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46th Annual BSU Pow-wow held in Bemidji

The 46th Annual BSU Pow-wow was held in Bemidji on Saturday, November 18, 2017, at Bemidji State University....

 

46th Annual BSU Pow-wow held in Bemidji - P2

The 46th Annual BSU Pow-wow was held in Bemidji on Saturday, November 18, 2017, at Bemidji State University....

 

Bemidji Pioneer: Council of Indian Students hosts 46th annual pow-wow at BSU

BEMIDJI-Drums thundered as dancers streamed into the arena, and soon the fieldhouse at Bemidji State University was filled with music and movement. The university's Council of Indian Students hosted it's annual pow-wow Saturday-the largest student-run event on campus...

 

Red Lake man pleads guilty to robbery, burglary

BEMIDJI—A Red Lake man accused of burglary and robbery pleaded guilty to two felony charges Monday. Derek Jon Paddy, 21, was charged with one count of simple robbery in October 2016. According to a criminal complaint, Paddy and another man attacked a woman and her boyfriend outside of their apartment in Wilton on...

 

Cowgirls Pull Away from Pioneers in the Fourth, 61-51 - P3

DENVER – The University of Denver women's basketball team fell at home, 61-51 to Wyoming on Thursday night. Despite getting the game within five points in the fourth, the Pioneers could not complete the comeback. On the season the Crimson and Gold fell to 1-2, while t...

 

Vikings shut down Rams' high-powered attack in key 24-7 win

The Los Angeles Rams had been the talk of the NFL. They had been putting up gaudy point totals on offense and on defense stopping foes dead in their tracks. Forget about that. There's a new team to talk about. http://www.twincities.com/2017/11/19/vik...

 

Vikings' Adam Thielen no longer surprising anyone, except maybe opponents

Adam Thielen directed his fellow receivers into celebration formation Sunday but did not have the energy to finish what he started after his breathtaking and backbreaking touchdown catch in Minnesota’s 24-7 victory over the Rams. Thielen had just snatched, spun and scampered his way to a 65-yard score early in the...

 

Three men and one teen wounded in Minneapolis shooting

Police say an argument preceded a shooting that injured three men and a teen boy shortly after 1 a.m. Saturday in Minneapolis. Officers responded to 911 callers who reported hearing gunshots in the 3600 block of Emerson Avenue North. http://www.twincities.com/2017/11/18/three-men-and-one-teen-wounde...

 

Women who support Franken say they're shocked and deeply disappointed: 'I trusted him'

For years, they’ve called themselves Democrats, progressives, veterans of the women’s rights movement — and supporters of U.S. Sen Al Franken. That last part isn’t uttered so easily now. http://www.twincities.com/2017/11/17/liberal-women-who-support-franken-shocked-deeply-disappointed-truste...

 

Minnesota deer harvest higher than last year after second weekend

After a slow start due to weather and standing corn in the fields, the second weekend of firearms deer season trumped last year’s numbers. Minnesota firearms hunters registered 145,054 deer through Nov. 12, up 10 percent from last year, although fewer of the deer were bucks, according to the Minnesota Department of...

 

Former deputy pleads guilty to stalking BCA agents who were investigating him

BEMIDJI, Minn. — A former Roseau County sheriff’s deputy accused of harassing and defaming two Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension agents pleaded guilty to stalking Thursday. Joshua McGurran Olson, 36, was arrested April 5 in Clearwater County and charged with the felony in Beltrami County on April 19....

 

Battered St. Paul teacher meets with Trump officials over school discipline

Twin Cities teachers who have been assaulted on the job met with Trump administration officials Friday in Washington to discuss federal policy on school discipline. The group includes John Ekblad, whose teaching career ended when a St. Paul student choke-slammed him during a lunchroom fight, and Deb York, a retired...

 

Norm Coleman says he'd have beaten Franken in 2008 if groping photo had been public

Former U.S. Sen. and St. Paul Mayor Norm Coleman said he would have beaten Al Franken in the hotly contested 2008 Senate race if a photo of Franken appearing to grope a sleeping woman had come out. Following a statewide recount and court battle, Franken won the election by 312 votes, unseating Coleman....

