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Bemidji Pioneer: 'Ready to step up': Local advocates say Bemidji is the right place for veterans home

BEMIDJI—The Minnesota Senate Capital Investment Committee held a meeting in Bemidji Wednesday before an audience of veterans to discuss a project on the minds of locals for more than a decade. During the meeting, legislators, including District 5 and District 2 Sens. Justin Eichorn, R-Grand Rapids, and Paul Utke,...

 

Bemidji Pioneer: ND pipeline protester accused of shooting at officers set to change plea

FARGO — An organization providing legal support for Dakota Access Pipeline protesters has reported that attorneys for Red Fawn Fallis, charged with shooting a handgun at officers during the protests, have reached a plea agreement with prosecutors that would result in her receiving less than the maximum penalty....

 

MDA Announces Specialty Crop Grant Awardees

St. Paul, MN - The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) has awarded nearly $1.1 million to 14 projects through the state’s Specialty Crop Block Grant Program. Projects will help improve the competitiveness of Minnesota’s specialty crops through research, education and market development. Projects range from...

 

2018 New Year's Eve Pow Wow held at the Red Lake Humanities Center - P13

New Year's Eve Gathering & Pow-wow 2017 Contest Winner's Golden Age Women (Combined) 1st Place$400.00= Vera Kingbird 2nd Place$300.00:=Donna Whitefeather 3rd Place$200.00= Hazel Joseph 4th Place$100.00= Ruby Whitefeather Golden Age Men (Combined) 1st Place$400.00=Ro...

 

Red Lake Elementary School second Holiday Concert held on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 - P24

The Red Lake Elementary School held their second Holiday Concert at 1:30 PM on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at RLES. The First and Second graders performed. On Tuesday, grades 3, 4 and 5, entertained the audience starting at 1:30 PM with their Holiday...

 

Red Lake Elementary School Holiday Concert held on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - P25

The Red Lake Elementary School held their Holiday Concert at 1:30 PM on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at RLES. The Third, Fourth and Fifth graders performed. On Wednesday, grades 1 and 2, will entertain the audience starting at 1:30 PM....

 

The PPAI Expo 2018 Underscores The Power Of Promotion

LAS VEGAS (January 17, 2018) – The PPAI Expo 2018 kicked off this week, unveiling the hottest trends in promotional marketing and advertising, branded merchandise, incentives, recognition and awards, as well as new, green, and U.S.-made promotional products—all under one roof and within a million square feet of...

 

How 2 California Parents Could 'Home-School' Their Shackled And Abused Children

Two California parents were arrested over the weekend when police found 12 of their 13 children in filthy conditions, some chained to beds and starving. Neighbors and acquaintances told news outlets that they’re shocked by the allegations and horrified that such abuse was allowed to continue unchecked so close to...

 

Counterfeit cash circulating in 11 states: Here's how to spot it

FOX NEWS - Multiple arrests involving phony cash have been making the media rounds in over 11 states, including New York, Iowa, Illinois and Michigan, in the last six months. Earlier this week, both New York City and Iowa reported cases of fraudulent cash popping up into the hands of local business owners....

 

Interior official blasts resignation of parks advisory board

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A U.S. Interior Department official on Wednesday blasted the resignation of most members of a board that advises it on national parks, suggesting the move was politically motivated and their work was flawed. Todd Willens, associate deputy secretary of the department, brought up...

 

New warriors initiate a revolution against drugs, crime, violence and environmental destruction

Benjamin addressed Band members at the annual State of the Band For the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe community, 2017 was a “tough” year, Chief Executive Melanie Benjamin said during the 34th annual State of the Band address before nearly 1,200 people on Tuesday, Jan. 9. Yet Band members are more awake and active than...

 

Cherokee sues opioid companies

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians has filed a federal lawsuit seeking damages from 23 companies that manufacture or distribute opioid drugs. Listing a total of seven counts, the suit alleges violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act as well as negligence, conspiracy, fraud and creation of...

