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 News    April 14, 2021 

RLTC - Eighth Amended Executive Order

RLTC - Eighth Amended Executive Order...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Protesters, police clash for third straight night in wake of Daunte Wright's death

Protesters clashed with law enforcement for a third straight night Tuesday outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department, with activists demanding an independent investigation into Daunte Wright's death. Activist and attorney Nekima Levy Armstrong told the crowd that she recently spoke to Gov. Tim Walz about introducing nine...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Gov. Walz not eyeing new restrictions as he extends emergency powers

Gov. Tim Walz says while he's closely monitoring an increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Minnesota, he doesn't anticipate tightening restrictions on businesses or social gatherings anytime soon. But he's not quite ready to relinquish the emergency powers he's used to respond to the pandemic and put those...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Minnesota bishop resigns at pope's request after abuse coverup

Bishop Michael Hoeppner of the Diocese of Crookston resigned Tuesday after a request to step down by Pope Francis and an investigation that showed he had covered up a sex abuse allegation against a priest. Hoeppner is the first U.S. Catholic bishop to be disciplined under new Vatican protocols for reviewing and sanctioning...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Stimulus package benefits millions of families with adult dependents

When the first round of pandemic relief payments went out last spring, Debbi Harris felt like her son, Josh, was forgotten by lawmakers in Washington, D.C. As the coronavirus pandemic tore through the country, the Harris family went to great lengths to protect the health of their youngest son, now 28, who has complex medical...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Student fires at officers at Tennessee school, is killed

A student opened fire on officers responding to a report of a possible gunman at a Tennessee high school Monday, and police shot back and killed him, authorities said. The shooting wounded an officer and comes as the community reels from off-campus gun violence that has left three other students dead this year. Police found the...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Winter fights back with snow and cool temps

BEMIDJI -- In typical Minnesota fashion, winter has once again reared its head, leaving a dumping of snow on Bemidji and the rest of the Northland throughout the evening hours on Monday and into Tuesday. According to the National Weather Service in Grand Forks, N.D., a recent drop in temperatures has caused wet and slushy roads...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Leech Lake Tribal College Hosts Virtual Conference on Distance Learning

Leech Lake Tribal College (LLTC) is hosting a conference on the challenges and barriers to online and distance education at tribal colleges (TCUs) and other minority-serving institutions (MSIs). Panelists will discuss the future of online education and how it fits into nation-building and tribal colleges' service to their...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

State advises providers to follow federal pause on use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine during review

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) this morning sent a message to health care providers around the state advising that they follow the federal recommendation to pause use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine while the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) review data about an extremely rare type of blood...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

National Council of Urban Indian Health and Native American Lifelines Announce DMV Vaccines for Natives

Washington, D.C. (April 13, 2021) – The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) and Native American Lifelines (NAL) are pleased to announce the availability of COVID-19 vaccinations for urban Indians in the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia metropolitan area. In partnership with the Indian Health Service and University of Maryland – Baltimore, registration is now...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

With Budget Season Nearing, a Case for a Bold Investment in Our National Forests and Public Lands

(Washington, DC) April 13, 2021 – This week, Winter Wildlands Alliance, The Mountaineers, and Outdoor Alliance released a funding report about the Forest Service, making the case for a bold investment in the agency as Congress prepares to begin the appropriations process. Outdoor recreation is booming, with recent reports showing historic visitation to our public lands and wa...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Legislature Approves Ban on Native American School Mascots

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Washington Legislature has approved a measure to ban the use of Native American names, symbols and images as school mascots, logos and team names at most public schools in Washington. On a 90-8 vote, the House concurred with changes made in the Senate. Once the measure is signed by Gov. Jay Inslee, the ban would take effect Jan. 1. Under the...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Lamont to spend COVID funds on summer education programs

Connecticut plans to allocate millions of dollars in federal COVID-19 relief funds toward education programs designed to help make up for learning lost by the state's schoolchildren during the pandemic. Gov. Ned Lamont announced Monday that $10.7 million of Connecticut’s federal pandemic recovery funding will pay for an initiative he's calling the Learner Engagement and...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

Indian Affairs Announces Proposed IEED Rule to Support Entrepreneurship in Indian Country

WASHINGTON – Indian Affairs today announced that the Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development (IEED) has published a proposed rule to establish the Indian Business Incubators Program (IBIP), in accordance with the Native American Business Incubators Program Act of 2020 (P.L. 116-174). The proposed rule sets out who is eligible for the program, how to apply, how the...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

National Congress of American Indians set to announce new chief executive

WASHINGTON, D.C - The National Congress of American Indians is expected to announce a new chief executive officer as soon as this week. Fawn Sharp, the president of the NCAI, recently told a group of Indian women leaders that a candidate was in the process of being hired. She did not name an individual but said to expect news...

