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Articles from the October 13, 2022 edition

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A MESSAGE FROM THE OFFICE OF THE TRIBAL SECRETARY

FROM THE OFFICE OF THE TRIBAL SECRETARY Attention: Red Lake Enrolled Members This is a reminder to keep your address up to date with the Red Lake Enrollment Office. CALL: (218) 679-1345 RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS ENROLLMENT DEPARTMENT P O BOX 555 RED LAKE MN 56671 Phone: ( 218 ) 679-3341 Fax: ( 218 ) 6...

 

Dante "Tay" Hoffman-Quiterio

Dante Demetrius Hoffman-Quiterio, age 23, of Minneapolis MN, journeyed to the Spirit World September 13, 2022. Dante was raised by his grandmother Marlene. Tay graduated from South High School, and enjoyed working at Walmart. Hanging out with family and friends was a favorite pastime. He loved doing artwork, jailhouse drawings...

 

Carolyn Faye Donald

Carolyn Faye Donald June 11, 1962 - October 10, 2022 Carolyn Faye Donald (Ozhaawashkoozibinisiik) passed away on 10/10/22. She was born 6/11/92 in Cook, Minnesota. She was preceded in death by her mother Joanne Donald, sister Coleen Jennings, nephew Don Kingbird and faithful cat Freedom. Carolyn will be missed by: father Gary...

 

Sara Jaqueline Annette

Sara Jaqueline Annette September 1, 1986 - October 8, 2022 Sara Jaqueline Annette, age 36, of Ponsford, Minnesota, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, October 8, 2022. A funeral service will be at 2:00 pm on Friday, October 14, 2022, at the Old Pine Point School in Pine Point, Minnesota. A visitation will begin at 5:00 pm on...

 

New evidence to show Trump was warned of violence on Jan. 6

What will probably be the final public hearing of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol is expected to highlight newly obtained Secret Service records showing how President Donald Trump was repeatedly alerted to brewing violence that day, and that he still sought to stoke the conflict,...

 

Brooklyn Center homeowner admits staging arson, blaming political left, receiving $61K from insurer

A Brooklyn Center man has admitted to staging an arson attack by the political left on his property two years ago, and then using the ruse to cheat his insurance company out of $61,000 and collect thousands more in donations. Denis V. Molla, 30, pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis to one count of wire...

 

Alex Jones ordered to pay $965 million for Sandy Hook lies

WATERBURY, Conn. - Jurors ordered conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Wednesday to pay nearly $1 billion to Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims' relatives and an FBI agent, who said he turned their loss and trauma into years of torment by promoting the lie that the rampage was a hoax. The $965 million verdict is the...

 

State settles with Andersen Windows over 'refusal' to hire applicant with disability

Andersen Corp. is settling a discrimination claim alleging the company withdrew a job offer after learning of an applicant's disability, according to the Minnesota Department of Human Rights. The window and door manufacturer based in Bayport, Minn., will pay the man $41,000 and adhere to several stipulations meant to "build a...

 

North Korea says Kim supervised cruise missile tests

SEOUL, South Korea - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised tests of long-range cruise missiles, which he described as a successful demonstration of his military's expanding nuclear strike capabilities and readiness for "actual war," state media said Thursday. Wednesday's tests extended a record number of weapons...

 

West to bolster Ukraine air defense; nuke plant loses power

KYIV, Ukraine - Unbowed Western powers pledged to supply Ukraine with more potent air defense systems following a furious barrage of retaliatory Russian missile strikes, including one that temporarily knocked Europe's biggest nuclear plant off the invaded country's electrical grid Wednesday. The Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia...

 

ACT test scores drop to lowest in 30 years in pandemic slide

PHOENIX - Scores on the ACT college admissions test by this year's high school graduates hit their lowest point in more than 30 years - the latest evidence of the enormity of learning disruption during the pandemic. The class of 2022's average ACT composite score was 19.8 out of 36, marking the first time since 1991 that the...

 

U.S. authorizes updated COVID booster shots for children as young as 5

Oct 12 (Reuters) - U.S. health regulators authorized the use of Omicron-tailored COVID-19 booster shots from Moderna Inc (MRNA.O) and Pfizer Inc (PFE.N) in children as young as 5, a move that will expand the government's fall vaccination campaign. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday green-lighted Moderna's bivalent vaccine for those aged six and above, while...

 

Lake Vermilion Fisherman's Bust Uses DNA To Make Case – Duluth News Tribune

DULUTH — Minnesota Conservation Officer Shane Zavodnik, who patrols the forests and waters of the Virginia area on the Iron Range, had to get some help from the science lab to make a big fish bust that started at Lake Vermilion. As early as July 8, Zavodnik reached out to some out-of-state anglers who travel to Vermilion annually. The two anglers had complained that the...

 

FEMA Announces First National Tribal Affairs Advocate

WASHINGTON – Following the release of its first-ever National Tribal Strategy in August, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has appointed the agency's first National Tribal Affairs Advocate, Native News Online has learned. Kelbie Kennedy, a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, was sworn in yesterday and will...

 

Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program Crosses $1B Funding Threshold

The Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program has issued more than $1.35 billion in funding, according to a National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announcement Wednesday. The latest round of funding awarded $602 million to 23 tribal projects, the largest single distribution yet from the program's $1.98...

 

President Biden joins calls for city officials to resign over anti-Indigenous racism

President Joe Biden has joined national-level politicians in seeking the resignations of city officials in California who made racist and offensive statements about Indigenous people. “He believes that they all should resign,” White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said of Nury Martinez, Gil Cedillo and Kevin de León, three members of the city council in Los...

 

MnDOT conducts aerial photography on Highways 2, 32 and 71 in northwest Minnesota

Bemidji, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Transportation is asking residents not to disturb aerial photography targets as crews begin aerial mapping in northwestern Minnesota. Landowners in the area that will have targets placed on or near their property will be contacted directly. Weather permitting, work will begin...

 

OMBIMINDWAA GIDINAWEMAAGANINAADOG TOUR AND WALK THROUGH HELD ON SEPTEMBER 28, 2022 - P8

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 - P9

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" - P10

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 - P14

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 - P14

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 - P17

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 - P19

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 Afternoon Session - P27

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...

 

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