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Red Lake Elementary School hosts Kindergarten Open House on September 9th and 10th - P7

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Elementary School hosted Kindergarten Open House on Wednesday, September 9th and will continue on Thursday, September 10th at the Red Lake High School Gym. The location was changed because of the current construction at the Red Lake Elementary Complex. The times were set at 11:15 AM - 3:45 PM on both...

 

Red Lake Senior High School Student Karen Guise Joins the Minnesota Youth Council

[St. Paul, Minnesota] Minnesota Alliance With Youth is pleased to announce Karen Guise of Red Lake has been selected to serve on the Minnesota Youth Council, representing MN Congressional District 7. The Minnesota Youth Council (MYC) is a group of 36 youth leaders mobilizing middle and high school students across the state to...

 

How aging immune system makes older people vulnerable to COVID-19

COVID-19 patients who are 80 or older are hundreds of times more likely to die than those younger than 40. That's partly because they are more likely to have underlying conditions that make them more vulnerable to COVID-19. But some scientists suggest another likely driver of this increased risk: the aging immune system. The...

 

Red Lake Elementary School hosts Kindergarten Open House on September 9th and 10th - P5

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Elementary School hosted Kindergarten Open House on Wednesday, September 9th and will continue on Thursday, September 10th at the Red Lake High School Gym. The location was changed because of the current construction at the Red Lake Elementary Complex. The times were set at 11:15 AM - 3:45 PM on both...

 

Red Lake Elementary School hosts Kindergarten Open House on September 9th and 10th - P6

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Elementary School hosted Kindergarten Open House on Wednesday, September 9th and will continue on Thursday, September 10th at the Red Lake High School Gym. The location was changed because of the current construction at the Red Lake Elementary Complex. The times were set at 11:15 AM - 3:45 PM on both...

 

Red Lake Elementary School hosts Kindergarten Open House on September 9th and 10th - P3

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Elementary School hosted Kindergarten Open House on Wednesday, September 9th and will continue on Thursday, September 10th at the Red Lake High School Gym. The location was changed because of the current construction at the Red Lake Elementary Complex. The times were set at 11:15 AM - 3:45 PM on both...

 

Red Lake Elementary School hosts Kindergarten Open House on September 9th and 10th - P4

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Elementary School hosted Kindergarten Open House on Wednesday, September 9th and will continue on Thursday, September 10th at the Red Lake High School Gym. The location was changed because of the current construction at the Red Lake Elementary Complex. The times were set at 11:15 AM - 3:45 PM on both...

 

StrongHearts logo Culturally Tied to Mother Earth

When StrongHearts Native Helpline was formed, the organization underwent a process to choose a Native American logo that could represent the virtues of strength, resilience, empathy and protection. Several logos were designed but one particular logo made sense. The turtle was chosen because of its association with Mother Earth...

 

The first Chickasaw Princess

Chickasaw Princesses have a history going back generations within the Chickasaw Nation. They've traditionally represented their tribe at the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting and Festival and at various events in communities across the Chickasaw Nation and United States. The first was 1963's Ranell (James) Harry of Tulsa,...

 

Red Lake Elementary School hosts Kindergarten Open House on September 9th and 10th

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Elementary School hosted Kindergarten Open House on Wednesday, September 9th and will continue on Thursday, September 10th at the Red Lake High School Gym. The location was changed because of the current construction at the Red Lake Elementary Complex. The times were set at 11:15 AM - 3:45 PM on both...

 

Red Lake Elementary School hosts Kindergarten Open House on September 9th and 10th - P2

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Elementary School hosted Kindergarten Open House on Wednesday, September 9th and will continue on Thursday, September 10th at the Red Lake High School Gym. The location was changed because of the current construction at the Red Lake Elementary Complex. The times were set at 11:15 AM - 3:45 PM on both...

 

Decolonizing Educators: Minnesota Indian Teaching Training Program Available at BSU

In a partnership with the Red Lake, Minn., School District, Bemidji State University will administer $92,000 in Minnesota Indian Teaching Training Program grants to American Indian students entering the education field. A Minnesota Department of Education initiative, MITTP grants are available to post-secondary institutions and...

 

The Silent Suffering of Cafeteria Workers

Shannon Spear’s family had just finished dinner when the phone rang. It was a Friday night in March, and Spear’s school district was calling to announce that her daughter’s high school was moving to remote learning. This was no surprise: Like other parents whose children attend the Contoocook Valley schools in New Hampshire, Spear had received dozens of emails from the...

