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Articles from the January 13, 2023 edition

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Avery James Kingbird, Jr.

Avery James Kingbird, Jr. October 18, 2022 ~ January 7, 2023 Avery James Kingbird, Jr., Awaazisii – Bullhead Clan, infant son of Sydney Johnson and Avery Kingbird, Sr., travelled to the spirit world on Saturday, January 7, 2023. Avery was born on October 18, 2022, in Bemidji, MN. He was adored by his parents, brothers and...

 

Elaine Marie Jensen

Elaine Marie Jensen September 3, 1938 - January 9, 2023 Elaine Marie Jensen, 84, of Battle Township, MN died on Monday, January 9, 2023 at the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center in Bemidji, MN. Funeral Services will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, January 14, 2023 at the Cease Family Funeral Home in Blackduck, MN with Rev. Kristen...

 

Garland appoints special counsel to investigate Biden docs

WASHINGTON — Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday appointed a special counsel to investigate the presence of classified documents found at President Joe Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware, and at an unsecured office in Washington dating from his time as vice president. Robert Hur, a onetime U.S. attorney appointed by former President Donald Trump, will lead the...

 

Pediatric vaccinations decline in Minnesota amid COVID-19, parent hesitancy

Immunizations declined among kindergartners entering Minnesota schools last year, when concerns about COVID-19 vaccines carried over into hesitancy about shots to protect kids against measles and other infectious diseases. Only 89% of Minnesota kindergartners were vaccinated for measles, mumps and rubella in the 2021-2022...

 

What Minnesota's new tax law means for student borrowers, restaurants and other businesses

Gov. Tim Walz signed a fast-tracked proposal Thursday to cut more than $100 million in taxes for Minnesota restaurants and other businesses that got federal aid at the height of the pandemic. The new law, the first signed under DFL-controlled government, would also wipe away state taxes on student loan debt that could be...

 

Driver hits man in south Minneapolis before sunrise, leaves him to die in a snowbank

A motorist hit a pedestrian near Lake Nokomis before sunrise Thursday and drove away, leaving him to die in a snowbank, officials said. The crash occurred about 7:10 a.m. near the intersection of S. Cedar Avenue and E. Nokomis Parkway, police said. Police have yet to say what type of vehicle might be involved. Nor have they...

 

Government wants tractors back from Minnesota organic farmer accused of fraud

The legal fate of a southwestern Minnesota organic grain farmer accused of fraud has been stuck in neutral for months as the federal government and the farmer's attorney haggle over a number of procedural questions, including where to temporarily store the man's tractors. In the courtroom of federal Magistrate Judge David...

 

Russian forces press deadly assault for breakthrough in east

KYIV, Ukraine - Russia said Thursday that its forces are edging closer to capturing a salt-mining town in eastern Ukraine, which would mark an elusive victory for the Kremlin but come at the cost of heavy Russian casualties and extensive destruction of the territory they claim. More than 100 Russian troops were killed in the...

 

Storms, tornadoes slam US South, killing at least 7 people

SELMA, Ala. - A giant, swirling storm system billowing across the South on Thursday killed at least six people in central Alabama, where a tornado ripped roofs off homes and uprooted trees in historic Selma, while another person was killed in Georgia, where severe winds knocked out power to tens of thousands of people. In...

 

Minnesota lawmakers consider making Juneteenth an official state holiday

Minnesota lawmakers are considering legislation to designate Juneteenth, the celebration of the end of slavery in the United States, as a state holiday. Juneteenth has been recognized as a federal holiday since 2021, but less than half the states have moved to do the same. While Minnesota has symbolically recognized Juneteenth in the past, a bill authored by Sen. Bobby Joe...

 

IRS is late in paying back $11.5 million, so Mayo Clinic is asking for interest

ROCHESTER — In the wake of winning an $11.5 million judgment against the IRS in December, Mayo Clinic is back in court to demand interest totaling more than $1.5 million. On Jan. 6, 2023, Mayo Clinic filed a motion asking U.S. District Judge Eric Tostrud to clarify the specific amount of statutory interest owed by the IRS since the judge in the clinic’s favor on Dec. 10,...

 
 By Mary Balstad    News    January 13, 2023

Tribal Police Ask for Help in Locating Missing Mille Lacs Band Man

The Mille Lacs Tribal Police Department is requesting the public's help in finding a missing man. According to the press release, 47-year-old Dylan James Sam was last seen on November 29, 2022. He was last seen in the Mille Lacs Band Reservation area. Sam is described as 5'7″ and weighs approximately 150 pounds. The last...

 

Public Service Announcement: MLK Holiday Closures

Beltrami County offices and services, including the Sheriff’s Office Records and Court Divisions, will be closed on Monday, January 16th, 2023 in observance of Civil Rights Day / Martin Luther King Day. All Beltrami County Solid Waste Facilities will also be closed on Monday....

 

Cass Lake Panthers come on strong in last 5 minutes in their win over the Red Lake Warriors 86-71

In a make-up game played on Thursday, January 12, 2023, Red Lake hosted Cass Lake in front of a packed house. The Warriors kept pace with the Panthers pretty much all the first half and ended up trailing at the buzzer, 38-31. In the second half the Warriors were still only 6-points behind until about the 5-minute mark, when...

 

Cass Lake Panthers come on strong in last 5 minutes in their win over the Red Lake Warriors 86-71

In a make-up game played on Thursday, January 12, 2023, Red Lake hosted Cass Lake in front of a packed house. The Warriors kept pace with the Panthers pretty much all the first half and ended up trailing at the buzzer, 38-31. In the second half the Warriors were still only 6-points behind until about the 5-minute mark, when...

 

Santa and the U. S. Attorney's Office visit St. Mary's Mission School - P3

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....

 

Community Wellness Gathering Returns to Red Lake after two-year hiatus due to pandemic

The Fifteenth (non-consecutive) Red Lake Community Wellness Gathering was held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, January 9-11, 2023, at Red Lake Nation College in Red Lake. (Gatherings for 2021 and 2022 were not held due to COVID) This is the third year the Wellness Gathering has been held earlier in the year during the January...

 

Community Wellness Gathering opens at Red Lake Nation College - P4

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...

 

Lady Warriors topple Laporte Tigers 66-30 in Red Lake - P8

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/...

 

Mashpee Tribe Offers Show of Support for Chairman Charged in Thefts

One week after pleading not guilty to two criminal theft charges, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Chairman Brian Weeden returned to work today amid a show of support from the Tribe. Chairman Weeden, 30, had been on paid leave since early December 2022, when he was identified as a suspect in the theft of cultural items from the Plimoth...

 

Doctor Who Worked at IHS Facility in South Dakota Faces Criminal Charges for Child Molestation

SISSETON, S.D. - A former Indian Health Service (IHS) doctor who worked at a clinic on the Lake Traverse Reservation until last week is being extradited to California to face four criminal charges from October 2017 of lewd acts with a minor.  The doctor, Cesar Bartel, 47, was hired as an optometrist at the Woodrow Wilson...

 

Tribal teachings on opioids

Indigenous people are at higher risk of substance misuse and addiction than the general population. But they also have an added protective factor: their traditional cultures. The Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska is working to build on that to change the addiction and drug overdose situation. A study in the National Library of Medicine reports...

 

Red Lake Warriors slip by Deer River 75-73 in exciting first game of 2023 - P10

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 - P87

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 - P88

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

 

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