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Ponemah Man Sentenced To 20 Years In Prison For Aggravated Sexual Assault

A 24-year-old Ponemah man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for aggravated sexual abuse. Dana Lee Cobenais, an enrolled member of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa, was sentenced Wednesday before Senior U.S. District Judge Richard Kyle in Duluth. Following a three-day trial...
Posted On Aug. 10 2016

Early Morning Storms Sweep Through The Red Lake Region

Early Tuesday morning, severe weather blew through central Beltrami County hitting the communities of Little Rock, Red Lake and Redby. Heavy rain mixed with high winds caused extensive damage to trees, structures, and vehicles.   Around 1:00 a.m. the storm hit and knocked...

Bemidji Prays For Law Enforcement

After recent tragic events and backlash against law enforcement over the past few weeks, a grassroots effort brought fourth a prayer vigil for local officers.  

Red Lake Sobriety Run To Return

The Red Lake Band of Chippewa will host an annual sobriety run at the beginning of August. This event is all about spreading the message of recovery and healthy lifestyles. It is a collaborative effort between the Red Lake, Leech Lake, White Earth and Fond du Lac tribes. After an...

Red Lake Nation Elects New District Representatives

Red Lake Nation members have chosen four district representatives after casting their votes in a run off tribal election Wednesday. Winners of the following districts are: Ponemah: Glenda J. Martin won 53-percent of the votes, defeating Daniel C. Johnson 231-203 votes...
Posted On Jul. 21 2016

Ojibwe Camp Keeps Language and Culture Alive

It’s never too young to get back to your roots, nor is it ever too late. That’s why the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians are making sure there’s always an opportunity to learn. The annual Red Lake Ojibwe Language and Culture camp returns for its fourth year and number of...
Posted On Jul. 19 2016

Bonding Failure Frustrates Bemidji Leaders

Failure by officials to pass a bonding bill left several Bemidji projects behind. That news has frustrated several town leaders, including city councilman Michael Meehlhause, who is an alumnus of Bemidji State University. Their proposed project, which would use $18 million from...

Ojibwe Language and Culture Camp Dates Set for July

Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians will host an Ojibwe Language and Culture Camp on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, July 19 to 21, 2016 from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. for the fourth consecutive year. The three-day camp is open to kids ages 6 to 18. It will feature canoeing,...
Posted On Jul. 7 2016

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

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