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Articles from the November 4, 2022 edition

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Craig Lewis Graves, Sr.

Craig Lewis Graves, Sr. July 31, 1974 ~ November 2, 2022 (age 48) Craig Lewis Graves, Sr., Eagle Clan, age 48, travelled to the spirit world on Wednesday, November 2, 2022, at Red Lake Hospital. Craig was born on July 31, 1974, in Minneapolis, MN, to the late Vincent and Donna (White) Graves. He went to school in Ponemah and...

 

Robert L. Roy

Robert L. Roy June 17, 1968 - November 2, 2022 Robert L. Roy, age 54, of Waubun, MN, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, November 2, 2022 in Naytahwaush, MN. Services will be held Monday, November 7, 2022 at 11:00 am at the White Earth Community Center, White Earth, MN. Inurnment will be in Samuel Memorial Episcopal Cemetery in...

 

Minnesota search warrants executed in national catalytic converter theft conspiracy takedown

A federal takedown of a half-billion-dollar national catalytic converter theft ring included more than a dozen search warrant operations this week in Minnesota, federal authorities confirmed Thursday. Homeland Security Investigations St. Paul said eight of the more than 32 search warrants executed nationwide this week took...

 

After fireworks mayhem, more cops to be deployed for next 2 weekends in Dinkytown, elsewhere near University of Minnesota

In the wake of recent incidents involving fireworks being used as weapons, police from the University of Minnesota and the city of Minneapolis say they will provide "enhanced public safety protection" at night in Dinkytown and near campus for the next two weekends. The school disclosed the initiative to students, faculty and...

 

COVID-19 indicators nudge up ahead of Minnesota winter

Some key indicators of COVID-19 activity worsened in Minnesota over the past week, but health officials aren't sure they spell more trouble for the state. Mayo Clinic's 14-day forecast shows an uptick over the next two weeks in infections with the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, but it only brings Minnesota back to the relatively mild pandemic levels of early September. "For...

 

How Russian soldiers ran a 'cleansing' operation in Bucha

BUCHA, Ukraine - The first man arrived at 7:27 a.m. Russian soldiers covered his head and marched him up the driveway toward a nondescript office building. Two minutes later, a pleading, gagged voice pierced the morning stillness. Then the merciless reply: "TALK!!! TALK f--ing mother-f--er!!!" It was a cold, gray morning, March...

 

Fueled by billionaires, political spending shatters records again

Fueled by an expanding class of billionaires, political spending on the 2022 midterm elections will shatter records at the state and federal levels, with much of it from largely unregulated super political action committees financed with enormous checks written mainly by Republican megadonors. "We've broken records with our...

 

Minneapolis will deploy air pollution monitors with grant from Biden administration

The Environmental Protection Agency will funnel more than $50 million into expanding air monitoring in communities struggling with pollution, including about $411,000 for Minneapolis. The city will use the money to expand an existing air-monitoring program and focus on its green zones, where residents have faced the combination...

 

Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig students selected for climate change forum

Nov. 3—BENA — Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig 10th-graders Mareena Tibbetts and Elias Morgan were selected to participate in a virtual Government to Government Forum on Climate Change on Monday, Nov. 14. According to a release, Tibbetts and Morgan will work alongside youth from other tribal nations throughout the forum, which is sponsored by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency....

 

White House announces billions in federal money to help lower energy bills this winter

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration said Wednesday it would make $4.5 billion available through a low-income home energy assistance program to help lower heating costs heading into what is expected to be a brutal winter. The money, which comes partly from President Joe Biden’s economic rescue plan, will go to heating and utility bill costs, and can be used to help...

 

South Dakota Senate Candidate Charged with Multiple Sexual Acts Against Adopted Child

WHITE RIVER, SD - Just days before the midterm elections, a Republican candidate for the South Dakota State Senate in next week's election has been charged with child abuse. Joel M. Koskan was charged on Thursday for multiple sexual acts against his adopted daughter. Koskan's challenger in the state senatorial race in District...

 

Indian Country rallies as U.S. Supreme Court hears ICWA challenge

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Indian Country will be out in force as the the nation's highest court weighs the future of the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). Several hundred people are expected at the U.S. Supreme Court for the heavily-anticipated hearing in Haaland v. Brackeen next Wednesday. Arguments are expected to run nearly two...

 

White Earth Nation purchases properties for sober-living

The White Earth Nation finalized the purchase of four troubled apartment buildings in Bemidji on Monday with plans to rehab the properties and turn them into a sober-living environment. The conditions at Ridgeway Court I & II have deteriorated rapidly over the past year after the previous owner, North Dakota-based NETA Property Management, effectively abandoned the properties....

 

Biden-Harris Administration Announces Almost $500,000 for Two Community Air Pollution Monitoring Projects in Minnesota

CHICAGO (November 3) – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency selected two governments to receive funding to conduct community air quality monitoring in Minnesota. These grants are two of 132 air monitoring projects in 37 states that will receive $53.4 million from President Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act and American Rescue Plan to enhance air quality monitoring...

 

Indian Affairs awards $3.9 million to promote economic development in Tribal communities

WASHINGTON – The Indian Affairs Office of Indian Economic Development announced grants under two programs that support economic development in Indian Country, the Native American Business Incubators Program and the Native American Business Development Institute Feasibility Study Program. “Entrepreneurship has a long history in Indian Country, and the Department of the...

 

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities - P7

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities Hundreds participate in annual Halloween event...

 

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities - P8

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities Hundreds participate in annual Halloween event...

 

Taste of the Holiday Event held at Red Lake Trading Post - P5

Taste of the Holiday Event held at Red Lake Trading Post on Friday, October 28, 2022 Event included free samples in each department, tasting Thanksgiving dinner, food displays chances to win carts of groceries and more....

 

Food and Fun for all at the Halloween Costume Party held at the Red Lake Community Center - P8

Food and Fun for all at the Halloween Costume Party held at the Red Lake Community Center on Tuesday, October 25, 2022....

 

Polk County West beats Red Lake 76-6 - P11

Polk County West beats Red Lake 76-6 Warriors host Parent Appreciation Night at half...

 

Pine River shuts out Warriors 61-0 at home - P14

Pine River shuts out Warriors 61-0 at home...

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team host Laporte, lose 3-0 in set - P23

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" - P24

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 - P28

The Red Lake Warriors Football Team played hard on Thursday, September 22, 2022, but were unable to stop Wadena in Red Lake....

 

Annual Labor Day Pow Wow held in Ponemah - Saturday Afternoon Session - P41

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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