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Articles from the March 2, 2023 edition


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  • Francis "Punch" T. Roulette Sr.

    Mar 2, 2023

    Francis "Punch" T. Roulette Sr. April 24, 1960 - February 25, 2023 Francis "Punch" Tony Roulette Sr., 62 of St. Michael ND passed away on Saturday, February 25, 2023 at his home. Funeral Services for Francis will be held at St. Michael's Recreation Center on Saturday, March 4, 2023. A procession to St. Michael will leave at 8:30 a.m. from City Plaza, Devils lake on Saturday with visitation to be held from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The funeral service will be at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Paul Young,...

  • Buddy Jay Bird Sr.

    Mar 2, 2023

    Buddy Jay Bird Sr. August 10, 1973 - February 28, 2023 Buddy Jay Bird Sr, age 49 of Sisseton, South Dakota passed away on Tuesday, February 28. 2023 at Sanford West in Fargo, North Dakota. Bud was born on August 10, 1973 is Sisseton, South Dakota, the son of Lincoln and Elena (Owen) Bird. He attended both Sisseton and Tiospa Zina schools, later obtaining his GED in 2010 at SWO tribe. He was joined in marriage on July 2, 1992 to Orvella LaBatte – Bird. From this union came Shennoah, Gabrielle,...

  • Showdown before the raid: FBI agents and prosecutors argued over Trump

    Mar 2, 2023

    Months of disputes between Justice Department prosecutors and FBI agents over how best to try to recover classified documents from Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club and residence led to a tense showdown near the end of July last year, according to four people familiar with the discussions. Prosecutors argued that new evidence suggested Trump was knowingly concealing secret documents at his Palm Beach, Fla., home and urged the FBI to conduct a surprise raid at the property. But two senior FBI...

  • Golden Valley turns to contractors to fill policing gaps

    Mar 2, 2023

    As the Golden Valley Police Department tries to fill vacancies in its ranks, Hennepin County Sheriff's deputies have accounted for a growing proportion of officers' shifts - so far costing the city more than $60,000. Like many police departments, the city has seen high turnover since 2020, but its hiring difficulty has stood out in the Twin Cities metro. In February, Golden Valley officials said just eight sworn officers were responding to emergency calls and eight unarmed "community service...

  • Two charged in brutal attack of transgender woman at Lake Street light-rail station

    Mar 2, 2023

    Two men are charged in the brutal attack of a transgender woman at a Minneapolis light-rail station that left her hospitalized with critical injuries in what police consider a possible bias-motivated assault. Kevin York Jr., 23, of St. Paul and Keaton Morris, 19, of Minneapolis were each charged Tuesday in Hennepin County District Court with aggravated robbery and third-degree assault in connection with the attack a day earlier. According to charges, Metro Transit officers responded to the Lake...

  • A new generation of Indigenous leaders takes inspiration from those at Wounded Knee

    Mar 2, 2023

    WOUNDED KNEE, S.D. - Rachel Thunder stood on a snowy hill in Wounded Knee, inspired to continue the work of those who occupied this village 50 years ago in a historic stand for Indigenous rights. About to embark on the 570-mile trip back home to Minneapolis this week, Thunder was determined to join other members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) in their modern quest for justice. Soon, she would be testifying at the Minnesota Legislature, seeking funding for an alternate plan to stop the...

  • 19-year-old sentenced for killing student outside Richfield school

    Mar 2, 2023

    In the second sentencing in as many days related to the killing of a Twin Cities teenager, a 19-year-old received a 23½-year prison term for gunning down one student and critically injuring another outside a Richfield alternative school last year. Fernando Valdez-Alvarez's sentencing for the killing of 15-year-old Jahmari Kei'Fee Rice again involved the murder of a student-athlete. Rice played football for two seasons at Richfield High School before transferring to South Education Center...

