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Articles from the January 3, 2024 edition


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  • Roberta "Bobbie" Marie (Chase) Matthews

    Jan 3, 2024

    Roberta "Bobbie" Marie (Chase) Matthews November 16, 1954 ~ December 28, 2023 (age 69) age 69. She was born on November 16, 1954, in Denver, CO. She made her way to the spirit world on Thursday, December 28th, joining her mother Valentine (Briseno) and father Arthur Chase. She will be remembered as a beautiful person who always had a smile on her face. Bobbie enjoyed playing the slot machines at the casino, people watching, and visiting family and friends. Bobbie loved to listen to music,...

  • How one north Minneapolis elementary school cut disruptive behavior calls by 75%

    Jan 3, 2024

    Every day, De'sean Davis takes a break from his second-grade class at Nellie Stone Johnson Elementary to spend 15 minutes burning off some extra energy, running around or playing catch in the school's "sensory room." The break room and its leader, known to students as Ms. Erin, are part of a solution that has dramatically reduced the number of behavior issues at the north Minneapolis elementary. By this time last school year, Principal Kelly Wright had tracked more than 200 calls and referrals...

  • Kids heard fatal shots, saw wounded mother fall in home near Twin Cities, charges against father say

    Jan 3, 2024

    Two young children heard fatal gunfire and saw their mortally wounded mother fall to the floor in the family's home west of the Twin Cities, according to charges filed Tuesday against their father. Bryan W. Demarais, 35, was charged in Meeker County District Court with second-degree murder and child endangerment in connection with the shooting Thursday of Kayla M. Demarais, 29, at their home just west of Dassel in the 22000 block of 713th Avenue. Bryan Demarais appeared in court Tuesday and...

  • Woman stole $1M from Edina employer, rang up big charges on high-end fashion, at posh hotels, police say

    Jan 3, 2024

    An Eden Prairie woman has been arrested on allegations she stole more than $1 million from an Edina business furnishings company where she worked and spent some of the money on high-end clothing and at resort hotels in Las Vegas and Miami. The thefts spanned more than seven years and weren't detected until November, shortly before she was fired from SICO America Inc., according to a search warrant affidavit filed by police seeking court permission to search her financial records. The 51-year-old woman was booked into the Hennepin County jail...

  • The Vikings' QB conundrum, and the false choice of Kirk Cousins

    Jan 3, 2024

    The Vikings don't know who will play quarterback for them on Sunday in the finale of this season of multiple derailments, but they do know this: The options are increasingly bleak, and none of Jaren Hall, Nick Mullens or Joshua Dobbs look like a viable choice as a 2024 starter. Minnesota's quarterback carousel - a difficult situation handled poorly by head coach Kevin O'Connell in recent weeks - has made it fashionable to pine for the injured free-agent-to-be Kirk Cousins, who was on a hot...

  • Feds use weapons charge to arrest man linked to two Minneapolis homicides in 2022

    Jan 3, 2024

    A "prime suspect" in last month's killing of a man previously charged with stealing French bulldog puppies for ransom is also being linked to another shooting death that has gone unsolved for nearly two years, according to newly filed federal charges. Four spent shell casings found at the scene of a Minneapolis shooting homicide in March 2022 underpin federal charges against a man now also suspected of taking part in last month's surge in gun violence in the city. Prosecutors charged Deandre...

  • South Korean opposition leader is stabbed in the neck. Police say attacker approached for autograph

    Jan 3, 2024

    SEOUL, South Korea - South Korea's tough-speaking liberal opposition leader, Lee Jae-myung, was stabbed in the neck Tuesday by an unidentified knife-wielding man who attempted to kill the politician during his visit to the southeastern city of Busan, police said. Lee, 59, the head of the main opposition Democratic Party, was airlifted to a Seoul hospital after receiving emergency treatment in Busan. Lee's party later said he was recovering at an intensive care unit at the Seoul National...

  • Man hit by driver in middle of night in Blaine and killed

    Jan 3, 2024

    A man was hit by a driver early Tuesday in Blaine and killed, officials said. The incident occurred about 4:30 a.m. on 109th Avenue NE., just east of Hwy. 65, the Anoka County Sheriff's Office said. Emergency responders arrived to find the man down in the road and declared him dead at the scene, the Sheriff's Office said. His identity has yet to be released. "A short time later" the driver and his vehicle were located, said Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Tierney Peters. The driver was cooperating with the investigation, Peters said. Officials...

