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  • Patricia Ruth White

    Jul 3, 2024

    Patricia Ruth White February 5, 1931 - June 30, 2024 Patricia Ruth White, 93, of Red Lake, MN died Sunday, June 30, 2024 at Red Lake PHS Hospital in Red Lake, MN. Funeral Services will be held at 1:00pm, Tuesday, July 9, 2024 at the Red Lake Community Center in Red Lake, MN. A wake will begin at 1:00pm, Monday, June 8, 2024, at the Red Lake Community Center, and will continue until the time of the service. Following cremation, interment will be at the St. Mary's Mission Catholic Cemetery in Red...

  • Audrey White Hawk

    Jul 3, 2024

    Audrey White Hawk August 7, 1954 - July 1, 2024 Services are pending for Audrey White Hawk Information will be updated soon...

  • Geraldine M. Savage

    Jul 3, 2024

    Geraldine M. Savage July 4, 1937 - July 1, 2024 In loving memory of our dear mother, grandma, great-grandma and great-great-grandma Geraldine "Beanie" Marie Savage born July 4,1937, who unexpectedly passed away on July 1, 2024, at approximately 5:10 p.m., after a sudden illness at the Franciscan Health Center. Geraldine "Beanie" was preceded in death by her loving and devoted husband Donald Wayne "Tony" Savage; mother, Josette G. Diver; auntie/friend", Gloria Bimberg; special friend/uncle Chuck...

  • Red Lake Nation Independence Day Celebration and Pow Wow - July 5, 6 and 7, 2024

    Red Lake Nation Independence Day Celebration and Pow Wow - July 5, 6 and 7, 2024 Red Lake Pow Wow Arena with Grand Entries on Friday at 7 PM, Saturday 1 PM and 7 PM, and Sunday 1 PM...

  • Why Beryl is an early sign of a particularly dangerous hurricane season

    Jul 3, 2024

    When Hurricane Beryl strengthened into the Atlantic Ocean's earliest Category 5 storm on record, it did so some two months ahead of the heart of hurricane season. More storms typically form and intensify by August and September because that's when Atlantic waters are warmest, loaded with storm-fueling energy from a summer of sunshine. But Beryl strengthened in Caribbean waters that were as hot as they normally are in mid-September, just as the calendar turned to July. Its record-shattering...

  • Obama shares concerns after shaky debate, offers Biden his advice

    Jul 3, 2024

    Former president Barack Obama has privately told allies who have reached out to him that President Biden's already-tough path to reelection grew more challenging after his shaky debate performance on Thursday - a harsher assessment of the presidential race than his public comments, according to several people familiar with his remarks. Obama separately spoke directly with Biden by phone after last Thursday's debate to offer his support as a sounding board and private counselor for his embattled...

  • Justice Dept. plans to pursue Trump cases past Election Day, even if he wins

    Jul 3, 2024

    Justice Department officials plan to pursue the criminal cases against Donald Trump past Election Day even if he wins, under the belief that department rules against charging or prosecuting a sitting president would not kick in until Inauguration Day in January, according to people familiar with the discussions. That approach may become more consequential given this week's Supreme Court ruling on presidential immunity, which probably will lead to further delays to Trump's election interference...

  • Medicare pushes new payment rule after alleged $3 billion fraud scheme

    Jul 3, 2024

    Federal officials are seeking to overhaul how Medicare pays health-care providers after an alleged $3 billion scheme to defraud the program, which would be one of the largest such schemes in its history. For more than a year, officials said, about a dozen companies submitted bills to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for tens of millions of urinary catheters, using the personal information of Medicare beneficiaries and physicians - some of whom still have questions about how the...

  • Trump's sentencing in N.Y. hush money case postponed until September

    Jul 3, 2024

    NEW YORK — Donald Trump’s sentencing in his New York hush money case on Tuesday was pushed back to September, as his lawyers seek to persuade the trial judge that his conviction should be tossed out after a Supreme Court ruling that presidents have immunity for official acts. The much-anticipated sentencing of the former president and presumptive GOP nominee for president in the November election was set to take place next week, following his May conviction on 34 counts of falsifying business records. That sentencing is now tentatively sch...

