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Roger "Sid" Allan Whiteman Sr.

Roger "Sid" Allan Whiteman Sr. September 3, 1953 - August 31, 2020 Roger Allan Whiteman, Sr. "Sid", 66, of Indian Point Orr, passed away surrounded by loved ones on Tuesday, August 31, 2020 in his home after a very brief battle with cancer. Sid was born on September 3, 1953 in Littlefork, Mn. He grew up in a large family of brot...

 

Health care worker COVID-19 infections underscore mask needs

Dr. Deepi Goyal had personally treated numerous COVID-19 patients, and yet the infectious disease surprised him last month when he lost taste, felt exhausted and endured soreness as part of his case. "I consider myself quite healthy, and it really took me down," the Mayo Clinic doctor said. "Not only did it take me down, but it...

 

Minnesota judge dismisses challenge to Gov. Tim Walz's pandemic orders

A Ramsey County judge on Tuesday dismissed a legal challenge to Gov. Tim Walz's executive orders during the coronavirus pandemic. The lawsuit, brought by a group of businesses and 13 Republican legislators, contended the Democratic governor is abusing his power and interfering with the legislative process. Dubbed the Free...

 

Trump visits Kenosha, calls violence 'domestic terrorism'

KENOSHA, Wis. - President Donald Trump stood at the epicenter of the latest eruption over racial injustice Tuesday and came down squarely on the side of law enforcement, blaming "domestic terror" for the violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and making no nod to the underlying cause of anger and protests - the shooting of yet another...

 

Michael Pineda, Byron Buxton return, and Twins return to their winning ways

One was suspended. The other was injured. Both returned to the Twins lineup Tuesday. "These are two guys and, we obviously have others, but two guys that our group has been waiting to see back out there," Twins manager Rocco Baldelli said. And Michael Pineda and Byron Buxton both made a mark in a 3-2 victory, a game the Twins...

 

After two-week delay, University of Minnesota will reopen campus dormitories and classrooms

After a two-week delay, University of Minnesota students will be able to move into dormitories at the Twin Cities, Duluth and Rochester campuses, and courses that were temporarily moved online will return to the classroom. The U's Board of Regents had voted last month to delay the opening of dormitories and the start of...

 

Minn. legislators discuss Department of Corrections' $14M budget shortfall, prison closures, rape kit testing

ST. PAUL -- As Minnesota lawmakers face a multi-billion-dollar state deficit and public calls to reform public safety following the death of George Floyd, officials are debating where to prioritize funding for state Departments of Public Safety and Corrections. In an hours-long and wide-ranging informational hearing on Tuesday,...

 

Attorney General Ellison joins fight against Trump Administration attempts to cut Census short, undercount Minnesotans

September 1, 2020 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today joined a large coalition of attorneys general, cities, counties, and the bipartisan U.S. Conference of Mayors in taking legal action against the Trump Administration’s efforts to cut short a full count of Americans in the 2020 Census. Earlier this month, the U.S. Census Bureau announced that it...

 

Peterson, DelBene Call on US and Canada to Provide Transparency, Flexibility for Border Communities During COVID-19

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) –Representatives Collin Peterson (MN-07) and Suzan DelBene (WA-01) have called on the Canadian government to provide more flexibility and transparency for Americans who reside in the exclave communities of the Northwest Angle in Minnesota and Point Roberts in Washington. In a letter to the Canadian Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, the...

 

Census Bureau emailing households encouraging response to 2020 census

The U.S. Census Bureau announced that it will begin emailing households in low-responding areas encouraging response to the 2020 census. Millions of emails will be sent initially, then grow in numbers to continue into September. These emails supplement a final campaign reminding people to respond to the 2020 census on their own, as census takers begin asking households to...

 

Congress Goes Home While Tens of Millions of Renters Risk Losing Theirs

The Senate officially adjourned for August recess through Labor Day, walking away from negotiations over the next coronavirus relief package and leaving tens of millions of renters on their own as they face evictions and imminent risk of homelessness. Contact your members of Congress and demand that they #GetBackToWork and #DoYourJob to pass a comprehensive relief package. The...

 

COVID-19 Community Testing: Hennepin, Blue Earth, and St. Louis County

COVID-19 Community Testing: Hennepin, Blue Earth, and St. Louis County The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) works in partnership with communities to provide safe and free on-site COVID-19 testing in areas with outbreaks, increasing cases, or other barriers to access existing test sites. Visit COVID-19 Community Testing to sign up for an appointment or learn more....

 

Funds Available to Update Livestock Operations

St. Paul, MN: Minnesota livestock farmers and ranchers seeking to improve their livestock operation are encouraged to apply for the Agricultural Growth, Research and Innovation (AGRI) Livestock Investment Grant program. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) anticipates awarding up to $789,000 using a competitive review process. The AGRI Program’s Livestock...

 

MDA Now Accepting Applications for Noxious Weed/Invasive Plant Grants

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is accepting applications for 2021 Noxious Weed and Invasive Plant Grant. Counties, municipalities, tribal governments, and weed management entities (including weed management areas) may apply for grants to mitigate noxious weeds around the state. Grants for fiscal year 2021 will be funded up to $5,000. The...

 

Mental health panel discusses going back to school

Chikasha Anokfilli, which translates as “thinking Chickasaw,” is a mental health initiative exploring what it means to think Chickasaw. Through a series of panel discussions, presentations and activities, industry professionals will demonstrate how each of us can live healthier lives by focusing on balance and strength. Chikasha Anokfilli began Aug. 27, with the first...

 

Secretary Bernhardt Signs Order Creating the Bureau of Trust Funds Administration

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt signed Secretary’s Order 3384 (Order) establishing the Bureau of Trust Funds Administration (BTFA). The BTFA will report to the Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs Tara Katuk Sweeney and assume responsibility for financial operations functions currently performed by the Office of the Special Trustee for...

 

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 - P55

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

 

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 - P56

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

 

Looking Back to October 2011 - Red Lake High School Powder Puff Game - P3

Looking Back to October 2011 - Red Lake High School Powder Puff Game...

 

Looking Back to August 2011 - Red Lake DNR Take a Kid Fishing Event - P3

Looking Back to August 2011 - Red Lake DNR Take a Kid Fishing Event...

 

Looking Back to October 2011 - Red Lake Chemical Health Program Hunting Camp - P6

Looking Back to October 2011 - Red Lake Chemical Health Program Hunting Camp...

 

Looking Back to September 2011 - Red Lake Junior High Football against Kellhier-Northome - P6

Looking Back to September 2011 - Red Lake Junior High Football against Kellhier-Northome...

 

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Monday Session - P40

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

 

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P42

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

 

Teen and children hospitalizations, deaths from coronavirus increasing: report

Coronavirus-related hospitalizations and deaths of children and teens are on the rise, according to data compiled by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Although data indicate younger children are less likely to catch or transmit the virus, the May 21-Aug. 20 dataset shows a similar rise across states. Complicating matters is the fact that states use different grouping...

 

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