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Articles from the October 13, 2021 edition

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PSA TO RED LAKE BAND MEMBERS:

PSA TO RED LAKE BAND MEMBERS: The Household Stabilization Disbursement payment will be mailed by the end of this week. On-reservation members may start receiving their checks as early as Friday morning and "off rez" will receive theirs according to normal postal delivery. Seven Clans Casino-Red Lake, will be able to accommodate...

 

Mary Lou Clark

Mary Lou Clark April 7, 1953 - October 12, 2021 Mary Lou Clark (Oboodashkwaanishiinh – Dragonfly), 68, of Bemidji, MN died Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center. Traditional funeral services will be held at 10 am, Saturday, October 16, 2021 at the White Earth Office (formerly the American Legion) in Cass...

 

Theodore "Ted" Joseph LaFriniere

Theodore "Ted" Joseph LaFriniere October 27, 1960 - October 9, 2021 Theodore "Ted" Joseph LaFriniere, 60, of Bemidji, MN died Saturday, October 9, 2021. Services will be held at 2:00pm, Monday, October 18, 2021, at the Calvary Lutheran Church in Bemidji, MN. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service. Arrangements are...

 

Donald Charles "Chief" Munnell

Donald Charles "Chief" Munnell April 5, 1943 ~ October 7, 2021 (age 78) Donald Charles "Chief" Munnell, age 78, of Ball club, MN, passed away on Thursday October 7, 2021, with his family by his side. Donald was born April 5, 1943 in Cass Lake, MN. Donald was an avid reader, who loved to play Scrabble, watch Jeopardy, going to...

 

Judith Margaret Day

Judith Margaret Day March 24, 1945 - October 9, 2020 Judith Margaret Day, age 76, journeyed to the spirit world on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at her residence in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was born on March 24, 1945 in Minneapolis, Minnesota the daughter of Sachio Tanighuchi and Lucille Marie Smith. She went to college and...

 

William James Diaz

William James Diaz March 30, 2002 - October 09, 2021 William James Diaz, 19 of Belcourt and Fort Totten ND passed away on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at Belcourt ND as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. The Wake for Willy will be on Friday, October 15, 2021 at the Fort Totten Wellness Center beginning at...

 

Donna Marie (Grauman) Rogers

Donna Marie (Grauman) Rogers December 21, 1971 ~ October 9, 2021 (age 49) Donna Marie (Grauman) Rogers Age: 49 Address: 2653 Osprey Lane SE Cass Lake, MN 56633 Date of Death: October 9, 2021 Place of Death: Sanford West Hospital Fargo, North Dakota Date of Birth: December 21, 1971 Place of Birth: Cass Lake, MN Survived By:...

 

Cedar Marie Buckanaga

Cedar Marie Buckanaga May 31, 2006 ~ October 9, 2021 (age 15) Cedar Marie Buckanaga, 15 years young, "Migizi" which means "Eagle", of Mahnomen, Minnesota began her journey to the spirit world on Saturday, October 9th, 2021, from the Mahnomen Health Center in Mahnomen, MN. She was born the daughter of Nicole (Beaulieu) and Curtis...

 

Angela Agnes White

Angela Agnes White April 24, 1991 ~ October 9, 2021 (age 30) Angela "Ang" Agnes White, 30 years young, of Federal Dam, Minnesota journeyed to the spirit world on Saturday, October 9th, 2021, from Pennington, MN. She was born on April 24th, 1991, in Bemidji, MN to Genevieve "Genny" Chase and Larry White. Ang's spirit was one...

 

Donald John White

Donald John White March 19, 1957 ~ October 9, 2021 (age 64) Donald John White, age 64, of Longville, Minnesota journeyed to the spirit world from the Miller Dwan Hospital in Duluth, MN on Saturday, October 9th, 2021. He was born to Zora (Bird) and Donald White on March 19th, 1957, in Bemidji, MN Donald White was the type of man...

 

Rising COVID-19 numbers returning to pre-vaccine levels in Minnesota

Minnesota on Tuesday reported a COVID-19 test positivity rate of 8.3% that is the highest in the vaccine era and a level of hospitalizations that hasn't been seen since the first shots against the coronavirus were administered in mid-December. COVID-19 hospitalizations in Minnesota reached 960 on Monday and included 254 people n...

 

Target to invest $100 million in Black-led organizations

Target Corp. will invest $100 million in Black-led organizations through 2025 as it continues to realign its philanthropic priorities. The investment, which will include non-profits and programs that work to elevate Black voices, will be made through the Minneapolis-based retail chain and its foundation "to help fuel economic...

