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Red Lake School District COVID-19 Current Active Numbers Update as of 11/3/2021

Red Lake School District COVID-19 Current Active Numbers Update as of 11/3/2021 (The graphic was developed today and will be updated a minimum of 3 times per week. It is difficult to read as it currently is, and will be redeveloped.) https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vScfJHwwzqPXDTyJdpRWf2BBnC1oXPIZ...

 

Thunderbirds Win Season Opener Against Turtle Mountain

The United Tribes women's basketball team opened their season against Turtle Mountain Community College Tuesday evening in the James Henry Gymnasium. A great all-around team performace lifted the Thunderbirds over the Mickinocks, 123-67. Amaya Ramsey scored 27 points on 11-of-19 shooting in just 22 minutes of action. Tyleigh...

 

Gloria Jean Negrette

Gloria Jean Negrette December 3, 1940 - October 29, 2021 Gloria Jean Negrette, age 80 of Saint Paul, Minnesota journeyed to the Spirit World on Friday, October 29, 2021. She was born on December 3, 1940 in Red Lake, Minnesota, the eldest daughter of Paul and Jennie (Johnson) Lussier. Gloria created beautiful beadwork, learned from her grandmother, sewn quilts for all her loved...

 

Robert "Bubba" Joseph Beaulieu

Robert "Bubba" Joseph Beaulieu June 3, 1969 ~ October 29, 2021 (age 52) Robert Joseph "Bubba" Beaulieu, 52 years young, of Bemidji, Minnesota made his journey to the spirit world on Friday, October 29th, 2021, from the Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, North Dakota. He was born the son of Margaret (Beaulieu) and Kenneth Smith on...

 

Don and Doll Berry

Don and Doll Berry 2021 Donald Orville Berry was born February 17, 1931 in Racine Wisconsin, the son of Joseph and Armilla (Gardner) Berry. He passed away October 31, 2021 at the Mahnomen Health Center. Don grew up and attended school in Kenosha Wisconsin. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Navy. Upon his honorable...

 

Governor Walz: Minnesota To Begin Vaccinating 5- to 11-Year-Olds

[ST. PAUL, MN]- Following an extensive clinical trial and final recommendations from CDC for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 5- to 11-year-olds, Governor Tim Walz announced that Minnesota will begin vaccinating children this week. To aid families, the state has launched a new webpage (mn.gov/vaxforkids) to help parents and guard...

 

Frey declared winner in Minneapolis mayoral race

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey won a second term, defeating opponents who aligned against him in a campaign focusing heavily on his track record on policing. City officials announced that Frey won after two rounds of ranked-choice voting tabulation. Challenger Kate Knuth came in second in the final round, pulling in 38% of votes...

 

A Minneapolis first: People of color won a majority of City Council seats

For the first time in Minneapolis history, the majority of the City Council will be made up of people of color, results of ranked-choice voting tallies showed Wednesday. Voters ushered in a slate of seven new members along with six incumbents and an eclectic mix of perspectives about a year and a half after the Minneapolis...

 

Vaccine expansion sets off parent scramble in Minnesota

Approval of pediatric doses of COVID-19 vaccine for grade school children set off a scramble Wednesday as parents jammed clinic and pharmacy phone lines and websites in search of appointments. Angela Carpio signed up on a clinic waiting list last week and jumped at the first offering Wednesday morning to make an appointment on...

 

FBI releases declassified documents on Sept. 11 attacks

WASHINGTON - The FBI released hundreds of pages of newly declassified documents Wednesday about its long effort to explore connections between the Saudi government and the Sept. 11 attacks, revealing the scope of a strenuous but ultimately fruitless investigation whose outcome many question to this day. Agents for years...

 

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers in COVID-19 protocol, out Sunday

GREEN BAY, Wis. - Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is in the NFL's COVID-19 protocol, leaving the NFL's hottest team without the reigning MVP. Packers coach Matt LaFleur confirmed Wednesday that Rodgers was in the protocol, but would not say if Rodgers had tested positive nor if Rodgers has been vaccinated. LaFleur...

 

Suburban school board voters in Minnesota turn away conservative slates

Candidates in three suburban school districts who hoped to take opposition to racial equity policies and steer their school boards in a new conservative direction came up well short Tuesday. None of the seven board hopefuls running in multicandidate slates in Wayzata and White Bear Lake won. In South Washington County, Eric...

