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Red Lake Nation expects rapid decline in tribal membership over next 100 years under current enrollment criteria

St. Paul, MN (November 17, 2022) The overall population of Red Lake Nation is declining rapidly under the current enrollment criteria of 1/4 Red Lake Nation blood quantum, according to a study by Wilder Research conducted on behalf of Red Lake Nation. The purpose of the study is to help Red Lake Nation and its tribal citizens...

 

Red Lake Nation completes population study results demand action

Many tribes including Red Lake Nation are experiencing population declines and an overall aging of their populations. We all have relatives who cannot get enrolled because their blood quantum isn’t high enough. Tribal members and leaders may worry about what this means about the future of the tribe. A recent population projection study conducted by Wilder Research on behalf...

 

Dion B. Gardner

Dion B. Gardner March 10, 1996 - November 12, 2022 Dion BeKenneth Gardner, 26 was born on March 10, 1996 and died on Saturday, November 12, 2022. The Wake will be held on Monday, November 21, 2022 at St. Michael's Recreation Center beginning at 5:00 p.m. The procession to St. Michael will leave on Monday from City Plaza at 4:00...

 

Pelosi to step down from House leadership, stay in Congress

WASHINGTON - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that she will not seek a leadership position in the new Congress, ending a historic run as the first woman with the gavel and making way for a new generation to steer the party after Democrats lost control of the House to Republicans in the midterm elections. In a spirited...

 

Hospitals feel pinch from COVID combined with early flu season

COVID-19 cases might not be on the rise in Minnesota, but the ever-present pandemic is combining with the start of flu season to pressure hospitals. Total inpatient bed usage statewide has risen above 8,000 on four separate days this month - a rough threshold for when the health care systems are near peak capacity, according to...

 

University of Minnesota to manage $34.5M in state funds for startup investments

The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) and the University of Minnesota will work together to fund more startups in the state. DEED designated $34.5 million - $10 million of which is already on the ground - that will be managed and distributed by the U. "We're seeing more and more new businesses...

 

Children's Minnesota unveils new inpatient mental health unit for kids

Children's Minnesota unveiled its new child and adolescent mental health unit Thursday, its response to the mental health crisis that has affected children throughout the state in recent years. The new unit in downtown St. Paul has been in development for four years, but the recent $97.2 million state mental health reform bill...

 

Minneapolis law prohibits obstruction of abortion clinics' entrances, driveways

The Minneapolis City Council voted unanimously Thursday to pass a law making it illegal to obstruct the entrances and driveways of abortion clinics. Planned Parenthood's Minneapolis Health Center in Uptown has seen a recent uptick in protests that have endangered drivers and pedestrians, according to the clinic's staff and...

 

Russia launches missile barrage on Ukraine as 1st snow falls

KYIV, Ukraine - Russian airstrikes targeted Ukraine's energy facilities again Thursday as the first snow of the season fell in Kyiv, a harbinger of the hardship to come if Moscow's missiles continue to take out power and gas plants as winter descends. Separately, the United Nations announced the extension of a deal to ensure...

 

Trump Org.'s longtime CFO chokes up, says he betrayed trust

NEW YORK - Donald Trump's longtime finance chief choked up on the witness stand Thursday, saying he betrayed the Trump family's trust by scheming to dodge taxes on $1.7 million in company-paid perks, including a Manhattan apartment and luxury cars. Allen Weisselberg, a senior adviser and former chief financial officer at the...

 

Beltrami Electric accepting donations for Mitten Tree

BEMIDJI, Minn. - For the 22nd consecutive season, Beltrami Electric Cooperative will be collecting donations of NEW or HOMEMADE mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, and socks for distribution to students enrolled in the Head Start/ECFE programs throughout the cooperative's service area. Through generous donations to the Mitten Tree...

 

Indian Affairs to accept land into trust for Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska

WASHINGTON – Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Bryan Newland announced today the approval of a land into trust acquisition for the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. This is the second fee-to-trust acquisition in Alaska since the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act in 1971, and the first in five years. “Taking land into trust...

 

Research brief: Regional disparities in rates of parental incarceration among Minnesota youth

MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL (11/17/2022) - New findings from the University of Minnesota Medical School showed 17% of Minnesota youth have had a parent go to jail or prison, according to published research in Pediatrics. Children of color, those living in impoverished households and rural youth were disproportionately impacted....

 

Minnesota's October Was Strongest Monthly Job Growth of 2022

St. Paul - Minnesota gained 17,400 jobs in October, up 0.6% from September on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to numbers released today by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). All of that job growth came in Minnesota’s private sector. This is the 13th consecutive month of job gains in Minnesota. The U.S. gained 261,000 jobs in...

 

Make it a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving

CHICAGO – Thanksgiving is a week away, take some time to consider these safety tips for smart travel, cooking, decorating, and heating during your holiday celebrations. Keep in mind these additional tips to keep your holidays as safe as possible: 1. Be a prepared traveler. If you must travel, check travel restrictions, and get your flu shot before you go. Always wear a mask...

 

Attorney General Ellison shuts down fraudulent student-loan debt-settlement company in Minnesota

November 17, 2022 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced today that his office has obtained a settlement that requires a California student-loan debt-relief company that illegally collected fees from customers and misrepresented its services to consumers to cease operating in Minnesota and provide refunds to its Minnesota consumers. Among other...

 

Health officials call for renewed progress to combat antibiotic resistance

Mirroring a trend seen nationally, Minnesota’s progress toward reducing antibiotic resistance lost ground in recent years, but the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is aiming to work with health care partners to renew and accelerate the push to preserve antibiotic effectiveness. Following years of reductions in antibiotic-resistant infections, hospital-related resistant...

 

National youth forum brings together ideas, solutions

Hannah Corbett sat at a table of her peers. Each table in the room was asked to answer a series of questions about language revitalization. Corbett and the six others at her table were brainstorming what tools or resources were needed in their communities. Corbett, Cow Creek Tribe, was writing down the answers on a large sheet of paper with a purple marker. “Compensation for...

 

Parent/Teacher Conferences held at Red Lake Elementary School - P3

Parent/Teacher Conferences held at Red Lake Elementary School on Tuesday, November 15, 2022 from 2 PM - 7 PM....

 

Red Lake Treat Street 2022 held at Red Lake Humanities - P25

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 - P26

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

 

Food and Fun for all at the Halloween Costume Party held at the Red Lake Community Center - P17

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 - P20

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

 

Lady Warriors Volleyball Team host Laporte, lose 3-0 in set - P32

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" - P33

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...

 

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