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Articles from the October 15, 2020 edition

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Warriors Football Team drop to 0-2 with 41-8 loss to Bagley

The Red Lake Warriors Football Team dropped to 0-2 on the season with their 41-8 loss to Bagley on Wednesday, October 14, 2020. It was Bagley's first win of the season after losing their opener to Frazee 41-0 last Friday. Red Lake will host Pine River on Friday, October 23rd, travel to Cass Lake on October 30th, host...

 

Sharon Ann Barten

Sharon Ann Barten October 17, 1970 - October 12, 2020 Sharon Ann Barten, 49-year-old resident of Onamia, MN passed away on October 12, 2020 at her residence. A Funeral Ceremony will be held at 2 PM on Thursday, October 15, 2020 at the Vineland Burial Grounds on the Mille Lacs Reservation with Nazhike officiating. Arrangements...

 

Kelly J. Brown

Kelly J. Brown September 20, 1968 - October 04, 2020 Kelly Jay Brown, was born at 9:00 a.m. on September 20, 1968 at Mercy Hospital in Devils Lake ND and left us on Sunday morning, October 4, 2020 at which time we all died a little too. Kelly was the son of Kenneth and Florestine (White) Dunn. He went to grade school at St....

 

Claudia Kaye Brown

Claudia Kaye Brown January 19, 1978 - October 12, 2020 Claudia Kaye Brown, age 42, of Minneapolis, Minnesota journeyed to the Spirit World on Monday, October 12, 2020 at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was born on January 19, 1978 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of Dennis Brown Sr. and...

 

Minnesota reports 29 COVID-19 deaths, new antigen test data

Concerns over rising COVID-19 infection rates across Minnesota gave way Wednesday to a grim statistic: a spike in deaths. State health officials reported 29 COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday - the highest one-day total since June. "This reflects the increase in disease we have been seeing in the community for many weeks, with deaths...

 

House passes $1.9 billion infrastructure bonding bill

The Minnesota House passed a nearly $1.9 billion public works infrastructure package Wednesday that lawmakers and workers in the construction industry heralded as a critical economic stimulus amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Senate still needs to vote on the measure and could try to make changes. But getting enough support from...

 

Amy Coney Barrett keeps Democrats, Trump at bay in Senate hearing

WASHINGTON — Over and over, Amy Coney Barrett said she’d be her own judge if confirmed to the Supreme Court. But she was careful in two long days of Senate testimony not to take on the president who nominated her, and she sought to create distance between herself and past positions, writings on controversial subjects and even her late mentor. Barrett's confirmation to the S...

 

University of Minnesota leads recruitment to new COVID-19 antibody trial

The University of Minnesota is coordinating a federally funded COVID-19 trial to find out whether purified virus-fighting antibodies from as many as 10 donors can effectively treat one severe case of the infectious disease. The trial is an extension of the plasma therapies that have received federal emergency use authorization...

 

Longtime TSA agent at MSP Airport dies of COVID-19

A longtime Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employee at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport died Tuesday from complications associated with COVID-19. Gerald "Teddy" Girard began working for the TSA at the airport in December 2007, according to a TSA news release. He was certified to conduct security...

 

Twin Cities Halloween attractions switch to drive-through, drive-in or virtual haunts to be safe and scary

You’re trapped in your car on a dark night. You can’t get your engine to start. And somewhere outside, lurking in the fog, is a homicidal maniac. This isn’t the start of campfire ghost story or a creepy urban legend. It’s how one Twin Cities Halloween attraction is responding to a global pandemic. The Deadly Drive-In, being offered this month at Rosedale Center, is a...

 

After first taming virus, resurgence sends a shudder across Europe

LONDON – From France to Russia, from Britain to the Czech Republic, European leaders are confronting a surge in coronavirus cases that is rapidly filling hospital beds, driving up death tolls and raising the grim prospect of further lockdowns in countries already traumatized by the pandemic. The continent, which once compared...

 

Starting Monday, October 19, 2020, there will be no more drive-thru Pharmacy

Starting next Monday, October 19, 2020 - no more drive thru Pharmacy, you will pick up medication at the window inside....

 
 Events   

Bemidji Women's MARCH IN PLACE & Progressive Paddle 2020

Description: This year marks the centennial anniversary of Caucasian women’s suffrage - women of color weren’t granted those rights until decades later. Since 2017, people across the globe have been participating in the Women’s March movement. Traditionally the march is held in February but this event is occurring as a promotion for election day: Tuesday, November 3rd....

 

FILL IT FORWARD LAUNCHES ALWAYS GIVING COLLECTION, ANNOUNCES FUNDRAISING GOAL OF $100,000 TOWARDS CHARITABLE PARTNERS AROUND THE WORLD

GUELPH, ON | SEPTEMBER 29, 2020 - Fill it Forward, a Canadian company inspiring the world to reuse through its sustainable products, interactive technologies and global giving initiatives, celebrates the launch of the Fill it Forward - Always Giving Collection. Inspired by the need to give, especially during these unprecedented...

 

Level 3 Offender Sought by Minnesota Department of Corrections

St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Corrections (DOC) is seeking the public's assistance to help locate a Level 3 predatory offender who is wanted for violations of the conditions of his supervised release. Royce Anthony Drift was released from the St. Louis County jail on September 10, 2020 to Intensive Supervised...

 

State adding antigen test results to online COVID-19 data

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) announced today that it will begin posting on its website COVID-19 cases detected using new antigen testing equipment approved by the FDA under an emergency use authorization. In posting these cases, MDH is following the guidance of the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) – the independent professional body that...

 

MnDOT offers funding to develop Safe Routes to School programs

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota schools and communities wanting to develop safer places for students to walk and bicycle can apply for three different grant opportunities this fall through the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s Safe Routes to School program. Communities and schools can apply for planning assistance grants to help assess current conditions and create...

 

Red Lake Warriors lose home opener to Wadena-Deer Creek 50-6 - P7

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 - P8

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 - P6

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 - Red Lake Fisheries Meeting to Allow Fishing on the lake

Looking Back to September 2007 - Red Lake Fisheries Meeting to Allow Fishing on the lake...

 

Looking Back to September 2007 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Sunday Afternoon Session - P8

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 - P23

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 - P17

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

 

The Essential Traits of a Positive School Climate

The single most important job of the principal is creating a school environment where students feel safe, supported, engaged, and accepted, according to many child development and school leadership experts. The reason? Children who are afraid of bullying or fights have less bandwidth for learning. Negative emotions, such as feeling alienated or misunderstood, make it harder...

 

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