 

Sheriff: Fatal shooting of woman in Brainerd area may have been a case of mistaken identity

A 29-year-old man has been charged with fatally shooting a woman in a resort cabin near Nisswa, Minn., in what appears to be a case of him believing he was targeting his former girlfriend. Cameron J. Moser, of Brainerd, was charged Monday in Crow Wing County District Court with second-degree intentional murder in connection...

 

Americans quit their jobs at a record pace in August

WASHINGTON - One reason America's employers are having trouble filling jobs was starkly illustrated in a report Tuesday: Americans are quitting in droves. The Labor Department said that quits jumped to 4.3 million in August, the highest on records dating back to December 2000, and up from 4 million in July. That's equivalent to...

 

Kirk Cousins surprises Vikings' social justice committee with $500,000 donation

On Monday, coach Mike Zimmer said again how Kirk Cousins has been more outspoken as a leader during his fourth season with the Vikings than the quarterback had been during his first three years in Minnesota. Last week, Cousins made a significant statement with his money. Cousins surprised the Vikings' social justice committee...

 

Nobels nearly shut out women

After a year in which only one out of 13 Nobel laureates was a woman, a top official at the institution that awards some of the prizes dismissed the idea of gender quotas, saying the current system was in line with "the spirit of Alfred Nobel's last will." Goran Hansson, secretary-general of the Royal Swedish Academy of...

 

House sends debt limit hike to Biden, staving off default

WASHINGTON — Members of the House on Tuesday pushed through a short-term increase to the nation's debt limit, ensuring the federal government can continue fully paying its bills into December and temporarily averting an unprecedented default that would have decimated the economy. The $480 billion increase in the country's borrowing ceiling cleared the Senate last week on a...

 

Duluth City Council condemns legacy of Indian boarding schools

DULUTH – From the steps of City Hall, an Ojibwe prayer rose above the crowd. A 10-year-old danced in traditional dress. Drums and songs punctuated the stories of Indigenous achievements. "This is a victory for our ancestors," said Babette Sandman, chair of Duluth's Indigenous Commission and a member of the White Earth Nation....

 

Tribes, Advocates Work to Fix a 30-year-old Loophole in Federal Law

More than 116,000 Native American ancestors are in limbo-their remains not yet laid to rest, but instead kept in storage at museums and institutions across the country. That's despite a 30-year-old federal law Congress passed to ensure institutional return of human remains and sacred objects, the Native American Graves...

 

Vice President Harris addresses National Congress of American Indians

Vice President Kamala Harris addresses the National Congress of American Indians on October 12, 2021. NCAI, the nation’s largest inter-tribal advocacy organization, is hosting its 78th annual convention this week. Tribal leaders are meeting virtually to hear from top officials from President Joe Biden’s administration and key members of Congress. “This week, tribal...

 

Tribal community celebrates first Indigenous Peoples' Day in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Nebraska - Tribal leaders, state officials and descendants of America's first indigenous doctor celebrated Nebraska's first Indigenous Peoples' Day on Monday with song, words and cultural presentations. They gathered in the Capitol Rotunda, members of the state's four federally recognized tribes – the Omaha, Santee,...

 

Indigenous Peoples Day celebrated

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Indigenous people across the United States marked Monday with celebrations of their heritage, education campaigns and a push for the Biden administration to make good on its word. The federal holiday created decades ago to recognize Christopher Columbus’ sighting in 1492 of what came to be known as the Americas increasingly has been rebranded as...

 

McConnell challenges Garland on DOJ effort to address threats against public school board members and teachers

Washington (CNN) -- Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell on Saturday told Attorney General Merrick Garland that parents "absolutely should be telling" local schools what to teach amid a debate over mask and vaccine mandates, the role of racial equity education and transgender rights in schools that has become a flash point ahead of the 2022 midterms. "Parents absolutely...

 

California makes ethnic studies a high school requirement

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Along with English, science, math and other graduation requirements, California high school students will have to take a course in ethnic studies to get a diploma starting in 2029-30. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Friday that makes California among the first in the nation to list ethnic studies as a...

 

School bus driver shortage may be 'long-term problem:' Expert

A shortage of school bus drivers has complicated an already complicated back-to-school season across the U.S. And according to some in the field, the problem might be a long-term situation. "Some jobs like bus drivers we haven’t paid people well enough,” John King, Jr., former U.S. Secretary of Education under President Obama, told Yahoo Finance. "It’s been a challenge...

 

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