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Articles from the March 2, 2017 edition

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 By Michael Meuers    News    March 2, 2017

State of the Band Message at Red Lake to be held on March 31, 2017

Band members, and all friends of Red Lake Nation are cordially invited to attend the annual Red Lake Nation State of the Band Address on Friday, March 31, 2017, at the Seven Clans Casino and Event Center, Red Lake, at 11:00 a.m. In this annual report to the people, Red Lake Chairman Darrell G. Seki, Sr., will recap the Tribal...

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    March 2, 2017

11th Annual Community Wellness Summit To Be Held at Red Lake

The Eleventh Annual Red Lake Community Wellness Summit (formerly Drug & Gang Summit) is slated for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, March 8-10, 2017 at Seven Clans Casino Hotel & Events Center in Red Lake. Community Members, Tribal Programs, School Personnel, Mental Health Services and other programs & services from...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 2, 2017

Minnesota Education Commissioner meets with Red Lake Tribal and School Officials

RED LAKE – On Wednesday, March 1, 2017, Minnesota Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius met with Red Lake Tribal Government Officials and members of the Red Lake School Board at the Tribal Government Center. In January of this year a letter was sent to Red Lake Tribal leaders inquiring if they would be interested in a...

 

Warriors move to 20-4 with 85-59 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley - P4

RED LAKE – In the Warriors' last home game of the regular season, and the last home game for some seniors, Red Lake put on a show for fans on Friday, February 24, 2017. It was also Parent and Fan Appreciation Night, along with entertainment provided by the Red Lake High School Band and the Ponemah Drum and Dance Troupe. Walker...

 

Warriors move to 20-4 with 85-59 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley - Set 2 - P4

RED LAKE – In the Warriors' last home game of the regular season, and the last home game for some seniors, Red Lake put on a show for fans on Friday, February 24, 2017. It was also Parent and Fan Appreciation Night, along with entertainment provided by the Red Lake High School Band and the Ponemah Drum and Dance Troupe. Walker...

 

Lady Warriors roll over Blackduck 85-34 in last regular season home game - P10

RED LAKE - On Thursday, February 15, the Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted the Blackduck Drakes. It was also Red Lake's last regular home game of their season, along with Parent Appreciation Night and Grace White being honored by General Mills by being placed on one of their boxes. After the Junior Varsity won their game 65-38,...

 

Warriors take down Pine River 88-58 in Red Lake; now 19-3 on season - P14

RED LAKE - Pine River came to town and it was a fairly close game in the first half, with the Warriors leading 38-26. Rob McClain's shot right at the buzzer from half court was denied, although video footage showed the ball left his hand just before the buzzer went off. But that 3 points didn't really matter, as the Warriors...

 

Lady Warriors top a hundred in 108-14 win over Fond du Lac - P24

RED LAKE - The Lady Warriors dominated in their victory over the Fond du Lac Ojibwe on Saturday, January 28, 2017, as they went to 16-2 on the year. Red Lake scored first and didn't look back, racking up a 68-7 halftime lead, on to victory 108-14. The Lady Warriors defense held Fond du Lac to just 7 points in each half. Grace...

 

Red Lake Warriors back on track with 105-47 win over Blackduck - P24

RED LAKE - After two losses in a row at home, the Red Lake Warriors continued in their winning ways on Friday, January 27, 2017, by taking a 67-22 half time lead, on to the 105-47 victory. Red Lake moved to 15-3 on the season. Rob Beaulieu led all scorers with 26 points, 21 of them in the first half, Jamie Cook hit for 19, Rob...

 

Red Lake Warriors back on track with 105-47 win over Blackduck - Set 2 - P4

RED LAKE - After two losses in a row at home, the Red Lake Warriors continued in their winning ways on Friday, January 27, 2017, by taking a 67-22 half time lead, on to the 105-47 victory. Red Lake moved to 15-3 on the season. Rob Beaulieu led all scorers with 26 points, 21 of them in the first half, Jamie Cook hit for 19, Rob...

 

Lady Warriors dominate in 81-25 win over the Nevis Tigers - P29

RED LAKE-The Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted Nevis on Friday, January 20, 2017, taking a 55-12 half time lead, on to an 81-25 victory. Grace White led all scorers with 27 points for Red Lake, Angel McClain hit for 19, Danielle Seki added 12, Alexis Desjarlait had 11 and Gerika Kingbird netted 10. Emma Bliss led the Tigers with 8....

 

Half-court shot at the buzzer gives 4A Robbinsdale Cooper 71-70 win over 1A Red Lake Warriors - P29

RED LAKE-With a little over 3-seconds remaining on the clock and the Red Lake Warriors leading 70-68, a half-court shot just before the buzzer gave 4A Robbinsdale Cooper an almost unbelievable victory on Saturday afternoon at Red Lake High School. Heartbreaking is the word many Red Lake fans witnessed as the shot went up from...

