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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Bemidji State University Amongst Midwest's Top 100

In its America’s Best Colleges 2023 rankings, released September 12, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Bemidji State University amongst the top 100 master’s universities in the Midwest region and tied for 26th in the region amongst public institutions. Now in its 38th year, the U.S. News & World Report evaluates schools on hundreds of data points using up to 17 measures...

 

Father, son get life for hate crime in Ahmaud Arbery's death

BRUNSWICK, Ga. - The white father and son who chased and killed Ahmaud Arbery in a Georgia neighborhood each received a second life prison sentence Monday - for committing federal hate crimes, months after getting their first for murder - at a hearing that brought a close to more than two years of criminal proceedings. U.S....

 

Russia signals space station pullout; NASA says it's not official yet

Russia's new space chief on Tuesday signaled his country's intent to withdraw from the International Space Station after 2024, but a senior NASA official said Moscow has not communicated its intent to pull out of the two-decade-old orbital partnership with the United States. "Of course, we will fulfill all our obligations to our partners, but the decision about withdrawing...

 

Sanford Health president and CEO to discuss role of telehealth in providing care to patients in rural, underserved communities

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Sanford Health president and CEO Bill Gassen will join Dedi Gilad, CEO and co-founder of TytoCare, for a discussion about telehealth as a potential solution to many of the challenges and opportunities faced by health systems looking to provide high-quality health care to rural and underserved communities. The webinar will take place at noon CT on July 27....

 

US urges more arms for Ukraine amid fears of expanding war

TORETSK, Ukraine - The U.S. pressed its allies Tuesday to move "heaven and earth" to keep Kyiv well-supplied with weapons as Russian forces rained fire on eastern and southern Ukraine amid growing new fears the war could spill over the country's borders. For the second day in a row, explosions rocked the separatist region of...

 

EPA Awards Grants to Virginia Indian Tribes for Sustainable Materials Management

PHILADELPHIA (April 26, 2022) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today that the Upper Mattaponi Indian Tribe, of King William, Virginia, and the Chickahominy Indian Tribe and the Chickahominy Indian Tribe Eastern Division, both of Providence Forge, Virginia, have each been awarded grants to support diversion of food and other organic waste to composting prog...

 

The National Center Names 2022 Native American 40 Under 40 Recipients

MESA, AZ – The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (The National Center) announced the 2022 class of Native American 40 Under 40 award recipients. The Native American 40 Under 40 awards represent the best and brightest emerging Indian Country leaders. Every year, 40 American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian leaders under the age of 40 are...

 

Secretary Haaland Takes Action to Restore Tribal Authority to Adopt Water Laws

WASHINGTON — Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland today rescinded a memorandum issued in 1975 by then-Secretary Rogers C.B. Morton regarding the authority to approve Tribal water codes. Today’s action will streamline Departmental review of Tribal water codes and remove a widely perceived obstacle to their approval. Secretary Haaland also announced that the Department will...

 

Fond du Lac Band demands action from local high schools after racist social media conversation circulates

DULUTH - The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa is demanding a response from leaders of nearby school districts after a racist and threatening Snapchat conversation between two students was shared on social media late last week. The exchange between a student from Esko High School and another from Cloquet High included...

 

Biden defends school policies, downplays recent shutdowns

President Joe Biden touted his administration’s efforts to keep schools open during the pandemic on Wednesday as some schools are returning to remote instruction because of the Omicron variant. Biden said that while some school buildings have temporarily shut down, the vast majority have continued to conduct in-person instruction. He credited billions in funding passed as...

 

Mail, garbage delays in store as omicron wave builds across Minnesota

As a crushing wave of omicron infections surges across Minnesota, mail carriers and garbage haulers say they're struggling to keep things going. Some mail won't go out on time, a union official said, and a handful of garbage routes will see delays, according to a private hauler. The delays are brought on by a record-setting...

 

Preparing for the future: Collaboration is key to success for Bad River, Red Cliff summer youth program

ODANAH, Wisconsin – Laura Miranda's son had no idea what a job interview was or why he would want to work during the summer; but once he started working, she noticed a change in his behavior. "He seemed more motivated to engage in different types of events such as family time and outdoor activities," said Miranda, a vault department manager at the Bad River Lodge and Casino....

