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Articles from the December 13, 2011 edition

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RED LAKE NATION TOY DRIVE UPDATE - P2

The DEADLINE for PARENTS/GUARDIANS to REGISTER their children for the TOY GIVEAWAY is being EXTENDED to THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2011. Applications can be picked up at the Community Centers or at the Red Lake Accounting Office or you can sign up your children by calling the Community Coordinator in your district. For further...

 

RED LAKE NATION TOY DRIVE UPDATE - P3

The DEADLINE for PARENTS/GUARDIANS to REGISTER their children for the TOY GIVEAWAY is being EXTENDED to THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2011. Applications can be picked up at the Community Centers or at the Red Lake Accounting Office or you can sign up your children by calling the Community Coordinator in your district. For further...

 

Twenty-Fourth Annual MAICC Awards Dinner held at Mystic Lake Casino & Hotel - P5

The Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce (MAICC) was incorporated in August 1986 as a non-profit organization and awarded 501(c) (3) tax status in January 1989. The MAICC is one of the oldest continuously running American Indian Chambers of Commerce in the US and the oldest ethnic Chamber in Minnesota. The Chamber...

 

Twenty-Fourth Annual MAICC Awards Dinner held at Mystic Lake Casino & Hotel - P6

The Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce (MAICC) was incorporated in August 1986 as a non-profit organization and awarded 501(c) (3) tax status in January 1989. The MAICC is one of the oldest continuously running American Indian Chambers of Commerce in the US and the oldest ethnic Chamber in Minnesota. The Chamber...

 

Twenty-Fourth Annual MAICC Awards Dinner held at Mystic Lake Casino & Hotel - P7

The Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce (MAICC) was incorporated in August 1986 as a non-profit organization and awarded 501(c) (3) tax status in January 1989. The MAICC is one of the oldest continuously running American Indian Chambers of Commerce in the US and the oldest ethnic Chamber in Minnesota. The Chamber...

 

Twenty-Fourth Annual MAICC Awards Dinner held at Mystic Lake Casino & Hotel - P8

The Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce (MAICC) was incorporated in August 1986 as a non-profit organization and awarded 501(c) (3) tax status in January 1989. The MAICC is one of the oldest continuously running American Indian Chambers of Commerce in the US and the oldest ethnic Chamber in Minnesota. The Chamber...

 

RLMS Native American Day Exhibition held during Parent/Teacher Conferences

RLMS Native American Day Exhibition held during Parent/Teacher Conferences...

 

RLMS Native American Day Exhibition held during Parent/Teacher Conferences - P2

RLMS Native American Day Exhibition held during Parent/Teacher Conferences - P2...

 

RLMS Native American Day Exhibition held during Parent/Teacher Conferences - P3

RLMS Native American Day Exhibition held during Parent/Teacher Conferences - P3...

 

Grants & Contracts Accountant - Red Lake Tribal Accounting Department

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Grants & Contracts Accountant Tribal Accounting Department Red Lake, MN 56671 December 12, 2011 Open Until Filled Primary Function: Assist with handling the financial and compliance needs of the Federal and State agency programs. Full-time w/ benefits, reports to Director of Finance. Essential...

 
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RLHS Band Holiday Concert - Wed. Dec 14th

Please join the Red Lake High School Band as we celebrate the season with a Holiday Concert on Wed. Dec 14th. The concert will be in the Mini-Theater (located in the Middle School) at 2:30 p.m....

 
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Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Meeting -

Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Meeting Wednesday, December 14, 2011 - 6-8 p.m. Red Lake 7 Clans Casino (Hwy 89) Dinner will be served Parents who participate in an information session regarding athletics and eligibility will be eligible to receive a free 2010-11 season ticket VIP card after the meeting. Any questions contact: Ozaawaanakwadok (Yellow Cloud Woman) Susan L....

 
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Real Pit Barbecue - Thursday, Dec. 15 - Red Lake DNR

Real Pit Barbecue - Thursday, Dec. 15 - Red Lake DNR All proceeds go to Red Lake Nation Toy Drive Serving Time: 11:00 AM until gone Red Lake DNR is firing up the BBQ pit. We will be serving authentic Carolinas-style pulled pork sandwiches. The pork will be pit-smoked over local sugar maple and apple wood. Let's do something for the kids and enjoy some good BBQ at the same...

