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 News    August 5, 2020 

Minnesota's COVID-19 case growth now standing out

The national COVID-19 map has turned upside-down in one way, with Minnesota and some other northern states reporting more growth in cases over the past two weeks than southern and western states hard-hit by the pandemic this summer. Minnesota's average daily count of new lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases has increased 11% over the...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Man is shot to death in Minneapolis for the city's 42nd homicide of the year

A man was fatally shot in Minneapolis Tuesday night, bringing the city’s death toll to 42. The shooting comes amid a violent trend in the city since the police killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day, with homicides doubling the pace of a year ago. Police said they responded to a report of shots fired and a man down about 5:15 p.m. in the area of 19th Street and S. Elliot...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Massive Beirut blast kills more than 70, injures thousands

BEIRUT - A massive explosion rocked Beirut on Tuesday, flattening much of the city's port, damaging buildings across the capital and sending a giant mushroom cloud into the sky. More than 70 people were killed and 3,000 injured, with bodies buried in the rubble, officials said. It was not clear what caused the blast, which...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Bumper Minnesota corn crop on tap as prices founder

Corn farmers in Minnesota are preparing for a near-record harvest thanks to a smooth, fast spring planting and favorable summer weather. Problem is, corn prices are horrible. The state's corn crop was 97% silking on Monday, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). That's well ahead of the five-year average for...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Red Lake Nation to distribute economic impact payments

RED LAKE -- In line with other area tribes, Red Lake Nation announced recently it will distribute economic impact payments of $1,000 to qualified band members. In order to qualify for the one-time payment, enrolled members must be at least 18 years old as of July 31 and have suffered economic impacts due to COVID-19, according to a notification from the Red Lake Tribal...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Operation Lady Justice Task Force Opens Second Cold Case Office in Rapid City, South Dakota

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, officials from the U.S. Departments of the Interior and Health and Human Services announced the opening of the second of seven cold case offices established through an initiative of Operation Lady Justice to investigate cold cases involving missing and murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives. Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump joined...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Pursuit apprehension leads to stolen pistol, two stolen vehicles and drug possession charges

GRANT VALLEY TOWNSHIP, BELTRAMI COUNTY: On July 28, 2020 at approximately 0615 hours, A Beltrami County Deputy Sheriff witnessed two vehicles being operated recklessly on Beltrami Line Road SW (Beltrami CASH #48) in Grant Valley Township, approximately 4 miles southwest of Bemidji. The Deputy was able to catch up to the fleeing...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Minnesota Sheriff's Association Scholarship Program

BELTRAMI COUNTY: Sheriff Ernie Beitel of Beltrami County announced today the commencement of the Law Enforcement Scholarship Program for 2020. Sheriff Beitel proudly announced that the MSA Board of Directors has established a scholarship fund for the awarding of up to 15- $600 scholarships for this year. These scholarships are due to the coordinated efforts of the 87 Sheriffs...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Revealed: oil giants help fund powerful police groups in top US cities

Big corporations accused of driving environmental and health inequalities in black and brown communities through toxic and climate-changing pollution are also funding powerful police groups in major US cities, according to a new investigation. Some of America’s largest oil and gas companies, private utilities, and financial institutions that bankroll fossil fuels also back...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 5, 2020 

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 - P15

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 at the Redby Community Church....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 5, 2020 

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 - P16

Sheri Clark and Alvie Downwind Wedding of Saturday, July 25, 2020 at the Redby Community Church....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 5, 2020 

Looking Back to 2013 - Easter Activities in Red Lake and Redby - P12

Looking Back to 2013 - Easter Activities in Red Lake and Redby...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 5, 2020 

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Friday Night Session - P20

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Friday Night Session...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 5, 2020 

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Monday Session - P20

Looking Back to 2011 - Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Monday Session...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 5, 2020 

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Parade - P22

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Parade...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 5, 2020 

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P22

Looking Back to 2011 - Red Lake Fair & Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

American Indian College Fund Congratulates Tribal College Faculty and Staff Completing Master's and Terminal Degrees

Denver, Colo.—August 4, 2020– The American Indian College Fund is announcing the graduation of seven tribal college and university faculty members who participated in the College Fund’s Mellon Master’s and Mellon Faculty Career Enhancement programs. Both programs develop new education leaders who are committed to continuing their work at TCUs serving Native American...

 
 By Shane Blair    News    August 5, 2020 

August Weed of the Month: An Update on Palmer Amaranth After Years of Treatment in Minnesota

Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) was first found in Minnesota in 2016. Since then, small infestations have been documented along with identified pathways. Palmer amaranth was originally brought into the state via a contaminated conservation seed mix and was planted in 34 plantings across Lyon and Yellow Medicine counties....

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

This Drone Made the First Home Delivery in the United States

On October 19, 2019 a hook made of yellow plastic gently lowered a cardboard parcel onto a lawn in western Virginia. At the other end of the tether, some 23 feet overhead buzzed drone A1229. When the package touched down the yellow hook released and ascended back into the sky, sending A1229 speeding off at more than 60 miles...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Black activism ripples through Indian Country and beyond

As Indian Country joins the nation in honoring the legacy of civil rights icon John Lewis, we are reminded of the leadership of Black people, past and present, in demanding equality and justice for people of color. From slavery and voting rights battles to the long hot summer of 1967 to the chaotic summer of 2020, Black leaders have paved the way for change for Native...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Cherokee Nation announces elder assistance initiative to help cover financial impact of COVID-19

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (KFOR) – A local Native American tribe is working to make sure its elders are protected from the financial effects of COVID-19. As part of the Cherokee Nation Respond, Recover and Rebuild spending plan, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. announced a $45 million elder assistance initiative, which will help Cherokee elders and those in need with costs related to...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Police violence, racism must stop, say demonstrators who forced meeting with police in Thunder Bay, Ont.

Demonstrators with a group called 'Not One More Death' are calling for an end to police brutality and more public accountability from the Thunder Bay Police Service. A group of about a dozen people gathered outside police headquarters on Balmoral Street on Tuesday but postponed their plans to plant a tree, without a permit, after a First Nations elder from the group met...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Getting a Knack for NAC

Abstract N-acetyl-cysteine, N-acetylcysteine, N-acetyl cysteine, and N-acetyl-L-cysteine are all designations for the same compound, which is abbreviated as NAC. NAC is a precursor to the amino acid cysteine, which ultimately plays two key metabolic roles. Through its metabolic contribution to glutathione production, cysteine participates in the general antioxidant activities...

 
 News    August 5, 2020 

Important COVID-19 Bulletin

Important COVID-19 Bulletin...

 

COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Relief Program

The program provides for a $1000 payment to enrolled members who have suffered economic impacts. Applicants must certify that funds will be used for emergency needs....

 

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