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Red Lake Department of Public Safety makes arrests involving prescription drugs

According to Bill Brunelle, Red Lake Department of Public Safety Director, on November 29, 2012, the Red Lake Department of Public Safety made two arrests at the Red Lake Casino involving prescription drugs. An adult female and male were arrested after investigators were working prescription pill investigations. A total of...

 

One arrest made on search of rural reservation residence involving illegal drugs

On November 30, 2012, the Red Lake Department of Public Safety served a search warrant at a rural reservation residence surrounding illegal drugs. Investigators located illegal drugs and made one arrest of an adult male whom had an outstanding felony warrant. The case remains under investigation with the Red Lake Department of...

 

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BluePearl Ranked 36 Out of Top 100 Job Creators in U.S.

TAMPA, Fla. – BluePearl Veterinary Partners has been ranked #36 on the list of top 100 job creators in the U.S. in the December issue of Inc. Magazine. This was Inc. Magazine’s inaugural Hire Power Awards, which focused on job creation. BluePearl Veterinary Partners is headquartered in Tampa, Fla., and employs more than 1,200 people including approximately 250...

 
 By Viji Sundaram    News    December 4, 2012

No-Cost Health Care Plan Takes Burden Off Low-Income

BERKELEY, Calif. – A routine physical in 2004 at LifeLong Medical Care, a community health center in West Berkeley, showed Kelly Parker, unemployed and uninsured for almost two years, that she was overweight and had diabetes. Doctors at the center quickly put Parker, then 30, on medications, urged her to go on a diet and...

 

Donald Lee Bellanger

Donald Lee Bellanger, 64, of Cass Lake, MN, started his journey ahead of his loved ones peacefully on Saturday, December 1, 2012 in Minneapolis. He was born on December 29, 1947 in Cass Lake, MN the son of Edward and Irene (Wilson) Bellanger. Donald thrived on working with the youth for over forty years and enjoyed coaching...

 

Makeover proposed for sex offender program

Minnesota moved a step closer to reforming its troubled sex offender program Monday, with a recommendation that the Legislature create a network of regional treatment facilities to serve as alternatives to the current high-cost, high-security system....

 

Election official offers ways to fix voting problems

First, City Clerk Casey Carl apologized to Minneapolis voters for last month's voting snafus, then he recommended how to keep them from recurring....

 

Editorial: A promising focus on achievement gap

For at least the past decade, there has been more than enough attention focused on Minnesota's student achievement gap. Dozens of conferences have been held, reams of research have been produced, and millions of dollars have and are being spent -- and the gap remains a problem. In fact, federal data released last week shows that Minnesota ranked dead last in four-year...

 

Union proposes that teachers, like lawyers, be required to pass certification exam

WASHINGTON - Schoolteachers should have to pass a stringent exam — much like the bar exam for lawyers — before being allowed to enter the profession, one of the nation's largest teachers unions said Monday....

 

CDC says US flu season arrives early, could be bad, but one-third of Americans are vaccinated

NEW YORK - Flu season in the U.S. is off to its earliest start in nearly a decade — and it could be a bad one....

 

Mescalero Apache to send members lawsuit checks

LAS CRUCES — Members of the Mescalero Apache tribe are scheduled to receive checks of $1,500 each as part of a $32.8 million windfall received through federal settlement....

 

'FBIs'—Full-Blooded Indians—Face the Most Anti-Indian Racism

FBIs (Full Blooded Indians) get weary of hearing about the vicissitudes facing mixed-blood Indians, for understandable reasons. FBIs bear the brunt of anti-Indian racism. “Race,” having no freestanding reality, is most often conflated with color, and so racial stigma follows color....

 

First Nations’ day-school pupils seek compensation

Former First Nations students who attended day schools in B.C. have signed on to a class-action suit to seek compensation similar to that agreed to by Canada for students at residential schools. Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/First+Nations+school+pupils+seek+compensation/7641111/story.html#ixzz2E5zrYWsA...

 

Idaho justices delve into tribal sovereignty, cigarette sales on reservation…

Idaho Supreme Court justices delved into the details of tribal jurisdiction this morning, during arguments on an appeal from Native Wholesale Supply Co., which has sold more than 100 million cigarettes to an Indian-owned business, Warpath, on the Coeur d'Alene Reservation, without complying with Idaho state laws regarding a national tobacco settlement that require payments...

 

Violence Against Women Act Becomes Victim of Congressional Inaction

A woman is beaten by the person sworn to love her forever. She has no income of her own and the community in which she lives doesn’t have a safe house for her and her children. If she is brave enough to tell anyone, there simply isn’t much the police can do. In very severe cases, a passionate prosecutor might push for charges but it won’t likely be for hitting her. It...

 

School board member Henden questions tribal sovereignty

POULSBO – America’s indigenous nations or tribes have a special relationship with the United States....

 

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