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Articles from the October 6, 2022 edition

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Vernon "Oscar" Perkins

Vernon "Oscar" Perkins April 16, 1960 ~ October 4, 2022 (age 62) Vernon "Oscar" Perkins, age 62, of Bigfork, MN, formerly of Ponemah, MN, travelled to the spirit world on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at his residence. Oscar was born on April 16, 1960, in Chicago, IL, to Carolyn Perkins and Francis Funmaker. As a young boy he moved...

 

Lance "Mahto" Ross

Lance "Mahto" Ross February 28, 2003 - September 29, 2022 Lance began his journey home on Thursday, September 29, 2022. Lance Mahto Ross was born on February 28, 2003 to Ashley Ross Feather and Owen McKay. He was adopted and raised by his grandparents Solomon and Claudette Ross. From the day he was born he never left their...

 

Fleet Farm accused of negligently selling guns to straw buyers

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is suing Fleet Farm, accusing the retailer of repeatedly selling guns to buyers who turn around and resell them to violent criminals who cannot legally buy the weapons themselves. At least one of those guns acquired in such a "straw purchase" was used in a 2021 shootout in a St. Paul bar...

 

Minnesota's lieutenant governor candidates want voters to weigh what they bring to ticket

DFL Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan and Republican Matt Birk are 40-something parents who live in Twin Cities suburbs and are seeking the second-highest job in the state. One is the nation's highest ranking Native American woman elected to executive office, the other a former pro football player who started a Catholic school. And both...

 

Judge denies St. Paul food provider's effort to rejoin meals program

A federal judge has denied a St. Paul nonprofit's legal efforts to rejoin Minnesota's federal child nutrition program. Partners in Nutrition sought to reverse the Minnesota Department of Education's decision to terminate the organization as a meals program sponsor after news broke about an alleged multimillion-dollar food fraud...

 

Luis Arraez wins batting title as Twins end season by beating White Sox

CHICAGO - Luis Arraez's arms are probably pretty tired. Sure, from swinging the bat so well all season in order to claim the American League batting title, which he officially won in the Twins' 10-1 victory over the White Sox on Wednesday. But also from stretching out for all the hugs he received in the wake of his achievement....

 

Biden and DeSantis join together in Ian recovery effort

FORT MYERS, Florida - President Joe Biden surveyed the devastation of hurricane-ravaged Florida on Wednesday, promising to marshal the power of the federal government to help rebuild as he comforted local residents alongside Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, a potential 2024 foe. Biden praised DeSantis' handling of the storm...

 

OPEC+ makes big oil cut to boost prices; pump costs may rise

FRANKFURT, Germany - The OPEC+ alliance of oil-exporting countries decided Wednesday to sharply cut production to support sagging oil prices, a move that could deal the struggling global economy another blow and raise politically sensitive pump prices for U.S. drivers just ahead of key national elections. Energy ministers cut...

 

Putin signs annexation of Ukrainian regions as losses mount

KYIV, Ukraine - Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the final papers Wednesday to annex four regions of Ukraine while his military struggled to control the new territory that was added in violation of international laws. Ukrainian law enforcement officials, meanwhile, reported discovering more evidence of torture and...

 

Ukraine recovers more territory in region Russia claims to have annexed

KYIV (Reuters) -President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Ukrainian forces have retaken more settlements in Kherson, one of the partially Russian-occupied southern regions that Moscow claims to have annexed. With Russian forces retreating from front lines in the south and east, Zelenskiy said in a late-night video address on Wednesday...

 

Attorney General Ellison sues Fleet Farm for negligently selling firearms to straw purchasers

Gun Fleet Farm sold to straw purchaser traced to October 2021 Truck Park shooting in Saint Paul where Marquisha Wiley was killed, 14 bystanders injured October 5, 2022 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today filed a lawsuit against Fleet Farm for negligently selling firearms to straw purchasers, aiding and abetting these criminals, and contributing to...

