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Daryl Lee Raincloud

Daryl Lee Raincloud March 4, 1963 ~ July 18, 2020 (age 57) Daryl L. Raincloud, 57, "Mishtadim" which means "Horse" of the Kingfisher Clan and of Ponemah, Minnesota moved on to the spirit world July 18th, 2020 from his home. Daryl was born in Red Lake, MN on March 4, 1963 to Carmella (Stillday) and Daniel Raincloud, Jr. Daryl...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 30, 2020

Red Lake Nation COVID-19 Emergency Response Team offers free testing in Red Lake District

RED LAKE DISTRICT - On Wednesday, July 19, 2020, the Red Lake Nation COVID-19 Emergency Response Team offered free testing for anyone 18 years and older at the new Red Lake Community Center site from 10 AM -3 PM. It was the last in a series of four testing days that would include all Red Lake Reservation Districts. They ended...

 

Non-COVID vaccines offer protection, Mayo Clinic reports

Vaccines for everything from influenza to measles provide partial protection against COVID-19, according to new Mayo Clinic research, suggesting that parents should get children up to date on shots before school this fall, and senior citizens should schedule their vaccinations before the winter flu season. People showed a 28%...

 

Mayor Frey orders new restrictions to reduce crowding at Minneapolis bars

After learning of coronavirus outbreaks tied to bars and nightclubs in Minneapolis, Mayor Jacob Frey on Wednesday ordered all establishments in the city to end their counter service to limit the spread of the infection. Beginning Aug. 1, bars, restaurants, nightclubs, breweries, distilleries and more will have to close their...

 

Biting black flies are swarming Minnesota's North Shore

DULUTH – In the seconds that Peggy Flynn walked toward Lake Superior for a swim, her leg was covered with a black mass of swarming flies. Those near the North Shore have reported bothersome batches of stable flies, biting insects that feast on human and animal blood. "You couldn't even enjoy the lake," said Flynn, who was...

 

Maple Grove police: Death toll in family now 3 from beating by mentally ill man with wrench

Three family members are now reported to have died from beatings allegedly inflicted by a mentally ill man with a wrench in a Maple Grove home, police said Wednesday. Eleanor D. Ekers, 34, suffered head injuries on July 8 and died two weeks later, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office said Tuesday. Also subjected to...

 

Fed sees dim economic outlook as virus squeezes economy

WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell warned Wednesday that the viral epidemic is endangering the modest economic recovery that followed a collapse in hiring and spending this spring. As a result, he said, the Fed plans to keep interest rates pinned near zero well into the future. That faltering economy, pressured by...

 

US to bring 6,400 troops home from Germany, move 5,600 more

WASHINGTON - Spurred on by President Donald Trump's demand to pull troops out of Germany, the U.S. will bring about 6,400 forces home and shift about 5,600 to other countries in Europe, American defense leaders said Wednesday, detailing a Pentagon plan that will cost billions of dollars and take years to complete. The decision...

 

Trump downplays West Texas energy worries, attacks Democrats

MIDLAND, Texas — President Donald Trump took sweeping digs at “crazy left radical Democrats” on a trip Wednesday to the fracking fields of West Texas, launching unsubstantiated claims that a Democratic administration would destroy everything from the country's suburbs to the U.S. energy industry. Trump, speaking in front of stacked oil barrels, also played down the...

 

Health official stresses individual choices in helping to reopen schools

ROCHESTER, Minn. - The state of Minnesota reported another 681 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, July 29. The new cases were spread broadly across the state, appearing in 59 of the state's 87 counties, according to the state Department of Health. "We're seeing COVID transmitted across the state," said Minnesota Department of...

 

Some parents opt for home schooling instead of sending kids back to school in the fall

CHICAGO — For some parents, teaching their children at home after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered schools this spring was challenging, to say the least. For others, it revealed another option. With new cases of COVID-19 continuing and no vaccine, many parents have questions about what a return to school might look like. https://omaha.com/momaha/some-par...

 

Attorney General Ellison wins relief for tenants without utilities during pandemic

July 29, 2020 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today announced that his office has resolved two enforcement actions against landlords who had denied utilities to their tenants, in violation of Executive Order 20-14 and Minnesota’s landlord-tenant laws. The State sued Aitkin County landlord David LaPlant in April, alleging that LaPlant failed to respon...

 

Minnesota Supreme Court Sides with Minnesota Department of Human Rights

Also confirms harassment occurring outside of reporting period can be taken into account in a hostile work environment claim [St. Paul, MN] The Minnesota Supreme Court today sided with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, represented by Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, in the high-stakes employment discrimination case, Meagan Abel v. Abbott Northwestern Hospital...

 

MPCA closes 118 enforcement cases in first half of 2020

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has concluded 118 enforcement cases in the first half of 2020. Environmental enforcement investigations often take several months, in some cases more than a year, to complete the investigation and issue final enforcement documents to regulated parties. Penalties are calculated using several factors, including harm done to the...

 

Red Lake Trading Post fuel pumps serviced

Dear Customers, Minnesota Petroleum was here today and serviced the fuel at the Trading Post. Please see attached test results; all water has been removed. 91 Grade will be available after we get a new load. Sorry for the inconvenience. Yesterday The fuel was tested and all was good except for the 91-Grade. No evidence of...

 

Red Lake Update for COVID-19 - July 29, 2020

Red Lake Update for COVID-19 - July 29, 2020...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 30, 2020

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 - P7

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 at the Redby Community Church....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 30, 2020

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 - P8

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 at the Redby Community Church....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 30, 2020

Looking Back to 2013 - Easter Activities in Red Lake and Redby - P7

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

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 30, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Friday Night Session - P16

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

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 30, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Monday Session - P16

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

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 30, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Parade - P18

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

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 30, 2020

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P18

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

 

U.S. Senator Tina Smith Coronavirus Update

For more than five months, Minnesota and the nation have faced an unprecedented health and economic crisis as the coronavirus pandemic has devastated families and communities, stolen businesses and jobs, and taken more than 150,000 lives across the country. As relief measures designed to get families, workers, small businesses and local non-profits through this crisis run out...

 

Three years after McCain's "Thumbs Down" Vote, Trump Continues Attacks on ACA in Middle of Pandemic

ST PAUL - Yesterday marked the three year anniversary of the day Senator John McCain joined with Senate Democrats and voted against repealing the Affordable Care Act, temporarily saving the landmark legislation responsible for providing affordable health care for millions of Minnesotans. After failing in Congress, Donald Trump turned to the courts to continue his relentless pus...

 

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