  • More than 100 killed in Indian religious event stampede, officials say

    Jul 3, 2024

    NEW DELHI - More than 100 people, most of them women and children, died Tuesday in a stampede at a crowded religious event in northern India, according to local officials, in the country's deadliest such incident in over a decade. The circumstances that led to the stampede were unclear, but according to statements by witnesses and local officials to local television news channels, it appeared to be a combination of sweltering heat and religious fervor. Ashish Kumar, district magistrate of...

  • Walz and other Democratic governors meeting at White House following Biden's debate performance

    Jul 3, 2024

    Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz and Democratic governors from across the country will meet with the White House on Wednesday, as the party grapples with what President Joe Biden's shaky debate performance means for the 2024 election and races down the ballot. Walz, who is also chair of the Democratic Governors Association, said that a routine conversation Monday between governors eventually turned to "what was obviously a poor performance in last Thursday's debate." "Governors are asking questions...

  • Fatal shooting at Lakeville Amazon warehouse was over a missing flashlight

    Jul 3, 2024

    A fight over a gun's missing flashlight attachment led to the fatal shooting of Ahmed Ibrahim Cariif in Lakeville this past weekend, according to charges filed Tuesday. Mohamed Aden Hared, 24, was charged in Dakota County District Court on Tuesday with a count of second-degree murder. He was arrested shortly after the Saturday morning shooting. Both Hared and the 22-year-old Cariif were employees of the Amazon Fulfillment Center at 9800 217th St. W. in Lakeville and had carpooled to their shift with another co-worker. https:...

  • Trouble getting a Minnesota driver's license? Here's why.

    Jul 3, 2024
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    Anisa Ali is a veteran of the rutted road to obtaining a driver's license in Minnesota. The 17-year-old, who lives in Blaine, passed the written exam on her first try. Then, after months of the requisite practice driving, she took the road test for the first time in February, but didn't pass. When she and her father, Abdi Hussein, tried to book a second try, the two watched as open times disappeared in the online booking system. "The minute you click on it, it's gone," Hussein said....

  • Diamond Shruumz microdosing candies may be linked to a death and nearly 50 illnesses, FDA says

    Jul 3, 2024

    Federal health officials are investigating a possible death and dozens of illnesses tied to recalled ''microdosing'' candies laced with a chemical found in mushrooms and sold online and in vape shops nationwide. At least 48 people in 24 states said they got sick after eating Diamond Shruumz-brand products, including chocolate bars, cones and gummies, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday. One death is ''potentially associated'' with the outbreak and 27 people have been...

  • Federal parole denied for Leonard Peltier, convicted of murdering FBI agents

    Jul 3, 2024

    year-old member of the American Indian Movement convicted of murdering two FBI agents during a shootout on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Peltier, who has maintained his innocence during his 47 years in prison, appeared for a parole hearing last month at the federal complex in Coleman, Fla., northwest of Orlando. His next opportunity for parole is set for June 2039, said Kevin Sharp, his attorney. In 1973, Native Americans led by the American Indian Movement occupied Wounded Knee,...

  • 'Sacred responsibility': After 20 years, Bemidji Veterans Home opens with a long wait list

    Jul 3, 2024

    BEMIDJI, Minn. - Veterans in northern Minnesota now have a new place to call home. At a dedication ceremony Monday attended by Gov. Tim Walz, Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Rep. Pete Stauber, the crowd gave unending applause to officials and advocates who made the longtime dream of a veterans home here a reality. But gratitude extended mostly to the residents who served in the military and the staff who are dedicated to serving the region's aging veterans. "Thank you for taking on this sacred...

