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Articles from the July 20, 2020 edition

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Patricia "Pat" Ann Stillday

Patricia "Pat" Ann Stillday August 15, 1955 ~ July 16, 2020 (age 64) Patricia Ann Stillday, "Miishibiishiikwe" which means "Lioness", age 64, of Blackduck, Minnesota and of the Bear Clan journeyed to the spirit world on Thursday, July 16th, 2020 from the Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, ND. She was born on August 15th, 1955 in...

 

Wakinyan "Rocky" Zuniga

Wakinyan "Rocky" Zuniga August 4, 1984 - July 15, 2020 Wakinyan "Rocky" Zuniga, age 35, of Minneapolis journeyed to the Spirit World on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at his residence. He was born on August 4, 1984 in Gordon, Nebraska the son of George Zuniga Jr. and Claudia LaPointe-Zuniga. He graduated High School at the age of 16 a...

 

COVID-19 amplifies the burden of cancer

As COVID-19 deaths peaked this spring, Teri Woodhull faced a tough decision on treatments for cancer - a condition that already makes her more vulnerable to the pandemic. Woodhull could lower her risk of being exposed to the coronavirus by undergoing chemotherapy every three weeks, rather than weekly. But less-frequent...

 

COVID-19 death of North Memorial worker prompts OSHA probe

In the early evening of June 8, more than 100 mourners from North Memorial Health Hospital in Robbinsdale gathered across the street at Manor Park to light candles and share memories of a beloved colleague who fell to COVID-19. Pinpoints of candlelight flickered in the dusk as phlebotomist and pastor Larry­dean Goodridge, who...

 

Chief Arradondo's fate murky as Minneapolis ponders future of police

While Minneapolis city leaders decide what their Police Department should look like in the post-George Floyd era, the fate of a popular police chief also hangs in the balance. Although Eighth Ward Council Member Andrea Jenkins and seven of her colleagues pledged last month to replace the city's police force with a...

 

'Superspreading' events, triggered by people who may be asymptomatic, propel virus pandemic

It wasn't until Day 7 of her team's coronavirus investigation when it dawned on Linda Vail, the health officer for Michigan's Ingham County, that this was going to be a big one. It had started with just two infections at the college bar on June 18, not long after the state began reopening. But the numbers quickly jumped to 12,...

 

Brooklyn Center officials considering removing Earle Brown's name from city sites

Brooklyn Center leaders are confronting allegations that favorite son Earle Brown belonged to the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s, and they may soon opt to separate the city from a name that adorns many of its most prominent buildings. Even the city's summer festival, Earle Brown Days, honors the man who served as Hennepin County...

 

Trump not ready to commit to election results if he loses

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump is refusing to publicly commit to accepting the results of the upcoming White House election, recalling a similar threat he made weeks before the 2016 vote, as he scoffs at polls showing him lagging behind Democrat Joe Biden. Trump says it's too early to make such an ironclad guarantee. "I...

 

As Trump ignores virus crisis, Republicans start to contradict him

President Donald Trump's failure to contain the coronavirus outbreak and his refusal to promote clear public-health guidelines have left many senior Republicans despairing that he will ever play a constructive role in addressing the crisis, with some concluding they must work around Trump and ignore or even contradict his...

 

Governments around world eye tougher steps to fight virus

Signs of governments reassessing their coronavirus response were scattered around the world Sunday, with the mayor of Los Angeles saying the city was reopened too quickly, Ohio's governor warning his state is "going the wrong way," Hong Kong issuing tougher new rules on wearing face masks and Spain closing overcrowded beaches....

 

Red Cliff Band declares emergency following storm damage

BAYFIELD, Wis. — The Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has declared a state of emergency following damage from Saturday's storm on the northern Wisconsin reservation. Red Cliff Band Chairman Richard A. Peterson wrote in a Facebook post that trees and power lines are down all across the reservation, travel is hazardous and many roads are impassable. WDIO-TV reports the...

 

GOP senators sound alarm as coronavirus surges in home states

Senate Republicans are raising the alarm over the country's rapidly growing number of coronavirus cases. The warnings come as President Trump has repeatedly linked the recent spike to an increase in testing, while also overselling his administration’s response and appearing optimistic about the odds of a quick vaccine or the disappearance of the virus altogether. But GOP...

