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Sheriff's Office investigating fatal ATV crash

On Monday, July 9, 2018 at approximately 8:20 AM the Beltrami County 911 dispatch center received a report of an overturned ATV near the intersection of Nature Rd NW and Mayflower Rd NW in Eckles Township approximately 9 miles Northwest of Bemidji, MN. The caller...

 

Former Viking Leo Lewis was fired as Minneapolis North High athletic director, supporters say

North High School athletic director and former Vikings player Leo Lewis was unjustly fired from the Minneapolis schools and will do what is necessary to restore his reputation, supporters said at a news conference Tuesday. Supporter Obie Kipper Jr., invited the media to the event he described as a "news conference to...

 

Condo building in St. Paul voted to go smoke-free. Then smokers got on the board

The persistent hum of an air filter fills Jeff Tentinger’s living room all day, every day. He and his wife, Robin, hoped the smell of cigarette smoke in their downtown St. Paul condo would go away after the condo board voted to ban smoking in the building. But then smokers and others sympathetic to them took over...

 

'Everyone is safe' after daring rescue of 13 in Thai cave

MAE SAI, Thailand — "Everyone is safe." With those three words posted on Facebook the daring rescue mission to extricate 12 boys and their soccer coach from the treacherous confines of a flooded cave in Thailand was complete — a grueling 18-day ordeal that claimed the life of an experienced diver and riveted...

 

PFA Approves Funding for Central Minnesota Projects

ST. PAUL – The Minnesota Public Facilities Authority (PFA) approved $4.15 million in state funding for water infrastructure projects in the central Minnesota communities of Eagle Bend and Clear Lake-Clearwater. “Aging water and sewer systems throughout Greater Minnesota desperately need updates, especially with...

 

New First Nations Reports Highlight Positive Outcomes Under the Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative While Again Illustrating Large Unmet Funding Needs for Such Efforts

LONGMONT, Colorado (July 10, 2018) – From 2015 to 2017, First Nations Development Institute (First Nations), under its Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative (NAFSI), awarded 46 grants to Native communities for food-related projects, as well as funding for two important conferences, totaling $1,082,155. It...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 11, 2018

2018 Red Lake July Celebration - Friday Night Pow Wow - P5

2018 Red Lake July Celebration - Friday Night Pow Wow Red Lake Independence Celebration Powwow 2018 Singing Contest 5th place: 956 pts...Little Bear 4th place: 1357 pts....Black Bear Crossing 3rd Place: 1369 pts....North Buffalo 2nd place: 1399 pts....Ndn Creek Champ:...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 11, 2018

2018 Red Lake July Celebration - Friday Night Pow Wow - P6

2018 Red Lake July Celebration - Friday Night Pow Wow Red Lake Independence Celebration Powwow 2018 Singing Contest 5th place: 956 pts...Little Bear 4th place: 1357 pts....Black Bear Crossing 3rd Place: 1369 pts....North Buffalo 2nd place: 1399 pts....Ndn Creek Champ:...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 11, 2018

2018 Red Lake July Celebration - Friday Afternoon Parade - P5

2018 Red Lake July Celebration - Friday Afternoon Parade...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 11, 2018

2018 Red Lake July Celebration - Friday Afternoon Parade - P6

2018 Red Lake July Celebration - Friday Afternoon Parade...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 11, 2018

Oshkiimaajitahdah Holds Open House - P13

REDBY, MN - On Thursday, June 28, 2018, Oshkiimaajitahdah held an Open House at their facility in Redby. The event included good food, kid's games, prizes and tours. Mission Statement: "We are committed to educating Families to discover their strengths as individuals"...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 11, 2018

2018 Red Lake High School Graduation - P34

The 2018 Red Lake High School Graduation was held at RLHS at 1 PM on Saturday, June 2, 2018. Graduates: Todd J. Barrett, Jr., Alysha Rose Beaulieu, Anthony M. Benais, Quinten W. Chaboyea, Lailah Laurelle Cloud, Verdell X. Cook, Cassidy Lynn Defoe, Alexis R. Desjarlait,...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 11, 2018

