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Samira Rose Sumner

Samira Rose Sumner April 2, 1996 ~ March 1, 2019 (age 22) Samira Rose Sumner, young age of 22, "Waonsida'win" which means "Woman with Compassion" journeyed to the spirit world on Friday, March 1, 2019 from her home in Bemidji, MN. She was born in Bemidji, MN on April 2,...

 

Lady Warriors advance to 8A Section Championship, beating Fosston 58-47

From KKCQ Radio in Fosston 8A East Championship – #2 Fosston 47 vs. #1 Red Lake 58 The Red Lake Warriors jumped out to an 8-0 lead and never trailed enroute to the win over Fosston. The victory puts the Lady Warriors into the Section 8A championmship game on Friday,...

 

Julie (Danielle) Ann Herald (Cavanaugh)

Julie (Danielle) Ann Herald (Cavanaugh) March 25, 1947 - February 26, 2019 Danielle "Julie Ann" (Cavanaugh) Herald "Canku Waśte Win" (Good Road Woman) of Fort Totten, ND passed onto the Spirit World on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 with her beloved family at her side....

 

Tax cuts, increased spending drive increase in federal deficit

WASHINGTON - The federal budget deficit ballooned rapidly in the first four months of the fiscal year amid falling tax revenue and higher spending, the Treasury Department said Tuesday, posing a new challenge for the White House and Congress as they prepare for a number of budget battles. The deficit grew 77 percent...

 

New $4.6 million curtains going up to block sun at U.S. Bank Stadium for Final Four

The view from a seat at the 2019 NCAA Final Four won’t come with a glimpse of the Minneapolis skyline. Gone, too, will be the pockets of natural light dappling the rows of fans at U.S. Bank Stadium. For the duration of the college basketball championship, the stadium’s signature brightness will go dark, blocked...

 

Breaking an environmental impasse, Gov. Tim Walz signs Minnesota bonding bill

Gov. Tim Walz signed into law Tuesday $102 million worth of clean water and natural resources projects, and he potentially resolved a lawsuit by environmental groups over what they said was a raid on a state conservation trust fund. The projects, which include new and...

 

Border at 'breaking point' as more than 76,000 migrants cross in a month

For the fourth time in five months, the number of migrant families crossing the southwest border has broken records, border enforcement authorities said Tuesday, warning that government facilities are full and agents are overwhelmed. More than 76,000 migrants crossed...

 

Target's new strategy pays off in largest sales bump since 2005

Target Corp. is embracing the blur - and it paid off in its best full-year sales growth since 2005. The blur is the way America shops these days. Sometimes we walk the aisles of a store, sometimes we shop online. We get things shipped to our homes or decide we can't...

 

BP: Trooper finds 900 pounds of pot in camper near Alexandria

ALEXANDRIA, Minn. — Two Montana men are accused of driving through Douglas County in central Minnesota on Interstate 94 with 900 pounds of marijuana in their camper. Alexander Clifford Gordon, 24, of Helena, and Jared Michael Desroches, 30, of Missoula, were charged Tuesday, March 5, in Douglas County District Court...

 

BP: Beltrami deputies to start wearing cameras in fall

BEMIDJI-Beltrami County Sheriff's Deputies will start wearing body cameras this fall. Sheriff Ernie Beitel updated the County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday on the timeline of body camera implementation for his office. Beitel said the equipment will be in use by the...

 

International Women's Day Celebration to Focus on Indigenous Women

Indigenous women have always been the backbone and heartbeat of their families and communities. They channeled their history of leadership into victories at the state and federal levels during the 2018 election, marking a major turning point for their political representation. The growing political influence of...

 

Telemedicine, Changing the Face of Healthcare

Advancements in technology are dramatically changing the world of medicine as we know it, and medical professionals worldwide are utilizing this rapidly evolving landscape to achieve and innovate the way we stay healthy. One vein of medicine that is really maximizing...

 

THE MYSTERIOUS BUSINESS OF CANCER

Millions of people are affected by cancer and according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer, each year 18.1 million cancer new cases are diagnosed worldwide and approximately 9.6 million deaths occur from the disease. This number will only continue to...

