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Articles from the April 12, 2022 edition

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  • Unpredictable Weather for the next few days. Be prepared

    Apr 12, 2022

    Detailed Forecast Tonight Partly cloudy, with a low around 27. South southwest wind around 6 mph becoming calm after midnight. Tuesday A chance of snow before 10am, then rain and snow likely between 10am and 11am, then rain after 11am. High near 42. East wind 8 to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 29 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. Little or no snow accumulation expected. Tuesday Night Rain. Low around 34. Breezy, with an east wind 18 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Chance of...

  • Jacquelyne Elaine (Basswood) Adams

    Apr 12, 2022

    Jacquelyne Elaine (Basswood) Adams April 12, 1962 ~ April 8, 2022 (age 59) Jacquelyne Elaine (Basswood) Adams, 59 Of Ponsford, MN passed away peacefully at home on April 8, 2022. Jacquelyne was born on April 12, 1962, in Park Rapids, MN to Albert and Linda Basswood. She grew up mostly in the Ponsford, MN area. Jacquelyne used one of her many talents and Passions as a Cook for her career most of her life. She loved visiting with family and friends which often included large meals, playing games,...

  • Business surges at auto repair shops as Minnesotans try to make vehicles last longer

    Apr 12, 2022

    Tim Curtis considered buying a new Chevrolet Silverado pickup last year, but the $58,000 price was more than the cost of his first house. Since prices for used cars are also inflated, he decided to stop shopping and instead maintain his 2004 GMC Envoy and 2015 GMC Terrain. His largest repair in recent years at Brausen Auto in Roseville cost $1,200, which was for brakes and tires on the Envoy. "The price of used cars has gone up so much, so it's more cost effective to keep my cars running and I...

  • Powerful storm could bring tornadoes Tuesday, snow Thursday to much of Minnesota

    Apr 12, 2022

    Ah, April weather serves up just about everything, and that will play out this week as a potent storm system moves across Minnesota and brings a taste from all four seasons. "A windy and active weather week is ahead of us," the National Weather Service said. With mostly clear skies and highs approaching 60 degrees in the Twin Cities Monday, the week started on the pleasant side before giving way to a stormy period that could bring the first strong storms and tornadoes of the season....

  • Cousins sets a goal: 'I would like to retire as a Viking'

    Apr 12, 2022

    If Kirk Cousins starts all 17 of the Vikings' regular-season games this fall, he will tie Daunte Culpepper for the third-most starts by a quarterback in team history. He reiterated Monday he wants to be with the team long enough to put his name even higher on that list. Speaking to reporters Monday for the first time since he signed his one-year contract extension March 14, Cousins said he wants to retire with the team that first signed him in 2018. Though his name surfaced in some trade...

  • Has insult comedy gone too far?

    Apr 12, 2022

    Comedy can be a dangerous business, especially if you try to have some fun at Jada Pinkett Smith's expense. Minneapolis comedian Emma Dalenberg didn't watch the Oscar ceremonies on March 27 in which Will Smith slapped Chris Rock after the comedian made a joke about the actor's wife. Dalenberg was too busy organizing the Underground Roast Battle, where stand-ups take turns ripping one another with the kind of material that would make Dean Martin raise his martini glass. Insult comedy, which...

  • Mariupol mayor says siege has killed more than 10K civilians

    Apr 12, 2022

    KYIV, Ukraine - The mayor of the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol said Monday that more than 10,000 civilians have died in the Russian siege of his city, and that the death toll could surpass 20,000, as weeks of attacks and privation leave the bodies of Mariupol's people "carpeted through the streets." Speaking by phone Monday with The Associated Press, Mayor Vadym Boychenko also accused Russian forces of having blocked weeks of thwarted humanitarian convoys into the city in an attempt to...

