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Minneapolis Park Board renames Calhoun parkways after Bde Maka Ska

The name "Calhoun" will disappear from the roads ringing Bde Make Ska/Lake Calhoun after the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board voted Wednesday to rename four parkways with the original Dakota name. Park Board commissioners, who voted 7-2 to make the change, said it...

 

Senators call for more TSA screeners at Minneapolis-St. Paul airport

Long se­curi­ty lines at the Min­ne­ap­olis-St. Paul International Airport's main ter­mi­nal prompt­ed Min­ne­so­ta's two U.S. sena­tors on Wednesday to call for ad­di­tion­al staff­ing from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). On Mon­day,...

 

Report shows US deficit to exceed $1 trillion next year

WASHINGTON — The federal budget deficit is expected to balloon to more than $1 trillion in the next fiscal year under the first projections taking into account the big budget deal that President Donald Trump and Congress reached this summer, the Congressional Budget Office reported Wednesday. The return of $1...

 

Charge: Teen's silent 911 plea from semi leads to arrest on I-94 of driver who raped her

In an especially dramatic example in Minnesota of a newer technology halting a serious crime, authorities say a 15-year-old girl ended years of sexual assault when she texted to 911 from a moving semitrailer truck in western Minnesota that she was just raped again by the driver. Law enforcement stopped the semi on an...

 

Trump moves to end limits on detention of migrant children

WASHINGTON - The Trump administration is moving to end an agreement limiting how long migrant children can be kept in detention, the president's latest effort to curb immigration at the Mexican border. A court fight is almost certain to follow, challenging the attempt...

 

Minimum-wage rate adjusted for inflation as of Jan. 1, 2020

Minnesota's minimum-wage rates will be adjusted for inflation beginning Jan. 1, 2020, to $10 an hour for large employers and $8.15 an hour for other state minimum wages. "This increase is a positive step for workers, yet more work needs to be done to ensure workers earn a living wage to support their families," said...

 

Red Lake Fair 2019 - Saturday Afternoon Pow Wow - P4

New Red Lake Nation Royalty 2019-2020 Sr. Miss Red Lake Nation - Elise White Sr. Brave - Sidney Kingbird Jr. Miss Red Lake Nation - Natanne Caldwell Jr. Brave - Cade Dow Horseshoe Tournament 2019 Mens & Womens single $300, $200, $100 Mixed Doubles $600 $400 $200...

 

Red Lake Fair 2019 - Youth Activities - P4

New Red Lake Nation Royalty 2019-2020 Sr. Miss Red Lake Nation - Elise White Sr. Brave - Sidney Kingbird Jr. Miss Red Lake Nation - Natanne Caldwell Jr. Brave - Cade Dow Horseshoe Tournament 2019 Mens & Womens single $300, $200, $100 Mixed Doubles $600 $400 $200...

 

Red Lake Fair 2019 - Saturday Parade - P4

New Red Lake Nation Royalty 2019-2020 Sr. Miss Red Lake Nation - Elise White Sr. Brave - Sidney Kingbird Jr. Miss Red Lake Nation - Natanne Caldwell Jr. Brave - Cade Dow Horseshoe Tournament 2019 Mens & Womens single $300, $200, $100 Mixed Doubles $600 $400 $200...

 

Red Lake Fair 2019 - Friday Night Pow Wow - P4

New Red Lake Nation Royalty 2019-2020 Sr. Miss Red Lake Nation - Elise White Sr. Brave - Sidney Kingbird Jr. Miss Red Lake Nation - Natanne Caldwell Jr. Brave - Cade Dow Horseshoe Tournament 2019 Mens & Womens single $300, $200, $100 Mixed Doubles $600 $400 $200...

 

Cops & Bobbers event put on by Red Lake Police Department, Conversation and Red Lake DNR - P6

RED LAKE, MN - The annual Cops & Bobbers event was held by the Red Lake Police Department, Conversation and Red Lake DNR on Tuesday, August 14, 2019, at Fuller's Lake. Starting at 10 AM, organizers of the event handed out fishing rods and bait to kids 6-12 years...

 

Traditional Blessing held for New Red Lake Trading Post scheduled to open this weekend - P12

RED LAKE, MN - The move continues for the new Red Lake Trading Post, which began on Monday, July 29, 2019 when they started relocating their existing gas pumps from their current site. Fuel was available July 31st at their new location across the street. The rest of...

