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AREA BOYS BASKETBALL: Red Lake, Cass Lake-Bena sit atop Section 8A

As expected, Red Lake and Cass Lake-Bena took the top two seeds in the Sub-Section 8A East boys basketball tournament, which begins this week. Red Lake (19-5) is the defending Section 8A champion and is looking to return to the state basketball tournament for the second straight season. As the top seed the Warriors...

 

Man rescues puppy left to die in flame-filled trash bin in northern Minnesota

Faint whimpers on a subzero night caught the ear of the pickup truck driver visiting the garbage dump on the edge of a northern Minnesota reservation village. Clayton Van Wert followed the sound to one of several bins inside the fenced-off yard. The metal dumpster was in flames. Van Wert said he pounded on the side of...

 

Lady Warriors move to 22-2 with 67-42 win over Blackduck - P3

RED LAKE, MN - The Lady Warriors jumped out to a 5-0 lead right away, and used the full court press and fast-break offense to take a 47-13 lead at the half, and cruise to the 67-42 win. Junior Averi Holthusen needed 30 points to reach the 1000-point milestone, but came...

 

2nd Annual Obahshing Fishing Tournament 2015 - P2

2nd Annual Obahshing Fishing Tournament 2015 held in Ponemah on Sunday, February 22, 2015. There were 400 people that registered. Photographs by Vickey Fineday, Tessie Barrett and Buffy Barrett Osorio....

 

Lady Warriors JV comes from behind to beat Blackduck 49-41 - P3

The Red Lake Lady Warriors JV trailed at the half 19-13, but came back in the second half to win 49-41 in Red Lake....

 

Warriors down Pine River-Backus 90-79 - P7

RED LAKE, MN - The last time the Red Lake Warriors played Pine River-Backus on January 2, 2015 in Pine River, they lost 80-75. This time it was much different, as they took a halftime 49-41 lead all the way to win 90-79. In the first game Red Lake had also played...

 

Valentine's Dance held at the Red Lake Center - P7

On Saturday, February 14, 2015 the Red Lake Community held a Valentine's Dance at the Red Lake Center....

 

Lady Warriors improve to 21-2 with 74-22 win over Lake of the Woods - P9

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors improved their record to 21-2 on Thursday, February 12, 2015 with their 74-22 win over Lake of the Woods. Red Lake jumped out to an early 8-0 lead in the first minute of play, a lead they would never lose, and held Lake of the...

 

Lady Warriors JV win over Lake of the Woods 60-24 - P9

The Red Lake Lady Warriors JV won over Lake of the Woods 60-24 on Thursday, February 12, 2014 at home....

 

Lady Warriors improve to 20-2 with win over Kelliher-Northome 84-45 - P12

RED LAKE, MN - After coming off their 55-42 loss to Crookston on Monday night, the Red Lake Lady Warriors came back strong on Tuesday, February 10th against Kelliher-Northome, taking a 46-23 halftime lead and cruising to a 84-45 win. The Lady Warriors never trailed and...

 

Crookson hands Lady Warriors 2nd loss of season, 55-42 - P18

RED LAKE, MN - Missed shots and too many turnovers on the night, allowed the Crookston Pirates to come into Lady Warrior territory and hand them their second loss on the season, 55-42. Crookston's defense only allowed Red Lake's top gun, Grace White, to connect for...

 

Red Lake JV Parent Appreciation Night on Tuesday, ‎February ‎10, ‎2015

Red Lake JV Parent Appreciation Night on Tuesday, ‎February ‎10, ‎2015 Photographs by Darchelle Strong and Bev Pemberton...

 

Celebrating sobriety: Rock Sober program reaches out to youth

BEMIDJI -- On a Monday afternoon in Bemidji, three high school girls wait for a man in a van to pick them up after school. Each has a different reason for getting into the vehicle. For two of the girls, it's meth; for the other, it's pills and alcohol. All three are driven to an apartment building north of town --...

