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Monday, October 12, 2020 – COVID-19 Update and Information

Monday, October 12, 2020 – COVID-19 Update and Information. Red Lake Nation: Active cases: 1 (*1 in Little Rock District) Total cases: 65 Beltrami County: Active cases: 85 Total cases: 647 The Red Lake Hospital continues to perform regular COVID testing at the remote station outside the hospital. If you have any questions...

 
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A Message from the Red Lake Boys & Girls Club

We realize adjusting to the challenges of Distance Learning has added more responsibilities for parents and guardians of the Red Lake School District. We want to help with that! We are teaming up with Red Lake Americorps to provide tutoring for your kids/students. Starting Monday, October 19th; we will have mentors on site for...

 

Lucinda Renee Auginash

Lucinda Renee Auginash April 16, 1998 ~ October 10, 2020 (age 22) Lucinda Renee Cook-Auginash, age 22, passed away on Saturday, October 10, 2020, at her residence in Duluth, Minnesota. Lucinda was born April 16, 1998, to Jana Auginash and Donald Roman Cook, Jr. Lucinda was proud to be Ojibwe and loved the Red Lake Nation, the...

 

Barrett vows fair approach as justice, Democrats skeptical

WASHINGTON - Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett presented her approach to the law as conservative and fair on Monday at the start of fast-tracked confirmation hearings, while angry Democrats, powerless to stop her, cast her as a threat to Americans' health care coverage during the coronavirus pandemic. With her husband and...

 

Second COVID-19 peak spreading more broadly in Minnesota

A second peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Minnesota is hitting a wider swath of the state than in the spring. State health officials on Monday said the novel corona­virus that causes COVID-19 was centered earlier this year in the Twin Cities, long-term care facilities and large rural food-processing plants, but it's now...

 

Trump's children brought Secret Service money to the family business with their visits, records show

WASHINGTON – Eric Trump took his Secret Service agents to Trump golf courses in Scotland, as he led transatlantic tours for paying customers. Donald Trump Jr. took his protectors to the Trump hotel in Vancouver, stopping over on hunting trips to Canada. And Ivanka Trump took her Secret Service detail to the Trump golf club in...

 

2nd COVID-19 vaccine trial paused over unexplained illness

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. - A late-stage study of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine candidate has been paused while the company investigates whether a study participant's "unexplained illness" is related to the shot. The company said in a statement Monday evening that illnesses, accidents and other so-called adverse events...

 

Pandemic gives Minnesota high school game officials one more call to make

Football official Andrew Aller arrived at Apple Valley High School on Friday equipped with the type of white hat he has worn for the past 14 years and a black face covering, a new accessory this season. Officiating during the coronavirus pandemic gave Aller, 61, pause. But by Friday, he said he was secure in his decision and...

 

Pence says he didn't know a fly joined him at the debate

After inspiring a flurry of parody Twitter accounts, sold-out campaign merchandise and an extremely long "Saturday Night Live" sketch, Vice President Mike Pence has finally addressed the fly that landed in his hair during last Wednesday's debate. In an interview with Fox News, noted sense-of-humor-possessor Pence said he and...

 

Minnesota lawmakers extend special session in push for bonding bill

It could come down to six Republican legislators. For more than half a year, members of the Minnesota House have tried and failed to get a bipartisan supermajority for a major public works construction package. Local government leaders, unions and construction workers say the billion-dollar-plus borrowing proposal, known as a bonding bill, would provide a much-needed boost...

 

Washington state again fails to live-track murder hornet

SEATTLE — Washington state officials said Monday they were again unsuccessful at live-tracking a "murder" hornet while trying to find and destroy a nest of the giant insects. The Washington State Department of Agriculture said an entomologist used dental floss to tie a tracking device on a female hornet, only to lose signs of her when she went into a forest. The hornet was...

 

Indigenous People's Day Celebration at Paul Bunyan Park

Today is Indigenous People's Day, and to celebrate, Rock the Vote Native Style and 7th Generation is holding a celebration at Paul Bunyan Park around 3 p.m. According to a release, political and voter participation in Native American communities has surged over the past decade. In the 2018 midterms, two states sent the first...

