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Articles from the March 4, 2022 edition

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Red Lake COVID-19 Update - Thursday, March 3, 2022

Thursday, March 3, 2022 – COVID-19 Update Red Lake Nation: Active cases: 8* *1 in Red Lake *4 in Redby *0 in Little Rock *3 in Ponemah *0 who resides off-res but tested at RL IHS Of the 8 active cases: *4 are minors *2 individuals are fully vaccinated *1 tested positive with an at-home test kit *1 is in the hospital Total...

 

Carmen Annette Green

Carmen Annette Green November 23, 1961 ~ March 2, 2022 (age 60) Carmen Annette Green "Bawaatigwaabookwe" (Rushing Water Woman), of the Bear Clan, age 60, of Cohasset, Minnesota, passed away on Wednesday, March 2, 2022, at St. Johns Hospital, St. Paul, MN. Carmen was born on November 23, 1961 to Thelberta Ann Lussier and Walter...

 

Martin Whitefeather

Martin Whitefeather April 19, 1965 ~ February 28, 2022 (age 56) Martin Whitefeather, Ozaawindibe "Brown Hair", Ogishkimanisi "Kingfisher Clan", was born on April 19, 1965, in Red Lake, MN. He left this world at the end of February, 2022, at 57 years old. Martin was a very kind, patient and humble man who enjoyed the small...

 

Lois Elaine Manypenny

Lois Elaine Manypenny November 4, 1944 ~ February 26, 2022 (age 77) Lois Elaine Manypenny, age 78, of Bemidji, Minnesota, entered the spirit world on Saturday, February 26, 2022, at Sanford Medical Center, Fargo, North Dakota. Lois was born November 4, 1944, in Red Lake, Minnesota, to James and Verna (Hanson) Fairbanks. She was...

 

Kevin J. Brown Sr.

Kevin J. Brown Sr. March 12, 1974 - February 26, 2022 Kevin J. Brown Sr., 47 of St. Michael ND began his earthly journey on March 12, 1974 and began his Spirit journey on February 26, 2022. Family and friends will gather at the Sylvia and Eugene Hale residence on Sunday, March 6, 2022 beginning at 5:00 p.m. for prayers, singing...

 

Russia attacks Ukraine nuclear plant as invasion advances

KYIV, Ukraine - Russian forces shelled Europe's largest nuclear plant early Friday, sparking a fire as they pressed their attack on a crucial energy-producing Ukrainian city and gained ground in their bid to cut off the country from the sea. The world's leading nuclear authorities were concerned - but not panicked - about the...

 

Minneapolis police would receive raises, $7,000 payments under new contract

Minneapolis police would receive raises and $7,000 payments under a tentative contract agreement reached months after voters rejected a proposal to replace the department following George Floyd's murder. The new contract would also require officers to undergo a mental health screening before returning to work following a...

 

Minnesota Attorney General's Office seeks court supervision of Feeding Our Future closure

n a rare action, the Minnesota Attorney General's Office is requesting a judge supervise the dissolution of Twin Cities nonprofit Feeding Our Future to ensure there isn't any fraud involving its remaining assets as the operation winds down. The state agency filed the petition Thursday in Dakota County District Court. If...

 

Minneapolis school food service workers vote to authorize a strike

Food service workers at Minneapolis Public Schools voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to authorize a strike if necessary. The Service Employees International Union Local 284 reported that 98.5% of members who voted supported a walkout if a contract agreement can't be reached with the district. The vote gives union leaders...

 

U.N. atomic watchdog: Iran further raising nuclear stockpile

VIENNA - The United Nations' atomic watchdog said Thursday that it believes Iran has significantly increased its stockpile of highly enriched uranium in breach of a 2015 accord with world powers. The International Atomic Energy Agency told member nations in its confidential quarterly report that Iran has an estimated 33.2...

 

Ukraine and Russia agree on evacuation corridors as U.S. punishes oligarchs

BORODYANKA/LVIV, Ukraine, March 3 (Reuters) - Russia and Ukraine agreed on Thursday to the need for humanitarian corridors to help civilians escape Moscow's eight-day-old invasion, the first apparent progress in talks, as the United States added to Western sanctions on more oligarchs. Thousands are thought to have died or been wounded as the biggest attack on a European state...

 

Driver's licenses would last 8 years under Minnesota Senate proposal

ST. PAUL — A slate of proposals in the Minnesota Legislature aimed at overhauling driver vehicle services would double the time licenses are valid, increase ID card application fees, and direct the public safety department to explore digital options for driver and vehicle documents. Presently, a Minnesota driver's license must be renewed after four years, with the expiration...

