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RED LAKE TRIBAL COUNCIL RESOLUTION AND COMMENT PERIOD FOR ARMY CORPS PERMITTING OF LINE 3

This resolution was passed at the January 8, 2019, Red Lake Tribal Council meeting held in Red Lake, MN. The resolution pertains to the authority of the Army Corps of Engineers to issue water crossing permits to Enbridge for the Line 3 pipeline project over the Red Rive...

 

Quentin Beesh Alberts

Quentin Beesh Alberts March 15, 1946 - January 30, 2019 Quentin "Beesh" Leonard Alberts, 72, was born March 15, 1946 and called home on January 30, 2019. Beesh was born and raised in Fort Totten, ND where he attended school at Calvary Square, Oberon, ND and eventually...

 

TRF Water Park is closed as of February 4th for Renovation!

TRF Water Park is closed as of February 4th for Renovation! February 4th until Mid-April 2019 New additions include: • Toddler friendly area with splash pad. • Handicap access lift into the pool. • New lighting throughout. • Coin operated lockers within the...

 

US prepares to start building portion of Texas border wall

HOUSTON - The U.S. government is preparing to begin construction of more border walls and fencing in South Texas' Rio Grande Valley, likely on federally owned land set aside as wildlife refuge property. Heavy construction equipment was expected to arrive starting...

 
 Events   

2nd Annual Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Walk

2nd Annual Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Walk -Join us Thursday, February 14, 2019. Please wear RED and bring BANNERS & POSTERS....

 

Diabetes advocacy group calls UnitedHealthcare policy 'unacceptable step backward'

An advocacy group for patients with Type 1 diabetes is calling out a new UnitedHealthcare policy that expands an existing agreement with Medtronic and makes the manufacturer's medical devices the "preferred" insulin pumps for children with the autoimmune condition. On...

 

Federal prosecutors subpoena Trump's inaugural committee

NEW YORK — Federal prosecutors in New York issued a subpoena Monday seeking documents from Donald Trump's inaugural committee, furthering a federal inquiry into a fund that has faced mounting scrutiny into how it raised and spent its money. Inaugural committee spokeswoman Kristin Celauro told The Associated Press...

 

Dayton mayor charged with stealing thousands from festival committee

The mayor of Dayton has been charged with embezzling thousands of dollars from a citizen committee in charge of the west metro suburb’s Heritage Day celebration. Timothy McNeil, 54, was charged by summons Friday in Hennepin County District Court with felony theft by swindle. http://www.startribune...

 

Protesters in custody after tampering with Enbridge pipelines in Itasca County

Four protesters were in custody Monday afternoon in Itasca County after tampering with equipment along Enbridge's oil pipeline corridor across northern Minnesota. The pipeline protesters, who call themselves the Four Necessity Valve Turners, posted a video to their...

 

Trump to name acting Interior secretary to lead department

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump said Monday that he is nominating David Bernhardt, a former lobbyist for oil and gas companies and other industries, to head the Interior Department despite objections from environmental groups that Bernhardt already was making...

 

High stakes define Minnesota Senate special election coming up Tuesday

KERRICK, Minn. – Driving through this small farm town in rural east-central Minnesota, it would be easy to miss the fact that a special election is just days away. The typical trappings of campaign season - lawn signs, back-to-back attack spots - are few and far...

 

BP: Bemidji woman pleads guilty to amended drug charges

BEMIDJI-A Bemidji woman pleaded guilty Monday to two amended charges regarding the sale and possession of heroin in October. The new charges filed against Marissa Sasheen Graves, 28, include second-degree drug sales and second-degree drug possession....

 

MnDOT urges motorists to be cautious when driving near snowplows

ST. PAUL, Minn. – There have been more than 25 crashes so far this winter involving vehicles and state snowplows. With winter far from over, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is urging motorists to use extra caution during plowing and snow removal...

 

Hibbing would trounce Rainy River behind Bethany Baldwin and Alexis Desjarlait

HIBBING – The Hibbing Community College women's basketball team wanted redemption Saturday afternoon and it got it in a big way. The Lady Cardinals had lost to Rainy River Community College back in December for its first conference loss of the season. However, days...

 

Two Cities Awarded Grants for Innovative Business Development

ST. PAUL – The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) today announced grants totaling more than $1.8 million for infrastructure projects that support innovative businesses and organizations. The funding was awarded from DEED’s Innovative Business Development Public Infrastructure Grant...

 

34,709 Recent Crimes Committed by Illegal Aliens: Where's the News Coverage?

There were 34,709 crimes of various types committed by illegal aliens in fiscal years 2016, 2017 and the 11 months of 2018, according to the United States Customs and Border Patrol or CBP, one of the seven components of the Department of Homeland Security. While the largest number of crimes - more than fifteen...

 

Warriors improve to 9-7 on season with 76-67 win over Blackduck - P7

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors hosted the Blackduck Drakes on Friday, January 25, 2019, taking a 39-33 half time lead and holding on to win 76-67. Justin Barrett let the Warriors with 28 points, 17 in the first half, followed by Delwyn Holthusen III with 22 and...

 

Warriors drop to 8-7 on season with loss to Nevis 70-65 in Red Lake - P10

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors (8-6) hosted the Nevis Tigers (8-6) on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. Both teams pretty much evenly matched, it was a close game right from the start, as Nevis led 35-30 at the half. Red Lake would eventually tie the game a couple times...

 

Lady Warriors move to 12-4 on season with 82-51 win over Clearbrook-Gonvick - P12

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted the Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears on Friday, January 18, 2019, and although the Bears scored first, it was their only lead of the night, as Red Lake cruised from a 50-21 half time lead, to finish 82-51. Gerika Kingbird led...

 

Lady Warriors move to 12-4 on season with 82-51 win over Clearbrook-Gonvick - Set II - P12

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted the Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears on Friday, January 18, 2019, and although the Bears scored first, it was their only lead of the night, as Red Lake cruised from a 50-21 half time lead, to finish 82-51. Gerika Kingbird led...

 

Red Lake's Junior Varsity take down Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears 54-32 - P12

Red Lake's Junior Varsity took down Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears 54-32 on Friday, January 18, 2019 prior to the Lady Warriors Varsity game....

 

Lady Warriors back on winning track with 55-44 win over Mahnomen-Waubun - P16

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors snapped a 3-game losing streak on Monday, January 14, 2019, as they hosted the Mahnomen-Waubun Thunderbirds in the first game of a double-header. Although seemingly sluggish, Red Lake led right from the beginning and built up a...

 

Red Lake outscored in second half 46-19, loses to Pine River 75-50 - P17

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors hosted number 19th ranked in the state Pine River on Friday, January 11, 2019, and were outscoed 46-19 in the second half to give the Tigers the win, 75-50. Red Lake led at the half 31-29 and were keeping pace early. But some hot...

 

NEW YEARS EVE TRADITIONAL POW-WOW HELD IN RED LAKE - P24

RED LAKE, MN - The annual New Years Eve Traditional Pow Wow was held at the Red Lake Humanities beginning at 6 PM Friday evening. Although scheduled, there was no Grand Entry, making it even more traditional, everything got underway shortly after 7 PM. There were dance...

 

MNxMN conference boosts Native Minnesotans' civic voices

Sex trafficking of Native women, police brutality, stopping the Line 3 pipeline, and building powerful coalitions to win any issue are among the topics at a February 24 conference dedicated to empowering civic engagement in Minnesota. Scholarships, discounted registration for students, and early bird registration are...

 

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