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 By Maya Miller    News    August 4, 2021 

Air quality alert extended through Wednesday for northern Minnesota as wildfire smoke lingers

The smoke is back. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) has extended its air quality alert through Wednesday at 9 p.m. for the northern half of the state, according to a statement released Tuesday afternoon. Smoke from wildfires in Canada blanketed Minnesota starting last Thursday, although an area of high pressure has...

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

Masks required in Twin Cities government buildings, advised elsewhere

Minneapolis and St. Paul renewed mask mandates in city facilities on Tuesday and encouraged people in the Twin Cities, regardless of their vaccination status, to wear them indoors in response to a variant-fueled wave of COVID-19. While Minnesota has the ninth-lowest rate of new viral infections among states, according to a...

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

Charges: Unlicensed driver was drunk, speeding before plunging off road onto I-94 and killing his 1-year-old son

A man driving drunk and with a suspended license killed his 1-year-old son who was one of several children in a speeding SUV that veered off an overpass and onto the interstate below in Brooklyn Center, according to charges filed Tuesday. Hakeem O. Miller, 25, of Brooklyn Center, was charged in Hennepin County District Court...

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

Officer dead, suspect killed in violence outside Pentagon

WASHINGTON - A Pentagon police officer died after being stabbed Tuesday during a burst of violence at a transit center outside the building, and a suspect was shot by law enforcement and died at the scene. The Pentagon, the headquarters of the U.S. military, was temporarily placed on lockdown after a man attacked the officer on...

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

First-ever Conviction Review Unit begins accepting applications

August 3, 2021 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison today announced that the first-ever Conviction Review Unit (CRU) in Minnesota will begin accepting applications to review of potentially wrongful convictions. In June 2021, the CRU Advisory Board ratified one of the most expansive charters of a conviction review unit in the United States. It sets forth the...

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

Grants Bring Locally Grown Food to Schools

St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is looking for proposals for two Agricultural Growth, Research, and Innovation (AGRI) grants that aim to increase local purchasing in Farm to School programs. School districts across Minnesota could receive a total of $748,000 for purchasing Minnesota-grown and -raised foods used in school meal programs, through the...

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

What makes the COVID-19 variant different, and dangerous

PHOENIX – After a brief period of decline, COVID-19 cases are back on the rise in the United States and experts say the delta variant, now deemed to be as contagious as the chickenpox, is to blame. Delta, the name for the variant officially known as B.1.617.2, is a mutation of the original coronavirus strain. Originating in India, the World Health Organization called delta...

 
 By Steve Grove    News    August 4, 2021 

Evolving DEED's strategy in the CareerForce system to grow opportunity

Minnesota's CareerForce system, a network of partners designed to help Minnesotans find jobs, is essential to our economic recovery from the pandemic. DEED plays an important role in this system, and we're committed to evolving our efforts to better connect Minnesotans with family-sustaining work – and help employers find the...

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

COVID hits 23 in California schools, days after reopening

BRENTWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Two neighboring San Francisco Bay Area school districts on Monday reported 23 coronavirus infections among students and staff, just days after in-person classes resumed. Students returned to classrooms at Brentwood Union School District’s 11 schools last Wednesday. As of this week, the district has already recorded 13 coronavirus cases in...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 4, 2021 

Tornado rips through parts of Red Lake and Redby causing thousands of dollars in damages - P10

RED LAKE, MN - A confirmed tornado was reported by law enforcement about 33 miles north of Bemidji, with extremely high winds reported around 5 PM on Monday, July 26, 2021. This included the Red Lake and Redby areas on the Red Lake Indian Reservatuib, causing thousands of dollars in damages to buildings, motor vehicles and...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 4, 2021 

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Thursday Afternoon Pow Wow - P32

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 4, 2021 

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Wednesday Afternoon Pow Wow - P33

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 4, 2021 

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Wednesday Afternoon Parade - P28

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 4, 2021 

Red Lake Celebrates it's own Independence Day: Tuesday Evening Pow Wow - P30

Red Lake celebrated it's own Independence Day on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 starting with a feast at 4 PM at the Red Lake Humanities Center, followed by the first of three-days of pow wows and other activities. Some events were postponed due to rain and held on the following day. However, earlier in the day a Horseshoe Tournament...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 4, 2021 

