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Red Lake Nation Embassy 7th Annual Christmas Party

The Red Lake Nation Embassy 7th Annual Christmas Party was held on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at the Minneapolis Convention Center....

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy 7th Annual Christmas Party - P2

The Red Lake Nation Embassy 7th Annual Christmas Party was held on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at the Minneapolis Convention Center....

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy 7th Annual Christmas Party - P3

The Red Lake Nation Embassy 7th Annual Christmas Party was held on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at the Minneapolis Convention Center....

 

Red Lake Nation Embassy 7th Annual Christmas Party - P4

The Red Lake Nation Embassy 7th Annual Christmas Party was held on Saturday, December 8, 2012 at the Minneapolis Convention Center....

 

Red Lake Nation College: College president appreciates his humble beginnings

RED LAKE – Red Lake Nation College President Dan King didn’t grow up on the reservation. Nor did he experience any affluence in his early years. Born in St. Paul, King lived with his mother and siblings in inner city public housing, Dunedin Terrace. “Everybody called it the Proj,” he said with a smile. “It kind of...

 

RED LAKE NATION 2012 TOY DRIVE CHALLENGE

RED LAKE NATION 2012 TOY DRIVE CHALLENGE WINNER: Red Lake Accounting Department $2,549.69 Raffle Drawing: $995.50 Ribeye Steak Dinner: $1,023.19 Staff Cash Donations: Darrell Seki, Sr. $100.00 Don Moos $100.00 Barb Beaulieu $100.00 Cindy Gagnon $50.00 Evelyn McKenzie $50.00 Maxine Charwood $50.00 Arlys Stillday $50.00 Jennifer...

 

Showing Newtown they're not alone - CNN.com Video

Poppy Harlow reports on a 'trip of healing' for students from Minnesota who have traveled to Newtown to offer support....

 

Thief River hands Red Lake third straight home loss 88-67 - P5

Thief River hands Red Lake third straight home loss 88-67 - P5...

 

Thief River hands Red Lake third straight home loss 88-67 - P6

Thief River hands Red Lake third straight home loss 88-67 - P6...

 

Red Lake Jr. High Boys and Girls Action with Cass Lake - P8

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 group delivers love to Newtown

Among those who gathered in Newtown, Conn., were 13 survivors of the 2005 school shooting on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. The group drove nearly 1,500 miles to support and comfort the families and survivors. They brought gifts intended to convey a message of resilience and hope, including a plaque that survivors of the 1999 Columbine shooting gave to them after their...

 

CodeRED Tips and Tricks for Registering or Opting Out

The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Management/Communications has a few tips on the CodeRED system for our citizens wishing to register or to opt out of the system. INITIAL INFORMATION: the system will only accept one entry of any phone number. If you have already put your number in and it rejects you, it is because it is already in there. The address is...

 

Construction Suspended for Season on CSAH 39

The ongoing construction that is taking place on Co Rd 39 (Scenic Highway) has subsided for the season and will resume in the spring. The detour is no longer in place and the highway is open to the public. However, the construction is not complete and there are areas where there is only a gravel surface. The Beltrami County Highway Department would ask that drivers traveling...

 

TRIBAL JUSTICE NEWS - December 21, 2012

PUBLIC CORRUPTION CASHIER AT TRIBAL CASINO INDICTED FOR INSIDER THEFT OF OVER $150,000 (U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma) Kimberly Dawn Logsdon, 39, of Anadarko, Okla., has been indicted by a federal grand jury for insider theft of over $150,000 from the Silver Buffalo Casino, announced Sanford C. Coats, U.S....

 

Assistant Secretary Washburn Visits Isleta Pueblo, Participates in BIA OJS National “Don’t Shatter the Dream” Campaign

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn visited the Pueblo of Isleta today to participate in the tribe’s impaired-driving checkpoint under the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ 2012 national campaign to prevent impaired driving during the holiday season, known as “Don’t Shatter the Dream.” Operated by the Bureau’s Office of Justice...

 

Special Learning, Inc. and Step By Step Announce Grant Recipients of the 2012 Helping Hearts for Autism Campaign

Special Learning, Inc. and Step By Step Announce Grant Recipients of the 2012 Helping Hearts for Autism Campaign Chicago, Ill. (PRWEB) - Special Learning, Inc., the leading global provider of mobile technology applications and educational resources for the autism community, and its strategic partner, Step By Step, a highly regarded nonprofit autism treatment center in central...

 

Holiday Lights in the Park continues to brighten spirits and give to those in need until Jan. 1

ST. PAUL, MN – December 19, 2012– There is still time to help others and check out The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) fifth annual Holiday Lights in the Park event at St. Paul’s Phalen Park. To date more than 10,000 vehicles have driven through one of the region’s biggest holiday lights. The displays will stay illuminated through Tuesday,...

 

Obama seeks scaled-down 'fiscal cliff' agreement

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has scaled back his ambitions for a sweeping budget bargain with Republicans. Instead, he's calling for a limited measure sufficient to prevent the government from careening off the "fiscal cliff" in January by extending tax cuts for most taxpayers and forestalling a painful set of agency budget cuts....

 

Food stamp debate divides health, hunger advocates

ST. PAUL – Should food stamp recipients be allowed to use their benefits to purchase soda and junk food?...

 

Santee tribe to honor anniversary of executions

SANTEE, Neb. (AP) — A day after Christmas, the Dakota people in Santee, Neb., will honor the 150th anniversary of the hanging deaths of 38 Dakota Sioux Indians — the largest mass execution in U.S. history....

 

For 12,000 unemployed Minnesotans, trouble hits next week

Another kind of fiscal cliff looms for 2.1 million jobless Americans, including thousands of Minnesotans....

 

Vikings-Packers start time changed; playoff update

The Vikings-Packers game time Sunday has been changed to 3:25 p.m. by the NFL. If the Vikings win, they will make the NFC playoffs as a wild-card. They can also make the playoffs, if they lose, if Chicago, Dallas and the N.Y. Giants also lose. The NFL also flexed the Dallas-Washington game, which will decide the NFC East title, to 7:20 p.m. and moved the New England-Miami game...

 

NRA rejects any new gun laws

WASHINGTON - An unwavering National Rifle Association (NRA) said Sunday that not a single new gun regulation would make children safer, that "a media machine" relishes blaming the gun industry for each new attack such as the one that occurred at a Connecticut elementary school a week ago, and that a White House task force on gun violence may try to undermine the Second...

 

Fiscal cliff negotiations tear at House GOP

The main thing that has held Republicans together philosophically is the belief in holding down taxes. Not one of them in Congress has voted for a significant increase in more than two decades....

 

Minnesotans pay a price for crop fertilizer at faucet

HASTINGS - Debbie Carlson can laugh at the irony: She's the wife of a well digger who can't find good water for his own family....

 

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