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Articles from the December 7, 2011 edition

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Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center Christmas Party 2011

Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center Christmas Party 2011...

 

Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center Christmas Party 2011 - P2

Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center Christmas Party 2011 - P2...

 

Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center Christmas Party 2011 - P3

Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center Christmas Party 2011 - P3...

 

Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center Christmas Party 2011 - P4

Jourdain Perpich Extended Care Center Christmas Party 2011 - P4...

 

Red Lake Warriors take on Stephen-Argyle for Championship on Thursday

Red Lake Warriors take on Stephen-Argyle for Championship on Thursday. Down Grygla-Goodridge 90-74 in Thief River Falls....

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party - P9

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 - P10

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 - P11

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 - P12

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...

 
 By Don Davis    News    December 7, 2011

White Earth proposes casino to keep Vikings in Minnesota

ST. PAUL - The White Earth Tribal Nation proposes that it be allowed to build a Twin Cities-area casino, with proceeds going to help build a Minnesota Vikings football stadium. Tribal Chairwoman Erma Vizenor was to present the idea this afternoon to two Minnesota Senate committees considering stadium financing. Also at the...

 
 Events   

Red Lake Hospital Fundrasier - Breakfast Sandwich Sale

Red Lake Hospital is having a fundraiser for the Red Lake Toy Drive!! Breakfast Sandwiches for $4.00 Thursday, December 8, 2011 9:00 a.m. Library Conference room ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE TOY DRIVE!!!...

 

Additional Information on the Rescue on Red Lake

The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office, along with Kelliher Fire and Rescue and Bemidji Fire Department, responded to a call for assistance to three stranded fisherman on Upper Red Lake off the south shore near Rogers Campground at 1:02 PM Tuesday, December 6, 2011 (approximately 48 miles north of Bemidji). They are identified a...

 

NATIVE ARTS AND CULTURES FOUNDATION LAUNCHES ANNUAL CAMPAIGN WITH $50,000 GOAL

VANCOUVER, Wash., Dec. 6 – The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) has launched an annual campaign with a goal of $50,000. Since the campaign launch in late November, contributions have been averaging $50 with the smallest donation at .25 and the largest at $500. NACF’s annual campaign supports “Mobilizing the Community through the Arts” initiative (which...

 

Leading MN Health Groups: MDH Survey Reinforces Need for Continued Policies to Protect Youth from Tobacco

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Dec. 6, 2011 – The Raise it for Health coalition, a coalition of leading Minnesota health and nonprofit organizations, issued the following statement today in response to the 2011 Minnesota Youth Tobacco and Asthma Survey. For more information, go to: www.health.state.mn.us/divs/chs/tobacco/youth.html “After nearly a decade of huge success in reducing...

 
 Events   

Division of Indian Work - Live It! Training - Mon.-Tues. Dec. 12-13 - Northern Lights Casino & Hotel

Division of Indian Work - Live It! Training An American Indian Culturally Specific Sexuality Education Curriculum “Live It” is teen pregnancy prevention program used & facilitated by community schools and/or organizations who provide services to American Indian youth & their families! This training is for those who are...

 

Kari Dziedzic wins DFL state senate primary

Minneapolis — The daughter of a longtime city councilman won a crowded DFL primary for a northeast Minneapolis state senate seat Tuesday evening. Kari Dziedzic won a third of the vote in a five-way race. She'll face Republican Ben Schwanke in a special election January 10. The winner will replace DFL Senator Larry Pogemiller,...

 

REID STATEMENT ON REPUBLICAN OBSTRUCTION OF CAITLIN JOAN HALLIGAN

Washington, D.C.—Nevada Senator Harry Reid issued the following statement after Republicans blocked the nomination of Caitlin Joan Halligan to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit: “Senate Republicans today sent the sad message that political gamesmanship is more important than a judicial nominee’s qualifications. Caitlin Joan Halligan is a...

 

Banished Band member, brother arrested

Zachary Nayquonabe, a Mille Lacs Band member who was banished from the reservation area in 2008, was arrested on tribal land Nov. 29 after an altercation with his brother Victor....

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Announce $260,000 in Grants

Prior Lake, MN – Activities as diverse as programs for children, a conference to empower women, a food shelf, a website, and legal efforts to protect tribal rights are supported by Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community grants totaling $260,000 to six organizations which largely serve Indian people. “We felt it was important to support these organizations because of the good...

 

USDA Announces New Tactics to Combat Fraud and Enhance SNAP Program Integrity

WASHINGTON, Dec. 6, 2011 –USDA Under Secretary Kevin Concannon today announced a new range of aggressive tactics to further improve program integrity of USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – formerly known as food stamps. The announcement is part of the Obama Administration's ongoing Campaign to Cut Waste which highlights efforts to root out waste,...

 

When an adult took standardized tests forced on kids

A longtime friend on the school board of one of the largest school systems in America did something that few public servants are willing to do. He took versions of his state’s high-stakes standardized math and reading tests for 10th graders, and said he’d make his scores public. By any reasonable measure, my friend is a success. His now-grown kids are well-educated. He has...

 

Feds fault Minnesota bullying law as anemic

A federal report released Tuesday confirms what some Minnesota school and state leaders have been saying lately: Minnesota's anti-bullying law needs work....

 

Attawapiskat Chief Spence says department-appointed third-party manager booted from community

OTTAWA–Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence says the outside consultant appointed by Aboriginal Affairs to take over the band’s finances has been kicked out of the community and won’t be allowed back in....

 

Attawapiskat leader threatens civil disobedience

A regional chief who represents Attawapiskat says that a number of his counterparts in other First Nations are prepared to engage in civil disobedience over Ottawa's handling of a housing crisis in the northern Ontario community....

 

Chiefs from across Canada stand with Attawapiskat

The chief of the Northern Ontario reserve who declared a state of emergency because her people are living in plywood shacks with no heating or running water has been given a strong endorsement from fellow first-nation leaders in her battle with the federal government....

 

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