  • Gunman breaks into Colorado Supreme Court building; intrusion unrelated to Trump case, police say

    Jan 3, 2024

    DENVER - A man leaving the scene of a car wreck Tuesday shot his way into the Colorado Supreme Court building and inflicted ''extensive damage'' to the building before being arrested by police, authorities said, adding the incident seems unrelated to the court's recent ruling banning former President Donald Trump from the ballot. Colorado's justices have received threats ever since they ruled 4-3 last month that a rarely used constitutional provision barring from office those who ''engaged in...

  • South Minneapolis encampment residents file emergency lawsuit in hopes of halting sweep

    Jan 3, 2024

    Two residents of a major south Minneapolis homeless encampment scheduled to close this week have filed a federal lawsuit against Mayor Jacob Frey in hopes of blocking the city's plans. Cheryl Sagataw, a member of the Potawatomi Nation who has been homeless for about nine months, and DeAnthony Barnes, who has been in and out of housing since 2011, sued the mayor on behalf of themselves and other residents of the encampment known as Camp Nenookaasi. Sagataw and Barnes claim they had been pushed...

  • Apparent Israeli strike kills senior Hamas figure in Beirut and raises fears conflict could expand

    Jan 3, 2024

    BEIRUT - An apparent Israeli strike in the Lebanese capital of Beirut killed Hamas' No. 2 political leader Tuesday, marking a potentially significant escalation of Israel's war against the militant group and heightening the risk of a wider Middle East conflict. Saleh Arouri, who was the most senior Hamas figure killed since the war with Israel began, was also a founder of the group's military wing. His death could provoke major retaliation by Lebanon's powerful Hezbollah militia. The strike hit...

  • Michael Cohen can't hold Donald Trump liable for retaliatory imprisonment, appeals court says

    Jan 3, 2024

    NEW YORK - Michael Cohen can't hold his former boss, ex-president Donald Trump, liable because he was jailed for what he claimed was retaliation for writing a tell-all memoir, an appeals court said Tuesday. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan said in an order that it would not revive a lawsuit that a lower-court judge had tossed out because the law did not seem to provide a damages remedy for most claims that someone was jailed in retaliation for their criticisms of a president....

  • Approximately 50 anglers rescued Monday on Lake of the Woods

    Jan 3, 2024

    WILLIAMS, Minn. — Curt Quesnell was fishing east of Long Point on the south shore of Lake of the Woods on Monday afternoon, Jan. 1, when he got a message with a short video from a buddy that a large crack had opened up less than a mile off Long Point, and several anglers were stranded on the north side of the crack. While Quesnell wasn’t far from the crack, he was on the shoreline side of the fissure set up over about 25 feet of water. It wasn’t where he wanted to be fishing, Quesnell said, but the crack that opened up at about 3 p.m. Monda...

  • 16–17-Year-Old High School Students: Enter the Paul Bunyan Communications Youth Tour Essay Contest for a Chance to Win a Trip to Washington D.C. Deadline is Thursday, March 2

    (Bemidji, MN) (January 3, 2024) Area High School Students age 16 or 17 are encouraged to enter the Paul Bunyan Communications Essay Contest for a chance to attend the 2024 Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. June 3-7, with all expenses paid by Paul Bunyan Communications. Students interested in attending the Youth Tour need to submit a short essay, no more than 500 words in length, on why they would like to attend the Youth Tour. Students must be 16 or 17 years of age and in high school with their parent/guardian a member of Paul Bunyan...

  • Salmonella case linked to Busseto Charcuterie Sampler

    Jan 3, 2024

    Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) officials are warning Minnesota consumers not to eat Busseto brand Charcuterie Sampler containing prosciutto, sweet sopressata, and dry coppa and purchased at Sam’s Club or other retailers. One Minnesotan reported becoming ill in December after consuming a Busseto brand Charcuterie Sampler purchased at Sam’s Club. The person was not hospitalized. MDA staff collected and tested an unopened package of Busseto brand Charcuterie Sampler from the person’s home. The p...

  • Minnesota stabilizes Medicaid insurance for kids

    Jan 3, 2024

    A new continuous eligibility policy for children will help provide a healthier and more equitable start for the youngest Minnesotans. All children under age 19 who are eligible for Medical Assistance will have 12 months of continuous coverage at a time. Medical Assistance is Minnesota’s Medicaid program. This important change will prevent paperwork issues due to temporary changes in a parent’s income from disrupting a child’s health insurance. Families with low and moderate incomes may experience fluctuations in income during a year that brief...

