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  • James T. Ammesmaki

    Feb 12, 2024

    James T. Ammesmaki March 24, 1992 - February 9, 2024 James Tyberious Ammesmaki was born on March 24, 1992, to Dawn and Alan Abramowski in Cloquet, Minnesota. He grew up in Cloquet on the Fond du Lac Reservation. James graduated from Cloquet High School in 2011. He was united in marriage to Marina Berglund in 2021. James enjoyed hunting, fishing, skateboarding, and snowboarding. He especially loved Pokémon, watching the television show, "Supernatural", and going off-roading with his brothers....

  • Tammy Goggleye Misko Benaise equay

    Feb 12, 2024

    Tammy Goggleye Misko Benaise equay April 8, 1966 ~ February 8, 2024 (age 57) Tammy Goggleye, Misko Benaise Equay 57 of St. Paul, MN. passed away February 8, 2024 St. Paul, MN. Tammy was born April 8, 1966 in Cass Lake, MN to Russell & Linda Goggleye. Tammy graduated from Deer River High School in 1984. Tammy moved to Minneapolis, and was employed by the State of MN. she loved to sew, cook and most of all being a mom and auntie. Tammy is survived by her three daughters Rose, Daniele and...

  • Duane Moran

    Feb 12, 2024

    Duane Moran October 16, 1978 - February 5, 2024 Duane "Dewey" Moran, age 45, of Mahnomen, MN, died unexpectedly on Monday, February 5, 2024, at his home. A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, February 13, 2024, at the Anderson Family Funeral Home in Mahnomen. Inurnment will take place at St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Beaulieu, MN. Memorial Service Anderson Family Funeral Home of Mahnomen Tuesday, February 13, 2024 1:00 PM 719 N Main Street Mahnomen, MN 5655...

  • Chiefs score game-winning touchdown to beat 49ers in overtime

    Feb 12, 2024

    The Chiefs launched a second-half comeback and scored a game-winning touchdown in overtime to become the first team to repeat as champions since the New England Patriots did so 19 years ago. San Francisco was seeking its first Super Bowl win since the 1994 season. Usher performed during the halftime show and Taylor Swift watched from a suite at Allegiant Stadium. Keep reading for more highlights and analysis from the Super Bowl. Asked by CBS's Tracy Wolfson if the Chiefs officially have a...

  • GOP senators defy Trump by advancing foreign aid bill

    Feb 12, 2024

    Donald Trump spent the weekend telling senators they should not pass more unconditional U.S. foreign aid. More than a dozen Republicans ignored him Sunday, moving forward on a bill to send $95 billion in aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan. The Senate voted 67-27 to advance the foreign aid supplemental spending bill that doesn't include border provisions, moving it another step closer to passage. That still isn't guaranteed, as leaders haven't yet reached an agreement on GOP-demanded border...

  • Trump says he'd disregard NATO treaty, urge Russian attacks on U.S. allies

    Feb 12, 2024

    CONWAY, S.C. - Former president Donald Trump ramped up his attacks on NATO on Saturday, claiming he suggested to a foreign leader that he would encourage Russia to do "whatever the hell they want" to member countries he views as not spending enough on their own defense. "One of the presidents of a big country stood up and said, 'Well, sir, if we don't pay and we're attacked by Russia, will you protect us?,'" Trump said during a rally at Coastal Carolina University. "I said, 'You didn't pay....

  • 7 Essential Internet Skills Non-Tech Savvy Should Know

    Samir Nassar|Feb 12, 2024

    Non-tech-savvy individuals can often feel overwhelmed or left behind, but fret not! Here, we illuminate the path to a more confident internet navigation. Repocket expert Jason Adler guides the essential internet skills every non-tech-savvy should master. These are the skills that can dramatically improve your online explorer experience! Browser Basics Internet navigation stems from browser know-how. Among global users, Google Chrome is the most popular, with 2.6 billion users as of 2023. However, you can leverage other popular browsers like...

  • Edina police help deliver healthy baby boy

    Feb 12, 2024

    Edina police helped deliver a healthy baby boy last week. The city's police and fire departments were dispatched to a home where a "spur-of-the-moment" birth was in progress Wednesday, according to an Edina Police Department post on social media. Edina police Sgt. Darren Davis helped coach mom Arielle and dad Nate Wagnerthrough the delivery process, so Nate could catch the baby, named Titus Elliot. https://www.startribune.com/edina-police-help-deliver-healthy-baby-boy/6003427...

