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Articles from the September 9, 2020 edition

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Delores Kate Mostrom

Delores Kate Mostrom June 1, 1939 ~ September 8, 2020 (age 81) Delores Kate (Roberts) Mostrom of Red Lake, Minnesota, entered the spirit world on Tuesday, September 8, 2020, at Red Lake, MN. Delores was born June 1, 1939, in Red Lake to James and Agnes (Saice) Roberts Sr. Delores married Victor Mostrom in the summer of 1972 in...

 

Wilbur Vern Humphrey Sr.

Wilbur Vern Humphrey Sr. July 27, 1941 - September 3, 2020 Wilbur Vern Humphrey Sr., 79, of Minneapolis, MN, died Thursday, September 3, 2020, at Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis, MN. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 am, Friday, September 11, 2020, at the Veteran's Memorial Building in Cass Lake, MN. A wake will begin...

 

Joze R. Wesaw

Joze R. Wesaw June 02, 1989 - September 01, 2020 Joze born June 2, 1989 in St.Paul to Joseph Shabaiash Jr. & Rosetta Wesaw (both deceased) Surviving Sisters & Brothers; Roberta Fox, Joy Wesaw, Lisa (Jules) Wesaw, Francoise (Roy) Nedeau, Craig (Cristal) Shabaiash, Dean (Felicia) Grotto Jr. Special Nieces & Nephews;...

 

Lorena Joy Gahbow

Lorena Joy Gahbow September 8, 1940 - September 7, 2020 Zhaagowaamigookwe, Lorena Gahbow, 79-year-old resident of Onamia, MN passed away on September 7, 2020 at her residence. Visitation will be held at 6 PM on Thursday, September 10, 2020 at the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Community Center on the Mille Lacs Reservation. Funeral...

 

Winona State self-quarantines as Minnesota schools reopen

MINNEAPOLIS - Winona State University quarantined itself for two weeks starting Tuesday amid an increasing spread of the coronavirus on the southeastern Minnesota campus, while most of the state's elementary and secondary schools kicked off a school year that will test whether their preparations to teach amid the pandemic will...

 

Minnesota DHS grapples with charges of 'toxic environment' for employees of color, Native Americans

People of color and Native Americans working at the Minnesota Department of Human Services are sometimes the targets of racial slurs and harassment, denied promotions and raises and are isolated without support from senior management, several current and former employees say. The climate not only creates personal turmoil and...

 

AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine study paused after one illness

Late-stage studies of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine candidate are on temporary hold while the company investigates whether a recipient's "potentially unexplained" illness is a side effect of the shot. In a statement issued Tuesday evening, the company said its "standard review process triggered a pause to vaccination to allow...

 

Twins split doubleheader in strange one-day road trip to St. Louis

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Jose Berrios pitching well, that surprised nobody. The Twins' sluggers taking turns hitting them out, that's not an unusual occurrence. Even splitting a doubleheader with the Cardinals, disappointing as it was, is hardly a bombshell. No, the improbable mystery of Minnesota's one-day road trip to Busch...

 

Onetime Rockford school chief charged with stealing $42K via a district credit card

The onetime Rockford public school superintendent has been charged with embezzlement after authorities say he spent more than $42,000 on a work credit card over about a 20-month period on electronics and other items until shortly before he resigned. Paul Durand, 63, was charged Friday in Wright County District Court with 11...

 

MDH announces new grants for opioid-free pain management

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) announced the funding of five new grantees who will focus on providing Minnesotans with non-narcotic options for treating pain. The effort will also produce a digital statewide map next year of pain management resources. Opioid-free pain management can include physical therapy, exercise therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, massage,...

 
 Events   

Red Lake Kindergarten Open House - Wednesday, September 9 and Thursday, September 10

Attached is the flyer for the Red Lake Kindergarten Open House. It is taking place Wednesday, September 9 and Thursday, September 10 from 11:15 – 3:45 at the Red Lake Secondary Complex in the high school gymnasium. Families will enter through Door 36 only. RLES Welcome Letter: https://www.redlake.k12.mn.us/...

 

A Welcome Message from Red Lake Superintendent Melinda Crowley

Boozhoo This is Superintendent Crowley welcoming you to the first day of the 20-21 school year. Your teachers will be contacting your families and students daily. In addition to that I wanted you to know that the meal delivery schedule for students registered in the Red Lake School District will be like last year. The District will deliver all meals to enrolled students in hous...

 

Native View: Tribal communities aren't being forgotten by Trump

I am very proud that the U.S. Department of the Interior is delivering for Indian Country on President Donald Trump’s promise to all Americans. He promised safe and healthy communities with educational and economic opportunities for the most forgotten Americans. Indeed, in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and the wider Great Lakes region, the Department of the Interior is answering the...

 

Red Lake Social Distance Gathering held in Ponemah - P3

PONEMAH, MN - On Saturday, September 5, 2020, a Social Distance Gathering was held at the Ponemah Pow Wpw Grounds from 1 PM until 7 PM. All usual safety measures pertaining to the COVID-19 virus remained in effect during the gathering, which included wearing masks and maintaining social distancing. The one-time event was...

 

Red Lake Social Distance Gathering held in Ponemah - P4

PONEMAH, MN - On Saturday, September 5, 2020, a Social Distance Gathering was held at the Ponemah Pow Wpw Grounds from 1 PM until 7 PM. All usual safety measures pertaining to the COVID-19 virus remained in effect during the gathering, which included wearing masks and maintaining social distancing. The one-time event was...

 

Red Lake Nation COVID-19 Emergency Response Team offered free testing again in the Red Lake District - P3

RED LAKE DISTRICT - On Thursday, September 3, 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 fourth round in a series of four testing days that would include all Red Lake Reservation Districts...

 

Looking Back to October 2011 - Red Lake High School Powder Puff Game - P7

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 - P7

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

 

Looking Back to September 2011 - Red Lake Junior High Football against Kellhier-Northome - P10

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

 

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Monday Session - P44

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

 

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P46

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

 

9 Drugmakers Sign Safety Pledge In Rush To Develop Coronavirus Vaccine

Nine drug companies pledged Tuesday that they will not submit vaccine candidates for FDA review until their safety and efficacy is shown in large clinical trials. The move is intended to bolster public confidence amid the rush to make a COVID-19 vaccine widely available, and counter fears of political pressure to have a vaccine...

 

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Linked to More Than 260,000 Coronavirus Cases, Economists Estimate

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota has been linked to more than 260,000 coronavirus cases in the U.S., according to a recent study by a group of economists. The rally, which occurred between August 7 and August 16, drew an estimated 462,182 people from around the country. Local news reports suggest that, in addition to the large crowds, there was little mask-wearing...

 

Schools May Get Sued Over COVID-19. 7 Things to Know About Managing That Risk

As school begins in earnest, districts are struggling to get their arms around an elusive but potentially costly challenge: risk management in the age of coronavirus. Most if not all districts buy general liability insurance, either self-insurance through a traditional insurance company, or through a pooled plan open-managed by representatives of participating districts. Even...

 

Trump: Schools teaching 1619 Project in curriculum 'will not be funded'

President Trump threatened to redirect funds away from public schools teaching an alternative view of U.S. history based on slavery. In a Sunday morning tweet, Trump said the Education Department would investigate schools that seek to integrate the 1619 Project, an ongoing New York Times Magazine project that argues the American founding began the year the first slaves were...

 

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