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Articles from the November 23, 2011 edition

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Ramona Bailey

Ramona Lynn Bailey, 62 of Maple Ridge Township, MN died Monday, November 21, 2011 at her home. Memorial Services will be at 1:00 pm Saturday, November 26, 2011 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Red Lake, MN with Fr. Jerry Rogers officiating. Visitation will be from 11-1pm prior to the service at the church on Saturday. The...

 

Charlie Grace Martin

Charlie Grace Martin, was born and died, Friday, November 18, 2011 at the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center. Funeral Services will be 11:00 AM, Saturday, November 26, 2011 at the Little Rock Community Center, Red Lake, MN. Interment will be in the Martin Family Cemetery, Red Lake, MN. Arrangements were entrusted to the Olson-Schwartz Funeral Home, Bemidji, MN. She is survived by...

 

George Ernest Earth Jr.

George Ernest Earth Jr., 51, of Cass Lake, MN, a descendant of Chief Round Earth –“Wa Ahy Ka Meg” of the wolf clan, died Saturday, November 19, 2011 at his home in Cass Lake, MN. Funeral Services will be 1:00 pm Friday, November 25, 2011 at the Cass Lake Facility Center in Cass Lake, MN with Rev. George Ross officiating. A wake will begin at 5:00pm, Wednesday, November...

 
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RLHS Academic Recognition Ceremony - Wed., Nov. 23 - 2:30 PM

All parents/guardians of the RLHS students who earned A, B Honor Roll and who passed all classes are invited to attend a honor recognition Wednesday November 23, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. in the cafeteria starting with an ice cream social. All RLHS parents/guardians, students and staff are invited to attend a presentation and honor song in the gym at 2:55 p.m. We had 3 female students...

 

Minnesta shutdown costs put at nearly $60 million

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota budget officials said Tuesday that a 20-day government shutdown in July cost the state nearly $60 million but saved it about $65 million in salaries that weren't paid to state employees....

 

Bemidji Lumberjacks KO Mankato West 45-26 at the Metrodome - P8

On to the Prep Bowl: Fans raise Metrodome roof as Jacks reach state title game Story: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/event/article/id/100033551/...

 

Bemidji Lumberjacks KO Mankato West 45-26 at the Metrodome - P9

On to the Prep Bowl: Fans raise Metrodome roof as Jacks reach state title game Story: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/event/article/id/100033551/...

 

Bemidji Lumberjacks KO Mankato West 45-26 at the Metrodome - P10

On to the Prep Bowl: Fans raise Metrodome roof as Jacks reach state title game Story: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/event/article/id/100033551/...

 

Bemidji Lumberjacks KO Mankato West 45-26 at the Metrodome - P11

On to the Prep Bowl: Fans raise Metrodome roof as Jacks reach state title game Story: http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/event/article/id/100033551/...

 

Caller ID is becoming fake ID

Caller ID has been celebrated as a defense against unwelcome phone pitches. But it is backfiring. Telemarketers increasingly are disguising their real identities and phone numbers to provoke people to pick up the phone. "Humane Soc." may not be the Humane Society. And think the IRS is on the line? Think again....

 
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Mazopiya to hold 'Taste of the Holidays'

Mazopiya, a natural food market in Prior Lake operated by the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, will present "Taste of the Holidays" from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dec. 3. The event will feature cooking demonstrations, prize drawings and food sampling, from apple cider and gingersnap cookies to holiday fruits and vegan chocolate cake with peppermint icing. Red Lake Nation Foods...

 

Vancouver police managers failed to take ownership of missing women issue, inquiry told

VANCOUVER -- Senior management of the Vancouver police department failed to take ownership of the missing women investigation and failed to provide adequate resources, the Missing Women inquiry heard today. Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Vancouver+police+managers+failed+take+ownership+missing+women+issue+inquiry+told/5744872/story.html#ixzz1eWpI...

 

NY Court: Cigarette Tax Law Harms Indian Economy, but Regulation is Lawful

In a case brought by the Seneca Nation of Indians, a New York appellate court has ruled that the negative economic impact to Indian reservations from the state’s cigarette tax law is caused by the law itself and not by the regulations adopted to control the law and, therefore, the regulations were correctly adopted. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedia...

 

Obama to hold third Native American conference

WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama will address Native American leaders Dec. 2 as they gather for a White House sponsored tribal nations conference at the Interior Department. It will be Obama's third conference with American Indians. Obama first met with tribal leaders in November of 2009. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2...

 

New law aims to reveal salaries of First Nations chiefs, band councillors

OTTAWA — Hundreds of First Nations across Canada will have to make public the salaries of their chiefs and band councillors under new legislation expected Wednesday from the federal government....

 

Native Americans sue Wash. state for sending them to mission schools where they claim abuse

SEATTLE — Eight Native Americans filed suit Tuesday against the Washington Department of Social and Health Services, claiming the agency placed them in a mission boarding school where they say they were sexually abused by a Jesuit priest decades ago....

 

First Thanksgiving an idyllic myth, Native Americans say

Remember what you learned in kindergarten about that first Thanksgiving? How it was a 17th-century festival of brotherhood in which the Pilgrims sat down with the Indians to feast on turkey and pumpkin pie before joining hands to sing "Kumbaya?"...

 

Thanksgiving: It Could Have Started Here

The Pilgrims could have celebrated the first Thanksgiving with the local Native Americans here in New York instead of Massachusetts -- if it hadn’t been for some stormy weather and bad navigation....

 

The Wampanoag Side of the First Thanksgiving Story

Too often the story of the 1621 Thanksgiving is told from the Pilgrims’ point of view, and when the Wampanoag, who partook in this feast too, are included, it is usually in a brief or distorted way. In search of the Native American perspective, we looked to Plymouth, where the official first Thanksgiving took place and where today the Wampanoag side of the story can be...

 

Manitoba First Nation wants more Mounties on reserve

Leaders on Long Plain First Nation are calling for more policing to help contain drug and alcohol-fueled violence in the community....

 

Dakota County carefully builds trail through American Indian past

Among the steep terrain and calm waters of Spring Lake, a planned park trail in rural Dakota County will soon give bicyclists and walkers an entryway into lost lands....

 

Engaging Dads: Recognizing the Sacredness of Fatherhood

Albert Pooley, Hopi, wants to restore traditional, cultural American Indian family values. So he has established a successful non-profit organization that has become a driving force in reuniting and reengaging Native fathers with their children. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2011/11/22/engaging-dads-recognizing-the-sacredness-of-fatherhood-63965...

 

Navajo Jacoby Ellsbury Finishes 2nd in American League MVP Contest

BOSTON - Red Sox centerfielder Jacoby Ellsbury finished second in the overall voting for baseball's Most Valuable Player in American League. Jacoby is the first Navajo baseball player to reach Major League Baseball....

 

Pembroke police search for missing teenager

PEMBROKE -- Police in Pembroke are looking for an autistic teenager who hasn't been seen since November 13th. Police Chief Dwayne Hunt said Adrianna Chavis is a 19-year-old Native American girl who stands about 5 feet tall and weighs about 135 pounds. A family member spoke with her November 12th, when she said she was at the beach with a friend. It is not known which beach she...

 

Lloyd Jury Gets Lesson in Drug Sales and Firearms

The homicide trial continued Monday in the death of 17-year-old Christopher Carioscia, an El Capitan High School student whose body was found last year on the Barona Indian Reservation....

 

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