2021 Red Lake High School Graduation held on Saturday, May 29, 2021 - P57

2021 Red Lake High School Graduation held on Saturday, May 29, 2021 GRADUATES: James Allen Beaulieu III Mimi Beaulieu-Morgan Kia Nicole Birr, Ryan Joseph Blackcloud Aaron Chaboyea Diamond A. Cloud-Sayers Lailah Eliza Dow Kacie Graves Arianna Moonlight Greene Denali Hart Delwyn E. Holthusen III Yolanda J. Infante Kyriah M....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 4, 2021 

Red Lake 2021 Kindergarten Graduation held at Red Lake Elementary School - P55

On Tuesday, May 25, 2021, Red Lake Elementary School held it;s annual Kindergarten Graduation at RLES, beginning at 10 AM and finishing up about noon. This year's event was a Drive-By type ceremony....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    August 4, 2021 

13 Students Graduate from Red Lake Nation College - P61

RED LAKE, MN - Red Lake History was made on Friday, May 21, 2021 with the first ever graduating class under their new Higher Learning Commission Accreditation. Congratulations to the Class of 2021 Graduates. The Graduates were: Charlene M. Anderson, (Ozaawas Benaisikwe) Selena Leigh Beasley, Kari Sue Cobenais, Michael A....

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

Indigenous fire stewardship promotes global biodiversity

The disruption of Indigenous-controlled fire use at the onset of colonization has resulted in high-severity fire activity, according to a new study by a research team at the University of Waterloo. The researchers examined how Indigenous fire stewardship-specifically cultural burning-reduces the risks of interface fires, which h...

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

Highly Anticipated Partnership Emerges Between Two Notable MN Brands; UNRL and the Minnesota Vikings

St. Paul, MN (August 3, 2021) – UNRL, an athleisure clothing brand based in St. Paul, Minnesota, announced today it has entered into a first-of-its-kind partnership with the NFL and the Minnesota Vikings. The UNRL x Minnesota Vikings collaboration will feature six co-branded sweatshirts that combine UNRL's high-end fabrics...

 
 News    August 4, 2021 

Chickasaw Nation's Dr. John Krueger recommends preparing for COVID-19 variant before fall

In a discussion with CNTV News' Quin Tran, Dr. John Krueger spoke of the COVID-19 virus delta variant, how it might impact the upcoming autumn months and what community members can do to protect themselves and their loved ones. "The virus has been mutating pretty consistently, as viruses do," Dr. Krueger said. "But this delta...

 

Law Enforcement Hold Processionals to Honor Red Lake Officer Ryan Bialke

Law enforcement from Red Lake and Bemidji commemorated a fallen officer today. The funeral of Red Lake Officer Ryan Bialke, who died in the line of duty last week, was held today at the Red Lake Humanities Building. After the funeral, the Bemidji Police Department held a processional in the streets of Bemidji on Paul Bunyan Drive NW, which was followed by a second processional...

 

US employers ratchet up the pressure on the unvaccinated

NEW YORK - Employers are losing patience with unvaccinated workers. For months, most employers relied on information campaigns, bonuses and other incentives to encourage their workforces to get the COVID-19 shot. Now, a growing number are imposing rules to make it more onerous for employees to refuse, from outright mandates to...

 

Minnesota vaccine numbers rise slightly amid variant risks

An uptick in weekly COVID-19 vaccinations in Minnesota has state health officials hopeful that people are heeding warnings about the latest variant-fueled wave of the infectious disease and getting more children lined up for shots before the start of the school year. While people in high-risk locations for coronavirus...

 

US hits 70% vaccination rate -- a month late, amid a surge

The U.S. on Monday finally reached President Joe Biden's goal of getting at least one COVID-19 shot into 70% of American adults -- a month late and amid a fierce surge by the delta variant that is swamping hospitals and leading to new mask rules and mandatory vaccinations around the country. In a major retreat in the Deep...

 

New month, worsening drought conditions in Minnesota

After one of the driest Julys on record in parts of Minnesota, the drought conditions affecting the region show no signs of letting up to start the month of August. In the Twin Cities, the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport ended July with just 0.87 inches of rain for the month - more than 3 inches below normal. Since...

 

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