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Articles from the November 27, 2012 edition

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Back in Time - 2005 - P71

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Back in Time - 2005 - P72

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Back in Time - 2005 - P73

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Back in Time - 2005 - P74

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Back in Time - 2005 - P75

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Back in Time - 2005 - P76

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Back in Time - 2005 - P77

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Back in Time - 2005 - P78

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Fiscal cliff warning sends stock market lower

Traders came back to work on Monday after the Thanksgiving weekend to the same old worries about the fiscal cliff and the European debt crisis....

 

7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach - Red Lake Schools

The Red Lake School District #38 is seeking candidates to fill a vacant 7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach position. To apply, complete a District employment application and submit with a cover letter and resume to: Willie Larson, Business Manager, Red Lake Schools #38,...

 

Salazar Announces Final Steps on Cobell Litigation and Implementation of Settlement

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today lauded the final approval of the Cobell settlement and outlined steps that Interior will take to help implement the historic $3.4 billion settlement. The settlement resolves a long-running class action lawsuit regarding the U.S. government's trust...

 

Janna Desjarlait and Robert Kingbird Thank You

Makoons Manidoo Gwiiwisen Kingbird and his parents, Janna Desjarlait and Robert David Kingbird would like to thank the Ponemah Veterans Pow wow committee for allowing the family to have a blanket dance. To the people that show their support by joining the family and donating what they can. Young Kingbird Singers for...

 

As End Nears, Cancer Patient Struggles With Cost of Long Term Care

ALBANY, Calif. – The long and hard-fought battle Eileen Hadidian has been waging against bone cancer for more than 10 years seems to be drawing to a close. Doctors earlier this month said she is probably just a few days, or maybe even just a few hours, away from death. When that happens, the 64-year-old Lebanese...

 

Burning permits no longer needed except within the City of Bemidji

Burning permits are no longer needed due to the 4 plus inches of snow received over this past weekend. According to the Minnesota DNR, burning permits are not required when there is 3 inches or greater of snow cover around the burn site, as is the case across the Bemidji Area. No permits are required in South...

 

Study: Education Extends Longevity—Except for Black Males

SAN DIEGO--The human longevity bonanza that gives newborns today three decades more of life expectancy than they would have had a century ago appears to have no real stopping point. Now researchers are trying to determine how U.S. society should change to accommodate so...

 

Researchers Challenge ‘Idea of Intelligence’ in the Classroom

For low-income and minority middle school students across America the message is, all too often, “you can’t.” It’s reinforced in the classroom, in the media, among peers, and it’s also the message from education statistics: high school dropout rates are...

 

Security Guard positions (2) - Red Lake Schools

The Red Lake School District #38 is seeking candidates to fill two (2) vacant Security Guard positions. Terms of Employment: Wages and benefits per MSEA Master Agreement Assignment: To be determined Minimum Education and/or Experience Required  Education: High...

 

PSY performs on American Music Awards, and racist haters come out on Twitter

PSY, the Korean pop sensation whose viral hit video, “Gangnam Style,” has been viewed alomst 800 million times on YouTube (that’s the official video, never mind the countless other users’ uploads and all the spoofs and tributes), closed out the American Music...

 
 Events   

Regular School Board Meeting - Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 - 2 PM - RLHS Culture Room

Regular School Board Meeting - Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 - 2 PM - RLHS Culture Room...

 

The Shocking Details of a Mississippi School-to-Prison Pipeline

Cedrico Green can’t exactly remember how many times he went back and forth to juvenile. When asked to venture a guess he says, “Maybe 30.” He was put on probation by a youth court judge for getting into a fight when he was in eighth grade. Thereafter, any of...

 

USDA official to host virtual office hours on conservation achievements, importance of reconnecting with Great Outdoors

WASHINGTON, Nov. 26, 2012 – This Thursday, Nov. 29, USDA Senior Advisor to the Secretary for Environment and Climate Change Robert Bonnie will host a live Virtual Office Hours session on Twitter to answer your questions about USDA’s record conservation achievements and efforts to reconnect Americans to the great...

 

The Red Lake Nation Newspaper New Online Version

The Red Lake Nation Newspaper New Online Version - November 21, 2012 Edition...

 

State appeals court upholds drug conviction

BEMIDJI – The Minnesota Court of Appeals Monday affirmed the conviction of a man who claimed a police informant enticed him with sex in order to buy drugs....

 

Minnesota tax hike not a sure thing as DFL takes reigns

ST. PAUL, Minn. — A major overhaul of state tax policy could be in the works next year when the newly elected DFL Legislature arrives at the Capitol....

 

Minnesota educators push to end high-stakes math exam

With nearly a third of high school students at risk of failing Minnesota's high-stakes exit exam for math, some educators say it's time the state dropped the requirement....

 

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