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Annual 2016 MSBA Leadership Conference held in Minneapolis - P3

The 2016 MSBA (Minnesota School Boards Association) Leadership Conference was held January 14-15, 2016, at the Minneapolis Convention Center. This was a two-day conference and free to all MSBA members, MSBA provides this free conference every January as part of members' annual dues. The conference featured nationally recognized...

 

One dead, one hospitalized in carbon monoxide poisoning in fish house

WALKER -- One man died and another is in a Twin Cities hospital after an apparent carbon monoxide poisoning Sunday in an ice fishing house on Leech Lake. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office reports it received a call at 4:37 p.m. Sunday of a medical emergency at a fish house on Walker Bay of Leech Lake. The fish house was a converted camper-trailer. When deputies and emergency...

 

Annual 2016 MSBA Leadership Conference held in Minneapolis - P4

The 2016 MSBA (Minnesota School Boards Association) Leadership Conference was held January 14-15, 2016, at the Minneapolis Convention Center. This was a two-day conference and free to all MSBA members, MSBA provides this free conference every January as part of members' annual dues. The conference featured nationally recognized...

 

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - P10

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - P10...

 

Warriors cruise to 70-39 win over Kelliher-Northome Mustangs - P3

RED LAKE - The 11-2 Red Lake Warriors hosted the Kelliher-Northome Mustangs on Tuesday, January 12, 2016, having came off an 81-36 win over the Mahnomen Indians on Monday. At the half the Warriors led the Mustangs 37-20, and cruised to a 70-39 victory with 5 players all in double figures. Kendall Whitefeather led Red Lake with...

 

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - Set 2 - P10

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - Set 2 - P10...

 

Lady Warriors move to 4-0 with 86-51 win over Kelliher-Northome - P23

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors moved to 4-0 on Friday, December 11, 2015 with their 86-51 win over the Kelliher-Northome Mustangs at home. The Lady Warriors drew first blood and the Mustangs hung right in with their fast paced offense throughout early minutes of the first half. At 5 minutes left in the half it was a...

 

Lady Warriors dominate Blackduck in 95-28 Home Opener Win - P29

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors looked very, very good in their Home Opener with Blackduck on Thursday, December 3, 2015. They came out strong in the opening minutes of play, scoring 13 points before Blackduck could score 1 on a free throw. Then, at the 13:31 mark scored 6 more to lead 19-1. It never got any better...

 

2015 RLES 1st and 2nd Grade Holiday Program held on December 3rd - P28

The Red Lake Elementary School 1st and 2nd Grade Holiday Program was held on Thursday, December 3, 2015. Last year it was decided that they would split their annual Holiday Program because of overcrowding in their gym and safety concerns. On Wednesday, December 2, 2015 RLES presented their 3rd, 4th and 5th grade Holiday Program...

 

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 - Set 2 - P33

Red Lake Warriors win Home Opener with Blackduck 75-64 Junior Varsity, 7th and 8th Grade Boys also victorious...

 

Traffic stop yields highway chase, drug bust for Bemidji man, Crookston woman

MOTLEY, Minn. -- After fleeing a traffic stop, a Crookston woman and Bemidji man face felony drug charges after officers found heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana in their car. Both Ashley Ann Thomas, 24, and Billy Dale Vincent, 38, face drug and sale possession charges after being pulled over Thursday afternoon near Motley. After a Minnesota State Patrol trooper made...

 

Fergus Falls father loses lawsuit against officers who he claimed kept him from baby's birth

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. -- An Otter Tail County judge dismissed a lawsuit against two Fergus Falls police officers accused of wrongfully detaining a man and preventing him from witnessing the birth of his child. Dennis Fronning of Battle Lake filed a lawsuit in 2014 against Officer Robb Foreman, Sgt. Andrew Miller, the Fergus Falls Police Department and the City of Fergus Falls...

 

Three charged after 2 pounds of meth seized

EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. -- Three Minnesota men face drug charges after authorities seized 2 pounds of methamphetamine that was being trafficked into East Grand Forks from the Mankato area, according to police. Police arrested Brock Lawrence Altringer, 41, of East Grand Forks; Joshua John Blanchard, 31, of Madelia, which is near Mankato; and Robert James Delacruz, 26, of North...

