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Tigers outlasts Warriors in thriller at Pine River, 70-68

Tigers outlasts Warriors in thriller at Pine River, 70-68 Red Lake's JV clip Tigers 73-70 in earlier game...

 

Timothy Keezer Sr.

Timothy Keezer Sr. November 15, 1985 - January 21, 2023 Timothy Keezer Sr., age 37, of Waubun, MN, died unexpectedly on Saturday, January 21, 2023, at his home. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, January 27, 2023 at Anderson Family Funeral Home in Mahnomen, MN. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the...

 

Gov. Tim Walz proposes checks for 2.5 million Minnesota households

More than 2.5 million Minnesota households would receive checks from the state and many seniors would pay lower taxes on their Social Security benefits under DFL Gov. Tim Walz's $65.2 billion budget. Walz on Tuesday proposed his full vision of state spending and taxes for the next two years, drawing on an estimated...

 

Classified documents at Pence's home, too, his lawyer says

NEW YORK - Documents with classified markings were discovered in former Vice President Mike Pence 's Indiana residence last week, his lawyer says, the latest in a string of recoveries of papers meant to be treated with utmost sensitivity from the homes of current and former top U.S. officials. "A small number of documents,"...

 

Sixth person pleads guilty in $250M Feeding Our Future fraud case

A 43-year-old Brooklyn Park man on Tuesday became the sixth person to plead guilty in the $250 million federal child nutrition fraud case connected to the Minneapolis nonprofit Feeding Our Future. Liban Yasin Alishire admitted in a Minneapolis federal courtroom to pocketing more than $700,000 as part of a conspiracy in which he and others grossly overstated how many...

 

Study: 'Long COVID has harmed the workforce'

Long COVID is having a significant effect on America's workforce, preventing substantial numbers of people from going back to work while others continue needing medical care long after returning to their jobs, according to a new analysis of workers' compensation claims in New York state. The study, published Tuesday by New York'...

 

Oscars 2023 tip sheet: Who should win, who will win

BEST PICTURE Will win: "Everything Everywhere All at Once" The story: Where to begin? A woman whose family owns a laundromat finds herself in parallel worlds where she's a spy, a superhero and a movie star. In its favor: It was a hit with critics and audiences, who made the modestly budgeted comedy-drama a surprise hit last...

 

Honeywell threatens to lock out Teamsters if contract deal not reached next week

Honeywell International told local Teamsters union members that the company could begin locking out employees on Feb. 1 if the two sides don't reach a contract agreement. Management and the union - representing 634 workers at Honeywell's locations in Golden Valley, Minneapolis and Plymouth - are at a stalemate over current...

 

Ukraine corruption scandal claims several top officials

KYIV, Ukraine - Several senior Ukrainian officials, including front-line governors, lost their jobs Tuesday in a corruption scandal plaguing President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's government as it grapples with the nearly 11-month-old Russian invasion. Ukraine's biggest government shake-up since the war began came as U.S. officials...

 

The cost of a stamp just went up again

It just got a little more expensive to mail letters in the United States and abroad. The price for first-class Forever stamps increased to 63 cents from 60 cents this week, a 5% price jump that stemmed from rising operating expenses and losses for the Postal Service. The change, which went into effect Sunday, was first...

 

Minnesota DNR gets big budget boost from governor

ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources would get $287 million in new money over the next two years to rebuild dilapidated state park buildings, boat landings and fish hatcheries under Gov. Tim Walz’s proposed state budget unveiled Tuesday afternoon. The governor's plan also calls for millions more to be invested into protecting and enhancing grassland,...

 

Brooklyn Park Man Pleads Guilty to His Role in $250 Million Feeding Our Future Fraud Scheme

MINNEAPOLIS – Liban Yasin Alishire has pleaded guilty to his role in the $250 million fraud scheme that exploited a federally-funded child nutrition program during the COVID-19 pandemic, announced U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger. According to court documents, Alishire, 42, of Brooklyn Park, enrolled Community Enhancement Services and Lake Street Kitchen, organizations he helped...

