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Nolan Desjarlait Jr. and Aaron White Tribute held at last regular season Warrior's game - P4

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...

 

Lady Warriors still rolling with 106-26 win over Fond du Lac - P4

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 - P4

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 - P5

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...

 

Red Lake Boys & Girls Club Family Night Valentine Dance held in Red Lake - P6

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 - P9

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 - P9

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 - P9

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 - P9

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 loss to Nevis 62-53 in Red Lake - P12

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 - P12

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 - P15

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...

 

ARMED STANDOFF ENDS PEACEFULLY

On February 23, 2016 at 4:44 PM, the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 911 call for help from a residence in the 800 block of Archery Rd., Northwest, located approximately 3 miles west of Bemidji in Grant Valley Township. The callers reported a domestic disturbance involving shots being fired inside the residence by 56-year-old Douglas Richard Westrum, the...

 

Hy-Vee Voluntarily Recalls Private Label 2-ounce Macadamia Nuts Due to Possible Health Risk

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (Feb. 23, 2016) - Hy-Vee, Inc., based in West Des Moines, Iowa, is voluntarily recalling Hy-Vee 2-ounce Macadamia Nuts because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others...

 

BSU's Online Accounting Program Ranked Among Country's Best

February 24,2016 — College Values Online has ranked Bemidji State University’s online accounting degree program among the top 30 such programs in the country. The website ranked BSU’s program 19th on its list, “Online Accounting Degree: More Top Values ’16.” Online accounting at BSU is a 71-credit program that allows students to have the same support as they would...

 

State Patrol releases video of train hitting truck near Eveleth

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota State Patrol on Tuesday released dashcam video footage showing a train striking a tractor-trailer west of Eveleth last month. The incident happened Jan. 20 at the railroad crossing where St. Louis County highways 7 and 101 meet, about 3 miles west of Eveleth. The Patrol reported that the crash happened moments after the truck pulled away from an...

 

Six injured in crash involving Minneapolis squad car

MINNEAPOLIS -- Two Minneapolis police officers and four civilians were injured when a squad car collided with another vehicle Monday night. The impact sent the squad into the side of an apartment building. According to the police, all the injuries were minor. The collision happened shortly after 8 p.m. when the squad, responding to an emergency medical call with its lights and...

 

MPCA to seek label restrictions on flushable wipes

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is looking to slam the lid on flushable wipes, which it claims are mislabeled and responsible for costly repairs to septic tanks and city sewers. The MPCA will ask the Legislature to ban such labels as "flushable," "septic safe" or "sewer safe" on wipes sold in Minnesota. The proposal also would require packaging to include a "do not...

 

Twin Cities school districts scramble to adjust to enrollment changes

Student enrollment may not have changed much in the Twin Cities metro area, but you wouldn’t know that if you stepped into schools in Minnetonka, Stillwater or other districts in between. While overall metro school enrollment grew by only 3 percent in the past five years, some districts are scrambling to adjust to dramatic changes, according to a Star Tribune analysis of the...

 

Bighead carp found in Minnesota River near New Ulm

A bighead carp has been caught in the Minnesota River, the species’ first confirmed capture there and a sign that aggressive invasive fish continue their penetration of the state’s waterways. The fish was caught last week near New Ulm by a commercial fisherman, the state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said Wednesday. It weighed 25 pounds, was a male, and was the...

 

Mpls. set to buy body cameras, but uncertain of how quickly it can share the footage

As Minneapolis prepares to outfit all of its police officers with body cameras, the police department division that will respond to public requests for the cameras’ footage is already staggering under the weight of a growing backlog of records requests. Officials said this week that the number of requests handled by the Minneapolis Police Department’s Records Information...

 

U.S. crude by rail industry slows down after six years of rapid growth

Crude oil shipments by rail dropped nearly 17 percent in the United States last year as low oil prices, reduced oil output and new pipelines ended six years of rapid growth by the oil train industry. The Association of American Railroads on Wednesday said 410,249 tank car loads of crude oil were transported across the nation in 2015, down from a peak of 493,146 tank cars a...

 

Fatalities among distracted walkers is on the rise

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – You’ve undoubtedly heard of — and witnessed — the menace of distracting driving. Now, here’s another digital diversion to worry about — distracted walking. The percentage of pedestrians killed while using cellphones rose to more than 3.5 percent in 2010 from less than 1 percent in 2004, according to a study conducted by researchers at Ohio...

 

Seniors and fraud: let's talk about it

America is aging — baby boomers are now moving toward their 60s and 70s. With the number of older Americans rising comes an increased risk that they may be defrauded of their life savings — sometimes by someone they know and trust, even members of their own family. Minnesotans are known for looking out for one another. Yet, as this growing trend of fraud against seniors...

 

Cherokee Nation, IHS sign agreement for largest tribal health center ever built

ROCKVILLE, Md., Feb. 24, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Cherokee Nation signed an agreement with Indian Health Service Wednesday to secure the largest joint venture funding project ever among tribes. The agreement allows for IHS to fund the hospital at an estimated $80 million or more per year. The funding would last a minimum of 20 years, or potentially for the life of the...

 

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