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Articles from the November 30, 2015 edition

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Marlene Sue (May) Thompson

Marlene Sue (May) Thompson Born: Sat., Jul. 22, 1944 Died: Fri., Nov. 27, 2015 Celebration of Life 12:00 PM Tue., Dec. 01, 2015 Location: Little Rock Community Center Marlene Sue Thompson, age 71, began her spiritual journey on Friday, November 27, 2015 at the Havenwood Care Center in Bemidji, MN with her family by her side....

 

Native rapper spreads positive message with 'Art of Expression'

Last week, students in Detroit Lakes got to experience a hip-hop music performance, a history lesson and Native pride all at once. Red Lake Nation resident Thomas Barrett Jr. took the stage and classrooms with his "Art of Expression." Back in 2005, Barrett was a sophomore in high school when the shooting took place at Red Lake...

 

White Earth Chairwoman Erma Vizenor under investigation, tribal hearing set

White Earth Chairwoman Erma Vizenor is fighting to keep her job amid allegations she violated the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe (MCT) constitution. The allegations include Vizenor’s continued work on implementing White Earth’s new, independent constitution (voted in two years ago, but not yet put into effect), despite the tribal council’s resolution on April 20 that stated...

 

Paul Bunyan Communications awarded Border to Border Broadband Grant

Paul Bunyan Communications was awarded a Border to Border Broadband Grant from the state of Minnesota to expand its fiber optic services to portions of central Itasca County in partnership with the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board and the county. As a result, the cooperative will begin expansion construction next...

 

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 - P3

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 Junior Varsity, 7th and 8th Grade Boys also victorious...

 

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 - Set 2 - P3

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 Junior Varsity, 7th and 8th Grade Boys also victorious...

 

Photo-shoot of the 2015-16 Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors - P6

Photo-shoot of the 2015-16 Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors on Thursday, November 19, 2015. 2015 NCTC Boys Holiday Tournament - December 7th, 8th and 10th: http://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2015/11/19/sports/2015-nctc-boys-holiday-tournament-december-7th-8th-and-10th/41321.html 015 NCTC Girls Holiday Tournament -...

 

Halloween Night 2015 in Red Lake - P35

Halloween Night 2015 in Red Lake - P35...

 

Halloween Night 2015 in Red Lake - Set 2 - P35

Halloween Night 2015 in Red Lake - Set 2 - P35...

 

Red Lake Chemical Health sponsors 5K Color Walk/Fun Run for Recovery - P45

RED LAKE - On Tuesday, September 29, 2015, Red Lake Chemical Health sponsored a 5K Color Walk/Fun Run for Recovery. Registration began at 9 AM, with T-shirts going to the first 100 participants, and the event kicked off at 10 AM on the road by the Red Lake Boys and Girls Club. Walkers and runners went through the Red Lake...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P62

The Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow was held on the weekend of September 4, 2015....

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Friday Evening Session - P62

The Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow was held on the weekend of September 4, 2015...

 

Authorities seize marijuana, guns in Brainerd and Baxter

BRAINERD -- Authorities seized 37 pounds of marijuana, more than $25,000 in cash, 12 guns and a Lexus vehicle in connection with north Brainerd and Baxter drug busts on Wednesday. The Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office identified the three people arrested in bust that began in north Brainerd and led to a residence in Baxter Wednesday afternoon. Currently housed in the Crow Wing...

 
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UPDATED: Red Lake Nation Chairman's Community Meetings

Red Lake Nation Chairman's Community Meetings PLEASE JOIN US! Little Rock District - Nov. 12 at 6 PM at the Little Rock Center Red Lake District - Nov. 23 at 6 PM at the Red Lake College Redby District - Dec. 2 at 6 PM at the Redby Center Ponemah District - Dec. 7 at 6 PM at the Ponemah Boys & Girls Club DINNER WILL BE...

 

Rebecca Rose Anderson

Rebecca Rose Anderson September 23, 1985 - Thursday, November 26, 2015 Service Information Mille Lacs Community Center Monday, November 30, 2015 10:00 A.M. Visitation Information Division of Indian Works in Minneapolis, MN Sunday, November 29, 2015 All night beginning at 7 P.M. Rebecca Rose Anderson, (gidagaabinesiikwe), age 30...

