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  • Warriors 8A Sub-Section Champions with thrilling 84-79 come-from-behind win over Mahnomen at REA in Thief River Falls

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 14, 2024

    Red Lake Youth Sports: · Your 8A East Subsection Champions, Red Lake Warriors. What a game. Shout-out to the fans for bringing the energy to fuel the epic comeback. And a huge shout-out to our opponent; the Thunderbirds brought their A-game and played their hearts out, leaving it all on the court. See also: Red Lake comes back from 17 down to claim Section 8A East championship

  • Warriors 8A Sub-Section Champions with thrilling 84-79 come-from-behind win over Mahnomen at REA in Thief River Falls - P2

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 14, 2024

    Red Lake Youth Sports: Your 8A East Subsection Champions, Red Lake Warriors. What a game. Shout-out to the fans for bringing the energy to fuel the epic comeback. And a huge shout-out to our opponent; the Thunderbirds brought their A-game and played their hearts out, leaving it all on the court. See also: Red Lake comes back from 17 down to claim Section 8A East championship Watch...

  • Red Lake comes back from 17 down to claim Section 8A East championship

    Mar 14, 2024

    The Red Lake boys basketball team would not be denied. Playing in the Section 8A East championship, the Warriors trailed by 16 points deep into the second half. But senior guard Gerald Kingbird Jr. would not let Red Lake go home without a win. THIEF RIVER FALLS – The Red Lake boys basketball team would not be denied on Wednesday night in Thief River Falls. Playing in the Section 8A East championship against fourth-seeded Mahnomen/Waubun, the third-seeded Warriors trailed by 17 points in the f...

  • Delores Benais Fineday

    Mar 14, 2024

    Delores Benais Fineday May 22, 1945 ~ March 11, 2024 (age 78) Delores Benais Fineday "Muckoonz" (Baby Bear), age 78, died on Monday, March 11, 2024 at her home in Pennington. She was born on May 22, 1945 in Redby, Minnesota to Albert Benais Sr and Sally Gibbs. On September 14, 1964, she married James Fineday in Bemidji, Minnesota. They lived in Cass River, Minnesota. She liked puzzles, movies, rides in woods, TV, scenery, Christmas lights, word find puzzle books, collecting jewelry, thrift...

  • JoAnna L. Frenier Gill

    Mar 14, 2024

    JoAnna L. Frenier Gill September 13, 1934 - March 11, 2024 JoAnna Lydia Frenier, WaSuSnaWin, was born on September 13, 1934, in rural Veblen, SD, close to Sica Hollow- Mayansan Church area, to Theodore Frenier and Thelma (Hill) Frenier. JoAnna "Ina" began her spirit journey on March 11, 2024, surrounded by family and loved ones. JoAnna shared many fond oral history memories of her childhood with all her children and Takojas, over the years. JoAnna spoke very highly of her kin, especially her...

  • Christopher Lee TeJohn

    Mar 14, 2024

    Christopher Lee TeJohn April 10, 1983 ~ March 8, 2024 (age 40) Christopher Lee TeJohn, age 40, journeyed to the spirit world on Friday, March 8, 2024, from his home at Eagles Landing Foster Care in Bemidji, MN. He was born April 10, 1983, in Park Rapids, MN, the son of Linda TeJohn and Michael Paul Weaver, Sr. Christopher enjoyed listening to music. He was a funny guy, telling jokes, goofing around, or just teasing someone. He liked to visit, go to the movies, play the slots at the casino,...

  • A police officer took a teen for a rape kit. Then he assaulted her, too.

    Mar 14, 2024

    The 14-year-old did not want to go to the emergency room. Her mother had begged her. Her therapist had gently prodded. And now there was a police officer in her living room. "You really should think about it," he said. He introduced himself as Officer Rodney Vicknair. His New Orleans Police Department cruiser was waiting outside, ready to take her to the hospital for a rape kit. Early that morning, the girl said, a 17-year-old friend had forced himself on her. Under the police department's...

  • Democrats are taking third-party threats seriously this time

    Mar 14, 2024

    The presidential race is official, with President Biden and former president Donald Trump clinching their parties' nominations Tuesday. But this year, Democrats are clear: They do not want a rerun of 2016, when third-party candidates got millions of votes, leading many political observers to say even today that those votes helped Trump defeat Hillary Clinton. This time, Democrats are prepared. The Biden campaign and the political apparatus hoping to defeat Trump are taking third-party...