 

As sex scandals topple the powerful: Why not Trump?

WASHINGTON (AP) — “You can do anything,” Donald Trump once boasted, speaking of groping and kissing unsuspecting women. Maybe he could, but not everyone can. http://www.twincities.com/2017/11/17/trump-criticizes-al-franken-silent-on-roy-moore/...

 

Unemployment Rate Falls to 3.3 Percent in October

ST. PAUL – Minnesota’s unemployment rate fell 0.4 percent in October to 3.3 percent, its lowest level in 17 years, according to seasonally adjusted figures released today by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). The U.S. jobless rate was 4.1 percent in October. The agency said...

 

Peterson Statement on the Republican Tax Bill

WASHINGTON – Congressman Collin C. Peterson made the following statement after House passage of the Republican tax bill. “I support making the corporate tax rate more competitive internationally and simplifying our system. However, eliminating a number of provisions like those that help families who have large medi...

 

CLERK (TRIBAL SECRETARY) - GOVERNMENT CENTER

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT CLERK (TRIBAL SECRETARY) GOVERNMENT CENTER OPEN: November 16, 2017 CLOSING: December 1, 2017 @ 3:00 p.m. PRIMARY FUNCTION To provide secretarial support services for the Tribal Secretary, reports to the Tribal Secretary Executive Assistant,...

 

Medicare Beneficiaries are you eligible for Part D-Prescription Drug coverage?

Welcome to Red Lake Hospital. We want to help you determine if you are eligible for a Part D-Prescription Drug Plan that is affordable for you. Please stop by the Red Lake Hospital and visit with Alfreda Sayers, Patient Benefits Coordinator to find out if you are...

 

Abused, ignored across Minnesota

For weeks before her death, Jean Krause lay in her bed at a northern Minnesota senior home, staring mutely at the walls. Even when her children arrived with flowers or her favorite dessert, she did not respond. Or she would suddenly sit bolt upright, asking if her door and windows were shut. http://...

 

Three Native Program Alumni Invited to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

National Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month has been observed every November since 1990. During this month and throughout the year, Sundance Institute through its Native American and Indigenous Program recognizes and supports the immense talent and ongoing accomplishments of Indigenous storytellers in...

 

New Analysis Finds Long-Lasting Benefits From Early-Childhood Education

High-quality early-childhood programs boost graduation rates, reduce grade retention and cut down on special education placements, according to a new analysis of several other early-education research studies that adds fresh fuel to long-running policy debates about the effectiveness of pre-K. "These results suggest...

 

Kan. Ed Commissioner has plan to consider non-licensed teacher applicants

The top education official in Kansas on Tuesday proposed allowing more schools to hire educators who don’t qualify for teaching licenses under the state’s current system — and signaled he would support changes to state regulations if needed. The proposal could meet with resistance from the state’s main...

 

Supreme Court case could reshape teacher tenure

ST. PAUL — A pair of cases before the Minnesota Supreme Court could spark big shifts in schools across the state. The court has agreed to hear a case challenging teacher tenure laws that a group of Minnesota parents brought against the state and several school districts last year. The parents claim tenure...

 

Food Allergies Are on the Rise. Are Schools Prepared?

When Abbe Large's daughter was a toddler, she was diagnosed with a peanut allergy so severe that the skin on her cheek reacted to a kiss from her father hours after he'd eaten peanuts. With two daughters with multiple food allergies, Large worked with an allergy consultant to figure out how to eat, how to store food,...

 

Holiday festivities in full swing at the Chickasaw Cultural Center

SULPHUR, Okla. – A Thanksgiving weekend celebration will serve to kick off the Christmas season at the Chickasaw Cultural Center, 867 Cooper Memorial Road. Thanksgiving Celebration, Nov. 25-26 In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Chickasaw Cultural Center will be closed noon Wednesday, Nov. 22, through...

 

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