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Articles from the May 11, 2021 edition

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 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 11, 2021

Warriors out-played in loss to Pine River

The Red Lake Warriors Baseball Team was out-played in their loss to Pine River on Monday, May 10, 2021 in Red Lake. They will play at BSU on Thursday, May 13, 2021, and host Cass Lake on Tuesday, May 18th. Schedule: https://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2021/04/12/sports/red-lake-warriors-baseball-schedule-...

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 11, 2021

Warriors out-played in loss to Pine River - P2

The Red Lake Warriors Baseball Team was out-played in their loss to Pine River on Monday, May 10, 2021 in Red Lake. They will play at BSU on Thursday, May 13, 2021, and host Cass Lake on Tuesday, May 18th. Schedule: https://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2021/04/12/sports/red-lake-warriors-baseball-schedule-...

 
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Red Lake Independence Day Celebration 2021 - July 6, 7 and 8

Red Lake Independence Day Celebration 2021 - July 6, 7 and 8 https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRIq5gUUg6_DrnI7ChGYq9nj7Jj0j-tKurfmcKZtTZ69PfJf6XsDlo-KDemcCLiCfsWS4JB8Vzj5C0X/pub...

 

Ryan Lee Hegstrom

Ryan Lee Hegstrom September 6, 1995 - May 7, 2021 Ryan "Koop" Lee Hegstrom, 25, of Redby, MN died Friday, May 7, 2021 at Sanford Fargo Medical Center. Traditional Services will be held at 10:00 am Friday, May 14, 2021 at the new Redby Community Center. A wake will begin at 2:00 pm Wednesday May 12 and will continue until the tim...

 

Pfizer COVID-19 shot expanded to US children as young as 12

U.S. regulators on Monday expanded the use of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to children as young as 12, offering a way to protect the nation's adolescents before they head back to school in the fall and paving the way for them to return to more normal activities. Shots could begin as soon as Thursday, after a federal vaccine...

 

Legislative leaders still debating 'dollar amounts' in last days of session

Gov. Tim Walz marked the final stretch of end-of-session budget talks Monday by lamenting how far apart legislative leaders remained and how little time is left to strike an accord. Leaders have yet to agree on big-picture budget numbers, a step they had hoped to achieve last week. That makes the chances of an on-time finish...

 

States push jobless from virus recession to return to work

STOWE, Vt. - Eduardo Rovetto is hoping the state of Vermont's reinstated requirement that people who are collecting unemployment benefits must seek work to qualify will help him hire enough staff for his restaurant in the resort town of Stowe. After more than a year of coronavirus restrictions on his business, Piecasso Pizzeria...

 

California man charged with using COVID loans to buy Ferrari

IRVINE, Calif. - A Southern California man has pleaded not guilty to charges he obtained $5 million in federal coronavirus-relief loans for phony businesses and then used the money for lavish vacations and to buy a Ferrari, Bentley and Lamborghini, prosecutors said Monday. Mustafa Qadiri, 38, was arrested last week on suspicion...

 

Billions in state and local aid soon begin path to Minnesota

WASHINGTON – Minnesota can begin tapping into nearly $5 billion in state and local aid from President Joe Biden's COVID relief package. On Monday, federal officials began to roll out a key portion of the $1.9 trillion package, known as the American Rescue Plan, that was signed into law in March after it passed through...

 

FBI names pipeline cyberattackers as company promises return

WASHINGTON - Hit by a cyberattack, the operator of a major U.S. fuel pipeline said Monday it hopes to have services mostly restored by the end of the week as the FBI and administration officials identified the culprits as a gang of criminal hackers. Colonial Pipeline, which delivers about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East...

 

Level 3 sex offender to be released in Bemidji

BEMIDJI -- A level three predatory sex offender will be released in Bemidji on May 17, according to a release from the Bemidji Police Department Chris Allen Sours, 57, of Cass Lake, will reside on the 600 block of Fourth Street Northwest in Bemidji. He has a history of sexual contact, which included touching, with two known...

 

Bush Foundation Selects 24 Visionary Leaders for 2021 Bush Fellowships

(Saint Paul, MN – May 11, 2021) – The Bush Foundation today announced the 2021 Bush Fellows, 24 visionary individuals who are leading transformative change in their communities. The Fellows hail from Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and the 23 Native nations that share the same geography. The 2021 Fellows are: Patricia Acevedo Fuentes Rapid City, SD Kahin Adam Saint...

