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Articles from the November 8, 2019 edition

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 By Glenda Martin    News    November 8, 2019

Ponemah Community holds Appreciation Dinner for Red Lake Law Enforcement and Conservation Departments

PONEMAH, MN - On Thursday, November 7, 2019, the Ponemah Community held an Appreciation Dinner for Red Lake Law Enforcement and Red Lake Conservation Departments and employees. The event started at 6 PM and was held at the Ponemah Community Center...

 
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Red Lake Nation Veteran;s Day Memorial - November 11, 2019

Red Lake Nation Veteran;s Day Memorial - November 11, 2019 11 AM Service at Veteran's Memorial Prayer Drum 21 Gun Salute by 3 Star Warrior Society Luncheon to follow at 7 Clans Casino - Red Lake...

 

Eldora Ann Dauphinais (Feather)

Eldora Ann Dauphinais (Feather) July 04, 1957 - November 04, 2019 Eldora Ann Dauphinais, 62 of Fort Totten, ND passed away on Monday, November 4, 2019 at her home with loving family at her side. A Wake will be held on Friday, November 8, 2019 at the Tekawitha Center in...

 

HealthPartners closing pharmacies, cutting 300 jobs

HealthPartners is closing 30 retail pharmacies as well as its mail-order pharmacy operations next year due to economic pressures that officials said give an advantage to larger operators in the industry. About 300 jobs will be eliminated with the closings, including...

 

Clayton Todd Lowmaster

Clayton Todd Lowmaster April 23, 1961 ~ November 4, 2019 (age 58) Clayton "Todd" Lowmaster, age 58, "Minotaagozi" which means "He Who Speaks in a Good Way", of Duluth, Minnesota and the Eagle Clan journeyed to the spirit world on Monday, November 4th, 2019 from his...

 

Judge fines Trump $2 million for misusing charity foundation

NEW YORK - A judge Thursday ordered President Donald Trump to pay $2 million to an array of charities as a fine for misusing his own charitable foundation to further his political and business interests. New York state Judge Saliann Scarpulla imposed the penalty after...

 

Judith "Judy" Kay Ami

Judith "Judy" Kay Ami June 19, 1951 - November 04, 2019 Judith Kay Ami, 68 passed away on Monday, November 4, 2019 at her home in Tokio, ND. The Wake for Judy will be held on Sunday, November 10, 2019 at the Tekakwitha Center, St. Michael, ND beginning at 5:00 p.m....

 

Official: Trump wanted Ukraine leader to say 'Investigations, Biden, Clinton'

WASHINGTON — There were three words President Donald Trump wanted to hear from the Ukraine president: Investigations, Biden, Clinton. That's according to the transcript, released Thursday, of an impeachment inquiry interview with career State Department official George Kent. http://www.startribune...

 

Anonymous author's new book about Trump portrays a presidency on the brink

WASHINGTON - Senior Trump administration officials considered resigning en masse last year in a "midnight self-massacre" to sound a public alarm about President Donald Trump's conduct, but rejected the idea because they believed it would further destabilize an already...

 

Student charged in Bloomington Jefferson High School stabbing

A Bloomington Jefferson High School student is charged with a felony for allegedly stabbing another student six times during a fight Tuesday that sent the school into lockdown. According to a juvenile petition charging the student with second-degree assault,...

 

At a casual after-school gathering in St. Paul, presence of gun leads to tragedy

It was just a typical afternoon after school for three teenage boys hanging out Wednesday in a St. Paul basement, playing video games. But there also was a stolen gun. Two of the boys passed the gun back and forth. Then a shot rang out. Within minutes, 17-year-old Da’Qwan Jones-Morris, a popular Henry Sibley High...

 

Mexico farm town buries 3 of 9 slain Americans

LA MORA, Mexico - As Mexican soldiers stood guard, a mother and two sons were laid to rest in hand-hewn pine coffins in a single grave dug out of the rocky soil Thursday at the first funeral for the victims of a drug cartel ambush that left nine American women and...

