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Articles from the November 22, 2022 edition

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Dawn Neadeau

Dawn Neadeau August 7, 1971 ~ November 18, 2002 (age 31) Dawn Marie Neadeau, age 51, of Red Lake, MN, passed away on Friday, November 18, 2022, in Red Lake. Dawn was born on August 7, 1971, in Grand Forks, ND, to Beverly Redeagle and Douglas Neadeau. She attended school in Red Lake and was taking classes at the Red Lake Nation...

 

Mario Arthur Yanez

Mario Arthur Yanez June 19, 2002 - November 18, 2022 Mario Arthur Yanez, MaKoons “Bear Cub” of Bear Clan, age 20, of Red Lake Journeyed to the Spirit world on Friday, November 18, 2022. He was born on June 19, 2002 in Bemidji the son of Melanie Sumner. Mario was an intelligent kid. He excelled in math on his way to become a...

 

Jason Alexzander Johnson

Jason Alexzander Johnson, 0, of Bemidji, MN died Tuesday, 15, 2022 at the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center in Bemidji, MN. Services will be held at 12 Noon, Saturday, November 26, 2022 at the River City Church in Becida, MN. Visitation will begin at 9:00am, Saturday, November 26, 2022, at the River City Church, and will continue...

 

Kevin L Locke

Kevin L Locke August 15, 1957 - November 18, 2022 Kevin L. Locke age 65 of Duluth died on November 18, 2022. The son of Fred and Anna (nee; Lemieux) Marie Locke, Kevin was born Aug. 15, 1957 in Cass Lake, Minnesota. Kevin is preceded in death by his parents; and sister, Denise. He graduated from Cloquet High School in 1975 and...

 

Thomas Lee TeJohn, Sr.

Thomas Lee TeJohn, Sr. September 25, 1977 ~ November 14, 2022 (age 45) Thomas Lee TeJohn, Sr., age 45, of the Turtle Clan and from Cass Lake, Minnesota began his journey to the spirit world on Monday, November 14th, 2022, from Minneapolis, MN. He was the son of Beverly (TeJohn) Kamrowski and Jerry Jackson. Tom was born on...

 

Cory James White

Cory James White December 24, 1978 ~ November 18, 2022 (age 43) Cory James White, 43, "Debwiigwoneyaash" which means "Feather Floating in the Wind" of the Loon Clan and from Deer River, MN, born December 24, 1978, in Minneapolis, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, November 18, 2022. A traditional wake will be held on Monday...

 

After GOP wins U.S. House control, Republican leader threatens Rep. Omar committee role

WASHINGTON – Republican Speaker hopeful Kevin McCarthy is vowing to stop Democratic U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar from serving on the Foreign Affairs Committee just days after the GOP won control of the U.S. House. "Last year, I promised that when I became Speaker, I would remove Rep. Ilhan Omar from the House Foreign Affairs...

 

Clogged hospitals prompt warnings from Minnesota doctors

Leading Minnesota pediatricians on Monday urged parents to consider alternatives to emergency room visits for mildly ill children during an early and busy flu season that is clogging hospital beds. While severely ill children need immediate care - particularly those who are dehydrated or struggling to breathe - doctors said...

 

Justice Department appeals ruling in UnitedHealth Group antitrust case

The Justice Department is appealing a September ruling that found the government failed to show how an acquisition by UnitedHealth Group would harm competition. Last month, Minnetonka-based UnitedHealth closed on its $13 billion deal to acquire Change Healthcare, a health care data firm based in Tennessee, following the ruling...

 

Vikings searching for answers with another pressure-packed puzzle ahead against the Patriots

On Sunday, a Cowboys team that leads the NFL in sack percentage brought Kirk Cousins down seven times - the most he's been sacked in his career - while handing the Vikings the second-largest home defeat in franchise history. On Thursday, the Vikings will try to avoid a two-game losing streak at home, while facing the Patriots,...

