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Articles from the October 4, 2021 edition

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Rev. I Doyle Turner

Rev. I Doyle Turner October 20, 1943 - September 14, 2021 The Reverend Irvin Doyle Turner, "Netaamishkaang," The One Who Goes Before His People, was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, treasured friend, and Episcopal priest. He died at his home suddenly on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, due to complications of...

 

Wayne Eugene Carson

Wayne Eugene Carson September 17, 1953 - September 24, 2021 Wayne Eugene Carson, age 68 journeyed to the Spirit World on September 24, 2021 at his residence in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was born on September 17, 1953 the son of John Carson and Georgianna Standing Cloud. He was an avid book reader. Wayne graduated from Central...

 

Doreen Faye Staples

Doreen Faye Staples January 24, 1963 ~ September 27, 2021 (age 58) Doreen Faye Staples, age 58, of Cass Lake, Minnesota began her journey to the spirit world on Monday, September 27, 2021, from her home. She was born in Cass Lake, MN on January 24, 1963, the daughter of Donna Oachs and Delmer Staples. Doreen enjoyed life, even...

 

Michael Dean Goose

Michael Dean Goose September 15, 1970 ~ September 29, 2021 (age 51) Michael Dean Goose, 51, "Wi ni geshig" which means "Dark Sky" of the Bear Clan and from Minneapolis, Minnesota began his journey to the spirit world from his home on Wednesday, September 29th, 2021. Mike was born in Cass Lake, MN on September 15, 1970, the son...

 

Red Lake Tribal Council COVID-19 Update - Thursday, September 30, 2021

Thursday, September 30, 2021 – COVID-19 Update Red Lake Nation: Active cases: 51* *28 in Red Lake *7 in Redby *4 in Ponemah *5 in Little Rock *7 in Bemidji (Resides in Bemidji - tested at RL IHS) Of the 51 active cases: *1 individual is in the hospital *29 are minors *14 adults were fully vaccinated Total cases: 738 Total...

 

President Biden had to choose and he went with the progressives

WASHINGTON – For well over a year now, President Joe Biden's vaunted negotiating style largely boiled down to this: I'm with you. After he vanquished Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary, he brought the liberal icon's ardent supporters into the fold by embracing much of the senator's platform even as he ran on unifying the country. When moderate Democrats came to...

 

Desperate, then offered quick cash

The money was supposed to last the rest of Stanley Turner's life. He was 5 when a collision hurled him and his sister from the car, leaving both with permanent brain damage. Doctors said Stanley would never live normally again. The insurance company for the driver at fault in the crash settled the Turner family lawsuit by...

 

MnDOT takes closer look at congested, crashprone stretches of Hwy. 252, I-94

Construction season is fast winding down for this year, but plans for future road construction and transit projects roll on. This week we'll learn a bit more about the Minnesota Department of Transportation's plan to upgrade Hwy. 252 through Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park and Interstate 94 in north Minneapolis as the agency...

 

Deadline extended to apply for school COVID testing money

Public and tribal schools in Minnesota will have until Oct. 15 to apply for grants that will help fund COVID-19 testing programs for students and staff. The initial deadline for the program was Oct. 1. The program, which is aimed at maximizing in-person learning, helps schools provide resources to slow the spread of COVID-19....

 

Upper Midwest renewable energy projects spark need for more power lines

Xcel Energy cut the size of the Crown Ridge II wind farm in South Dakota by one-third because of a growing problem on the Midwest's electricity grid: too much traffic. As more renewable energy is linked to the grid, transmission capacity is being strained. New projects are facing increasing costs - and longer waits - in...

 

COVID-19 deaths eclipse 700,000 in US as delta variant rages

It's a milestone that by all accounts didn't have to happen this soon. The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 eclipsed 700,000 late Friday - a number greater than the population of Boston. The last 100,000 deaths occurred during a time when vaccines - which overwhelmingly prevent deaths, hospitalizations and serious illness - were...

 

Crews race to limit damage from major California oil spill

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. - Crews on the water and on shore worked feverishly Sunday to limit environmental damage from one of the largest oil spills in recent California history, caused by a suspected leak in an underwater pipeline that fouled the sands of famed Huntington Beach and could keep the beaches there closed for weeks...

