Babaamaajimowinan (Telling of news in different places)

Articles from the April 13, 2023 edition


Sorted by date  Results 1 - 25 of 34

  • Red Lake High School Warrior Banquet 2023 held on Wednesday Evening

    Apr 13, 2023

    Red Lake High School Warrior Banquet 2023 held on Wednesday Evening, April 12, 2023. Photographs by Roberta Fox, Kim Pemberton-Kingbird and Chris Jourdsin....

  • Devin Mitchell Villebrun, Sr.

    Apr 13, 2023

    Devin Mitchell Villebrun, Sr. June 7, 1992 ~ April 9, 2023 (age 30) Devin Mitchell Villebrun Sr., age 30, of the Bear Clan and of Cass Lake, MN, unexpectedly journeyed to the spirit world on April 9, 2023, at IHS in Cass Lake. Devin was born on June 7, 1992, in Bemidji, MN the son of Donald Villebrun Sr., and Patricia Wilson. Devin graduated from Orr High School in 2011 and attended Leech Lake Tribal College for a while. He worked for Cedar Lakes, Teals, and Fortune Bay before the job he was...

  • Corinne (Corky) Auginash

    Apr 13, 2023

    Corinne (Corky) Auginash January 14, 1949 ~ March 7, 2023 A graveside service will take place on Saturday May 6, 2023 at 11:00 AM. at her husband's grave. Ashes will be interred at the Red Lake Catholic Cemetery alongside her husband. Steve Hanson will officiate. A light luncheon will follow at the Redby Community Church. Original Obituary: https://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2023/03/15/obituaries/corinne-corky-auginash/112580.html...

  • Tragic ending in search for Alexis White Hawk-Ruiz highlights bigger issue in Native community

    Apr 13, 2023
    1

    MINNEAPOLIS -- After five months, a search ended in heartbreak for a Twin Cities family. Alexis White Hawk-Ruiz, 20, vanished from north Minneapolis last fall. Earlier this week, her body was found and relatives think it's suspicious, as she lived with her mother and kept in regular contact with her. She also disappeared just days before her birthday. Her family grieving this tragic ending, and a vigil that marked the place White Hawk-Ruiz was last seen, at Dupont Ave North and West Broadway...

  • Kindergarten Round Up at RLEC - April 13 & 14

    Kindergarten Round Up at RLEC - April 13 & 14...

  • MnDOT announces 2023 state construction projects

    Apr 13, 2023

    ST. PAUL, Minn. – More than 200 construction projects that will help maintain Minnesota’s roads, bridges and transportation infrastructure; improve safety and mobility; and support jobs will be worked on across the state this year, the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced today. Planned construction projects include 171 road and bridge projects, plus 52 projects that will improve airports, water ports, railroad crossings and transit infrastructure. “After a long winter with record-setting snowfalls, MnDOT joins many Minne...

  • MnDOT releases list of 2023 construction projects in Minnesota

    Apr 13, 2023

    With the recent burst of warmth, it's suddenly road construction season in Minnesota. Motorists across the state will feel the pinch for the next six months as the Minnesota Department of Transportation closes lanes and puts drivers on detour - and the agency plans to use a federal cash infusion to get even more work done in 2024 and beyond. "Get ready for the orange cones to arrive," MnDOT spokeswoman Anne Meyer said Wednesday as the agency released its projects for 2023. "We know there is...

  • Malcolm: COVID-19 exploited 'every single gap' in Minnesota's health, medical care

    Apr 13, 2023

    Jan Malcolm wasn't afraid to be the heavy during the pandemic - urging people for months to reduce COVID-19 risks through mask-wearing, social-distancing and vaccination. Not much has changed for her in retirement. Minnesota's former health commissioner next week will give one of her first public addresses since stepping down, with an emphasis on the importance of post-pandemic lessons - even if people are ready to forget about COVID-19 now that the federal public health emergency has ended....

  • Gov. Walz signs bill unlocking $315M in federal infrastructure money for Minnesota roads

    Apr 13, 2023

    Minnesota will have more than $300 million in new funds available to improve roads after Democratic Gov. Tim Walz signed a bill unlocking federal infrastructure money last week. The $315.5 million allocated to Minnesota from the federal infrastructure bill will be used for construction and improvements on the state's trunk highway system. Walz said in a statement that the investment will "strengthen our communities, economy, and work force." "I am grateful to the Legislature for working quickly...

