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Articles from the December 9, 2011 edition

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 By Al Beaulieu    Sports    December 9, 2011

Warriors fall short, take second in 79-72 loss to Stephen-Argyle

According to reports on Facebook, Red Lake led 42-40 at the half, but came up short in the end, 79-72. Brendan Beaulieu and Ryan Holthusen made the All Tournament Team and Holthusen set the new individual scoring record with 89 points in the three games....

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy Christmas Party - P17

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 - P18

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 - P19

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 - P20

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...

 

DOI Establishes Negotiated Rulemaking Committee

DENVER — The Department of the Interior’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue (ONRR) today published a Federal Register Notice establishing an Indian Oil Valuation Negotiated Rulemaking Committee charged with bringing clarity and consistency to oil valuation regulations governing production on American Indian lands. “This initiative will enable the regulatory process to...

 

Members Named to 21st Century Conservation Service Corps Federal Advisory Committee

WASHINGTON, December 8, 2011 – Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack today announced an important step in the creation of a 21st Century Conservation Service Corps (21CSC), an organization called for in President Obama's America's Great Outdoors Report. Secretaries Salazar and Vilsack named members of a newly-established federal...

 

Tribal TANF Director - New Beginnings

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Tribal TANF Director New Beginnings Redby, MN 56670 (218) 679-3350 Open: December 8, 2011 Closes: Thursday. December 22nd, 2011 Primary Function: Under the supervision of the Executive Director of New Beginnings, responsible for the development and implementation of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians...

 

Court Administrator - Red Lake Nation Tribal Court

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Court Administrator Red Lake Nation Tribal Court P.O. Box 572 Red Lake, MN 56671 (218) 679-3313 Open: December 8, 2011 Closes: Friday, January 6th, 2012 Primary Function: To ensure all elements of the court system function effectively and efficiently. Incumbent will have direct supervisory and management responsibility for administrative operations...

 
 By Allyce Amidon    News    December 9, 2011

University of Minnesota, Morris student Elsen explores renewable energy options for Upper Sioux Community

Morris, Minn., Dec. 8, 2011—At the University of Minnesota, Morris, it’s hard not to be environmentally conscious. Two massive wind turbines whirl on the horizon, reflective solar panels dot the campus, and a gasification plant periodically billows steam near the athletic fields. Apparently, environmental consciousness...

 

USDA Implements Provisions from 2008 Farm Bill to Protect Livestock and Poultry Producers

WASHINGTON, December 8, 2011—Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced USDA has published the Final Rule implementing the 2008 Farm Bill provisions to better protect livestock producers and poultry growers under the Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA). "As I travel throughout the countryside, I often hear from farmers and ranchers about...

 

Warrior Girls lose home opener to WHA 88-51

Warrior Girls lose home opener to WHA 88-51 The JV girls were down 36-8 at the half and came back to win 47-46....

 

Warrior Girls lose home opener to WHA 88-51 - P2

Warrior Girls lose home opener to WHA 88-51 - P2 The JV girls were down 36-8 at the half and came back to win 47-46....

 

Warrior Girls lose home opener to WHA 88-51 - P3

Warrior Girls lose home opener to WHA 88-51 - P3 The JV girls were down 36-8 at the half and came back to win 47-46....

 

Warrior Girls lose home opener to WHA 88-51 - P4

Warrior Girls lose home opener to WHA 88-51 - P4 The JV girls were down 36-8 at the half and came back to win 47-46....

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    December 9, 2011

Pioneer preview: K-N Mustangs have what it takes

A pair of victories to open the season has provided proof to Kelliher-Northome girls basketball coach Justin Lundin that the Mustangs have what it takes to enjoy a successful season. “We are small in numbers but we do have quality,” Lundin said. “The girls also have great attitudes and are serious about basketball. Because of those qualities this group is fun to coach....

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    December 9, 2011

Pioneer preview: CL-B shoots for another deep run

Deep runs into the postseason have become the rule rather than the exception at Cass Lake-Bena and this year’s team expects that trend to continue. “I hope we can go a long way again in the tournaments,” said Panthers coach Brian Michaelson who begins his second year on the CL-B bench. “The boys are shooting for the stars and I like to see those types of goals. A year...

 

U.S. House backs 'bath salts' ban

WASHINGTON - Hoping to combat a growing market in synthetic drugs, the U.S. House voted Thursday to outlaw "bath salts" and other chemical compounds that simulate the effects of marijuana, cocaine and other illegal substances....

 

Attawapiskat and colonialism: Seeing the forest and the trees

If you can cut through the racism, ignorance, and half-baked opinions of pundits, politicians and sound-bite media, most folks will realize that Attawapiskat and many other First Nations have been labouring under the repression of colonialism far too long....

 

COURT RULES STATE HAS JURISDICTION IN TRIBAL CIGARETTES CASE

A ruling yesterday from the state Supreme Court says Washington does has criminal jurisdiction over tribal members who sell cigarettes without a required tax at stores outside of tribal reservation boundaries....

 

Attawapiskat must pay Ottawa appointee $1,300 a day to run its finances

OTTAWA - The federal government is forcing the troubled Attawapiskat First Nation to pay a private-sector consultant about $1,300 a day to run its finances — even though the government’s own assessments say the third-party management system is not cost-effective....

 

Amnesty International Urges Senate Committee to Pass the SAVE Native Women Act

WASHINGTON--(ENEWSPF)--December 7, 2011. Amnesty International announced today its support for S. 1763, the Stand Against Violence and Empower Native Women (SAVE Native Women) Act. The SAVE Native Women Act was recently introduced on the Senate floor by Senator Daniel Akaka, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. In advance of the Committee’s markup this...

 

Nashoba Youth Foundation Open Skateparks for a Healthy Indian Country

Mitchell Moya spends most of his time skateboarding at home on his front porch because there are no legal places for him to skateboard in his hometown of Heavener, Oklahoma. But the Nashoba Youth Foundation is going to change that. Read more:http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2011/12/08/nashoba-youth-foundation-open-skateparks-for-a-healthy-indian-country-65875...

 

Rapid City YMCA accused of discrimination

RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA -- Caring. Respect. Honesty. Responsibility. These are the core principles of the faith-based YMCA, a nationwide, community-oriented federation that strives to meet the physical, social, mental and spiritual needs of local citizens through on-site and outreach programs....

 

Duke Fraternity Demonstrates Proper Way to Apologize For Being Racist

The fraternity responsible for throwing a party that encouraged invitees to dress like sexy Pilgrims and Indians has apologized for acting sort of racist. As an added bonus, they've reached out to the on-campus Native American student organization and refrained from calling for a round of high fives in the process. Progress?...

 

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