 

Campaign payments may hurt Trump's executive privilege claim

WASHINGTON - It was a month after the 2020 presidential election, and Bernard Kerik was starting to panic. The former New York City police chief and his friend Rudy Giuliani were shelling out thousands of dollars for hotel rooms and travel in their effort to find evidence of voting fraud and persuade state legislators to...

 

Chicago Kicks Off Native American Heritage Month

CHICAGO - Earlier this week, the Field Museum hosted a kick-off event for Native American Heritage month, a celebratory observance in the city of Chicago. An inter-tribal song by David and Niyel Spencer, both singers of the local drum group Red Line Singers, was organized by Field Museum staff to officially begin the month-long...

 

Wells Technology Opens New Branch at Oshkiimaajitahdah Center in Redby, MN

According to Andy Wells, Sr. of Wells Technology in Bemidji, the manufacturing company will partner with Oshkiimaajitahdah Center in Redby, MN in machinists training. The manufacturing industry across America is in great need of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machinists for production jobs says Wells. "Therefore, Wells...

 

Longtime leader of Ponca Tribe resigns post amid conflicts with council

Larry Wright Jr. -– a fixture in Indian Country politics for more than a decade –- resigned his position as chairman of the Ponca Tribe on Tuesday after accepting a job offer with a new unnamed employer, he told Indianz.Com on Wednesday. "I'm looking at this as an opportunity for growth for me," he said. "It was an...

 

Native candidates show up on Election Day

It’s still 12 months before Election Day 2022 and the midterm election. While Tuesday’s election results hold some truths as to what might happen, they are merely clues. The Democrats hold the majority at the federal level. For now. Democrats’ worst fears are that they’re on course for a 2010-like drubbing in next year’s midterm elections and that they can’t use...

 

Tribal law enforcement officials say McGirt strengthening public safety

Oklahoma tribal public safety officials say the U.S. Supreme Court’s McGirt ruling is strengthening momentum for improvements to public safety infrastructure in their police departments. The Choctaw and Muscogee nations have hired additional public safety officers and are entering into more cross-deputization agreements with tribal, state and federal agencies. Choctaw Public...

 

Funds Available to Encourage Urban Agriculture

St. Paul, MN: Businesses, schools, nonprofits, local governments, and tribal entities seeking to promote urban youth agricultural education and urban agricultural community development can apply for the Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s (MDA) Agricultural Growth, Research, and Innovation (AGRI) Urban Agriculture Grant. The MDA will award up to $551,000 to eligible...

 

Indian Affairs Announces Cabazon Band, Pascua Yaqui and Sycuan Band Have Approved HEARTH Act Regs

WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Indian Affairs announced today that regulations submitted by three federally recognized Tribes – the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians and the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation in California and the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona – have been approved under the Helping Expedite and Advance Responsible Tribal Home Ownership Act of 2012. The Tribes n...

 

Sanford Health offering COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 starting Nov. 4

BEMIDJI, Minn. – Sanford Health will begin scheduling and administering the COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 5 to 11 on Thursday, Nov. 4. “This approval is game changing for protecting our children, and it allows us to take another step toward ending this pandemic,” said Dr. Colleen Swank, vice president, clinic and pediatrician at Sanford Health in Bemidji. “This...

 
 Events   

After hours Vaccination Event - Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021

After hours Vaccination Event - Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021 4:30 pm - 7 PM - Red Lake Hospital https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vT6sqnA5_yvA6-UCH2atfC3tmxK_bpb-MOetSesfipVQj_kSFNivS0Q8XspB9JbycXQP-Yobl62M1j0/pub...

 

Tribal small businesses partner with business development consulting firm, Total Spectrum

November 3, 2021 White Earth, Minn. -- Tribal small businesses, with the support of the White Earth Tribal Council, have partnered with a business development consulting firm, Total Spectrum, to conduct third party due diligence and technical assessment for a utility-scale renewable energy project. This analysis will include strategic development, legal review, construction...

 

Survey shows slight increase in Minnesota injury, illness rate

Minnesota's estimated workplace injury and illnesses rate for 2020 rose slightly from that of 2019. According to the annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, the state had an estimated 3.5 OSHA-recordable, nonfatal, workplace injuries and illnesses per 100 full-time-equivalent (FTE) workers in 2020; the estimated rate for 2019 was 3.2 cases per 100 FTE workers,...

 

Research provides opportunities for the advancement of female equity in academic medicine

MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL (11/03/2021) - Researchers from the University of Minnesota Medical School have published an academic article laying the framework for more diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) opportunities in medicine and science. The article highlights reflections from early-career female faculty during the COVID-19...

 

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