  • MDA Now Accepting Applications for 2024 Beginning Farmer Tax Credit

    Jan 3, 2024

    St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s (MDA) Rural Finance Authority (RFA) is now accepting applications for the 2024 Beginning Farmer Tax Credit, an annual program available to landlords and sellers (asset owners) who rent or sell farmland, equipment, livestock, and other agricultural assets to beginning farmers. Asset owners can claim credits in one of the following categories in a given tax year for each beginning farmer they lease/sell to: Tax Credit Amount Maximum Tax Credit Application Due Date Cash Rentals 10% of a...

  • Dakota women leading two Twin Cities nonprofits aim to be catalysts for change

    Jan 3, 2024

    The Twin Cities are at the epicenter of a dynamic shift in the world of land stewardship and restoration work. Leading the charge are two nonprofit environmental organizations - Wakan Tipi Awanyankapi and Owámniyomni Okhódayapi. In the past they were predominantly led by white men. Today, they are being overseen by two Native American women. For now, Wakan Tipi Awanyankapi is headquartered on the 15th floor of the First National Bank building in downtown St. Paul overlooking the Mississippi R...

  • Healthy Teeth, Healthy Life, Healthy Tribe, Healthy Anishinaabe

    Jan 3, 2024

    Looking for a great way to kick off the new year? How about participating in National Staying Healthy Month to create habits that will follow you all year? The mouth is the gateway to thebody, and a healthy mouth can mean better overall health. Running throughout the month of January, National Staying Healthy Month gives you an opportunity to establish better oral health routines. While the World Health Organization (WHO) applauds innovations in medicine, such as vaccinations, therapies, drugs, and surgical procedures, which have contributed...

  • Army Private First Class Reina June Strong Honored by O'bahsheeng Three Star Warrior Society at Oshkiimaajitahdah Event Center - P3

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 3, 2024

    A dinner and honoring of Army Private First Class Reina June Strong was held at the Oshkiimaajitahdah Event Center on Thursday, December 28, 2023 by the O'bahsheeng Three Star Warrior Society, a veteran's organization and honor guard serving the Red Lake Nation. which included presenting her with an eagle feather to help her through her new journey and challenges. Reina is stationed at Fort Novosel in Alabama, where she is training to become an Aviation Operation Specialist. According to their w...

  • Red Lake Elderly Nutrition Christmas Party held at Seven Clans Casino Event Center - P7

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 3, 2024

    The Red Lake Elderly Nutrition Christmas Party was held at Seven Clans Casino Event Center on Thursday, December 21, 2023 from 11 AM to 3 PM. The event, which attracted a packed house of Red Lake Nation Elders, featured gifts to the elders, a limited amount of candy bags, a walleye and buffalo dinner, and live entertainment by Elvis entertainer Travis LeDoyt. Some photographs by Mary Omen and Vickey Fineday....

  • Nevis' Offense and Defense too much for Lady Warriors in 72-20 loss at home - P9

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 3, 2024

    Nevis' Offense and Defense too much for Lady Warriors in 72-20 loss at home on Tuesday, December 19, 2023. Red Lake's Junior Varsity also take a loss 39-13 in the early game. The Lady Warriors won't see action again until January 11, 2024 when they host Pine River, travel to FDL on January 13th and travel to Mahnomen on January 15th. Red Lake Lady Warriors Basketball 2023-2024 Schedule: https://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2023/12/11/sports/red-lake-lady-warriors-basketbal...

  • Red Lake Holiday Celebration held on Saturday, December 16, 2023 - P11

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 3, 2024

    Red Lake Holiday Celebration held on Saturday, December 16, 2023...

  • Warriors back on track with win over FDL on Saturday 93-48 - P11

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 3, 2024

    After losing their first game of the season in Cass Lake on Friday night, the Red Lake Warriors came on strong on Saturday, December 16th to get back on track with their 93-48 win over Fond du Lac. The Warriors led 51-27 at the half. Gerald Kingbird Jr. had 25 of his 38 total points in the first half. Kingbird led all scorers with 38 points, Tyrone Beaulieu had 18 and Jack Brown added 9 points. Jordell Brown netted 12 for FDL and Richard Hearle had 11 points. Red Lake travels to Nevis on...

  • Lady Warriors win over FDL on Saturday, December 16th 75-35 - P11

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jan 3, 2024

    Lady Warriors win over FDL on Saturday, December 16th 75-35 Red Lake travels to BGMR on December 18th, hosts Nevis on December 19th and travels to Pine River on January 11, 2024. Red Lake Lady Warriors Basketball 2023-2024 Schedule: https://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2023/12/11/sports/red-lake-lady-warriors-basketball-2023-2024-schedule/117594.html...

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