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Looking Back to September 2011 - Red Lake Warrior High School Football against Kellhier-Northome - P34

Looking Back to September 2011 - Red Lake Warrior High School Football against Kellhier-Northome - P25...

 

Two Greater Minnesota Cities Awarded Infrastructure Grants

ST. PAUL – The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) has awarded $1,056,017 in grants to infrastructure projects in Greater Minnesota. The funding awarded from DEED’s Greater Minnesota Business Development Public Infrastructure Grant Program (BDPI) was approved for Eyota and Waseca. It is expected to retain and create 645 full-time jobs and...

 

Trump officials end gray wolf protections across most of U.S.

Trump administration officials on Thursday stripped Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in most of the U.S., ending longstanding federal safeguards and putting states in charge of overseeing the predators. The U.S. Department of Interior announcement just days ahead of the Nov. 3 election could lead to resumption...

 

Peterson Applauds Rule to Delist Gray Wolves

(Washington, D.C.) - Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced a final rule returning the management of gray wolf populations to the States. This final rule delists the gray wolf from federal protections under the Endangered Species Act, giving state governments the authority to manage gray wolf populations and...

 

Native American Agricultural Advocacy: Historic Investment Announced by the Native American Agriculture Fund and MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger

Fayetteville, Arkansas – The Native American Agriculture Fund (NAAF) announces its historic investment in Native agriculture advocacy, awarding both the Native Farm Bill Coalition (NFBC) and the Native American Food and Nutrition Resources Alliance (the Alliance) grant funding to continue their work to ensure Indian Country agriculture has a sustained voice in ongoing...

 

Attorney General Ellison secures relief from unfair bill collection for Hutchinson Hospital patients

October 29, 2020 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced today that his office has reached a settlement agreement with Hutchinson Hospital that requires it to restore more favorable hospital billing terms that it had unilaterally terminated for many of its patients, which had the effect of increasing their monthly medical bills beyond what patients...

 

8 big consequences next week's elections could have for K-12 schools

Most education decisions are local decisions. But the pandemic has thrust education policy onto the national stage, bringing unusual attention to new debates about when to reopen schools and what resources schools need to get back on track. That means that the elections for president and Congress will almost certainly have some concrete implications for schools in just the...

 

These Arizona teachers quit this year, adding to the shortage of instructors. Here's why

What once was a constant trickle of teachers fleeing Arizona classrooms has turned into a flood of departures because of the pandemic. COVID-19's widespread impact on schools has highlighted a persistent teacher shortage in Arizona, one that's gone on for more than a decade. In March, the pandemic forced teachers out of school. By August, many weren't sure if they wanted to...

 

Report: Remote Learning Fails Many New Mexico Students

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — As many as four in five New Mexico public school students are failing at least one class in some school districts, according to data made public Wednesday by legislative analysts. They delivered their report as state lawmakers consider the impact of school closures, educational challenges posed by remote learning and learning losses attributed to much...

 

Families say incidents show pattern of unfair punishment for girls of color

Shocking video showed 6-year-old Kaia Rolle being hauled away from her school by a police officer, after she kicked a teacher during a tantrum in an incident last year. Body camera footage captured it all, including Rolle's pleas to "let me go" and insisting "I don't want to put handcuffs on." Nevertheless, the first grader was...

 

Artist Delina White Uses DEED Indian Business Loan Program for Her Clothing Venture

When she was 6 years old, Delina White started doing beadwork taught to her by her grandmother, a master beadwork artist. Now, 50 years later, beadwork is an integral part of the clothing, scarves, jewelry and other fashion accessories that White designs for her business. White officially launched her business IamAnishinaabe...

 

Virtual events celebrate adoption in November

More than 700 children in Minnesota’s foster care system need permanent families. Those children and the more than 1,200 adopted from state guardianship last year will be the focus of three weeks of virtual events during November, Adoption Month. The 23rd annual Celebrate Adoption: Circus of the Heart honors families who adopted children from the foster care system and...

 

November Weed of the Month: Norway Maple

Colorful fall leaves have blown away, but hopefully you got a chance to enjoy the vibrant oranges, yellows, and reds of maple trees. Minnesota has six species of native maples, and some non-native species as well. You may be familiar with the lobed shape of a maple leaf, but on closer inspection each of these seven species'...

 

Opioid Crisis: Critics Say Trump Fumbled Response To Another Deadly Epidemic

When then-presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke in Manchester, N.H., a week before the 2016 election, he said the opioid crisis was destroying lives and shattering families. "We are going to stop the inflow of drugs into New Hampshire and into our country 100%," Trump promised. It was a major campaign issue. Overdoses were...

 

FACILITY MANAGER – METROPOLITAN LOCATION-MPLS - RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT FACILITY MANAGER – METROPOLITAN LOCATION-MPLS RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS Open: October 30, 2020-Until filled PRIMARY FUNCTION: To accomplish the maintenance and general regular work on all buildings, utilities, structures, grounds and other related functions; reports to Executive Administrator,...

 

DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES-METROPOLITAN LOCATION-MPLS - Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES-METROPOLITAN LOCATION-MPLS Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians Open: October 30, 2020-Until filled SUMMARY: Mino-B is a 110-unit apartment affordable housing building in South Minneapolis owned by Red Lake Nation. Red Lake Nation has partnered with the Native American Community...

 

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