 

USDA Approves Minnesota's Revised Hemp Plan

St. Paul, MN: The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved the state of Minnesota’s revised hemp production plan. The plan governs the production and regulation of hemp in Minnesota and needed federal approval as part of USDA’s U.S. Domestic Hemp Production Program. “We thank USDA for their work on this new federal hemp program, and we are grateful they have app...

 

New Idaho Law Allows Killing of 90 Percent of State's Wolves

Last week, Idaho governor Brad Little signed a bill into law that allows hunters to kill about 90 percent of the state's wolves. The new law, SB1211, was supported by ranchers who say that wolves threaten their livestock and hunters who say that the wolves have reduced elk populations. Both of those claims are disputed by...

 

Haskell Indian Nations University President Ronald Graham Fired; Tamarah Pfeiffer (Dinế) Named Acting President

LAWRENCE, Kan. - Dr. Ronald Graham, president of Haskell Indian Nations University, was fired by the Haskell National Board of Regents last Friday after an internal investigation was revealed he was stifling the free speech rights of students and faculty. The announcement distributed by the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE),...

 

Native Americans Expand Efforts to Preserve Voting Rights in Georgia

ATLANTA - Native American voter advocacy organizations and a Georgia tribe are launching a voter education campaign in Georgia in support of federal legislation that will prevent anti-democracy partisans in states from imposing voter suppression laws intended to block members of tribes, nations, and other minority communities...

 

Treasury Dept.'s Plan to Distribute $20 Billion to Tribes of American Rescue Plan Funds Met with Gratitude

WASHINGTON - After five tribal consultation sessions with tribes held this spring, the Treasury Department on Monday released its plan to distribute $20 billion to tribal nations from the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds program authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act. The Act was allocated by Congress and...

 

Evening briefs in Indian Country - Headlines from May 10, 2021

Native students continue to battle for the right to wear eagle feathers The disagreement over allowing Native students to wear eagle feathers and regalia during high school graduation rears its contentious head once again this year. Some Native students continue to face push back from schools prohibiting the wearing of eagle feathers and traditional regalia at graduation...

 

Relief money for tribes

In late March and early April, the U.S. Department of Treasury hosted five tribal consultations with 85 tribal leaders to receive input on how to improve the allocation of funds for pandemic and economic relief. The result was the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Tribal Government Allocation Methodology, authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act, which...

 

Making Sense of Minnesota's Racial Divide with Resources from MNHS

As we approach the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd and with the recent guilty verdict in the trial for the Minneapolis police officer charged with the crime, historical resources can help us reflect on how we got here. Some of the many MNHS resources available include: • “Sparked: George Floyd, Racism, and the Progressive Illusion,” edited by Walter R....

 

Sundance Institute Names 20 Fellows Across Feature Film Directors and Screenwriters Labs, Native Lab

(PARK CITY, UTAH, May 10, 2021) — The Sundance Institute today named the artists and projects selected for the first group of the upcoming signature summer Labs including 12 fellows for the Directors and Screenwriters Labs and 9 fellows participating in the Native Lab (one fellow will participate in both Labs). The Labs provide a space for writers and directors to spend time...

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 11, 2021

Warriors Baseball Team edged out in extra inning game by Kelliher-Northome 22-20 - P11

The Red Lake Warriors Baseball Team was edged out in an extra inning game 22-20 in Red Lake on Monday, May 3, 2021. Red Lake will travel to Blackduck on May 4th, travel to Walker-Hackensack-Akley on May 6th and host Pine River on May 10th. Schedule: https://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2021/04/12/sports/re...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 11, 2021

Sexual Assault Awareness Walk held on Friday in Red Lake - P8

RED LAKE, MN - After a prayer and drum songs, the walk started at the Red Lake Bys & Girls Club where the group walked towards the Red Lake Nation Government Center and Red Lake Nation College, ending back at the area where they started. Healing songs were sung along the way, and a light meal was provided when the walk was...

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 11, 2021

Red Lake Lady Warriors Softball Team loses to Kelliher-Northome 18-3 - P10

RED LAKE MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors Softball Team lost to Kelliher-Northome 18-3 at home in their second game of the season. On Tuesday, Red Lake lost to the Drakes 14-2 in Blackduck. The Lady Warriors are now 0-2 on the season and will host Pine River on May 3rd, travel to Cass Lake on May 4th and travel to...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 11, 2021

2021 Red Lake High School Prom - P18

2021 Red Lake High School Prom King - Arron Chaboyea Queen - LaTayla Pemberton...

 

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