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Delwyn Holthusen Jr. hits 2000th career point in Warriors 103-64 win over WHA - P10

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors, coming off their overtime loss to Cass Lake on Thursday, 68-65, had no trouble taking care of business on Saturday, March 13, 2021, as they took a 58-24 halftime lead and cruised to the 103-64 win. Delwyn Holthusen led Red Lake with 24 points and also scored his 2000th career point, Aaron...

 

Lady Warriors stumble in 66-61 loss to Badger-Greenbush-Middle River - P10

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors faced one of the top teams in Section 8A on Friday, March 12, 2021, Badger-Greenbush-Middle River, and were unable to pull out a win at home, as they lost 66-61 in a game that saw several lead changes throughout. At the half BGMR had a one-point lead, 29-28. Last year Red Lake defeated...

 

Lady Warriors clinch Northwoods Conference-North Championship with 70-45 win over Clearbrook-Gonvick - P11

RED LAKE, MN - Once the Lady Warriors got going in the first half of their game against Clearbrook-Gonvick on Thursday, March 11, 2021, they pretty much controlled the rest of the game on both offense and defense. Red Lake outscored the Bears 38-16 in the first half and cruised to their 70-45 win, and it also clinched the Northw...

 

Red Lake Girls JV winners over the Bears 55-48, after trailing 23-19 in the first half - P11

RED LAKE, MN - Once the Lady Warriors got going in the first half of their game against Clearbrook-Gonvick on Thursday, March 11, 2021, they pretty much controlled the rest of the game on both offense and defense. Red Lake outscored the Bears 38-16 in the first half and cruised to their 70-45 win, and it also clinched the Northw...

 

Kelanna McClain hits 1000th career point in Lady Warriors 85-67 win over Kelliher-Northome - P18

RED LAKE, MN - In their last meeting with Kelliher-Northome in Kelliher on February 25th, the Red Lake Lady Warriors lost to the Mustangs 75-58 in a game some called poorly officiated, and it was a game Kelanna McClain was not playing in due to an earlier injury. .In fact, the Lady Warriors were 5-0 until McClain was injured. Th...

 

Red Lake's Junior Varsity struggles on offense in their 67-46 loss to Mustang's JV - P18

RED LAKE, MN - In their last meeting with Kelliher-Northome in Kelliher on February 25th, the Red Lake Lady Warriors lost to the Mustangs 75-58 in a game some called poorly officiated, and it was a game Kelanna McClain was not playing in due to an earlier injury. .In fact, the Lady Warriors were 5-0 until McClain was injured. Th...

 

Warriors snap 3-game losing streak to beat Kelliher-Northome 111-71 - P19

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors basketball team ended their 3-game losing streak with a sound win over the Kelliher-Northome Mustangs on Monday, March 1, 2021. The Warriors outscored the Mustangs 63-39 in the first half and 48-32 in the second to seal the deal and put their record at 8-5 on the season. Kelliher-Northome...

 

Lady Warriors win 4th straight in impressive 115-13 victory over Laporte in 2021 Home Opener - P44

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,...

 

Catawba Nation hails 'great news' for long-awaited gaming facility

The Catawba Nation has secured federal approval of its Class III gaming compact with the state of North Carolina, just months before the debut of the tribe's long-awaited casino. A notice of the approved agreement was published in the Federal Register by the Bureau of Indian Affairs on Thursday. Chief Bill Harris welcomed the...

 

More funding, less meddling for water projects

WASHINGTON – Arizona tribal officials told a Senate committee Wednesday that the federal government can help address a crisis with water infrastructure on their lands through more funding, and less meddling. Navajo Department of Water Resources Director Jason John and Colorado River Indian Tribes Chairwoman Amelia Flores made the comments during a Senate Indian Affairs...

 

The Indigenous 'womb to prison' pipeline

Wildly high, 60 percent of juveniles held in federal custody are Native Americans. Once there, they serve sentences far longer than other juveniles sentenced locally for similar offenses. American Indian Prison Project working group's Stephanie Autumn, who is Hopi, joins the show today. Autumn is the organization's executive director and will be discussing their work and...

 

In shift, oil industry group backs federal price on carbon

WASHINGTON — The oil and gas industry's top lobbying group on Thursday endorsed a federal price on carbon dioxide emissions that contribute to global warming, a reversal of longstanding industry policy that comes as the Biden administration has pledged dramatic steps to address climate change. The American Petroleum Institute, whose members include ExxonMobil, Chevron and...

 

COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Is Now Available

Last year, Aanjibimaadizing successfully administered the COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program (CHAP) grants, helping to access funds for hundreds of clients who were behind on mortgage and utility payments due to the pandemic. Staff in the Aanjibimaadizing program were able to help Mille Lacs Band families with over $800,000 in support. Now, a similar program, COVID-19...

 

Grocers Promoting Locally Grown Products Recognized

St. Paul, MN: Minnesota grocers recognized for promoting locally grown products and farms took home the Retailer of the Year award from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture's Minnesota Grown program, in conjunction with the Minnesota Grocers Association. Commissioner Thom Petersen announced winners from six regions, as well...

 

CA Native American Heritage Commission calls out CSULB for failing to consult with tribal governments over fate of Puvungna, sacred lands located on campus

Long Beach, Calif. – An enforcement attorney with the State of California’s Native American Heritage Commission sent a pointed letter to Dr. Joseph I. Castro, California State University Chancellor, on March 23, 2021 regarding the proper role of the Commission in the management of lands that are sacred to indigenous Californians. The letter notes that Chancellor Castro...

 

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