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Articles from the December 20, 2021 edition

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Chariah "Chayo" Louise Jones

Chariah "Chayo" Louise Jones October 31, 1999 - December 14, 2021 Chariah "Chayo" Louise Jones, age 22, journeyed to the Spirit World on December 14, 2021 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was born on October 31, 1999 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The daughter of Anthony Gurneau and Gloria Elliott. She was enrolled as a member of the...

 

Debra Lynn Jones

Debra Lynn Jones July 24, 1962 ~ December 15, 2021 (age 59) Debra Lynn Jones, age 59, of Cass Lake, MN journeyed to the spirit world on Wednesday, December 15th, 2021, from the Grand Itasca Hospital in Grand Rapids, MN. She was born July 24, 1962, in Cass Lake, MN the daughter of Bernice (Morris) and Robert Hurd, Sr. Debra's joy...

 

Noah James Martineau

Noah James Martineau November 01, 2021 - December 16, 2021 Noah James Martineau, born on November 1, 2021, at St. Luke's Hospital in Duluth, MN, passed away on Thursday, December 16, 2021. He was loving, caring, happy, strong, smart, kind, young, hopeful, sweet, a dad's boy, patient, handsome, playful, joyful, and innocent....

 

George Ben Jackson Sr.

George Ben Jackson Sr. August 16, 1951 - December 16, 2021 George Ben Jackson Sr., 70-year-old resident of Onamia, MN passed away on December 16, 2021. Visitation will begin at 6 PM on Sunday, December 19, 2021, at the District 1 Community Center on the Mille Lacs Reservation. A Funeral Ceremony will be held at 10 AM on Monday,...

 

Omicron may sideline two leading drugs against COVID-19

WASHINGTON - As strained U.S. hospitals brace for a new surge of COVID-19 cases caused by the fast-spreading omicron variant, doctors are warning of yet another challenge: the two standard drugs they've used to fight infections are unlikely to work against the new strain. For more than a year antibody drugs from Regeneron and...

 

New buyer promises to improve Minnesota newspapers that previous owner 'stripped'

A group of rural Minnesota newspapers that have been "stripped" by corporate owners in recent years has been bought by a New Jersey-based company that's making a big move into Minnesota. CherryRoad Media bought seven newspapers from Gannett, the nation's largest newspaper chain. The seven previously were owned by GateHouse...

 

Demand for K-12 tutors skyrockets as parents, schools seek extra help for struggling students

Now that in-person classes are back in session, demand for tutors is skyrocketing as schools and parents seek to help students close the learning gaps that resulted from months of online-only instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic. Across the metro area, parents are scurrying to book lessons for their kids at learning...

 

7 family members found dead inside Moorhead home

Moorhead police are investigating the deaths of a family of seven over the weekend that the city's mayor described as devastating news for the community. "This is an absolute horrible tragedy, made even more poignant since it is close to the holidays," Mayor Shelly Carlson wrote in a statement sent to the Star Tribune. "My heart aches for the family and friends who received...

 

Manchin not backing Democrats' $2T bill, potentially dooming it

WASHINGTON - Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said Sunday he cannot back his party's signature $2 trillion social and environment bill, dealing a potentially fatal blow to President Joe Biden's leading domestic initiative heading into an election year when Democrats' narrow hold on Congress was already in peril. Manchin told "Fox...

 

WHO: Omicron detected in 89 countries, cases doubling fast

VIENNA - The omicron variant of the coronavirus has been detected in 89 countries, and COVID-19 cases involving the variant are doubling every 1.5 to 3 days in places with community transmission and not just infections acquired abroad, the World Health Organization said Saturday. Omicron's "substantial growth advantage" over...

 

Hits 'keep coming': Hospitals struggle as COVID beds fill

DETROIT - Hospitals across the country are struggling to cope with burnout among doctors, nurses and other workers, already buffeted by a crush of patients from the ongoing surge of the COVID-19 delta variant and now bracing for the fallout of another highly transmissible mutation. Ohio became the latest state to summon the...

 

It's Time for the Oklahoma Tribes to Oust Gov. Stitt

Republican Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt is an enigma. A successful businessman who began the Oklahoma-based mortgage company Gateway, he was elected governor in 2018. Stitt is an enrolled tribal citizen of the Cherokee Nation. For a citizen of one of the largest tribal nations in the country, Stitt has maintained nothing short of...

