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 News    December 8, 2016 

$1 million in environmental grants available

BEMIDJI—Applications are now being accepted for $1 million in environmental grants for organizations within Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin that work to protect and restore the natural environment. Enbridge recently announced the continuation of the Ecofootprint Grant Program, which supports environmental stewardship at a local level. Communities in Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin along the Line 3 Replacement project may be eligible to receive grants, the company said in a release. Grants in varying amounts with preference for...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

UPDATED: Hunter's death near Little Falls being investigated as homicide

LITTLE FALLS, Minn. -- In a basement meeting room of the Morrison County Government Center Wednesday, Pam Brisk pleaded for information on who killed her husband a month ago. “I am here today to ask for your help in bringing to a close the nightmare that started for myself, my family and all of Terry’s family and friends one month ago,” she said. “Waking up without him has been extremely hard for both myself and my kids.” The Morrison County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday the Nov. 7 death of hunter Terrence “Terry” Brisk...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

BSU unveils $1 million student media center

BEMIDJI—BSU media and communications students have a new place to hone their skills before they head out into the world. University staff unveiled Wednesday a new $1 million student media center that has the look of a professional news outlet's offices and includes a radio broadcast booth, a television studio, a work area for print journalism, a central meeting space and a pair of classrooms. "We really didn't have a place to study or collaborate other than the library," said Sabrina Okeson, a junior mass communications major. "The media...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

WEATHER: Not letting up: Bemidji, NW Minnesota experience snow, ice and wind as storm hangs around

BEMIDJI—A winter storm system continued to slam eastern North Dakota and northwest Minnesota on Tuesday, with a fair amount of the snow and heavy winds making its way to the Bemidji region. As a result of the persistent conditions, the National Weather Service in Grand Forks extended a winter weather advisory, in effect until midnight, for southern Beltrami County, as well as Hubbard, Otter Tail and Wilkin counties. According to the advisory, some areas could see snow accumulations of 4 to 6 inches and reduced visibility from wind gusts....

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

Serious accident reported on Highway 71

BEMIDJI—A 26-year-old Blackduck man was seriously injured in a two-car crash Monday evening on U.S. Highway 71 in Beltrami County. According to incident reports from the Minnesota State Patrol, the crash was reported at 10:04 p.m. Monday at milepost 322 on Highway 71, and the road conditions were listed as icy. According to the patrol, a 2001 GMC Sierra was northbound on Highway 71 and a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix was southbound. The Grand Prix lost control on the "slushy, slippery road" and crossed the centerline, where it was struck on the...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

Woman accused of ramming car pleads not guilty

BEMIDJI—A Bemidji woman accused of repeatedly ramming another car with her own vehicle this summer pleaded not guilty Monday to one charge of second-degree assault and one charged of third-degree damage to property. Goose's attorney, public defender Margaret Dow, said in court that the state needed more time to talk with the victims and that the plea would "keep things moving." According to a criminal complaint Goose, 22, became angry because of a disagreement over a private financial transaction and followed the other party's vehicle—a...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

Halloween Fun at the Red Lake Head Start - P4

Halloween Fun at the Red Lake Head Start on October 28, 2016...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 8, 2016 

Red Lake's Grace White signs Letter of Intent with Denver University - P16

RED LAKE – At a special ceremony at Red Lake High School on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, Senior Grace White signed her letter of intent with the University of Denver to play in their Division 1 Basketball Program. White is the first Red Lake athlete in any sport to commit, or even have the opportunity, to compete in NCAA Division 1 athletics. "They say that signing day is an end as well as a beginning," Peggy Nelson, one of her teacher's, said. "Grace's beginning started at her grandma's...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 8, 2016 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P24

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P24...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 8, 2016 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P22

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P22...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 8, 2016 

The Mynor and Lacy (Ducheneaux) Aguilar Wedding of October 22, 2016 - P29

The Mynor and Lacy (Ducheneaux) Aguilar Wedding of October 22, 2016 - P29...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 8, 2016 

The Jeff Jourdain/Amanda Charnoski Wedding of Saturday, October 8, 2016 - P38

The Jeff Jourdain/Amanda Charnoski Wedding of Saturday, October 8, 2016, held at St. Mary's Church in Red Lake....

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

SARC and ICRC evacuate 150 civilians from Aleppo frontline

Damascus/Geneva: Nearly 150 civilians, most of whom were disabled or in urgent need of care, were evacuated late night from a hospital in the Old City of Aleppo, in a joint operation by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Dar Al-Safaa, originally an elderly home whose role expanded because of the crisis, had been accommodating patients with mental health needs or physical disabilities. Three dozen other civilians, a number of them injured, had also sought refuge there. “These patients...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

UNITY ANNOUNCES NEW "WELLNESS WARRIORS PROJECT" TEAM

December 7, 2016 – Mesa, Arizona – The United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY) has announced the hiring of LorenAshley Buford, as Project Manager, and Joshua Tso, as Project Coordinator, to oversee its newest program, the UNITY Wellness Warriors Project. Funded by a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation over a three-year period (2016-2019), the new program aims to increase the awareness of the need for and benefits of adopting a lifestyle that incorporates a culturally-relevant and measurable personal wellness plan that will...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

