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Articles from the January 10, 2023 edition

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Community Wellness Gathering opens at Red Lake Nation College

Beautiful day with such amazing people. Good job to our facilitator Floyd Jourdain Jr. Cultural Coordinators Jason Hart and Kelly Iceman Sr. CHP Director's Tom Barrett and Tashina Brandchaud The Recovery Panel rocked the morning. Miigwech Terin Cobenais, Salina Jones, Andrew Kingbird, & David Bowen. Our community is so lucky...

 

Alcoholic Beverages soon to be served at Seven Clans Casino in Thief River Falls, MN

Thief River Falls, MN – Red Lake Gaming Inc. and Seven Clans Casinos are pleased and excited to announce that the sale of alcohol is in the works for the Thief River Falls location in the near future. The longstanding ban on alcohol at the Thief River Falls Casino will end soon. Red Lake tribal members held a special advisory...

 

Joshua Lee Needham, Jr.

Joshua Lee Needham, Jr. April 13, 2021 ~ January 4, 2023 (age 1) Joshua Lee Needham, Jr., Ogimaa binesi Niizho anaag "Chief Thunder Bird, Two Stars", age 1, travelled to the spirit world on Wednesday, January 4, 2023, in Fargo, ND. Joshua was born on April 13, 2021, in Coon Rapids, MN, to Lakeisha Chaboyea and Joshua Needham,...

 

Daniel Augustine Cloud-Raincloud

Daniel Augustine Cloud-Raincloud October 7, 1987 ~ December 24, 2022 (age 35) Daniel Augustine Cloud-Raincloud, 35, of Red Lake, Minnesota journeyed on to the spirit world on December 24th, 2022, in Bloomington, MN. Daniel was born on October 7th, 1987, in Bemidji, MN to Belva Cloud and Harold Raincloud, Sr. He was a sports...

 

David Wickner

David A. Wickner July 27, 1937 - January 7th, 2023 David A. Wickner was born to Alfred and Lottie Wickner July 27, 1937, in Pike Bay Township Minnesota. He grew up in Bemidji, MN, graduating from Bemidji Senior High, class of 1955. He worked road construction for years, he joined the MN National Guard and later enlisted in the...

 

Wallace Glenn Saice Jr.

Wallace Glenn Saice Jr. April 10, 1965 - January 5, 2023 Wallace Glenn Saice Jr., age 57, was born on April 10, 1965 in Cloquet, MN and started his journey home on January 5, 2023 in Duluth, MN. Wallace was a proud, loving, family man and was an entrepreneur with many talents that helped many throughout his success. He was...

 

DOJ reviewing potentially classified docs at Biden center

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department is reviewing a batch of potentially classified documents found in the Washington office space of President Joe Biden's former institute, the White House said Monday. Special counsel to the president Richard Sauber said "a small number of documents with classified markings" were discovered as Biden's personal attorneys were clearing out the...

 

Hennepin County Attorney dismisses rape case after senior prosecutor admitted to lying

Rape charges against a St. Paul man were dismissed Monday after a Hennepin County senior prosecutor admitted to lying over the contents of a note passed in court during his trial. Marco Tulio Rivera Enamorado, 35, was accused of first-degree criminal sexual conduct for allegedly raping a 14-year-old girl in June 2019. Four days...

 

Looking to buy Minnesota Vikings playoff tickets? It's possible, but it won't be cheap

Tickets are in short supply for the Minnesota Vikings' first home playoff appearance since 2018 - and they won't come cheap. The vast majority of reserved tickets - about 60,000 - are held by season ticket members, with the remainder controlled by Vikings players, coaches and staff, plus for the visiting team, said Jeff...

 

Minnesota Democrats roll out plan to protect election workers on 'front lines of democracy'

Minnesota could see new protections for the tens of thousands of people who manage state elections - and penalties for those who target them. Democrats now in control of all statewide offices and the Legislature are pushing a package of legislation that aims to crack down on rising harassment faced by election judges and...

 

Why the not-great Vikings have a decent chance of winning the not-great NFC

The Vikings enter the playoffs with one of the NFL's worst defenses, a makeshift offensive line, a history of postseason flops, a rookie head coach and a resume pocked with lopsided losses. They might be the worst 13-victory team in NFL history. They were outscored by three points over the course of the season, and only a wild...

 

UN says ozone layer slowly healing, hole to mend by 2066

DENVER - Earth's protective ozone layer is slowly but noticeably healing at a pace that would fully mend the hole over Antarctica in about 43 years, a new United Nations report says. A once-every-four-years scientific assessment found recovery in progress, more than 35 years after every nation in the world agreed to stop...