 

Biden administration faces another test of commitment to Indian Country with health care case

A deadline is fast approaching for the Joe Biden administration to live up to its promise to improve the federal government’s relationship with tribes and their citizens. In August, the Rosebud Sioux Tribe won a major victory in a long-running lawsuit against the United States. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie requires the federal...

 

Rez ball tips off, and the healing begins

CHINLE – Shaun Martin’s office sits at the front corner of Chinle High School, down the street from the Navajo Nation hospital that serves his community. It looks onto Highway 191, and during the throes of the pandemic, it was a window into the state of his city. “Every 20 minutes, an ambulance would be departing,” Martin said. “It was very real.” These days, the...

 

Minnesota's largest school district drops mask mandate for K-6 students

Elementary school students in the Anoka-Hennepin School District will no longer be required to wear face masks beginning mid-January, the superintendent told the school board this week. The state's largest school district still recommends masking to help prevent person-to-person transmission of COVID-19, said Superintendent...

 

BIA Announces Publication of Final Rule for Probating Indian Trust Estates

WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Indian Affairs today announced it has published a rule that finalizes revisions to the probate process for American Indian and Alaska Native individuals with property held in federal Indian trust status. The final rule eliminates ambiguities and procedural delays in the federal process for probating Indian trust estates so that such property may be...

 

DEED Seeks Additional Community Reviewers

DEED seeks volunteers with experience in community development, capital projects, public financing, and economic development to serve as reviewers for the Targeted Community Capital Projects Grant Program. We are committed to including additional community voices in our grantmaking and one way we can do that is to invite external community members to join our review panels. We...

 

Department of Employment and Economic Development Awards 5 Transportation Economic Development Infrastructure Programs Across Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Today, the Department of Employment and Economic Development announced 5 Transportation and Economic Development Infrastructure (TEDI) projects across Minnesota. The program targets transportation infrastructure projects that create economic development opportunities and jobs, through a collaboration between MnDOT, DEED, and local government and private sect...

 
 Events   

Winter Solstice - Light the Night

Winter Solstice - Light the Night Tuesday, December 21, 2021 Migizi Drive in Red Lake, MN Red Lake Nation College Tours Winter Solstice Family Fun Honor Drum Song Countdown and Lights! Sponsored by Red Lake Nation College and Red Lake Tribal Council https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRhR6Gnm1iJsXFm-...

 

MNsure reports record sign-ups since open enrollment's start

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Today, MNsure reports that over 125,500 Minnesotans have signed up for comprehensive, affordable private health coverage through the state’s health insurance marketplace since the start of the current open enrollment period on November 1. Minnesota’s open enrollment period runs through January 15, 2022. Consumers who select plans by January 15 will have...

 

Red Lake Warriors, Lady Warriors Varsity and JV Teams all victorious in Laporte - P2

Red Lake Warriors, Lady Warriors Varsity and Boys and Girls JV Teams all victorious in Laporte on Thursday, December 16, 2021. Photographs by Chris Jourdain...

 

Red Lake Lady Warriors outpaced in second half, lose 65-57 at home to Clearbrook-Gonvick - P5

Red Lake, MN - The Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears earned their third victory of the season after an extremely physical and hard fought game versus the Red Lake Warriors, 65-57. The game started off with the Red Lake Warriors jumping out in front thanks to their usual run and gun style of offense. The Bears appeared to be a step...

 

Red Lake Lady Warriors JV come from behind in second quarter to win 49-41 over Clearbrook-Gonvick - P5

Red Lake, MN - The Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears earned their third victory of the season after an extremely physical and hard fought game versus the Red Lake Warriors, 65-57. The game started off with the Red Lake Warriors jumping out in front thanks to their usual run and gun style of offense. The Bears appeared to be a step...

 

Red Lake Lady Warriors open 2021-22 season with 105-40 loss to Mountain-Iron-Buel - P11

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors Basketball Team opened their 2021-22 season hosting Mountain-Iron-Buel on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, falling behind 68-19 in the first half alone. MIB hit ten 3-pointers in that early attack, pressed Red Lake fiercely, causing numerous turnovers, and ran tirelessly from one end of the...

 

Red Lake JV Lady Warriors open 2021-22 season with 47-31 loss to Mountain-Iron-Buel - P11

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors Basketball Team opened their 2021-22 season hosting Mountain-Iron-Buel on Tuesday, December 7, 2021, falling behind 68-19 in the first half alone. MIB hit ten 3-pointers in that early attack, pressed Red Lake fiercely, causing numerous turnovers, and ran tirelessly from one end of the...

 

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