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Articles from the November 30, 2012 edition

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Lady Warriors Roll over Hill City 63-31

HILL CITY - After scoring 30 points in Red Lake's 65-57 win over Warroad on Tuesday night, Averi Holthusen scored 29 points in their Thursday night battle against Hill City, winning 63-31 and going 2-0 on the season. Red Lake led 36-19 at the half and handed the Lady Hornets their second loss of the season. Holthusen led all...

 

Tim Sumner, Beltrami County Commissioner-Elect Visits County Administration

Commissioner-Elect Timothy A. "Tim" Sumner visited the Beltrami County Administrative Building about a week after he was elected County Commissioner from District 4. He won the race over incumbent and fellow Red Lake member Quentin Fairbanks who has served in that capacity for 12 years. Sumner will be the third Commissioner...

 

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PCA to list polluted rice waters

ST. PAUL – Lakes and rivers that cannot sustain wild rice beds due to pollution will be added to a list compiled by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency....

 

Woman faces jail for abusing girl

BEMIDJI – A 24-year-old Pennington woman will be sentenced for abusing a young girl....

 

Man sentenced for Walker murder

WALKER – A 21-year-old Walker man has been ordered to spend 18 years in prison for fatally stabbing a man here last spring....

 

Jury convicts former minister of Cass Lake, Lake George churches

PARK RAPIDS – A former minister in Cass Lake and Lake George was convicted Thursday after a jury found him guilty of six sex crimes involving a child....

 

New Book Recounts History of Sherman Institute

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Taken from their homes and placed in boarding schools hundreds of miles away, Native American children labored in settings designed to strip them of their culture, convert them to Christianity, and assimilate them into mainstream, 20th century America. At Sherman Institute in Riverside, Calif. — the...

 

New Book Recounts History of Sherman Institute - P2

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Taken from their homes and placed in boarding schools hundreds of miles away, Native American children labored in settings designed to strip them of their culture, convert them to Christianity, and assimilate them into mainstream, 20th century America. At Sherman Institute in Riverside, Calif. — the...

 

Georgia Josephine Jones

Georgia Josephine Jones, 93, of Bemidji died Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center. Funeral Services will be 11:00 am Monday, December 3, 2012 at Calvary Lutheran Church in Bemidji with Revs. Genelle Netland and Andrew Ronnevik officiating. Visitation will be from 2 – 4pm Sunday with a prayer service...

 

Earl "Mannie" Gordon

Earl M. “Mannie” Gordon, age 57, of Red Cliff, WI Journeyed to the Spirit World on Wednesday, November 28 at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale, MN. He was born on June 3, 1955 in Washburn, WI the son of Lawrence and Jeanette (Daley) Gordon. Earl graduated from high school in 1974 and then attended Lac Courte Oreil...

 

Gilbert Joseph Starr

Gilbert Joseph Starr, “Mush-Ka-Waush”, which means “Strong Wind”, 73, of Cass Lake, MN, passed away on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at the Cass Lake Hospital. He was born on April 18, 1939 in Cass Lake, MN the son of Albert Sr. and Rose (Kickum) Starr. Gilbert really enjoyed horseshoes often participating in leagues. He...

 

Friday Night Mixed Doubles - Week 12 of 31 - 11/23/2012

Friday Night Mixed Doubles - Week 12 of 31 - 11/23/2012...

 

Most New HIV Cases Affect Young Black Men and Teens

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported in November that half of all new HIV infections in 2010 affected 12,200 young gay and bisexual teenagers and men. More than half the victims were African American, although young black people are more likely to get tested for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) than other at-risk groups, the study reported. The study titled, "HIV Am...

 

Special Education Para-professional – Long-term substitute - Red Lake Schools

The Red Lake School District #38 has the following position open Special Education Para-professional – Long-term substitute The Red Lake School District is seeking candidates to fill a Special Education Para-professional – Long-term Substitute position. The position term is through March 1, 2013 Position requirements: 1....

 

Seoul’s anti-North law hinders free speech: Amnesty

Twenty-four-year-old South Korean Park Jeong-geun’s joke about North Korea could have landed him in a prison cell as the government is increasingly resorting to the country’s anti-North law, which severely hinders South Koreans’ freedom of expression and association, human rights group Amnesty International (AI) said yesterday. Park was sentenced to 10 months in prison...

 

U.S. Chamber Launches Native American Enterprise Initiative

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today launched the Native American Enterprise Initiative (NAEI) to promote the interests and agenda of tribes and tribal entrepreneurs across the country. The NAEI will work with tribes and businesses to highlight opportunities for economic growth and networking for Native American enterprises, as well as promote foreign direct...

 

Wal-Mart tight-lipped on closure reports

As Wal-Mart Stores Inc expanded its internal bribery probe to developing markets including China, the world's largest retailer refused to comment on recent reports that the company will close 100 stores that are not making money. Wal-Mart began a global internal bribery probe in March 2011, in a number of markets including Brazil, China and India, in addition to the ongoing...

 

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