  • Israel acknowledges strike on U.N. facility, says it targeted Hamas commander

    Mar 14, 2024

    The U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees said in a statement Wednesday that at least one of its staff members was killed and 22 were injured when Israeli forces struck one of its food distribution centers in southern Gaza. The Israeli military acknowledged the strike, saying it had targeted a Hamas commander. The Israel Defense Forces said in a statement that it killed Muhammad Abu Hasna in the strike on the building in Rafah, describing him as "involved in taking control of humanitarian aid...

  • Union to spend $200 million to get working-class voters to back Biden, Democrats

    Mar 14, 2024

    The Service Employees International Union, which represents about 2 million health-care, property service and government workers, plans to spend $200 million to boost President Biden and Democrats in electoral battlegrounds across the country this year, officials at the group told The Washington Post. The union is making its largest investment ever - after spending roughly $150 million in the 2020 presidential cycle - as it aims to reach 6 million voters of color and, more broadly, turn out...

  • Dollar Tree, Family Dollar plan to close 1,000 stores

    Mar 14, 2024

    Dollar Tree plans to shutter nearly 1,000 Family Dollar stores as the discount retailer moves to revamp its business by expanding its food aisles and array of merchandise in the $3 to $5 range. The chain announced the move Wednesday, coming after it missed quarterly sales and profit targets amid heightened competition from such rivals as Dollar General and Temu for discretionary dollars. The change also reflects inflation-weary shoppers' continued focus on necessities; though consumer prices...

  • Bird strikes front landing gear, disables airliner arriving at Twin Cities airport

    Mar 14, 2024

    A suspected bird strike disabled a commercial airliner as it landed early Thursday at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, and passengers and crew were delayed getting off the aircraft for nearly two hours. American Airlines flight 458 from Miami touched down safely at 12:48 a.m., and the cockpit crew reported to air traffic control that the plane had been struck by a bird, said airport spokesman Jeff Lea. As a result of the impact to the airliner's front landing gear, "the plane became...

  • Biden is coming out in opposition to plans to sell US Steel to a Japanese company

    Mar 14, 2024

    WASHINGTON ? President Joe Biden is coming out in opposition to the planned sale of U.S. Steel to Nippon Steel of Japan, saying in a statement to be released Thursday that the U.S. needs to "maintain strong American steel companies powered by American steel workers.'' In a statement obtained in advance by The Associated Press, Biden adds: ''U.S. Steel has been an iconic American steel company for more than a century, and it is vital for it to remain an American steel company that is...

  • Minnesota GOP bill would prevent municipalities from banning gas stoves, heating

    Mar 14, 2024

    A nationwide debate over the safety of gas stoves is now entering Minnesota politics. Republican state lawmakers are angling to protect gas as an option for home heating and cooking by preventing local governments from banning it. It's an idea that has drawn support from homebuilders and also reflects concern among conservatives of a local or federal crackdown on gas appliances and stoves from climate-conscious Democrats. The DFL may broadly favor carbon-free energy, but two bills preserving...

  • Harrison Smith will return to the Vikings after agreeing to a pay cut

    Mar 14, 2024

    Harrison Smith is back for a 13th season with the Vikings. The team announced on Wednesday afternoon it agreed to a restructured deal with the six-time Pro Bowler to keep him in Minnesota for the 2024 season. Smith, who turned 35 in February, had said after the Vikings' final game of the season he needed to take some time to consider whether he wanted to play another in the NFL, smirking as he told reporters, "Whenever I retire, I'm not going to tell you. You'll figure it out." That retirement...

  • Storm carrying massive 'gorilla hail' hits parts of Kansas and Missouri

    Mar 14, 2024

    ST. LOUIS ? Massive chunks of hail pelted parts of Kansas and Missouri on Wednesday night, bringing traffic to a standstill along Interstate 70, as storms unleashed possible tornadoes and meteorologists urged residents to stay indoors. There were three unconfirmed reports of tornadoes in Wabaunsee and Shawnee counties with reports of damaged structures, but no reports of injuries or homes damaged, according to meteorologist Matt Wolters with the National Weather Service's Topeka office. Survey...