 

Buy-Back Program Returns to the Navajo Nation – August 30 and September 30 Deadlines Approach for Landowners

WASHINGTON – In June and July 2019, the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations mailed more than $140 million in purchase offers to more than 18,000 owners of fractional land interests at the Navajo Nation. The deadline for landowners to return their voluntary purchase offers is either August 30, 2019, or September...

 

VA releases free mobile app to streamline health care access for Veterans and caregivers

VA Launchpad for Veterans is a new mobile app that simplifies and organizes several existing tools and resources into one convenient location to help manage health care needs. “VA has developed dozens of apps for Veterans to take charge of their health care,” said VA Secretary Robert Wilkie. “VA Launchpad makes...

 

In Support of Expanded Stories, MNHS to Gather Public Input on the Name for Historic Fort Snelling

The Minnesota Historical Society will launch a statewide effort, now through Nov. 15, to gather public input on the name of Historic Fort Snelling, in light of the ongoing revitalization and the expanded stories of history being shared at the historic site. MNHS...

 

Federal investigators seek student records and spending details at Indiana Virtual School

Federal investigators are scrutinizing the enrollment and financial practices of two Indiana virtual schools on the brink of collapse amid allegations that they took funding for students they never educated, according to a subpoena made public Monday. And investigators also want to know who got paid with the millions...

 

Madison School District, teachers union at an impasse over raise

The Madison School District and its teachers union are at an impasse over the size of a raise for teachers this school year, and a School Board member is alleging district administrators could be skirting state law by privately suggesting board members reject the union’s demand. Madison Teachers Inc. is asking for...

 

Complicated Crusader to Accused Federal Conspirator: Ex-Puerto Rico Education Secretary Julia Keleher's 'Surreal' Journey

Just four days after her abrupt resignation as Puerto Rico’s education secretary, Julia Keleher went to Yale University to deliver a highly charged and unusual speech. The subject was leadership, an apt one for an education management conference, but it was also Keleher’s own story — a defiant and sometimes...

 

De Blasio open to talks on transfer of Black Hills to Sioux tribe

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Democratic presidential candidate Bill de Blasio says he would bring tribal and federal leaders together to “determine a path forward” on returning the Black Hills to its historic occupants, the Lakota Sioux tribal nations. “The history referred to around the Black Hills must be answered it...

 

A tale of restored tribal lands turns bittersweet in the wake of an Oregon wildfire

The smell of scorched soil and burnt wood filled the air. Michael Rondeau, CEO of the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians, looked over the damage, clad in forest-green pants and a lemon-yellow jacket with “Douglas Forest Patrol” on the back. The Milepost 97 Fire, which started just days earlier with an...

 

Winners of cannabis store lottery for Hamilton, Burlington, and Niagara announced

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario's (AGCO) most recent lottery results are out, with more retail stores potentially coming to Hamilton, Burlington and the Niagara area. On Wednesday morning, AGCO announced the individuals selected in their Aug. 20 lottery who would be able to apply for licenses....

 

Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe begins process to turn Isle property from fee to trust

City unanimously objects to Band’s application The Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington D.C. gave notice to the City of Isle that the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe applied to place 21 parcels, also known as the Holmberg property located on the east side of Isle, into trust land and off the tax rolls. A letter...

 

Biggest Native American tribes in the U.S. today

Native American origins reach far back to late in the ice age when the first humans ventured across the Bering Strait and into what is now North America. Stacker has compiled a list of the 42 most prominent Native American tribes today based on 2010 Census data. https://www.thetelegraph.com/lifestyl...

 

USDA Announces Investments in Community Facilities that will Benefit Almost 200,000 Rural Americans

WASHINGTON, Aug. 21, 2019 – USDA Rural Housing Service Administrator Bruce Lammers today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $52 million in 45 community facilities projects that will benefit nearly 200,000 rural residents (PDF, 151 KB) in 16 states. “Under the leadership of Preside...

 

Red Lake Hospital Emergency Department has Blessing and Open House - P15

According to a release from the Red Lake Tribal Council, the Red Lake Indian Health Services Hospital entered into a P.L. 93-638 construction Contract in May 2017 with Red Lake Builders, Inc, a construction company owned by the Red Lake Tribe, to expand the Emergency...

 

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