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Nolan Desjarlait Jr. and Aaron White Tribute held at last regular season Warrior's game - P2

Two sensational Warriors basketball players were honored on Friday, February 19, 2016, before the start of the double-header Warrior and Lady Warrior basketball game against Fond du Lac. Plaques were presented to both the Nolan Desjarlait Jr. and Aaron White families to honor and recognize them. Both young boys made their...

 

Contested omnibus hearing set for suspect in Downwind case

BEMIDJI—A Bemidji man connected to the murder of Redby woman Rose Downwind appeared Monday in 9th District Court. Brandon Joseph Rossbach, 31, faces the charge of aiding an offender after Marchello Anthony Cimmarusti, 40, told police he helped dispose of Downwind's body in October northwest of Bemidji. Cimmarusti has been charged with second-degree intentional murder in the...

 

Lady Warriors still rolling with 106-26 win over Fond du Lac - P2

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors continued to roll on Friday night, when they hosted Fond du Lac in the first game of a double-header in Red Lake. The Lady Warriors came out fast, scoring quickly and by the half led 67-19. Fond du Lac scored only 7 points in the second half, as Red Lake cruised to the 106-26 win. Grace...

 

Red Lake Warriors finish regular season with 89-56 win over FDL - P2

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Warriors finished their regular season at home on Friday night, in the second game of a double-header against Fond du Lac. The Warriors led 47-31 at the half, going on to win 89-56. Rob McClain Jr. led the Warriors with 22 points, Jamie Cook added 15, Rob Beaulieu III and WIlliam Morrison each hit 11,...

 

Red Lake Band moves forward with major solar energy projects - P3

RED LAKE - On Thursday, February 18, 2016, the Red Lake Band signed agreements with the Winkelman Building Corp ., Innovative Power Systems Inc. and the Olson Energy Corp ., formalizing a renewable energy plan that will utilize solar power. There are three phases to this plan. First, they will address the process of adding...

 

"Here Comes the Sun!"

"The world may yet realize the ancient American Indian environmental ethic. This is important, it begins with us, and we must share this ethic." ~Gichi-Ma'iingan (Larry Stillday) Obaashiing. Notes to Biidaanakwad The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians signed a formal agreement with the Winkelman Building Corporation and...

 

Red Lake Boys & Girls Club Family Night Valentine Dance held in Red Lake - P4

On Wednesday, February 17, 2016, the Red Lake Boys and Girls Club held their Family Night, along with a Valentine Dance. This event was originally scheduled for last Friday, but because of conflicts in scheduling, had to reschedule it. DJ music was played for the kids, along with snacks and other refreshments. The event went...

 

Grace White scores 44 in Red Lake's win over Carlton, 91-32 - P7

FROM KKCQ SPORTS RED LAKE - Grace White scored 44 points to help lead the Warriors to the non-conference home win over Carlton Saturday afternoon. White scored 29 points in the first half and connected on seven three pointers as the Warriors won their tenth straight game and improved their overall record to 17-3. Angel McClain...

 

Warriors improve to 20-4 with 84-56 win over Carlton - P7

FROM KKCQ SPORTS RED LAKE -Five players scored in double figures as the Warriors rolled to the non-conference home win over the Carlton Bulldogs Saturday afternoon. Rob McClain led Red Lake with 15 points as the Warriors won their eighth straight game and improved their overall record to 20-4. Red Lake used a 25-0 run in the...

 

Warriors improve to 20-4 with 84-56 win over Carlton - Set 2 - P7

FROM KKCQ SPORTS RED LAKE -Five players scored in double figures as the Warriors rolled to the non-conference home win over the Carlton Bulldogs Saturday afternoon. Rob McClain led Red Lake with 15 points as the Warriors won their eighth straight game and improved their overall record to 20-4. Red Lake used a 25-0 run in the...

 

Warriors avenge earlier season loss to Pine River with 73-58 win at home - P7

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Warriors avenged an earlier season loss to Pine River-Backus on Friday, February 12, 2016, taking a 33-32 halftime lead and outscoring Pine River in the second half 40-26, winning 73-58. It had been close all the way in the first half right down to the buzzer. Rob McClain led the Warriors with 17, three...

 

Warriors avenge earlier season loss to Pine River with 73-58 win at home - Set 2 - P7

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Warriors avenged an earlier season loss to Pine River-Backus on Friday, February 12, 2016, taking a 33-32 halftime lead and outscoring Pine River in the second half 40-26, winning 73-58. It had been close all the way in the first half right down to the buzzer. Rob McClain led the Warriors with 17, three...

 

Day Two: 10th Annual Drug and Gang Summit held in Red Lake - P8

RED LAKE, MN – The 10th Annual Drug and Gang Summit kicked off the second day of the three-day event on Thursday, February 11, 2016 at the Red Lake Casino Event Center. After the opening ceremonies by MC Murphy Thomas, the Key Note speaker was Senator Jonathon Windy Boy, State of Montana, and other guest speaker Rosemary...

