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 By Malaak Khattab    News    March 2, 2020

Future Projects Discussed at Annual Red Lake Nation State of the Band Address

Red Lake Tribal Chairman Darrell Seki, Sr. discussed the tribe's solar initiative, among other issues, at this year's Red Lake Nation State of the Band Address on Friday. Seki said they are currently in the process of selecting a location for their solar farm....

 

Leech Lake Band Of Ojibwe Working On Making Transportation Better

A transportation development plan is in the works for the Leech Lake Reservation. According to a post on the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Facebook page, the Leech Lake Tribal Transportation is working on a developmental plan to identify transportation related needs for the Leech Lake Reservation. The Facebook post said an...

 

American Indian Resource Center At BSU Names New Executive Director

Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College has named BSU alumna Chrissy Koch as the new executive director of the American Indian Resource Center. Koch has been the American Indian Resource Center's outreach specialist since July 2019. During that time,...

 

Beltrami County Attorney Argues Case Before Minnesota Supreme Court

A Beltrami County Attorney argued a case centering on a DWI that happened on the Red Lake reservation in 2017 before the Minnesota Supreme Court on Monday. According to a press release from David Hanson, the case will have "broad implications for both Beltrami County...

 

Leech Lake Band Opens Homeless Shelter in Cass Lake

Cass Lake now has a homeless shelter for community members in need. The shelter offers temporary housing for individuals and families. Construction for the homeless shelter in Cass Lake began in 2018, and now that it’s complete, officials say the shelter will provide temporary housing until the bigger issue of...

 

Cold Temperatures Set New Lowest-High Records In Northern Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Record-breaking cold temperatures are freezing Minnesota lakes weeks earlier than normal. Monday was the coldest high temperature in three decades in the Twin Cities. The temperature reached 18 degrees at midnight, tying the coldest high record set in 1986. The National Weather Service said...

 
 By Malaak Khattab    News    August 22, 2019

Red Lake Women Sentenced To 46 Months In Prison For Assaulting Boyfriend

A Red Lake woman has been sentenced to 46 months in prison for assaulting her boyfriend. On Wednesday, United States Attorney Erica H. McDonald announced the sentencing of Mishaun Aryn Neadeau, 30, of Red Lake in U.S District Court in St. Paul. Neadeau pleaded guilty...

 

New Details Emerge Over Representative Grossell's Arrest

A Minnesota lawmaker cursed at a nurse, disrupted the Regions Hospital emergency room and accused police officers of brutality in May, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Matt Grossell, 53, of Clearbrook was issued a citation for disorderly conduct and trespassing following altercations with security guard and...

 
 By Malaak Khattab    News    July 15, 2019

Level Three Offender To Be Released In Bemidji

A level three predatory offender, Michael Warren Smith, 33, will be released on July 15 and plans to live in Bemidji after serving his prison sentence. According to the notification released by the Bemidji Police Department, Smith will move to the 600 block of 4th...

 

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