 

State-run COVID-19 testing sites to close this week

State-run COVID-19 testing sites in four locations around the state will close this week, marking the end of their nearly three-year run serving Minnesotans. The St. Paul Midway site will close on Friday, Jan. 27, the Duluth site will close on Jan. 28 and the sites in Brooklyn Park and at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport will close on Jan. 29. “We are extremely grateful for...

 

MDA Now Accepting Applications for Noxious Weed/Invasive Plant Grants

St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is now accepting applications for the 2023 Noxious Weed and Invasive Plant Grant. Counties, municipalities, tribal governments, and weed management entities (including weed management areas) may apply for grants to mitigate noxious weeds around the state. To be eligible for consideration, applicants must spend grant fu...

 

Grants Available to Provide Access to Healthy Foods

St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is now accepting applications for the 2023 Good Food Access Program (GFAP) grants to increase availability and access to affordable, nutritious, and culturally appropriate foods to underserved communities. The GFAP Equipment and Physical Improvement Grant helps grocery stores and small food retailers purchase...

 

U.S. Supreme Court adds more Indian Country cases to docket

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Indian Country is gearing up for another round of big cases at the nation's highest court. The U.S. Supreme Court already heard one Indian law case this term and it was a major one. Arguments took place last November in Haaland v. Brackeen, a closely-watched dispute that will determine whether tribes can...

 

Native America Calling: The over-incarceration of Native Americans

The research on the over-representation of Native Americans behind bars is long and vast. But a new report shows numbers that exceed what we've seen in the past: Native people are incarcerated at a rate 38 times the national average, and are held in proportions higher than any other ethnic group in at least 19 states....

 

Reclaiming Indigenous birth practices

Reproductive justice is the mission of the Alaska Native Birthworkers Community. The grassroots group is reclaiming Indigenous birth practices to support families throughout their birthing journey. Margaret David and Abra Patkotak talk about its work. ICT is one of a growing number of news outlets that have become nonprofit organizations to deliver the news. Joining us to talk...

 

Fifth and Second Grader Reading Buddies at RLES

Follis' 5th graders and Sullivans 2nd graders are reading buddies this year!! Lots of reading and smiles happening today!...

 

Red Lake Warriors go right down to the wire in 69-62 win over Blackduck Drakes - P5

Warriors go right down to the wire in 69-62 win over Blackduck Drakes on Thursday, January 19, 2023 in Red Lake Junior Varsity also winners in early game, 57-50...

 

Lady Warriors unable to keep pace with Deer River in second half, lose at home 74-37 - P6

Lady Warriors unable to keep pace with Deer River in second half, lose at home 74-37 - P3 Lady Warriors Junior High loses 16-13 in early game...

 

Mahnomen-Waubun winners in second game of double-header, 80-68 over Red Lake Warriors - P7

Mahnomen-Waubun winners in second game of double-header, 80-68 over Red Lake Warriors Lady Warriors also fall to Lady Thunderbirds in earlier game, 69-28...

 

Lady Warriors fall to Lady Thunderbirds in early game, 69-28, in Red Lake - P7

Lady Warriors fall to Lady Thunderbirds in early game, 69-28, in Red Lake Mahnomen-Waubun winners in second game of double-header, 80-68 over Red Lake Warriors...

 

Cass Lake Panthers come on strong in last 5 minutes in their win over the Red Lake Warriors 86-71 - P9

In a make-up game played on Thursday, January 12, 2023, Red Lake hosted Cass Lake in front of a packed house. The Warriors kept pace with the Panthers pretty much all the first half and ended up trailing at the buzzer, 38-31. In the second half the Warriors were still only 6-points behind until about the 5-minute mark, when...

 

Santa and the U. S. Attorney's Office visit St. Mary's Mission School - P10

On Wednesday, January 11, 2023, with the help of the U. S. Attorney's Office, paid a visit to St. Mary's Mission School in Red Lake. This event was originally scheduled for December, but bad weather at the time postponed it....

 

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