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  • Ruth Arlene Wind

    Apr 27, 2023

    Ruth Arlene Wind February 2, 1965 ~ April 24, 2023 (age 58) Ruth Arlene Wind ("Thunder Woman", Animikiikaakwe), age 58 of Minneapolis, MN, Journeyed to the Spirit World on Monday, April 24th, 2023 at the Red Lake Hospital with family at her side. She was born on February 2, 1965 in Minneapolis, MN, to Philomene "Mousey" Armstrong and John Wind Sr. Ruth loved being around family and friends as much as possible. She also loved going to the casino, watching her TV shows and coloring. Growing up,...

  • Corey Richard Northbird

    Apr 27, 2023

    Corey Richard Northbird July 9, 1987 ~ April 21, 2023 (age 35) Corey "Spud" Richard Northbird, "Nigaanigwaan" meaning "Leading Feather", of the Migizi-Eagle Clan and Cass Lake, MN journeyed to the spirit world on Thursday, April 21, 2023, from Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, MN. He was born in Bemidji, MN, on July 9, 1987, the son of Diana Yerbich and Marty Northbird. Corey enjoyed making people laugh and was known for having a good sense of humor. He enjoyed traveling, all while...

  • U.S. Supreme Court hears Minneapolis woman's fight for proceeds from the sale of her condo after it was seized for back taxes

    Apr 27, 2023

    The nation's highest court Wednesday grappled with the case of an elderly Minneapolis woman whose condo was seized and sold by Hennepin County for unpaid taxes - and whether she's entitled to any money from that sale. Minnesota is among a minority of states that allow the government to sell a property forfeited because of unpaid taxes and keep all the proceeds, even if they exceed what was owed. That's what happened to Geraldine Tyler in 2015 when she owed $15,000 in taxes, interest and fees on...

  • Minnesota farmer needs a truck with a cooler; Congress' farm bill could help

    Apr 27, 2023

    OGILVIE, MINN. - A daughter of a Kenyan farmer surveys her small field, still wet from late April rains. Jane Windsperger has yet to plant her vegetables for the season on her 3.8-acre farm, set among pines in rural Kanabec County, halfway between Duluth and Minneapolis. She starts ticking off her needs. A truck with a cooler. A hoop house. Maybe a fence to keep away the nibbling deer and woodchucks. https://www.startribune.com/this-minnesota-farmer-needs-a-truck-with-a-coole...

  • Flooded St. Croix River forces marinas to delay start of boating season

    Apr 27, 2023

    The high waters of the St. Croix River mean the spring boating season will likely be delayed, perhaps by up to a month, as marinas have been forced to hold off on launching the vessels in their care. Some marinas in Stillwater, Afton and Hudson, Wis., have had to build temporary berms to protect their offices, while others have had no choice but to let the river run through their property. It's not fun, marina managers said, but it's not unexpected at any of the longtime businesses that the...

  • House Republicans pass US debt bill, push Biden on spending

    Apr 27, 2023

    WASHINGTON - House Republicans narrowly passed sweeping legislation Wednesday that would raise the government's legal debt ceiling by $1.5 trillion in exchange for steep spending restrictions, a tactical victory for Speaker Kevin McCarthy as he challenges President Joe Biden to negotiate and prevent a catastrophic federal default this summer. Biden has threatened to veto the Republican package, which has almost no chance of passing the Democratic Senate anyway, and the president has so far...

  • Teen ordered to stand trial as adult for fatal Mall of America shooting

    Apr 27, 2023

    A teenager was ordered this week to stand trial for murder as an adult in connection with a fatal shooting at the Mall of America the day before Christmas Eve. Lavon Longstreet is accused of shooting 19-year-old Johntae Hudson inside the Nordstrom department store at the mall. The Hennepin County Attorney's Office charged him and an accomplice with second-degree murder and assault while two other teens face riot charges for their role in the fight that turned to gunfire. At the time of the...

