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Red Lake Nation Community Engagement COVID-19 VACCINATION UPDATE

Vaccination Event Dates and Locations: Feb. 11 - Ponemah Elementary School - 9 AM - 1 PM Feb. 11-12 - Red Lake Hospital PT Department - 8:30 AM - 3 PM Feb. 17, 18, 19 - Red Lake Hospital PT Department - 8:30 AM - 3 PM Ages 18 and over Red Lake Hospital chart required - (Call 679-0394 if needed to update or establish chart)...

 

ALL RED LAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT #38 STUDENTS WILL CONTINUE WITH DISTANT LEARNING ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2021

Boozhoo, this is Superintendent Crowley. Due to the dangerously cold weather predicted tomorrow, Tuesday February 9th ALL Red Lake students will continue their distance learning schedule. During this weeks "cold snap" I will continue to notify families daily (around 5:00 pm) as to the plan for the next school day. I repeat ALL...

 

Joseph Jacob Thunder, Jr.

Joseph Jacob Thunder, Jr. April 7, 1937 - February 5, 2021 Joseph Jacob Thunder, Jr., 83, of Redby, MN died Friday, February 5, 2021 at his home. Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 pm, Saturday, February 13, 2021 at Redby Community Center in Redby, MN. A wake will begin at 2:00 pm, Thursday, February 11, 2021 at the Redby...

 

Valerie Ross

Valerie Ross July 14, 1940 - February 05, 2021 Valerie Ross, 80, of Cloquet, MN died on Friday, February 5, 2021 in her home with her family by her side. She was born on July 14, 1940 to Jay Smith and Elizabeth Bear in Cloquet, MN. Valerie was the youngest daughter of the family. She loved traveling to different cities around...

 

Stanley J. Littlewind

Stanley J. Littlewind April 01, 1966 - February 04, 2021 Stanley James Littlewind, "Šna Duta Wicaša" (Red Blanket Man) 54 years old, started his earthly journey April 1, 1966 in Devils Lake, ND. He started his journey home Thursday, February 4, 2021 at CHI, St. Alexius Health, Devils Lake Hospital. He was the son of Joseph...

 

Minnesota rises to 14th in vaccine administration rate; provides 556,482 first doses

Minnesota has risen from 45th to 14th among U.S. states in its rate of COVID-19 vaccine administration and will soon see its first shots being given in retail pharmacies. Gov. Tim Walz announced a one-time diversion of 8,000 vaccine doses not being used in long-term care facilities this week to Walgreens pharmacies. Walmart and...

 

Minneapolis schools welcome the youngest students back to classrooms

Underneath her winter coat on Monday morning, Jefferson Community School Principal Holly Kleppe wore a tool belt stocked with essential back-to-school supplies: a bottle of hand sanitizer and several kid-sized masks. "You've grown so much since I saw you," she said to one boy, her face shield fogging up in the subzero...

 

In Tampa, Super Bowl celebrations bring superspreader concerns

The streets of Tampa, Florida, teemed with boozy revelers into the wee hours of Monday, many of them ignoring pleas from medical experts to socially distance and wear masks, after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers crushed the Kansas City Chiefs in Sunday's Super Bowl. A few scrums broke out. In one of the more bizarre episodes, a man in...

 

Minnesota judge quickly denies legal challenge to youth sports mask mandate

After holding a hearing in the case three days ago, a federal judge on Monday denied a legal challenge to Minnesota's mandate requiring youth athletes to wear masks in practices and games. Judge Eric Tostrud, in an order filed in U.S. District Court, denied a request by advocacy group Let Them Play MN for an injunction...

 

Second court says Enbridge can continue construction of $2.6B pipeline in Minnesota

A federal appellate court judge has denied a motion to stop construction of Enbridge's controversial Line 3 replacement, the second court ruling against pipeline opponents in the past week. Two Minnesota Ojibwe bands and two environmental groups in December sued the Army Corps in U.S. District Court for the District of...

 

South Dakota judge rejects amendment legalizing marijuana

PIERRE, S.D. - A South Dakota judge on Monday struck down a voter-approved constitutional amendment that legalized recreational marijuana after Gov. Kristi Noem's administration challenged it. Circuit Judge Christina Klinger ruled the measure approved by voters in November violated the state's requirement that constitutional...

 

Dems propose $1,400 payments as part of Biden virus relief

WASHINGTON - House Democrats on Monday proposed an additional $1,400 in direct payments to individuals as Congress began piecing together a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package that tracks President Joe Biden's plan for battling the pandemic and reviving a still staggering economy. Democrats on the Ways and Means Committee...

