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Articles from the September 1, 2021 edition

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Andrew Joseph Auginash

Andrew Joseph Auginash July 18, 1980 ~ August 29, 2021 (age 41) Andrew Joseph Auginash “Mazinaanakwad” (Fancy Cloud), age 41, began his spiritual journey home to Heaven to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Sunday, August 29, 2021, from Duluth, Minnesota. Andy was born in Red Lake, MN on July 18, 1980, to the late...

 

Theodore "Teddy" DeNasha

Theodore "Teddy" DeNasha September 25, 1980 ~ August 28, 2021 (age 40) Theodore "Teddy" DeNasha, age 40 , of Minneapolis, Minnesota went to the Spirit World on August 28, 2021 at the University Hospital, surrounded by loved ones. Theodore loved his son, Skylour no matter what, his love never ended for him. No matter who he met,...

 

Melanie LaGue

Melanie LaGue February 15, 1973 - August 29, 2021 Melanie LaGue, age 48, of Mahnomen, MN, died Sunday, August 29, 2021, at Sanford Health in Fargo, ND. Melanie Faith LaGue was born February 15, 1973, in Park Rapids, MN, the daughter of Dale and Kathleen (Hawks) LaGue. Her family moved to Elbow Lake Village when she was seven...

 

Prentiss Grant

Prentiss Grant November 30, 2000-August 27, 2021 Prentiss Grant, age 20, of St. Paul journeyed to the Spirit World on Friday, August 27, 2021. He was born on November 30, 2000 in Denver, Colorado the son of Brandon R. Grant and Debra L. Respects Nothing. Prentiss graduated High School in 2019 from Gordon Parks. He enjoyed playin...

 

Crews make big gains containing Greenwood wildfire in northeastern Minnesota

ULUTH – More than 500 firefighters are taking advantage of the weekend rain and have contained 37% of the Greenwood wildfire, a blaze that consumed 40 square miles in northeastern Minnesota. Fire officials estimate complete control of the Superior National Forest fire by Sept. 10 and will likely allow residents of its western...

 

Biden defends departure from 'forever war,' praises airlift

WASHINGTON - A defensive President Joe Biden on Tuesday called the U.S. airlift to extract more than 120,000 Americans, Afghans and other allies from Afghanistan to end a 20-year war an "extraordinary success," though more than 100 Americans and thousands of others were left behind. Twenty-four hours after the last American...

 

St. Paul schools exploring vaccine mandate

The St. Paul school board is weighing a proposal to make the district the state's largest to require all staff members to either show proof of a coronavirus vaccine or submit to regular testing. Board members got their first look at the vaccine mandate Tuesday ahead of an expected vote Friday. Superintendent Joe Gothard took a...

 

Ida's sweltering aftermath: No power, no water, no gasoline

NEW ORLEANS - Hundreds of thousands of Louisianans sweltered in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida on Tuesday with no electricity, no tap water, precious little gasoline and no clear idea of when things might improve. Long lines that wrapped around the block formed at the few gas stations that had fuel and generator power to pump...

 

Defensive end Everson Griffen, quarterback Jake Browning, guard Dakota Dozier among Vikings released

A series of injuries - and what might be nothing more than a high-profile procedural move with Everson Griffen - shaped the Vikings' effort to cut their roster down at the end of the preseason, as they arrived at a 53-man group that figures to go through more changes later this week. The Vikings waived receiver Chad Beebe,...

 

Minnesota reports six more COVID-19 deaths, 3,882 coronavirus infections

Six more COVID-19 deaths were reported Tuesday in Minnesota, bringing the state's total in August so far to 94 - nearly doubling the July total of 53 and reflecting the continued threat of the pandemic despite vaccination progress. The highly infectious delta variant of the coronavirus has caused a new COVID-19 wave over the...

 

Minn. solar installer charged with swindling dozens of customers

More than three years after customers of Able Energy Co. began complaining about its business practices, criminal charges have been filed against the owner of the now-defunct company. Prosecutors in Hennepin County charged Michael James Harvey with theft by swindle for allegedly duping customers in Minnesota and Wisconsin out...

 

Drought of '21 has dramatically impacted fish, wildlife

DULUTH -- The first clue that the drought of 2021 was getting serious was when the big paper birch tree in our front yard started shedding yellow leaves. In June. The second hint came when the July blueberries around our campsite on Rainy Lake were shriveled, like miniature raisins, too dry and tiny to eat. The third sign came...

