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Articles from the November 1, 2023 edition


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  • Delwyn Holthusen Sr.

    Nov 1, 2023

    Delwyn Holthusen Sr. July 18, 1940 ~ October 29, 2023 (age 83) Delwyn Earl Holthusen Sr. (Sonny) was born July 18th, 1940, in Red Lake, MN, the son of Reinhard and Tillie (Smith) Holthusen. He was raised and Educated in Grygla Goodridge. Delwyn had daughters with his first wife Peggy Morse. Remarried in 1977 to Mildred (Millie) Strong and had one son Delwyn Holthusen Jr. Delwyn worked at Numerous jobs such as mining, Rancher in Montana, logger, trapper, fisherman, Captain of Police until his...

  • Shyne Barrett

    Nov 1, 2023

    Shyne Barrett October 28, 2004 - October 27, 2023 Shyne Barrett, 18, of Red Lake passed away on Friday October 27, 2023 at her home. Traditional services are at Noon on Thursday Nov. 2, 2023 at the Old Little Rock Community Center. A wake will begin at 1:00 pm at the Red Lake Nation Line on Highway # 89 at 1 Pm on Wednesday November 1 and will continue until the time of the services at the Old Little Rock Community Center. Interment will be at the Barrett Family Cemetery. Shyne "Karis" Barrett,...

  • Autumn Raquel Lane

    Nov 1, 2023

    Autumn Raquel Lane April 4, 1995 - October 28, 2023 A full obituary will be published soon. All-night visitation: Friday, November 3, 2023 - 6:00 P.M. Church of Gichitwaa Kateri Minneapolis, Minnesota Funeral Service: Saturday, November 4, 2023 - 11:00 A.M. Church of Gichitwaa Kateri Minneapolis, Minnesota...

  • Vikings deal for Cardinals quarterback Joshua Dobbs in wake of Kirk Cousins' injury

    Nov 1, 2023

    The Vikings will give Jaren Hall the first chance to start at quarterback in place of Kirk Cousins on Sunday in Atlanta. Before the NFL's trade deadline on Tuesday, they gave themselves another veteran they could turn to later this season. The team acquired Joshua Dobbs in a trade with the Cardinals on Tuesday afternoon, sending a sixth-round pick to Arizona for a conditional seventh-round pick and the quarterback who started the Cardinals' first eight games of the year. The deal was the first...

  • Target Corp. insurer sues global shipping giant for losing $5.8M of retail goods

    Nov 1, 2023

    A Target Corp. insurer sued a global shipping company after a 2021 incident allegedly sent $5.8 million in consumer goods overboard, plunging into the North Pacific Ocean. New York-based Starr Indemnity & Liability Co. sued Copenhagen-based Maersk in the Southern District of New York on Oct. 18. The lawsuit indicated that between Jan. 12, 2021, and Feb. 4, 2021, a ship picked up cargo at the ports of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and Yantian District, China, for transport to California on the...

  • Minneapolis City Council deadlocks over Third Precinct police station

    Nov 1, 2023

    A split Minneapolis City Council deadlocked Tuesday on whether to move ahead with the latest proposed location for a new Third Precinct police station. The council voted 6-6 on whether to green-light the purchase of a building and parking lot at 2633 Minnehaha Av. The tie vote meant the proposal failed to move ahead with the council's endorsement. However, the idea is slated to come up again in a matter of days — and it's possible the result could be different. The location is the most recent to be pushed by Mayor Jacob Frey, who pitched it...

  • Israeli airstrikes crush apartments in Gaza refugee camp, as ground troops battle Hamas militants

    Nov 1, 2023

    KHAN YOUNIS, Gaza Strip - A barrage of Israeli airstrikes leveled apartment buildings in a refugee camp near Gaza City on Tuesday, with rescuers clawing through the destruction to pull men, women and children from the rubble. Israel said the strike, which targeted a senior Hamas military leader, destroyed a militant command center and an underground tunnel network. The toll from the attack in the Jabaliya camp was not immediately known. The director of the nearby hospital where casualties were...