  • Biden says Israel shouldn't press into Rafah without 'credible' plan to protect civilians

    Feb 12, 2024

    RAFAH, Gaza Strip — Israel shouldn't go ahead with a military operation in the densely populated Gaza border town of Rafah without a ''credible'' plan to protect civilians, President Joe Biden told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday, the White House said. They spoke after two Egyptian officials and a Western diplomat said Egypt threatened to suspend its peace treaty with Israel if Israeli troops are sent into Rafah, where Egypt fears fighting could force the closure of the besieged territory's main aid supply route. The threat to...

  • Minnesota State Patrol steps up DWI enforcement over Super Bowl weekend

    Feb 12, 2024

    Minnesotans who drive drunk on Super Bowl Sunday could face more than champagne problems. The Minnesota State Patrol has stepped up DWI enforcement for the weekend in light of the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers, said spokesperson Lt. Jill Frankfurth Sunday morning. "For those big events, anyone that wants to come in and work, it's pretty much available because we know that these are times where people go out and celebrate," she said. https...

  • One man killed, another wounded in attempted robbery in Minneapolis alley

    Feb 12, 2024

    A man was shot to death and another was seriously wounded in an attempted robbery Friday afternoon in Minneapolis, police said. Marlo Randy Phillips, 27, of Minneapolis was killed in the alley of a small apartment building in the 2400 block of Golden Valley Road, according to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's office. Minneapolis police said Phillips was shot after he and a second man approached a Mercedes sedan with the driver and his 2-year-old child inside. The sedan fled. https://www.startribune.com/one-man-killed-an...

  • Marijuana use has increased in Minnesota. So have poison control calls.

    Feb 12, 2024

    As many as one in five adults in Minnesota used marijuana before its legalization last year, according to a new state report. But as marijuana use increased between 2018 and 2022, so did cannabis-related calls to the state's poison control center. The state-commissioned report published earlier this month paints the clearest picture yet of the prevalence of cannabis use in Minnesota and its broader impacts before it was legalized in 2023. State regulators will use the data as a baseline to...

  • 'They are shooting at us.' A fleeing Gaza family is killed along with the medics sent to find them

    Feb 12, 2024

    JERUSALEM - The sound of gunfire crackled over the phone as the teenage girl hid in the car and spoke. An Israeli tank was near the vehicle as she and her family were trying to heed Israel's call to evacuate their home in Gaza. Israeli troops were firing on the car, the teen said in terrified calls to her relatives and to emergency services. Everyone in the vehicle was killed except her and her 5-year-old female cousin, Hind, she said. ''They are shooting at us,'' 15-year-old Layan told the...

  • Minnesota's 2024 legislative session will focus on bonding projects, fixes to new laws

    Feb 12, 2024

    The Minnesota Democrats in control at the Capitol will downshift in the 2024 legislative session starting Monday, meaning major policy changes and spending proposals won't fly through the chambers in succession as they did from the outset a year ago. DFL leaders say they will focus on passing a bonding bill and tweaking the details of several major bills from last year, notably legal cannabis and the limits placed on the authority of school resource officers. Leaders from both parties made...

  • To house Nenookaasi residents, Minneapolis awards $1 million contract to for-profit group

    Feb 12, 2024

    Faced with the challenge of providing housing and services to the residents of south Minneapolis' large Camp Nenookaasi homeless encampment, the city of Minneapolis tried a new strategy: bypassing its traditional partnership with Hennepin County and instead awarding a nearly $1 million contract to a relatively unknown, for-profit group called Helix Health and Housing Services. There was no competitive bidding process for the contract. Rather, the city based its decision on its experience working...

  • Gabby Fineday breaks 2,000 points as she chases down Taryn Frazer, Martin Wind

    Feb 12, 2024

    CASS LAKE – Gabby Fineday has put a lot of time into reaching 2,000 points as a Cass Lake-Bena girls basketball player. The Panthers junior has played with CLB's varsity squad since her seventh-grade season, amassing five years of experience. On Thursday at the CLB Gymnasium, that dedication paid off with a striking cumulative achievement. With 40 points scored in a 74-58 win over Pine River-Backus, Fineday surpassed 2,000 for her Cass Lake-Bena career, finishing Thursday's contest with...