  • Wednesday's prep sports results

    Mar 14, 2024

    Section 6 semifinals ? Ada-Borup 69, Henning 55 ? West Central Area 71, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa 68 Section 7 semifinals ? Cherry 114, Fond du Lac Ojibwe 55 ? Mtn. Iron-Buhl 79, Carlton/Wrenshall 70 Section 8 semifinals ? Fertile-Beltrami 77, Warren-Alvarado-Oslo 59 ? Red Lake 84, Mahnomen/Waubun 79

  • Anglers can't keep walleyes from Lake Mille Lacs until mid-August

    Mar 14, 2024

    Walleye bag limits on two of Minnesota's most popular fishing lakes have been cut back this year, including no keepers on Mille Lacs until at least mid-August. The 2024 open-water regulations for Mille Lacs and Upper Red Lake go into effect May 11, the opening day of walleye and northern pike fishing statewide, the Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday. Mille Lacs will be limited to catch-and-release until at least Aug. 16. On Upper Red, state-licensed anglers will be allowed to...

  • Red Lake Nation to receive $600,000 to connect tribal homes to clean electricity

    Mar 14, 2024

    RED LAKE - Red Lake Nation will receive $600,000 in federal funding to connect tribal homes to clean electricity, including homes previously not connected to electricity at all. The announcement came on Wednesday from U.S. Senators Tina Smith, a member of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, and Amy Klobuchar, both D-Minn. Additionally, Minnesota's Bois Forte Band will receive $295,000 and Prairie Island Indian Community will receive $500,000. The grants are made possible by President Joe...

  • Native groups sit on a treasure trove of lithium. Now mines threaten their water, culture and wealth

    Mar 14, 2024

    TUSAQUILLAS, Argentina (AP) - Irene Leonor Flores de Callata, 68, treks along a bone-dry riverbed, guiding a herd of llamas and sheep through stretching desert. Flores de Callata's native Kolla people have spent centuries climbing deep into the mountains of northern Argentina in search of a simple substance: Fresh drinking water. Here, in one of the most arid environments in the world, it's a life force that underpins everything.

  • High School Seniors Win $1.8 Million at Regeneron Science Talent Search 2024 for Innovative Scientific Research on Artificial Intelligence, Cancer Metabolism and Mathematical Optimization

    Mar 14, 2024

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. and WASHINGTON, D.C. – Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: REGN) and Society for Science (the Society) announced that Achyuta Rajaram, 17, of Exeter, NH, won the top award in the Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS) 2024, America’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors. The competition, now in its 83rd year, has consistently identified young innovators who become tomorrow’s STEM leaders. The 2024 finalists demonstrated extensive scientific knowledge through research and inter...

  • Native Nonbinary Student Nex Benedict Died by Suicide, Medical Examiner Rules

    Mar 14, 2024

    The death of sixteen-year-old Nex Benedict, whose mother is a tribal citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, has been ruled suicide according to a medical examiner's report. According to The Oklahoman, a summary autopsy report concluded the 16-year-old died from diphenhydramine and fluoxetine toxicity. The medical examiner ruled the teen died by suicide. The full report will be released in about ten business days. Nex, who identified as non-binary and used he/they pronouns, died on February...

  • Interior Department allocates $120M to tribal nations to fight climate threats

    Mar 14, 2024

    The U.S. Department of the Interior is allocating more than $120 million to more than 100 tribal governments to fight the impacts of climate change, officials announced Thursday, March 14. The funding - the largest ever awarded under the Bureau of Indian Affairs' Tribal Climate Annual Awards Programs - is designed to help tribal nations with 146 projects to adapt to climate threats, including relocating infrastructure. It will go to 102 tribes and nine tribal organizations, stretching from...

  • Warriors move on in Section 8A with 96-88 upset win over Win-E-Mac - P4

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Mar 14, 2024

    Warriors move on in Section 8A with 96-88 upset win over Win-E-Mac Will play Mahnomen/Waubunat 7:45 PM on Wednesday, March 13, 2024 at the Ralph Engelstad Arena in Thief River Falls Red Lake Youth Sports: Red Lake Warriors get the big win and advance to the east subsection championship game Wednesday against the Mahnomen/Waubun Thunderbirds at 7:45 at the Ralph Engelstad Arena in Thief River Falls. Shoutout to all the fans who showed up and packed the Ralph. Shoutout to the team, especially our...

  • Grand Opening of St. Mary's Mission Church in Red Lake held on Sunday, March 10, 2024 - P4

    Charmaine Branchaud|Mar 14, 2024

    St. Mary's Mission of Red Lake: 3/10/24 A day of celebration on the Grand Opening of St. Mary's Mission Church and a historical one as our 100+ year old church burned to the ground on December 2, 2017 and through the concept from Fr.Jerry on what the new church would look like to major fundraising for the past almost 7 years and the generous donations from our donors. A Walleye dinner was served after Mass. Have a blessed week....

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