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Articles from the April 16, 2021 edition

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Olivia Marcia Eastman

Olivia Marcia Eastman April 5, 1945 - April 15, 2021 Olivia Marcia Johnson-Eastman, age 76, of Red Iron Lake, SD journeyed to the Spirit World on April 15, 2021 in Fargo, ND. She was born on April 5, 1945 in Sisseton, SD the daughter of Elvin Stavick and Rose Blossom Johnson. Olivia married Wayne Eastman on July 20, 2005....

 

Doris Marie Otis

Doris Marie Otis April 27, 1933 - April 11, 2021 Doris M. Otis, age 87, just 16 days short of her 88th birthday, passed away Sunday, April 11, 2021 at Sunnyside Heath Care, surrounded by her beloved family members. She was born April 27, 1933, the daughter of Charlotte (Blair) Beargrease and Michael Beargrease on the Fond du...

 

10 p.m. curfew declared as protesters gather in Brooklyn Center for a fifth night

The overpowering scent of vehicle air fresheners and the occasional sound of fence-rattling and fireworks filled the air Thursday as about 1,000 people protested outside the Brooklyn Center police headquarters for a fifth night. Early on, the demonstration was noisy but peaceful, but tensions grew some after about 8:15 p.m.,...

 

Twins blow three-run lead, but still end five-game losing streak

An emergency siren interrupted Michael Pineda's start on Thursday, and as if summoned by the blare, trouble soon struck the Twins. But perhaps the loud warning paid off, because the Twins managed to avert disaster in the end. Max Kepler looped a single into shallow center field and Luis Arraez, on base with his fourth hit of...

 

Minnesota vaccine supply shifting as some providers run out of demand

Nearly 50% of eligible Minnesotans 16 and older have received COVID-19 vaccine, but state leaders said it will take new, targeted strategies to avoid a vaccination wall and get the state to its 80% goal. Gov. Tim Walz toured Workabilities Inc. in Golden Valley on Thursday as 300 workers and clients with developmental...

 

CWD reaches a new northern limit with discovery of deer disease in Beltrami County

The latest confirmed spread of chronic wasting disease has taken the dreaded deer threat as far north as it's ever been found in Minnesota, to an area northeast of Bemidji where tribal hunting is now at increased risk for CWD. State officials earlier this month confirmed that the contagious and always fatal neurological disease...

 

Equal pay bill passed by House but faces long odds in Senate

WASHINGTON — House Democrats approved legislation Thursday that they say would help close the gap between what men and women are paid in the workplace, though the measure faces little chance of overcoming Republican opposition in the Senate. The bill, which is supported by President Joe Biden's administration, passed 217-210 on a mostly party-line vote. It is the latest...

 

US expels Russian diplomats, imposes sanctions for hacking

WASHINGTON - The Biden administration announced Thursday the U.S. is expelling 10 Russian diplomats and imposing sanctions against dozens of companies and other people, holding the Kremlin accountable for interference in last year's presidential election and the hacking of federal agencies. The sweeping measures are meant to...

 

Gov. Walz isn't making the grade for climate, communities

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- One week before Earth Day, a coalition of Minnesota environmental, worker, Indigenous and progressive groups today released a midterm climate report card grading Gov. Tim Walz on his actions to ensure a sustainable and equitable future for Minnesota. Unfortunately, the report card found that Gov. Walz’s actions fall short of the bold and decisive measures...

 

Grants promote employment, housing, direct support choices for people with disabilities

Innovations that help serve people with disabilities in Minnesota have received nearly $1 million in state grant funding. The Minnesota Department of Human Services recently awarded $991,171 to 10 service providers, supporting people with disabilities to live and engage with others in their communities and access improved employment opportunities. “Providers that received...

 

Minnesota's Unemployment Rate Ticks Down to 4.2% in March

St. Paul – Minnesota’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 4.2% in March, down from a revised 4.4% in February, according to numbers released today by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). The unemployment rate decline was due to people leaving the labor force primarily from unemployment, but also from employment....

 

Preventable deaths from alcohol use increased in 2020

New preliminary data show that nearly a thousand Minnesotans died from alcohol use last year. The preliminary data suggest that factors related to the pandemic may have boosted a decades-long trend of increasing numbers of alcohol-attributable deaths in Minnesota. The number of fully alcohol-attributable deaths increased by...

