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Articles from the November 18, 2011 edition

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Gerald "Jerry" Jones

Gerald “Jerry” Jones, 75, of Redby, MN, died Thursday, November 17, 2011 at the Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center, Red Lake, MN. There will be no services held at this time. Arrangements were entrusted to the Olson-Schwartz Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Bemidji, MN. Gerald Martin Jones was born June 2, 1936 in Red...

 

Out and About in Red Lake - P5

Out and About in Red Lake - P5...

 

Out and About in Red Lake - P6

Out and About in Red Lake - P6...

 

Out and About in Red Lake - P7

Out and About in Red Lake - P7...

 

Out and About in Red Lake - P8

Out and About in Red Lake - P8...

 

Medical Support Assistant GS-0679-4/5 - Red Lake Hospital

Job Title:Medical Support Assistant GS-0679-4/5 (RL2627) (ESEP/MP) Department:Department Of Health And Human Services Agency:Indian Health Service Job Announcement Number:IHS-12-BJ-564197-ESEP/MP SALARY RANGE: $27,990.00 to $40,706.00 / Per Year OPEN PERIOD: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 to Wednesday, November 30, 2011 SERIES & GRADE: GS-0679-04/05 POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time...

 

Medical Technologist GS-0644-7/9 - Red Lake Hospital

Job Title:Medical Technologist GS-0644-7/9 (RL9834)(ESEP/MP) Department:Department Of Health And Human Services Agency:Indian Health Service Job Announcement Number:IHS-12-BJ-564537-ESEP/MP SALARY RANGE: $41,910.00 to $62,338.00 / Per Year OPEN PERIOD: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 to Thursday, December 01, 2011 SERIES & GRADE: GS-0644-07/09 POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time -...

 

Medical Technologist GS-0644-7/9 - Red Lake Hospital

Job Title:Medical Technologist GS-0644-7/9 (RL9834)(DEU) Department:Department Of Health And Human Services Agency:Indian Health Service Job Announcement Number:IHS-12-BJ-564615-DEU SALARY RANGE: $41,910.00 to $62,338.00 / Per Year OPEN PERIOD: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 to Thursday, December 01, 2011 SERIES & GRADE: GS-0644-07/09 POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time - Permanent...

 

2 Redby men plead guilty in fatal shooting

Two men from Redby have pleaded guilty in a shooting that left one man dead and two wounded on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota. Donald Leigh Clark Jr., 23, pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of discharging a firearm during a crime of violence. Cruze Anthony White, also 23, pleaded guilty to one count of voluntary manslaughter for aiding Clark....

 

R2AC Awards Anishinaabe Arts Initiative Grants

The Region 2 Arts Council (R2AC) awarded $3,750 through the Anishinaabe Arts Initiative (AAI) Program. Monies awarded are for arts activities related to its mission of supporting, maintaining, and promoting traditional and contemporary Native American arts in North Central Minnesota. The Anishinaabe Arts Initiative grants program is supported by a grant from the McKnight...

 

Census: Minn. child poverty rate hits 15 percent

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Fifteen percent of Minnesota children, or about 190,000 of them, were living in poverty last year, an increase of about 18,000 from 2009, according to a new report from the U.S. Census Bureau....

 

Local is hired as tribal VSO

Redwood Falls, Minn. — Native Americans have a high rate of individuals who serve in the military. According to Jim Miller, tribal veterans service officer supervisor for the Minnesota Department of Veter-ans Affairs, more than 25 percent of Native Americans serve....

 

US Congress Deals Major Setback to Tribal Justice Programs

Washington, DC -- The US Congress has leveled a major setback to Indian tribes in need of critical resources to combat the highest crime rates in the country. A decision by Congress to cut over $90 million from proposed funding for essential Department of Justice measures in Indian Country leaves tribal law enforcement and federal personnel with far too few resources to fight...

 
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Winter Coat Drive at Red Lake Family & Children Services

Winter Coat Drive Red Lake Family & Children Services is collecting new or gently used winter coats for children in care. All sizes are greatly appreciated Coats can be dropped off at: Red Lake Family & Children Services office Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm...

 

EDITORIAL: No role for Congress

The process of determining who is a legitimate member of an Indian nation is inherently an emotional one, and never more so than when tribes are expelling members, as has been happening quite a bit of late locally. Read more: http://www.nctimes.com/news/opinion/editorial/editorial-no-role-for-congress/article_3403b002-c14d-5314-bf31-f6327357a2c7.html#ixzz1e3...

 

Manitoba First Nations use cheap smokes as weapon in land dispute

A trio of Manitoba First Nations are hoping to settle a century-old land dispute by pressuring Ottawa without blockades or other messy confrontations with non-native populations....

 

Ottawa gives struggling Manitoba first nations a $5.5-million boost

The Conservative government is taking steps to get running water into the homes in first-nations communities in northern Manitoba where thousands of people are living in what has been described as third-world conditions....

 

Aboriginal Affairs Minister launches probe into Blackstock ’spying’ affair

OTTAWA–The deputy minister of Aboriginal Affairs is investigating whether department officials broke privacy rules in their surveillance of First Nations child advocate Cindy Blackstock....

 

Illinois is being sued for Violations of The Indian Child Welfare Act

The State of Illinois is being sued for Violations of The Indian Child Welfare Act. The State of Illinois is being sued in The Cherokee Nation Tribal Court, Tahlequah, OK, for violations of The Indian Child Welfare Act, involving two members of its tribe....

 

Native American Center presents new perspective on Thanksgiving

Today, the Purdue Native American Educational and Cultural Center will be hosting a program about the Native American view of the first Thanksgiving....

 

How cold was it? Canoe freezes into lake

WATERHEN LAKE, Saskatchewan, Nov. 17 (UPI) -- A man on a Canadian Indian reservation was successfully rescued in northern Saskatchewan when his canoe was frozen into ice, rescuers said. Read more: http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2011/11/17/How-cold-was-it-Canoe-freezes-into-lake/UPI-88111321542315/#ixzz1e3s0h7Kn...

 

Athens student faces expulsion over alleged sex assault at school

ATHENS -- An Athens High School student is facing expulsion and possible criminal charges after an alleged sexual assault of a fellow student last week at Athens Middle School....

 

Onondaga Nation women sentenced for her part in marijuana conspiracy

Syracuse, NY -- A Onondaga Indian Nation woman was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Syracuse to 41 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to conspiring bring marijuana in 2008 onto the Onondaga Nation and distributing it to others....

 

Trial begins in Lakeside teen's slaying

EL CAJON — A jury began hearing evidence Tuesday in the trial of Stanley Virgil Lloyd Jr., who is charged with the murder of a Lakeside teenager more than a year ago....

 

Tribal Leaders Discusses Uptick In Suicides

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- The suicide rate on tribal lands is higher than the overall U.S. suicide rate. Suicide is hitting the American Indian youth especially hard, so tribal leaders met Thursday to find a way stop the epidemic. Read more: http://www.koat.com/news/29797988/detail.html#ixzz1e47TUn7Q...

 

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