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Articles from the September 23, 2022 edition

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Joseph K. Jourdain

Joseph K. Jourdain April 2, 1954 ~ September 20, 2022 (age 68) Joseph Kenneth Jourdain, age 68, of St. Paul, MN, passed away at his home on Tuesday, September 20, 2022. Joseph was born on April 2, 1954, in Red Lake, MN, to Eliza and Baptiste Jourdain. He graduated from Mountain Iron High School and spent many years on the Iron...

 

Belva C. BirdHorse-Greyhorn

Belva C. BirdHorse-Greyhorn May 31, 1938 - September 16, 2022 Belva Clarenda Birdhorse-Greyhorn “Gle Yunke Win” (Lay Down Woman) of rural St. Michael, North Dakota passed away on Friday, September 16, 2022 at home surrounded by her loving family. The wake for Belva will be held on Thursday, September 29, 2022 at St. Michael’s Recreation Center, St. Michael ND beginning...

 

Minnesota Department of Education seeks over $500K in legal fees from Feeding Our Future

The state Department of Education wants more than $583,000 back for defending itself in what it is calling a "sham" lawsuit from Feeding Our Future. The nonprofit, accused this week of running a massive scheme to defraud the government of more than $250 million, had sued the Education Department in 2020 after the state cut off...

 

U.S. Bank Stadium may get new, permanent security fencing

U.S. Bank Stadium soon may be encircled by a permanent security fence, replacing the chain-link fence that has surrounded most of the downtown Minneapolis structure since it opened in 2016. The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority on Thursday directed staffers to choose a firm to design the fence and landscaping. How much the...

 

Trump's legal woes mount without protection of presidency

WASHINGTON - Stark repudiation by federal judges he appointed. Far-reaching fraud allegations by New York's attorney general. It's been a week of widening legal troubles for Donald Trump, laying bare the challenges piling up as the former president operates without the protections afforded by the White House. The bravado that...

 

Man shot to death in daylight near downtown Minneapolis

A man was shot Thursday morning south of downtown Minneapolis and died, officials said. The gunfire occurred about 9:20 a.m. near Groveland and Nicollet avenues, police said. Officers located the man, in his 20s, and emergency medical personnel took him to HCMC, where he died, police said. His identity has yet to be released. https://www.startribune.com/man-...

 

Walmart, Target begin holiday early to ease inflation sting

NEW YORK - Walmart and Target plan to begin offering deals and price matching offers earlier this year to keep up with Americans pressed by soaring inflation and looking for ways to ease the potential sting of holiday shopping. For two years now, shoppers have started preparing for the holidays early but last year it was because...

 

Brain, nerve damage fears rise after study of millions of COVID patients

Brain and nerve conditions such as Alzheimer's disease and stroke are significantly more common among COVID-19 survivors than those who've never had the disease, according to a study of millions of patient records that raises alarms about the pandemic's devastating aftereffects. Former COVID patients had a 42% increased risk of...

 

U.S. House passes public safety package

WASHINGTON — A local police funding bill won unanimous support from Minnesota lawmakers in the U.S. House on Thursday, even as political tension around public safety remains sharply evident on Capitol Hill. "Despite reports of its demise, bipartisanship is still alive," Democratic Rep. Dean Phillips texted shortly after passage of the $300 million legislation. The package,...

 

Mississippi welfare scandal spreads well beyond Brett Favre

As he became further enmeshed in a scheme that diverted federal welfare money to build a volleyball stadium that cost more than $5 million at the University of Southern Mississippi, former football star Brett Favre texted a question to the ​head of a nonprofit doling out funds meant to go to welfare recipients in the nation's...

 

Bemidji woman admits fatally shooting man in dispute over stolen vehicle and drugs

A 21-year-old northern Minnesota woman has admitted to killing a man who had allegedly stolen her vehicle and drugs after tracking him down to a home's garage on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in 2019. Alexia Gah Gi Gay Mary Cutbank, 21, of Bemidji pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court in St. Paul to aiding and abetting second-degree murder and assault. She was...

 

Montana law ending Election Day voter registration on hold

HELENA, Mont. — The Montana Supreme Court, in a split ruling on Wednesday, upheld a temporary order blocking the enforcement of two election-related laws passed by the 2021 Montana Legislature while the laws are being challenged in court. Five justices agreed with a lower-court judge who blocked a law that required people using a student identification to register and vote...

 

Endoscopy COVID-19 testing requirements disproportionately impact medically underserved communities

MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL (09/22/2022) — Published in Gastroenterology, a peer-reviewed commentary by University of Minnesota Medical School researchers found that medically underserved people (Black, American Indian/Alaska Native or Hispanic) are three times more likely to cancel their endoscopy related to issues with COVID-19 testing requirements. “While well-intentioned,...

 

Minnesota Board on Aging awards grants to support people with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia

Eleven Minnesota organizations will be able to increase awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, promote early diagnosis and connect caregivers to resources, thanks to grants from the Minnesota Board on Aging. The Board on Aging is granting nearly $750,000 to the 11 organizations. “These funds support not only people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of...

 

Minnesota human services organizations recognized for outstanding efforts

Seven Minnesota human services organizations will receive recognition for their commitment to providing housing, economic assistance, food, health care and other essential services to the state’s residents. The first award presentation will be to Housing Matters in Bemidji on Tuesday, Sept. 27, for its work to address the community’s growing housing crisis. The...

 

Senate Confirms Roselyn Tso as Director of the Indian Health Service

Today, September 21, 2022, Roselyn Tso (Navajo) was confirmed as the Director of the Indian Health Service (IHS) by voice vote in the Senate. Her confirmation comes after 21 months without a permanent IHS Director. Elizabeth Fowler (Comanche) has been serving as the Acting Director of IHS since the resignation of the previous Director, Rear Admiral Michael Weahkee (Zuni), in...

 

Warriors Football Team unable to stop Wadena; still looking for first win of season

The Red Lake Warriors Football Team played hard on Thursday, September 22, 2022, but were unable to stop Wadena in Red Lake....

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team hosted Fon du Lac on Thursday, Sept. 22nd

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team hosted Fon du Lac on Thursday, Sept. 22nd Junior Varsity victorious 2-1 in the early set...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team looking for first win of season, lose 3-0 to Kelliher-Northome - P4

The Red Lake Lady Warriors Volleyball Team was looking for first win of the season on Monday, September 19, 2022, but lost to Kelliher-Northome 3-0 at home. Earlier, the Junior High Girls won their match 2-0, while the Junior Varsity lost 2-0....

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team drops home opener to Indus 3-1 - P6

The Red Lake Lady Warriors Volleyball Team dropped their home opener to Indus 3-1 on Thursday, September 15, 2022. Red Lake Junior Varsity were winners in the earlier match 2-0....

 

Annual Labor Day Pow Wow held in Ponemah - Saturday Night Session - P14

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 - P14

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...

 

Warriors Football Team lose home opener to New York Mills - P15

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...

 

Ground Blessing Ceremony for New Ponemah Pow Wow Grounds held in Ponemah - P15

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....

 

Red Lake Nation Fair 2022: Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow - P24

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...

 

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