 

Today the three-star warrior society presented jackets and hats to veterans

Today the three-star warrior society presented jackets and hats to our veterans. We would like to say thank you to our warriors!...

 

6 Common Tactics of Sexual Coercion

What is sexual coercion? Sexual coercion is the practice of persuading someone to engage in unwanted sexual activity by using force, intimidation or threats. Anyone can use sexual coercion; however it is likely that it will happen with someone you already have some type of relationship with like a partner, friend or date....

 

Buy-Back Program Sends Offers to Landowners with Fractional Interests at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation

WASHINGTON – The Department of the Interior announced today that the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations mailed approximately $30 million in purchase offers to more than 2,000 landowners with fractional interests at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North and South Dakota. Landowners who received offers have until May 17, 2021 to consider and return accepted...

 

Is your smartphone spying on you? Take the test

Your phone is listening and helping marketers to target you. What can you do about it? Last year, there was a 5% increase in the installation of monitoring apps, a study by NordVPN shows. Yet some users suspect that their smartphones are spying on them even if they have no monitoring apps installed. This is actually true....

 

Our Stories. Our Health. Calls On Gov. Walz To Ban Law Enforcement Use Of Chemical Weapons And "Less Lethal" Projectiles

SAINT PAUL, MN – Today, progressive health advocacy organization Our Stories. Our Health. released the following statement: "Our Stories. Our Health. calls on Governor Walz to ban the use of chemical weapons and so-called “less lethal” projectiles by law enforcement against the civilian population in Minnesota. "As noted in a recent New England Journal of Medicine article...

 

Minnesota Valley and Sherburne National Wildlife Refuges propose changes to hunting programs

Hunting and fishing on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service lands is a tradition that dates back to the early 1900s. Here in the midwest, national wildlife refuges, waterfowl production areas and fish hatcheries are a huge part of this tradition. Today, more than 370 refuges are open to the public for hunting. We welcome sportswomen and men of all backgrounds and abilities...

 

Warrior Basketball April - May 2021

Warrior Basketball April - May 2021...

 

Illinois House passes bill mandating Asian-American history in schools

The Illinois lower house passed a bill on Wednesday requiring public schools to teach Asian-American history, setting the stage for possible adoption of milestone legislation amid rising incidents of violence against people of Asian descent. The bill, which would mandate the teaching of a unit of Asian-American history in...

 

Some old photographs found in the United States Archives - P3

Some old photographs found in the United States Archives Lift_hoisting_ice_into_the_ice_house_-_NARA_-_285735 Logging_activities_-_NARA_-_285749 Logging_crew_at_mail_call_at_the_^3_camp_-_NARA_-_285710 Lool-out_tower_and_car_-_NARA_-_285707 Man_on_snowshoes,_with_his_rifle._ready_for_the_hunt_-_NARA_-_285719...

 

Red Lake Lady Warriors advance in Section 8A with 91-67 win over Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears - P20

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted Clearbrook Gonvick on Friday, March 19, 2021, and although the Bears had some scoring runs, once the Lady Warriors got going, it was hard for them to gain any ground. Red Lake led at the half 37-23 and didn't let up, as they racked up 54-44 in the second, to take the win 01-67...

 

Warriors advance in first round of Section 8A Tournament with 60-45 win over Fosston - P21

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors hosted E#6 Fosston Greyhounds on Thursday, March 18, 2021, drew first blood, and hung on to their lead right up to the end. Red Lake led 28-22 at the half and went on to win 60-45, although at one point in the second half Fosston came to within 5-points. Aaron Chaboyea and Gerald Kingbird...

 

Nevis Lady Tigers upset Lady Warriors 71-64 in Red Lake as regular season ends - P25

RED LAKE, MN - The Lady Warriors, coming off their loss to Badger-Greenbush-Middle River, 66-61, on Friday night, hosted Nevis on Saturday night and played solid until the last five minutes of the game. Playing pretty much even throughout the match with with several lead changes by both teams, Nevis took a 10-point lead with a...

 

Delwyn Holthusen Jr. hits 2000th career point in Warriors 103-64 win over WHA - P25

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors, coming off their overtime loss to Cass Lake on Thursday, 68-65, had no trouble taking care of business on Saturday, March 13, 2021, as they took a 58-24 halftime lead and cruised to the 103-64 win. Delwyn Holthusen led Red Lake with 24 points and also scored his 2000th career point, Aaron...

 

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