 

California deluge forces mass evacuations, boy swept away

LOS ANGELES - As another powerful storm walloped California, a 5-year-old boy was swept away by floodwaters Monday on the state's central coast and an entire seaside community that is home to Prince Harry, Oprah Winfrey and other celebrities was ordered to evacuate on the fifth anniversary of deadly mudslides there. Tens of...

 

Air quality alert for central and northwestern Minnesota in effect through Noon, Tuesday, Jan. 10

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has issued an air quality alert for central and northwestern Minnesota. The alert takes effect Monday, Jan. 9, beginning at 10 a.m. and runs until Tuesday, Jan. 10, at noon. Light winds combining with moisture from melting snow will trap fine particulate pollution near the surface...

 

MNsure Warns Against Scams During Open Enrollment

ST. PAUL, Minn.—MNsure, Minnesota’s health insurance marketplace, encourages consumers to be aware of scams targeting Minnesotans who need health insurance during the open enrollment period that runs through January 15, 2023. Scammers may use high-pressure phone calls or misleading websites to obtain personal information or try to fool Minnesotans into purchasing products...

 

MPCA seeks applicants for its environmental justice advisory group

(St. Paul, MN) – Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) Commissioner Katrina Kessler today encouraged members from diverse and underrepresented communities to apply for the agency’s environmental justice advisory group, a cohort of individuals from across Minnesota who advise the agency on matters related to environmental justice. Applications are open through Feb. 13,...

 

Lady Warriors topple Laporte Tigers 66-30 in Red Lake - P5

Lady Warriors topple Laporte Tigers 66-30 in Red Lake. The Lady Warriors will travel to Walker-Hackensack-Akley on Friday, January 6th, travel to Pine River on January 12th and host Mahnomen on January 16th. Red Lake Lady Warriors Basketball Schedule 2022-2023: https://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2022/10/...

 

Red Lake Warriors slip by Deer River 75-73 in exciting first game of 2023 - P7

The Red Lake Warriors hosted the Deer River Warriors on Tuesday, January 4, 2023, taking a 40-35 halftime lead and edging Deer River in the final 4.2 seconds of the game, 75-73. Red Lake trailed 69-71 with about 50 seconds on the clock and went ahead 72-71 with a 3-pointer by Ken Fox. Deer River missed their attempt at a 3, got...

 

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities - P81

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities Hundreds participate in annual Halloween event...

 

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities - P82

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities Hundreds participate in annual Halloween event...

 

Native America Calling: The benefits (and drawbacks) of college fraternities and sororities

Social connections and career networking are two of the top reasons college students seek out fraternities and sororities. Greek life supporters also say they offer mentorship, academic support, and life-long friendships. Native fraternities and sororities began in the mid 1990s and also offer a chance for Native students to...

 

'Bear Grease' hopes to make it to Broadway

Kinsale Drake, Diné, is a poet, playwright, and performer based in the Southwest. The Yale University alumni has had her work appear in Teen Vogue and Time Magazine. She was mostly recently announced as the 2022 Joy Harjo Poetry prize winner.  The musical “Bear Grease" is taking audiences by storm. The show is an Indigenous rendition of "Grease" that just finished its...

 

Turtle Mountain Housing Authority to build 52 new apartments for community members

Belcourt, N.D. - (Jan. 9, 2023) — Turtle Mountain Housing Authority (TMHA) recently closed with equity investor RBC Community Investments to begin construction on its $19 million affordable housing development, Turtle Mountain Homes #10. The development will provide 52 new apartments for community members on the Turtle Mountain Reservation in Belcourt, North Dakota....

 

STATEMENT BY DR. CALVIN MACKIE, FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT OF STEM GLOBAL ACTION

STATEMENT BY DR. CALVIN MACKIE, FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT OF STEM GLOBAL ACTION: STEM PROFESSIONALS SAVED NFL PLAYER DAMAR HAMLIN. IS IT TIME THE NFL COMMIT MORE TO STEM EDUCATION? NEW ORLEANS – "It was a stunning scene. A week ago, Damar Hamlin lay motionless on the football field. His Buffalo Bills teammates and players from the rival Cincinnati Bengals, some of the most...

 

Escape the Vape Video Challenge Returns for 2023

Middle and high school students across the state of Minnesota are being invited to participate in a contest to help educate their peers on the dangers of vaping with the chance to win up to $500 for students and $500 for their associated school or organization. To participate, students will submit a 30-second public service...

 

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