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 News    May 23, 2018 

Fleeing driver hits semi head-on and dies, officials say

WARMAN, Minn. — A Mora man was killed Monday when the Jeep he was driving crossed lanes and collided with a truck as he was being pursued by authorities, police said. The Minnesota State Patrol said Christopher Scott Podvin, 37, was driving north on state Highway 65 in Aitkin County about 11 a.m. when his 1999 Jeep...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Ready for thunderstorms and temperatures in the 90s? Both are in the forecast

Now’s the time to plug in the air-conditioning units — you’ll soon need them. The first 90-degree day of the year looks like it could come this week. After highs expected near 80 and 84 Tuesday and Wednesday, the Twin Cities could warm up to near 91 on Thursday. Friday also looks to be hot, with a high near 92,...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Bemidji Pioneer: New Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig High School to be ready for 2018-19

BENA -- Inside a room in the new Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig High School, you can hear the sound of mechanical units operating the heating, air conditioning and other electrical components. For John Parmeter, it's music to his ears. http://www.bemidjipioneer.c...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Bemidji Pioneer: Bagley man, three others arrested on drug charges after East Grand Forks traffic stop

A traffic stop last week in East Grand Forks has netted four suspects, two of whom face serious drug dealing charges. Kody Blaine Fultz, 29, of Bagley, Minn., and Cameron Norman Johnson, 27, of Grand Forks appeared Monday in Polk County District Court on a first-degree felony charge of selling meth, which carries a...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 23, 2018 

Red Lake Elementary School Activity Day held at RLES

Red Lake Elementary School Activity Day held at RLES on Tuesday, May 22, 2018....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 23, 2018 

Red Lake National Honor Society inducts 21 new members - P4

RED LAKE - 21 new members were inducted into the Red Lake National Honor Society at a special ceremony on Thursday, May 17, 2018, at the Red Lake Secondary Complex. The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an international student organization that consists of...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 23, 2018 

St. Mary's Mission School holds Annual Pow Wow - P6

RED LAKE - On May 15, 2018, St. Mary's Mission held their annual pow wow beginning at 12 noon. All grades danced and this year's Princess and Brave are Nazarene Bearstail and Derrick Smith....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 23, 2018 

Eight Graduate from Red Lake Nation College - P9

RED LAKE - Eight students from the Class of 2018 Red Lake Nation College graduated on Thursday, May 10, 2018. They were, James Cloud III, Racheal Jorgenson, Eliza Lussier, Leah Kingbird, Tori Kingbird, Laura Fairbanks, Brent Sigana Jr. and Lorena Sumner. Cloud,...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 23, 2018 

Red Lake High School Warrior's Honor Banquet held in Red Lake - P10

RED LAKE - Numerous awards were presented on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at the Red Lake High School Cafeteria. These awards included both academic and athletic awards. Below is a list of awards and the students that received them at the Warriors Banquet. Academic Awards...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 23, 2018 

Red Lake Nation Annual Youth Conference kicks off at the Red Lake Humanities Center - P15

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Nation Youth Conference 2018 kicked off at the Red Lake Humanities Center at 6 PM on Wednesday, May 2nd, beginning with the Miikawaadizi "Be Beautiful" Fashion Show. About 40 women and children participated in the show. A performance by Becca...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 23, 2018 

2018 Red Lake High School Prom held in Red Lake - P19

2018 Red Lake High School Prom held in Red Lake...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Minnesota Exports at $5.3 Billion in First Quarter

ST. PAUL – Sales of Minnesota agricultural, mining and manufactured exports soared 9 percent to a first quarter record of $5.3 billion, according to figures released today by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). The agency said Minnesota businesses exported 930 different products...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

YMCA Engages and Educates Youth and Families On Importance of Water Safety

• According to the USA Swimming Foundation and University of Memphis, two children die every day because of drowning. • According to a national research study conducted by the USA Swimming Foundation, the University of Memphis and University of Nevada-Las Vegas, 60 percent of African American and 45 percent of Hisp...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Santa Fe ISD delays students' return to classes after mass shooting