  • Lyft suspends Nice Ride bike sharing in Minneapolis

    Mar 2, 2023

    Nice Ride's green bikes are pedaling into the Minneapolis sunset. Lyft, which operates the bicycle- and scooter-sharing nonprofit, confirmed Wednesday that they're suspending operations in Minneapolis because they've been unable to recover after losing a major sponsor. "We have made the tough decision to suspend our operations of the Nice Ride system at the completion of our one-year license after losing the system's presenting sponsor," Lyft, which pays operating costs, said in a statement....

  • Activists out of control in Minneapolis disputes

    Mar 2, 2023
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    The out-of-control, threatening behavior of some activists to try to intimidate Minneapolis officials has to stop. And there must be legal consequences for those who harass officeholders. Last Thursday, protesters disrupted a City Council meeting over a plan to demolish a warehouse in south Minneapolis and build a city facility on the old Roof Depot site. Protest is one thing, but shutting down a council meeting while security is called in to clear the chambers is unacceptable. Three council...

  • Rescuers comb wreckage of Greece's deadliest train crash

    Mar 2, 2023

    TEMPE, Greece — Rescuers searched late into the night Wednesday for survivors amid the mangled, burned-out wrecks of two trains that collided in northern Greece, killing at least 43 people and crumpling carriages into twisted steel knots in the country's deadliest rail crash. The impact just before midnight Tuesday threw some passengers into ceilings and out the windows. ''My head hit the roof of the carriage with the jolt," Stefanos Gogakos, who was in a rear car, told state broadcaster ERT. He said windows shattered, showering riders with...

  • Air Force relieves 6 officers at nuclear base after lapses

    Mar 2, 2023

    WASHINGTON - Six Air Force officers who were in charge of caring for the infrastructure, fuel and logistics support for a North Dakota nuclear missile base were relieved of command due to a loss of confidence in their ability to carry out their responsibilities, the Air Force said. The officers include two commanders and four subordinate officers at Minot Air Force Base, including 5th Mission Support Group commander Col. Gregory Mayer and 5th Logistics Readiness Squadron Maj. Jonathan Welch, a...

  • Tribal CWD surveillance contributes to statewide effort

    Mar 2, 2023

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and tribal nations are working closely together to respond to the threat of chronic wasting disease. “Like the DNR, tribal nations are concerned about CWD,” said Tanya Roerick, Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe wildlife biologist. “Deer are a culturally important species and a main source of meat for many tribal members.” The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, Red Lake Nation and White Earth Nation have been conducting CWD testing for the past few deer hunting seasons and have not detected any positive CWD...

  • Biden-Harris Administration, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Announce Up To $116 Million for Locally Led Conservation Projects

    Mar 2, 2023

    WASHINGTON — The Biden-Harris administration and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) today announced the release of the 2023 Request for Proposals (RFP) for the America the Beautiful Challenge. The program, which was launched in 2022, is dedicated to funding locally led landscape-scale conservation and restoration projects that implement existing conservation plans across the nation. In 2023, the program expects to award up to $116 million in grants. The Challenge is a partnership between the Departments of the Interior, Agriculture...

  • DEED Announces Neela Mollgaard as New Executive Director of Small Business Development

    Mar 2, 2023

    St. Paul – Neela Mollgaard, the current director of Launch Minnesota at the Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), has been appointed the agency’s new Executive Director of Small Business Development, DEED announced today. In her new position, Mollgaard will lead DEED initiatives to serve Minnesota’s small business sector, including entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses. This new position brings together four offices of DEED: the Small Business Development Centers, Office of Small Business Partnerships, Small...

  • New dashboard offers greater resolution on violent death data in Minnesota

    Mar 2, 2023

    Health officials today announced the launch of a new dashboard as a comprehensive public health tool for visualizing the state’s violence data. This dashboard is among the first of its kind, making it easier for users to see some of the circumstances related to violent deaths at the county level. It allows policy makers, media and other stakeholders to observe trends in violent deaths over time and among groups of Minnesotans, which can help them develop more effective approaches to prevent such deaths. The dashboard uses data from the Minnes...

