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Articles from the June 11, 2024 edition


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  • Mary J. Diver

    Jun 11, 2024

    Mary J. Diver June 5, 1950 - June 6, 2024 Please note the time change: A traditional funeral service will be held on Tuesday, June 11, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. at the Fond du Lac Head Start Gymnasium. Interment will be at New Holy Family Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to Nelson Funeral Care. Mary Jane Diver, age 73 of Cloquet, Minnesota passed away on Thursday, June 6, 2024, at Essentia Health – St. Mary's Campus in Duluth. She was born on July 5, 1950, to George and Emma (Reed) Diver. M...

  • Lloyd Benedict Keoke

    Jun 11, 2024

    Lloyd Benedict Keoke March 7, 1953 - June 7, 2024 Lloyd Benedict Keoke, Hau Mahpiya Yuhomni Au "He who brings the Turning Cloud" age 71 of Onamia, Minnesota, Journeyed to the Spirit World on Friday, June 7, 2024 in Saint Cloud, Minnesota. He was born on March 7, 1953 in Sisseton, South Dakota the son of Levi Keoke Sr. and Doris Barse – Keoke Lloyd loved his traditional ways from dancing, singing, and teaching. He gave in many ways, because he lived life returning to others, what he learned throu...

  • John Charles Kitto Donahue

    Jun 11, 2024

    John Charles Kitto Donahue May 8, 1970 - June 8, 2024 A full obituary will be published soon. All-Night Visitations: Wednesday, June 12, 2024 and Thursday, June 13, 2024 7:00 P.M. Buffalo Lake District Center Eden, South Dakota Funeral Service: Friday, June 14, 2024 1:00 P.M. Buffalo Lake District Center Eden, South Dakota Interment: Buffalo Lake Cemetery Eden, South Dakota...

  • Death toll from Israeli hostage rescue adds to legal scrutiny of Gaza war

    Jun 11, 2024

    JERUSALEM - The human toll from Israel's hostage rescue on Saturday has renewed questions about whether the country is doing enough to protect civilians in its war against Hamas in Gaza. The daytime raid in the Nuseirat refugee camp freed four Israeli hostages and killed at least 274 Palestinians, according to the Gaza Health Ministry, and injured hundreds more. It was not clear how many of the dead were combatants, or how many were killed by Israeli fire, but they included "many" women and...

  • Trump meets with N.Y. probation officer over video

    Jun 11, 2024

    Former president Donald Trump met with his probation officer via a video conference call Monday, a routine step following a verdict in the Manhattan hush money trial that found him guilty on 34 counts. The interview with the New York City Department of Probation was “uneventful and lasted less than thirty minutes,” according to a person familiar with the proceedings who spoke on the condition anonymity to freely discuss the private meeting. Trump received special dispensation to hold the meeting virtually and was in Palm Beach, Fla. He was als...

  • Alzheimer's drug from Eli Lilly wins backing of FDA committee

    Jun 11, 2024

    An advisory committee to the Food and Drug Administration on Monday endorsed an Alzheimer's drug made by Eli Lilly, setting the stage for the agency to approve another medication that has shown it can slow the progression of the disease. The medication doesn't cure or halt Alzheimer's disease, but it was shown in a clinical trial to slow the cognitive and functional decline in people in early stages of the disease by 35 percent over 18 months. Much of the committee's discussion focused on the...

  • Apple jumps into the AI arms race with OpenAI deal

    Jun 11, 2024

    SAN FRANCISCO - Apple officially launched itself into the artificial intelligence arms race, announcing a deal with ChatGPT maker OpenAI to use the company's technology in its products and showing off a slew of its own new AI features. The announcements, made at the tech giant's annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday in Cupertino, Calif., are aimed at helping the tech giant keep up with competitors such as Google and Microsoft, which have boasted in recent months that AI makes their...

  • Is Donald Trump okay?

    Jun 11, 2024

    It is irresponsible to obsess over President Biden's tendency to mangle a couple of words in a speech while Donald Trump is out there sounding detached from reality. Biden, who is old, at least makes sense. Trump, who also is old, rants like someone you'd cross the street to avoid. We in the media have failed by becoming inured to Trump's verbal incontinence - not just the rapid-fire lies and revenge-seeking threats, but also the frightening glimpses into a mind that is, evidently, unwell. In...

