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 By Nathan Green    Sports    April 19, 2021

Kelanna McClain hits 1000th career point in Lady Warriors 85-67 win over Kelliher-Northome - P34

RED LAKE, MN - In their last meeting with Kelliher-Northome in Kelliher on February 25th, the Red Lake Lady Warriors lost to the Mustangs 75-58 in a game some called poorly officiated, and it was a game Kelanna McClain was not playing in due to an earlier injury. .In fact, the Lady Warriors were 5-0 until McClain was injured. Th...

 By Nathan Green    Events   

Lakeland PBS Airing More Graduation Videos This Saturday, June 13th

Lakeland PBS is honoring this year's graduating seniors with some special programming. We've set aside time in our broadcast schedule and have offered this time to all schools in our viewing area to broadcast graduation recognition videos. The schools are providing the videos of up to 28 minutes in length. Following the...

 By Nathan Green    News    March 16, 2020

Red Lake Nation Declares COVID-19 Threat a Public Health Emergency

After meetings with the Red Lake Tribal Council, the Red Lake COVID-19 Emergency Response Team, and consultation with the Minnesota Department of Health, the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians announced in a press release today that they are declaring the threat of the COVID-19 coronavirus as a public health emergency. As such, a...

 By Nathan Green    News    February 24, 2020

Red Lake to Vote on Legalizing Medical Marijuana in May

Red Lake tribal members will soon be voting on the legalization of medical marijuana on the Red Lake Reservation. The Red Lake Tribal Council passed a resolution earlier this month to vote on whether medical marijuana should be available as an option for Red Lake tribal members. The referendum vote to authorize the production,...

 By Nathan Green    News    December 12, 2019

Authorities Investigating Death of Infant at Bemidji Daycare

The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a four-month-old infant who died in the care of a licensed daycare facility. According to the infant’s mother, the infant died on November 26th. Sheriff Ernie Beitel says the death has not been determined suspicious in nature, but they are still pending further investigation and the results of an autopsy by...

 By Nathan Green    News    May 21, 2019

Inmate Who Escaped From Authorities In Bemidji Taken Back Into Custody

The inmate who escaped from Red Lake authorities outside of Bemidji's Sanford Hospital last week has been taken back into custody. 27-year-old Adam James Johnson was arrested early Sunday morning in Bemidji. The Bemidji Police Department's daily activity report says officers arrested Johnson after responding to an anonymous...

 By Nathan Green    Politics    May 13, 2019

Rep. Grossell Facing New Disorderly Conduct Charge In Connection With St. Paul Incident

A local state representative is now facing an additional charge in connection with an incident that happened early Saturday morning in St. Paul. Police officials say Matt Grossell of Clearbrook was arrested when he refused to leave a St. Paul hospital where he was taken after allegedly causing a commotion at a hotel bar. Authorities say they were called after hotel security...

 By Nathan Green    News    November 29, 2018

Red Lake Drug Busts Lead To Eight Arrests

Two separate drug-related search warrants have led to the arrest of eight individuals on the Red Lake Reservation. The first warrant was executed on Wednesday, November 14th at a home in Redby, which resulted in the arrest of five people. According to the Red Lake Police Department, officers located over five grams of...

 By Nathan Green    News    April 24, 2018

Judge Says Line 3 Replacement Should Follow Existing Route

An administrative law judge says Minnesota regulators should approve Enbridge Energy's proposal for replacing its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline only if it follows the existing route rather than the company's preferred route. Administrative Law Judge Ann O'Reilly recommended Monday that the Public Utilities Commission choose...


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