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Biden to push schools to set up routine COVID testing for kids, staff

The Biden administration is launching a new effort with The Rockefeller Foundation to encourage schools to set up surveillance COVID testing for students and staff, ABC News has learned. The effort, which will be led by the Education Department and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, comes seven months after President Joe Biden pledged $10 billion for testing by...

 

Trustees oust Las Vegas schools chief amid district turmoil

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Elected leaders of the fifth-largest school district in the nation fired their chief administrator of Las Vegas-area schools late Thursday during a marathon meeting following weeks of infighting and anger from parents and teachers over coronavirus pandemic regulations. Clark County School District trustees didn’t specify a reason for their 4-3 vote to end...

 

Pediatricians say some parents are eager to vaccinate their kids, with others asking questions as child-size doses of Covid-19 vaccine are shipped out

(CNN) - Many pediatricians have already placed their orders for child-sized doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine and are anxiously awaiting their shipments of shots. And parents are coming at them with a lot of questions: When can my child come in to get their vaccine? And what are the side effects? But before administering vaccine, doctors' offices are waiting for...

 

Vision Maker Media will Present "CommUnity: Returning Home Through Togetherness," a Film Program and Panel Discussion Commemorating Native Veterans

LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 1, 2021 — To celebrate National Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month in November, Vision Maker Media (VMM) will present “CommUNITY: Returning Home Through Togetherness” an event featuring a film program and panel discussion commemorating Native American and Alaska Native veterans. Native Americans and Alaska Natives continue to serve in the...

 

"Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher" now streaming

The life of historic Chickasaw rancher Montford Johnson inspired the feature film "Montford: The Chickasaw Rancher" which Chickasaw Nation Productions has made available via online streaming as of November 2021. The Chickasaw Nation Productions' film portrays the great hardships and tragedy Johnson and those close to him...

 

Public hearing on Regina Hospital's proposed relocation of labor, delivery services set for Nov. 28

A public hearing for the proposed relocation of labor and delivery services from Regina Hospital in Hastings to United Hospital and Children’s Minnesota Saint Paul is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Nov. 28, 2021. The Minnesota Department of Health’s Health Regulation Division will provide a forum for the greater Hastings community to discuss the proposed relocation of labor and de...

 
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Fleur de Lis Arts Gallery to showcase its first visual artist gallery opening

The Fleur de Lis Arts Gallery located in the Wild Rose Theater in Puposky , MN will showcase its first visual artist gallery opening on First Friday , November 5th , with the talented mother and daughter team of Amara and Gillian Bedford . Supporters can view the work at 6:00 PM with both artists offering an artist talk at 6:30 PM . Following the presentation guests are...

 
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2021-2022 IDEA COMPETITION OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS

November 1, 2021 (Bemidji, MN) – The 14th season of the IDEA Competition has a fresh approach to encourage all current and prospective entrepreneurs throughout Northwest Minnesota to submit their great ideas so they can be further explored and developed for success. In this 2021-2022 season, the annual competition will require no registration fees and an all-new...

 

Chickasaw Nation Productions' films highlight importance of First Americans to history during Native American Heritage Month

November is National Native American Heritage Month, a time set aside in the United States to pay tribute to the rich culture and history of First Americans. As a result, events exploring the lives and times of important First American historical figures are a common sight across the nation's classrooms, libraries and museums. T...

 

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