  • Convicted rapist escapes from southern Minnesota jail and remains on the run

    Nov 1, 2023

    A convicted rapist has escaped from a southern Minnesota jail and remains on the run. Leonardo Lopez Jr., 36, fled from the Watonwan County jail in St. James shortly before 7 p.m. Monday, and remained a fugitive as of midday Tuesday, the Sheriff's Office said. Chief Sheriff's Deputy Mark Slater said Lopez fled "as he was being transferred from one area of the jail to another." https://www.startribune.com/convicted-rapist-escapes-southern-minnesota-jail-leonardo-lopez-watonwan...

  • Southern California wildfire prompts evacuation order for thousands as Santa Ana winds fuel flames

    Nov 1, 2023

    AGUANGA, Calif. - Hundreds of firefighters aided by aircraft on Tuesday battled a wind-driven wildfire that damaged or destroyed at least nine buildings in rural Southern California and prompted authorities to order 4,000 residents to evacuate. Gusty Santa Ana winds spread the Highland Fire over about 4 square miles (10 square kilometers) of brushy hills near the Riverside County hamlet of Aguanga after it broke out Monday afternoon. Three structures were confirmed destroyed and six others were...

  • France vows a 'merciless fight' against antisemitism after anti-Jewish graffiti is found in Paris

    Nov 1, 2023

    PARIS - French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne on Tuesday vowed a ''merciless fight'' against surging antisemitism after residents of the French capital discovered anti-Jewish graffiti on buildings in several districts. The discovery comes weeks into the Israel-Hamas war in which thousands of Israelis and Palestinians have been killed and hundreds of Israelis have been taken hostage by the militants in Gaza. ''The situation in the Middle East does not justify antisemitism,'' Borne told the...

  • North Dakota woman accused of fatally poisoning her boyfriend hours after he received an inheritance

    Nov 1, 2023

    A North Dakota woman is accused of fatally poisoning her boyfriend with antifreeze after learning that he planned to break up with her after he received a large inheritance. Steven Riley Jr., 51, became ill when he met with a lawyer Sept. 3 to get the money, witnesses told investigators, according to Minot Police Department records. The girlfriend, Ina Thea Kenoyer, called 911 the next day, and paramedics found Riley unresponsive. He was hospitalized and died Sept. 5. Kenoyer, 47, has been charged with AA felony murder, the most severe murder...

  • Search for Bemidji teen Jeremy Jourdain continues 7 years after his disappearance

    Nov 1, 2023

    BEMIDJI - On the seventh anniversary of the disappearance of Jeremy Jourdain, law enforcement is continuing to investigate leads and tips from the public. Jourdain went missing on Oct. 31, 2016, at the age of 17. He was last seen in the area of Sixth Street Southeast and Wood Avenue Southeast in Bemidji. According to a release from the Bemidji Police Department, he was last seen wearing a blue and gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, and black and white Air Jordan shoes. https...

  • 150,000 victims lost $300M to decades-long telemarketing scam

    Nov 1, 2023

    Federal prosecutors in Minneapolis were expected to rest their case Monday in the trial of three people charged in a $300 million telemarketing scam involving dozens of defendants. Authorities say 150,000 victims across the country unwittingly signed up for magazine subscriptions that they did not want, and some lost tens of thousands of dollars. Amondo Antoine Miller, Tashena Lavera Crump and Ballam Hazeakiah Dudley are among five dozen defendants in the case. Most have pleaded guilty and many have cooperated with the government. About 10...

  • DEED Announces New Targeted Population Workforce Programs

    Nov 1, 2023

    St. Paul -- The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) today launched its new $50 million Targeted Population Workforce Programs initiative, which focuses on skills training and support services to bring populations of workers who have been historically overlooked and often face multiple barriers to employment – particularly people of color – into the workforce at family-sustaining wages. “DEED is delivering for Minnesota’s workforce, employers and the workforce development organizations that help to connect...

  • Verna Volker Takes Native Women Running to the TCS New York City Marathon

    Nov 1, 2023

    From just starting to run in her 30s to building an entire running organization that is going to compete in the TCS New York City Marathon this week, Verna Volker (Diné,) looks back on the growth of Native Women Running with great pride. "I was athletic, but I never took up running when I was younger," said Volker, who created Native Women Running, an organization that strives to increase Indigenous visibility in the running world. "I was taking care of everyone but myself when I got older,...

