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Jordan Roberto Thompson

Jordan Roberto Thompson June 7, 1998 ~ July 14, 2021 (age 23) Jordan Roberto Thompson, age 23, of White Earth, MN journeyed to the stars on Wednesday, July 14, 2021. Jordan was born on June 7th, 1998 in Minneapolis, MN to Roberto Torres and Faith Thompson. He was the youngest and only boy of five children. Jordan worked...

 

Francis Marvin Humphrey

Francis Marvin Humphrey March 5, 1934 - July 16, 2021 Francis Marvin Humphrey, 87, of Federal Dam, MN died Friday, July 16, 2021 at the Viking Manor in Ulen, MN. Memorial Services will be held at 12:00 Noon, Saturday, July 31, 2021 at the Bena Community Center in Bena, MN. Visitation will begin at 10:30am, Saturday, July 31,...

 

Teri Lyn (Pemberton) Malbraaten

Teri Lyn (Pemberton) Malbraaten June 15, 1952 ~ July 18, 2021 (age 69) Teri Malbraaten, 69, of Bemidji, MN died Sunday, July 18, 2021, in Neilson Place, Bemidji. Teri Lyn Pemberton was born June 15, 1952, in Bemidji, MN to Louis & Lorraine Pemberton. She grew up and graduated from Bemidji High School in 1970, and then went...

 

Gov. Tim Walz repeats his insistence that Rep. John Thompson resign

Gov. Tim Walz on Monday again insisted that state Rep. John Thompson resign over reports of multiple domestic violence accusations as House DFL leaders considered what to do about the lawmaker's refusal to step down. Police reports from three departments detail five domestic assault cases, some that took place in front of...

 

Report: One killed in helicopter crash in southeastern Minnesota

The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a helicopter crash near Rochester, Minn. The four-seat Robinson R-44 crashed near Elgin, Minn. on Monday, according to tweet from the NTSB. The small town is about 30 miles northeast of Rochester. One person has died, according to KSTP-TV. The Wabasha Sheriff County's...

 

Wisconsin man charged in dismemberment of St. Paul man whose remains were found in Lake Superior

Remains of a Twin Cities man who had been missing for nearly a month have been located in the waters of Lake Superior off the northernmost reaches of Minnesota's shoreline, and a man has been charged with helping with the dismemberment. Dive teams worked Thursday and Friday recovering the remains of Richard A. Balsimo, 34, of...

 

Arkansas virus hospitalizations go up by 106 over weekend

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The number of people hospitalized due to the coronavirus jumped by 106 over the weekend in Arkansas, which is leading the nation in new virus cases per capita. The Department of Health said Monday that the state's virus hospitalizations increased to 787. Of those, 291 patients are in intensive care and 124...

 

Former Albany teacher pleads guilty to sexual assault of student

A former central Minnesota teacher and coach pleaded guilty Monday to felony criminal sexual conduct. Daniel S. Fragodt, 32, of Melrose, was charged in Stearns County District Court with third-degree criminal sexual conduct in April 2020. He pleaded not guilty in September but amended his plea Monday ahead of a scheduled...

 

Microsoft Exchange hack caused by China, US and allies say

WASHINGTON - The Biden administration and Western allies formally blamed China on Monday for a massive hack of Microsoft Exchange email server software and asserted that criminal hackers associated with the Chinese government have carried out ransomware and other illicit cyber operations. The announcements, though not accompanie...

 

Anger as French protesters compare vaccines to Nazi horrors

PARIS - A French Holocaust survivor has denounced anti-vaccination protesters comparing themselves to Jews who were persecuted by Nazi Germany during World War II. French officials and anti-racism groups joined the 94-year-old in expressing indignation. As more than 100,000 people marched around France against government...

 

Lakota youth return home after more than a century away at Indian boarding school

SIOUX CITY, Iowa – Nine Rosebud Lakota children began their last morning away from their homelands Friday at the base of a bluff overlooking the Missouri River. Shortly after 1 a.m. Friday morning, a caravan carrying the nine Lakota children who died more than 140 years ago arrived here with a police escort in front of them...

 

Treatment of tribes varies at the US-Canadian border

Canada and the United States closed their border to non-essential travel in March 2020 and have renewed the restrictions monthly ever since, most recently on July 5. We'll look at the varying border-crossing requirements for the Akwesasne people of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Reservation in New York, the Red Lake Band of Chippewa in Minnesota, the Sinixt people of the...

 

Air quality alert issued due to wildfire smoke for Monday, July 19, through Wednesday, July 21, for northern Minnesota

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has issued an air quality alert for northern Minnesota, effective Monday, July 19, beginning at 9 p.m. through Wednesday, July 21, at 9 a.m. The affected area includes Hibbing, International Falls, Bemidji, Roseau, East Grand Forks, and the tribal areas of Leech Lake and Red Lake....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Thursday Afternoon Pow Wow - P15

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Thursday Afternoon Pow Wow - P16

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Wednesday Afternoon Pow Wow - P17

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Wednesday Afternoon Pow Wow - P18

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Wednesday Afternoon Parade - P17

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Tuesday Evening Pow Wow - P19

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

Grand Opening held at Red Lake C-Store - P12

A Grand Opening event was held at the Red Lake C-Store on Thursday, July 1, 2021 from 11 AM to 1 PM. Some of the activities including free samples from Hot Stuff Pizza, a build your own sundae bar, a pizza eating contest, gunny-sack races, bouncy houses, and prizes....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

2021 Red Lake High School Graduation held on Saturday, May 29, 2021 - P46

2021 Red Lake High School Graduation held on Saturday, May 29, 2021 GRADUATES: James Allen Beaulieu III Mimi Beaulieu-Morgan Kia Nicole Birr, Ryan Joseph Blackcloud Aaron Chaboyea Diamond A. Cloud-Sayers Lailah Eliza Dow Kacie Graves Arianna Moonlight Greene Denali Hart Delwyn E. Holthusen III Yolanda J. Infante Kyriah M....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

Red Lake 2021 Kindergarten Graduation held at Red Lake Elementary School - P44

On Tuesday, May 25, 2021, Red Lake Elementary School held it;s annual Kindergarten Graduation at RLES, beginning at 10 AM and finishing up about noon. This year's event was a Drive-By type ceremony....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 20, 2021

13 Students Graduate from Red Lake Nation College - P50

RED LAKE, MN - Red Lake History was made on Friday, May 21, 2021 with the first ever graduating class under their new Higher Learning Commission Accreditation. Congratulations to the Class of 2021 Graduates. The Graduates were: Charlene M. Anderson, (Ozaawas Benaisikwe) Selena Leigh Beasley, Kari Sue Cobenais, Michael A....

 
 By Anisa Hajimumin    News    July 20, 2021

Workers' Rights in Minnesota was Focus of July's Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Forum

July’s Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Forum shared a lot of great resources from the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) regarding the rights of workers in Minnesota. We also received an update from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) regarding a new community reviewer process for DEED’s grant programs. John Stiffin from...

 

Vulnerable Populations at Greatest Risk for COVID-Induced Famine

In 2018, more than 14 million American households-including 2.7 million with children-couldn't afford adequate food. Over the previous decade, food insecurity rates declined after a spike in 2008 that was brought on by recession. Now that the pandemic has essentially closed large parts of the global economy, a new wave of...

 

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