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Articles from the October 19, 2020 edition

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Red Lake Welcome Sign Defaced With Nazi Swastika and Trump 2020 Vandalism

RED LAKE INDIAN RESERVATION - Yesterday morning, the Red Lake Nation was notified that a welcome sign to the reservation was vandalized with a Nazi swastika and the words "Trump 2020" in black spray paint. However, because the sign is off the reservation, the Red Lake Nation, including the Red Lake Police Department, couldn't...

 

A Tour of the New Red Lake Community Center - P2

It was Friday October 9 when I returned to Red Lake. It was one day shy of six months, my last visit being the March 10, Tribal Council meeting. It is the longest time without a visit in 26 years by far. COVID kept this Gichi-mookomaan in Bemijigamaag for long time with all events and powwows cancelled or postponed. The first...

 

$5000.00 Reward for Information that leads to the conviction of person(s) defacing Red Lake Reservation Boundary Sign

$5000.00 Reward for Information that leads to the conviction of person(s) defacing Red Lake Reservation Boundary Sign See attachment....

 

Daisy Marie Green

Daisy Marie Green August 23, 1986 - October 12, 2020 Daisy Marie Green (Giizhigookwe), age 34, of Lonoke, Arkansas and formerly of Red Lake, MN journeyed to the Spirit World on Monday, October 12th, 2020 at UAMS Medical Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. She was born on August 23rd, 1986 in Minneapolis, MN to Angela Kay Green,...

 

For Democrats, Biden's lead fuels uncomfortable sense of deja vu

WASHINGTON – The polls are once again delivering feel-good boosts to Democrats: Joe Biden beats President Donald Trump by 10, 11 or 12 points nationally, depending on the day. His edge in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin averages eight. Experts promise better than 4-in-5 odds of a new president next year. But then the...

 

Vikings fall to 1-5 after dismal 40-23 loss to the Falcons

Slipping on a pair of headphones to assess a game in which his team had allowed 40 points for the second time this year, in a building where it had never done so before this season, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer sounded dumbstruck about how it had all happened. "It's hard for me to figure out how we can continue to get better and...

 

Star Tribune sports columnist Sid Hartman dies at age 100

Sid Hartman, who started selling newspapers in 1928 and wrote about sports for the Star Tribune for the ensuing decades, died Sunday. He was 100. "My father's extraordinary and resilient life has come to a peaceful conclusion surrounded by his family," his son, Chad Hartman, tweeted early Sunday afternoon. Sid Hartman also was...

 

1,715 new COVID-19 cases, 17 more deaths in Minnesota

Seventeen more people have died of COVID-19 in Minnesota, health officials reported Sunday. The Minnesota Department of Health reported a net increase of 1,715 new confirmed coronavirus infections, according to a data release. That brings the total number of cases confirmed in Minnesota to 122,812. Statewide, the pandemic's...

 

How the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally might have spread coronavirus across the Upper Midwest

It had been a long ride back from Sturgis, S.D., so when he first felt an ache at the back of his throat, Kenny Cervantes figured he was just tired. He'd traveled the 400-some miles on his Harley, rumbling through wide-open farm and prairie land on his way home to Riverdale, Neb., where his girlfriend was waiting. A lifelong...

 
 By Paul Walsh    News    October 19, 2020

Woodbury man ID'd as latest of Minneapolis' 68 homicide victims this year

A man shot late last week and found dead in a south Minneapolis neighborhood has been identified, authorities said. Mohamed Abdirasak Ahmed, 25, of Woodbury, was shot multiple times Wednesday night in the 3500 block of 19th Avenue S. and died at the scene, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office said. Police had yet to announce an arrest in connection with Ahmed's death,...

 

Administrative law judge upholds Minnesota PCA decisions on Enbridge pipeline

An administrative law judge has found that Minnesota pollution regulators properly considered the construction impacts of Enbridge's controversial new pipeline, a blow to the oil pipeline's opponents. The ruling by Judge James LaFave stems from a challenge to the draft water permits for the pipeline's construction, which were...

 

Judge: Groups didn't prove Line 3 construction could damage wetlands, streams

An administrative law judge said opponents of Enbridge's proposed Line 3 oil pipeline did not prove construction of the project would harm wetlands and streams. In a non-binding recommendation issued Friday, Judge James LaFave said the coalition of environmental and tribal groups failed to meet the burden of proof in a contested...

 

Red Lake Nation sign defaced with Nazi swastika/Trump 2020

PONEMAH, Minn. - A boundary sign near the Red Lake Reservation was vandalized with a Nazi swastika and the words "2020 Trump." The Red Lake Band is now offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the conviction of the persons responsible for defacing the sign. https://www.bemidjipioneer.com/news/cr...

 

DEA Take-Back Day October 24, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,

On October 24, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., The Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force will be participating in the Drug Enforcement Administration's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Expired, unwanted, and unused prescription medication can be brought to the Beltrami County Law Enforcement Center, located at 613 Minnesota...

 
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COVID-19 Community Testing

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) works in partnership with communities to provide safe and free on-site COVID-19 testing in areas with outbreaks, increasing cases, or other barriers to access existing test sites. Visit COVID-19 Community Testing to sign up for an appointment or learn more. COVID-19 Community Testing The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) works in...

 

HELP WANTED - RED LAKE TRADING POST AND C-STORE

We are excited to announce that Hotstuff Pizza will be coming to the Trading Post and the C-store soon!! With that we have deli positions open for people who are productive, enjoy working with others, able to lift 40 lbs, can maintain a clean and sanitary kitchen environment and exhibit great attendance. Stop by and fill out an...

 

Red Lake Warriors lose home opener to Wadena-Deer Creek 50-6 - P11

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 - P12

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...

 

Looking Back to August 2006 - Math Conference held at Red Lake Elementary School

Looking Back to August 2006 - Math Conference held at Red Lake Elementary School...

 

Looking Back to September 2007 - Red Lake Fisheries Meeting to Allow Fishing on the lake - P3

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 - P10

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 - P25

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

 

Governor and Lt. Governor, Commissioner Grove Host Manufacturing Discussion

St. Paul - Governor Tim Walz, Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan and Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) Commissioner Steve Grove engaged Wednesday in a virtual roundtable discussion with ten leaders from around Minnesota about how the manufacturing industry is doing during the pandemic and key issues it’s facing in the future. Manufacturing, which has...

 

Feature Series: Leaders in Domestic Violence - Lori Jump, Director, StrongHearts Native Helpline

In recognition of Native American leadership in the field of domestic and sexual violence, StrongHearts Native Helpline is presenting a series of columns featuring individuals making a difference in Indian Country. We begin the series with our leader, Lori Jump (Sault Ste. Marie Chippewa), director of StrongHearts Native Helplin...

 

New, Returning, and Continuing NIEA Board Members take on challenges facing Native Students, Educators, and Communities During a Pandemic

Washington, DC – The National Indian Education Association (NIEA), the leading Native education advocacy organization, has elected five Native leaders to join an already dedicated board of directors. NIEA Board of Directors is comprised of a committed and compassionate team of educators, community and tribal leaders, parents, grandparents, and business owners. “It is an...

 

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