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Articles from the April 21, 2020 edition

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Marilyn Anne Martin

Marilyn Anne Martin February 22, 1945 ~ April 17, 2020 (age 75) Marilyn Anne Martin, Ojibwe Name, "Wanabiikwe" of Bemidji MN, began her journey to the land across the sky on Friday April 17, 2020. Marilyn, a devoted mother, grandmother and friend was born in White Earth, Minnesota. Marilyn moved to Minneapolis during her young...

 

Amid mounting death toll, Minnesota officials scramble to find safe places for seniors

As the deadly coronavirus continues its rampage through Minnesota nursing homes, public health officials are facing a fresh dilemma: Where to care for surging numbers of sickened patients without spreading the virus. Over the past 10 days, authorities have scrambled to evacuate dozens of residents from three long-term care...

 

Oil price goes negative as demand collapses; stocks dip

BANGKOK - Asian shares skidded on Tuesday after U.S. oil futures plunged below zero as storage for crude runs close to full amid a worldwide glut as demand collapses due to the pandemic. Shares fell in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai but New York stock futures edged higher after the S&P 500 sank 1.8% overnight, giving up some big...

 

Gov. Tim Walz: Business disruptions could last 18 months

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz warned Monday that social distancing practices brought on by the growing COVID-19 epidemic are likely to disrupt business in the state for a year or more no matter when his administration lifts its contested stay-at-home orders. Speaking after meetings with state business leaders - as well as a...

 

In Minnesota and across the U.S., virus death toll keeps climbing

As of Monday morning, 143 Minnesotans had died from COVID-19, with more than half of those fatalities occurring since April 14. The virus has now claimed more lives in the U.S. than anywhere in the world, including an estimated 15,000 in the last week alone. Some public health experts believe the limited availability of testing and challenges in identifying a cause of death...

 

Donor delays affect plasma, COVID-19 research in Minnesota

News of a promising plasma therapy for COVID-19 brought hope to Kimberly Oleson, so she enrolled her parents. They both have COVID-19, and her father was near death on a ventilator. Then came the wait. Days passed, and no plasma. Oleson's father lingered in intensive care at North Memorial Health Hospital. Her mother's health...

 

In Minnesota, Joe Biden faces test with young Bernie Sanders supporters

Kayla Shelley entered 2020 fired up and ready to fight. The 22-year-old progressive spent weekends knocking on doors for Sen. Bernie Sanders, a candidate the St. Cloud resident believed could deliver on a vision of economic and social justice - and beat President Donald Trump. But just two months after Sanders dominated the...

 

As dining rooms remain shuttered amid coronavirus, Minnesotans flock to drive-ins

Thousands of Minnesotans are flocking to drive-ins to be served a rare sit-down meal in the midst of a state order shuttering restaurant dining rooms to slow the coronavirus outbreak. Minnetonka Drive In, a restaurant bathed in nostalgia complete with energetic carhops who bring food and beverage to driver's-side windows, has...

 

COVID-19's next course: Our food system?

There is another health disaster on the horizon. Just as with the current pandemic, there's plenty of evidence that a new wave is headed our way. What is it, and most important, will we be better prepared for it than we were for COVID-19? Our food supply is now at risk. That's the fallout from the pandemic. Divide our food...

 

Massachusetts becomes coronavirus hot spot as cases surge

Massachusetts has become a hot spot of coronavirus infections, drawing the concern of federal officials and promises of aid from hard-hit New York as the state's death toll prepares to double in less than a week. Deaths from COVID-19 are expected to surpass 2,000 this week in Massachusetts, where officials are scrambling to...

 

Groups plead for Walz to take action to prevent prison COVID-19 outbreak

ST. PAUL - In a letter signed by the Minnesota Board of Public Defense, Justice Action Network, Minnesota Asset Building Coalition and more, state organizations are asking Gov. Tim Walz to protect "some of the most vulnerable among us" from the COVID-19 pandemic: incarcerated Minnesotans. According to the Monday, April 20,...

