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Articles from the March 7, 2019 edition

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Traffic woes ahead: Multiple summer construction projects planned for Interstate 35 and 35W

A parade of construction projects stretching from Forest Lake to Bloomington along Interstates 35 and 35W will put a summerlong crimp in commuting and slow trips for those heading north to the cabin. The Minnesota Department of Transportation will dig into a new...

 

'Large-scale' snowfall poised to further bury Twin Cities this weekend

Our clocks are about to “spring ahead” just about the time another heavy snowfall in the forecast defies the notion that spring is just ahead. The National Weather Service on Wednesday predicted a heavy dose of new March snow for this weekend, with “large-scale double-digit snow totals” possible from...

 

Vikings running back Roc Thomas faces felony marijuana possession charge

Roc Thomas, a running back who played five games for the Vikings last season, faces felony possession of marijuana charges in Dakota County, according to a criminal complaint. He's due in court March 18. A search warrant was carried out Jan. 16 around 2:30 p.m. at...

 

Most 2018 teacher protests led to big boosts in funding, but not enough to make up for earlier cuts

Teacher protests in 2018 helped lead to a big boost in education funding in four states, but a new report said it wasn't enough to make up for earlier cuts. In those states and more than a dozen others, state spending on general education is still less than before the...

 

BP: Governor visits Bemidji to highlight education spending plan

BEMIDJI-Gov. Tim Walz is going back to class this month. The teacher-turned-politician has been touring Minnesota schools as he promotes his statewide education proposal, which would ramp up K-12 and higher education spending by a combined $891 million. Walz and a...

 

BP: Bemidji-area students delve into the past

BEMIDJI-Have you heard of Billy Mills? Nearly 100 Bemidji-area students spent weeks or months diving into the lives of more than 50 famous historical figures, movements and more for History Day, the annual research project competition between 6-12 graders across the...

 

BP: Bemidji real estate company settles over discrimination charges

BEMIDJI -- A Bemidji area real estate company, as well as two homeowners it represents, will pay $74,000 collectively to settle a discrimination case with a small group of potential tenants more than two years after the incident. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development issued a statement Tuesday,...

 

Lady Warriors advance to 8A Section Championship, beating Fosston 58-47 - P2

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,...

 

Lady Warriors advance to 8A Section Championship, beating Fosston 58-47 - P3

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,...

 

Western Tech, Hibbing to Face Off in First Round of Tournament

Hibbing Community College and Western Technical College were allocated the No. 4 and No. 5 seeds by the NJCAA Division III Women's Basketball committee and will face off in the opening round of the 2018-19 NJCAA Division III Women's Basketball National Championship. HCC and WTC have met once already this season;...

 

StrongHearts Native Helpline Expands Operating Hours In Order To Better Serve Native Americans Impacted By Domestic Violence

EAGAN, Minnesota (March 6, 2019)— On its second year anniversary, the StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-7NATIVE) is announcing the expansion of its hours of operation, which are now 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. CST, seven days a week, in order to better serve those impacted by domestic violence and dating violence in tribal...

 

Lady Warriors advance with 75-34 win over Kelliher-Northome in 8A East - P4

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 - P5

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 7, 2019

Red Lake's Chairman Seki delivers State of the Band Address - P9

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 - P9

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 - P12

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 - P17

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...

 
 Events   

MSHSL Boys Basketball Game - Red Lake High School Gym

MSHSL Boys Basketball Game Red Lake High School Gym Thursday March 7, 2019 Doors Open 6:00 PM Section 8A Tournament Tickets: Student $5 (Student K-12) Adult/ ALL Elderly $7 All Boys & Girls Basketball Players That Are Not On The Section 8A Roster MUST PAY! No Free...

 

Chickasaw artist shows "In.Sight." through gourd art

ADA, Okla. – A multi-talented Chickasaw artist is engaging admirers by crafting gourds into colorful and haunting vessels that can be functional or merely beautiful works for display. Donna Welch's art has been exhibited in California, Utah, ARTesian Arts Gallery in...

 

Civics Education Bills Are on Legislative Agendas in Seven States

While most states require students to study civics in some sort of capacity, just eight mandate a yearlong civics or government class as a graduation requirement, according to a 2018 50-state survey by Education Week. But that number may soon grow as a flurry of civics education bills inch through state legislatures...

 

The Significance of the New Handicapped Parking Symbol

Tennessee seeks to mirror New York and Connecticut in adopting a new symbol for handicapped accessible parking spots. Rather than the globally recognized symbol of a stick figure sitting straight in the wheelchair, the new image shows a stick figure in a wheelchair leaning in forward-motion. While a nice sentiment, it...

 

Established Environmental Services Company Announces Plans to Open an Office in Hibbing's North Industrial Park

Detroit Lakes, Minnesota (March 6, 2019) – RMB Environmental Laboratories, Inc, a Minnesota-based privately-owned analytical laboratory announced today the establishment of its’ newest office in Hibbing, Minnesota. RMB Environmental Laboratories provides an array of environmental services including...

 

Eating healthy on a limited budget is possible, but any cuts in SNAP or rise in food costs make it harder

Meal planning and store selection key to serving healthy meals to a family of four, according to a new UC ANR study conducted in collaboration with Northern Valley Indian Health, Inc, and the Mechoopda Indian Tribe of Chico Rancheria The affordability of healthy food is often cited as a barrier to low-income families...

 

Century-old Blackfoot headdress returned after being found at thrift store

A ceremonial Blackfoot headdress, adorned with golden eagle feathers and likely once owned by a teacher in the residential school system, is now home after being found at a southern Alberta thrift store. "It was an amazing feeling," said Siksika Nation's Kent Ayoungman of seeing it returned. https:/...

 

Reassigned Haskell president won't return to job

LAWRENCE, Kan. - The president of Haskell Indian Nations University who was reassigned shortly after a scathing federal report won't be returning to the job. Venida Chenault, who served for five years as the leader of the federally operated tribal college in Lawrence, will work in the Office of Research, Policy and...

 

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