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Articles from the March 8, 2023 edition


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  • Hazardous Weather Outlook from the National Weather Service, Grand Forks ND

    Mar 8, 2023

    Hazardous Weather Outlook National Weather Service Grand Forks ND 338 AM CST Tue Mar 7 2023 West Polk-Norman-Clay-Kittson-Roseau-Lake Of The Woods-West Marshall-East Marshall-North Beltrami-Pennington-Red Lake-East Polk-North Clearwater-South Beltrami-Mahnomen-South Clearwater-Hubbard-West Becker-East Becker-Wilkin- West Otter Tail-East Otter Tail-Wadena-Grant-Towner-Cavalier-Pembina-Benson-Ramsey-Eastern Walsh-Eddy-Nelson-Grand Forks-Griggs-Steele-Traill-Barnes-Cass-Ransom-S...

  • DEED awards Pilot Re-Entry Competitive Grants to 13 Minnesota Organizations

    Mar 8, 2023

    St. Paul - Today, the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) announced the Pilot Re-Entry Competitive Grant award recipients. Thirteen organizations across the state are being awarded a total of $3 million to provide training and employment services to more than 650 people coming home from Minnesota correctional facilities. Organizations receiving this funding will provide one-on-one career counseling and job search navigation, short and long-term skills training including on-the-job training and case management and...

  • John Lee Roy

    Mar 8, 2023

    John Lee Roy March 13, 1959 - March 4, 2023 A full obituary will be published soon. All-night visitation: Thursday, March 9, 2023 - 5:00 P.M. Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center Minneapolis, Minnesota All-night visitation: Friday, March 10, 2023 - 5:00 P.M. Ponemah Boy's & Girl's Club Community Center Ponemah, Minnesota Saturday, March 11, 2023 - 11:00 A.M. Ponemah Boy's & Girls Club Community Center Ponemah, Minnesota Interment: Ponemah Community Cemetery Ponemah,...

  • Suzette Lynn Tree Top

    Mar 8, 2023

    Suzette Lynn Tree Top June 8, 1990 - March 4, 2023 Suzette Lynn Tree Top, "Cánte Omakiya Win" (Helpful Hearted Woman) passed away on Saturday, March 4, 2023 at Altru Hospital, Grand Forks, ND. Our beloved baby sister and mother was born to the late David Tree Top Sr. and Marie Phillips-Thomas, one of the Cekpas born on June 8, 1990 in Bismarck, ND. She was the baby of all her siblings on both sides. Her childhood years were in Wakpala, South Dakota until 1998, then the family moved to the Spiri...

  • Alaina Marie DeFoe-Shofner

    Mar 8, 2023

    Alaina Marie DeFoe-Shofner April 13, 1967 - March 4, 2023 Alaina DeFoe-Shofner, (Memengwaa Ike- "Butterfly Woman") passed peacefully on Saturday, March 4th, 2023, at St. Luke's Hospital. She was born and raised in Duluth, Minnesota and currently lived on the Fond du Lac reservation with her husband John and her cats. She was a proud member of the Fond du Lac Ojibwe Tribe. She graduated from Duluth Denfeld High School and took college photography classes in the Twin Cities. Alaina provided many...

  • Archie L Villiard

    Mar 8, 2023

    Archie L Villiard April 17, 1957 - March 5, 2023 Archie L. Villiard, age 65 of Cloquet, passed away Sunday, March 5, 2023 at his home. He was born April 17, 1957 in Duluth, the son of Leon Arthur and Mary Louise Villiard. Archie was very strong, smart, and loving. He had amazing dreams for us and the people he cared for. Archie was a beloved father, dear friend to many, and a hard working member of the Fond du Lac Band. He will be dearly missed and leaves us with his wisdom and will forever be...

  • William "Bill" Keezer

    Mar 8, 2023

    William "Bill" Keezer July 24, 1978 - March 5, 2023 William Keezer, age 44, of Naytahwaush, MN, died unexpectedly on Sunday, March 5, 2023 at the Sanford Medical Center in Bagley, MN. Service details are pending....