 

Sequoyah Schools mark 150th year and a bright future

For more than 150 years, Sequoyah Schools have been a safe place for Cherokee and other Native American youth to live, learn and grow. During this milestone anniversary year, we are celebrating Sequoyah Schools' many accomplishments for past and present generations of students. We are also looking ahead with an historic...

 

Attorney General Ellison charges doctor with $1.6M in Medicaid fraud

March 3, 2022 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced today that his office has charged Dr. Xiaoyan Hu with defrauding Minnesota’s Medical Assistance (Medicaid) program out of over $1.6 million through her business, Chinese Acupuncture and Herb Center (CAH). Hu is charged by criminal complaint in Hennepin County District Court with 17 felony...

 

Seven Clans Casino–Red Lake Completes Renovation of Hotel

RED LAKE, MN – February 28th, 2022 Red Lake Gaming Enterprises (Seven Clans Casinos) is proud to announce the completion of a $1.7 million dollar renovation project of our Red Lake Casino location's Hotel. The project is now complete and set to open Sunday March 6th 2022 to the public. The renovation included the complete...

 
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FUNDRAISER FOR ALYSSA BEAULIEU - SATURDAY, MARCH 5TH STARTING AT 10:30 AM

A FUNDRAISER WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, MARCH 5TH STARTING AT 10:30 AM FOR ALYSSA BEAULIEU AT THE RED LAKE TRADING POST. TACO IN A BAG, SODA AND TREAT FOR $10. MONEY RAISED WILL ASSIST ALYSSA WITH EXPENSES FROR UPCOMING APPOINTMENTS AT THE MAYO HOSPITAL IN ROCHESTER. SHE HAS BEEN TRAVELING FOR THE LAST YEAR TO MAYO, WHERE SHE WAS...

 

Bureau of Indian Affairs advances Nevada solar projects, continuing efforts to develop a robust clean energy economy

WASHINGTON – In support of the Biden-Harris administration’s goal to address climate change and promote renewable energy production, the Bureau of Indian Affairs announced today it is advancing the Chuckwalla Solar Projects in coordination with the Moapa Band of Paiute Indians (Moapa Band), the Bureau of Land Management and other federal partners. The BIA today issued a...

 

Attorney General Ellison discloses ongoing investigation into Feeding Our Future, seeks court control over nonprofit

March 3, 2022 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today confirmed his Office’s ongoing investigation of Feeding Our Future and filed a petition in Dakota County District Court asking the court to supervise the announced dissolution of the nonprofit corporation. The Attorney General’s Office is the chief regulator of charities in Minnesota. Feeding Our...

 

Lady Warrior season ends with 76-41 loss to Hawley in first round of Section 8AA Girls Basketball Tournament

Lady Warrior season ends with 76-41 loss to Hawley in first round of Section 8AA Girls Basketball Tournament...

 

Basketball game with Laporte was cancelled, but Coaches still held Parent Appreciation for the boys - P4

The Red Lake Warriors game scheduled for Monday evening was canceled with Laporte, along with Parent Appreciation for the boys. However, at 5:30 PM in the high school cafeteria they held a pizza party for the parents of the players....

 

Lady Warriors overpower Lake of the Woods at home 75-50; Red Lake's JV comes away with 62-41 win - P5

Lady Warriors overpower Lake of the Woods at home 75-50; Red Lake's JV comes away with 62-41 win Parent Appreciation held for all Lady Warrior athletes...

 

Lady Warriors dominated in 84-43 loss to Kelliher-Northome - P5

Lady Warriors dominated in 84-43 loss to Kelliher-Northome Red Lake JV unable to keep up with Kelliher-Northome Jv in 61-28 setback...

 

Red Lake JV unable to keep up with Kelliher-Northome Jv in 61-28 setback - P5

Red Lake JV unable to keep up with Kelliher-Northome Jv in 61-28 setback Lady Warriors dominated in 84-43 loss to Kelliher-Northome...

 

Warriors unable to fire on offense, lose 87-61 to Goodridge-Grygla - P6

Warriors unable to fire on offense, lose 87-61 to Goodridge-Grygla Red Lake JV hangs on to clip the Chargers 50-49...

 

Short-handed, Warriors unable to keep up with Blackduck in 74-58 setback at home - P10

Short-handed, Warriors unable to keep up with Blackduck in 74-58 setback at home Red Lake;s JV, also short-handed, take home the win over Blackduck, 46-25; 7th and 8th Grade teams also win their games...

 

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