 

United Houma Nation Suffers Casualties from Hurricane Ida

HOUMA, La. - The United Houma Nation, based in Golden Meadow, La., reported major devastation suffered during Hurricane Ida on Sunday that included deaths and multiple injuries. "Our tribe has suffered deaths and injuries. We just don't have a count yet," United Houma Nation Tribal Chief August Creppel said to Native News...

 

Severe Weather Warning Issued for Heavy Rainfall on Navajo Nation

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation Department of Emergency Management has issued a severe weather warning due to the forecast of heavy rainfall that is expected to begin on early Wednesday morning. "The weather forecast shows heavy rainfall this week beginning on Wednesday morning in the western portion of the Navajo...

 

Indians of All Tribes Asks Interior Department to Establish a Indigenous Cultural Center on Alcatraz Island

SAN FRANCISCO - In modern times, Alcatraz Island has become a symbol to American Indians. It is a symbol of both struggle and hope. The affinity American Indians have with Alcatraz Island goes deep. For years, the island was home to a federal penitentiary there. Called the "Rock," the penitentiary's most famous inmate was...

 

"This ain't Burger King"

PINE RIDGE - Last week, Oglala Sioux Tribe Ambulance Service (OSTAS) employees issued a statement via a live Facebook video. The video was posted at 1:54 PM on August 17 and shows a group of uniformed staff standing together, with one staff member reading a statement: "For too long, our true frontline workers, the ambulance...

 

Missoulians mourn Brendon Galbreath

MISSOULA - About a hundred people gathered at Sacajawea Park Thursday afternoon to grieve the death of Brendon Galbreath, 21, and demand transparency from law enforcement agencies that released few details about his death earlier in August. "What we don't know is what happened," said Zuri Moreno, a community organizer in...

 

Hurricane Ida affecting tribes

Citizens of the United Houma Nation in Louisiana are reeling from the impact of Hurricane Ida. Besides causing power outages, damaging homes and evacuations, more rain is expected. The tribe also doesn't have internet access. Still, we’re lucky to have the principal chief joining us by phone to talk about this disaster and what they need. Reservation Dogs is busting...

 

Hawaii officials concerned about oxygen supply amid surge

HONOLULU — Health care officials in Hawaii are concerned about a shortage of oxygen as the state’s coronavirus surge continues to grow. Hospital officials are canceling nonemergency procedures that require oxygen in an attempt to conserve supplies, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Tuesday. There is a global shortage of oxygen containers that are needed for transport...

 

Ruby Montoya Submits Motion to Withdraw Guilty Plea in Dakota Access Pipeline Case

Des Moines, Iowa – Attorneys for Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) opponent Ruby Montoya submitted a motion on Thursday to withdraw her plea of guilty in one of the final remaining cases related to the controversial Dakota Access pipeline. They now await a response from the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa. In 2016, Montoya and fellow DAPL opponent Jessica...

 

Red Lake Members 2021 Trip to Minnesota Vikings Game vs. Seattle Seahawks

Red Lake Members 2021 Trip to Minnesota Vikings Game vs. Seattle Seahawks Sunday, September 26, 2021 - Kick Off at 3:25 PM in Minneapolis 175 tickets total for Little Rock District, Red Lake District, Redby District, Ponemah District, Minneapolis Embassy and Red Lake Urban Office-Duluth. 8 years old and up. All kids must be...

 

Ground-Breaking Ceremony held at new site of St Mary's Mission Church - P3

A Ground-Breaking Ceremony was held at the new site of St Mary's Mission Church on Sunday, August 29, 2021. An early morning fire on Dec. 2, 2017 destroyed St. Mary's Mission church. Church services have since been held in their Mission School gym. On their Facebook page there was a message from St. Mary's Mission of Red Lake....

 

Red Lake, Redby and Little Rock Communities offer Drive Thru Back to School Event - P4

The Red Lake, Redby and Little Rock Communities collaborated to offer Drive Thru Back to School Event on Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 1 PM at the Red Lake Center. A cook-out style meal was served at the new Red Lake Community Center, and backpacks with school supplies was given away at the old Red Lake Center. Almost 500...

 

7th Annual Memorial Scruff Scramble Golf Tournament held in Blackduck - P6

7th Annual "Scruff" Scramble Winners Closest to Pin Women's - No Winner Men's - Pat Defoe $430 Longest Drive Women's - Kayla Kingbird $175 Men's - Alex Barrett $290 Longest Putt Women's - Maloree Strong $175 Men's - Nathan Messer Sr. $410 Team Skins Pat Defoe Team $230 Rick Barrett Team $230 Mixed Flight 3rd Place - Char...

 

Redby "Honor The Youth" Powwow held on Saturday - P10

Redby "Honor The Youth" Powwow held on Saturday...

 

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