 

Citing weather and tariffs, Walz asks for more federal aid for struggling farmers

Gov. Tim Walz made a plea Thursday on behalf of Minnesota farmers beset by waterlogged fields that made it difficult to plant and harvest soybeans, or whose beets and potatoes remain frozen in the ground. "Northwest Minnesota needs access to federal aid to recover and...

 

Artist Cara Romero plays with Native tricksters, clay goddesses and creation stories in Minneapolis show

A man with furry ears, a short tail and black Converse shoes is caught between two lady loves. The three of them stand outside a bar called Saints & Sinners in Española, N.M., their tense moment awash in a devilish red glow. Cara Romero snaps this seemingly...

 

BP: Council of Indian Students hosts annual Feast for the Homeless

BEMIDJI - As the nights get colder, a handful of students at Bemidji State reached out on Tuesday, once again, to let the less fortunate know where to find help if they need it. The Bemidji State Council of Indian Students held its annual Feast for the Homeless and...

 

BP: Upper Red Lake walleye regulations change for winter season

RED LAKE -- Anglers fishing during the winter season on Upper Red Lake will have a four-walleye bag limit, with only one walleye longer than 17 inches allowed, officials said Thursday. The regulations, which become effective Sunday, Dec. 1, are the same as those of...

 

BP: School construction process faulted in Minnesota

ST. PAUL — When the Minnesota Department of Education endorses local school construction projects, it could do a better job of explaining its rationale to voters, the legislative auditor said in a report Thursday, Nov. 7. State law generally requires school districts to submit their construction plans to the state...

 
 By Julia Dreyer    News    November 8, 2019

Fifth Circuit to Rehear ICWA Challenge En Banc

Today, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued an order directing a challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) to be reheard en banc -- before the entire Fifth Circuit. As previously reported, a three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit had ruled ICWA Constitutional in August, finding it was...

 

Former U.S. ag secretary and Minnesota Democrat Bob Bergland dies at 90 in Roseau

Even when he was booed during speeches, the target of angry farmers in the late 1970s, Bob Bergland remained stoic — a Norwegian Minnesotan through and through. After fleeing the Agriculture Department as about 50 farmers broke in and demanded to see him, Bergland vowed to understand their grievances while standing...

 

Live Well at Home grants help older Minnesotans remain healthy, independent

The Minnesota Department of Human Services today announced the newest recipients of grants that will help older adults maintain their health, independence and community involvement. By 2020, Minnesotans over age 65 will outnumber schoolchildren for the first time ever. The Live Well at Home grants announced today total...

 

A Message from the Red Lake Tribal Secretary's Office

Note: this is for babies & any others that are eligible for enrollment under the current constitution and if you're enrolled and live off reservation and have moved since December 31, 2018 UPDATE your address. ***You STILL have until the January 15, 2020 for new...

 

Start-ups Invited to Apply for Launch Minnesota Innovation Grants

On October 1st, we kicked off Launch Minnesota, a statewide collaborative effort to accelerate the growth of startups and amplify Minnesota as a national leader in innovation. I'm excited to share that we’re now accepting online applications for Launch Minnesota Innovation Grants, which target the most promising, inn...

 

Peterson leads Minnesota Delegation in Request for Aid for Minnesota Farmers Recovering from Flooding

WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Collin Peterson (MN-7) led the Minnesota Congressional Delegation in an effort to get a Secretarial Disaster Designation for Minnesota producers. U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith and Representatives Jim Hagedorn (MN-1), Angie Craig (MN-2), Dean Phillips (MN-3), Betty McCollum...

 

Peterson to hold agriculture town hall Nov. 8 with USDA Under Secretary

House Ag Committee Chairman Collin Peterson has scheduled an agriculture town hall meeting in Moorhead on Friday, Nov. 8 with USDA Under Secretary Bill Northey. Northey is in charge of the Farm Production and Conservation mission area at USDA, which includes the Farm Service Agency, Risk Management Agency and Natural...

 

UTRGV Men's Basketball Drops Season Opener at South Dakota State - P3

BROOKINGS, S.D. – The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) Vaqueros men's basketball team came back from down 17 to pull within two before ultimately falling to the South Dakota State University Jackrabbits 70-57 in the season opener on Tuesday at Frost...

 

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