 

Rep. John Lewis, A Force In The Civil Rights Movement, Dead At 80

John Lewis - an icon of the civil rights movement, congressman and for decades a force in Democratic politics - has died at age 80. Lewis died after a battle with advanced-stage pancreatic cancer. Lewis began treatment for the disease after being diagnosed during a routine medical exam. He publicly disclosed his diagnosis in...

 

Statewide Conversation on COVID19 July 17th - Lt. Gov Peggy Flanagan

A statewide conversation with Minnesota's Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan. It's your opportunity to ask questions about Minnesota's response and plans during this COVID-19 pandemic. This week the Lt Governor answered questions about mask mandates, reporting of cases, decisions to reopen school and leadership in the time of...

 

Moccasin Game Tournament held Saturday, July 18, 2020 at the Red Lake Pow Wow Grounds

Moccasin Game Tournament held Saturday, July 18, 2020 at the Red Lake Pow Wow Grounds Adult Winners First Place - Moe Lester Loud and Larry Vanwert - $1200 Second Place - Mike Barrett jr, and Garritte Caldwell - $800 Third Place - Deon pierre, Jack Johnson, and Randy Johnson - $600 Fourth Place - Lee Lussier Jr and Gary RezDawg...

 

Supreme Law of the Land: Bob Shimek discusses the Old Crossing Treaty of 1863

There were three different types of treaties that were negotiated here in the U.S. There were peace treaties ...there were a land cession treaties...and there were treaties that created reservations... it says in the Constitution of the United States that treaties are "the supreme law of the land"...Without these land cession...

 

Minnesota Poison Control System warns of rise in methanol exposure from hand sanitizers

The Minnesota Poison Control System is echoing the recent warning issued by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) about the dangers of hand sanitizers containing methanol as they have seen a sharp rise in exposures. Unfortunately, New Mexico is reporting at least 3 deaths related to the ingestion of these products. “Methanol – also known as wood alcohol – can cause...

 

More Than 27,400 Businesses Applied for Small Business Relief Grant Program

St. Paul, Minn. — The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) announced today that it has completed the lottery drawing for the winners of the Small Business Relief Grant Program. The program will award $10,000 grants to small businesses that have suffered financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and was passed with bipartisan...

 

Presidential Task Force on Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives Announces Virtual Consultations

WASHINGTON – The Presidential Task Force on Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives announced 12 Tribal consultations to occur virtually across the United States in the coming months. American Indians and Alaska Natives experience disproportionately high rates of violence. President Trump has called the crisis of missing and murdered Native Americans...

 

Rising Wave of Districts Sticking With Full-Time Remote Learning

The Desert Sands school district in California plans to start the academic year with full-time remote learning because district leaders were worried it would not be able to have adequate social distancing measures in place by Aug. 19, the first day of school. Jesse Welsh, the superintendent of the Paradise Valley schools in Arizona, said his district was concerned about...

 

THE TRADING POST'S DELI WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL 7/23/2020

THE TRADING POST'S DELI WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL 7/23/2020, BUT DELI ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE COLD. SELECT FROM MASHED POTATOES, PIZZAS, CHICKEN, PIE SLICES, SALADS AND SANDWICHES. OUR STAFF MEMBERS ARE QUARATINING FOR THE SAFETY OF THE COMMUNITY. WE ALL LOOK FORWARD TO NEXT WEEK WHEN THE DELI WILL REOPEN. AS OF TODAY, NO NEW CASES OF...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2020

Red Lake Nation COVID-19 Emergency Response Team offers free testing for anyone 18 years and older - P2

LITTLE ROCK DISTRICT - On Thursday, July 16, 2020, the Red Lake Nation COVID-19 Emergency Response Team offered free testing for anyone 18 years and older at the Little Rock District Round House from 10 AM -3 PM. It was the first in a series of four testing days that would include all Red Lake Reservation Districts. They ended...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Friday Night Session - P8

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Friday Night Session...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Monday Session - P8

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Monday Session...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Friday Night Session - P10

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Friday Night Session...

 

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