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Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party - P5

The Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party was held on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at South High School in Minneapolis. It was a festive event that featured good food, good entertainment, and fun and games for everyone. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Nation Embassy and open to Red Lake enrolled members and their...

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party - P6

The Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party was held on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at South High School in Minneapolis. It was a festive event that featured good food, good entertainment, and fun and games for everyone. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Nation Embassy and open to Red Lake enrolled members and their...

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party - P7

The Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party was held on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at South High School in Minneapolis. It was a festive event that featured good food, good entertainment, and fun and games for everyone. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Nation Embassy and open to Red Lake enrolled members and their...

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party - P8

The Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party was held on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at South High School in Minneapolis. It was a festive event that featured good food, good entertainment, and fun and games for everyone. The event was sponsored by the Red Lake Nation Embassy and open to Red Lake enrolled members and their...

 

4th Annual Teen Parent Summit held in Red Lake - P5

The 4th Annual Teen Parent Summit was held in Red Lake on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at the Seven Clans Casino Event Center. This years theme, "Building on a Dream," was designed to help focus on building a health future for teen parents and their children. The goals of the summer were to help teen parents to successfully...

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS Nov. 24 – Dec. 5, 2011

INDIAN COUNTRY PUBLIC SAFETY INITIATIVES For More Information about the Justice Department’s initiatives and programs in Indian Country, visit the Tribal Justice and Safety Website: www.justice.gov/tribal/ and The Justice Blog: http://blogs.usdoj.gov/blog/archives/category/tribal *** U.S. Attorney Speaks At Memorial To Kickapoo Tribal Police Chief (U.S. Attorney for the Distr...

 

REID: DEMOCRATS CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR MIDDLE-CLASS AMERICANS WITH COMPROMISE TAX CUT PROPOSAL

Washington, D.C. – Nevada Senator Harry Reid made the following remarks today on the Senate floor regarding a compromise payroll tax cut extension proposal. Below are his remarks as prepared: Last week my friend, the Republican Leader, tried to convince me Republicans realize it would be disastrous to raise taxes on the middle class. Here on the Senate floor, he quoted half...

 
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Warrior Grill Weekly special for week of Dec. 5th-9th

Weekly special for week of Dec. 5th-9th Monday.........................BBQ turkey drum sticks Only 20 available so get them early. Comes with ff’s and side slaw....................$5.95 Tuesday..........................Chicken strip salad Diced chicken on a bed of salad mix with diced tomatoes, shredded cheese and sunflower...

 

Vilsack Announces $50 Million for Gulf Coast Restoration

WASHINGTON, Dec. 5, 2011 — Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is launching an innovative water and wildlife conservation effort along the Gulf Coast of the United States. This action is part of the Obama Administration's efforts through its Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Task Force. The Task Force...

 

Bemidji, 3 other US Postal Service centers in Minnesota to close

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The U.S. Postal Service plans to close four mail-processing centers in Minnesota as part of nationwide cutbacks. The four centers in Minnesota are the same ones that the Postal Service said in September it was studying for possible closure. They are in Bemidji, Duluth, Rochester and Waite Park. Nationwide, the agency plans to close 252 processing centers...

 

Ice Rescue Event of Friday December 2, 2011

On Friday, December 2, 2011, at 10:06 AM, the Beltrami County Sheriff's 911 Center received a 911 call from a subject who was stranded, along with his fishing partner, on a piece of ice that had broken free and was floating approximately 3/10 of a mile off the south shore of Upper Red Lake north of Carsella's Landing (Sandberg Rd NE- 47 miles north of Bemidji in Shotley...

 
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Indian Education Gathering - December 7, 2011

Join us for a day of discussing strategies and solutions for our Indian students as they enter into the educational challenges of the 21st Century. December 7, 2011 at the Seven Clans Casino & Events Center in Red Lake, 9 AM - 3 PM. Please RSVP - 218-679-3350 Ext. 131 or rbeaulieu@redlakenation.org to reserve your attendance no...

 

R2AC Awards Individual Artist Grants

Region 2 Arts Council (R2AC) recently awarded $8,534 through the Individual Artist Grant Program to individual artists in Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Mahnomen, and Lake of the Woods Counties. The purpose of this grant is to stimulate new artistic endeavors in the region by providing project assistance to regional artists who are seriously committed to their work and to the...

 

Public Invited to Donate Blood at SMSC Holiday Blood Drive

Prior Lake, MN – The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community will hold a holiday blood drive on Tuesday, December 13, 2011, from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Dakotah! Sport and Fitness. The public is invited to participate. “We decided to extend the length of our blood drive by one hour to allow more people to have the chance to donate blood,” said SMSC Wellness Administrator...

 

Visits paid to prison pay off

Ezra Ayala, finishing out a prison term for felony theft, placed a quick kiss on his fiancée's cheek, gave her a squeeze and walked off with a memory he could hold into the night and beyond. The smear of her mascara stained his shirt....

 

A new Earth? NASA finds planet outside solar system in just about right for life spot

WASHINGTON - A newly discovered planet is eerily similar to Earth and is sitting outside our solar system in what seems to be the ideal place for life, except for one hitch. It's a bit too big....

 

Red Lake Warriors win 56-51 over Sacred Heart to advance to the second round of the tourney

Red Lake Warriors win 56-51 over Sacred Heart to advance to the second round of the tourney. Will play Grygla/Goodridge 8 PM This Evening in Thief River Falls....

 

Attawapiskat chief boots government official

OTTAWA ­ - The chief of an Ontario reserve plagued with a dire housing crisis has booted a government official tasked with controlling the finances of Attawapiskat First Nation off their land....

 

Attawapiskat’s chief denounces Ottawa’s ‘blame-the-victim’ response

Amid the political clamour over a housing shortage on a Northern Ontario reserve, the chief of Attawapiskat says her community's voice has been silenced....

 

Shacks, slop pails on Wasagamack First Nation

People on a remote Manitoba First Nation are living in shacks and using slop pails and outhouses as they cope with poverty, poor housing and a lack of running water....

 

Residential schools commission faces financial crunch

Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission is facing higher than expected costs, so is calling on Ottawa to provide more funding or scale back the panel's responsibilities....

 

SENECAS CLAMP DOWN ON ILLEGAL CIGARETTES

Over the years, various illegal schemes have been used to evade taxes and fees when it comes to the sale of tobacco. They range from interstate trafficking to avoid paying state excise taxes to smuggling cigarettes into the United States by criminal organizations....

 

Judge Blocks Enforcement Of Tax Provision In Cigarette Trafficking Law

A federal judge in Washington on Monday blocked enforcement of a provision in a new cigarette trafficking law that required remote sellers of tobacco products to pay state and local taxes in advance of a sale....

 

Aboriginal ‘smoke shacks’ to mushroom

WINNIPEG—Convenience store owners say aboriginal “smoke shacks” are set to mushroom across the Prairies and governments have a duty to shut them down. The Canadian Convenience Stores Association is calling on the Manitoba government to issue fines and seize more tobacco from the Dakota Chundee Smoke Shop, which opened last month near Pipestone, Man....

 

Massive Population Drop Found for Native Americans, DNA Shows

The number of Native Americans quickly shrank by roughly half following European contact about 500 years ago, according to a new genetic study....

 

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