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Articles from the January 19, 2023 edition

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Donald "Donny" Lynn Bellanger

Donald "Donny" Lynn Bellanger May 26, 1961 ~ January 16, 2023 (age 61) Donald "Donny" Lynn Bellanger, "Miskwa Inining" meaning "Red Man", age 61, of the Bear Clan and Redby, MN journeyed to the Spirit World on Monday, January 16, 2023, from the Sanford Medical Center in Bemidji, MN. He was born on May 26, 1961, in Red Lake, MN,...

 

Milton Howard Campbell

Milton Howard Campbell October 1, 1933 ~ January 14, 2023 (age 89) Milton H. Campbell Milton (Mit) Campbell and was born on October 1st, 1933 to Charles and Margaret Campbell in Onigum, Minnesota. He spent his childhood years in Sugar Point on Leech Lake reservation. He was the youngest of seven children. He enlisted in the US...

 

MnDOT closes Cedar-Riverside homeless encampment in Minneapolis

With a day's notice to vacate, the homeless occupants of the Samatar Crossing encampment in Minneapolis' Cedar-Riverside neighborhood packed their belongings in garbage bags and evacuated the snowy clearing overlooking Interstate 94 where many had lived for months. The encampment was located on Minnesota Department of...

 

Up to 8 inches of snow coming to SE. Minn.; 2 to 6 inches in metro

By this time in January, the Twin Cities has typically picked up about 25 inches of snow. This season, the metro has seen almost double that — and a few more inches are on the way. A storm moving into Minnesota on Wednesday night will drop 2 to 6 inches of snow across the metro before ending midday Thursday. The heaviest amounts are expected in the southern and eastern...

 

Hennepin County Attorney declines to pursue charges against North High principal

The Hennepin County Attorney's Office is declining to look into potential criminal charges against Minneapolis North Community High School's principal over a school walkout on the afternoon sophomore Deshaun Hill Jr. was shot and killed last year. Top prosecutor Mary Moriarty issued a written statement Wednesday in response to...

 

Kirk Cousins expected to stay, Ed Donatell in limbo as Vikings process playoff loss

Three days after a home playoff loss ended the Vikings' 13-win season, General Manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah reached back into his Wall Street past for context about a unique run that met an abrupt end. "I'm a little out of it, so I couldn't tell you where the S&P500 is, but I would say obviously you have startups and you have your...

 

St. Paul approves $1.3 million settlement to family of man killed by police

St. Paul City Council members have approved a $1.3 million settlement with the family of Marcus Golden, eight years after the 24-year-old Black man was shot and killed by police. The settlement, approved Wednesday, will dismiss officers involved in Golden's death as defendants in the lawsuit while granting his aunt Monique...

 

Bemidji residents weigh in on proposed Sanford-Fairview merger

Bemidji residents voiced strong support and, in some cases, spirited opposition Tuesday night for Sanford Health and its proposed mega-merger with Fairview Health Services - reflecting how hospitals can deeply influence life in smaller communities. About two-thirds of speakers lauded the South Dakota-based health system and...

 

Ukraine helicopter crash kills interior minister, others

BROVARY, Ukraine - A helicopter carrying Ukraine's interior minister crashed into a kindergarten in a foggy residential suburb of Kyiv on Wednesday, killing him and about a dozen other people, including a child on the ground, authorities said. Interior Minister Denys Monastyrskyi, who oversaw the country's police and emergency...

 

Mother, 1-year-old son killed in Alaska polar bear attack

ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A polar bear chased several residents around a tiny, isolated Alaska Native whaling village, killing a mother and her 1-year-old son in an extremely rare attack before another community member shot and killed the bear, authorities said. The fatal mauling, the first in more than 30 years in Alaska, happened...

 

Minnesota leaders aim for fast action on infrastructure

Minnesota leaders have failed to devote significant dollars to roads, buildings and other infrastructure the past two years, compounding an expensive backlog of statewide needs. Now legislators are contemplating fast action to catch up, with some eyeing two rounds of construction money in one year. "These same projects are...

 

State of Alaska Sues Interior Over Tlingit and Haida Land Trust Transfer

One week after the Central Council of the Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska signed the official deed to put its first parcel of land into federal trust, the state of Alaska has sued the federal government in an effort to nullify the land transfer.  In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in an Alaskan federal court, the state...

 

'A pattern of disrespect'

Leaders of the Seneca Nation are speaking out after the governor of New York vetoed a bill that would have protected burial grounds across the state. At the Seneca Nation Council's first meeting of 2023, the tribe's legislative body said the veto by Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) leaves New York as one of the few places where unmarked...

 

Native America Calling: Lumbee Tribe vs. the KKK

The Battle of Hayes Pond in 1958 wasn't much of a battle. But it was a major victory in the effort to stop the momentum of the Ku Klux Klan in the South. Wednesday on Native America Calling, on the 65th anniversary of the night members of the Lumbee Tribe showed up in force to stop a KKK rally in Robeson County, we'll revisit...

 

Energy department offers lithium mine $700M loan

Citing a need to secure a domestic supply of lithium for electric car batteries, the Biden Administration has pledged $700 million for a planned lithium mine on the habitat of an endangered Nevada wildflower. On Friday, the U.S. Department of Energy announced it agreed to provide the attractive financing to Australian developer Ioneer Inc. under a “conditional commitment...

 

Broadband Grant Awarded to Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe

CASS LAKE- The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe recently was awarded an $18.7 million broadband grant courtesy of The Department of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA.) The grant comes from  NTIA's "Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program (TBCP)". Leech Lake was one of only two Tribes to be...

 

Lady Warriors unable to keep pace with Deer River in second half, lose at home 74-37 - P2

Lady Warriors unable to keep pace with Deer River in second half, lose at home 74-37 Lady Warriors Junior High loses 16-13 in early game...

 

Mahnomen-Waubun winners in second game of double-header, 80-68 over Red Lake Warriors - P3

Mahnomen-Waubun winners in second game of double-header, 80-68 over Red Lake Warriors Lady Warriors also fall to Lady Thunderbirds in earlier game, 69-28...

 

Lady Warriors fall to Lady Thunderbirds in early game, 69-28, in Red Lake - P3

Lady Warriors fall to Lady Thunderbirds in early game, 69-28, in Red Lake Mahnomen-Waubun winners in second game of double-header, 80-68 over Red Lake Warriors...

 

Cass Lake Panthers come on strong in last 5 minutes in their win over the Red Lake Warriors 86-71 - P5

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 - P6

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....

 

Red Lake Warriors slip by Deer River 75-73 in exciting first game of 2023 - P13

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 - P92

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

 

MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST - OMBIMINDWAA GIDINAWEMAAGANINAADOG (FAMILY & CHILDREN SERVICES)

VACANCY ANNOUNCMENT MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST OMBIMINDWAA GIDINAWEMAAGANINAADOG (FAMILY & CHILDREN SERVICES) Open: January 19, 2023 Close: February 3, 2023 @ 2:00 p.m. PRIMARY FUNCTION: To maintain the program facility and equipment in accordance with established policy and procedures. Reports to Director of Family & Childr...

 

PT RECEPTIONIST- NORTHERN WINDS TREATMENT CENTER - RED LAKE CHEMICAL HEALTH PROGRAM

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT PT RECEPTIONIST- NORTHERN WINDS TREATMENT CENTER RED LAKE CHEMICAL HEALTH PROGRAM Open: January 19, 2023-Until filled PRIMARY FUNCTION: Greet visitors, answer telephones, and direct people and communications within program policy. Reports to Supervisor of Northern Winds Treatment Center. Part time position...

 

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