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  • Helen T. Lindemann

    Jan 12, 2023

    Helen T. Lindemann December 8, 1938 ~ January 7, 2023 (age 84) Helen Theresa Lindemann (White) Ga-Ga-Gii-we-EQuay, Raven Woman, was born December 8, 1938, into the Bear Clan and began her spiritual journey home on January 7, 2023, at the age of 84.  Helen was one of sixteen children born to Dan White and RoseMary Mitchell White. She was born at home in Boy Lake MN. Helen was raised and educated in the Boy Lake area. She is survived by four children, daughters: Vivian White of Crestline CA,...

  • Computer breakdown sows chaos across US air travel system

    Jan 12, 2023

    NEW YORK - Thousands of flights across the U.S. were canceled or delayed Wednesday after a system that offers safety information to pilots failed, and the government launched an investigation into the breakdown, which grounded some planes for hours. The Federal Aviation Administration said preliminary indications "traced the outage to a damaged database file." The agency said it would take steps to avoid another similar disruption. The breakdown showed how much American air travel depends on...

  • Free school meals would be standard in Minnesota under proposed legislation

    Jan 12, 2023

    Amber Lightfeather makes just enough money that her four children don't qualify for free lunch at school. But the $231 the Duluth mom estimates she pays out-of-pocket for those meals every month still makes a noticeable impact on the family finances. "It makes it really tough to budget," Lightfeather told the House Education Policy Committee on Wednesday. Such families - those who don't qualify for free or reduced-price meals but still face staggering grocery bills relative to their take-home...

  • Patient care advocates ask about plans for abortion, LGBTQ care with Sanford-Fairview merger

    Jan 12, 2023

    Patient advocates in the Twin Cities are worried about access to a variety of health care services, including abortion and transgender care, and inpatient mental health treatment, if a megamerger proceeds between the Sanford and Fairview health systems. Access was a recurring theme Tuesday night at a public meeting convened by Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison - the first of four scheduled to gather public input on the proposed combination. In an interview after the meeting in St. Paul,...

  • Rent assistance vouchers for 220,000 Minnesota households proposed at Capitol

    Jan 12, 2023

    A first-of-its-kind rent voucher proposal that could help 220,000 Minnesota households is percolating at the State Capitol. The program would cost roughly $1.7 billion each year - about 6% of the current state budget - and reduce the number of people who have languished on waitlists for housing subsidies through a government program known as Section 8. "That would drastically change my life. I wouldn't have to worry about, 'Oh, can I afford these groceries?' " said housing advocate Theresa...

  • Second Biden search yields additional classified documents

    Jan 12, 2023

    WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden's legal team found additional classified documents when they searched an additional location after finding secret government papers in a different Biden office in early November, according to a person familiar with the investigation. Earlier this week, a lawyer for Biden said the president's personal lawyers had discovered a small number of classified documents at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, an institute in downtown Washington that...

  • Vikings believe an unquantifiable connectedness will carry them through the postseason

    Jan 12, 2023

    The U.S. Bank Stadium crowd, which arrived on Dec. 17 anticipating a division title, had let out much of its frustration at the end of a first half after the Vikings fell behind the Colts 33-0. A staleness hung in the air as Adam Thielen paced the sideline before the start of the second half, approaching his teammates with a fist bump and a simple message. "Hey, I don't care what the score is - I love playing with y'all," said Thielen, who was wearing a live microphone for the game. "I love you...

  • U.S. Justice Department drops appeal of federal sentences for J. Alexander Kueng, Tou Thao

    Jan 12, 2023

    The U.S. Justice Department has dropped its appeal of federal sentences imposed last year on two ex-Minneapolis police officers convicted of violating George Floyd's civil rights during his 2020 murder. The Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals granted a request from federal prosecutors to drop their appeals of the sentences in the cases of J. Alexander Kueng and Tou Thao. Kueng and Thao are still appealing their convictions in the case handed down by a jury last year. Senior U.S. District Judge...

  • Minnesota nabs $1 million in national arts grants

    Jan 12, 2023

    Minnesota has nabbed $1.1 million in a new round of federal arts grants. The National Endowment for the Arts announced this week more than $34 million in awards to artists and arts organizations. Of that, Minnesota got 44 grants totaling $1.1 million. The grants will go to writers, theaters and cultural centers across the state - including $25,000 to the Franconia Sculpture Park, $30,000 to Northrop for its dance series and $10,000 to Brownbody, an ice-skating troupe that centers African...

  • 6 stabbed in Paris train station, attacker shot by police

    Jan 12, 2023

    PARIS - The Paris prosecutor said investigators haven't yet been able to identify the attacker who wounded six people with a sharp metallic hook in the French capital's Gare du Nord train station on Wednesday before being shot and wounded by police. The suspect attacked several people, including a police officer, during the morning rush hour "with no apparent reason at this stage," Paris prosecutor Laure Beccuau said in a statement. Beccuau said that the assailant was undergoing surgery at a...

  • Battle rages in Ukraine town; Russia shakes up its military

    Jan 12, 2023

    KYIV, Ukraine - The fate of a devastated salt-mining town in eastern Ukraine hung in the balance Wednesday in one of the bloodiest battles of Russia's invasion, while Ukraine's unflagging resistance and other challenges prompted Moscow to shake up its military leadership again. Russian forces used jets, mortars and rockets to bombard Soledar in an unrelenting assault. Soledar's fall, while unlikely a turning point in the nearly 11-month war, would be a prize for a Kremlin starved of good...

