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Articles from the January 4, 2017 edition

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Barrett, Jourdain and Desjarlait sworn in at Red Lake School Board meeting

RED LAKE, MN. - At a special school board meeting held on Tuesday, January 3, 2016, three members of the Red Lake School Board were sworn into office to begin their 4-year terms. Michael Barrett was reelected in November, along with new-comers Chris Jourdain and Jack Desjarlait, and each will serve until 2021. Administering the...

 

Warriors continue to win, now 7-0 with 99-38 victory over Laporte - P14

The Red Lake Warriors basketball team continue to win as they up their record to 7-0 on the season with 99-38 win over Laporte on Thursday, December 15, 2016, in Red Lake. Red Lake never trailed and led 63-20 at the half. Most of the starters only played about half a game, as well. Rob McClain led all scorers with 18 points,...

 

2017 Red Lake News Year's Celebration - P6

The 2017 Red Lake News Year's Celebration was held at the Red Lake Humanities Center on Saturday, December 31, 2016. Not exactly sure why these photographs are appearing in the wrong format; it may have something to do with the new site that will be going online in the next week or so....

 

Red Lake Warriors down Kelliher-Northome 88-47 to go to 6-0 on season in Home Opener - P16

The Red Lake Warriors played their first game at home on Tuesday, December 13, 2016, taking a 48-20 half time lead and cruising to the 88-47 victory. The win put the Warriors at 6-0 on the season. Rob McClain led Red Lake with 21 points, Jamie Cook and Rob Beaulieu each added 12 points, WIll Morrison netted 10 points, Anthony...

 

2017 Red Lake News Year's Celebration - P5

The 2017 Red Lake News Year's Celebration was held at the Red Lake Humanities Center on Saturday, December 31, 2016. Not exactly sure why these photographs are appearing in the wrong format; it may have something to do with the new site that will be going online in the next week or so....

 

Red Lake Elementary School Christmas Program held on Tuesday, Decemberr 13, 2016 - P16

Red Lake Elementary School Christmas Program held on Tuesday, Decemberr 13, 2016 - P16...

 

Lady Warriors go to 4-0 on seasion with 85-42 win over Kelliher-Northome - P18

The Red Lake Lady Warriors went to 4-0 on the season with their 85-42 win over Kelliher-Northome on Friday, December 9, 2016 in Red Lake. Alexis Desjarlait led the Warriors with 22 points on the night, Gerika Kingbird nailed 20 points, Angel McClain added 13, Grace White hit for 12, Danielle Seki had 7, Dominic Dickenson netted...

 

Lady Warriors crush Laporte 108-36 in season home opener - P19

The Red Lake Lady Warriors crushed Laporte 108-36 in their season home opener on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at Red Lake. Grace White led Red Lake with 27, Alexis Desjarlait added 25, all in the first half, Gerika Kingbird had 18, Angel McClain hit for 15, Kaylynn Chaboyea had 11 and Danielle Seki 9. Kortni Kerby led Laporte...

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P45

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P45...

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P46

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P46...

 

No travel advisory lifted for northwestern Minnesota

BEMIDJI, Minn. – (4:00 p.m.) The Minnesota Department of Transportation has lifted the no travel advisory that was in effect for the western portions of Kittson and Marshall Counties. Current driving conditions remain difficult because of reduced visibility from blowing and drifting snow. Motorists should slow down and drive with caution. Motorists should remember to: ...

 
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Take better care of yourself and better care of your loved one; 90 minute classes held weekly

Take better care of yourself and better care of your loved one; 90 minute classes held weekly Family & Children Services Building Training Room in Red Lake - Wednesday, Jan. 18 - Feb. 22 6 PM - 7:30 PM Maximum of 10 participants. RSVP to Karen Bedeau (218) 679-333-8098...

 

First snow, then the cold: Arctic blast to run through the weekend

BEMIDJI—The first snowstorm of 2017 swept through the Bemidji area on Monday and early Tuesday, and bitter cold temperatures were left in its wake. In all, the Bemidji area received about 6 inches of new snow, with some locations receiving more and some less in the past 24 hours, according to spotter reports on the National Weather Service website. School was delayed two...