  • Red Lake School's McKinney-Vento Program

    Feb 12, 2024

    The Rights of Students & Families in Transitional/Homeless Settings Red Lake Schools are determined to ensure the following rights to all students and families in transitional or homeless settings, under the McKinney-Vento Act.  Homeless Students/ Students in Transition who move have the right to remain in their school of origin, if that is in the student's best interest;  if it is in the student's best interest to change schools, homeless students/ students in transition must be...

  • Academic Health Task Force Issues Recommendations to Strengthen University of Minnesota Health System's Mission

    Feb 12, 2024

    Today, the Governor's Task Force on Academic Health at the University of Minnesota issued its final report and forwarded 20 recommendations on how to strengthen the University of Minnesota’s academic health system to the Governor’s Office and to legislators for consideration. Governor Tim Walz issued an Executive Order in August 2023 establishing the task force charged with developing recommendations for University of Minnesota health sciences programs that support world-class academic health professions education, research and care...

  • BCA identifies people involved in Willmar force incident

    Feb 12, 2024

    ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) has confirmed the identity of the man a Willmar police officer shot Feb. 4 during an incident in Willmar. Jerry Jones, 33, of Willmar was shot multiple times and is currently hospitalized in stable condition. The BCA has also identified the Willmar police officer who shot Jones. • Michael Holme fired his department handgun. He has 17 years of law enforcement experience. According to the preliminary investigation, Holme was responding to a report...

  • Grants Available to Support Minnesota Specialty Crops

    Feb 12, 2024

    St. Paul, MN: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) has opened applications for grant funding to help increase the competitiveness of Minnesota-grown specialty crops in domestic and foreign markets. The Specialty Crop Block Grant Program (SCBGP) funds projects focused on marketing and promotion, research and development, expanding availability and access, and addressing challenges confronting producers of specialty crops. The MDA anticipates awarding approximately $1.25 million in this round of grants using a competitive review...

  • BREAKING: Canadian Supreme Court Affirms Indigenous People have Sole Authority Over Children's Welfare

    Feb 12, 2024

    The Supreme Court of Canada ruled today that the federal government's Indigenous child welfare act is constitutional, affirming that First Nations, Metis and Inuit have sole authority over the protection of their children. The case stems from when the Quebec government opposed the law on jurisdictional grounds, arguing that Ottawa overstepped its legislative authority, infringed provincial jurisdiction, and effectively recognized Indigneous peoples as a third order of government. Bill C-92, An...

  • Joe Biden celebrates tribal colleges, promises student loan help

    Feb 12, 2024

    For financially strapped college students, it’s all in the timing. It’s National Tribal Colleges and Universities Week February 4-10 and the 30th anniversary of land-grant college designations. President Joe Biden has taken notice and action. For the first time ever, a presidential proclamation aims to make it easier for millions of Indigenous students to pay for college. https://ictnews.org/news/joe-biden-celebrates-tribal-colleges-promises-student-loan-help...

  • Warriors drop crucial match against Win-E-Mac Patriots 89-75

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Feb 12, 2024

    Warriors drop crucial match against Win-E-Mac Patriots 89-75 Red Lake;s JV hangs on to get the win 52-49 in the early game Red Lake Youth Sports: Justin Courneya was named WRLN Player of the Game after scoring (unofficially) 40 points and leading the Win-E-Mac Patriots to a crucial Section 8A-East victory over the Red Lake Warriors, 89-75. Also Shoutout to senior Ryan Kangas on joining the 1,000 points club! He also had an amazing performance and is quite the athlete...

  • Lady Warriors unable to stop Walker-Hackensack-Akley in 85-33 loss in Red Lake - P2

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Feb 12, 2024

    Lady Warriors unable to stop Walker-Hackensack-Akley in 85-33 loss in Red Lake on Thursday, February 8, 2024....

  • Warriors pour it on in second half for 89-69 win over Walker-Hackensac-Akley - P4

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Feb 12, 2024

    Red Lake Youth Sports: Ogichidaag picked up the conference win tonight, behind a good second half to answer a good first half start by Walker. Sophomore Ryan Kingbird earned WRLN Player of the Game honors with a 15 points and 12 rebound performance in his first Varsity start. Up next is a huge section game against the #2 team in the 8A east subsection, Win-E-Mac, on Saturday at high noon at home. The Ogichidaag currently hold the #3 seed. Red Lake High School vs Walker-Hackensack-Akeley High...

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