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Articles from the September 30, 2020 edition

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Brian K. "Bum" Crowe

Brian K. "Bum" Crowe September 3, 1969 ~ September 27, 2020 (age 51) Brian Keith "Bum" Crowe, age 51, passed away on Sunday, September 27, 2020 at North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale, MN. Brian was born on September 3, 1969 in Chicago, IL to Edison Crowe and Roberta Cook. He attended school in Bemidji, MN and later moved to...

 

Jessica Hanks

Jessica Hanks September 12, 1984 - September 26, 2020 Jessica Hanks, age 36, of White Earth, MN, died Saturday, September 26, 2020, as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Private Family services will be held Saturday, October 3, 2020, at the White Earth Community Center. Public Visitation will be held...

 

Jeanette Nicholson

Jeanette Nicholson September 20, 1946 - September 27, 2020 Jeanette Nicholson, age 74, of White Earth, MN, died on Sunday, September 27, 2020, at her home under the care of Hospice of the Red River Valley. Jeanette Marie VanWert, the daughter of Arthur and Ethelbert (VanNett) VanWert, was born September 20, 1946, in White...

 

A chaotic first debate: Taunts overpower Trump, Biden visions

CLEVELAND - The first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden deteriorated into bitter taunts and near chaos Tuesday night as Trump repeatedly interrupted his opponent with angry - and personal - jabs that sometimes overshadowed the sharply different visions each man has for a nation facing...

 

Man sentenced for killing on Red Lake Indian Reservation

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A man accused fatally beating and strangling his wife and leaving her on the side of a road on the Red Lake Indian Reservation was sentenced Tuesday to 16 years in federal prison. Jeremiah Kingbird, 39, of Ponemah, pleaded guilty in October 2019 to second-degree murder for the January 2019 killing. Authorities...

 

Vikings shut down after three Titans players, five staffers test positive for COVID-19

The Vikings suspended activities at their team facility for at least two days after learning Tuesday morning that three players and five staffers from the Tennessee Titans, the Vikings' opponent last Sunday, tested positive for COVID-19. "The Titans will suspend in-person activities starting today. Likewise, the Vikings, who...

 

Beltrami County sees sharp rise in COVID-19 cases

BEMIDJI -- The Beltrami County Public Health Department is keeping busy as nearly 80 coronavirus cases are being actively tracked. "We're doing our best to keep up with all of the new cases," Public Health Director Cynthia Borgen said. "We have 79 cases we're tracking right now and we're working especially hard on identifying...

 

Twins' postseason nightmares continue with loss to Astros

In the end, there were breakdowns everywhere. A dysfunctional offense. An imperfect defense. And a couple of bad pitches thrown at the wrong time. The Twins did not look like a division champion on Tuesday in a 4-1 loss to Houston to open the best-of-three wild-card series. The defeat at Target Field immediately put them in an...

 

Hospital COVID-19 admissions on the rise in Minnesota

Hospital admissions for COVID-19 have risen to a level not seen in Minnesota since the start of June. At least 380 people were admitted for COVID-19 to Minnesota hospitals in the seven-day period ending Saturday, and at least 64 were admitted Wednesday alone. That is the highest single-day admission total since May 26, when...

 

Minnesota tenants facing eviction during pandemic for police calls, drugs, property damage

For Minneapolis landlord Colin Gatling, the first sign of trouble with his new tenant was the foot traffic at all hours. One day his tenant left the unit door open, and Gatling described in a court filing what he saw: an "unsafe, filthy, garbage-filled heroin den" complete with mini baggies, tourniquets and needles. Despite the...

 

Evers, Wisconsin health officials say state in 'crisis'

MADISON, Wis. - Gov. Tony Evers urged people throughout Wisconsin on Tuesday to "get on the same team" by taking steps to slow the spread of COVID-19, with cases statewide at their highest numbers since the pandemic started. "We are in crisis right now," said Dr. Ryan Westergaard, Wisconsin's chief medical officer. On Tuesday,...

 

Trump Administration announces additional funding for two Great Lakes Region urban refuges

Bloomington, MN – Today is Urban National Wildlife Refuge Day, and in recognition of this, the Trump Administration announced that both Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge and Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge have been awarded $1 million in additional funding to bolster their urban refuge programs. “Today, the Trump Administration is excited to announce we...

 

Native Americans Have Always Answered the Call to Serve: National VFW Day 2020

Native American veterans of the Vietnam War stand in honor as part of the color guard at the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial. November 11, 1990, Washington, D.C. (Photo by Mark Reinstein/Corbis via Getty Images) National Veterans of Foreign Wars Day, September 29, acknowledges men and women who have served honorably in a foreign...

 

Governor's council highlights ways to ensure an Age-Friendly Minnesota

When Governor Tim Walz outlined his One Minnesota vision, proclaiming that everyone deserves the opportunity to thrive, it was clear that “everyone” most assuredly includes older Minnesotans. The Governor’s Council for an Age-Friendly Minnesota has embraced that vision, and our preliminary recommendations embody it. The governor challenged the council to elevate the...

 

Red Lake High School has first football and volleyball practice of 2020 under state mandated guidelines - P2

RED LAKE, MN – At a Special School Board Meeting held on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, the Red Lake School Board voted 2-1-2 to allow a modified football and volleyball season this fall, as presented by Activities Director Nolan Desjarlait. On Monday, September 28, 2020, they held their first practice. On Monday, September 21,...

 

Red Lake Social Distance Gathering held in Ponemah - P27

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 - P28

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...

 

Looking Back to May 2007 - Red Lake Elementary School 5th Grade Graduation - P5

Looking Back to May 2007 - Red Lake Elementary School 5th Grade Graduation...

 

Looking Back to May 2007 - Red Lake Elementary School 5th Grade Graduation - P6

Looking Back to May 2007 - Red Lake Elementary School 5th Grade Graduation...

 

Looking Back to September 2011 - Red Lake Warrior High School Football against Kellhier-Northome - P13

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

 

Looking Back to August 2006 - Back to School Fest - P8

Looking Back to August 2006 - Back to School Fest...

 

What Abolishing the Police Means to Me: A Student's Perspective

Read the introduction to this essay by Education Week staff writer Corey Mitchell, "Are Strained Police Relations With Black Teens a Solvable Problem?" Policing in America has roots in the slave patrols designed to end resistance or uprisings within the slave community. I acknowledge this history so you can understand the inherent fear Black people already have toward the...

 

Adolescents twice as likely as young children to test positive for COVID-19

Adolescents are twice as likely as young children to test positive for COVID-19, according to a new analysis released Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Between March 1 and Sept. 19, more than 277,000 children tested positive for COVID-19; 63 percent were between the ages of 12 and 17 while 37 percent were between the ages of 5 and 11. “Incidence among...

 

Barrett's SCOTUS Confirmation Would Give Conservatives a Supermajority on Education Issues From Race-Based Admissions to School Choice but Could Create a 'Desert for Equity,' Experts Say

Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump's pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, is the product of a Catholic education who served as a trustee for a religious school participating in Indiana's publicly funded school choice program. The background of the conservative federal appeals judge...

 

DOE spending $48M on substitutes and emergency teachers due to COVID-19

Department of Education funding for substitute teachers and other emergency instructors will balloon from roughly $2 million to about $48 million this year due to the coronavirus crisis, The Post has learned. According to a DOE budgeting document, the agency is giving schools across the city an extra $47,856,477 to shore up staffing shortfalls. With school populations split up...

 

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