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  • HAPPY VETERAN'S DAY - COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST TO ALL VETERANS - GIFT BAGS AND DOOR PRIZES

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    HAPPY VETERAN'S DAY - COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST TO ALL VETERANS - GIFT BAGS AND DOOR PRIZES SATURDAY,, NOVEMBER 11, 2023 - 9 AM - 11 AM - OLD RED LAKE COMMUNITY CENTER...

  • Sanford Health in Bemidji welcomes Daniel Hoody as regional Vice President, Clinic & Medical Officer

    Nov 7, 2023

    BEMIDJI, Minn. – Sanford Health in Bemidji is excited to welcome Daniel Hoody, MD, MSc, into his new role as our region's Vice President, Clinic and Medical Officer. Originally from Bemidji, Dr. Hoody earned his Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from the University of Notre Dame. He worked as a hydraulic design engineer for Caterpillar, Inc. for several years prior to enrolling in medical school. He received his M.D. from the University of Minnesota Medical School where he...

  • Online Native Cinema Showcase presented by the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian

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    The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian celebrates American Indian Heritage Month with its online Native Cinema Showcase Nov. 17–24. This year’s showcase highlights films of Indigenous perseverance that inspire, uplift and triumph against adversity—stories that prevail against the judicial system, generational trauma and cultural appropriation through love and complex relationships, self-worth and humor. The showcase provides a unique forum for engagement with Native filmmakers from Indigenous communities throughout...

  • How Susan La Flesche Picotte became the 1st Native American medical doctor

    Nov 7, 2023

    John Yang: November is Native American Heritage Month, a celebration of the traditions and languages of U. S. Indigenous communities. Tonight, the story of the first Native American to earn a medical degree. A pioneer at a time when she had few rights, either as a woman or as an American Indian, a child. Of the 19th century American frontier, Dr. Susan La Flesche Picotte was a trailblazer in Native American healthcare as they were moved to Indian reservations, sometimes after brutal wars with US. soldiers. She was the youngest daughter of Mary...