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Articles from the September 9, 2022 edition

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Queen Elizabeth II dead at 96 after 70 years on the throne

LONDON - Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest-reigning monarch and a symbol of stability in a turbulent era that saw the decline of the British empire and disarray in her own family, died Thursday after 70 years on the throne. She was 96. The palace announced she died at Balmoral Castle, her summer residence in Scotland, where...

 

Trump documents probe: US ready to appeal judge's hold

WASHINGTON - The Justice Department is preparing to appeal a judge's decision granting the appointment of an independent arbiter to review records seized in a criminal investigation by the FBI from former President Donald Trump's Florida home. Citing national security concerns and other factors, the department also asked U.S....

 

Boosters arrive ahead of Minnesota's uncertain COVID-19 fall

New COVID-19 vaccine boosters are now widely available in the Twin Cities this week, amid low but persistent pandemic numbers in Minnesota and an uncertain fall and winter. Pandemic trends in Thursday's weekly state report showed little change - with publicly reported coronavirus infections remaining at about 1,400 per day and...

 

US changes names of places with racist term for Native women

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The U.S. government has joined a ski resort and others that have quit using a racist term for a Native American woman by renaming hundreds of peaks, lakes, streams and other geographical features on federal lands in the West and elsewhere. New names for nearly 650 places bearing the offensive word "squaw"...

 

Jury verdict means $56 million for man badly burned by hot water while working at Summit Brewing

A Ramsey County jury's verdict means a $56 million payout for a St. Paul man who was severely scalded by hot water that escaped from a high-pressure hose while working at Summit Brewing Company. DeWarren Harris, 33, was awarded more than $35 million in damages by jurors who at the end of the 2 1⁄2 -week trial Wednesday found...

 

Canada rampage suspect death prompts fresh investigation

ROSTHERN, Saskatchewan - The last suspect in a horrific stabbing rampage that killed 10 and wounded 18 in western Canada is dead following his capture, but how he died after being taken into custody has prompted fresh investigations. One official said Myles Sanderson, 32, died from self-inflicted injuries Wednesday after police...

 

Minnesota DHS chief addresses revelations of shoddy oversight of housing grants

In what has become a yearly ritual, the head of the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) appeared before state lawmakers Thursday to address revelations of poor financial controls at the massive state agency. A performance audit released last week by the Office of the Legislative Auditor offered a scathing critique of...

 

'No words can emphasize the feelings that we're going through'

At a press conference this afternoon, leaders of the James Cree Nation spoke publicly for the first time about the mass murder of 10 people on and near the reservation in Saskatchewan, Canada. Indigenous leaders, Canadian government officials, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and members of the victims' families were in...

 

Second Suspect in Cree Nation Stabbings Died in Police Custody

Myles Sanderson, the primary suspect in the stabbing spree on James Cree Nation that left 10 people dead and 19 injured over the weekend, died in police custody Wednesday afternoon, Canadian law-enforcement officials have reported. Sanderson went into "medical distress" shortly after being taken into custody and later died at the hospital where he was taken, Assistant...

 

'We've been at the table'

CHARLES CITY, Virginia - Tribal nations here are ushering in a new era in health care after securing recognition from the federal government. Since re-establishing their government-to-government relationships with the United States, seven tribes have been working closely with the Indian Health Service. The efforts include two...

 

'Friends with benefits'

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The chief executive officer of the National Congress of American Indians lost his job over his handling of a sexual harassment investigation, according to documents filed in court here. Dante Desiderio, who was on the job for barely a year, was not the target of investigation, according to a complaint he...

 

Ed Boggess receives U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Silver Eagle Award

We at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Midwest Region are pleased to announce the presentation of the Silver Eagle Award to Ed Boggess, a longtime partner and friend to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, both during his days with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and with the Midwest Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, referred to informally as MAFWA. The...

 

Interior Department Completes Removal of "Sq___" from Federal Use

WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior today announced the Board on Geographic Names (BGN) has voted on the final replacement names for nearly 650 geographic features featuring the word sq___. The final vote completes the last step in the historic efforts to remove a term from federal use that has historically been used as an offensive ethnic, racial and sexist slur,...

 

Minnesota COVID-19 exposure notification system updated to include self-test results

St. Paul, MN – Starting Thursday, September 8, an update will begin to roll out to Minnesota’s COVIDaware MN users that will allow Minnesotans who receive positive COVID-19 self-test results to request a verification code to voluntarily enter into the system – kicking off the process to send anonymous notifications to other COVIDaware MN users who may have been exposed...