Secretary Jewell to Kick Off Nationwide Tour Highlighting Nation's Progress on Conservation, Energy and Tribal Issues

ACOMA PUEBLO, N.M. – On Thursday, December 8, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell will begin a nationwide tour to highlight the progress the nation has made over the last eight years on public lands, waters and wildlife management and restoring nation-to-nation relationships with Native Americans. As part of President Obama’s commitment to strengthening Indian Country, Secretary Jewell will visit the Acoma Pueblo, west of Albuquerque, on Thursday to highlight Administration efforts to strengthen tribal nations. She will be joined...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

Heavy snow, strong winds may create dangerous driving conditions

BEMIDJI, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Transportation advises motorists in northwestern Minnesota to closely monitor weather conditions because of forecasted snow and high winds, which could create dangerous driving conditions. Along with heavy snow beginning Monday night, the National Weather Service is expecting strong winds to develop Tuesday morning which would significantly reduce visibility, creating difficult or even hazardous driving conditions. Motorists are advised to be...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

MnDOT adds North Star Route to U.S. bicycle system

315-miST. PAUL, Minn. - A 315-mile bicycle route between St. Paul and Grand Portage State Park, near the Canadian border, is the state's second route to be listed on the U.S. Bicycle Route System, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The route, which is U.S. Bicycle Route 41, will also be known as the North Star Bicycle Route. The public selected the name during MnDOT's public engagement process to align the route. The U.S. Bicycle Route System is a network of numbered cross...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

Grant Info Sessions for Individual Artist Grant (IAG) and Arts & Cultural Heritage Grant (ACHT)

Join us to learn about the on-line grant application process, tips for your artist statement, work sample guidelines, and completing a budget. Upcoming Grant Deadlines: Individual Artist Grant (IAG) Deadline: January 15, 2017 by 11:59 pm Maximum Award: $2,000 Arts & Cultural Heritage Grant for Small Towns (ACHT) Deadline: January 15, 2017 by 11:59 pm Maximum Award: $6,000 Info Sessions: Bemidji: Thursday, January 5 5 - 7 p.m. (IAG) Meeting Room, Bemidji Public Library 509 America Ave NW, Bemidji, MN 56601 Park Rapids: Friday, January 6 5:30 -...

 
 News    December 8, 2016 

The GigaZone Comes to Becida, Laporte, Solway and more areas of Bemidji

For the first time, the GigaZone has come to Laporte, Becida, and Solway along with additional areas of Bemidji. As a result of continued upgrades to the cooperative's all-fiber optic network over 3,100 more locations now have access to GigaZone services including Internet speeds up to a Gigabit per second. "We continue to make great progress on upgrading our network to incorporate even more members into the GigaZone and over the next several months we'll be activating the GigaZone in even more...

 
 News    December 5, 2016

Red Lake Nation News will not publish again until Thursday of this week

Red Lake Nation News will not publish again until Thursday of this week. All news and information should be up to date by the end of the week....

 
 News    December 5, 2016

Law enforcement urges peace during pipeline protests

MANDAN, N.D. — Law enforcement officials urged calm over ongoing protests of the Dakota Access oil pipeline Saturday, two days before the Army Corps of Engineers has said it plans to close a protest camp. The Army Corps announcement came a few days before North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple ordered an evacuation of the protest camps on Army Corps land, citing harsh winter weather. Cass County Sheriff Paul Laney said Saturday he's been asked "a hundred times, if not more," about what will happen Monday. http://www.bemidjipione...

 
 News    December 5, 2016

Red Lake Head Start Trip to the Pumpkin Patch at Chandler Farm - P3

Red Lake Head Start Trip to the Pumpkin Patch at Chandler Farm on October 14, 2016...

 
 News    December 5, 2016

How will it end? Experts weigh in on possible outcomes of Dakota Access Pipeline protest

FARGO — When Joye Braun and her cousin first started camping in April near the confluence of the Missouri and Cannonball rivers, she thought maybe 200 or 300 people would join their fight against the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Braun said she could have never predicted that the camp's population would swell into the thousands and gain support around the world. Equally hard to predict is what will happen now as both sides appear as entrenched as ever. Concerned the pipeline will encroach on sacred sites and taint drinking water on the...

 
 News    December 5, 2016

Halloween Fun at the Red Lake Head Start - P3

Halloween Fun at the Red Lake Head Start on October 28, 2016...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    December 5, 2016

Red Lake's Grace White signs Letter of Intent with Denver University - P15

RED LAKE – At a special ceremony at Red Lake High School on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, Senior Grace White signed her letter of intent with the University of Denver to play in their Division 1 Basketball Program. White is the first Red Lake athlete in any sport to commit, or even have the opportunity, to compete in NCAA Division 1 athletics. "They say that signing day is an end as well as a beginning," Peggy Nelson, one of her teacher's, said. "Grace's beginning started at her grandma's...

 

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