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Articles from the January 28, 2016 edition

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Red Lake has no trouble with Walker-Hackensack-Akley in 69-31 win - P2

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors hosted the Walker-Hackensack-Akley Wolves on Tuesday, January 26, 2016, and came off to a quick start with the lead that they would never give up. Red Lake led 38-13 at the half. Senior Jeremy Martin needed 27 points to hit the 1000 career point mark, and in the first half netted a quick 12...

 

Red Lake has no trouble with Walker-Hackensack-Akley in 69-31 win - Set 2 - P2

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors hosted the Walker-Hackensack-Akley Wolves on Tuesday, January 26, 2016, and came off to a quick start with the lead that they would never give up. Red Lake led 38-13 at the half. Senior Jeremy Martin needed 27 points to hit the 1000 career point mark, and in the first half netted a quick 12...

 

Annual 2016 MSBA Leadership Conference held in Minneapolis - P16

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...

 

Warriors cruise to 70-39 win over Kelliher-Northome Mustangs - P10

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 - P17

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - P17...

 

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - Set 2 - P17

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - Set 2 - P17...

 

Lady Warriors move to 4-0 with 86-51 win over Kelliher-Northome - P30

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 - P36

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 - P36

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 - P40

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

 

Superintendent's Summary of the Red Lake School District #38, January Board Meeting

The Board met at the District Office on January 20th, for its regular meeting. Superintendent Lundquist shared the following information relative to activities underway improve achievement, attendance and enrollment: * The quarterly All-Staff meeting was held at the Casino on January 18, where the topics of intentional...

 
 Events   

Indian Taco Sale - Friday, February 5, 2016

Indian Taco Sale - Friday, February 5, 2016 11 AM - 2 PM - Red Lake Urban Office 211 E. 2nd Street Duluth, MN 55805...

 

Rep. Collin Peterson visits Bemidji

BEMIDJI—U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson spoke with local leaders in education on Wednesday, shuffling through his opinions on topics including private funding of political campaigns (opposed) and attempts to relax health requirements for school lunches (in favor). Peterson, a Democrat representing Bemidji and most of western Minnesota, spoke for about an hour in a conference room...

 

More than 20,000 pack St. Paul, Duluth venues for Bernie Sanders events

ST. PAUL -- Bernie Sanders hit on all the progressive high notes Tuesday during a two-stop mini-tour of Minnesota. The Vermont senator drew crowds of more than 6,000 at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Arena in the afternoon, while more than 4,500 were diverted to overflow viewing on top of the 10,000 admitted to the St. Paul RiverCentre during the nightcap of his...

 

Waseca teen who plotted massacre to be placed in a state-operated facility

WASECA, Minn. – The teen arrested nearly two years ago for planning a massacre at his school will be taken to a state-operated facility and will not be going to live at home after he is released from jail Thursday, his attorney said. That development came just hours before John LaDue, 19, was set to walk out of jail to stay temporarily at the Waseca home where he grew up....

 

Most Minnesotans have faith in U.S. to meet terrorist threat, poll finds

A majority of Minnesotans say they are confident in the U.S. government’s ability to destroy terrorist networks around the world and protect the nation from an attack at home. A Star Tribune Minnesota Poll found that 60 percent of respondents said they were very or somewhat confident in the government’s ability to eradicate terrorist groups around the world. More than...

 

Fast-growing numbers of blacks, many from other countries or states, serving to widen income gap

Rapid growth in Minnesota’s black population may well explain what appeared at first to be a sudden drop in that group’s prosperity. The number of black residents increased by nearly 40,000 in just the past four years, a bigger increase than occurred in the state’s white population. The number of people who reported difficulty speaking English also jumped sharply in a...

 

Flint water crisis reveals vulnerability of all old water pipes

Flint, Mich., is not the only city with lead pipes — and an ever-present risk of toxic contamination in drinking water. Pretty much every American home built before 1930 was constructed with a lead pipe to carry water from mainlines under the street into the tubs, toilets and faucets inside — a legacy that now haunts the 100,000 citizens of that largely poor industrial...

 

Mom sues after Minnesota teen denied coverage for gender reassignment

A northwestern Minnesota woman is suing her employer, Essentia Health, and her medical insurance provider, HealthPartners, alleging that her 17-year-old was denied coverage for medication and surgery to help him transition from a female to a male. The suit filed in federal court in St. Paul by Brittany Tovar, who works as a family nurse practitioner for Essentia's hospital in...

 

Fed voices concern about global economic pressures

WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve sounded a note of concern Wednesday about how global pressures could affect a slowing U.S. economy, while keeping a key interest rate unchanged. Six weeks after it raised rates from record lows, the Fed took stock of a more perilous international picture that could alter its plans for further raising rates. Fed officials issued a statement...

 

US, China spar over North Korea, South China Sea

BEIJING — Top U.S. and Chinese officials sparred Wednesday over how to deal with North Korea's latest nuclear weapons test and ease tensions over territorial disputes in the South China Sea. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met for more than four hours and said their discussions were "constructive" and "candid." But at a joint news...

 

Burns Paiute Tribal Chairwoman Releases Statement on Tuesday's Death and Arrests of Domestic Terrorists

BURNS, OREGON — One day after the death of one of the domestic terrorists and arrest of another eight, including group leader Ammon Bundy, near the remote town of Burns, Oregon, the Burns Paiute Tribe Chairwoman Charlotte Roderique released the following statement to Native News Online: “We are deeply saddened that some of the armed protestors chose violence. It did not...

 

Lac Vieux Desert Band bolsters lending business with acquisition of service firm

The Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians in Michigan has acquired a company that has provided services to its online lending operation. As part of the deal, the tribe is paying seven figures up front for Bellicose Capital and will make annual payments for up to seven years. The purchase gives the tribe more control of its lending business, which represents a...

 

Manitoba child welfare agencies breaking law by ignoring relatives: watchdog

WINNIPEG – The children’s advocate for Manitoba First Nations says some child-welfare agencies are breaking the law and discriminating against Indigenous family members. Cora Morgan says the agencies are ignoring capable relatives who could care for apprehended children and instead choose to place them in a stranger’s care. Morgan says a mother in labour at a hospital...

 

First Nation's clay kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria in lab tests

Clay from Kisameet Bay, B.C., used by B.C. First Nations for centuries for its healing properties could be a new weapon in the fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, says new research from the University of British Columbia. The research, published today in the American Society for Microbiology's mBio journal, recommends the rare mineral clay be studied as a treatment...

 

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