sr. Pete attended grade school in Wilmot, South Dakota and high school in...

 
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ARLENE BROWN MEMORIAL DINNER

MEMORIAL DINNER FOR ARLENE BROWN ON SATURDAY, NOV. 17, 2012 STARTING AT 1PM EVERYBODY IS WELCOME...

 
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Survivors of Suicide Day Healing Conference

Survivors of Suicide Day Healing Conference What: Bemidji is among more than 300 cities participating in the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s International Survivors of Suicide Day. The broadcasted program features a panel of individuals who have lost a loved one to suicide and mental health experts. The Day allows those who have are bereaved after a suicide loss...

 

Red Lake Department of Public Safety Accepting Applications for Community Patrol Program

The Red Lake Department of Public Safety is now accepting applications from members of the community to be involved in the Community Patrol Program. Participants will receive training in radio and law enforcement operations, community patrol techniques and will be certified as community patrol officers for communities in Red...

 

Job fair attracts employers, job seekers

BEMIDJI – Hundreds of job-seekers filled the George W. Neilson Convention Center at the Sanford Center Thursday night for the Bemidji Regional Job Fair....

 

For Mnnesota taxpayers, a double fiscal cliff looms

WASHINGTON - As lawmakers seek an elusive deal to avert the federal government's fiscal cliff, some taxpayers in Minnesota and other states could face another bump at the bottom of the cliff: a bigger state tax bill....

 

Coon Rapids police probe student cyber-bullying

Coon Rapids police are investigating an ongoing conflict between female middle-school students that moved to social media and included an anonymous Facebook suggestion that some of them kill themselves....

 

Winter may bring a brrrrrr

Minnesotans might need a few more logs on the fire this winter. Below-normal temperatures are likely for the state for December, January and February, the national Climate Prediction Center (CPC) indicated Thursday in its outlook for "meteorological" winter. And while the outlook is noncommittal on precipitation, officials indicated winter might bring some drought relief to...

 

Editorial: Seeking new ways to fund our schools

A majority of the Minnesota school districts that asked voters for money last week were successful. About three-quarters of the districts that put operating levies, bond issues or capital projects on the ballot received some or all of what they requested....

 

National Book Award winners credit Twin Cities’ rich culture

The joke is that there's something in the lake water, or that the long winters are responsible. But Wednesday night, when two Minneapolis authors won 50 percent of the prestigious National Book Awards, the rest of the country became aware of something that people here already knew: This is one heck of a book town....

 

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