 

10th Annual Drug and Gang Summit held in Red Lake - P9

RED LAKE, MN – The 10th Annual Drug and Gang Summit kicked off the first day of the three-day event on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at the Red Lake Casino Event Center. After the opening ceremonies and introductions by MC Murphy Thomas, Red Lake Executive Director of Chemical Health Programs welcomed everyone and opening...

 

Warriors avenge earlier loss to Nevis 62-53 in Red Lake - P10

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors hosted Nevis on Tuesday, February 9, 2016, and avenged their January 19 loss at Nevis with a 62-53 win. Red Lake scored first, but it took over a minute to do so, and ran up a 10-point lead by the 8:18 mark of the first half. But Nevis kept pace and by the 2:24 mark were within 7 at 27-20....

 

Warriors avenge earlier loss to Nevis 62-53 in Red Lake - Set 2 - P10

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors hosted Nevis on Tuesday, February 9, 2016, and avenged their January 19 loss at Nevis with a 62-53 win. Red Lake scored first, but it took over a minute to do so, and ran up a 10-point lead by the 8:18 mark of the first half. But Nevis kept pace and by the 2:24 mark were within 7 at 27-20....

 

10th ranked Warriors move to 17-4 with 95-52 win over Laporte - P13

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Warriors scored quickly and never stopped, nor trailed, in their 95-52 win over Laporte on Thursday, February 4, 2016. They jumped out to a 13-2 lead and led 50-23 at the half. Five Warriors were in double-figures on the night, with both Rob McClain and Jeremy Martin hitting 17, Willian Morrison...

 

AHEAD OF BUDGET FORECAST, REP. HANCOCK URGES SUPPORT FOR GOP TRANSPORTATION PLAN

ST. PAUL – With Minnesota's latest budget forecast scheduled to be unveiled in the coming days, State Representative Dave Hancock (R-Bemidji) said the time is right to support a long-term transportation plan that would invest $7 billion in state roads and bridges over the next ten years without an increase in the gas tax. "Nearly everyone I've spoken with about long-term...

 

FOSTER GRANDPARENTS – SENIOR COMPANIONS

Giniw Waakaa'igan – Red Lake Vocational Rehabilitation Services is a volunteer location/site for Foster Grandparents and Senior Companions. We have positions available for people 55 years and older in both programs. Foster Grandparents and Senior Companions become program participants with Giniw Waakaa'igan – RLVR. Foster...

 

LEAD PLANNER - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT/PLANNING

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT LEAD PLANNER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT/PLANNING Open: February 22, 2016 Closing: March 4, 2016 @ 3:00 p.m. Primary Function: The Lead Planner is responsible for facilitating, promoting, and ensuring economic and community development planning, the implementation of activities to secure opportunities for business...

 

ABSENTEE BALLOT COMMITTEE - 4- DISTRICT ELECTION BOARDS

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT ABSENTEE BALLOT COMMITTEE  CHAIRPERSON  THREE (3) MEMBERS  TWO (2) ALTERNATES 4- DISTRICT ELECTION BOARDS - (PONEMAH, LITTLE ROCK, REDBY, RED LAKE)  SUPERVISOR  THREE (3) MEMBERS  TWO (2) ALTERNATES Open: February 22, 2016 Closing: April 1, 2016 @ 3:00 p.m. Primary Function: The Red Lake...

 

EPA Administrator Signs New Policy to Enhance Tribal Treaty Rights

WASHINGTON –Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy took an important step in helping protect the environment on tribal lands by issuing the EPA Policy on Consultation and Coordination with Indian Tribes: Guidance for Discussing Tribal Treaty Rights (Guidance). Under the Constitution, treaties are part of the supreme law of the land,...

 

Acting Assistant Secretary Roberts Announces Launch of the Indian Affairs 2016 Student Leadership Summer Institute for Native Students

WASHINGTON – As part of President Obama’s Generation Indigenous (“Gen-I”) initiative to remove barriers to success for Native Youth, Acting Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Lawrence S. Roberts today announced the launch of the 2016 Indian Affairs Student Leadership Summer Institute, a paid 10-week summer internship program with the agency that begins in early...

 

BSU will host four-day Scrubs Camp in June, open to high school students

February 22, 2016 -- Registration is now open for Bemidji State University's annual Scrubs Camp, a program for high school students who wish to learn more about health care careers and educational pathways, particularly those in the greater Bemidji region. Dates and Registration The four-day camp will be held June 14-17 on the BSU campus. Registration for the camp is $375,...

 

Legislators move to block landmark drug overhaul

A state lawmaker wants to stop what could become Minnesota’s most significant sentencing reform for drug offenders in decades, saying dangerous dealers should remain behind bars in an era of rising narcotics abuse. The Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission — an independent state board that sets recommendations for judges — voted last December in favor to drastically...

 

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