 

LICENSING TECHNICIAN - RED LAKE GAMING COMMISSION

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT LICENSING TECHNICIAN RED LAKE GAMING COMMISSION Opens: February 23, 2015 Closing: March 20, 2015 @ 3:00 p.m. SUMMARY: Responsible for the processing of Tribal Gaming Licensing applications and Minnesota State Certification applications for all Class II...

 

DETENTION OFFICER - RED LAKE REGIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMPLEX

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT DETENTION OFFICER RED LAKE REGIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMPLEX Open: February 23, 2015 Closing: March 6, 2015 @ 3:00 p.m. Summary: To be responsible for routine correctional work involving detention, correction duties, and transportation of prisoners...

 

USDA Seeks Grant Proposals to Increase Recreational Public Access on Private Agricultural, Forest Lands

WASHINGTON, Feb. 23, 2015 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced $20 million is being made available to improve wildlife habitat and enhance public access for recreational opportunities on privately held and operated farm, ranch and forest lands. Funding is available to state and tribal governments...

 

Marijuana becomes legal in Alaska, but backers hope for low-key celebrations

JUNEAU, Alaska — Alaska on Tuesday became the third U.S. state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, but organizers don't expect any public celebrations since it remains illegal to smoke marijuana in public. In the state's largest city, Anchorage police officers are ready to start handing out $100 fines to...

 

1,000 Minnesota patients interested in medical marijuana

When the Minnesota Department of Health set out to survey patients about the state’s new medical marijuana program, responses rolled in from every corner of the state. Of the 1,361 people who filled out the online survey earlier this year, 70 percent — nearly 1,000 — said they were likely to register for the...

 

As veteran teachers face more time demands, placing student teachers grows more difficult

The day before Dani Denison was set to begin student teaching at a metro-area high school, she sent an e-mail to the teacher who had agreed to host her. The teacher’s reply came with an apology. Because of a scheduling conflict, she couldn’t take her on. http://www.startribune.com/local/west/293...

 

Peanut consumption in infancy helps prevent peanut allergies in kids at high risk, study finds

For years, parents of babies who seem likely to develop a peanut allergy have gone to extremes to keep them away from peanut-based foods. Now a major study suggests that is exactly the wrong thing to do. Exposing infants like these to peanuts before age 1 actually helped prevent a peanut allergy, lowering that risk by...

 

American Indians' autopsy protests lead to a teachable moment

Two deaths in Carlton County have spurred intense discussions about American Indians’ right to decline an autopsy for loved ones when it violates their religious beliefs. Tribal advocates have called for local officials to be better trained in native customs after court orders were needed to prevent autopsies on the...

 

Long, hot saunas may boost survival, reduce fatal heart problems, Finnish research in men says

CHICAGO — Frequent sauna baths may help you live longer, a study of Finnish men suggests. It would be welcome news if proven true — in Finland where hot, dry saunas are commonplace, and for Americans shivering in a snowy Nordic-like winter. Previous research suggested that saunas might improve blood vessel...

 

Target slashes free shipping minimum for online orders

Target Corp. raised the online shopping stakes with the announcement Monday that it is lowering its free shipping threshold on online orders to $25 from $50. In doing so, the Minneapolis-based retailer now offers a better free shipping deal than rivals Wal-Mart, which requires a $50 minimum purchase to qualify for...

 

House passes first measure to reform child protection laws

The Minnesota House of Representatives on Monday passed what they called the first of many efforts to reform the state’s child protection system. The House voted 130-0 to pass the legislation sponsored by Rep. Ron Kresha, R-Little Falls. The two-pronged measure first places child health and safety over keeping the...

 

McConnell proposes immigration vote to try to resolve impasse over Homeland Security funds

WASHINGTON — Divided Republicans are searching for a way out of an impasse over immigration that is threatening to shut down the Homeland Security Department within days....

 

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