 

MNsure rates will rise, but federal tax breaks will save Minnesotans money

ST. PAUL - Rates for individuals who buy health insurance on MNsure, the state-run marketplace, will rise between 4.3 and 11.3 percent, the Minnesota Department of Commerce said Friday, Oct. 1. However, many Minnesotans will ultimately pay less in premiums thanks to tax credits from the American Rescue Plan passed by Congress...

 

Army to begin returning the 'unknowns' at Carlisle Indian Industrial School

CARLISLE, Pa.-Mary Kininnook (Tlingit) was one of nearly 200 children who died and were buried while students at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, the nation's first off-reservation Indian Boarding School. But you wouldn't know it by scouring the graveyard at the former school grounds. Despite historic records noting...

 

Supreme Court returns to in-person arguments as justice tests positive for COVID-19

The U.S. Supreme Court is returning to in-person arguments for the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the nation's highest court is running into snags that have plagued other institutions grappling with the ongoing health crisis. The court on Friday morning announced that Justice Brett Kavanaugh tested...

 

Interior Department to Hold Tribal Consultations on the Federal Boarding School Initiative

WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior today announced it would begin Tribal consultations as the next step of the Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative, a comprehensive review of the troubled legacy of federal boarding school policies. In June, Secretary Deb Haaland announced the Federal Boarding School Initiative directing the Department, under the supervision...

 

Joint Indigenous Organizations Statement About the Gabby Petito Case

Organizations: StrongHearts Native Helpline, Alaska Native Women's Resource Center, National Indigenous Women's Resource Center, Alliance of Tribal Coalitions to End Violence Several weeks of national mainstream news media coverage has been focused on Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old white woman who recently was reported missing and...

 

National Disability Employment Awareness Month Highlights Importance of Inclusive Hiring

ST. PAUL– Minnesotans with disabilities play a critical role in our economy and provide immense value to our work environments. October marks the 76th annual observation of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, which is themed as America’s Recovery: Powered by Inclusion. Minnesota’s economy and its competitiveness require the contributions of all people,...

 

Warriors Football Team loses 4th game of season to Menahga 72-0

The Red Lake Warriors football team hosted Menahga on Friday, October 1, 2021, losing 72-0. The loss sets them back to 0-4 on the season. They had lost to New York Mills 43-0, Red Lake County 42-8 and Lake Park-Audubon 51-0. The Warriors will host Walker-Hackensack-Akeley on Saturday, October 9, travel to Polk County West on...

 

Cass Lake-Bena defeats Lady Warriors in Red Lake, 3-1 - P5

Cass Lake-Bena defeated the Red Lake Lady Warriors on Tuesday, September 28, 2021, 3-1. Red Lake Jr. High team won their match 2-0, while the Junior Varsity lost 2-0....

 

End of Softball Season Celebration held in Redby - P6

The End of Softball Season Celebration was held in Redby at the Art Thunder Softball Field on Wednesday, September 22, 2021. It was their 29th year. They started registering for prizes at 5:00 PM by the bleachers with drawings to take place at 6:30 PM. They started feeding shortly after 5 PM, with a cup of lemonade from Tom...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow 2021: Saturday Afternoon Session - P18

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow 2021: Saturday Afternoon Session 48th Annual Obaashiing Labor Day Celebration 2021 Singing Contest results: 1st Place-Motown (6125pts) 2nd Place-Mandaree (5850pts) 3rd Place-Ptown (5735pts) 4th Place-Crossroads (5620pts) 5th Place-Southern Boyz (5595pts) 6th Place-Southern Style (5585pts) Blazing Bear...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow 2021: Friday Evening Session - P18

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow 2021: Saturday Afternoon Session 48th Annual Obaashiing Labor Day Celebration 2021 Singing Contest results: 1st Place-Motown (6125pts) 2nd Place-Mandaree (5850pts) 3rd Place-Ptown (5735pts) 4th Place-Crossroads (5620pts) 5th Place-Southern Boyz (5595pts) 6th Place-Southern Style (5585pts) Blazing Bear...

 

Redby "Honor The Youth" Powwow held on Saturday - P30

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

 

Red Lake Celebrates its own Independence Day: Tuesday Evening Pow Wow - P70

Red Lake celebrated its own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament was...

 

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