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Articles from the November 2, 2021 edition

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Rita Faye Marchaud

Rita Faye Marchaud July 28, 1957 - October 31, 2021 Rita Faye Marchaud, 64, of Lengby, Minnesota, died on Sunday, October 31, 2021 at Essentia Health in Fosston, Minnesota. A wake will begin on Wednesday, November 3, 2021 starting at 5:00 p.m. at the Rice Lake Community Center and continue until the time of service. Funeral...

 

Barbara Louise Staples

Barbara Louise Staples December 21, 1950 - October 29, 2021 Barbara Louise Staples, 70, of Cass Lake, MN, the last of 11 brothers and sisters, died Friday, October 29, 2021 at the Sanford Bemidji Medical Center in Bemidji. Funeral Services will be held at Thursday, November 4, 2021 at the Veteran's Memorial Building in Cass Lake...

 

Dale Edwin DeFoe

Dale Edwin DeFoe March 24, 1955 - October 30, 2021 Dale Edwin DeFoe, "Miskwaa-Aanekwad - Red Cloud", age 66 of Cloquet, MN, passed away on Saturday, October 30, 2021, in his home. He was born to Edward DeFoe and Josephine Smith on March 24, 1955, in Cloquet, where he lived on the Fond du Lac Reservation. Dale also lived in...

 

Minnesota reports first COVID-19 reinfection numbers

COVID-19 hasn't been a once-in-a-lifetime event for Big Lake substitute teacher Rebecca Schwirtz - or for more than 8,000 Minnesotans like her who have tested positive more than once for the infectious disease. Reinfection with the coronavirus has meant two prolonged COVID-19 illnesses, two basement isolations and two extended...

 

Manchin wavers on Biden's plan, Democrats vow to push ahead

WASHINGTON - Pivotal Sen. Joe Manchin wavered Monday on his support for President Joe Biden's sweeping $1.75 trillion domestic policy proposal, but Democratic leaders vowed to push ahead, with initial voting possible on the bill and a related $1 trillion infrastructure package in the House this week. The West Virginia...

 

Teenager charged in fatal shooting of boy, 12, turns himself in

Jeremiah Marquise Grady, the 18-year-old charged with second-degree murder in the Sept. 8 killing of 12-year-old London Bean, turned himself in to Minneapolis police Monday afternoon. Charges say Bean was shot Sept. 8 outside Grady's apartment building at N. 8th and Aldrich avenues after getting into a fight with another boy,...

 

Eden Prairie School Board special election follows resignations

A resignation on the Eden Prairie school board prompted a special election Tuesday that will now name two new members to the board after another member resigned this fall. The departures are among dozens of school board resignations this year amid COVID-19 and critical race theory controversies, with many school board members...

 

University of Minnesota to offer free or reduced tuition to Native American students

The University of Minnesota announced Monday it will offer free or reduced tuition to many Native American students attending its five campuses starting in fall 2022, expanding a cost waiver program it previously only offered at its Morris campus. U leaders touted the new initiative as one of the nation's "most comprehensive...

 

COVID-19's global death toll tops 5 million in under 2 years

The global death toll from COVID-19 topped 5 million on Monday, less than two years into a crisis that has not only devastated poor countries but also humbled wealthy ones with first-rate health care systems. Together, the United States, the European Union, Britain and Brazil - all upper-middle- or high-income countries -...

 

Leaders dial up doomsday warning to kick-start climate talks

GLASGOW, Scotland - World leaders turned up the heat and resorted to end-of-the-world rhetoric Monday in an attempt to bring new urgency to sputtering international climate negotiations. The metaphors were dramatic and mixed at the start of the talks, known as COP26. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson described global warming...

 

Mexican Day of the Dead: A Blood Bond to the Spirit World

It is October and the shrubs in my backyard begin to show signs of the inevitable New England foliage. As usual, this yearly ritual of nature is underpinned by an organic cadence which is as true in my adopted Boston as it is in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, or the beautiful vistas of the Southwest. Just as deep,...

 

Pandemic affecting Alaska Natives

Dr. Don Warne, Oglala Lakota, is an associate dean for medicine and health sciences based in North Dakota. He’s explains COVID-19 in Alaska and how Alaska Natives cases are high. Dianna Hunt, ICT's senior editor, brings us a story from Louisiana where Indigenous peoples are taking climate change seriously and personally. A slice of our Indigenous world A judge in South...

 

University of Minnesota establishes nation-leading tuition assistance program for Native American students

MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL (11/1/2021) - The University of Minnesota today announced a significant expansion of Native American student tuition support, a new initiative that will be among the nation's most comprehensive free and reduced tuition programs for Native American students. Starting in Fall 2022, the University will provide...

 

Reinfection cases added to COVID-19 web data today

As part of the data updates announced last Wednesday, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) today is adding the number of COVID-19 reinfections to the total shown under the Minnesota Case Overview of the Situation Update webpage. As of Nov. 1, Minnesota has had 8,184 instances of reinfections since the start of the pandemic. Of that total number, 587 were already included...

 

New health care contracts for metro-area families, children prioritize equity, collaboration with counties

New contracts for public health care programs serving families and children in the Twin Cities metro area will help Minnesota make progress on eliminating disparities and increasing equitable health outcomes. On Monday, the Minnesota Department of Human Services finalized $3.87 billion in managed care contracts to serve approximately 600,000 children, parents and pregnant peopl...

 

Red Lake "Treat Street" held on Sunday - P2

Red Lake "Treat Street" was held on Sunday, October 31, 2021 with numerous Programs participating in the event, which started at 2 PM and was scheduled to end at 4 PM....

 

Red Lake Elementary School celebrates Halloween on Friday - P2

The Red Lake Elementary School students celebrated Halloween on Friday, October 29, 2021 with an outdoor parade and treats for all the kids....

 

St. Mary's Mission School "Trunk or Treat" held on Friday - P2

St. Mary's Mission School "Trunk or Treat" was held on Friday, October 29, 2021 outside of their school area....

 

New Ponemah Ambulance Station Grand Opening held on October 18, 2021 - P11

The new Ponemah Ambulance Station Grand Opening was held on Monday, October 18, 2021 at 1 PM in Ponemah....

 

Red Lake Girl's Volleyball host Bug School; win 4-1 in session - P11

The Red Lake Girl's Volleyball team hosted Bug School on Monday, October 18th, winning 4-1 in the session. The Lady Warriors will be in the 8AA playoffs starting the week of October 25th....

 

Warriors Football Team lose 4th game of season to Menahga 72-0 - P23

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...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow 2021: Saturday Afternoon Session - P40

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 - P40

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...

 

Cass Lake-Bena defeats Lady Warriors in Red Lake, 3-1 - P28

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....

 

FDA paves way for Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations in young kids

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration on Friday paved the way for children ages 5 to 11 to get Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. The FDA cleared kid-size doses — just a third of the amount given to teens and adults — for emergency use, and up to 28 million more American children could be eligible for vaccinations as early as next week. One more regulatory hurdle...

 

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