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 By Shirelle Moore    News    October 3, 2018

Several Adults Facing Felony Charges After Death Of Man At BSU

Several adults are facing felony charges, after providing alcohol to a minor that resulted in the man’s death. The man has been identified as Isaac Jon Morris, 19, of Cokato. Detectives and BCA Crime Scene personnel processed the room at Tamarack Hall at Bemidji State University where it appears Morris accidentally...

 

Level 3 Predatory Offender Moves To Bemidji Address

The Bemidji Police Department has issued a notice of an address change for a Level 3 predatory offender who will be living in Bemidji. Tadashi David Anderson, 28, will be residing in the 100 block of Rako Street Southeast in Bemidji. Anderson engaged in sexual contact...

 
 By Shirelle Moore    News    August 28, 2018

Community Spotlight: Red Lake Rides For Youth Suicide Prevention

Suicide has always been a hard subject for most to talk about. Instead of avoiding the conversation, Red Lake has put their energy into bringing awareness to prevention. "We've been doing this for 11 years, like, today is the 11th year, and we try and help out people th...

 
 By Shirelle Moore    News    August 15, 2018

Red Lake Tribal Council Looks To Future During Inauguration Ceremony

After what some would call a long election cycle, Red Lake Nation has officially sworn in their latest tribal council. Red Lake Chairman Darrell G. Seki, Sr. tells Lakeland News this was by far the toughest election he has ever been through, but now, he's looking forwar...

 
 By Shirelle Moore    News    August 13, 2018

Ojibwe Tribes File Lawsuits Against Public Utilities Commission

This past Tuesday, Ojibwe tribal governments and environmental groups filed three separate lawsuits against the MN Public Utilities Commission (PUC), challenging the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) prepared for the proposed new Line 3 pipeline. All three lawsuits ask the Minnesota Court of Appeals to overturn the...

 
 By Shirelle Moore    News    August 2, 2018

Crackdown On Speeding Nets 14K Citations In Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A driver “trying to make it to Taco Bell before it closed” at 99 mph is among the thousands of motorists cited for speeding in Minnesota last month. It was part of a statewide crackdown on speeding and unsafe driving between July 6 and July 22. Minnesota Department of Public Safety data...

 
 By Shirelle Moore    News    April 17, 2018

Red Lake Celebrates 100th Anniversary Of Constitution

This past Saturday, Red Lake members, families and special guests celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the Red Lake Constitution. The event was held at the Red Lake Humanities Center and was hosted by the Red Lake Constitution Reform Initiative Committee (CRI). Upon entering the building, people signed in and picked up...

 
 By Shirelle Moore    News    April 16, 2018

American Indian Movement Planning Possible Boycott Of Bemidji Businesses

Leaders with the American Indian Movement (AIM) in Bemidji say a boycott of Bemidji businesses could happen in the near future in response to feelings of poor race relations around town. Jeffery Moreno and Curtis Buckagna, the co-founders of the Bemidji chapter of AIM,...

 
 By Shirelle Moore    News    March 23, 2018

Bodies Of Both Missing Fishermen Recovered In Lower Red Lake

Both of the bodies of the two fishermen who went missing at Red Lake in early November have been recovered. Red Lake Law Enforcement and some community members have been searching tirelessly for the past six months searching for the missing so the families could have...

 
 By Shirelle Moore    News    March 14, 2018

Red Lake Woman Arrested On Heroin Charges In Motley

Morrison County Sheriff’s office reports that a woman is behind bars after drug paraphernalia was found in her car during a traffic stop. The incident happened this past Saturday a little before 6 at night. A Morrison County Deputy was patrolling the city of Motley and observed a white Chevrolet impala make a...

 

Red Lake State Of The Band Address Offers Solutions To Curve Opioid Crisis

Today's Red Lake State Of The Band address covered many topics, but there was one subject that was prominently highlighted: the opioid crisis. "It just hurts our families, our friends and it's not our culture, but it's here," says Red Lake Tribal Chairman Darrell Seki,...

 

Ponemah Walk Brings Awareness To Missing & Murdered Indigenous People

You've seen their names on missing posters or on the news. Sometimes, their family members go years without finding out what happened to their loved ones. Today's Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Walk was meant to bring awareness to a problem that's been happening...

 

New Ambulances Delivered To Red Lake And Ponemah

Officers of the Red Lake Tribal Council met with the US Department of Agriculture to sign papers for two new ambulances at around 8:30 Wednesday morning. The vehicles were delivered that morning only 30 minutes later. One of the ambulances will be assigned to Red Lake....

 

Red Lake Homeless Shelter Hosts Memorial Feast

Today is the first day of winter. For some, that means cozy nights by the fire, but what about those who don't have a home? "We do it every year to honor all those who have passed away that are homeless due to winter exposure," says Jordan May, the executive director...

 

Leech Lake Band Of Ojibwe Files Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers

The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe has approved the filing of a lawsuit in federal district court against six of the largest opioid manufacturers. They include Purdue Pharma, Cephalon, Inc., and Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and the three largest distributors of prescription drugs; McKesson Corporation, Cardinal Health, Inc.,...

 

New Strategies Used To Help Find Missing Boaters On Red Lake

Rescue efforts are continuing this week in Red Lake in the hopes of finding two missing boaters. It's been more than a week since one man, identified as 29-year-old Deland Beaulieu, and a 17-year-old male juvenile were reported missing after their boat capsized near the...

 

Crews Continue To Search Red Lake For Missing Fishermen

Crews are out searching for two fishermen who went missing after their boat capsized in Lower Red Lake yesterday. More than eight different agencies, including the US Border Patrol and the FBI, joined the search. The incident happened late Monday afternoon near an area...

 

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