  • Dr. Tamarah Pfeiffer selected as president of Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute

    Mar 2, 2023

    WASHINGTON – Tamarah Pfeiffer, Ph.D., a member of the Navajo Nation, has been appointed as the president of Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI). SIPI is a post-secondary institution operated by the Bureau of Indian Education and located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The community college offers programs ranging from liberal arts to pre-engineering. “Dr. Pfeiffer has been inspiring Indigenous students for more than 40 years,” said Bureau of Indian Education Director Tony L. Dearman. “She most recently served as BIE’s chief...

  • Warriors Varsity run over BGMR Gators 97-54 in last game of regular season - P2

    Red Lake Youth Sports|Mar 2, 2023

    Warriors Varsity run over the BGMR Gators 97-54 in the Swamp Red Lake JV comes back from down 24-22 at the half to get another victory 56-46...

  • Red Lake Nation Duluth Winter Event of Saturday, February 18, 2023 - P2

    Danielle Fairbanks|Mar 2, 2023

    Red Lake Nation Duluth Winter Event of Saturday, February 18, 2023 Clyde Iron Works - Duluth, MN - 1 PM - 5 PM...

  • Warrior Offense struggles in 68-50 loss to Pine River on Parent Appreciation Night - P4

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 2, 2023

    Warrior Offense struggles in 68-50 loss to Pine River on Parent Appreciation Night Red Lake's Junior Varsity Offense dominates in 58-28 over Pine River in early game...

  • Lady Warriors come back from slow first-half start to win in thriller over Lake of the Woods 52-51 - P5

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 2, 2023

    Lady Warriors come back from slow first-half start to win in thriller over Lake of the Woods 52-51 in Red Lake It was Red Lake's last home game of the regular season and Parent Appreciation Night as well...

  • Red Lake Warriors top one-hundred in 101-65 win over Kelliher-Mustangs - P7

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 2, 2023

    Red Lake Warriors top one-hundred in 101-65 win over Kelliher-Mustangs on Tuesday, February 21, 2023. JV Warriors also winners over Kelliher-Northome 92-53...

  • Obahshiing Ice Fishing Tournament 2023 - P8

    Kevin Patterson|Mar 2, 2023

    Obahshiing Ice Fishing Tournament 2023 held on Saturday, February 18, 2023 from 10 AM -5 PM https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRH- Obahshiing Tournament 2023 Adult Winners 1st $600.00 Conrad Neadeau 2nd $500.00 Barry Oakgrove 3rd $400.00 Jeff Kingbird 4th $300.00 Maurice Cook 5th $200.00 Arn Stately 10th Auger Anthony Patterson 15th Ice Armor Suit Mike Seki Sr 18th Generator Kelly Kingbird 25th $200.00 Dakota Rosebear Youth Winners 1st $250.00 Braydon Lene 2nd $200.00 Jaycel Cloud 3rd...

  • Close game all the way, Lady Warriors pull off 65-63 win over Clearbrook-Gonvick - P7

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 2, 2023

    Close game all the way, but Lady Warriors pull off 65-63 win over Clearbrook-Gonvick on Friday, February 17, 2023 Red Lake's Junior High Team also winners, 28-21 in early game...

  • Nevis tops Red Lake 76-61: Tiger's JV also winners in early game 78-29 - P13

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 2, 2023

    Nevis tops Red Lake 76-61: Tiger's JV also winners in early game 78-29...

  • Fox scores 35 and hits the 1000-point milestone in Red Lake's 91-70 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley - P16

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 2, 2023

    Ken Fox III scores 35 and hits the 1000-point milestone in Red Lake's 91-70 win over Walker-Hackensack-Akley on Tuesday, February 7, 2023 Red Lake's JV takes down WHA 67-46 in the early game...

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