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Articles from the April 22, 2020 edition

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Looking Back - Remodeling at Seven Clans Casino-TRF Completed in May 2012

Looking Back - Remodeling at Seven Clans Casino-TRF Completed in May 2012...

 

Charles Gerald Martin, Sr.

Charles Gerald Martin, Sr. April 7, 1937 ~ April 17, 2020 (age 83) Charles Gerald Martin, Sr., age 83, of Red Lake, Minnesota entered the spirit world on Friday, April 17th, 2020 from the Sanford Hospital in Bemidji, MN surrounded by his family. He was born on April 7th, 1937 in Red Lake, MN, the son of Elizabeth Long and Sam...

 

Francis M. Simon

Francis M. Simon June 22, 1955 - April 19, 2020 Francis M. Simon age 64 of Moorhead, Minnesota passed away peacefully on Sunday, April 19, 2020 at the Sanford Hospital in Fargo, North Dakota. Francis was born on June 22, 1955 in Sisseton, South Dakota the son of Paul Abel and Amelia (Harris) Simon. He was raised by foster parents John & Sylvia Breen and Wilford & Arlene...

 
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Red Lake Boys & Girls Club - Virtual Dance Challenge

Calling all Youth Dancers in the the Red Lake Nation! Get in your regalia and show us your moves! The top 3 places will be picked by a panel of judges but every entry will receive a gift. Remember to use the Hashtag #RLBGC and tag our page to be entered into the challenge....

 

Carlos Luis Rivera Jr.

Carlos Luis Rivera Jr. October 23, 1985 - April 11, 2020 Carlos Luis Rivera Jr. was born to Pamela Sue Rivera and Carlos Luis Martinez Rivera in Minneapolis Minnesota on October 23 1985. He passed away peacefully at The Bethany Residence and Rehabilitation Center in North East Minneapolis. He was loved by many and is survived...

 

Minnesota weighs new strategies to slow COVID-19 in long-term care

State health officials are stepping up support to long-term care facilities, which have suffered 113 of Minnesota's 160 COVID-19 deaths, but urged people not to be complacent about the broader risks. The concentration of deaths in older and sicker long-term care residents reflects the lower circulation of the virus under the...

 

University of Minnesota to freeze tuition next academic year

University of Minnesota students won't have to budget for a tuition increase in the next academic year. For the first time in years, the university will freeze tuition for most students at its five campuses. The Board of Regents on Tuesday unanimously approved President Joan Gabel's tuition freeze proposal, which administrators...

 

As coronavirus spreads, Minnesota grapples with longtime racial inequality

When on his evening walk, Minneapolis City Council Member Jeremiah Ellison got the call confirming his beloved grandmother died from coronavirus, all he could do was sit on a park bench and weep. He had recently returned from attending his grandmother's funeral in Detroit. Knowing that "even at 82 " his "nana" - an independent,...

 

Trump bars new immigration green cards, not temporary visas

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump announced what he described as a "temporary suspension of immigration into the United States" on Tuesday. But the executive order would bar only those seeking permanent residency, not temporary workers. Trump said he would be placing a 60-day pause on the issuance of green cards in an effort...

 

Egg demand shifted, and 61,000 Minnesota chickens were euthanized

Kerry Mergen, a contract egg farmer near Albany, Minn., got word on a Wednesday the chickens in his barn would be euthanized. A crew showed up the next morning and started gassing the birds with carbon dioxide. The sudden drop in demand for food at restaurants, school cafeterias and caterers shut down by the pandemic has ripped...

 

Biker gang, underage parties are the latest busted for violating stay-at-home order

A Burnsville man who leased the house used for a biker gang party and the 22-year-old chaperone of a party for dozens of mostly underage attendees are among the Minnesotans newly charged with violating Gov. Tim Walz's COVID-19 stay-at-home order. Ten people were charged this past week with violating the order aimed at curbing...

 

As Earth Day turns 50, green movement faces fresh challenges

BOSTON — Gina McCarthy remembers the way things used to be: Tar balls clinging to her legs after swimming in Boston Harbor. The Merrimack River colored bright blue and green by textile mill chemicals. Black smoke everywhere. Kim Wasserman worries about what it's like today: Hundreds of diesel trucks rolling down residential streets in her mostly low-income, Hispanic...

 

Minnesota Republican Party moves to online convention in response to coronavirus

The Minnesota Republican Party is canceling plans to hold an in-person state convention next month, moving instead to an online gathering in light of the coronavirus pandemic. State Party Chairwoman Jennifer Carnahan said the "completely unprecedented" situation prevents Republicans from gathering as planned. The convention was...

 

TRAVEL ADVISORY; Highway 89 near Grygla closed due to culvert failure

BEMIDJI, Minn. – (5:00 p.m.) The Minnesota Department of Transportation has enacted a road closure on Highway 89 from Highway 1 to Marshall county road 54 near Grygla due to a culvert failure. The highway will remain closed until further notice and traffic should seek alternate routes. MnDOT crews continue to monitor water levels along with the remaining highway segments that...

 

Inmate of Beltrami County Jail tests positive for COVID-19

BEMIDJI, MN: Within the last week an inmate of the Beltrami County Jail tested positive for COVID-19. During the arrest of this individual a local law enforcement officer did receive what has been termed “A HIGH RISK EXPOSURE” and the law enforcement officer is being quarantined. Due to procedures put in place at the beginning of the pandemic, the arrested subject was...

 

Gallego, Mullin Introduce FTCA Bill to Reduce Burdens for Urban Indian Organizations

Washington, DC (April 21, 2020) – Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) and Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) introduced H.R. 6535 last week to expand Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) coverage to urban Indian organizations, giving them a desperately needed boost in resources as many suffer critical supply shortages, closures, and financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Urban...

 

Peterson Statement on Final Navigable Waters Protection Rule

WASHINGTON (April 21, 2020) – Representative Collin Peterson, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, issued the following statement today following the finalization of the Navigable Waters Protection Rule, a replacement for the former "Waters of the U.S." (WOTUS) rule from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “Since the first inception of this rule, I’ve worked...

 

Reminder to Farmers & Lenders: Mediation Has Been Extended to 150 Days

St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is reminding Minnesota farmers and ag lending institutions that the state legislature extended the length of mediation available for farmers in the Farmer-Lender Mediation Program from 90 to 150 days. Minnesota farmers that are in debt can renegotiate, restructure, or resolve farm debt through mandatory Farmer-Lender...

 

Second coronavirus wave could be deadlier, CDC chief warns

The head of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Tuesday that a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic expected this winter could be deadlier than the current pandemic. “There’s a possibility that the assault of the virus on our nation next winter will actually be even more difficult than the one we just went through,” CDC Director Robert Redfield...

 

State awards first emergency child care grants

More than 1,200 Minnesota child care providers will receive about $9.8 million to continue serving children of essential workers through the first round of emergency state funding announced Monday by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. The grants, proposed by Gov. Tim Walz and authorized by the Minnesota Legislature last month, will help family child care providers and...

 

The Evolution of Graduation – Schools Using Mobile Drive-In To Celebrate Success

AUSTIN, Texas, April 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Ultimate Outdoor Entertainment® — Graduating students throughout the country, at both high school and university levels, will not cross a stage to accept their diploma this school year. "Our Mobile Drive-In Theater package gives graduates the opportunity to receive that recognition and share that special moment, not only with...

 

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Boys Baseball vs. Bagley - P6

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 - P6

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

 

Lady Warriors season ends with loss to Minneota 57-37 in first round of State Tournament - P28

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 - P31

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...

 

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