  • The U.S. Promised Tribes They Would Always Have Fish, but the Fish They Have Pose Toxic Risks

    Nov 1, 2023

    Series: Broken Promises: Salmon Disappear From the Pacific Northwest Before building dams on the Columbia River, the U.S. guaranteed the tribes of the Pacific Northwest salmon forever. But the system it created to prevent the extinction of salmon has failed, and a way of life is ending. Salmon heads, fins and tails filled baking trays in the kitchen where Lottie Sam prepped for her tribe's spring feast. The sacred ceremony, held each year on the Yakama reservation in south-central Washington,...

  • Hopi leader tells panel that red tape, financial hurdles put aid out of reach

    Nov 1, 2023

    WASHINGTON – The chairman of the Hopi tribe told a Senate panel Wednesday that promises of federal funding remain just that – promises – for smaller tribes for whom the money is inaccessible because of bureaucratic and financial hurdles. The remarks by Hopi Chairman Timothy Nuvangyaoma were part of a Senate Indian Affairs Committee roundtable on challenges tribes are facing in getting projects approved under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the Inflation Reduction Act and others. Other...

  • Treat Street at the Red Lake Humanities Center held on Halloween 2023

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Nov 1, 2023

    Treat Street at the Red Lake Humanities Center held on Halloween 2023...

  • Treat Street at the Red Lake Humanities Center held on Halloween 2023 - P2

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Nov 1, 2023

    Treat Street at the Red Lake Humanities Center held on Halloween 2023...

  • Red Lake Ogichidaag Robotics Team 7235 competed in Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference Championship - P2

    Sandy Ketterling, RLHS|Nov 1, 2023

    Red Lake Ogichidaag Robotics Team 7235 competed in the Northern Minnesota Robotics Conference Championship in Babbit, Minnesota on October 27 & 28. Nine students with Coaches Sandy Ketterling, Tami Liberty, and mentor Dwight Ketterling spent two days competing with their robot, Albert. They were selected to compete in the finals as part of an alliance with 3102 Nevis Tech-No-Tigers and 3277 Pro-Digi from Thief River Falls. This alliance placed Third. Northern MN Robotics Conference...

  • Red Lake Boys & Girls Club Halloween Party held on Monday, October 30, 2023 - P2

    RLBGC|Nov 1, 2023

    Red Lake Nation Boys & Girls Club: Another successful Halloween party. We had 243 club members sign in today! We had a lot of great costumes and cool prizes to give away! Thank you everyone that came out and enjoyed the festivities...

  • OMBIMINDWAA GIDINAWEMAAGANINAADOG GRAND OPENING HELD ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2023 - P14

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Nov 1, 2023

    OMBIMINDWAA GIDINAWEMAAGANINAADOG GRAND OPENING HELD ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2023 Lakeland News: Red Lake Holds Grand Opening for Intergenerational Wellness Building https://lptv.org/red-lake-holds-grand-opening-for-intergenerational-wellness-building/ Red Lake opens new Intergenerational Wellness Building RED LAKE - In another step toward addressing historical trauma and community needs, Red Lake held a grand opening ceremony for its new Intergenerational Wellness Building on Wednesday,...

  • Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team edged by Cass Lake; Jr. High and Jr. Varsity also lose their games - P15

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Nov 1, 2023

    Red Lake Girls Volleyball Team edged by Cass Lake; Jr. High and Jr. Varsity also lose their games Parent Appreciation Night also celebrated on last home game of season...

  • Warriors lose Homecoming Game to Mahnomen Waubun - P17

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Nov 1, 2023

    Mahnomen-Waubun at Red Lake Recap by Keyla Hegreberg FB: Mahnomen-Waubun 40 at Red Lake 14 The Mahnomen Waubun Thunderbirds scored on their first 5 possessions enroute to a 40-14 win over Red Lake. The Thunderbirds kept the attack on the ground breaking big runs, and on the defensive side they were able to keep Red Lakes offense in the negative yards catagory. Red Lake did break a couple of longer plays in the 4th quarter to put some points on their brand new score board. The Thunderbirds are...

  • Lady Warriors Volleyball Team winners over Fon du Lac 3-0 - P17

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Nov 1, 2023

    Lady Warriors Volleyball Team winners over Fon du Lac in set, 3-0 Lady Warriors Junior Varsity also victorious in their match Highlights Lakeland News: https://youtu.be/tTtcM9fqcPc?si=oL2l3YKYY2VRvQZA...

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