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Laurentia Niishigwane Colhoff

Laurentia Niishigwane Colhoff June 8, 1936 - April 23, 2020 Laurentia Niishigwane Colhoff, 83, of Red Lake, MN died Thursday, April 23, 2020 at the Red Lake Hospital. Services will be held at a later date....

 

Sage Minochige Wagner

Sage Minochige Wagner December 5, 2001 - April 21, 2020 Sage Minochige Wagner, 18, of Northome, Minnesota, died Tuesday, April 21, 2020 in Blackduck, MN. Private family services will be held. Burial will be held at Forest Hill Cemetery in Northome, MN. Sage was born on December 5, 2001 at Bemidji, MN, the son of Jody and Kathy...

 

Robert L. Brown Jr.

Robert L. Brown Jr. February 19, 1977 - April 21, 2020 Robert L. Brown Jr., 43 of St. Michael, ND passed away early Tuesday morning, April 21, 2020 at Sanford on Broadway Medical Center in Fargo, ND. Limited visitation and viewing with social distancing restrictions will be held on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at the Gilbertson Funer...

 

'This won't be the last hard day,' Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz says as daily COVID deaths hit 28

Minnesota recorded its highest daily death toll from COVID-19 on Sunday just as the state is preparing to loosen some workplace restrictions to allow tens of thousands of residents to return to work. The state recorded 28 new deaths from COVID-19 on Sunday, marking the first time that the state has averaged more than one...

 

Social distancing could last months, White House coronavirus coordinator says

WASHINGTON – Some form of social distancing will probably remain in place through the summer, Deborah Birx, the White House's coronavirus task force coordinator, said Sunday - the same day several governors expressed optimism about the course of the virus and outlined their plans for a piecemeal reopening of their economies....

 

As many as 20,000 Minnesota businesses could reopen Monday, but will they?

If you're looking to enjoy the spring weather with a newly assembled pair of Minnesota-made Riedell roller skates, you'll need to wait a touch longer. Afforded an early-bird chance along with other select businesses to reopen Monday amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Riedell opted to continue to retrofit social-distancing strategies...

 

Less driving means fewer funds to fix Minnesota's roads

The tax and fee dollars that pay for state road repairs are expected to plummet as Minnesotans dramatically cut their driving time and buy fewer cars amid the COVID-19 crisis. The Minnesota Department of Transportation estimates it will take in $440 million less than anticipated over this year and next. Despite the losses,...

 

Nervous Republicans see Trump sinking and taking Senate with him

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump's erratic handling of the coronavirus outbreak, the worsening economy and a cascade of ominous public and private polling have Republicans increasingly nervous that they are at risk of losing the presidency and the Senate if Trump does not put the nation on a radically improved course. The...

 

Charges: 2 caught on I-35 with $1M in meth from Arizona, $17K

A man and a woman are due in court this week in southern Minnesota on charges of hauling nearly $1 million worth of methamphetamine from Arizona, according to authorities. Lucas J. Madison, 39, of South St. Paul, and Katherine B. Campbell, 32, of Rochester, have Tuesday court appearances scheduled in Rice County in connection...

 

Cuomo: Virus deaths drop below 400 for 1st time this month

NEW YORK - New York's daily coronavirus death toll dropped to below 400, less than half of the deaths recorded at the height of the coronavirus crisis in the state's hospitals. Details on developments in the coronavirus outbreak in New York: https://www.startribune.com/nyc-mayor-says-he-wants-roadmap-by-june-...

 

With honks, signs and flags, about 250 protest Walz's antivirus measures

It might have resembled a July 4th gathering - people wearing red, white and blue and waving American flags and signs quoting the Constitution as speakers blasted songs by Lee Greenwood and Bruce Springsteen with "U.S.A." in the titles. But the crowd clustered Saturday outside Minnesota's governor's residence in St. Paul was...

 

COVID-19 claims the lives of another 28 Minnesotans

ROCHESTER, Minn. - COVID-19 claimed the lives of another 28 Minnesotans, health officials reported Sunday, April 26 - the most deaths reported in a day since the outbreak began. It was the sixth consecutive day that the statewide death toll from COVID-19 either set or tied the mark for most deaths in a day. h...