  • California utility to pay $55 million for massive wildfires

    Apr 12, 2022

    SAN FRANCISCO - Pacific Gas & Electric, the nation's largest utility, has agreed to pay more than $55 million to avoid criminal prosecution for two major wildfires sparked by its aging Northern California power lines and submit to five years of oversight in an attempt to prevent more deadly blazes. The company didn't acknowledge any wrongdoing in the settlement announced Monday with prosecutors in six counties ravaged by last year's Dixie Fire and the 2019 Kincade Fire. The utility still faces...

  • Biden aims at 'ghost gun' violence with new federal rule

    Apr 12, 2022

    WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden on Monday took fresh aim at ghost guns, the privately made firearms without serial numbers that are increasingly cropping up in violent crimes, as he struggles to break past gun-control opposition to address firearm deaths. Speaking at the White House, Biden highlighted the Justice Department's work to finalize new regulations to crack down on ghost guns, and announced the nomination of Steve Dettelbach, who served as a U.S. attorney in Ohio from 2009 to 2016,...

  • BSU Council of Indian Students celebrates 50 years with round dance event

    Apr 12, 2022

    BEMIDJI - In celebration of 50 years of events, Bemidji State's Council of Indian Students hosted a round dance event on Saturday, April 9, in the BSU Gymnasium. "We're here tonight celebrating 50 years of events as a Council of Indian Students," Asin explained, who has been council president since 2020. "Usually we have an annual powwow but this year, still coming out of COVID, we decided to do a round dance event instead just to pull it back a little so there are not quite so many people."...

  • 'Answers to everything': Prairie Island Indian Community sends first team to Dakota language bowl

    Apr 12, 2022

    PRAIRIE ISLAND INDIAN COMMUNITY -- It's Spring Break, but Kennesey Taylor Western Boy is spending her time off memorizing the Dakota words for things like fry bread and sweet rolls. “Oooh. You've got some tough ones,” teacher Barry Hand tells Western Boy. The list of words is long, but Western Boy said her team is ready for the big event this week.

  • Biden-Harris Administration Announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding to Build Climate Resilience in Tribal Communities

    Apr 12, 2022

    WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior announced today it is investing $46 million in funding to Tribal communities to address the unique impacts of climate change in Indigenous communities. This initial funding, made available from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and fiscal year 2022 appropriations, is available for projects and initiatives that address and strengthen climate resilience and adaptation; ocean and coastal management; community-driven relocation and protect-in-place activities; and internships and youth eng...

  • Department of Labor and Industry announces 2022 Youth Skills Training grant recipients

    Apr 12, 2022

    Eleven partnerships across Minnesota will receive funding to develop and implement programs to offer meaningful career exposure and paid work experience for students 16 years of age and older. The grants are part of a Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry's (DLI's) Youth Skills Training program that was signed into law in 2017 with bipartisan support to create and provide employment training for student learners ages 16 and older in high-growth, high-demand occupations. "Working with these partners gives us the opportunity to support...

  • The National Center Names 2022 Native American 40 Under 40 Recipients

    Apr 12, 2022

    MESA, AZ – The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (The National Center) announced the 2022 class of Native American 40 Under 40 award recipients. The Native American 40 Under 40 awards represent the best and brightest emerging Indian Country leaders. Every year, 40 American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian leaders under the age of 40 are inducted in recognition of their leadership, initiative, and dedication, and for making significant contributions in their business and/or in their community. Award winners i...

  • MDA Seeking Comments on USDA Local Food Purchase Assistance Program

    Apr 12, 2022

    St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is seeking comments on its draft application to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Local Food Purchase Assistance (LFPA) Program through a Request for Information (RFI). The goal of the LFPA program is to purchase food from Socially Disadvantaged producers* and distribute this food to underserved communities throughout the state. This RFI and draft application can be accessed on the MDA website. Public comments to the RFI can be submitted through an online survey. Responses...

