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Red Lake School District will be offering COVID-19 Saliva Testing for all School Staff on a bi-weekly basis beginning Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Red Lake School District, ISD#38 P.O. Box 499, Red Lake, MN 56671 218-679-3353 To: Red Lake School District Staff Date: February 10, 2021 RE: COVID-19 Saliva Testing for School Staff As COVID-19 continues to spread, Minnesota is continually expanding testing options and working to remove barriers so every Minnesotan can access...

 

Wanda Kingbird

Wanda Kingbird August 17, 1966 ~ February 9, 2021 (age 54) Wanda Kingbird, age 54, of the Bear Clan, passed away on Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at the Sanford Hospital in Fargo, ND. Wanda, the daughter of Dora Kingbird and Clarence Kingbird, was born on August 17, 1966 in Red Lake, MN, and was raised in Ponemah all her life. She...

 

Convict Trump or face dire democracy damage, prosecutors say

WASHINGTON — Dire harm from Donald Trump's false and violent incitements will vex American democracy long into the future unless the Senate convicts him of impeachment and bars him from future office, House prosecutors insisted Thursday as they concluded two days of emotional arguments in his historic trial. Making their case, they presented piles of new videos of last...

 

Charges: Buffalo man open fire, ignited 3 pipe bombs in deadly clinic attack

BUFFALO, Minn. – Armed with four pipe bombs, one handgun and a Ziploc bag full of ammunition, Gregory Ulrich caught the public bus outside his motel Tuesday morning and rode the short trip to Allina Health Clinic. Ulrich shot five clinic workers and set off three of the explosive devices - two in the lobby, a third in an...

 

University of Minnesota pledges to slash graduation gaps, recruit more students of color

Slash a graduation rate gap between students of color and their white classmates. Boost recruitment of underrepresented students and faculty. Train students and employees to appreciate diversity and be culturally competent. Those are among the University of Minnesota's aggressive five-year diversity goals, which were discussed...

 

Trump was sicker than acknowledged with COVID-19

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump was sicker with COVID-19 in October than publicly acknowledged at the time, with extremely depressed blood oxygen levels at one point and a lung problem associated with pneumonia caused by the coronavirus, according to four people familiar with his condition. His prognosis became so worrisome...

 

Small Minnesota pharmacies step up to vaccine challenge

Casey Drug had 72 hours to administer 90 of 100 doses of COVID-19 vaccine it received on Tuesday, and the Chisholm, Minn., pharmacy needed only 24 hours to get all of them injected. Using a phone tree of customers, the pharmacy had 105 senior citizens slotted for vaccination at a community center on Wednesday and ended up with...

 

Minnesota Legislature considers bill to close mandatory reporting loophole

One of five accusers in an ongoing criminal sexual conduct case against a former Anoka-Hennepin middle school teacher and arts instructor says a loophole in Minnesota's mandated reporting law allowed their abuse to go unreported for years. Zander Danielson Sellie, 25, recently testified in support of a bill before the state...

 

Hormel makes its biggest deal ever, buying Planters for $3.3 billion

Hormel Foods Corp. agreed to buy Planters nuts for $3.35 billion, the largest acquisition in Hormel's 130-year history. The Austin, Minn.-based food company - known for bacon, turkey, Spam and its down-home style of business - has steadily gobbled up smaller protein-centric food brands for the last five years. The Planters...

 

Best Buy cuts store jobs, reduces hours of other workers

Best Buy told store employees this week that it is cutting jobs and reducing their hours. The Richfield-based electronics retailer declined to give details of job changes, but it has said that its workforce needs to evolve. "We don't generally comment on specific personnel matters," the company said in a statement to the Star...

 

6 killed in 130-vehicle pileup on icy Texas interstate

DALLAS - A massive crash involving more than 130 vehicles on an icy Texas interstate left six people dead and dozens injured Thursday amid a winter storm that dropped freezing rain, sleet and snow on parts of the U.S. At the scene of the crash on Interstate 35 near downtown Fort Worth, a tangle of semitrailers, cars and trucks...

 
 Events   

DUE TO WEATHER, EVENT IS POSTPONED UNTIL LATER DATE - Fishing Derby - February 14, 2021

POSTPONED UNTIL LATER DATE Fishing Derby - February 14, 2021 12 Noon - 3 PM at 3rd Bridge Must be pre-registered starting on January 25, 2021 Call 554-7425 - Lisa or Shaulissa Last day to registered is February 12, 2021 at Noon - NO EXCEPTIONS Sponsored by Red Lwke Chemical Health Programs in collaboration with all Community...

 

Interior Announces Plans to Strengthen LWCF

WASHINGTON — The Interior Department today took steps to strengthen the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) by rescinding Trump administration policies that significantly undermined the landmark conservation program. Secretarial Order 3396 revokes an order signed on November 9, 2020 (Secretarial Order 3388) that unilaterally imposed new restrictions to inhibit the...

 

Interior Announces Series of Tribal Consultations in Recognition of the Importance of Nation-to-Nation Relationship

WASHINGTON – The Department of the Interior announced today that it will host initial consultations with Tribal leaders next month. In addition to honoring and strengthening the nation-to-nation relationship, these steps will help ensure that future White House and Interior efforts at addressing the four converging crises of our time – COVID-19, economic security, racial...

 

Red Lake Warriors out-gunned in 88-67 home loss to Cass Lake Panthers - P3

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors came off a 77-71 win, their fourth win in a row, over Pine River on Friday, February 5, 2021, to face a fast Cass Lake-Bena Panther team on Tuesday, February 9th, and were outscored in both halves 45-33 and 43-34 respectively. Cass Lake improved their season record to 6-2 with the 88-67...

 

Red Lake's JV edged by Panther JV 42-36 in earlier game - P2

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors came off a 77-71 win, their fourth win in a row, over Pine River on Friday, February 5, 2021, to face a fast Cass Lake-Bena Panther team on Tuesday, February 9th, and were outscored in both halves 45-33 and 43-34 respectively. Cass Lake improved their season record to 6-2 with the 88-67...

 

Lady Warriors win 4th straight in impressive 115-13 victory over Laporte in 2021 Home Opener - P15

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 - P13

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...

 

Warriors go to 1-1 on season with 84-63 win at home over Blackduck - P17

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors hosted the Blackduck Drakes on Friday, January 22, 2021, taking a 40-28 half time lead and finishing well, 84-63. Red Lake scored 40 and 44 points in the first and second half respectfully. Delwyn Holthusen III led all scorers with 31 points on the evening, Aaron Chaboyea netted 21 and...

 

Red Lake Warriors lose home opener to Nevis 71-52 - P18

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors opened their 2020-21 season on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, hosting state-ranked Nevis under strict COVID-19 rules issued by the State of Minnesota recently. These rules included masks were required during games, temperatures of all fans would be taken at the door, bleachers were marked for...

 

Looking Back to June 2011 - Red Lake Elementary School Academy - P34

Looking Back to June 2011 - Red Lake Elementary School Academy - P29...

 

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake 4th of July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon Parade - P24

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

 

Looking Back to July 2011 - Red Lake 4th of July Celebration - Saturday Afternoon Session - P25

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 - Monday Afternoon Session - P23

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

 

$1.6 Million Grant Will Support Digitization of Native American Oral Histories

The Covid-19 pandemic has taken a disproportionate toll on Native American communities and, in particular, the Indigenous elders who often act as keepers of historical knowledge. To help keep these stories alive, reports Susan Montoya Bryan for the Associated Press (AP), the New York–based Doris Duke Charitable Foundation is...

 

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