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District 1

Shoulder, lane closures on Highway 169 near Mille Lacs Lake begin May 2

BAXTER, Minn. — Motorists on Highway 169 between Onamia and Vineland may encounter delays when lanes and shoulders are closed during non-rush hours Monday, May 2 through mid-July. Motorists should expect the following: The two-lane segments of Highway 169 will…
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District 1

Onamia Schools to Hold K-12 Powwow May 13

The Onamia Indian Education Department is invited all families to attend the annual K-12 Onamia Schools Powwow May 13 from noon to 3 p.m. Students are encouraged to bring their regalia and celebrate the American Indian culture. Timber Trails and…
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New Aazhoomog Language Teacher Loves to Share the Gift

In Canada, where Tom Jack was raised, children were removed from their homes and sent to boarding schools until the late 20th century. Tom has vivid memories of the experience. As a five-year-old in the early 1960s, he was taken…
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District 1 District 2 District 3 Urban Area

Model Food Code Listening Session, May 24

Band members interested in building stronger communities with traditional and local foods are invited to attend a Model Food Code Listening Session on May 24 at Eddy's in District I. Last September, the Model Food and Agriculture Project was created…
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District 2

Scoping Meetings Planned for Sandpiper, Line 3

The Minnesota Department of Commerce will hold a series of meetings regarding the proposed Sandpiper and Line 3 pipelines, which would cross the Sandy Lake and Rice Lake watersheds in the District II area. Band members and the tribal government…
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District 1 District 2 District 3 Urban Area

Mille Lacs Polar Plungers Raise More Than $40,000

Last month 250 individuals registered and plunged at the fifth annual Lake Mille Lacs Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Minnesota.  Given the unseasonable weather and ice conditions, organizers were able to get more than 250 plungers through. On March…
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District 1

Shoulder, lane closures on Highway 169 near Mille Lacs Lake begin May 2

BAXTER, Minn. — Motorists on Highway 169 between Onamia and Vineland may encounter delays when lanes and shoulders are closed during non-rush hours Monday, May 2 through mid-July. Motorists should expect the following: The two-lane segments of Highway 169 will…
...Read More
District 1

Onamia Schools to Hold K-12 Powwow May 13

The Onamia Indian Education Department is invited all families to attend the annual K-12 Onamia Schools Powwow May 13 from noon to 3 p.m. Students are encouraged to bring their regalia and celebrate the American Indian culture. Timber Trails and…
...Read More
District 1 District 2 District 3 Urban Area

New Aazhoomog Language Teacher Loves to Share the Gift

In Canada, where Tom Jack was raised, children were removed from their homes and sent to boarding schools until the late 20th century. Tom has vivid memories of the experience. As a five-year-old in the early 1960s, he was taken…
...Read More
District 1 District 2 District 3 Urban Area

Model Food Code Listening Session, May 24

Band members interested in building stronger communities with traditional and local foods are invited to attend a Model Food Code Listening Session on May 24 at Eddy's in District I. Last September, the Model Food and Agriculture Project was created…
...Read More
District 2

Scoping Meetings Planned for Sandpiper, Line 3

The Minnesota Department of Commerce will hold a series of meetings regarding the proposed Sandpiper and Line 3 pipelines, which would cross the Sandy Lake and Rice Lake watersheds in the District II area. Band members and the tribal government…
...Read More
District 1 District 2 District 3 Urban Area

Mille Lacs Polar Plungers Raise More Than $40,000

Last month 250 individuals registered and plunged at the fifth annual Lake Mille Lacs Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Minnesota.  Given the unseasonable weather and ice conditions, organizers were able to get more than 250 plungers through. On March…
...Read More
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District 1

Shoulder, lane closures on Highway 169 near Mille Lacs Lake begin May 2

BAXTER, Minn. — Motorists on Highway 169 between Onamia and Vineland may encounter delays when lanes and shoulders are closed during non-rush hours Monday, May 2 through mid-July. Motorists should expect the following: The two-lane segments of Highway 169 will…
...Read More
District 1

Onamia Schools to Hold K-12 Powwow May 13

The Onamia Indian Education Department is invited all families to attend the annual K-12 Onamia Schools Powwow May 13 from noon to 3 p.m. Students are encouraged to bring their regalia and celebrate the American Indian culture. Timber Trails and…
...Read More
District 1 District 2 District 3 Urban Area

New Aazhoomog Language Teacher Loves to Share the Gift

In Canada, where Tom Jack was raised, children were removed from their homes and sent to boarding schools until the late 20th century. Tom has vivid memories of the experience. As a five-year-old in the early 1960s, he was taken…
...Read More
District 1 District 2 District 3 Urban Area

Model Food Code Listening Session, May 24

Band members interested in building stronger communities with traditional and local foods are invited to attend a Model Food Code Listening Session on May 24 at Eddy's in District I. Last September, the Model Food and Agriculture Project was created…
...Read More
District 2

Scoping Meetings Planned for Sandpiper, Line 3

The Minnesota Department of Commerce will hold a series of meetings regarding the proposed Sandpiper and Line 3 pipelines, which would cross the Sandy Lake and Rice Lake watersheds in the District II area. Band members and the tribal government…
...Read More
District 1 District 2 District 3 Urban Area

Mille Lacs Polar Plungers Raise More Than $40,000

Last month 250 individuals registered and plunged at the fifth annual Lake Mille Lacs Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Minnesota.  Given the unseasonable weather and ice conditions, organizers were able to get more than 250 plungers through. On March…
...Read More
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