  • Minnesota AG Keith Ellison launches investigation of Kia, Hyundai thefts

    Mar 8, 2023

    Someone broke into Ian Evans' garage in late December, busting his window and then accessing his steering column to steal his 2013 Kia Rio EX. "It was a big scramble to get a rental, to get the police report filed ... to figure out where [the car] was," said Evans, a University of Minnesota staff psychologist. "It is a violating feeling." Evans is among thousands of Kia and Hyundai owners whose vehicles were stolen in Minneapolis or St. Paul in 2022 - something Minnesota Attorney General Keith...

  • Rupert Murdoch said under oath he believes the 2020 presidential election was not stolen

    Mar 8, 2023

    NEW YORK - Fox Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch said under oath that he believes the 2020 presidential election was free, fair and not stolen, according to court filings released Tuesday in a voting machine company's defamation lawsuit over Fox News' coverage of former President Donald Trump's unfounded election fraud claims. In sworn questioning in January by lawyers for Dominion Voting Systems, Murdoch was asked, "Do you believe that the 2020 presidential election was free and fair?" "Yes," he...

  • Gov. Walz signs bill granting driver's licenses to unauthorized immigrants in Minnesota

    Mar 8, 2023
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    New opportunities have opened for the estimated 80,000 immigrants in Minnesota who have been barred from obtaining driver's licenses for more than 20 years. Gov. Tim Walz signed a bill into law at the Minnesota National Guard Armory in St. Paul on Tuesday that will allow unauthorized immigrants to obtain driver's licenses. Now, advocates say, more people will be able to reliably commute to work and school with driver's licenses, and that can translate to better pay to support families. They...

  • Family of slain Brooklyn Park woman rebukes plea bargain offered to teen suspects

    Mar 8, 2023

    When a young mother was found slain at a Brooklyn Park apartment complex last fall, it took homicide detectives little time to unravel the case. Under the cover of darkness, charges say, two teenage boys had kicked in the door and confronted Zaria McKeever at the behest of her jealous ex-boyfriend. The 15- and 17-year-old brothers brandished a borrowed handgun - the younger one allegedly firing the fatal shots that cut down a woman he barely knew. Surveillance video, witness statements and...

  • FDA: Two more eyedrop brands recalled due to risks

    Mar 8, 2023

    WASHINGTON - U.S. health officials are alerting consumers about two more recalls of eyedrops due to contamination risks that could lead to vision problems and serious injury. The announcements follow a recall last month of eyedrops made in India that were linked to an outbreak of drug-resistant infections. One person died and at least five others had permanent vision loss. There's no indication the latest recalls are related to those products. https://www.startribune.com/fda-...

  • Plymouth parents sentenced to 1 year in workhouse for neglect death of 7-year-old son

    Mar 8, 2023

    The parents of an adopted 7-year-old boy who died of neglect eight years ago received the maximum sentence of one year in custody - an appropriate punishment given their weekslong failure to intervene with medical care, the judge said. Timothy and Sarah Johnson, formerly of Plymouth but residents of New Zealand, where they moved shortly after the death, pleaded guilty to gross misdemeanor child neglect in connection with the March 2015 death of their adopted son Seth, who endured extensive traum...

  • Participant in prolific Minneapolis smartphone theft ring sentenced to nearly eight years

    Mar 8, 2023

    A 25-year-old St. Paul man is going to prison for being among several people who at times used violence to steal more than 100 smartphones in downtown Minneapolis and then drain money from their victims' financial apps. Aaron T. Johnson, 25, was sentenced Tuesday in Hennepin County District Court to nearly a nearly eight-year term after pleading guilty to felony racketeering for stealing and reselling phones and finding people on social media willing to launder stolen money. With credit for...

  • Survivors of deadly Mexico abduction returned to US

    Mar 8, 2023

    CIUDAD VICTORIA, Mexico - A road trip to Mexico for cosmetic surgery veered violently off course when four Americans were caught in a drug cartel shootout, leaving two dead and two held captive for days in a remote region of the Gulf coast before they were rescued from a wood shack, officials said Tuesday. Their minivan crashed and was fired on shortly after they crossed into the border city of Matamoros on Friday as drug cartel factions tore through the streets, the region's governor said. A...

  • Joe Biden plans new taxes on the rich to help save Medicare

    Mar 8, 2023

    WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Tuesday proposed new taxes on the rich to help fund Medicare, saying the plan would help to extend the insurance program's solvency by 25 years and provide a degree of middle-class stability to millions of older adults. In his plan, Biden is overtly declaring that the wealthy ought to shoulder a heavier tax burden. His budget would draw a direct line between those new taxes and the popular health insurance program for people older than 65, essentially asking those who've fared best in the economy to...