  • Finding of No Significant Impart - Proposed 697' guyed Communications Tower, Red Lake Nation

    Apr 12, 2022

    Finding of No Significant Impart - Proposed 697' guyed Communications Tower, Red Lake Nation

  • Walz Releases 2021 Tax Return

    Apr 12, 2022

    In addition to his 2021 return, Walz has previously released more than 10 years of returns ST. PAUL, MN -- Today, ahead of next week's tax deadline, Gov. Tim Walz released his 2021 tax return. Gov. Walz has previously released more than 10 years of tax returns, dating back to his time in Congress, in order to promote transparency from all candidates and elected officials in Minnesota. The tax returns for Gov. Walz are available here. “Minnesotans need to be able to trust their leaders, and that starts with transparency and accountability,” sai...

  • Kindergarten Round-Up - April 12th from 4 PM to 6 PM & April 14th from 9 AM - 2 PM

    Kindergarten Round-Up - April 12th from 4 PM to 6 PM & April 14th from 9 AM - 2 PM Red Lake Elementary School - Meals will be provided...

  • Ponemah District Easter Cel;ebration - Saturday, April 16, 2022

    Ponemah District Easter Cel;ebration - Saturday, April 16, 2022 12-6 PM at the Ponemah Center...

  • Red Lake Community Easter Egg Hunt - April 16, 2022

    Red Lake Community Easter Egg Hunt - April 16, 2022 12 Noon at the Red Lake Ballfields - First 144 kids will get a basket Egg Hunt will be by age category...

  • Petroglyphs Vandalized, Multiple Agencies Announce Reward for Information Leading to Arrest

    Apr 12, 2022

    On January 19, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) reported that graffiti was discovered on property that it manages just west of Santa Fe along the Santa Fe River, the La Cieneguilla Petroglyphs. The Santa Fe New Mexican reported that some of the petroglyphs were defaced with a pentagram, a swastika and several racial slurs. According to the BLM, it was the third time the site had been vandalized in less than a year and the most damaging of the three incidents. "This area is very sacred to the...

  • Project Launched to Get More Native American Youth Interested a Dentistry Career

    Apr 12, 2022

    The Sindecuse Museum of Dentistry, located on the University of Michigan's campus in Ann Arbor, Mich., has launched a new, fun activity to engage young students to learn about dentistry. The project is a coloring activity with artwork that features Dr. Jessica Rickert (Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation), who became the first female Native American dentist in 1975 after graduating from the University of Michigan Dental School. When she became a dentist in 1975, she also became the second Native...

  • Picuris Pueblo works to preserve its independence through N.M. recreational cannabis industry

    Apr 12, 2022

    Picuris Pueblo stands above a western slope in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in Northern New Mexico. It's hidden, the only access being tribal roads off US Highway 75, which connects the towns of Vadito, Peñasco and Dixon to the roads leading to Taos or Española. This offers residents a clear view of anyone entering the community. Picuris Gov. Craig Quanchello said the perch is often how residents know when federal police are coming.

  • Racist comments draw quick response

    Apr 12, 2022

    RAPID CITY, South Dakota - Racist comments by a local business owner brought quick responses from local Native Americans, to local business owners and all the way from the Governor's office. First on social media, with the comment section being livid, but also when her note was shared, more responses were being posted. Likewise when the news dropped, folks within the businesses directly affected, would respond. Perkins' Restaurant staff reached out to the Native Sun News, letting us know, there...

  • Brendan Strong: 'I run to feel alive'

    Apr 12, 2022

    Journalist and filmmaker Stewart Huntington shares more on the Remembering The Children memorial. The monument has received a $2 million grant in Rapid City, South Dakota. It will go on a hillside to honor Native children who died at the Rapid City Indian School. Red Lake Ojibwe citizen Brendan Strong is a long-distance runner. He has run over 91 miles in three half marathons and two full marathons. He joins the ICT newscast to talk about his fitness journey and recent race in Paris. Holly Wilson, Deleware & Cherokee, uses art as a way to tell...

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