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White Earth extends deadline for COVID-19 Relief Program assistance

On July 23, 2020, through Resolution No. 001-20-060, the White Earth Reservation Business Committee (RBC) authorized and established the COVID-19 Relief Program to provide emergency financial assistance to White Earth members who have suffered financial loss due to the pandemic. Through the CARES Act, the RBC is able to...

 

Tyler Graves

Tyler Graves January 3, 1990 - January 3, 2021 Tyler Graves, 31, of Red Lake, MN died Sunday, January 3, 2021 at Sanford Fargo Medical Center. Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 pm Saturday, January 9, 2021 at the Red Lake Community Center in Red Lake, MN with Father Jerry Rogers Officiating. A wake will begin at 2 pm...

 

Debra Lee Kingbird

Debra Lee Kingbird December 23, 1956 ~ January 2, 2021 (age 64) Debra Lee Kingbird, 64, from Cass Lake, Minnesota started her journey to the spirit world from her home in Mahnomen, MN on Saturday, January 2nd, 2021. Debbie was born in Cass Lake, MN on December 23rd, 1956 to Loretta (Kingbird) Brown and Charles Staples, Sr....

 

Yvonne Lorraine Thumb

Yvonne Lorraine Thumb December 09, 1958 - January 03, 2021 Yvonne L. Thumb, 62 of Oberon ND passed away unexpectedly at her home on Sunday evening, January 3, 2021. Funeral Services for Yvonne will be held on Saturday, January 9, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. at the Lighthouse Assembly of God Church in Fort Totten with Pastor Brandon...

 

Angellyn Marie Jackson

Angellyn Marie Jackson December 1, 1999 - December 30, 2020 Angellyn Marie Jackson, age 21 of Minneapolis, Minnesota passed away on December 30, 2020 at the University of Minnesota, Fairview, Minnesota. She was born on December 1, 1999 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of William Jackson and Danielle Stand. She lived with...

 

Georgia tallies votes as US Senate control hangs in balance

ATLANTA - Georgia officials began counting the final votes of the nation's turbulent 2020 election season on Tuesday night as polls closed in two critical races that will determine control of the U.S. Senate and, in turn, the fate of President-elect Joe Biden's legislative agenda. The two Senate runoff elections are leftovers...

 

Judge nixes latest Trump bid to invalidate Georgia election

ATLANTA - A federal judge rejected President Donald Trump's latest bid to overturn his election loss in Georgia during a hearing Tuesday that the president's lawyer blocked members of the public from listening to remotely amid the coronavirus pandemic. U.S. District Judge Mark H. Cohen ruled from the bench to deny a motion...

 

Extra doses stretching Minnesota COVID-19 vaccine supply

More than 84,000 people as of Tuesday morning had received first shots of COVID-19 vaccine in Minnesota, where extra doses in vials have stretched the limited initial supply. HealthPartners reported squeezing six doses out of almost all five-dose vials of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, meaning that its initial allotment of 10,000...

 

Good Samaritan helps Minnesota state trooper arrest assault suspect

As a 6-foot-4, 300-pound security guard, Vincent Williams didn't hesitate to help when he saw a Minnesota state trooper struggling with a driver who crashed his car Sunday night in Brooklyn Center. Williams, 30, of Fridley, helped the trooper detain the suspect, Matthew William Cleve, 38, of Zimmerman, who faces three felony...

 

COVID masks for young athletes are worse than useless

On Jan. 4, sports from the youth to the high school level were scheduled to resume under new regulations from the Minnesota Department of Health. According to these new rules, all athletes must wear face coverings while competing in their sports (with exceptions given to wrestling, swimming, cheerleading and gymnastics). I have...

 

Minneapolis Park Board winds down last encampment, at Minnehaha Park

The dwindling population of the last homeless encampment in a Minneapolis park has limited time to pack up, even as the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board began clearing the site. As the sun rose Tuesday over Minnehaha Regional Park, a backhoe and a Bobcat scooped up trash and uninhabited tents from the encampment just off...

 

New year, same faces for Beltrami County board

BEMIDJI -- The three successful incumbents in Beltrami County's 2020 elections were sworn in for new terms on Tuesday, with one of them also taking on a new role. District 2 Commissioner Reed Olson, who earned a second term in the role, also became Board Chair for 2021. On an annual basis, the position rotates in numerical...

 

Tim Sumner sworn in on his 3rd term as Beltrami County Commissioner District 4

Tim Sumner was sworn in for his 3rd term as Beltrami County Commissioner District 4 on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at the Beltrami County Board Room....

 

Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors 2021 Basketbal Schedulesl

Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors 2021 Basketball Schedules...

 

Attorney General Ellison sues to block Trump Administration's attempts to shield predatory lenders from state usury laws

January 5, 2021 (SAINT PAUL) – Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today joined a coalition of eight attorneys general in suing to stop a new Trump Administration rule to allow predatory lenders to evade state interest-rate caps, called “usury” laws. The new agency rule would enable predatory lenders to circumvent usury laws through “rent-a-bank” schemes, in...

 

MDH takes regulatory action against restaurants in Buffalo and St. Paul

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) today announced it has issued a license suspension to Patrick McGovern’s pub, in St. Paul, and issued a license suspension and cease-and-desist order to Norm’s Wayside, in Buffalo, after determining that the facilities had violated executive orders designed to protect their employees, customers, and communities from the COVID-19 pand...

 

UPDATE: Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Releases Applications for Movie Theater and Convention Center Grants

Today, the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development released applications for Movie Theater and Convention Center Grants established in the recent state COVID-19 relief package. The links to applications and information on the three new programs included in Minnesota’s small business relief package, signed into law December 16, are: • Minnesota...

 

Halloween in Red Lake 2020 - P85

Halloween in Red Lake 2020 Somewhat different, but still a lot of fun for kids and their parents...

 

Looking Back to June 2011 - Red Lake Elementary School Academy - P8

Looking Back to June 2011 - Red Lake Elementary School Academy...

 

Looking Back to June 2011 - Redby Spring Fling - P5

Looking Back to June 2011 - Redby Spring Fling...

 

Looking Back to June 2011 - Episcopal Group doing work on local Episcopal Churches on Reservation - P5

Looking Back to June 2011 - Episcopal Group doing work on local Episcopal Churches on Reservation...

 

Looking Back to May 2006 - Red Lake High School Graduation - P10

Looking Back to May 2006 - Red Lake High School Graduation...

 

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake July Celebration Parade - P3

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake July Celebration Parade...

 

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake Fisheries Operation - P3

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake Fisheries Operation...

 

Biden firm on uranium-mining ban around 'jewel' of the Grand Canyon

WASHINGTON – For four years, the Trump administration took steps to boost uranium mining for what it called national security reasons, a move environmentalists saw as an attempt to open the door to mining near the Grand Canyon. President-elect Joe Biden may be ready to shut that door for good. "I can't believe I have to say...

 

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