  • DEED Secures Federal Grant to Provide Workforce Development Services for Young Minnesotans with Disabilities

    Jul 3, 2024

    St. Paul, MN – Today, the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) announced it has received a federal grant to prepare low-income youth and young adults ages 16-24 who have disabilities to complete post-secondary education and successfully transition into the workforce. Minnesota is one of four states to receive this grant. DEED’s $12 million Equitable Transitions Models (ETM) grant from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy will support a five-year program of intensive case management...

  • Funding Available for Community Development Financial Institutions to Support Farmers

    Jul 3, 2024

    St. Paul, MN: Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) foster economic opportunity for diverse communities around Minnesota, and new funding is available to help them support more of Minnesota’s farmers. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is now accepting applications for its CDFI Technical Assistance Grant, aimed at helping Minnesota’s certified CDFIs expand their agriculture-focused services. The MDA expects to award approximately $260,000 in one-time funding through a competitive review process, with individual gra...

  • Leonard Peltier Has Been Denied Parole

    Jul 3, 2024

    Longtime political prisoner Leonard Peltier (Turtle Mountain Ojibwe), a member of the American Indian Movement (AIM), was denied parole on Tuesday. The denial came from an announcement by the U.S. Parole Commission. The decision comes on the heels of Peltier's June 10, 2024, parole healing, his first in 15 years. The hearing was held before the U.S. Parole Commission examiner inside the United States Penitentiary, Coleman, a high-security prison, in Coleman, Fla., where Peltier is serving two...

  • Former Tribal Police Dispatcher Convicted in 30-Year-Old MMIP Case

    Jul 3, 2024

    An enrolled member of the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate tribe was convicted last week of voluntary manslaughter in a three-decades-old cold case on the Lake Traverse Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Jay Adams, 58, was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay a $50 special assessment to the Federal Crime Victims Fund. In 1992, Adams, his three children, his girlfriend, and her 23-month-old daughter were living in his parent's home on...

  • Republicans seek information about alleged misconduct at Haskell Indian Nations University

    Jul 3, 2024

    Republican lawmakers in Congress are investigating the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) over numerous allegations of misconduct at Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) in Kansas. In a letter dated July 2, leaders on the House Committee on Education and the Workforce and the House Committee on Natural Resources say they have repeatedly asked the BIA for more information about allegations of harassment, bullying, nepotism, theft and sexual assault at Haskell. They are focusing on a document,...

  • More summer excitement from the Red Lake Secondary Complex - P2

    Jul 3, 2024

    Red Lake Secondary Complex: Horses, Red Hawks game, woods shop pen making, and math Olympics with the summer rec kids, and we had another student graduate! Thank you, students and staff, for a great June session. We had 26 students that earned a combined total of 15.5 credits with a number of students who will be finishing up their outstanding classes/credits in August....

  • Annual Redby Spring Fling held on Saturday at Redby Community Center - P12

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jul 3, 2024

    Annual Redby Spring Fling held on Saturday at Redby Community Center FOOD CONTEST WINNERS Mac Hot Dish Winners 1st - Suge Roberts 2nd - Shelly May 3rd - Willow McDaniel Wild Rice Hot Dish: 1st - Lena McDaniel 2nd Gary Auginash Jr. 3rd - Suge Roberts Biscuits: 1st Renae Jourdain 2nd - Hillary Stately 3rd - Tharen Stillday Beans: 1st - Joseph Vanhorn 2nd - Shelly May 3rd - Luwana Lasley BBQ Ribs: 1st - Zach Charnoski 2nd - Terry Jourdain 3rd - Shelly May...

  • Red Lake High School Graduation 2024 held on Thursday - P42

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jul 3, 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...

  • Ponemah School has Annual School Powwow on Friday, May 18, 2024 - P31

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jul 3, 2024

    Ponemah School has Annual School Powwow on Friday, May 18, 2024 Ponemah Elementary Princess: Senerity May Ponemah Elementary Brave Kyle Hardy Jr....

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