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Minnesota Legislators Visit Red Lake High School

In early December 2011, some Minnesota State Senators and Representatives toured educational facilities in the state in an effort to better understand the projects they were involved in. One of the sites visited, was the Red Lake High School and Middle School, who have been trying to secure funding from the state to finish...

 

Minnesota Legislators Visit Red Lake High School - P2

In early December 2011, some Minnesota State Senators and Representatives toured educational facilities in the state in an effort to better understand the projects they were involved in. One of the sites visited, was the Red Lake High School and Middle School, who have been trying to secure funding from the state to finish...

 

Minnesota Legislators Visit Red Lake High School - P3

In early December 2011, some Minnesota State Senators and Representatives toured educational facilities in the state in an effort to better understand the projects they were involved in. One of the sites visited, was the Red Lake High School and Middle School, who have been trying to secure funding from the state to finish...

 

Minnesota Legislators Visit Red Lake High School - P4

In early December 2011, some Minnesota State Senators and Representatives toured educational facilities in the state in an effort to better understand the projects they were involved in. One of the sites visited, was the Red Lake High School and Middle School, who have been trying to secure funding from the state to finish...

 

Warriors take 4th in TRF Tournament - Lose 109-84 to Northern Freeze

Warriors take 4th in TRF Tournament - Lose 109-84 to Northern Freeze Holthusen hits tournament record 44...

 

Red Lake B-Team and Other Action

Red Lake B-Team and Other Action...

 

Red Lake B-Team and Other Action - P2

Red Lake B-Team and Other Action - P2...

 

Two northern Minnesota stations gain membership status

Membership applications from KOJB-FM (90.1 FM The Eagle) serving the Leech Lake Reservation and KBFT (89.9 FM) serving Nett Lake have been approved by the Association of Minnesota Public Educational Radio stations. KOJB is licensed to and operated by the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe and KBFT is licensed to and operated by Bois Forte Band of Chippewa. With the additional stations,...

 

Census Bureau Projects U.S. Population of 312.8 Million on New Year’s Day

As our nation prepares to ring in the new year, the U.S. Census Bureau today projected the Jan. 1, 2012, total United States population will be 312,780,968. This would represent an increase of 2,250,129, or 0.7 percent, from New Year’s Day 2011, and an increase of 4,035,430, or 1.3 percent, since Census Day (April 1, 2010). In January 2012, one birth is expected to occur...

 

Modular homes on their way to Attawapiskat

Residents of Attawapiskat will be seeing some relief in the coming weeks. Aboriginal Affairs has announced that the twenty-two modular homes are en route to Moosonee, ON, where they’ll be delivered to Attawapiskat once the winter roads open. As well, people can now move in to the community healing lodge....

 

Dissension after Chukchansi council meeting

Chukchansi chairman Reggie Lewis and treasurer Chance Alberta have refused to step down from tribal council after being outvoted during a Dec. 3 election, locking the gates to the tribal offices Monday....

 

Fond du Lac Band Expanding in Radio

DULUTH, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - The Fond du Lac Band is expanding its business horizons further into radio. The Band has an agreement with QB Broadcasting to purchase the classic rock station WKLK in Cloquet and the oldies station WMOZ in Moose Lake....

 

Literature the Ojibwe Way: Erdrich Sisters’ Wiigwaas Press Helps Preserve Ojibwemowin

“Thank you for helping to save the world.” That’s how Ojibwe language teacher Dan Jones greeted his beginners class after explaining that some believe an end to the language means the end of all things. By learning Ojibwemowin and keeping it alive, the Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College instructor said, his students could take credit for helping to save the Earth....

 

Former Navajo cop indicted on charges of sexual abuse

FARMINGOTON – A federal grand jury in Albuquerque indicted a former police officer with the Navajo Police Department on charges related to the sexual abuse of a woman who was in his custody on January 25, 2009, according to a news release provided by the Department of Justice....

 

Former Poplar police chief adjudicated

The former police chief of Poplar, Chad Arnold Hilde, age 43 has entered into a deferred prosecution agreement and agreed to pay a $500 state fee over the illegal killing of four moose on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in 2008. Continue reading on Examiner.com Former Poplar police chief adjudicated - Billings Economy | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/...

 

Woman beaten with gun on Sask. reserve

A 36-year-old woman is in hospital after an assault on the Red Pheasant First Nation near North Battleford. The RCMP have charged two people, but don't have them in custody yet....

 

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