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Articles from the November 15, 2016 edition

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Three potential winter storm-related scenarios that will likely affect your area this weekend

A change in the weather is coming. This is something we have known for a couple of weeks. A pattern change will bring an end to the seemingly endless mild and sunny November days. A switch to near-average weather is coming later this week and even average weather will be a shock. However, there is the potential of a big winter...

 

Where is Jeremy? Air, ground, water search underway for missing 17-year-old

BEMIDJI - Law enforcement agencies conducted a "large-scale search" on Monday for Jeremy Jourdain, the 17-year-old Cass Lake boy last seen on Halloween in Bemidji. Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin said Monday's search would include foot and ATV searches, as well as the use of watercraft and helicopters. Searchers focused on the...

 

RLHS/RLMS Students Participate in Health Fair at Red Lake High School - P6

RLHS/RLMS Students Participate in Health Fair at Red Lake High School...

 
 By Frank Jossi    News    November 15, 2016

Minneapolis attorney's tax plan could clear the way for more solar

Minneapolis tax attorney and former bank president Bob Olson has an idea he believes could transform renewable energy financing by using a mix of tax breaks that result in nonprofits or even government agencies eventually owning projects. The first project that could happen involves a proposed Red Lake Nation solar installation...

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P11

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - P11...

 

ProFreakz of Deer River Win GigaZone Gaming Championship

(Bemidji, MN) (November 14, 2016) – The first stadium style eSporting event in the region, the GigaZone Gaming Championship, was held Saturday, November 12 at the Sanford Center George W. Neilson Convention Center. ProFreakz from Deer River won the first GigaZone Gaming Championship and $2,500 defeating Team Synergy from...

 

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P9

Halloween Night in Red Lake 2016 - Set 2 - P9...

 

DNR sets winter walleye regs for Upper Red Lake

RED LAKE-The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said Monday it will allow anglers in Upper Red Lake to keep three walleye, but only one of them may be longer than 17 inches. The regulations, effective Dec. 1, are the same that were in place during last winter's fishing season. "These regulations were very well accepted...

 

Red Lake Nation College hosts "Zombie Prom" - P11

Red Lake Nation College hosts "Zombie Prom" - P11...

 

Minnesota DNR sets Upper Red Lake winter walleye limit at three

The DNR said Monday that winter anglers on Upper Red Lake can keep three walleyes, one of which may be longer than 17 inches. The regulations are effective Dec. 1, and are the same regulations in place last winter. “These regulations were very well accepted by anglers, and meet our harvest plan objectives by spreading harvest over a wide range of sizes and removing some of...

 

Little Rock Community hosts Halloween Party at Little Rock Center - P11

On Friday, October 28, 2016, the Little Rock Community hosted a Halloween Party at the new Little Rock Center. The event featured an assortment of snacks and lunch, numerous free games for the kids and a costume conest. The event was sponsored by the Little Rock Community....

 

The Mynor and Lacy (Ducheneaux) Aguilar Wedding of October 22, 2016 - P16

The Mynor and Lacy (Ducheneaux) Aguilar Wedding of Saturday, October 22, 2016, held at the Little Rock Center....

 

Red Lake's Grace White signs Letter of Intent with Denver University - P3

RED LAKE – At a special ceremony at Red Lake High School on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, Senior Grace White signed her letter of intent with the University of Denver to play in their Division 1 Basketball Program. White is the first Red Lake athlete in any sport to commit, or even have the opportunity, to compete in NCAA...

 

Bagley too much for Red Lake in 55-16 loss at home - P21

From KKCQ Sports - Bagley at Red Lake 55-16 Bagley was too much for the Red Lake Warriors this afternoon as they racked up 39 points in the first half on their way to a 55- 16 win. The Flyers 180 yards on the ground in the first half dominated play and the clock and the second half was a blend of replacement players for the...

 

The Jeff Jourdain/Amanda Charnoski Wedding of Saturday, October 8, 2016 - P25

The Jeff Jourdain/Amanda Charnoski Wedding of Saturday, October 8, 2016, held at St. Mary's Church in Red Lake....

 

Canada's Leading Referral-Only Cannabis Clinic now Helping patients in your Community

Cannabinoid Medical Clinic (CMClinic) has recently become a partner with the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) to offer patients in rural communities such as your own the benefits of medical marijuana. CMClinic is a referral-only prescription cannabinoid clinic with highly trained physicians specializing in the field. Two of CMClinic’s specialists will be hosting lunch and...

 

Anti-pipeline activists appear in court

BAGLEY—Two Washington state women charged with felonies related to tampering with Enbridge pipeline valves in Clearwater County, Minn., appeared in court Monday. Emily Johnston, 50, of Seattle, and Annette Klapstein, 64, of Bainbridge Island, Wash., are each charged with criminal damage to property of critical public service facilities, utilities and pipelines; aiding and...

 

Cougar pair spotted fighting in northern Minnesota

NASHWAUK, Minn. — Two likely cougars, or mountain lions, have been spotted in northern Minnesota — fighting. The exceedingly rare event — wildlife officials aren’t aware of two cougars being spotted together in Minnesota before — raises the possibility that one could have been a female. Which raises the possibility — albeit a remote one — that we might be on the...

 

More discussion needed before agency will approve Dakota Access easement

WASHINGTON — More discussion is needed with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe before the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will grant an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline, the agency announced Monday, Nov. 14, in a temporary win for protesters of the four-state pipeline. The Army Corps invited the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to engage in discussions regarding conditions that...

 

MDA announces keynote speakers for 2017 Minnesota Organic Conference

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is pleased to announce that two outstanding keynote speakers will headline the 2017 Minnesota Organic Conference in January. Renowned agroecologist and farmer Fernando Funes-Monzote will share insights about challenges for organic agriculture in Cuba on Thursday, January 12. Donald Wyse will highlight the...

 

TZD puts safety messages on overhead electronic message signs

ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Minnesota departments of transportation and public safety today launched a new Message Monday campaign using the state’s electronic message signs to bring attention to safe driving. The signs, located above freeways and other high-traffic roads, already are used to display messages related to road conditions, speed limits, construction and DPS...

 

Native American Nonprofits "Do a Better Job" of Having Women in Top Leadership Positions

LONGMONT, Colorado (Nov. 14, 2016) – A new report issued today by First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) examines gender and leadership within the Native American nonprofit sector. Overall, it finds that the leadership ranks of Native American nonprofits look very different from the national or mainstream nonprofit sector, with Native American nonprofits largely...

 

Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Roberts Announces Applications Now Being Accepted for Indian Affairs Student Leadership Summer Institute 2017

WASHINGTON – Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Lawrence S. Roberts announced today that applications to the Indian Affairs Student Leadership Summer Institute, a 10-week paid internship for post-secondary Native students now in its second year, are being accepted for 2017. The deadline for applications is November 30, 2016. The Indian Affairs Student...

 
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Food Initiative - Are you interested in growing food?

Have you dreamed of growing food, being a farmer or a rancher, or maybe just growing healthy food in your own back yard? Your input and guidance will help 4-Directions plan not only their training sessions, but also their services to help you accomplish your healthy food goals. Food Producer's Guidance Meeting November 17, 2016...

 

Racially charged incidents continue at US universities

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A student at the University of Oklahoma was temporarily suspended and police are investigating a threat against a Muslim student near the University of Michigan amid racially charged outbursts at schools and universities across the country following Donald Trump's presidential election. The Associated Press and other local media outlets identified several...

 

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