 

Woman at centre of social media storm says no one told her how to dress

The woman at the centre of a social media storm surrounding the use of her image says the conversation was misinformed from the start. A Facebook user noted the woman's appearance in a Government of Canada advertising campaign bore a resemblance to the Disney cartoon character Pocahontas. She and others were quick to...

 

High-speed internet coming to over 100 coastal B.C. communities

People who live up and down the B.C. coast and on Vancouver Island will soon have access to much faster internet. The provincial and federal government announced joint funding of $45.4 million to provide 154 areas with new or upgraded high-speed internet. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columb...

 

Yellowstone Investigates Illegal Release of 52 Park Bison From Quarantine

Yellowstone National Park law enforcement officials are now investigating possible criminal trespass and tampering that resulted in the release of 52 wild bison being held in quarantine at the park’s Stephens Creek corral facility located just inside Yellowstone’s northern border. The acts, which occurred sometime...

 

Four arrested after $18K, drugs and guns seized on Red Lake Reservation

RED LAKE, MN - On Sunday evening January 14th, 2018, the Red Lake Department of Public Safety Drug Task Force served and executed a drug related search warrant at a Red Lake residence where officers located methamphetamine, prescription pills, marijuana and drug...

 

Young woman's body found in Cass Lake, Minnesota

CASS LAKE, Minn. (Valley News Live) - The Cass County Sheriff's Office in Minnesota reports a juvenile female's body was found Friday, January 12th. Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on January 12, 2017 at 8:09 AM, the Cass County Sheriff's Office received a...

 

Report: Roseville principal injured while breaking up student altercation

A Roseville associate high school principal was reportedly injured last week while trying to break up a student altercation. Roseville police said they received three calls for help at Roseville Area High School on Friday afternoon. Police declined to detail the matter. https://www.twincities.com/20...

 

Lakeville principal, wife are focus of Apple Valley police investigation into unauthorized computer access

Apple Valley police said Tuesday they are investigating unauthorized computer access that originated at the home Chris Endicott, a principal at Century Middle School in Lakeville who was put on paid leave Friday. Endicott and his wife, Andrea, who live in Apple Valley, are both under investigation, Apple Valley police...

 

Semi crashes into Minnesota school, injuring 2 students

A semitrailer truck veered off a highway in southern Minnesota and crashed through the wall of an elementary school, injuring two children in a classroom. School officials in Lyle, next to the Iowa border, say a driver and a child passenger in a vehicle hit by the semi were also injured. The semi driver rear-ended...

 

Bemidji Pioneer: LaFontaine-Greywind murder trial delayed until May

FARGO — The trial of William Henry Hoehn, charged in the murder of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind and the abduction of her newborn baby, has been postponed until May. The trial was originally scheduled to start March 20, but Judge Tom Olson and attorneys in the case agreed at a status conference on Tuesday, Jan. 16,...

 

Community-led grantmaking brings more than $255,000 to cultural communities

(Saint Paul, Minn.) The Saint Paul Foundation today announced more than $255,000 in grants made by the Diversity Endowment Funds – a group of funds where grant decisions are made by volunteer committees from the same racial and cultural groups that would benefit from proposed projects and programs. The funds include...

 

West Virginia bill would require all schools to offer a Bible class

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) — A bill has been introduced by West Virginia senators that, if passed, would require all schools to provide an elective course on Hebrew scriptures and the Old or New Testaments of the Bible. It's called Senate Bill 252 and was introduced by Sen. Mike Azinger, R-Wood, and Sen. Sue...

 

White teacher in Ohio told 13-year-old black student he would be lynched if he didn't do his work

A white social studies teacher at an Ohio middle school told a 13-year-old black student he would be lynched if he didn’t stop talking in class and focus on his work. Renee Thole, a teacher at Mason Middle School, was reprimanded and ordered to undergo cultural sensitivity training by schools officials, according to...

 

Ohio Teacher Put on Leave After Lynching Remark to Black Student

An Ohio teacher who told a black eighth grader that his friends would “lynch” him if he didn’t finish his work has been put on leave, the school district said, calling the student a “hero” for standing up to her. The 13-year-old student, Nathan Bell, was chatting with his friends at Mason Middle School in...

 

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