 

Minnesota to require low-risk care homes be re-open to visitors

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Stressing the need to balance safety with the wellbeing of residents in long-term care, the Minnesota Department of Health loosened its guidance for nursing homes on Monday, Oct. 12. The new state policy will better conform with updated federal guidance, a change from merely allowing homes that have lower risk of COVID-19 spread to reopen for visitors, to...

 

Attorney General Ellison announces settlement with opioid manufacturer Mallinckrodt

October 12, 2020 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today announced that Minnesota has joined a group of 50 states and territories, along with local subdivisions, in a global settlement framework with the opioid manufacturer Mallinckrodt (MNK), its subsidiaries, and other affiliates. The agreement settles Minnesota’s investigation into Mallinckrodt,...

 

Why Rapid Coronavirus Tests in Schools May Not Be the 'Game Changer' Some Officials Hope For

School leaders around the country hope that a federal shipment of easy-to-use, rapid test kits will help them stop the coronavirus from spreading in their buildings—and will keep students and staff members who may otherwise have to quarantine in their classrooms. To use an Abbott BinaxNow rapid antigen test, a medical professional rubs a swab inside a patient’s nostrils...

 

Covid-19 May be the "Final Nail in the Coffin" for Rural Hospitals

ST. PAUL, Minn. — With the nation’s attention riveted on Covid-19, the Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) says the closures of the nation’s hospitals—170 closures of rural hospitals in the last 15 years and growing—is not getting the attention it should be receiving. “Patients in rural America are losing access to hospital care. They’re losing access...

 

Reach Out and Read Minnesota Partners with Bemidji Community Food Shelf to Distribute Children's Books to Families

Bemidji, Minnesota (October 7th, 2020) Reach Out and Read Minnesota recently provided 1,000 gently used children’s books for disbursement through the Bemidji Community Food Shelf. The books will be given to families visiting the food shelf to meet food needs. Reach Out and Read Minnesota typically provides brand new books for medical providers to gift families during...

 

Statement by Vice President Joe Biden on Indigenous People's Day

Jill and I are proud to join with Native communities and all Americans to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day. Native Americans have always honored their deep connection to the land and kept faith with the rich spiritual traditions and heritage of their ancestors, often in the face of policies and violence that sought to strip them of both. With boundless resilience and...

 

Red Lake Warriors lose home opener to Wadena-Deer Creek 50-6 - P3

Red Lake, MN - With just two weeks practice in a shortened season, the Red Lake Warrior football team hosted the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines on Friday, October 9, 2020, losing 50-6 in the late afternoon contest. Under MSHSL rules and regulations for COVID-19, it was a little different for fans, but not so much that the players...

 

Red Lake Warriors lose home opener to Wadena-Deer Creek 50-6 - P4

Red Lake, MN - With just two weeks practice in a shortened season, the Red Lake Warrior football team hosted the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines on Friday, October 9, 2020, losing 50-6 in the late afternoon contest. Under MSHSL rules and regulations for COVID-19, it was a little different for fans, but not so much that the players...

 

Warriors preparing for first football game of the 2020 season hosting Wadena - P4

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors continued to practice on Tuesday, October 7, 2020, getting ready for their first game of the season on Friday, October 9th at home against Wadena at 4 PM. At a Special School Board Meeting on Tuesday, September 22 the Red Lake School Board voted to allow a modified football and volleyball sea...

 

Looking Back to September 2007 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Sunday Afternoon Session - P6

Looking Back to September 2007 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Sunday Afternoon Session...

 

Looking Back to September 2011 - Red Lake Warrior High School Football against Kellhier-Northome - P21

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

 

Looking Back to May 2007 - Red Lake Elementary School 5th Grade Graduation - P15

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

 

'It's insulting:' Lawmakers denounce Montana's recognition of Columbus Day

More than a dozen states recognize the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples' Day. However, Montana is not among those states. Though some cities, including Bozeman and Missoula, observe Indigenous Peoples' Day, the state acknowledges this Monday, Oct. 12, as Columbus Day. https://www.greatfallstribune.com/story/news/2020/10/12/columbus-day-recognit...

 

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