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Lady Warriors continue to win with 85-33 win over Northwoods

The Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted Northwoods on Thursday, January 28, 2016, and took a 45-17 halftime lead to their 14th win of the season, 85-33. Red Lake is now 14-3 on the year. Grace White led the Lady Warriors with 31 points, also getting a triple-double with 12 rebounds, 10 assists and 4 blocked shots. Alexis Desjarlait...

 

Lady Warriors continue to win with 85-33 win over Northwoods - Set 2

The Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted Northwoods on Thursday, January 28, 2016, and took a 45-17 halftime lead to their 14th win of the season, 85-33. Red Lake is now 14-3 on the year. Grace White led the Lady Warriors with 31 points, also getting a triple-double with 12 rebounds, 10 assists and 4 blocked shots. Alexis Desjarlait...

 

Red Lake has no trouble with Walker-Hackensack-Akley in 69-31 win - P3

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...

 

Golden Apple: St. Mary's Mission School

This week's Golden Apple takes a look inside St. Mary's Mission School on the Red Lake Indian Reservation. They are at capacity with their enrollment, and they're running out of free space. The Red Lake Nation Tribal Government just gave the school $125,000 dollars for the 2016 year. Staff at the school hopes that they can put...

 

Red Lake has no trouble with Walker-Hackensack-Akley in 69-31 win - Set 2 - P3

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 - P17

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 - P11

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 - P18

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - P18...

 

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - Set 2 - P18

Red Lake New Years Eve Celebration 2015 - Set 2 - P18...

 

Lady Warriors move to 4-0 with 86-51 win over Kelliher-Northome - P31

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...

 

Bemidji woman arrested for vehicle theft; 2nd stolen vehicle tied to UND hit-and-run

A 26-year-old Bemidji woman was arrested after a report of a vehicle theft near Euclid, Minn. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office and Minnesota State Patrol responded to a report of a vehicle theft just after 7 p.m. Wednesday at the O’Meara Piling Station. A resident followed the suspect while speaking to a dispatcher until officers arrived and arrested the unidentified woman...

 

Lady Warriors dominate Blackduck in 95-28 Home Opener Win - P37

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...

 

Audit: MNsure errors may top $200 million

ST. PAUL -- More than 80,000 Minnesotans enrolled in public health programs for which they weren’t eligible last year, an estimated cost to taxpayers of hundreds of millions of dollars. The expensive problem was caused partly by miscommunication and poor training at the Department of Human Services, but the audit that uncovered the errors said software issues are primarily...

 

Anoka County traveler found to have Zika virus

ANOKA, Minn. -- The Twin Cities have seen Minnesota’s first confirmed Zika virus infection since 2014, but officials say the rare mosquito-borne tropical disease is not at risk of spreading through the state. An Anoka County woman in her 60s began developing symptoms of the virus Jan. 1 after traveling to Honduras. She did not require hospitalization and is expected to fully...

 

MnSCU feeling financial pressure as enrollment drops

ST. PAUL -- Minnesota’s largest higher-education system is looking to make major changes as enrollment continues to fall and more institutions fail financial stress tests. The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system saw enrollment fall by 1.9 percent last year, to 138,973. The number of credits taken by students fell by 3.8 percent. Meanwhile, employee compensation...

 

Fred C. Porter Jr.

Fred C. Porter Jr. (October 13, 1962 - January 23, 2016) Fred Porter, Jr., age 53, of Mahnomen, MN, died on Saturday, January 23, 2016, at Sanford Health in Fargo. Fred Clarke was born October 13, 1962, in Sitka, AK, the son of Fred Sr. and Evelyn "Adeline" (Gamble) Porter. As a young child, the family moved to Bemidji, MN, and...

 

Activists: MN banks should divest from climate chaos

On January 26th at 10:15 am, 25 members of local climate change activist group MN350 entered the lobby of US Bank at the corner of Hennepin and University, chanting “US Bank, do some good, get Enbridge out of our neighborhood.” Community members then unveiled a river labeled Kalamazoo, Flint and Mississippi, and expressed concern about the negative effects of US Bank’s fi...

 

First Nations Development Institute Now Accepting Proposals for 2016 Native Youth & Culture Fund

LONGMONT, Colorado (Jan. 28, 2016) – First Nations Development Institute (First Nations [ http://www.firstnations.org ]) is now accepting proposals for its Native Youth and Culture Fund (NYCF) [ http://www.firstnations.org/grantmaking/2016NYCF ] program that focuses on youth, and incorporating culture and tradition to address social issues in Native communities. First Nations...

 

• Alaska artist Nicholas Galanin challenges the appropriation of Native culture

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – “The legacy of human rights violations experienced by First Nations people still reverberate today,” said artist Nicholas Galanin, whose solo exhibition “Kill the Indian, Save the Man (https://www.anchoragemuseum.org/exhibits/kill-the-indian-save-the-man/) ,” explores this topic and more when it opens Feb. 5 at the Anchorage Museum. Galanin was...

 

Valentine's Day ban touches off wider debate on school celebrations

This Valentine’s Day, not all students will be snacking on heart-shaped cookies, giggling at candy hearts or exchanging carefully scribbled cards. Principal Scott Masini of St. Paul’s Bruce Vento Elementary School announced to staff that the school is banning celebration of “dominant holidays” — including Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas — to strive...

 

FBI shows video of Tuesday shooting of occupier

URNS, Ore. — The FBI released video Thursday of the shooting death of a spokesman for the armed occupiers of a wildlife refuge that appears to show the man reaching into his jacket before he fell into the snow. The FBI said the man had a loaded gun in his pocket. Authorities showed the video at a news conference to counter claims that the man killed in the Tuesday...

 

To the winter whiners in Washington: Get over it

When we were children coming of age in our Minnesota suburb, a snowy forecast came with a ritual series of events for me and my two siblings. We jumped out of bed — much faster than on a typical school day — eagerly perched ourselves in front a television and watched with great anticipation the scrolling list of school closings. Then, no matter how cold the thermometer...

 

St. Paul Central mourns 2 more student deaths

Two students at St. Paul Central High School died this week, school officials said Thursday. A third student died earlier this month. Foul play is not suspected in any of the deaths, but officials acknowledged that the losses are likely to weigh heavily on classmates. According to a letter Principal Mary Mackbee sent to parents, two seniors died Wednesday. One had been...

 

Suspect dead, Oakdale officer shot after morning raid

An Oakdale man is dead and a police officer hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the arm after authorities attempted to serve a search warrant in a quiet neighborhood Thursday morning. The shooting occurred about 8 a.m. when Oakdale police and a Bureau of Criminal Apprehension agent attempted to search the split-level home on the 2700 block of Granite Avenue. When entering the...

 

University of Minnesota study says farmers may have aided bird flu's spread

Farmers tilling fields near poultry barns may have helped spread the bird flu that killed about 9 million birds in Minnesota last year and hammered the turkey industry, according to a University of Minnesota study. The study, done by the U's Center for Animal Health and Food Safety and released Thursday, found that tilling could cause soil disruption, freeing airborne...

 

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