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Red Lake Warriors out-gunned in 88-67 home loss to Cass Lake Panthers - P13

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors came off a 77-71 win, their fourth win in a row, over Pine River on Friday, February 5, 2021, to face a fast Cass Lake-Bena Panther team on Tuesday, February 9th, and were outscored in both halves 45-33 and 43-34 respectively. Cass Lake improved their season record to 6-2 with the 88-67...

 

Lady Warriors win 4th straight in impressive 115-13 victory over Laporte in 2021 Home Opener - P25

RED lAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors won their season home opener and 4th straight game on Monday, February 1, 2021, taking a 67-2 halftime lead and having no trouble adding to it for the win, 115-13. Five Lady Warriors were in double figures. Rose McClain led all scorers with 22 points, Mimi Beaulieu added 21 points,...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 1, 2021

Looking Back to June 2011 - Red Lake Elementary School Academy - P44

Looking Back to June 2011 - Red Lake Elementary School Academy - P29...

 

ASSET MANAGER-TWIN CITIES AREA - RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT ASSET MANAGER-TWIN CITIES AREA RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS Open: March 1, 2021 Closing: March 19, 2021 @ 12:00 p.m. PRIMARY FUNCTION: The primary responsibility of the Asset Manager is monitoring the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians long-term owner interests to obtain goals of each assigned property....

 

Minnesota's Infrastructure Union Reaffirms Support to Raise Taxes on Richest One Percent

Saint Paul, MN – Today, Joel Smith, President and Business Manager of LIUNA Minnesota and North Dakota repeated the union’s support of raising needed revenue following the Minnesota Office of Management and Budget’s projection of a $1.6 billion surplus. “Our members want the richest one percent to pay their fair share in taxes, regardless of a forecasted positive...

 
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COVID-19 VACCINATION FOR RED LAKE RESERVATION COMMUNITY MEMBERS

COVID-19 VACCINATION FOR RED LAKE RESERVATION COMMUNITY MEMBERS March 3, 4 and 5 - Red Lake Hospital PT Department - 8:30 AM - 3 PM Registration on site at each event First and Second doses offered...

 

Haaland Hearing Brought Pride and Disgust

It was difficult to not get emotional as Rep. Deb Haaland testified at her confirmation hearing to become the 54th secretary of Dept. of the Interior before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. The hearing that was held over two days and three rounds of questioning produced feelings of pride and disgust. I was...

 

Protesting Pipelines Through Street Murals: "The Paint Does All the Talking"

OAKLAND, Calif. - Several Native American groups, and other allies, took to a downtown Oakland, Calif street in front of the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building on Saturday, Feb. 27, to protest oil pipelines and bring attention to the West Berkeley Shellmound that descendants of the Ohlone Tribe want returned to them as the...

 

President Biden to NCAI: "I'm committed to working with you to write a new and better chapter"

WASINGTON — With just over one month into his term, President Joe Biden addressed the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) 2021 Winter Session virtually last week. Because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, NCAI decided to hold its annual winter session remotely this year. Typically, hundreds of tribal leaders would have gathered in Washington, D.C. for the conference...

 

Tribes want Native statue to replace one tied to massacre

DENVER — Months after protesters tore down a statue of a U.S. soldier who took part in the slaughter of Native Americans, tribal citizens and descendants of those who survived the Civil War-era attack urged Colorado lawmakers on Thursday to replace it with the likeness of an Indigenous woman at the state Capitol. The new statue would replace the one depicting a Union Army...

 

Sex trafficking sting nets Enbridge pipeline workers

Seven men arrested during a sex-trafficking sting in northern Minnesota have been charged with solicitation, including two workers for an Enbridge pipeline contractor. The arrests brought renewed calls for fighting sex trafficking along the Canadian company’s Line 3 project, which stretches through northern Minnesota on its route from Alberta, Canada, to Superior, Wisconsin....

 

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