2018 Seven Clans Casino Pow Wow held May 25-27 at Seven Clans Casino in Thief River Falls - P31

2018 Seven Clans Casino Pow Wow held May 25-27, 2018 at Seven Clans Casino in Thief River Falls Seven Clans Powwow 2018 Committee Singing Contest 1st: 1416 pts. The Boyz $8000 2nd: 1400 pts. Sharpshooter $6000 3rd: 1372 Pts. WarPaint $4000 4th: 1295 pts. Ndn Creek...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    July 11, 2018

St. Mary's Mission School holds Annual Pow Wow - P40

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    July 11, 2018

Red Lake Elementary School Pow Wow 2018 - P39

The Red Lake Elementary School 2018 Pow Wow was held on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at RLES Jaycel Cloud "RLES Brave' and Trinity Auginash "RLES Princess". 2018-3019 Royalty...

 

Setback for Vouchers, Charter Schools in Puerto Rican Court's Ruling

The Puerto Rican government's push this year to increase school choice has been at least temporarily tripped up by a judge's decision. Superior Judge Iris González ruled that private school vouchers violate Puerto Rico's Constitution, Primera Hora reported. In addition, González declared in the ruling released last...

 

Strategic planning helping metro Atlanta schools keep teachers

Today’s afternoon job fair at DeKalb County Schools’ Stone Mountain headquarters is targeting special education teachers and nurses. The new human resources chief, Bernice Gregory, said recent strategies targeting specific groups have worked well to find quality candidates for long-term employment, which also...

 

Here's how you can help hungry kids when school's out for summer

Many American kids define summer as a welcome relief from homework and classroom routines. But for the 20 million of them enrolled in the free and reduced-price school lunch programs in our country, summer can also mean a time of food insecurity. They spend their summer worrying about whether they will eat that day....

 

Oklahoma school to allow licensed staff to carry firearms

HARTSHORNE, Okla. (AP) — A school in eastern Oklahoma has added a security measure allowing staff to carry firearms during school and at events. The McAlester News-Capital reports that the Hartshorne Public Schools Board of Education unanimously voted last month to allow personnel to carry guns so long as they're...

 

'Shake it up': Bureau of Indian Affairs undergoes change in the Trump era

The Trump administration has named a new director for the Bureau of Indian Affairs regional office in Alaska, addressing a vacancy in an agency described by key lawmakers as lacking “leadership” and even being “in complete disarray.” The selection of Eugene R. Peltola Jr. fulfills a long-standing request among...

 

Wyoming Standing Rock activist wins acquittal

A North Dakota judge Thursday acquitted Riverton activist Micah Lott of criminal trespass and rioting charges stemming from his protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the Standing Rock Reservation in 2017. Judge Gail Hagerty acquitted Lott and a fellow defendant after hearing the prosecution’s case only. The...

 

'A line in the sand:' Medical industry won't rule out lawsuit on medical marijuana if smokables aren't banned from dispensaries

UPDATE: State health board restricts dispensaries from selling smokable marijuana as it approves emergency rules for SQ788 implementation The Oklahoma State Department of Health has kept intact proposed limits on the potency of medical marijuana in its most recent iteration of proposed rules regarding State Question...

 

United States Files Civil Action Against Shinnecock Indian Nation Resident For Illegal Dumping

The U.S. Attorney’s office filed a civil lawsuit against a resident of the Shinnecock Indian Nation on Monday in federal court in Central Islip, accusing him of dumping construction and demolition debris into Shinnecock wetlands since 2013, and asking a judge to compel him to clean up the site. But Gordon Smith, 63,...

 

Trump pardons Oregon ranchers at center of 40-day standoff

President Trump on Tuesday pardoned a pair of Oregon ranchers whose arson conviction became a focus for opponents of federal government land ownership. Dwight Hammond, 76, and his son Steven Hammond, 49, were convicted in 2012 and sent to prison on arson charges. They had set a series of fires on their ranch that...

 

Warm Springs Man Sentenced For Molestation

WARM SPRINGS, OR -- A federal judge has sentenced a Warm Springs man to 25 years in prison for molesting an 11-year-old girl. According to court documents, the victim told her mother 36-year-old Lawren Slockish touched her inappropriately and attempted to further assault her. The child then told Warm Springs police it...

 

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