SANTA FE -- High school students will not return to classes until Tuesday, May 29 -- 11 days after a gunman killed 10 people and injured 13 in a mass shooting. Santa Fe ISD officials announced Monday that faculty and staff will return to Santa Fe High School as scheduled Wednesday but that students would get an extra...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Why Wake County is having to put two teachers in some elementary school classrooms

Some Wake County elementary school classrooms have two teachers in them — a decision that school leaders say was made not by choice but instead to help meet new state class-size limits. This school year, 11 Wake elementary schools are using "co-teaching," in which two teachers are assigned to the same room as a way...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Four-day weeks bring smiles in rural schools. But will they work in big cities?

McLOUD, Okla. — In many ways Oliver Prince is your typical, happy fifth-grader. He enjoys recess, gym class and time at school on the computer. But in one key way, he, along with the other 92 students at White Rock School in this tiny, bucolic town 50 miles east of Oklahoma City, are very different: They go to...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

First Nations Reports Continuing Unmet Funding Need for Native American Food-System Projects

LONGMONT, Colorado (May 22, 2018) – First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) today released an updated report on grantmaking trends under its Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative (NAFSI) for the years 2015-2017. This is an update of the original NAFSI trend report that First Nations previously...

 
 News    May 23, 2018 

Rollover crash kills man on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

PINE RIDGE, S.D. (AP) – A one-vehicle rollover crash on U.S. Highway 18 in Pine Ridge has killed a man. The Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety says the crash happened about 4:40 a.m. Monday. http://www.kdlt.com/2018/05/22/rollover-crash-kills-man-pine-ridge-indian-reservation/...

 

CLICK IT OR TICKET MAY SEAT BELT MOBILIZATION

Click It or Ticket: Extra Enforcement in Beltrami County May 21 – June 3 Beltrami County, MN-– Imagine hopping on a rollercoaster, speeding at 70 mph and going upside down. Now close your eyes and imagine riding that same rollercoaster unbelted. It only takes a...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 22, 2018

$825 million bonding bill includes Red Lake School District; awaits governor's signature

The Minnesota House of Representatives and the Senate passed a bonding bill with $825 million for public works construction projects as they were winding down on Sunday night. The legislation passed the Senate in a 42-25 vote and was then returned to the House, where it...

 

Eagan man sentenced to 25 years for producing child pornography

An Eagan man was sentenced Monday to 25 years in prison for recording a sexually explicit video of a 2-year-old child. Ellis Scott Tooles, 31, pleaded guilty in May 2017 to one count of producing child pornography, during proceedings in U.S. District Court in Duluth, according to a news release issued by U.S. Attorney...

 

Is being a night owl bad for you? Weight gain, early death could be the result

If you are a night owl, your natural circadian rhythm is primed to make you feel more alive when the sun goes down. Your eyes shine brighter, your mind feels more alert. The whole world seems to hum. The bad news is that not being an early bird may be bad for your health, from weight gain to premature death. As Time...

 

Bemidji Pioneer: Lutz, School Board agree to contract: New superintendent to start July 1

BEMIDJI—Bemidji Area Schools secured its next superintendent Monday. About nine months after Superintendent Jim Hess announced this school year would be his last, School Board members and incoming Superintendent Tim Lutz signed off on a three-year employment contract. http://www.bemidjipioneer.com...

 

Bemidji Pioneer: Shortage of truckers starting to cause prices to rise

Joyce Brenny, chief executive of Brenny Transportation in Minnesota, gave her truck drivers a 15 percent raise this year, but she still can't find enough workers for a job that now pays $80,000 a year. A year ago, when customers would call Brenny, she could almost always get their goods loaded on a truck and moving...

 

Minnesota Cultivated Wild Rice Council to Hold Elections

St. Paul, MN - The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) announces elections for the upcoming Minnesota Wild Rice Council Board of Directors. Terms expire for Thomas Godward (independent member) and Travis Duresky (at-large member) in September of this year. “Serving on commodity councils is one of the best ways...

 

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