  • Pope allows women to vote at upcoming bishops' meeting

    Apr 27, 2023

    VATICAN CITY - Pope Francis has decided to give women the right to vote at an upcoming meeting of bishops, an historic reform that reflects his hopes to give women greater decision-making responsibilities and laypeople more say in the life of the Catholic Church. Francis approved changes to the norms governing the Synod of Bishops, a Vatican body that gathers the world's bishops together for periodic meetings, following years of demands by women to have the right to vote. The Vatican on...

  • Writer tells jury in lawsuit trial: 'Donald Trump raped me'

    Apr 27, 2023

    NEW YORK - At first, she thought helping Donald Trump shop for a women's lingerie gift at a luxury department store would simply be ''a funny New York thing.'' Even when, according to E. Jean Carroll, the then-businessman motioned her to a dressing room as they dared each other to try on a see-through bodysuit, she imagined something like a ''Saturday Night Live'' sketch she'd written. But soon, ''my whole reason for being alive in that moment was to get out of that room,'' Carroll testified...

  • Disney sues DeSantis, calling park takeover 'retaliation'

    Apr 27, 2023

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Disney sued Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday over the Republican's takeover of its theme park district, alleging the governor waged a "targeted campaign of government retaliation" after the company opposed a law critics call ''Don't Say Gay.'' The lawsuit was filed in Tallahassee minutes after a Disney World oversight board appointed by DeSantis voted to void a deal that gave the company authority over design and construction decisions in its sprawling properties near...

  • Minnesota Department of Natural Resources seeks water sample volunteers

    Apr 27, 2023

    Apr. 26—ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is seeking volunteers to conduct a simple water clarity test in a lake or stream at least twice a month during the summer. With more than 92,000 miles of streams and over 12,000 lakes in Minnesota, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) Volunteer Water Monitoring Program is gearing up for the 50th season of lake and stream water clarity monitoring across the state. "We at the DNR are excited to support the MPCA in these efforts and hope you will too," a release said. At...

  • Syphilis cases rose 25 percent in 2022 despite other STDs declining slightly, new data show

    Apr 27, 2023

    Newly released 2022 data from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) show rising levels of syphilis in Minnesota. Chlamydia, gonorrhea and HIV/AIDS numbers show a slight decline during 2022 compared to the previous year but continue to impact thousands of Minnesotans. Syphilis cases rose to 1,832 during 2022, a 25% increase from 1,457 cases in 2021 and hitting the highest level in recent years. New infections continued to be centered primarily within the Twin Cities metropolitan area, though health officials noted a syphilis outbreak declared...

  • Personal care assistance agencies violated labor laws, failed to pay COVID funding to workers; 137 workers owed $79K

    Apr 27, 2023

    As part of a compliance initiative, the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) found five personal care assistance (PCA) agencies violated wage and hour laws, of which four did not pay or failed to correctly pay workers COVID-19-related funding. DLI recovered a total of more than $79,000 in back-wages owed to 137 workers. In its investigations, DLI's Labor Standards unit determined the PCA agencies it investigated failed to pay employees' wages for all the hours they worked at the correct rate of pay. It also found some of the PCA...

  • Nominations Now Being Accepted for the Governor's International Trade Awards

    Apr 27, 2023

    St. Paul – The Minnesota Trade Office (MTO) at the Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is accepting nominations for the 38th Annual Governor’s International Trade Awards. These prestigious awards honor Minnesota companies that have shown exceptional growth and success in foreign markets. In addition to honoring individual recipients, the award recognizes the tremendous positive impact that exports and trade have on the state’s overall economy. “It's important to celebrate all that international trade brings to Minneso...

  • Interior Department, National Endowment for the Humanities Partner to Preserve Federal Indian Boarding School Oral History and Records

    Apr 27, 2023

    WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior and National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) today announced a new inter-agency partnership to expand the Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative through the collection of oral histories and digitization of records documenting the experiences of survivors and descendants of federal Indian boarding school policies. NEH has committed $4 million to support the digitization of records from the United States’ system of 408 federal Indian boarding schools and the creation of a permanent oral his...