 
 News    April 14, 2021 

COVID Update: LLBO Will Postpone all Johnson & Johnson Vaccines per CDC and FDA guidance

CASS LAKE, MN- Today the CDC and FDA released a statement that they will be reviewing the Johnson & Johnson (J&J), also referred to as Janssen, COVID-19 Vaccine due to reports of blood clots in six participants. They have also recommended a pause in the use of this vaccine while these cases are investigated and reviewed. Leech Lake has previously administered the J&J vaccine...

 

Chief: Officer meant to use Taser, not firearm, on Daunte Wright

The traffic stop that would end Daunte Wright's life played out on a Brooklyn Center police officer's body camera. Officers appeared to try to handcuff him; then he slipped back into the driver's seat. A female officer yelled, "Taser, Taser," and then fired her gun. "Holy shit, I just shot him," she said. Once again, a Black...

 

Curfew in effect in Hennepin, Ramsey, Anoka, Dakota counties, by order of Gov. Walz

Gov. Tim Walz on Monday issued a curfew in Hennepin, Ramsey, Anoka and Dakota counties from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. Tuesday in the wake of a night of unrest following the Sunday death of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man shot and killed by police in Brooklyn Center. As they announced the curfews, state and city leaders tried...

 

Troops block protesters as hundreds defy curfew in Brooklyn Center

Hundreds of protesters defied curfew Monday night to gather at the Brooklyn Center Police Department, seeking justice for a 20-year-old Black man fatally shot by a police officer. Clashes between law enforcement and protesters escalated into the evening, with authorities firing multiple rounds of tear gas, along with rubber...

 

BCA identifies officer in Daunte Wright shooting

Monday night, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension identified the officer who shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center Sunday. The BCA identified the long-time veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department as Officer Kim Potter. Potter is on standard administrative leave. https...

 

Outbreak of COVID-19 cases linked to wrestling tournament prompts warning to schools, public

After identifying an outbreak of COVID-19 cases associated with a Minnesota youth wrestling tournament held in South Dakota, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) have alerted schools around the state to watch for potential cases and to double down on masking, social distancing and other prevention measures. Health officials...

 

Minneapolis high school students head back to classrooms

Standing in front of a table of disposable masks and hand sanitizer, Principal Christian Alberto Ledesma greeted his students in person for the first time in more than a year. He offered "good mornings" and waves, even sticking his foot out to bump shoes with a student as a socially distanced welcome to Wellstone International...

 

US colleges divided over requiring student vaccinations

BOSTON - U.S. colleges hoping for a return to normalcy next fall are weighing how far they should go in urging students to get the COVID-19 vaccine, including whether they should - or legally can - require it. Universities including Rutgers, Brown, Cornell and Northeastern recently told students they must get vaccinated before...

 

New project aims to grow a supply chain for reforestation in Minnesota

Allison Rian gently stuffs a sprouted acorn into a soil-filled plug in a plastic tray, then another. Soaking acorns fill the kitchen sink. Trays of them sprout off the living room. Jars of yellow birch and white pine seeds chill inside the refrigerator. "We've jumped into the deep end of the pool," said her husband, Scott Rian....

 

Team YES wins Overwatch 6v6 Tournament at GigaZone Gaming Championship 5

(Bemidji, MN) April 12, 2021 – The first of three consecutive weekends of GigaZone Gaming Championship 5 was held Saturday, April 10 with the first tournament, Overwatch 6v6. Team YES won the Overwatch 6v6 Tournament and the top prize of $1,800. Team YES team members are Kelly Whipple, Kylie Elliott, Tien Nguyen, Connor Broder...

 

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