  • Two years later, COVID-19 remains one step ahead

    Apr 13, 2023

    Two years of the pandemic have been particularly long for Dr. Richard Palahniuk, Minnesota's first known case of COVID-19. Since testing positive on March 6, 2020, the retired anesthesiologist has feared the return of the worst illness of his life. He'll never forget days of shivering in a parka while huddled by a fire. Or nights of burning up in sweat-soaked sheets. Or struggling with exhaustion for days or losing his sense of taste and smell for three months. Only recently has the 77-year-old...

  • Father of missing Winona woman's children speaks out for first time

    Apr 13, 2023

    WINONA, MINN. - The father of Madeline Kingsbury's children is speaking out for the first time since she disappeared last month, calling for her safe return and adding he had nothing to do with the 26-year-old Winona woman's disappearance. "I want the mother of my 5-year-old and 2-year-old to be found and brought home safely," Adam Fravel said in a statement released Wednesday by his attorney, Zachary Bauer. "I want that more than anything." Kingsbury was last seen on March 31 dropping her...

  • Witnesses asked about Trump's handling of map with classified information

    Apr 13, 2023

    Federal investigators are asking witnesses whether former President Donald Trump showed off to aides and visitors a map he took with him when he left office that contains sensitive intelligence information, four people with knowledge of the matter said. The map has been just one focus of the broad Justice Department investigation into Trump's handling of classified documents after he departed the White House. The nature of the map and the information it contained is not clear. But investigators...

  • Teen falls off cliff into St. Croix River in Taylors Falls

    Apr 13, 2023

    Authorities on Wednesday continued to search for a teenager who was reported to have fallen off a cliff and into the St. Croix River near Taylors Falls, Minn. The 18-year-old from Wisconsin, identified as DAndrea Sanvig, was on a rock ledge in Interstate State Park when he lost his footing and fell into the swollen river below, said Capt. Derek Anklan with the Chisago County Sheriff's Office. Several agencies responded to the scene after 911 calls came in at about 6:10 p.m. Despite an extensive search, the teen was not found by the time search...

  • Legal abortions fell by 6% in six months after Supreme Court ruling, new data shows

    Apr 13, 2023

    The number of legal abortions in the United States decreased just over 6% in the six months after the Supreme Court ended the right to abortion in June, according to a report released Tuesday, the most comprehensive and up-to-date count of abortions nationwide. The overall decline exceeds what was estimated by some researchers before the Supreme Court ruling. New restrictions and the obstacles they create - including travel logistics and expenses, long wait times at some clinics and confusion...

  • Ukraine's outrage grows over video seeming to show beheading

    Apr 13, 2023

    KYIV, Ukraine - Ukraine launched an investigation Wednesday into a gruesome video that purportedly shows the beheading of a Ukrainian soldier, in the latest accusation of atrocities said to have been committed by Russia since it invaded in February 2022. The video spread quickly online and drew outrage from officials in Kyiv, including President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, as well as international organizations. The Kremlin called the footage ''horrible'' but said it needed to be verified. The...

  • Senate Advances MinnesotaCare Public Option Bill

    Apr 13, 2023

    Saint Paul, Minn. – Yesterday, the Senate Commerce committee advanced a bill to establish a MinnesotaCare Public Option (SF49/HF96). The bill would expand access to affordable health insurance by allowing more Minnesotans the option of buying into MinnesotaCare, paying a premium based on their income. Lead Author Senator Melissa Wiklund was joined at the hearing by advocates urging the Senate to pass the bill and adopt the House position on immigrant inclusion. The MinnesotaCare Public Option bill, which is included in the House and Senate H...

  • Two Minneapolis Men Indicted for Armed Carjacking, Kidnapping

    Apr 13, 2023

    MINNEAPOLIS – Two Minneapolis men have been indicted for violently carjacking, kidnapping, and holding a victim at gunpoint for several hours, announced U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger. According to court documents, on the evening of February 14, 2023, a man called 911 to report that he had been kidnapped and robbed by three individuals, later identified as Jamal Timothy Funchess, 18, T’Shawn Teon Palton, 21, and a juvenile. The victim reported that he had made arrangements over Facebook Marketplace to buy a cell phone. The victim and the pur...