  • More than the boxscore: Numbers from high school basketball

    Jan 12, 2023

    35: Points scored by Detroit Lakes 6-2 junior guard Mason Carrier in an 80-75 victory over Willmar in boys basketball. It was his second 30-point game. 36: Points scored by Benilde-St. Margaret's 6-1 junior guard Olivia Olson in a 92-83 loss to Chaska in girls basketball. It was the second consecutive 30-point performance for Olson, who is committed to Michigan for college. 40: Points scored by Northfield 6-3 senior guard Soren Richardson in a 90-84 victory over Albert Lea in Big 9 Conference boys basketball. 40: Points scored by...

  • Bagley School Bus Accident Results in Injuries to Driver and Student

    Mary Balstad, Lakeland News|Jan 12, 2023

    Two people were injured after a Bagley school bus collided with an SUV just west of Bagley this morning. According to the Minnesota State Patrol report, on Wednesday, January 11 at approximately 10:03 a.m., a Honda HR-V driven by 54-year-old Eric Norgaard of Bemidji was headed westbound on Highway 2 when it collided with a Bagley School District bus. The bus was driving northbound on Clearwater County Road 7 when the accident occurred. The bus driver, Felry Larson, 62, and one student on board sustained minor injuries. Bagley School...

  • Pelosi Helped SF Urban Indian Development Net $750k in Federal Funding

    Jan 12, 2023

    In one of her last acts as Speaker of the House, U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) secured $750,000 for an urban Indian development that will provide housing, healthcare, community gathering space, and social services for the more than 9,000 Native Americans and Alaska Natives living in San Francisco.  The funding, which was part of the $1.7 trillion spending bill, is for The Village SF, a project of Friendship House, the oldest urban Indian services organization in the U.S. Slated to open in...

  • Indigenous artist featured at Super Bowl for first time

    Jan 12, 2023

    For the first time, an Indigenous artist’s works will be featured at the Super Bowl, gracing game tickets, displays and a massive Super Bowl mural in downtown Phoenix with images that reflect her multicultural roots. Phoenix-based artist Lucinda Hinojos — who is Mexican-American as well as Pascua Yaqui, Chiricahua Apache, White Mountain Apache, and Pima — was chosen by the National Football League as the marquee artist of Super Bowl LVII, which will be played Feb. 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Her key design, unveiled...

  • Quarterly Meeting Held January 6, 2023 in Sugar Point

    Jan 12, 2023

    SUGAR POINT – The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe held their Quarterly Meeting in person Friday, January 6th, at the Sugar Point community center. Tribal Chairman Faron Jackson Sr. gave the opening remarks followed by a financial report from Secretary-Treasurer, Lenny Fineday. The report featured financial data from both government and gaming operations. A number of resolutions concerning enrollment were passed at the meeting. These resolutions included new enrollments, ineligible enrollments, and...

  • 16–17-Year-Old High School Students: Enter the Paul Bunyan Communications Youth Tour Essay Contest for a Chance to Win a Trip to Washington D.C. Deadline is Thursday, March 2

    Brian Bissonette, Paul Bunyan Communications|Jan 12, 2023

    (Bemidji, MN) (January 11, 2023) Area High School Students age 16 or 17 are encouraged to enter the Paul Bunyan Communications Essay Contest for a chance to attend the 2023 Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. May 31-June 4, with all expenses paid by Paul Bunyan Communications. Students interested in attending the Youth Tour need to submit a short essay, no more than 500 words in length, on why they would like to attend the Youth Tour. Students must be 16 or 17 years of age and in high school with...

  • Santa and the U. S. Attorney's Office visit St. Mary's Mission School

    SMMS|Jan 12, 2023

    On Wednesday, January 11, 2023, with the help of the U. S. Attorney's Office, paid a visit to St. Mary's Mission School in Red Lake. This event was originally scheduled for December, but bad weather at the time postponed it....

  • Santa and the U. S. Attorney's Office visit St. Mary's Mission School - P2

    SMMS|Jan 12, 2023

    On Wednesday, January 11, 2023, with the help of the U. S. Attorney's Office, paid a visit to St. Mary's Mission School in Red Lake. This event was originally scheduled for December, but bad weather at the time postponed it....

  • Oak Hills Christian College winners over Red Lake Nation College 93-63

    Floyd Buck Jourdain, RLNC|Jan 12, 2023

    On Wednesday, January 11, 2023, the Red Lake Nation College played host to Oak Hills Christian College, losing 93-63....

  • Community Wellness Gathering opens at Red Lake Nation College - P3

    Jan 12, 2023

    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 to have you doing amazing work. Day one was a success. Remember to rock your ribbions tomorrow. Miigwech to Registration Crew Connie Berg, Karen Graves, Heather Donnell,...

  • Lady Warriors topple Laporte Tigers 66-30 in Red Lake - P7

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 12, 2023

    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/2022/10/31/sports/red-lake-lady-warriors-basketball-schedule-2022-2023/109803.html...

  • Red Lake Warriors slip by Deer River 75-73 in exciting first game of 2023 - P9

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 12, 2023

    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 the rebound, but turned it back over to Red Lake, followed by a foul on their breakaway. Red Lake made 1 of 2 free-throws and with the clock winding down, tied the game...

  • Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities - P85

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 12, 2023

    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 - P86

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 12, 2023

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

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