 
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Reztraunt Daily Specials for Dec. 12 - Dec. 16th

Reztraunt Daily Specials for Dec. 12 - Dec. 16th...

 
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UPCOMING COMMUNITY ARTS SUPPORT GRANT DEADLINE

UPCOMING COMMUNITY ARTS SUPPORT GRANT DEADLINE Community Arts Support Grants – Deadline: February 15, 2012 Open to any arts organizations. These grants are two-year awards that help provide some measure of funding stability for arts organizations so that their energy can be better focused on increasing the quality and availability of the arts to their communities. Organizatio...

 
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UPCOMING ARTS & CULTURAL HERITAGE GRANT DEADLINE

UPCOMING ARTS & CULTURAL HERITAGE GRANT DEADLINE Applications are available for the following Grant at the Region 2 Arts Council Office, 426 Bemidji Avenue, Bemidji, MN 56601 and are also available for download from our website, http//r2arts.org. Arts and Cultural Heritage Grants Deadline: January 17, 2012 Open to artists in all art disciplines, any non-profit organization,...

 

U-turn causes Highway 89 crash

Two people were injured in a car accident Saturday afternoon on state Highway 89, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Lyman Kingbird, 71, of Red Lake, was traveling south in a Ford Ranger pickup on Highway 89 when he attempted to make a U-turn. Chris May, 34, of Red Lake, who was driving a Chevy Malibu south on Highway 89 behind Kingbird’s vehicle, hit Kingbird’s...

 

Traffic signals, street lights to be installed on Highway 71 south of Bemidji

BEMIDJI, Minn. – Motorists may encounter minor delays and temporary lane closures on Highway 71 just south of Bemidji, as crews install new traffic signal systems and street lights the week of Dec. 12. The street lights will be installed at various locations on Highway 71 between Carr Lake Road/ Beltrami County Road 11 and Beltrami County Road 2. The new traffic signals...

 

SHAKOPEE MDEWAKANTON DONATE $227,160 TO BRIGHTEN HOLIDAYS

Prior Lake, MN – Some children look forward to having a present at Christmas to open with a longing that tugs at the heartstrings of their parents. Not being able to give that gift can be disheartening to parents who might already be suffering during the tough economic climate. The homeless and the less fortunate also need special attention during the holiday season when the...

 
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We R Native. Who are You?

We R Native. Who are You? Send us a photograph, video, paragraph, drawing, song, or text message that expresses who you are. Tell us about your life, your tribe, your family, your community, your values, your interests and hobbies, or whatever else defines you! Winning entries will receive:  $75 (1st place)  $50 (2nd place)  $25 (3rd place)  And will be showcased...

 

Franken, Klobuchar urge delay in post office closings

Minnesota Sens. Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar are urging Senate leaders to delay closing or consolidating post offices for six months to give Congress more time to come up with its own reforms....

 

High School Basketball Update - Dec. 13, 2011

The Kelliher-Northome girls basketball team opened the year with three victories but over the weekend the Mustangs lost 65-53 at Nevis and 72-37 at home to Pine River. On Dec. 6 K-N trimmed Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 67-60. Kelley Heck scored 24 points in the win over WHA while Katey Lutz had 16 and Shelene Head 12. Heck drained nine field goals in the victory and added four...

 

With pride and trepidation, SF will become first US city to top $10 minimum wage on Jan. 1

SAN FRANCISCO - David Frias works two minimum-wage jobs to squeak by in one of the most expensive cities in America....

 

Attawapiskat chief welcomes extra homes, but not third-party manager

OTTAWA—Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence says her community appreciates the federal government’s decision to send more modular homes to the isolated Northern Ontario reserve. But she insists she will not co-operate with a third-party manager appointed by the Harper government to review the band’s finances....

 

First nations lament living conditions in ‘many Attawapiskats’

With the spotlight on Attawapiskat, remote first nations across the country are now trying to turn the world’s eyes to miserable conditions on their own reserves....

 

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