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Articles from the December 19, 2012 edition

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Red Lake grads to offer comfort to Newtown, Conn., families

RED LAKE – Justin Jourdain is among the few people who just might be able to understand. Jourdain, a 2008 graduate of Red Lake High School, was in the school on March 21, 2005, when 16-year-old Jeff Weise shot and killed five students, a teacher and a security guard before killing himself. Jourdain now is leading 10 Red Lake g...

 

Former Red Lake Students Going to Newtown to Show Support - VIDEO

Former Red Lake Students Going to Newtown to Show Support - VIDEO...

 

RLES Christmas Program 2012

RLES Christmas Program 2012...

 

Red Lake Jr. High Boys and Girls Action with Cass Lake

7th grade girls won, 30-24; 8th grade girls also 32-16. 7th grade boys come up short, 8th grade boys won bit 69-37....

 

Red Lake Jr. High Boys and Girls Action with Cass Lake - P2

7th grade girls won, 30-24; 8th grade girls also 32-16. 7th grade boys come up short, 8th grade boys won bit 69-37....

 

Red Lake Entrepreneur Program sponsors Arts & Crafts Christmas Sale - P7

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 - P8

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 - P5

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 - P6

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

 

Lady Warriors go to 5-0 with 80-55 win over Cass Lake - P7

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.minnesotasportsonline.com/gamerecap.php?yid=1213&gameid=792983...

 

Lady Warriors go to 5-0 with 80-55 win over Cass Lake - P8

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.minnesotasportsonline.com/gamerecap.php?yid=1213&gameid=792983...

 

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95 - P7

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/gamerecap.php?yid=1213&gameid=794191...

 

Warriors upset by Panthers in Red Lake 96-95 - P8

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/gamerecap.php?yid=1213&gameid=794191...

 

Interior Launches Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations to Manage $1.9 Billion Trust Land Consolidation Fund

Implementation plan to help unlock lands for tribal economic develoment, self-governance purposes; initial plan emphasizes tribal consultation, flexibility as keys to success WASHINGTON D.C. –The Department of the Interior today announced the initial framework of the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations that will purchase fractional interests in American Indian trust...

 

Beltrami County Board: Road conditions are major citizen concern

The public hearing on the Capital Improvement Plan for transportation drew a crowd to the Beltrami County Board meeting Tuesday....

 

Brainerd tops Bemidji, Jacks still looking for first win

BEMIDJI – The four-game homestand to begin the season is over and after Tuesday’s 83-64 loss to Brainerd the Bemidji boys basketball team continues its search for that elusive initial victory....

 

Man, who swindled nearly $300K from wild rice company, ordered to jail time, probation

DEER RIVER – A Colorado man must spend 20 years on probation for swindling nearly $300,000 from a wild rice company....

 

Extension offers resources for school violence recovery

MINNEAPOLIS – The University of Minnesota Extension has educational resources available to guide families, schools and communities as they help youth recover from school violence. Topics available through the Extension’s website include: - How to talk to children and teens of every age after the tragedy - Helping children through grief, distress and fear - Information for...

 

Shakopee Mdewakanton Organic Recycling Facility to Accept Christmas Trees

Prior Lake, MN – Wondering what to do with your live Christmas tree once the holidays are over and its needles start dropping? The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community invites the general public to drop off their live Christmas tree, at no charge, at the Organics Recycling Facility (ORF) after the holidays. The trees must be free of tinsel, flocking, and other...

 

Statement of Assistant Secretary Kevin K. Washburn on the Passing of Sen. Daniel K. Inouye

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn today issued the following statement on the passing of United States Senator Daniel K. Inouye: “Senator Inouye was a remarkable man who served his country at a time of its greatest peril during World War II and later as a distinguished member of Congress. His endurance of racial prejudice made him...

 
 By John Myers    News    December 19, 2012

Minnesota Chippewa tribes get millions to solidify land ownership

The U.S government on Tuesday unveiled its largest-ever program to help American Indian tribes identify and buy back land broken up from reservations 125 years ago. The Interior Department announced that $1.9 billion is now available to help tribes acquire ownership of million acres of land allotted to individual Indians in 1887. That’s when the government broke up...

 
 Events   

Ponemah Elementary Christmas Program Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 1:30 PM

Ponemah Elementary Christmas Program Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 1:30 PM...

 
 Events   

Balancing Our Lifestyles - Holiday Open House

Balancing Our Lifestyles - Holiday Open House Thursday, December 20th Balancing Our Lifestyles Building 11 AM to 2 PM OPEN TO EVERYONE Soup, Cookies and Holiday Punch will be served. Call Balancing Our Lifestyles for questions at 679-4144....

 
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Sobriety Feast - Last Wednesday of every month

Sobriety Feast Come Help Us Celebrate Sobriety! Open to the Public and all Red Lake Chemical Health Workers and Clients Pot Luck , Bring a dish if you can, if not please attend anyways! 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Last Wednesday of every month...

 

NRA ends silence on school shooting, promises 'to help to make sure this never happens again'

WASHINGTON - After four days of self-imposed silence on the shooting that killed 26 people inside a Newtown, Conn., elementary school, the nation's largest gun rights lobby emerged Tuesday and promised "to offer meaningful contributions to help make sure this never happens again."...

 

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