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After riot, fears grow about Trump's final days in office

WASHINGTON — With 13 days left in President Donald Trump's term, a nation shaken by the violence carried out in his name was left wondering what he might do next, and there was open talk in Washington of trying to force him from office early. Out of sight in the White House — and silenced on some of his favorite internet lines of communication — the cornered president...

 

The Latest: Trump condemns Capitol riot, concedes to Biden

WASHINGTON — The Latest on the fallout of the storming of the Capitol by a mob of pro-Trump loyalists (all times local): 7:20 p.m. President Donald Trump is conceding to President-elect Joe Biden and condemning the violent supporters who stormed the nation's Capitol Wednesday. https://www.startribune.com/the-latest-trump-condemns-capitol-riot-concedes-to-b...

 

Judge fines Lakeville eatery $3,000 a day for violating governor's COVID-19 order

A Dakota County judge on Thursday found the owners of the Alibi Drinkery in Lakeville in contempt of court for remaining open despite a court order to close because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The eatery's owners will have to pay a fine of $3,000 for every day they allow indoor dining. Gov. Tim Walz issued an order Nov. 18...

 

Sen. Amy Klobuchar says Capitol breach can never happen again

Sen. Amy Klobuchar said Thursday that federal lawmakers must do everything they can in the coming weeks and months to ensure the U.S. Capitol never sees another security breach like what happened a day earlier. "Of course there'll be a major investigation into what went wrong here," said Klobuchar, who was with many of her...

 

COVID-19 variant not found in Minnesota, but remains a concern

The faster-spreading variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 hasn't been found yet in Minnesota, but public health experts are on the hunt because of its potential to increase infections and threaten the state's latest attempted return to normalcy. State Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm said mask-wearing and social...

 

Minnesota legislators, parents decry mask order as youth sports restart

A state order requiring high school and youth athletes to wear masks while practicing and competing is not going over well with a group of Minnesota state legislators and supporters of the Let Them Play MN Facebook group. A Jan. 6 letter signed by 30 members of the Minnesota House of Representatives to Gov. Tim Walz urged that...

 

Focus on restraining Trump until he's gone

In the aftermath of a shocking, destructive invasion of the U.S. Capitol by domestic terrorists who were incited to action by President Donald Trump, Americans have some hard truths to face. This is a president who has gone rogue. The top priority now for Vice President Mike Pence, Congress and other leaders must be how best to...

 

Beltrami County seeks COVID Relief Grant applications

Business Beltrami County seeks COVID Relief Grant applications Beltrami County is being awarded $908,000 to provide grants to local businesses and nonprofits impacted by the current pandemic. Greater Bemidji, Inc. is administering the grants on behalf of the county. All applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. on Jan. 22. Written By: Pioneer Staff Report | Jan 7th 2021 - 10am....

 

2,000 new COVID-19 cases, 44 deaths reported in Minnesota

ST. PAUL - Minnesota health officials on Thursday, Jan. 7 reported 2,004 new cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Forty-four additional deaths caused by COVID-19 were reported Thursday as well, bringing the state's coronavirus pandemic death toll to 5,572. Of the newly reported deaths, more than half...

 

Minnesota News and Outreach – January 7, 2021

Minnesota News and Outreach Safely Adjusting the Dials Yesterday, Governor Walz announced Executive Order 21-01, which loosens restrictions on important parts of daily life. The announcement comes as tens of thousands of Minnesotans have received their first dose of the vaccine, COVID-19 cases are down, hospital bed use is declining, and kids are heading back to the classroom....

 

Court finds Alibi Drinkery in contempt, imposes $3K/day fine

Court: 'Health and welfare of the public are at risk and are being irreparably harmed' by Alibi's behavior January 7, 2021 (SAINT PAUL) - The Dakota County District Court has found Alibi Drinkery of Lakeville in contempt of court for willfully violating the court's December 31, 2020 temporary injunction that required it to...

 

Halloween in Red Lake 2020 - P87

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 - P10

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

 

Looking Back to June 2011 - Episcopal Group doing work on local Episcopal Churches on Reservation - P7

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 - P12

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

 

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake Fisheries Operation - P5

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

 

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake 4th of July Celebration - Evening Session

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake 4th of July Celebration - Evening Session...

 

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake 4th of July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon Session

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake 4th of July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon Session...

 

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake Middle School Conference

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake Middle School Conference...

 

'Focus on the issue at hand': How a leader representing school boards has handled a pandemic transition

When the coronavirus crisis closed campuses in the spring, school boards across the country found themselves faced with decisions they never anticipated making: how to move schools online overnight, how to engage with children without computers or reliable internet, how to reopen buildings and ensure social distancing in once-cramped classrooms, and how to pay for the...

 

Embedding tutoring into school day could offset COVID slide

Dive Brief: • Equal-access tutoring is emerging as an equity-based solution to correct pandemic-related learning loss, District Administration reports, noting the practice is considered an effective intervention and can be scaled nationally, but is currently only widely available to those who can afford private tutoring. • The first step in implementing a permanent...

 

Newark schools will remain shuttered through April as virus continues to surge

Newark is pushing back its planned school reopening from this month to April, district officials announced Wednesday — a decision that means students will have spent more than a year learning remotely. The delay, which Superintendent Roger León shared with families and staff members Wednesday evening, comes amid a continuing surge of coronavirus cases in Newark and pressure...

 

Michigan to Begin Vaccinating People 65 and Older, Teachers

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan will begin issuing coronavirus vaccines to seniors and front-line workers such as teachers and police next week, state officials said Wednesday while announcing accelerated access for people who are at least 65 years old. The state had planned to next immunize people 75 and older and essential...

 

Colorado to make rapid COVID tests available to schools

Colorado will make up to a million rapid COVID-19 tests a month available to school districts, charter schools, and private schools as part of its effort to get students back to the classroom and keep them there. Gov. Jared Polis announced the initiative Wednesday. Expanded testing capacity for school districts was one of the recommendations of a back-to-school task force in...

 

School Security Team Member - Red Lake Schools #38

Employment Opportunity Internal Posting: 01/07/2021 – 01/21/2021 Position Title: School Security Team Member Revised: 2/24/17 Position Overview: Responsible for contributing to improved student achievement and realization of the school and district vision by protecting students, staff, school district property, and the...

 

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