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Articles from the July 22, 2020 edition

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Sara Jane (Croud) Clark

Sara Jane (Croud) Clark August 3, 1932 ~ July 17, 2020 (age 87) Sara Jane Clark, 87, passed away on Friday, July 17, 2020 at Essentia Health in Fargo, ND with her family by her side. Sara Croud was born on August 3, 1932 to John and Maggie (Sailor) Croud in Pine Point Township, MN. She raised 8 children by herself after her...

 

Frank William Norris

Frank William Norris December 23, 1996 ~ July 16, 2020 (age 23) Frank William Norris, 23 years young, "Ozhigaabawi Makoons" which means "Lil Standing Bear" of Bemidji, Minnesota journeyed to the spirit world on Thursday, July 16th, 2020 from Sanford Hospital in Bemidji, MN. He was born in Bemidji, MN on December 23rd, 1996 to...

 

Walter Shawn Seelye

Walter Shawn Seelye December 19, 1965 ~ July 16, 2020 (age 54) Walter "Shawn" Seelye, 54, "Niso-Muckwa Gaabaw" was born to Janice and Walter Seelye on December 19th, 1965 in Bena, Minnesota. He began his spiritual journey home in Federal Dam, Minnesota on July 16th, 2020 with his wife, Rebecca Seelye, children, sister and...

 

Deaths in Minnesota long-term care drop tenfold

Deaths in the state's long-term care facilities have dropped tenfold since the Minnesota Health Department introduced a five-point plan to address the growth in COVID-19 outbreaks. "The downward trend we've seen is very encouraging," said Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm. But she cautioned that COVID-19 still presents...

 

Responses to Minnesota's police reforms range from lukewarm to 'slap in the face'

Minnesota's historic police reforms drew varied reactions Tuesday, from mild enthusiasm to disgust, with a common refrain: The state still has a long way to go. A compromise product of a divided state Legislature, the package of policing changes was welcomed as a step in the right direction - but one that falls far short of the...

 

Trump says virus in US will get worse before it gets better

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump warned on Tuesday that the "nasty horrible'" coronavirus will get worse in the U.S. before it gets better, but he also tried to paint a rosy picture of efforts to conquer the disease that has claimed more than 140,000 American lives in just five months. He also professed a newfound respect...

 

University of Minnesota survey: State educators prefer to teach in classroom but worry about COVID-19

Minnesota teachers are concerned about continuing distance learning this fall but also worried about the safety of returning to the classroom, according to a statewide survey released Tuesday by the University of Minnesota. More than 13,000 primary and secondary educators responded to the U's survey in May and June, after the...

 

Ohio House speaker, 4 others arrested in $60M bribery case

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The powerful Republican speaker of the Ohio House and four associates were arrested Tuesday in a $60 million federal bribery case connected to a taxpayer-funded bailout of Ohio's two nuclear power plants. Hours after FBI agents raided Speaker Larry Householder's farm, U.S. Attorney David DeVillers described the...

 

Collapse of bonding bill in Minnesota sparks political recrimination

A major public infrastructure package projected to create thousands of construction jobs around Minnesota faces an uncertain fate after the Legislature ended a special session Tuesday without agreement on a $1 billion-plus borrowing bill. The collapse of the multiyear bonding bill was the third failed effort since the end of a r...

 

Detour starts this Friday for Highway #1 through Red Lake

Detour starts this Friday for Highway #1 through Red Lake...

 

With No Final Say, Trump Wants To Change Who Counts For Dividing Up Congress' Seats

President Trump released a memorandum Tuesday that calls for an unprecedented change to the constitutionally mandated count of every person living in the country - the exclusion of unauthorized immigrants from the numbers used to divide up seats in Congress among the states. The memo instructs Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross,...

 

Once Noble Medical Profession Now Oppressive, Burdensome-U.S. Healthcare is a Nightmare

Miami, Florida – Dr. Alejandro Badia is no stranger to the flaws and frustrations of the U.S. healthcare system. A leading hand surgeon with a medical degree from NYU, multiple accolades, and decades of experience, Dr. Badia has spent more than a quarter-century in the trenches of U.S. healthcare. His new book Healthcare from the Trenches is an open discussion of the failure...

 

LTH CASE MANAGER - RED LAKE HOMELESS SHELTER

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT LTH CASE MANAGER RED LAKE HOMELESS SHELTER Open: July 22, 2020 Closing: July 31, 2020 @ 12:00 p.m. PRIMARY FUNCTION: The Case Manager will work from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday occasional evening /weekends hours, reports to Executive Director, full-time position with benefits, salary; $ 15.00...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 22, 2020

Red Lake Nation COVID-19 Emergency Response Team offers free testing for anyone 18 years and older - P4

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...

 

Principals Favor Hybrid Schedules for Reopening Schools

Half of elementary principals prefer to reopen schools this fall with a hybrid schedule—a blend of remote learning and in-person instruction, according to new survey released Monday. In a poll of nearly 800 principals and assistant principals in all 50 states, only 17 percent of school leaders chose the all-remote option as the best model for the fall, while 26 percent said...

 

'It's insane': Millions of kids could lose access to free meals if this program expires

The Trump administration is resisting calls to make it easy for tens of millions of students to get free meals at school this year, even as childhood hunger rates have risen to the highest levels in decades. During the spring and summer, as the coronavirus health crisis exploded, the government allowed most families to pick up free meals from whichever school was closest or...

 

Moccasin Game Tournament held Saturday, July 18, 2020 at the Red Lake Pow Wow Grounds - P3

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...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 22, 2020

Looking Back to 2013 - Natural Foods Cooking Class held at the Little Rock Round House

Looking Back to 2013 - Natural Foods Cooking Class held at the Little Rock Round House...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 22, 2020

Looking Back to 2013 - Easter Activities in Red Lake and Redby - P2

Looking Back to 2013 - Easter Activities in Red Lake and Redby...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 22, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Friday Night Session - P19

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

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 22, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Monday Session - P10

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

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 22, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Parade - P12

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Parade...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 22, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P12

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session...

 

Lawmakers seek extension for tribes to spend stimulus money following Treasury delays

Lawmakers are stepping in to seek more time for tribal governments to spend coronavirus relief money after funding slated for Native American communities was delayed by the Treasury Department. A new bill, which has been introduced by bipartisan teams in both the House and Senate, would give tribal governments until Dec. 30, 2022, to spend funds that would otherwise need to be...

 

Turtle Mountain chairman reaffirms effort to get entire tribe counted in 2020 census

BISMARCK — Ensuring every citizen of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa is counted in the 2020 census is essential because it will affect future generations to come, the nation's chairman said in a conference call on Tuesday, July 21. Jamie Azure took part in a remote media briefing held by the U.S. Census Bureau in which it provided updates about outreach efforts in...

 

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