 
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SILENT AUCTION - Wednesday 12/09/2015

SILENT AUCTION Wednesday 12/09/2015 STARTING BIDS @ 9AM CLOSING BIDS @12:45PM PICKUP AND PAY AT 1:00 PM cash or check LIBRARY CONFERENCE ROOM RED LAKE HOSPITAL Donations accepted for Silent Auction New or Next to New Items Turn in your Donations to Alfreda Sayers FUNDRAISER FOR HOSPITAL TOYS FOR TOTS...

 

Ill-timed snowfall greets Twin Cities commuters

The Monday after the long Thanksgiving weekend brought the season’s first snowfall to the Twin Cities that truly mattered, a predawn reminder to motorists and homebodies alike of just why we supposedly “like it here.” The poorly timed wintry wallop nudged vehicles by the dozens into ditches and guardrails. A pileup involving two semitrailer trucks just after 6 a.m. had...

 

Segregated by choice, state's charter schools face a test

The cafeteria at Noble Academy charter school in Brooklyn Park is adorned with Laotian-style ornamentation, a nod to its mostly Hmong student body. Employees at St. Paul’s Higher Ground Academy can converse in the first languages of its predominantly East African population. Nearly all the students at Friendship Academy of the Arts in Minneapolis are black. To compete for...

 

Volunteers find body while searching for missing man in Monticello

A man’s body was found Sunday by volunteers searching in the Monticello area for a missing 24-year-old man from St. Cloud, authorities said. The Wright County Sheriff’s Office said the body was discovered about 2:30 p.m. in a marsh south of Interstate 94 near Dalton Avenue. The discovery came a week after the missing man, Tyler Berg, was last seen leaving his residence in...

 

MnDOT plows poised for potential 10-inch snowfall

Revised forecasts are predicting nearly 10 inches of snow in the Twin Cities, with the season’s first wintry wallop expected to start Monday and last into Tuesday. The first hints of snow in the metro area should show up in the southern suburbs just as the morning commute is wrapping up Monday, according to the National Weather Service. The rest of the metro area as well as...

 

With deadline near, tough choices on Medicare drug plans

As the deadline for switching Medicare health plans approaches, time is running out for seniors to avoid higher drug costs by shopping for different coverage. Premiums are up next year in Minnesota for many with Medicare drug coverage. Beneficiaries also are facing higher deductibles at the pharmacy with some plans, plus higher costs if they don’t use designated drugstores....

 

Operators of U.S. nuclear power plants want to extend life to 80 years

NEW YORK – The United States is set to become the first nation to decide whether it’s safe to operate nuclear power plants for 80 years, twice as long as initially allowed. The majority of the nation’s 99 reactors have already received 20-year extensions to their original 40-year operating licenses. Now, operators led by Dominion Resources want to expand the time frame...

 

Minnesota Department of Corrections doesn't consider counseling veterans as disaster relief

The American Red Cross and the state Department of Corrections have a fundamental disagreement over the ­definition of “disaster.” And it all comes down to one person: Shelley Koski. Koski is one of the few certified American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health volunteers in the country. She’s also a clinical therapist with the Corrections Department at Moose Lake....

 

Adoptive parents embrace tribal, communal spirit

Among Native American tribes, there’s a sharing, communal spirit, and the saying “It takes a village to raise a child” rings true. “Other people raise other people’s children all the time,” Zachery Desjarlais said. “It doesn’t have to be a nefarious reason, either.” Adoption, too, taps into that cooperative heritage getting passed down from generation to...

 

Omaha Tribe interested in pursuing growing, selling of marijuana to boost economy

MACEY, Neb. —About an hour and half north of the metro, the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska sits on 300 square miles of reservation land stretching into Iowa's Monona County. "We need jobs," Daniel Webster said, who lives on the reservation. http://www.ketv.com/news/omaha-tribe-interested-in-pursuing-growing-selling-of-marijuana-to-boost-economy/36696418...

 

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