 

Lady Warriors advance with 75-34 win over Kelliher-Northome in 8A East - P3

FROM KKCQ SPORTS 8A East Semifinal – #5 Kelliher Northome 34 at #1 Red Lake 75 The top seeded Red Lake Warriors ended the first half on a 20-3 run enroute to their win over Kelliher/Northome. It was the third win for the Warriors over the Mustangs this season. Autumn...

 

Lady Warriors advance in Section 8A with win over Blackduck 78-62 - P4

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted their first game of Section 8A East on Thursday, February 28, 2019 against the Blackduck Lady Drakes. Tip off was at 7 PM with Red Lake scoring first and never giving up the lead throughout the game. At the half Red Lake led...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    March 6, 2019

Red Lake's Chairman Seki delivers State of the Band Address - P8

RED LAKE - On Friday, February 22, 2019, in front of a packed audience at the Red Lake Casino Event Center, Red Lake Tribal Chairman Darrell Seki Sr., along with Secretary Sam Strong and Treasurer Annette Johnson presented their reports on the Red Lake State of the...

 

Red Lake Warriors take down Walker-Hackensack-Akley 73-56 - P8

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Warriors hosted Walker-Hackensack-Akley on Friday, February 22, 2019, taking a 30-21 half-time lead and going on for the win, 73-56. Delwyn Holthusenn III led the Warriors with 28 points, Riley Chaboyea added 12 and Mark Kingbird Jr. put in 11....

 

Lady Warriors now 17-5 on season after 67-34 win over Blackduck - P11

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors played their last home game of the season on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, beating Blackduck 67-34. Angel McClain led all scorers with 18 points, Auhumn Holthusen added 14, Gerika Kingbird hit for 13 and Kelanna McClain had 11. Zoey...

 

Lady Warriors, who haven't played since January, take down Cass Lake 75-66 - P16

RED LAKE - The Cass Lake Lady Panthers traveled to Red Lake on Monday, February 11, 2019 and were on a 9-game winning streak. Red Lake's Lady Warriors hadn't played since January 18th when they defeated Clearbrook-Gonvick in Red Lake 82-51. In December, Red Lake...

 

Cass Lake Panthers move to 21-1 on season with 71-59 win over Red Lake - P16

RED LAKE - In a double-header, with the Lady Warriors getting the win in the first game, the boys basketball team played in the second game, along with the Junior Varsity boys and girls playing in another gym. Both JV teams lost to Cass Lake. The Warriors hung in with...

 

Lady Warriors move to 12-4 on season with 82-51 win over Clearbrook-Gonvick - Set II - P32

RED LAKE, MN - The Red Lake Lady Warriors hosted the Clearbrook-Gonvick Bears on Friday, January 18, 2019, and although the Bears scored first, it was their only lead of the night, as Red Lake cruised from a 50-21 half time lead, to finish 82-51. Gerika Kingbird led...

 

Tennessee gov to push $25M education savings account plan

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee on Monday unveiled his long awaited school-choice agenda, announcing a sweeping proposal that would boost the number of parents who can use education savings accounts to pay tuition at private elementary and secondary schools. While addressing lawmakers during his...

 

Colorado bill would put more marijuana tax money toward school repairs, construction

Colorado schools submitted more than 50 requests worth more than $800 million this year seeking a share of state funds to pay for new roofs, heating and cooling systems, asbestos abatement, safety upgrades, and — for a lucky few — new school buildings. They were eyeing the state’s Building Excellent Schools...

 

1.7 Million Students Attend Schools With Police But No Counselors, New Data Show

As policymakers call for more school police in response to safety concerns, a new analysis of federal data shows that many students don't have access to other kinds of staff necessary for safety and support—staff like school nurses, social workers, and psychologists. As a result of safety discussions that focus on...

 

Are Weed Churches Legitimate Houses of Worship, or Just Another Way Around Marijuana Law?

When I arrived for Sunday services at the Hundred Harmonies Church near Los Angeles, on a chilly morning last November, I was immediately handed a joint, a lighter and a bottle of water. In a small exurban storefront guarded by a security guard holding an AR-15, about 15 parishioners were toking up, eating powdered...

 

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