 

Red Lake Gaming "Work Your Way" Program

Are you looking for a flexible way to earn EXTRA CASH? Check out our new "Work Your Way" Program! Work when you want – up to 29 hours per week Get paid $12/hour (by the end of the next business day)* Apply online today or stop in and see Human Resources! To apply online or learn more visit: https://www.seve...

 
 Events   

October Vaccination Events at Red Lake Hospital

October Vaccination Events at Red Lake Hospital Every Thursday in October, Red Lake Hospital will be offering Pfizer Bivanlent boosters to patients 18 and older in the COVID-TESTING Garage from 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM. Please bring your ID and vaccine card....

 

PUBLIC NOTICES FROM RED LAKE NATION ENGINEERING

PUBLIC NOTICE. Construction of River Road (I.R. 19) will begin next week between Frogs Bridge and Rock Dam. Milling and repair of subgrade will begin and construction will continue until freeze-up. Please proceed with caution. Milling will remain through the winter. If you have any questions, contact Tribal Engineering at...

 

Nov. 5 event to celebrate adoption and kinship care

Adoptive and foster families – and anyone interested in adopting – are invited to celebrate adoption and learn more at an upcoming event for Adoption Awareness Month. The 25th annual Circus of the Heart event honors families who have grown through adoption and kinship care, and provides information about adopting children and youth under state guardianship. This virtual...

 

New managed care contracts will serve 600,000

On Wednesday, the Minnesota Department of Human Services finalized managed care contracts for families and children in 80 Greater Minnesota counties and for older adults and adults with disabilities statewide. The new contracts for public health care programs will serve approximately 600,000 Minnesotans, beginning Jan. 1, 2023. The following managed care plans will have...

 

Bemidji City Council revisits topic of displaying tribal flags at city hall

BEMIDJI — The possibility of city hall displaying flags from the three tribal nations that neighbor Bemidji once again became a topic of conversation during the Bemidji City Council’s meeting on Monday, Oct. 3. Despite not formally being on the agenda, the discussion arose after At-large Councilor Daniel Jourdain made a motion for a vote on the issue to be included in the...

 

History Was Made as Nicole Aunapu Mann Became the First Native American Woman Launched into Space

History was made on Wednesday when Nicole Aunapu Mann (Wailacki of the Round Valley Indian Tribes) became the first Native American woman ever to be launched into space. Mann serves as the mission commander on NASA’s SpaceX Crew-5 space mission on the Dragon spacecraft named Endurance. The SpaceX Crew-5 mission was launched...

 

Every two days, a land defender is killed. Most are Indigenous

In Brazil, two Yanomami children drowned after getting sucked into a dredging machine used by illegal gold miners. A 14 year old Pataxó child was shot in the head during a conflict over land in the northeastern Bahia state. A Guarani Kaiowá person was killed by military police during a clash over a farm the Guarani had reclaimed from settlers. “There has been an increase...

 

OMBIMINDWAA GIDINAWEMAAGANINAADOG TOUR AND WALK THROUGH HELD ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2022 - P3

THE OMBIMINDWAA GIDINAWEMAAGANINAADOG TOUR AND WALK THROUGH WAS HELD ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2022 Community members were invited by staff to tour the building, ask questions and see the progress of the new construction. The construction project is scheduled to be completed in July 2023. See also: Inter-Generational Family Wellness...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team host Laporte, lose 3-0 in set - P4

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team hosted Laporte on Thursday, September 29, 2022, lose 3-0 in set. Junior High wins 2-0; Junior Varsity lose 2-0. Parent Appreciation Night also held during their last home game....

 

Red Lake Comp Health holds Suicide Prevention "Hike for Health" - P5

Red Lake Comprehensive Health Program held their Suicide Prevention "Hike for Health" on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 from 3:30 PM to 5 PM at the Red Lake High School East parking lot. T-shirts and prizes were given away, an opening prayer waspresented, followed by a walk around the Government Center and a light meal. They...

 

Warriors Football Team unable to stop Wadena; still looking for first win of season - P9

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 - P9

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 - P12

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....

 

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