 

Plaid support for Paul Bunyan Expressway: Transportation project one of many lobbied during 12th annual Bemidji Day at the Capitol

ST. PAUL—The Minnesota House Transportation Committee was greeted by a group dressed in plaid Wednesday for its hearing on expanding State Highway 371. The legislative meeting was one of several attended by Bemidji officials, organization leaders and business owners who made the nearly four hour trip to St. Paul for the city's annual lobbying effort. Now in its 12th year,...

 

Police issue all clear after brief shelter-in-place request

BEMIDJI -- Police gave the all clear Wednesday evening after briefly asking residents of the 1400 block of Beltrami Avenue Northwest to shelter in place. According to Captain Jim Marcotte with the Bemidji Police Department, law enforcement initially believed an armed individual was inside of a house on the block after receiving a report of an armed robbery in a nearby alley....

 

Red Lake earns No. 1 seed in 8A East tournament

The three-time defending Section 8A boys basketball champions will again be an overwhelming favorite to defend their title. Red Lake again earned the top seed for this year's Section 8A East Tournament, as the Warriors finished with a 21-4 record and went a perfect 10-0 against section foes. Their only four losses came against...

 

Fire at northern Minnesota church donation site for poor ruled arson

DEERWOOD, Minn. -- A fire -- ruled an arson -- not only destroyed two structures early Wednesday morning in Deerwood in northern Minnesota, but destroyed hope in close to 30 families in need. Fire consumed Salem WEST in Deerwood, a donation center established by the Salem Lutheran Church that serves as a storage site for donated clothing and household goods delivered to...

 

Foster mom of drowned 2-year-old charged with child neglect

BEMIDJI—The foster mother of a 2-year-old girl who drowned last June has been charged with child neglect. Amanda White, 33, of Bemidji, lived with and was engaged to the Bemidji man convicted of second-degree manslaughter in connection with their foster daughter Kira Friedman's death. Friedman died June 5 after Jackson left her unattended in the shower along with an...

 

Minn. tribal police looking into starving death of 3 horses, including great-granddaughter of famed racing horse Secretariat

MAHNOMEN, Minn.—White Earth Tribal police are looking into the deaths of three horses that apparently starved to death over a period of several months on land near Strawberry Lake owned by Michael Dahl, a White Earth spiritual elder. Dahl did not answer his cell phone and his voice mailbox was full and could not accept messages. http://www.bemidjipioneer.c...

 

Minn. man dies after skid loader submerges in manure pit

FREEPORT, Minn. — A Freeport man rescued Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 28, from a skid loader that was submerged in an abandoned manure pit has died. According to the Stearns County Sheriff's Office, Duane Herzog, 46, was operating a skid loader when it went through ice that was covering a manure pit on Herzog's farm site. http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/news/4227...

 

4 children inside trailer when Minn. school bus takes off with it in tow

THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. -- Middle school students from Thief River Falls escaped injury after unintentionally going for a ride Monday, Feb. 27, in a cargo trailer hooked to a school bus. The students were at Lincoln High School to practice for a concert, Thief River Falls Superintendent Bradley Bergstrom said Wednesday. Though the trailer was unloaded, some students went into...

 

Authorities ID man who jumped off I-94 bridge in Minn.; semi driver sought

AVON, Minn. -- A 53-year-old Avon man was killed when authorities said he jumped onto Interstate 94 and was struck by a semi truck Wednesday morning, March 1, near Avon, the Minnesota State Patrol said. The man, later identified as Lloyd Stuart Parker, walked from his parked 2015 Hyundai on County Road 9 and jumped from the overpass and into eastbound traffic shortly before 8...

 

Police: Minnesota man kidnaps estranged wife from her workplace

WILLMAR, Minn. – Police say a 38-year-old Cosmos man hit his estranged wife with his vehicle as she left her Willmar workplace Wednesday morning, abducted her and drove away from the area. The woman was found safe, but injured. The man is now in custody at the Kandiyohi County Jail in connection with the incident, facing kidnapping, second-degree assault, domestic assault...

 

How much urine is in a swimming pool? One study has the answer

CALGARY, Alberta -- Canadian researchers studying urine levels in swimming pools have discovered just how high the levels are, and the results are not pretty, according to an article published on Wednesday, March 1. Researchers at the University of Alberta developed a test to measure the amount of urine and took more than 250 samples from 31 pools and hot tubs in two Canadian...

 

Scientists report why forests with more tree types grow better, faster

DULUTH, Minn.—It's been known for years that forests with lots of different tree species grow better and faster than forests with just one kind of tree. Now, for the first time, scientists say they know why. It's shapes. http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/news/4227471-scientists-report-why-forests-more-tree-types-grow-better-faster...

 

GOP: Dayton jeopardizing Real ID passage with call for licenses for undocumented immigrants

ST. PAUL—Senate Republicans say Gov. Mark Dayton is jeopardizing the possibility of the Legislature approving a law to bring Minnesota's driver's licenses into compliance with federal Real ID standards. "I am very concerned," said Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka, a Republican from near Nisswa. "Senate Republicans have a simple strategy: We just want to focus on Real ID....

 

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