  • Minnesota Law's Racial Justice Law Clinic and Co-Counsel File Lawsuit on Behalf of Minneapolis NAACP For Discriminatory Social Media Surveillance by Minneapolis Police Department

    Apr 27, 2023

    Today, the University of Minnesota Law School’s Racial Justice Law Clinic (“RJLC”) and the Law Office of Tim Phillips filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Minneapolis branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (“Minneapolis NAACP”) challenging the Minneapolis Police Department’s (“MPD”) use of covert social media accounts to surveil the Minneapolis NAACP and its members. Nearly one year ago, on April 27, 2022, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights (“MDHR”) released the results of an investigation into...

  • North Dakota Passes State ICWA Bill

    Apr 27, 2023

    As Indian Country waits for the U.S. Supreme Court to pass down a historic ruling on the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), North Dakota has passed its own ICWA protections. North Dakota House Bill 1536 passed the state legislature yesterday, April 25. The bill codifies ICWA into state law, meaning if the Supreme Court were to make changes to the federal law, it would not apply to North Dakota law unless the North Dakota Legislature chose to amend the law adopted in HB 1536 in a future legislative session. Congress passed ICWA in 1978 after a...

  • Phoenix designates Indigenous Peoples' Day a city holiday

    Apr 27, 2023

    For the past seven years, the City of Phoenix has recognized Indigenous Peoples’ Day instead of Columbus Day every second Monday of October, but it was never an official city holiday. But now that’s changed. With a vote of 7-1, the Phoenix City Council made it official, and Indigenous Peoples’ Day has been designated a city holiday. “This is really exciting,” said Democrat Councilwoman Laura Pastor, of District 4, during a city council meeting on April 19. https://ictnews.org/news/phoenix-designates-indigenous-peoples-day-a-...

  • The Meadows at Mystic Lake opens for the season with new additions and improvements

    Apr 27, 2023

    Prior Lake, Minn. - The Meadows at Mystic Lake, owned and operated by the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC), is now open for the season with significant improvements at the award-winning golf course. The most unique feature is the course's upgraded practice facility, which will open in phases through the summer as the sod is established. The "Mesa" practice area will feature four different practice greens for chipping, 30-60-yard pitch shots and bunker practice. The other changes to th...

  • Ponemah Head Start visits Sugar Bush Camp on Wednesday

    Alexandra Dow|Apr 27, 2023

    The Ponemah Head Start visited a Sugar Bush Camp on Wednesday, April 26, 2023....

  • Community search efforts result in recovery of body believed to be missing Onamia man

    Apr 27, 2023

    Community search efforts result in recovery of body believed to be missing Onamia man https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQKG8N7XXAIkEwlXFZ1SwS5YGBsXwKdTNYwOvFF6GQ7j5741IcpPiG6owQYOz4Igw8ZE2R-RQefzA1V/pub...

  • Alphabet count down to summer st St. Mary's Mission School - P2

    Apr 27, 2023

    Alphabet count down to summer st St. Mary's Mission School...

  • Over 4,000 Attend GigaZone Gaming Championship & TechXpo - P4

    Paul Bunyan Communications|Apr 27, 2023

    (Bemidji, MN) (April 24, 2023) – An estimated crowd of over 4,000 attended the GigaZone Gaming Championship & TechXpo on Saturday, April 22 at the Sanford Center. The event featured free gaming, numerous gaming tournaments, over 35 technology exhibitors, door prizes, and special guest Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple. This one-of-a-kind regional gaming event showcases Paul Bunyan Communications' IT and web development team which custom built and integrated much of the online technology and...

  • Easter 2023 Fun and Food in Red Lake - P5

    Apr 27, 2023

    Easter 2023 Fun and Food in Red Lake...

  • Spring Prescribed Fires to Begin on the Superior National Forest

    Apr 27, 2023

    Duluth, Minn., April 26, 2023-The Superior National Forest will begin spring prescribed burns when weather and conditions allow. Due to the lingering winter conditions, prescribed fire has been pushed back this year. The Forest has prescribed fire plans developed to burn up to 7,000 acres; however, burning all planned acres depends on many factors such as weather and vegetation conditions, fire staff availability, and other considerations. Why use prescribed burning? Prescribed fires help...

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