  • Researchers reveal U's painful past with Minnesota's Indigenous people

    Apr 13, 2023

    A massive new report details the University of Minnesota's long history of mistreating the state's Native people and lays out recommendations, including "perpetual reparations," to improve relations between the university and Minnesota's 11 tribal nations. Among its troubling findings, the report by the TRUTH (Towards Recognition and University-Tribal Healing) Project concludes: • The U's founding board of regents "committed genocide and ethnic cleansing of Indigenous peoples for financial g...

  • USDA Forest Service Invests in disadvantaged urban communities, more equitable access to nature in Minnesota

    Apr 13, 2023

    Milwaukee, WI- (April 12, 2023) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced today the USDA Forest Service is investing more than $1 billion in disadvantaged urban communities by supporting work to increase access to trees and the social, health, and economic benefits they provide. Of the total funding, the Forest Service is allocating $5,250,000 directly to Minnesota to bolster competitive subgrants, support state projects, provide technical assistance, and assist states with other related s...

  • Brian Lightfoot Brown: Narragansett Tribe still fighting for its sovereignty

    Apr 13, 2023

    April 11, 1983. The Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island had gained federal recognition and acknowledgment. It took approximately a full century to reclaim official tribal status after it was illegally taken away by the Rhode Island General Assembly during a series of hearings between 1880 and 1884, without the legally required federal sanction. This illegal "detribalization" was utilized as a tool to sell off Narragansett tribal lands. It also served as a form of literary genocide,...

  • Warrior Challenge Basketball Tournament held over the weekend in Red Lake - P8

    Apr 13, 2023

    Warrior Challenge Basketball Tournament held over the weekend in Red Lake Champions Plainzmen 2nd place Warpath 3rd place Sota Boys Warrior Challenge Champions, Plainzmen! They came back from down 38-42 in the championship game. Led by Jr. Gunville, 21 points, who didn't miss many shots, including winning the 3-point contest! Famous Lefthand finsihed with 19, and Vinny Lasley 15. Brady Fairbanks connected from downtown 3 times in the second half to spark the run, Aspen Lapointe also chipped in...

  • Red Lake High School students visit two schools in South Dakota to learn more about peer leadership - P12

    Apr 13, 2023

    Eighteen students and three chaperones are currently in South Dakota today and tomorrow to learn more about peer leadership by interacting with other peer leaders under the direction of Tim McGowan. Mr. McGowan runs Networks of Support which helps schools and students improve school climate and culture through relationship building. Here are some photos of our first day that we spent at the Lower Brule Sioux High School with another group of students who are peer leaders in their school....

  • Warriors upset in last second 3-pointer by Pelican Rapids in Red Lake, 64-63 - P26

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Apr 13, 2023

    The Red Lake Warriors, seated #8 in 8AA, were upset in Red Lake on Thursday, March 9, 2023 with a last second 3-point shot by Pelican Rapids, seated #9, ending their season for 2023. Red Lake led 37-33 in the first half. Pelican Rapids will now advance to play Thief River Falls (#1) on March 11, 2023, Charlie Larson led the Vikings with 17 points, Ian Fahje had 14 and HunterWilliams added 12. Ken Fox III led the Warriors with 29 and Gerald Kingbird had 22 points. Red Lake High School vs Pelican...

  • HUMAN RESOURCE TRAINER - Seven Clans Casinos – Thief River Falls

    Apr 13, 2023

    **EXTERNAL POSITION OPENING** HUMAN RESOURCE TRAINER RATE OF PAY: Depending on qualifications LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos – Thief River Falls, MN OPEN: April 12, 2023 CLOSES: April 26, 2023 POSITION OBJECTIVES: Under the general supervision of the Human Resource Manager is responsible to conduct training sessions of Seven Clans Casino. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Designs courses, prepares outlines and syllabus to meet training needs of operations. • Gains participation within offered cours...

  • HUMAN RESOURCE SPECIALIST - Seven Clans Casinos – Thief River Falls, MN

    Apr 13, 2023

    **EXTERNAL POSITION OPENING** HUMAN RESOURCE SPECIALIST RATE OF PAY: Depending on qualifications LOCATION: Seven Clans Casinos – Thief River Falls, MN OPEN: April 12, 2023 CLOSES: April 26, 2023 POSITION OBJECTIVES: Under the general supervision of the Human Resource Manager, the HR Specialist is responsible to perform a variety of complex and responsible duties related to the day-to-day supervision of associate relations functions including associate and supervisory counseling and problem solvi...

Page Down

Rendered 06/14/2024 03:45