 

Land acknowledgments give thanks to the people who lived here first

"Great," Angela Two Stars thinks when she hears a land acknowledgment. "And then what else?" Land acknowledgments, part of Native cultures for centuries, have filtered into arts organizations in recent years. Guthrie Artistic Director Joseph Haj decided the theater needed an acknowledgment after hearing one at the 2018...

 

Indonesian quake kills at least 162 and injures hundreds

CIANJUR, Indonesia - A powerful earthquake killed at least 162 people and injured hundreds on Indonesia's main island on Monday. Terrified residents fled into the street, some covered in blood and debris. Many of the dead were public-school students who had finished their classes for the day and were taking extra lessons at...

 

Bison spread as Native American tribes reclaim stewardship

BADLANDS NATIONAL PARK, S.D. - Perched atop a fence at Badlands National Park, Troy Heinert peered from beneath his wide-brimmed hat into a corral where 100 wild bison awaited transfer to the Rosebud Indian Reservation. Descendants of bison that once roamed North America's Great Plains by the tens of millions, the animals would...

 

Cold and dark: Kyiv readies for 'worst winter of our lives'

KYIV, Ukraine - When the power is out, as it so often is, the high-rise apartment overlooking Ukraine's war-torn capital feels like a deathtrap. No lights, no water, no way to cook food. And the risk of not being able to escape from the 21st floor in time should a Russian missile strike. Even when electricity comes back, it's...

 

Former Tribal Official Sentenced to Prison for Bribery Scheme

WASHINGTON – A former Tribal government official of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation (MHA Nation) was sentenced today to six years and three months in prison for a bribery scheme involving soliciting and accepting bribes and kickbacks from a contractor providing construction services on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, which is the...

 

Midwestern State Agriculture Leaders Give Thanks for The People Who Help Make Thanksgiving Meals Possible Every Year

ST. PAUL, MINN. – As consumers peruse store shelves, they are in search of ingredients for their traditional Thanksgiving meals. Maybe it’s a classic stuffing recipe or the special cranberry sauce that’s the hallmark of your family meal. Or the perfect pumpkin pie. Those tasty dishes are the product of hard work by the nation’s farmers and producers, truckers,...

 

Help is Available for Minnesotans Struggling to Pay for Insulin

ST. PAUL, MN—A recent study found that more than 1.3 million Americans with diabetes rationed their insulin because of cost concerns by skipping doses, taking less insulin than needed, or delaying buying insulin to save money. During National Diabetes Month, MNsure and the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy remind Minnesotans that the Minnesota Insulin Safety Net Program provides...

 

Interior Department to Host First Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Reconciliation in Place Names

WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior today announced that the Advisory Committee on Reconciliation in Place Names will hold its inaugural public meeting on December 7 and 8 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET. The Committee, established by Secretary’s Order No. 3405, is tasked with identifying federal land unit names and geographic feature names that may be considered...

 

Minnesota celebrates adoption and kinship care

Minnesota is marking Adoption from Foster Care Awareness Month this November with a focus on keeping families together whenever possible and, when necessary, seeking adoptive families. When children enter Minnesota’s child protection system, the goal is to reunify them safely with their birth families. When that’s not possible, the Minnesota Department of Human Services...

 

Lionel Bordeaux, Sinte Gleska University's Long Time President, Passes

Mission, South Dakota-Lionel R. Bordeaux, 82, a Rosebud Lakota Sioux tribal citizen and Sinte Gleska University's President since 1973, passed away on November 16. He was 82. No cause has been given to his death.   Bordeaux's career touched the lives of many, and he was widely recognized for his service to expanding...

 

Billy Mills: A Gentle Giant

It was snowing lightly this past Tuesday in Michigan. It was the first snowfall during autumn. Because of the snow, I left several minutes for my trip to Kalamazoo from Grand Rapids for lunch with Billy Mills (Oglala Sioux Tribe) and his wife Pat. I arrived 10 minutes early to pick them up at their hotel. They were already...

 

Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner held on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022 - P2

A Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner was held on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022 at 4 PM at the Little Rock Community Center....

 

Parent/Teacher Conferences held at Red Lake Elementary School - P5

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 - P29

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 - P19

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

 

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