  • Jury in Hunter Biden gun trial begins deliberations, will return Tuesday

    Jun 11, 2024

    WILMINGTON, Del. - A jury will return to court Tuesday morning to consider whether to convict President Biden's son Hunter of federal gun charges in a closely watched case whose outcome could affect his father's reelection chances. The 12 jurors began deliberating Monday afternoon following closing arguments by prosecutors and defense lawyers at a trial that focused in searing detail on Hunter Biden's years-long struggle with drug addiction. "The evidence was personal. It was ugly, and it was...

  • The plastics we breathe

    Jun 11, 2024

    For years, scientists on the hunt for microplastics have found them almost everywhere. First, they spotted tiny pieces of plastic in the ocean, in the bodies of fish and mussels. Then they found them in soft drinks, in tap water, in vegetables and fruits, in burgers. Now researchers are discovering that microplastics are floating around us. They are suspended in the air on city streets and inside homes. One study found that people inhale or ingest on average 74,000 to 121,000 microplastic...

  • Body of missing 4-year-old Hopkins boy found in Minnehaha Creek, police say

    Jun 11, 2024

    The body of a missing 4-year-old boy was found Monday morning in Minnehaha Creek after an intensive search, Hopkins police said. Law enforcement confirmed the body to be that of Waeys Ali Mohamed, who was last seen Sunday morning, Hopkins police Capt. Craig Kreiling said Monday at a news conference. The boy's body was found in the creek around 10:40 a.m. about 500 yards downstream from his family's apartment building by a volunteer assisting with the search effort, Kreiling said. Kreiling...

  • Both gunmen now have long prison terms for fatal Mall of America shooting days before Christmas 2022

    Jun 11, 2024

    Both gunmen who carried out a fatal shooting inside the Mall of America the day before Christmas Eve in 2022 have now been sentenced to long prison terms. Lavon Longstreet, 19, received a term of more than 30½ years Monday in Hennepin County District Court after pleading guilty for his role in the killing of 19-year-old Johntae Hudson inside the mall's Nordstrom department store. With credit for time in jail since his arrest, Longstreet is expected to serve roughly 19½ years in...

  • Unlicensed driver sentenced to nearly 4 years for fatally hitting bicyclist on Minneapolis sidewalk

    Jun 11, 2024

    A 32-year-old man received a nearly four-year term Monday for hitting and killing a bicyclist riding on a Minneapolis sidewalk. Aspen Burns, of Minneapolis, was sentenced in Hennepin County District Court after pleading guilty to criminal vehicular homicide in connection with the late-night crash on Sept. 12, 2020, on Cedar Avenue near Franklin Avenue that injured Dennis K. Thompson, 38, of New Hope. Thompson died in March 2022 at North Memorial Health Hospital. At the time of the crash, Burns was driving despite his license having been...

  • Charges pending after driver from Minnesota with right of way killed in crash north of Sioux Falls

    Jun 11, 2024

    Officials said they are looking at drug or alcohol impairment as possible factors in a two-vehicle crash that killed a Minnesota woman north of Sioux Falls. The crash occurred at a rural intersection in Maywood Township, about 8 miles west of the Minnesota-South Dakota border, the South Dakota Highway Patrol said. Killed in the collision around 8:40 a.m. Thursday was Jamie Rose Monroe, 35, of Jasper, which is in the southwest corner of Minnesota, the patrol said. The other motorist, Aidan James Heitkamp, 19, of Baltic, S.D., was seriously...

  • Who's running for office in Minnesota in 2024

    Jun 11, 2024

    It's an election year in Minnesota. Besides the top-of-the-ticket rematch between President Joe Biden and Donald Trump, Minnesotans will be electing a U.S. senator, representatives to Congress, members of the state House of Representatives, judges and numerous local offices, from county commissions to city councils to school boards. If there is more than one candidate for an office from the same party, or more than twice the number of candidates as open seats for a nonpartisan election, the...

  • Attorney General Ellison leads effort asking Supreme Court to rule on states' authority to regulate pharmacy benefit managers

    Jun 11, 2024

    June 10, 2024 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today led a bipartisan coalition of 32 attorneys general from across the country asking the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on states’ authority to regulate pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). In an amicus brief to the Court, Attorney General Ellison and the coalition ask the Court to grant Oklahoma’s request that the Court review a decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, which held that federal laws preempt Oklahoma laws that regulate pharmacy benefit manag...

  • New Round of Funding Available for Continuous Living Cover Grants

    Jun 11, 2024

    St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is now accepting applications for a grant to develop enterprises, supply chains, and markets for continuous living cover crops and cropping systems in the early stage of commercial development. Continuous living cover (CLC) refers to agricultural systems in which there are living plants and roots in the ground throughout the entire year. This can take many forms, from winter cover crops sown between summer annuals to agroforestry practices, perennial forage crops, perennial biomass cro...