  • Open Casting Call for "Reservation Dogs" Brings Thousands to Audition

    Mar 8, 2023

    TULSA, Okla.-An open casting call for the upcoming season of "Reservation Dogs" brought thousands of Indigenous people to audition at the Park Elementary School in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday. The production hasn't had an open casting call since the first season, where it found several Indigenous talents who had no previous acting experience prior to Reservation Dogs. Distance didn't deter many as people traveled from all over Indian Country to audition for a role. Vehicle license plates were...

  • Native Women Less Likely to Get Mammogram, Study Shows

    Mar 8, 2023

    Breast cancer is the second deadliest cancer among women, behind lung cancer. But it's treatable when caught early, and doctors recommend regular mammogram to screen for breast cancer for women between 40 and 89 years old. Neither white women nor their Indigenous counterparts are getting mammograms as frequently as they should, according to a new study. Researchers conducted the study between 2005 and 2019 using Medicare fee-for-service claims data, and later analyzed testing frequency for...

  • Attorney General Ellison Launches Civil Investigation of Kia and Hyundai's Sale of Vehicles that Lack Industry-Standard, Anti-Theft Technology

    Mar 8, 2023

    March 7, 2023 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced today that he has launched a civil investigation into Kia and Hyundai’s sale of vehicles to Minnesota consumers that lacked industry-standard, anti-theft technology. As part of this investigation, earlier today, the Attorney General’s Office served civil investigative demands on Kia and Hyundai, which require them to produce documents and answer questions under oath. The purpose of the investigation is to gather information to determine whether Kia and...

  • American Indian College Fund Honors 35 Tribal College Students of the Year

    Mar 8, 2023

    Denver, Colo.-March 7, 2023-The American Indian College Fund honored 35 tribal college and university students with 2022-23 Student of the Year awards and scholarships, and Dr. Michael Oltrogge, President of Nebraska Indian Community College, with its 2022-23 Tribal College and University Honoree of the Year at a ceremony held Sunday, March 5 at the Albuquerque Convention Center in New Mexico. The Adolph Coors Foundation sponsors both awards with the College Fund. Tribal colleges and...

  • Riverview LLP abandons 21,000-animal dairy CAFO project proposed for less than 1-mile off White Earth Reservation boundary in the 1855 Treaty Territory

    Mar 8, 2023

    WHITE EARTH, MINN. – On March 6, 2023, Riverview LLP announced that it will abandon its proposed 21,000-animal dairy CAFO project, which the company planned to locate less than 1-mile away from the White Earth Reservation boundary in the 1855 Treaty Territory. The facility had proposed to appropriate 325 million gallons per year from the sacred Wild Rice River plus an additional 80 million gallons per year of groundwater. It planned to spread nearly 200 million gallons of manure and wastewater annually on White Earth Reservation and 1855...

  • Newest statewide air quality report underscores need for funding and action

    Mar 8, 2023

    The latest edition of Air We Breathe, a cornerstone report by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) that provides high-level data on Minnesota’s overall air quality, examines potential health risks associated with specific sources of air pollution in communities across Minnesota for the first time. The report calls for increased funding and further action to reduce air pollution, especially in communities of color and where low-income residents live. The MPCA submitted the biennial report to the Minnesota Legislature in January. In Mi...

  • St. Mary's Mission School 100th day of school fun

    SMMS|Mar 8, 2023

    1st grade and Kindergarten with some 100th day of school fun. 1st grade is 100 days smarter with their 100 fruit loop necklaces....

  • Warrior Offense struggles in 68-50 loss to Pine River on Parent Appreciation Night - P8

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 8, 2023

    Warrior Offense struggles in 68-50 loss to Pine River on Parent Appreciation Night Red Lake's Junior Varsity Offense dominates in 58-28 over Pine River in early game...

  • Lady Warriors come back from slow first-half start to win in thriller over Lake of the Woods 52-51 - P9

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 8, 2023

    Lady Warriors come back from slow first-half start to win in thriller over Lake of the Woods 52-51 in Red Lake It was Red Lake's last home game of the regular season and Parent Appreciation Night as well...

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