 

'Distance learning is no learning for my daughter' | Fairfax mom will bring her daughter to school, even though classes are virtual

FAIRFAX, Va. — When Fairfax County Schools reopen virtually Tuesday, it's likely to be a frustrating day for a lot of teachers, parents and students. But for the county's nearly 30,000 special ed students, it could be even more aggravating. One Fairfax City mom says distance learning is no learning at all for her daughter. Caroline Chollet, 7, is an endearing second grader...

 

September Weed of the Month: Invasive Knotweeds

It's that time of year again - summer is coming to an end and invasive knotweeds are blooming. In Minnesota, we have three different species of invasive knotweeds: Bohemian knotweed (Polygonum × bohemicum), Giant knotweed (P. sachalinense), and Japanese knotweed (P. cuspidatum and P. cuspidatum var. compacta). While these...

 

"I Need Angels" is a song for hope on September 10th - World Suicide Prevention Day

It was four years ago. I had just gotten back from my month-long annual spring hunt out on the land, during which time I had no contact with the outside world. Upon returning, the first news I heard was that there had been a stream of suicide attempts in my community of Attawapiskat, an isolated Cree village on the coast of the...

 

Chickasaw girls hone art talents at virtual Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute

Young Chickasaw artists Kali Grizzle and Alyssa Underwood developed their craft as they connected with fellow artists during the virtual Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute. The Institute is normally hosted at Quartz Mountain. This year, the Oklahoma Arts Institute created "OSAI at Home." Students participated virtually in workshops...

 

Tribal members in Montana celebrate rare white buffalo calf

She's one in a million. About 30 people, including members from all seven tribes in Montana, gathered Aug. 29 in Lolo to celebrate and honor the birth of a white buffalo calf. The female calf was born about two months ago at the Bitterroot Valley Bison Ranch. At the ceremony, tribal members named her the Creator's White Buffalo Maiden. Experts say the birth of a white buffalo...

 

Native American runners journey 360 miles across Utah to offer healing, raise awareness during the coronavirus pandemic

Willson Atene did not run hundreds of miles across Utah this week for himself. "I ran for my family. I ran for my brothers and sisters. I ran for the Earth. I ran for Bears Ears. I ran for the sky," said Atene, of Monument Valley. "I ran for all these living beings here." Along the way, he and and his fellow runners left their...

 

StrongHearts Native Helpline scales to address "a crisis within a crisis"

EAGAN, Minn.—StrongHearts Native Helpline—a free, anonymous and culturally appropriate helpline for Native Americans affected by domestic, dating and sexual violence—has expanded its services to address the needs of a population disproportionately affected by both the COVID-19 pandemic and domestic violence. The organization has added online chat and sexual violence...

 

Recommendations for Tribal Ceremonies and Gatherings During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Tribal ceremonies such as sweat lodge, social gatherings and seasonal ceremonies, and larger gatherings such as pow wows and rodeos, are a vital part of cultural identity and common and traditional practices in tribal communities. CDC offers the following recommendations to help tribal communities, elders, and leaders decide how best to keep their communities safe and work to...

 

Minnesota Medicare Plans in 2020

If you’re shopping for Medicare plans in Minnesota, it’s easy to feel overloaded with information. That’s actually good news because it means you have a lot of options. Medicare is a national health insurance program for adults over 65 and people of any age who meet certain health criteria. Over the years, the program has expanded to give you a lot of choices when it...

 

WGU to Grant $1 Million in Online Access Scholarships to Close the Digital Divide Learning Gap

With many colleges and universities incorporating online learning into their curriculum as COVID-19 concerns continue to grow, those who do not have access to affordable, high-speed internet and want to further their education are often left behind. To help address this issue and increase access to education for adults across the state, online, nonprofit university Western...

 

Chickasaw student takes non-traditional path to health degree

When COVID-19 hit, Chickasaw citizen and non-traditional student Clayton Westmoreland knew that a traditional graduation ceremony wouldn't be in the cards for him. With universities altering their graduation ceremonies, Mr. Westmoreland's ceremony at LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas was one of the many affected. But he...

 

Chickasaw officer goes from beat cop to forensics expert

Troy Lawrence has turned his 31-year-career in law enforcement and education in digital forensics full circle. He currently serves as a sergeant at the Fort Worth Police Department and is the supervisor of the digital forensics lab. Mr. Lawrence, a 55-year-old Chickasaw originally from Oklahoma City, received an academic...

 

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