 

MNsure Awards Over $4.2 Million to Navigators Reaching Underinsured Communities in Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Today, MNsure, Minnesota’s health insurance marketplace, announced over $4.2 million in grant awards to 22 organizations to support increased outreach and enrollment help in communities across the state. All 22 organizations employ MNsure-certified “navigators” — local experts who offer free application and enrollment assistance to Minnesotans who...

 

10th Annual Earl Sargent Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament held on Saturday - P3

Man where do I start...I can't thank everyone enough for all they did today! Thomas Jackson for holding down the scores, Pat defoe for helping behind the scenes with the numbers also even tho he couldn't be there with us today. Patricia Neadeau Karron Kay Sandra Cobenais Sherilyn Neadeau for all the delicious food, oh man was...

 

Annual Labor Day Pow Wow held in Ponemah - Saturday Night Session - P4

Annual Labor Day Pow Wow held in Ponemah Obashiing Labor Day Princess Jasinda Kingbird Obashiing Labor Day Brave Kordae kingbird Ponemah Parade Winners: Kiddie 1st - Ymanni Burris - $200 2nd - Waylen Johnson Cloud - $150 3rd - Cataleya Burris 4th - Olivianna Zamora & Judy Honorable Mentions Devin Johnson Coburn Johnson...

 

Annual Labor Day Pow Wow held in Ponemah - Friday Night Session - P4

Annual Labor Day Pow Wow held in Ponemah Obashiing Labor Day Princess Jasinda Kingbird Obashiing Labor Day Brave Kordae kingbird Ponemah Parade Winners: Kiddie 1st - Ymanni Burris - $200 2nd - Waylen Johnson Cloud - $150 3rd - Cataleya Burris 4th - Olivianna Zamora & Judy Honorable Mentions Devin Johnson Coburn Johnson...

 

Ground Blessing Ceremony for New Ponemah Pow Wow Grounds held in Ponemah - P5

A Ground Blessing Ceremony for the New Ponemah Pow Wow Grounds was held in Ponemah on Thursday, September 1, 2022, one day before the start of their Annual Labor Day Celebration....

 

Warriors Football Team lose home opener to New York Mills - P5

The Red Lake Warriors Football Team lost their home opener to New York Mills on Thursday, September 1, 2022, playing under the lights once again after many years of earlier games. Red Lake will travel to Red Lake County Central on September 9, Bagley on September 16 and be back at home hosting Wadena at 5:30...

 

Red Lake Elementary School holds Open House for incoming students for the 2022-23 school year - P5

Red Lake Elementary School held Open House for incoming students for the 2022-23 school year on Thursday, September 1, 2022. The regular school year is scheduled to begin the day after Labor Day....

 

Red Lake Nation Fair 2022: Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow - P14

Red Lake Nation Fair 2022: Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow New 2022-2023 Red Lake Royality Red Lake Nation Princess: Shai Donnell Red Lake Nation Junior Princess: Marzia Kingbird Red Lake Nation Senior Brave: Martrez Kirkie Red Lake Nation Junior Brave: Biidwe Kingbird Horseshoe Tournament winners Girls 1st Place Ceangela Pemberton...

 

Red Lake Nation Fair 2022: Saturday Afternoon Parade - P14

Red Lake Nation Fair 2022: Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow New 2022-2023 Red Lake Royality Red Lake Nation Princess: Shai Donnell Red Lake Nation Junior Princess: Marzia Kingbird Red Lake Nation Senior Brave: Martrez Kirkie Red Lake Nation Junior Brave: Biidwe Kingbird Horseshoe Tournament winners Girls 1st Place Ceangela Pemberton...

 

Red Lake Nation Fair 2022: Friday Night Pow Wow - P14

Red Lake Nation Fair 2022: Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow New 2022-2023 Red Lake Royality Red Lake Nation Princess: Shai Donnell Red Lake Nation Junior Princess: Marzia Kingbird Red Lake Nation Senior Brave: Martrez Kirkie Red Lake Nation Junior Brave: Biidwe Kingbird Horseshoe Tournament winners Girls 1st Place Ceangela Pemberton...

 

Red Lake Conservation Law Enforcement, Police Department and DNR host Cops & Bobbers - P15

The Red Lake Conservation Law Enforcement, Police Department and DNR hosted "Cops & Bobbers" on Thursday, August18, 2022 at Fuller's Lake in Red Lake....

 

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