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Red Lake Food Initiative Keeps Growing

Red Lake reservation members are trying to grow a better future for locals. The Red Lake Local Food Initiative has been in the works for the last year. The group has gone to seminars and training sessions to better prepare themselves for growing a large garden of vegetables,...

Red Lake Elders Reunite to Celebrate Life and Native Culture

Anishaa, which means “just for fun” in Ojibwe, is the mood set for all elders at the 6th annual Red Lake Gathering of Elders. The two-day event provides all elders above the age of 55 an opportunity to reunite with old friends, meet new ones and also to be informed of...
Posted On May. 10 2016

11th Red Lake Youth Conference Empowers Native Youth for the Future

Moccasin making, jewelry designing – these are just some of the skills Native American elders are teaching the youth, at the 11th Annual Red Lake Youth Conference. This year’s theme is ‘Shaping the Future.’ Keynote speakers addressed topics such as suicide...
Posted On May. 4 2016

Lakeland Currents 902 – Bemijigamaag Powwow

Lakeland Currents host Bethany Wesley welcomes Maggie Montgomery, General Manager of Northern Community Radio, and Darryl Northbird, Bemijigamaag Sanford Center Powwow Organizer. Together, they’ll discuss planning efforts behind this major event taking place at the Sanford Center...
Common Ground 712: Powwow

Common Ground 712 – Sanford Center Bemijigamaag Powwow

Visit Bemidji’s Sanford Center for a look back at the April, 4th 2015 Bemijigamaag PowWow. Hear from local leaders, Bemidji Mayor Rita Albrecht, Leech Lake Chairwoman Carri Jones, Red Lake Chairman Darrell G. Seki Sr., & former Chairwoman Erma Vizenor about the historical and...

3-Walleye Limit on Upper Red Lake Continues From Winter

Less restrictive walleye regulations put in place on Upper Red Lake this past winter will continue when the 2016 open water season opens on Saturday, May 14, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The daily bag and possession limit will be three walleye, with...
Posted On Apr. 4 2016

Red Lake Rallies From Tragedy To Make State Tournament

Just three weeks before the Red Lake basketball season was set to begin, tragedy struck the team and head coach Roger White. For White, losing 15-year-old son Aaron to cancer made it hard to focus on basketball. But the team has rallied around him, and now they’re headed back to...

Petition Opposes Red Lake Settlement

A petition is moving between Red Lake Band members that could have an impact on the tribe’s decision to accept a settlement with Enbridge Energy over use of reservation land. Lakehead Pipeline Co. originally used the land with the idea that they had the right authorization....

Red Lake Boys Basketball Look For Third Straight Trip to State

This year’s Red Lake Boys Basketball team isn’t the same team that’s gone to state the past two years. The Warriors lose seven players off a squad that went 23-6 last year and lost in the first round of the Class A state tournament. But that doesn’t mean the expectations have...

Tribal Flags Bring Nations Together

Leech Lake and Red Lake reservation leaders hope to strengthen relationships with the Beltrami County court system. All three groups hope to do this with a symbolic gesture: the placement of both tribal flags in Beltrami Country courtrooms. The hope with this ceremony was to...

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