 

Food plant closures from COVID-19 could empty some grocery shelves

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Farmers have plenty of produce and animals to sell. People still need to eat. But coronavirus outbreaks are shutting down processing plants across the region that sit squarely between the two groups, squeezing tight a bottleneck that could put parts of the nation's food supply at risk. The coronavirus has...

 

Attorney General Ellison defends Minnesotans from video harassment

April 24, 2020 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison has filed a memorandum in federal court to defend the constitutionality of a Minnesota state law that bans harassment by videotaping and other means. Attorney General Ellison intervened in a lawsuit that challenges the law filed by plaintiff Sally Ness, who has videotaped congregants at Dar al-Farooq...

 

Attorney General Ellison wins settlement with landlord who disconnected water during pandemic

AG’s office has received 300 complaints from tenants illegally threatened with removal during emergency April 24, 2020 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today announced that his office has obtained a settlement with a Meeker County landlord who repeatedly disconnected a tenant’s water service in violation of Governor Tim Walz’s Executive Order...

 

DEED begins making Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) payments

St. Paul, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) announced today that the agency has begun making Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) payments to people who are self-employed, independent contractors, and other eligible recipients who are not eligible for regular unemployment benefits. PUA is a new program that was authorized by...

 

Eleven Companies Receive Launch Minnesota Innovation Grants

St. Paul –The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) today announced $247,000 in Launch Minnesota Innovation Grants to 11 of the state’s most promising, innovative and scalable technology startups. In this third round of Launch Minnesota Innovation Grants, 12 grants were awarded to 11 different companies: eight grants for business operations and...

 

Full-summer overweight permits start in the southeast, metro frost zones

ST. PAUL, Minn. – MnDOT will start issuing full-summer overweight permits in the southeast and metro frost zones on Monday, April 27, 2020. The frost zones and restricted routes can be found on the MnDOT load limits map. Middle-range overweight permits become available within each frost zone when spring load restrictions are lifted. Full-summer overweight permits become...

 

Minnesota prioritizes child care during COVID-19

Minnesotans who provide child care and families who rely on child care should know that the state is working to prioritize and support their operations and availability during the COVID-19 pandemic. Under emergency authority granted by Governor Tim Walz, Human Services Commissioner Jodi Harpstead has approved temporary modifications to child care regulations and procedures....

 

National Park Service Awards $7.7 million in Grants to Historically Black Colleges and Universities

WASHINGTON - The National Park Service (NPS) today announced $7.7 million in grants to 18 projects in 12 states for the preservation of historic structures on campuses of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Since the 1990s, the National Park Service has awarded more than $60 million in grants to over 80 of the remaining active HBCUs. “These grants help us...

 

Road construction on Highway 72 north of Waskish starts May 4

Bemidji, Minn. – Motorists on Highway 72 north of Waskish can expect short term delays and lane closures as construction begins on May 4. The project will resurface 14 miles of rural Hwy 72 between Lake of the Woods County Road 1 and south of the Beltrami County line. Following guidance from state health officials and to prevent further spread of COVID-19, MnDOT crews will...

 

StrongHearts Native Helpline Partners with The Marigold Project

(EAGAN, Minn., April 24, 2020) — The Marigold Project has selected StrongHearts Native Helpline as a recipient of net proceeds from the sale of a special 7” vinyl album and downloads of Nathaniel Rateliff’s song “Willie’s Birthday Song,” a tribute to Willie Nelson. The album will be available this summer exclusively at shop.nathanielrateliff.com/. The forthcoming...

 

Tribal Leaders Demand Statewide COVID-19 Protections

As numbers continue to climb after the COVID-19 pandemic hit South Dakota hard last week, the state’s governor, Kristi Noem, has not yet instituted a stay-at-home order, banned evictions and power shut-offs or closed nonessential businesses. Now, as they see a growing threat to their reservations, Native American leaders from around her state are speaking out. At Tuesday’s...

 

Looking Back to 2012 - Red Lake High School Boys Baseball vs. Bagley - P9

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 - P9

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

 

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