 

How COVID shots for kids help prevent dangerous new variants

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Cadell Walker rushed to get her 9-year-old daughter Solome vaccinated against COVID-19 - not just to protect her but to help stop the coronavirus from spreading and spawning even more dangerous variants. "Love thy neighbor is something that we really do believe, and we want to be good community members...

 

Minnesota adds 305 streams and lakes to its impaired waters list, including PFAS in Alexandria's Winona Lake

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) is proposing to add 305 water bodies with 417 new impairments to the state’s impaired waters list, bringing the totals to 2,904 water bodies with 6,168 impairments. The draft 2022 list, released today, includes an additional listing for PFAS in fish tissue in Winona Lake in Alexandria. “Minnesota’s water is its most valuable...

 

Reinfection cases added to COVID-19 web data today

As part of the data updates announced last Wednesday, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) today is adding the number of COVID-19 reinfections to the total shown under the Minnesota Case Overview of the Situation Update webpage. As of Nov. 1, Minnesota has had 8,184 instances of reinfections since the start of the pandemic. Of that total number, 587 were already included...

 

Amid Friday's rash of carjackings, cases up by nearly 40 percent in Minneapolis

More than 440 carjackings in Minneapolis have been reported in 2021, a 38% increase compared with last year, according to city statistics. Most recently, several carjackings occurred over a period of hours on Friday in south Minneapolis, similar to a slew of cities where these incidents have been on the rise in recent months -...

 

$3.6 million in ARP funding available to Native cultural institutions

(Oklahoma City, October 18) The Association for Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) has received $3.6 million from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to help Native cultural organizations recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. ATALM is one of seven organizations in the USA to receive funding through the “Sustaining the Humanities through the American...

 

NAJA responds to Lawrence membership inquiry

NORMAN, Oklahoma — The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) is a member-based organization that advocates for Indigenous journalists and accurate, ethical coverage of Indigenous communities. NAJA’s membership is not restricted to Indigenous people and the organization has a designated membership category for non-Indigenous professionals who support the mission...

 

Attorney General Ellison secures relief from unfair bill collection for Hutchinson Hospital patients

October 29, 2020 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced today that his office has reached a settlement agreement with Hutchinson Hospital that requires it to restore more favorable hospital billing terms that it had unilaterally terminated for many of its patients, which had the effect of increasing their monthly medical bills beyond what patients...

 

Southern Ute Indian Tribe Continues Safety Measures and Reaffirms 'Stay at Home' Order

Southern Ute Indian Reservation – On Wednesday, March 25, 2020, the Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council issued a “Stay at Home Order”. To slow and/or stop the spread of COVID-19, it is crucial the Tribe continues to adhere to the order requiring tribal members to stay home unless it is for essential activities. The continuation of the order is based on Tribal Council’s...

 

14 New Projects Funded by the Minnesota Jobs Skills Partnership

St. Paul – The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) has awarded workforce development grants totaling nearly $3 million under the Minnesota Jobs Skills Partnership (MJSP), which works with businesses and educational institutions to train or retrain workers, expand work opportunities and keep high-quality jobs in the state. “There is no greater...

 

BP: Man sentenced to 60 years for Spirit Lake gun assault, shooting ex-girlfriend in face

FARGO—A Spirit Lake man will spend 60 years behind bars related to a gun assault and for shooting his ex-girlfriend in the face. Dakota James Charboneau, 24, is also accused in a separate case of murdering a woman in 2016. http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/news/crime-and-courts/4501159-man-sentenced-60-years-spirit-lake-gun-assault-shooting-ex-girlfriend...

 

Smoke Signals From the Embassy, Volume 9, Issue 9, April 2016

Smoke Signals From the Embassy, Volume 9, Issue 9, April 2016 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eqDQz_YaoMh4CYTdX6NP1me979y6u3_lLMmlhJ0tgtU/pub...

 

Smoke Signals From the Embassy, Volume 10, Issue 10, July 2016

Smoke Signals From the Embassy, Volume 10, Issue 10, July 2016 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jISoNqHhmAUU8ancFZ_Slvrt7rCY9T9f-isjMdfzpDw/pub...

 

1,000 Minnesota patients interested in medical marijuana

When the Minnesota Department of Health set out to survey patients about the state’s new medical marijuana program, responses rolled in from every corner of the state. Of the 1,361 people who filled out the online survey earlier this year, 70 percent — nearly 1,000 — said they were likely to register for the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program when enrollment opens this...

 

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