 

Pumps are paying off: Low prices expected to stay until summer grade changeover

BEMIDJI -- The average price of gas has been falling locally and nationally and experts say the trend is likely to continue -- at least for a couple more months. In Bemidji, the average price per gallon comes to $1.77, similar to other Minnesota cities. In Duluth, the cost is $1.79, Rochester is at $1.76, St. Cloud is at $1.78 and the Twin Cities comes in the lowest at $1.72....

 

St. Paul officer on leave after allegedly telling drivers to run over marchers

A St. Paul police officer is on administrative leave in connection with a Facebook post urging drivers to run over marchers on Martin Luther King Day. Sgt. Jeff Rothecker was identified by Andrew Henderson, a community activist who monitors police behavior. Henderson alleged in a YouTube video that Rothecker, who posted under the name "JM Roth," wrote the comment under a...

 

As gas prices tumble in metro, expect more road vacations, larger vehicles leaving the sales lot

Gas prices hit a six-year low on Monday, with Minnesota drivers paying an average of $1.74 a gallon and some as little as $1.54. The price of gas might bump up in late February and early March, when refineries switch to making summer-grade fuel, but analysts are predicting that gas prices for 2016 will be lower than last year, when the average prices were the lowest in a...

 

Bicycle lobby to seek lower speed limit for cities in Minnesota

The state’s bike lobby plans to push at the Legislature for lower speed limits on city streets. A limit of 25 miles per hour has long been a goal for Minneapolis, St. Paul and other communities. Supporters argue a lower limit would reduce the crash danger for pedestrians and cyclists and get more people out exercising. The present urban limit of 30 mph was cited by the...

 

Hennepin, Ramsey move toward plan for joint treatment of teen offenders

After decades running their own juvenile facilities, Hennepin and Ramsey counties are taking the unusual step of teaming up to plan a joint residential treatment center for teenage criminal offenders. Officials say that the new facility, which won’t open at least until 2019, will save both counties money, upgrade the aging facilities that now exist and allow the counties to...

 

Leech Lake ice fisherman dies, three others sick from carbon monoxide

The winter's late ice fishing season turned tragic Sunday when one angler died and another was hospitalized after carbon monoxide poisoned them in a fish house on Leech Lake in northern Minnesota. Propane heaters in the fish house, converted from a camper trailer, were not ventilated, leading to a buildup of the gas, Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch said by phone Monday. He urged...

 

More quakes rattle Oklahoma but state avoids tough measures

OKLAHOMA CITY — In Oklahoma, now the country's earthquake capital, people are talking nervously about the big one as man-made quakes get stronger, more frequent and closer to major population centers. Next door in Kansas, they're feeling on firmer ground though no one is ready yet to declare victory. A year ago, the states had a common problem — earthquakes caused by the...

 

Burns Paiute Tribe Sounds Off About Oregon Standoff At Malheur Wildlife Center

Burns Paiute tribal leaders are concerned that participants at the Oregon standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge are going to steal Native American artifacts at the facility. Leaders maintain their “cultural rights” were respected by the government staffers, but worry important tribal materials inside could be destroyed during the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)...

 
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FREE TRAINING - FOOD SERVICE CAREER OPPORTUNITY

FREE TRAINING - FOOD SERVICE CAREER OPPORTUNITY ServSafe National Restaurant Association Looking for motivated individuals that are interested in working in the food service industry or want to advance in their current food service position. Applications can be picked up at Red Lake Nation TERO office. February 5th is the...

 

Red ribbons hung on Kamloops bridges

You may notice red ribbons hanging from the bridges in Kamloops. Each ribbon is meant to represent a missing or murdered indigenous woman in B.C. There are 149 of them. Nikki Fraser tied the first ribbon. It's in memory of her cousin, Samantha Paul,whose remains were found near White Lake in the spring of 2014. Nikki was in the studio along with Francyne Joe. She is...

 

Deadline looms for bands to enter day scholar residential school suit

First Nations' deadline to join a class action lawsuit for members who attended residential schools during the day is coming soon. First Nations within communities that contained a residential school, and who had members attend a school, have until the end of February to decide whether or not they want to be part of the lawsuit. This claim is different from the Residential...

 

Grocery becomes first Native-owned business in Whiteclay

PINE RIDGE | When Martin Pilcher was a boy growing up in the New Crazy Horse community a couple miles south of the reservation on the road to Whiteclay, Neb., he and his young friends would do their best to avoid Highway 407. Whether on horseback or on foot, the youngsters were leery of the roadway, and would reluctantly sneak across the tarmac only to reach the cool creek on...

 

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