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Articles from the January 28, 2013 edition

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Everyday lives of Red Lake students become part of museum exhibit

A group of Red Lake students shine as the stars of a new display in the “Then Now Wow” exhibit at the Minnesota History Center. Jayln Isaham had heard stories like these before: American Indian children removed from their families, forced to live and work in...

 

Lady Warriors go to 10-5 with 87-50 win over Minnesota Transitions School

Lady Warriors go to 10-5 with 87-50 win over Minnesota Transitions School...

 

Lady Warriors go to 10-5 with 87-50 win over Minnesota Transitions School - P2

Lady Warriors go to 10-5 with 87-50 win over Minnesota Transitions School - P2...

 

Lady Warriors go to 10-5 with 87-50 win over Minnesota Transitions School - P3

Lady Warriors go to 10-5 with 87-50 win over Minnesota Transitions School - P3...

 

Lady Warriors go to 10-5 with 87-50 win over Minnesota Transitions School - P4

Lady Warriors go to 10-5 with 87-50 win over Minnesota Transitions School - P4...

 

Thunder Sworn in as Minneapolis Officer - P4

Minneapolis Police Officers sworn in at the Walker Art Center on January 15, 2012. One of those sworn in was Officer Rob Thunder, son of retired Minneapolis Police Officer, Robert Thunder....

 

Thunder Sworn in as Minneapolis Officer - P5

Minneapolis Police Officers sworn in at the Walker Art Center on January 15, 2012. One of those sworn in was Officer Rob Thunder, son of retired Minneapolis Police Officer, Robert Thunder....

 

Thunder Sworn in as Minneapolis Officer - P6

Minneapolis Police Officers sworn in at the Walker Art Center on January 15, 2012. One of those sworn in was Officer Rob Thunder, son of retired Minneapolis Police Officer, Robert Thunder....

 

Lady Warriors end 3-game losing streak with 75-56 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley - P9

Lady Warriors end 3-game losing streak with 75-56 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley - Improve to 9-5 on the season. Girls will host Minnesota Transitions on Saturday, January 26, 2013 at 2 PM....

 

Lady Warriors end 3-game losing streak with 75-56 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley - P10

Lady Warriors end 3-game losing streak with 75-56 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley - Improve to 9-5 on the season. Girls will host Minnesota Transitions on Saturday, January 26, 2013 at 2 PM....

 

Lady Warriors end 3-game losing streak with 75-56 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley - P11

Lady Warriors end 3-game losing streak with 75-56 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley - Improve to 9-5 on the season. Girls will host Minnesota Transitions on Saturday, January 26, 2013 at 2 PM....

 
 By Justin Glawe    News    January 28, 2013

Beaver Pride Hardwater Classic: Jeff Iceman, 500 anglers try luck on Lake Bemidji

BEMIDJI – In a city of temporary homes, Jeff Iceman was an island of minimalism. Yes, his name is Iceman. The village began taking shape early Saturday, when trucks carrying portable canvas fish houses and supplies for the Beaver Pride Hardwater Classic flowed onto...

 

Louetta Schoenrock

Louetta Jean Schoenrock, “Inyan Toh wi (Blue Stone Woman) age 41 of Summit, South Dakota journeyed to the Spirit World on Tuesday, January 22, 2013. She was born on November 11, 1971 in Sisseton, South Dakota the daughter of Jeff & Rose Schoenrock. Louetta was named...

 

The Red Lake Nation Newspaper New Online Version

The Red Lake Nation Newspaper New Online Version - January 18, 2013 Edition...

 

The Red Lake Nation Newspaper New Online Version

The Red Lake Nation Newspaper New Online Version - January 25, 2013 Edition...

 

One dead, one injured after Detroit Lakes shooting

men were shot, one fatally, earlier that day. Ronald Matthew Quiceno was arrested without incident Saturday at his Detroit Lakes residence and booked on probable cause of second-degree murder and other related charges. According to authorities, shortly after 1 a.m.,...

 

Hopkins School District takes science ed down to the next level

Underneath giant ABCs posters in a Minnetonka preschool classroom, colorful wall signs name off basic vocabulary of a different kind: slope, velocity and hypothesis....

 

Edina parents resist pre-Labor Day school start

Edina parents are intensifying pressure on school leaders before a decision Monday on whether to start school in August -- a controversial pre-Labor Day start that hundreds of parents oppose....

 

Pentagon plans to expand its cyber-security force

WASHINGTON - The Pentagon has approved a major expansion of its cyber-security force over the next several years, more than quadrupling its size to bolster the nation's ability to defend critical computer systems and conduct offensive computer operations against foreign adversaries, according to U.S....

 

Aging America: Shelters being offered as abuse of elderly grows along with population

MASON, Ohio - She raises her hands to her snow-white hair in a gesture of frustrated bewilderment, then slowly lowers them to cover eyes filling with tears. The woman, in her 70s, is trying to explain how she wound up in a shelter that could well be where she spends the rest of her life....

 

North Dakota struggles to cope with its oil-boom prosperity

WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- His tan overalls splattered with oil field mud, 41-year-old trucker Scott Brevig sat next to his semitrailer truck inside a rented machine shop and cracked open a Full Throttle energy drink. It was 9:45 p.m....

 

State ready to get tougher on trash

Burning more of Minnesota's garbage and putting less in landfills has been the state's goal for years, but every day in Elk River, full garbage trucks rumble past a garbage-to-energy recycling center to dump their contents at the landfill next door....

 

What Shawn Atleo wants from Stephen Harper: real change, real commitment

Shawn Atleo relies on no small degree of understatement when he describes the most recent chapter of the relationship between first nations and the rest of Canada as “challenging.”...

 

A critical mass of comments

An article subtitled Idle No More commenters could use some lessons in critical thinking attracted more than 1,615 comments....

 

A guide to the Idle No More movement, treaties and legislation

Idle No More marches. Chiefs and the prime minister at odds over treaties. Liquid diets in teepees on the Ottawa River. It's easy to be confused about all that has happened in the last six weeks among Canada's aboriginal people....

 

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