 

Minnesota GOP legislators push for Walz's impeachment over executive orders

Three Republican legislators introduced articles of impeachment Monday against Democratic Gov. Tim Walz over his use of executive orders during the pandemic. Their resolution claims Walz's actions during the COVID-19 emergency have gone beyond his constitutional authority and violated Minnesotans' rights. A spokesman for the...

 

Schools nationwide walk the tightrope between ideal safety, COVID-19 reality

California mom Megan Bacigalupi has had enough. She wants her kindergartner and second grader back in their Oakland classrooms. But the coronavirus is spreading too quickly to open schools in Alameda County, based on the current state standards. And the local teachers union hasn't agreed to go back - even after teachers have...

 

Amid vaccinations, community spread of COVID-19 remains high in Minnesota

ROCHESTER, Minn. - New cases of COVID-19 continue to be diagnosed across Minnesota, but hospitalizations and deaths continue to decline. The Minnesota Department of Health reported Sunday, Feb. 7, 10 COVID-19 deaths and 914 newly confirmed cases of the virus. The deaths bring the total to 100 for the week and 6,299 since the...

 

Congressional Leaders Request Resources for Urban Indians in Budget Reconciliation

Washington, D.C. (February 8, 2021) – Today, 26 House Representatives called on Congressional leaders to prioritize expanding resources for urban American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN) in the COVID-19 budget reconciliation. At a critical time when AI/ANs are dying at alarming rates from COVID-19, the federal government must do more to fulfill its trust and treaty...

 

DEED Announces Over $13 Million in Relief Grants to Convention Centers and Movie Theaters Statewide

St. Paul – The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) has announced awards of $4.6 million in Convention Center Relief Grants and $8.54 million in Movie Theater Relief Grants to facilities across the state. These grants were part of a $216 million economic relief package signed into law by Governor Tim Walz on Dec. 16, 2020. This package...

 

Impeachment Managers File Trial Brief, Explain Senate's Obligation to Hear Case against Donald Trump

Washington, D.C. – Today, the House Impeachment Managers filed their Trial Memorandum of the United States House of Representatives in the Impeachment Trial of President Donald J. Trump. The brief lays out the case for the conviction of former President Donald J. Trump for “incitement of insurrection against the Republic he swore to protect.” As directed by the Senate,...

 

READ: House Impeachment Managers' Brief Outlines Arguments For Senate Trial Of Trump

The House impeachment managers who will argue in front of the Senate that former President Donald Trump should be convicted of inciting an insurrection at the Capitol have filed a brief that outlines their evidence. "The Nation will indeed remember January 6, 2021 - and President Trump's singular responsibility for that...

 

Read: House impeachment managers' brief ahead of Trump's impeachment trial

Updated 12:43 PM ET, Mon February 8, 2021 (CNN)House impeachment managers filed their response to former President Donald Trump's initial pretrial brief shortly after 12 p.m. ET on Monday, their last opportunity to push back ahead of the impeachment trial on the claims that both Trump and most Senate Republicans are making that the trial itself is unconstitutional. Read their...

 

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Easement Program: Working for you and wildlife in western Minnesota

Working lands work - for people and for wildlife. At the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, we understand that by collaborating with local landowners, we can grow both healthy landscapes and waterfowl populations – plus a strong farm economy. Take a few moments to discover how we foster conservation on working lands and sow the seeds of economic diversity at the same...

 

Lady Warriors win 4th straight in impressive 115-13 victory over Laporte in 2021 Home Opener - P11

RED lAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors won their season home opener and 4th straight game on Monday, February 1, 2021, taking a 67-2 halftime lead and having no trouble adding to it for the win, 115-13. Five Lady Warriors were in double figures. Rose McClain led all scorers with 22 points, Mimi Beaulieu added 21 points,...

 

Lady Warriors win 4th straight in impressive 115-13 victory over Laporte in 2021 Home Opener - P12

RED lAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors won their season home opener and 4th straight game on Monday, February 1, 2021, taking a 67-2 halftime lead and having no trouble adding to it for the win, 115-13. Five Lady Warriors were in double figures. Rose McClain led all scorers with 22 points, Mimi Beaulieu added 21 points,...

 

Warriors move to 2-1 on season with 81-56 win over Pine River - P10

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors won their second game in a row on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 hosting the Pine River Tigers. The Tigers scored first with a 3-pointer, but the Warriors scored twice after that and took a 5-3 lead in the first half, a lead which they never gave up. By the end of the first half, Red Lake led...

 

Red Lake's Junior Varsity loses to Pine River 43-42 in closing minutes after leading 30-11 in the first half - P10

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors won their second game in a row on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 hosting the Pine River Tigers. The Tigers scored first with a 3-pointer, but the Warriors scored twice after that and took a 5-3 lead in the first half, a lead which they never gave up. By the end of the first half, Red Lake led...

 

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