  • Second person shot in Minneapolis apartment incident dies

    Jun 11, 2024

    ST. PAUL — The Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office has confirmed the identity of the second person shot during an incident May 30 in Minneapolis. According to the medical examiner, Mohamed Aden, 36 of Columbia Heights died on Friday, June 7 of complications from multiple gunshot wounds. Aden was shot inside the apartment on Blaisdell Ave in the same incident that killed Osman Said Jimale. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) continues to actively investigate this incident. The BCA is inv...

  • Regular Minnesota Chippewa Tribal Election of the White Earth Business Committee - June 11, 2024

    Jun 11, 2024

    Regular Minnesota Chippewa Tribal Election of the White Earth Business Committee - June 11, 2024 Chairperson and District III Committee-Person https://whiteearth.com/assets/files/home/news/GE%20notice%20WE%202024.pdf...

  • Teen graduates high school with perfect attendance from kindergarten through 12th grade

    Jun 11, 2024

    Orange Park, Fla. (Gray News) - A high school grad in Florida is being recognized for more than just getting her high school diploma. According to Clay County District Schools, Rikki Blaylock recently graduated from Ridgeview High School, and she did so while never missing a day of school in 13 years. School officials said the teenager never missed a class from kindergarten through her senior year of high school. Blaylock was recognized Thursday night at the Clay County School Board meeting...

  • Ponemah School Attendance Awards Trip

    Jun 11, 2024

    Ponemah School: · Early last week we recognized and celebrated those students who achieved an attendance rate of 95% or higher for the entire school year by spending the afternoon in Bemidji. Our first stop was to the Boardwalk- Mini-golf and Snack Shack- Lake Bemidji, followed with a pool party at the Hampton Inn & Suites, before catching the Pizza Ranch (and the arcade) to close out our trip. Congratulations to all 14 students who qualified for this year's trip! A great time was had by all....

  • Middle School summer school students visit Brainerd Zoo and Nisswa Family Fun Water Park - P3

    Jun 11, 2024

    Red Lake Secondary Complex: Yesterday,Thursday, June 6, 2024, Red Lake Middle School summer school students went on a field trip to the Brainerd Zoo & Nisswa family fun water park! Here are some photos from their day...

  • Red Lake High School Graduation 2024 held on Thursday - P23

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jun 11, 2024

    Red Lake High School Graduation 2024 was held on Thursday, May 23, 2024 at 4 PM. RLHS Graduating Class of 2024 Quentin J. Birr Estrella Bravo Wakato L. Charette Amyah D. Cloud Timothy Cloud Tracen Defoe David L. Dudley Jr. (Salutatorian) Bria R. Fontenelle Amad Rashad Guise Jr. Anthony William Joseph Howard Jaysen Johnson Gerald Alan Kingbird Jr. Nicole Ann Kingbird William Kingbird Jr. Diane F. McNeal Sade Melina Vincent Ralph Melina CeAngela DaNae Pemberton (Valedictorian Lilia Pearl...

  • Red Lake High School Graduation 2024 held on Thursday - P24

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jun 11, 2024

    Red Lake High School Graduation 2024 was held on Thursday, May 23, 2024 at 4 PM. RLHS Graduating Class of 2024 Quentin J. Birr Estrella Bravo Wakato L. Charette Amyah D. Cloud Timothy Cloud Tracen Defoe David L. Dudley Jr. (Salutatorian) Bria R. Fontenelle Amad Rashad Guise Jr. Anthony William Joseph Howard Jaysen Johnson Gerald Alan Kingbird Jr. Nicole Ann Kingbird William Kingbird Jr. Diane F. McNeal Sade Melina Vincent Ralph Melina CeAngela DaNae Pemberton (Valedictorian Lilia Pearl...

  • Red Lake Nation College Honors Thirty-Five Graduates on Friday, May 18, 2024 - P21

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jun 11, 2024

    Red Lake Nation College: We held one of our most inspiring RLNC Graduation Ceremonies yesterday! The Creator provided us with beautiful weather and location in front of our powerful RLNC Campus in Red Lake, and great student speakers with our top students - Sonny Johnson, Rebecca Bearskin and my son, Dana Lyons! I'm so proud of all of our 35 grads and their families and friends who made it a special day for our entire Red Lake Nation! Miigwech to all of our Tribal Council and Chiefs for...

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