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RED LAKE NATION

The Minnesota Department of Human Services awarded Red Lake Nation’s Family and Children Services with a “Circle of Excellence” award in an online event Jan. 13.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services will award almost $4 million in Live Well at Home grants to 42 organizations for the 2022 award year.
A New Year's Eve contest powwow is set for Friday, Dec. 31, at the Red Lake Humanities Center, 23990 State Highway 1. Grand entries will begin at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. with a feast at 5 p.m.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services recently recognized Red Lake Nation with a Circle of Excellence Award.

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The Endazhi-Nitaawiging, or "the place where it grows," charter school announced it will enroll 86 students in fall 2022 as part of the future school's first enrollment of students.
Child development, leadership, democracy and culture are the core of the Indigenous Parent Leadership Initiative that will soon make its debut at the Red Lake and White Earth Nations come March.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday announced it had authorized the Red Lake Nation to set its own water quality standards, in a manner similar to a state.
Clean energy groups on the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota and Red Lake reservation in Minnesota were awarded $6.7 million in federal funding to build out electric vehicle infrastructure in the tribal communities.
In an effort to connect Red Lake, Standing Rock and other Nations throughout the upper Midwest with electronic vehicle charging stations, Minneapolis-based Native Sun Community Power Development and over two dozen of its partners will make use of a recently awarded $6.67 million from the U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office.
Red Lake, Inc. announced on Tuesday that it has acquired KC’s Best Wild Rice of Bemidji as its first business operation located outside of the Red Lake Nation.

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The Oshkiimaajitahdah Center in Redby will welcome guests for a ribbon cutting event to honor its machinist training partnership with manufacturing company Wells Technology at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 10.
Leon “Lee” Cook, a lifelong advocate for the betterment of Native people, champion for Indian education and former National Congress of American Indians president, died Oct. 13. He was 82.
Spirits were high Monday morning as around 50 members of the Red Lake community, tribal council and state politicians took part in the groundbreaking of the Endazhi-Nitaawiging charter school set to open in Red Lake in fall 2022.

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