 

Gov. Walz: Spring sports season 'unlikely' to happen

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz is not optimistic about the prospect of spring sports returning this high school season amid the coronavirus pandemic. Walz said, "I think it's unlikely" when asked about the possibility of schools reopening and high school activities resuming this spring during his daily news conference Monday, April...

 

State issues COVID-19 safety and health guidance for meatpacking industry

The state of Minnesota has issued new guidance for the meatpacking industry while the state deals with the COVID-19 pandemic. The new guidance, issued by the departments of Labor and Industry, Health, and Agriculture, will help protect worker safety and keep meatpacking plants and processing facilities open. "The meatpacking sector is an important part of Minnesota's economy...

 

With Senior Year In Disarray, Teens And Young Adults Feel Lost. Here's How To Help

For many young people, sheltering at home means missing milestones and public recognition of their achievements. This is especially true for seniors graduating from high school and college. Kendall Smith, a high school senior who lives in Tallahassee, Fla., says her school has many traditions leading up to graduation. But this year things are very different....

 

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Boys Baseball vs. Bagley - P5

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Boys Baseball vs. Bagley...

 

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Girls Softball vs. Cass Lake - P5

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Girls Softball vs. Cass Lake...

 

Easter Activities on the Red Lake Indian Reservation 2020 - P7

Easter Activities on the Red Lake Indian Reservation 2020 Photographs by members of the communities....

 

Lady Warriors season ends with loss to Minneota 57-37 in first round of State Tournament - P27

As reported by KKCQ Sports Radio, top seed and defending state champion Minneota (31-1) scored the first seven points of the game and didn't look back, securing a 57-37 win over Red Lake (21-10) on Thursday in the 2020 MSHSL Class A Girls Basketball Tournament quarterfinals played at Maturi Pavilion on the campus of the...

 

Red Lake Lady Warriors win Section 8A Tournament with 64-54 win over Badger-Greenbush-Middle River - P30

FROM KKCQ SPORTS The Red Lake Warriors overcame foul trouble and a halftime deficit to win their third Section 8A championship in the last four years. With the Warriors trailing 21-20 at halftime, they scored the first six points of the second half to take a 26-21 lead, a lead they would not give up. Junior Kelanna McClain...

 

Warriors season ends with upset overtime loss to Blackduck 81-79 - P30

FROM KKCQ SPORTS Despite having two of their top players foul out during regulation, the Blackduck Drakes were able to advance in the East Sub-Section 8A Tournament with a thrilling overtime win over the Red Lake Warriors. Dylan Moen scored 20 points and Ethan Merrill added 19 for Blackduck as the Drakes improve to 19-8. Delwyn...

 

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Prom - P7

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Prom...

 

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Prom - P8

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Prom...

 

CCHF Establishes Model State Legislation Library to Protect Patient Rights

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) announces the creation of a patient-centered Model State Legislation Library, starting with model legislation that protects patient rights during a declared emergency. State legislators can use the library to adopt legislative proposals in whole, or adapt the published proposals as necessary to implement...

 

Chickasaw Nation Secretary of Health says coronavirus testing open to public

Dr. Charles Grim, Chickasaw Nation Secretary of Health, says coronavirus testing is available to the general public at the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center in Ada and the Nation’s Ardmore and Purcell medical clinics. “Early on, Governor Anoatubby declared a state of public health emergency within the Chickasaw Nation,” Dr. Grim said. “Among other things, that allowed us...

 

Elderly, chronic disease patients of most concern for getting COVID-19

Dr. John Krueger, Chickasaw Nation Department of Health Under Secretary, says his first advice for most people who test positive for coronavirus is to remain calm. “Don’t panic,” Dr. Krueger said. “The vast majority of patients are going to recover just fine. Most patients are okay to go home if they test positive, to shelter in place and isolate. Just stay in touch wit...

 

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