 

'Building a better Beltrami County': After an election year, commissioners pledge to work together

BEMIDJI—Two returning incumbents and a new commissioner took the oath of office and were sworn in Tuesday during the Beltrami County Board meeting. The oaths, administered by Ninth District Judge Paul Benshoof, were taken by newly elected District 2 Commissioner Reed Olson as well as re-elected District 5 and District 4 Commissioners Jim Lucachick and Tim Sumner. Immediately...

 

Ceremony dominates policy as Minnesota Legislature opens

ST. PAUL — Arthur Roger Franzen was not overly impressed with his ornate, and newly renovated, surroundings. Sen. Melisa Franzen of Edina held her son, born Dec. 28, in her left hand while she rose her right hand Tuesday, Jan. 3, to be sworn in to her second Minnesota Senate term. Arthur Roger slept through the ceremony as the senator was one of 200 state lawmakers to take...

 

Court says Minnesota sex offender law OK

ST. PAUL -- Minnesota let out a sigh of relief Tuesday, Jan. 3, after a federal appeals court decided a lower court erred in tossing out a state law that put some of the worst sex offenders in prison-like facilities after they complete their sentences. Had the original ruling stood, the state would have scrambled to release many of the 700 sex offenders now confined in state...

 

Valerie Janet (Smith) Johnson

Valerie Janet (Smith) Johnson Born: Thu., Jul. 10, 1952 Died: Mon., Jan. 2, 2017 Visitation 2:00 PM Wed., Jan. 04, 2017 Location: Red Lake Community Center Funeral Service 2:00 PM Fri., Jan. 06, 2017 Location: St. Mary's Catholic Church Valerie Janet Johnson, Waabishkii-Aandegookwe which means "White Crow" of Redby, Minnesota...

 

Free Market for Education? Economists Generally Don't Buy It

The odds are good that privatizing education will be part of the agenda for President-elect Donald J. Trump’s administration. The Republican platform calls for increasing the role of banks in giving out student loans. And Mr. Trump and the platform advocate an expansion of both vouchers, which enable students to attend the private school of their choice with government...

 

UW-Eau Claire Researcher Finds Increase In Race-Based Bullying In Schools

A cyberbullying researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire said he's seeing an increase in the number of high school students being bullied because their race or skin color than in past years. Justin Patchin, a criminal justice professor at UW-Eau Claire, said for the last three years he and a colleague have talked to thousands of middle and high school students...

 

School finance formula to provide lawmakers with daunting task

Lawmakers face the most daunting task on education policy this coming year they can possibly tackle: writing a new school finance formula while responding to a high court order that will likely require additional funding. Kansas has been building up to this moment for years through court rulings and legislative fights, and now it is here. The Legislature repealed the state’s...

 

First lady to laud school counselors in final public remarks

WASHINGTON — When Michelle Obama helps recognize the school counselor of the year later this week, it will also mark her final White House event as first lady, aides said Tuesday. Mrs. Obama has presided over a White House ceremony each January since 2015 honoring school counselors, who she says are often the “deciding factor” in whether a student attends college. She...

 

Bill would let school boards fill superintendent vacancies

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Mississippi lawmakers are considering a measure that would let school boards appoint replacements for elected school superintendents who resign in the next three years. In 2016, the Legislature enacted a law making all 55 elected superintendents appointed beginning in 2020. Webster County Superintendent Jack Treloar, who was elected, resigned Dec. 31....

 

Minnesota pedestrian deaths reached 25-year high in 2016

Drivers hit and killed more pedestrians in Minnesota last year than any other year in the past quarter century, according to a preliminary total released Tuesday. The Department of Public Safety said 60 pedestrians died on Minnesota roads in 2016, 19 more than the previous year. The last time that many pedestrians died was in 1991, when the figure reached 61. Determining the...

 

Better Business Bureau revokes MyPillow accreditation over ad dispute

The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota revoked MyPillow Inc.’s accreditation, citing a battle to persuade the Chaska-based manufacturer to stop a lengthy “buy-one-get-one-free” promotion. The bureau also lowered its rating on MyPillow from an A+ to an F. The consumer rights outfit said it pressed MyPillow since last August to end the marketing ploy,...

 

U.S. Bank Stadium operator says protesters passed through security with rope and tickets to Vikings game

The Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters who swung from the heights of U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday had tickets to the Vikings-Bears game and carried their gear into the building hidden under winter clothes. The pair, who were arrested after the game, “had nothing visible in their possession that violated U.S. Bank Stadium policies and had nothing that prevented them from...

 

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