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John Amos Weise

John Amos Weise, age 62, Journeyed to the Spirit World on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 in Bemidji, Minnesota. He was born on February 4, 1950 to Amos and Eva Weise in Red Lake, MN. He grew up in Beaulieu, MN with Tony and Margaret Timmer and family. John graduated Mahnomen High School in 1968. After graduating he enlisted into...

 

Red Lake Entrepreneur Program sponsors Arts & Crafts Christmas Sale

The Red Lake Nation Entrepreneur Program sponsored an Arts and Crafts Christmas Sale at the Red Lake Humanities Center on Friday, December 14, 2012. Open from 11 AM - 7 PM, there were about fifteen booths set up that included paintings, beaded items, quilts, prints, birchbark items, regalia, tattoos, willow and quill work,...

 

Red Lake Entrepreneur Program sponsors Arts & Crafts Christmas Sale - P2

The Red Lake Nation Entrepreneur Program sponsored an Arts and Crafts Christmas Sale at the Red Lake Humanities Center on Friday, December 14, 2012. Open from 11 AM - 7 PM, there were about fifteen booths set up that included paintings, beaded items, quilts, prints, birchbark items, regalia, tattoos, willow and quill work,...

 

WHA Wolves still unbeaten with 73-72 over Warriors in Red Lake

WHA Wolves still unbeaten with 73-72 over Warriors in Red Lake. Red Lake now 4-2 with second straight loss at home....

 

WHA Wolves still unbeaten with 73-72 over Warriors in Red Lake - P2

WHA Wolves still unbeaten with 73-72 over Warriors in Red Lake. Red Lake now 4-2 with second straight loss at home....

 

Red Lakers receive Trust Fund distribution P4

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 P5

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 P6

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 - P4

Lady Warriors go to 5-0 with 80-55 win over Cass Lake - P4 For Red Lake, Averi Holthusen led all scorers with 33, Tatianna McClain hit 26, Taylor Graves added 9, Sarah Mountain hit 5, Grace White scored 3, and Faleisha Desjarlait-Pemberton and Amy Benais each had 2. All stats available at http://www.minnesota...

 

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95 - P4

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95 - P4 Russell Barrett led Red Lake with 22 points, Ryan Holthusen netted 21, Aaron Beaulieu hit for 16, Darion Cobenais had 13, Russell Kingbird added 10, Trevern Beaulieu hit 8 and James Jourdain put in 6. See all Stats at http://www.minnesotasportsonline.com/gamer...

 

Basketball tournaments formats, locations modified for 2014 and beyond

Beginning in 2014 and for three years, the boys’ basketball tournament will be played one week before the girls’ basketball tournament, and the girls will play a Tuesday through Saturday schedule. During those same years the boys will play a familiar Wednesday through Saturday schedule. In addition to the flip-flop of...

 
 By Don Davis    News    December 17, 2012

Minnesotans prepare for possible school shootings

ST. PAUL – Minnesota officials say they have tried to prepare for school shootings like one Friday in Connecticut, but there always is more they can do. “We need to collaboratively do a better job of securing those kids,” said state Sen. Bill Ingebrigtsen, R-Alexandria, a law enforcement officer for 34 years, 16 as Douglas County sheriff. Training how to react to a...

 

Mexico's Mayas face Dec. 21 with ancestral calm

UH-MAY, Mexico (AP) — Amid a worldwide frenzy of advertisers and new-agers preparing for a Maya apocalypse, one group is approaching Dec. 21 with calm and equanimity — the people whose ancestors supposedly made the prediction in the first place....

 

Leaders disagree about the facts

ST. PAUL – The only time Gov. Mark Dayton and the four legislative leaders sat down together before the 2013 legislative session produced few specifics, but gave a good indication about the mood to expect when the legislative session begins Jan. 8....

 

The Snow & Ice Management Association's Five Tips When Holiday Shopping in the Snow & Ice

Milwaukee--According to a November 2012 consumer survey by Consumer Reports, nearly 193 million adults plan to participate in the holiday shopping this year. In some areas of the country, holiday shopping means weathering the snow, ice and sleet on sidewalks, streets and parking lots to get to the stores. "Each year across the U...

 

Assistant Secretary Washburn Announces BIA Law Enforcement’s Holiday Season “Don’t Shatter the Dream” Mobilization for Indian Country

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn today announced that, starting on December 14, 2012, the Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Justice Services (OJS) will begin its “Don’t Shatter the Dream” campaign throughout Indian Country to prevent impaired driving during this holiday...

 
 By Curt Brown    News    December 17, 2012

In Minnesota classroom, 7th-graders face news in real time

Kim Campbell quieted her seventh-grade social studies students Friday afternoon in Room 614 of Hopkins West Junior High School. She told them her stomach hurt because she'd just spoken with a fellow teacher, who was crying about the Connecticut elementary school shooting. "I don't know what to say -- can you imagine those kids in grade school just learning to tie their shoes...

 

Some of the deadliest school shootings in the United States

A gunman at a Connecticut elementary school killed 26 people, 20 of them children, and himself on Friday. A look at some other school shootings in years past: _ April 2, 2012: A gunman killed seven people in a rampage at a Christian university in California. The suspect, One Goh, was angry because administrators refused to grant him a full tuition refund after he dropped out of...

 

Obama vows to use power of his office to safeguard children, but offers few specifics

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama is vowing to use "whatever power this office holds" to safeguard the nation's children, raising the prospect that he will pursue policy changes to stem gun violence in the wake of an elementary school massacre....

 

Weeks after shootings, Little Falls divided by tragedy

LITTLE FALLS, MINN. - The teenaged cousins were buried two weeks ago. The homeowner who shot them after they broke into his house has sat in the county jail ever since he spelled out the chilling details to local police....

 

Hewlett-Packard hit hard by decline in printing

As if Hewlett-Packard Co. didn't have enough problems with its lagging personal-computer business and its admission to having paid billions of dollars too much for software firm Autonomy, sales of printers -- long one of the Palo Alto, Calif., tech giant's main revenue sources -- are shriveling....

 

Women may hold key to unlocking Capitol gridlock

WASHINGTON - Last month, most of the 20 women who will serve in the Senate next year gathered at the Capitol for a meet-and-greet -- and a show of strength. Although it was a moment of celebration marking a historic number of women in the highest echelons of power, the meeting produced another milestone: "For the first time, there was a traffic jam in the Senate women's...

 

Heavy snow, warmth leave lake ice thin

A stolen car that sank through ice on a Minneapolis lake Thursday vividly illustrated the fact that lake ice across much of southern Minnesota isn't safe for any kind of recreation....

 

First Nations “war drums” will “ring loudly” if Attawapiskat Chief Spence dies: Nepinak

OTTAWA–The “long silent war drums” of First Nations people will pound again if Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence dies from her hunger strike, says the head of Manitoba’s largest chiefs organization....

 

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