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Red Lakers receive Trust Fund distribution

In November 2012 the Red Lake Tribal Council passed a resolution for a $200.00 Trust Fund distribution for all duly enrolled Red Lake Band members. On Thursday, December 13th, individual checks were distributed at the Red Lake Humanities Center and the Ponemah Boys and Girls Club. Off-Reservation member checks were mailed on...

 

Red Lakers receive Trust Fund distribution P2

In November 2012 the Red Lake Tribal Council passed a resolution for a $200.00 Trust Fund distribution for all duly enrolled Red Lake Band members. On Thursday, December 13th, individual checks were distributed at the Red Lake Humanities Center and the Ponemah Boys and Girls Club. Off-Reservation member checks were mailed on...

 

Red Lakers receive Trust Fund distribution P3

In November 2012 the Red Lake Tribal Council passed a resolution for a $200.00 Trust Fund distribution for all duly enrolled Red Lake Band members. On Thursday, December 13th, individual checks were distributed at the Red Lake Humanities Center and the Ponemah Boys and Girls Club. Off-Reservation member checks were mailed on...

 

Lady Warriors go to 5-0 with 80-55 win over Cass Lake

Lady Warriors go to 5-0 with 80-55 win over Cass Lake...

 

Lady Warriors go to 5-0 with 80-55 win over Cass Lake - P2

Lady Warriors go to 5-0 with 80-55 win over Cass Lake - P2...

 

Lady Warriors go to 5-0 with 80-55 win over Cass Lake - P3

Lady Warriors go to 5-0 with 80-55 win over Cass Lake - P3...

 

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95...

 

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95 - P2

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95 - P2...

 

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95 - P3

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95 - P3...

 
 By Pat Miller    Sports    December 14, 2012

AREA HS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Kelliher-Northome's Lutz reaches 1,000th point milestone

KELLIHER – Katey Lutz scored her 1,000th point Tuesday to lead Kelliher-Northome to a 57-48 victory at Lake of the Woods. The senior forward has helped K-N open the year with a 4-2 record. Among the victories was a 75-50 home triumph over Nevis a week ago. Against the Tigers, Kelliher-Northome’s defense set the tone as the Mustangs led 34-15 at intermission. Shelene Head...

 
 By AnnMarie    Sports    December 14, 2012

Friday Night Mixed Doubles - Week 14 of 31 - 12/07/2012

Friday Night Mixed Doubles - Week 14 of 31 - 12/07/2012...

 

Red Lake Tribe to Build Tribal College and Government Center Using $21 Million in USDA Loans

Red Lake Tribe to Build Tribal College and Government Center Using $21 Million in USDA Loans (WASHINGTON DC) – U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson announced that the Red Lake Nation has been selected to receive over $21 million in loans from USDA Rural Development to build a tribal college and tribal government center. "The existing...

 

Red Lake Public Safety Plans Holiday Crackdown To Stop Impaired Driving and Save Lives

Red Lake, Minnesota – Holiday party-goers, beware! To help save lives this holiday season, Red Lake Law Enforcement is launching a special “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” crackdown to stop impaired drivers and to save lives on our roadways. Bill Brunelle, Director of Public Safety said Red Lake officers will be...

 

TWO ARRESTED IN KELLIHER BANK ROBBERY

On Wednesday, December 12, 2012, Cody Lowell Troy, 19 of Bemidji and Travis Michael Burns, 20 of Bemidji were arrested for Armed Robbery of the First State Bank of Big Fork in Kelliher which occurred on Monday, December 10, 2012. Both suspects are currently in custody in the Beltrami County Jail as the investigation continues. B...

 

Suspects named in Kelliher bank robbery

BEMIDJI – The two suspects in Monday’s robbery of a Kelliher bank currently live in Bemidji but grew up in Kelliher, according to new information from the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office....

 

ARIZONA MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ILLEGALLY SELLING GOLDEN EAGLE AND OTHER MIGRATORY BIRD PARTS

WASHINGTON – A Tuba City, Ariz., man pleaded guilty in federal court in Phoenix to illegally selling golden eagle and other migratory bird parts, a felony criminal offense, announced Ignacia S. Moreno, Assistant Attorney General for the Environment and Natural Resources Division, and John S. Leonardo, U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona. According to the plea agreement...

 

Rosebud IHS Hospital Receives Baby-Friendly Hospital Designation

The Rosebud IHS Service Unit has achieved designation as a Baby-Friendly Hospital, which makes it the first hospital to achieve this designation for support of breastfeeding in the Indian Health Service and in the state of South Dakota. Co-administered by the World Health Organization and the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, the Baby-Friendly Hospital I...

 

Grow Minnesota presentation outlines regional business climate

BEMIDJI – Northwest Minnesota businesses came out of the recession very well, but that momentum may have stalled somewhat since....

 

Woman faces charge tied to lottery fraud

BEMIDJI – An 18-year-old woman who worked for a local convenience store is accused of illegally obtaining about $2,400 in fraudulent lottery winnings....

 

Former UND student sentenced to prison in two drug deaths

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Another former University of North Dakota student was sentenced this week to years in federal prison in the Grand Forks-based synthetic drug conspiracy blamed in the deaths of two teens....

 

Dewey Furniture case set for Monday hearing

BEMIDJI – A Beltrami County judge on Monday will hear from attorneys on a motion to dismiss the charges levied against a former Bemidji business owner....

 

Man with 27 DWIs back in jail

WADENA, Minn. – Just 40 days out of prison, a Minnesota man with more than two dozen drunken driving convictions is back behind bars....

 

Sandy Bay First Nation intends to shutdown Trans-Canada Highway in Manitoba

The Sandy Bay First Nation in Manitoba plans to shutdown the Trans-Canada Highway with vehicles Saturday in what they’re calling a peaceful protest against the federal government and Prime Minister Stephen Harper....

 

How abusers get away with targeting Indian women

“We have serial rapists on the reservation — that are non-Indian — because they know they can get away with it,” said Charon Asetoyer, executive director of the Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center in Lake Andes, S.D. “Many of these cases just get dropped. Nothing happens. And they know they’re free to hurt again....

 

Prosecutors Ignore 2/3s Of All Sex Abuse Against Native Americans — Eric Cantor Is Keeping It That Way

As Irin Carmon explains in a must read piece at Salon, Native American reservations are virtually law-free zones for women victimized by non-Indian rapists. Eighty percent of Native American rape survivors were attacked by non-Indians, and these crimes are currently beyond the reach of tribal authorities. Meanwhile, federal officials have the theoretical power to prosecute...

 

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