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Hands-free bill clears Minnesota House; Senate vote expected soon

A small group of Minnesotans stood alongside lawmakers Monday and gripped portraits of loved ones lost to distracted drivers, in what has become a somber ritual inside the State Capitol. But what has been a decadelong push for some moved to its closest point yet to...

 

DHS inspector general placed on leave after state audit finds fraud in Minnesota's child care program

The inspector general in charge of investigating fraud in Minnesota’s health and welfare programs has been placed on leave, less than a week after the legislative auditor found high levels of fraud in the state’s child-care assistance program and “significant distrust” within the agency that administers it....

 

Fargo declares emergency as floods swamp four Midwestern states to the south

With epic floods swamping much of the Great Plains and warmer weather likely to start melting the snowpack across Minnesota and North Dakota, Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney decided Monday not to take any chances. Mahoney declared a state of emergency for his city in anticipation of spring flooding and is seeking 200...

 

In class-action settlement, Minnesota prisoners win access to pricey hepatitis C drugs

Minnesota prisoners with chronic hepatitis C infections must be provided with highly effective but costly antiviral drugs following a class-action lawsuit settlement. A group of five inmates infected with the virus sued the Department of Corrections in 2015, accusing...

 

Minnesota suicides and other 'preventable deaths' reach record levels

Suicide and opioid overdose deaths both rose in Minnesota in 2017, extending a trend that began in 2000 and reaching record levels, according to data released Monday by state health officials who called it "a worrisome long-term trend." Deaths by suicide rose 5...

 

Jerome Foundation awards two-year, $40,000 grants to 60 individual artists

Sixty artists will recieve $40,000 grants from the St. Paul-based Jerome Foundation as part of its new, more flexible fellowship program. The two-year grants, announced Monday morning, total $3.2 million. http://www.startribune.com/jerome-foundation-...

 

BP: Three deaths on White Earth reservation; BCA called in

OGEMA, Minn. - Authorities are investigating the deaths of three people found in a home on the White Earth Indian Reservation in northwest Minnesota. Law enforcement first responded to a report of a "possible incident" at a home on Highway 34 in rural Ogema Monday...

 

Terrance "Terry" Tibbetts

Terrance "Terry" Tibbetts September 24, 1958 - March 17, 2019 Terrance “Terry” Tibbetts, Chairman of the White Earth Nation, passed away Sunday, March 17, 2019, at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, ND, at the age of 60. Terrance Dennis Tibbetts was born September...

 

LOCAL RULE AMENDMENTS EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2019

The United States District Court for the District of Minnesota has approved amendments to Local Rule 5.6 and the Joint Motion Regarding Continued Sealing Form. A summary of the amendments is provided below. To view the amendments in full, visit the Court’s website at www.mnd.uscourts.gov, or contact the Office of...

 

Health officials urging well users to protect private wells from potential flood contamination

With the risk of flooding increasing in many parts of the state, Minnesota health officials urge private well users to prepare for the possibility that their wells might flood. Taking preventive action now may save well users more trouble down the road. Wells contaminated with floodwater pose a health risk, but the...

 

A surprising number of school districts have switched to a four-day week

Hundreds of school districts across the country are cutting classes. Louisiana’s Avoyelles Parish recently announced that it’s moving to a four-day school week next year, joining the approximately 560 school districts in 25 states that have already embraced three-day weekends year-round. https:/...

 

Minneota defeats Red Lake 66-46 in first 1A quarterfinal - P3

It took some improvisation, but Minneota was finally able to pull away from Red Lake in the Class 1A quarterfinals Thursday at Maturi Pavilion. After falling behind by 10 points early in the first half, the Vikings made adjustments and rallied for a 66-46 victory over...

 

Minneota defeats Red Lake 66-46 in first 1A quarterfinal - P4

It took some improvisation, but Minneota was finally able to pull away from Red Lake in the Class 1A quarterfinals Thursday at Maturi Pavilion. After falling behind by 10 points early in the first half, the Vikings made adjustments and rallied for a 66-46 victory over...

 

Ada Borup-West over Red Lake 76-64 in Minnesota State High School Class A Tournament - P2

From KKCQ Radio Ada Borup-West over Red Lake 76-64 in Minnesota State High School Class A Tournament Ada-Borup West extended their season with a 76-64 victory over Red Lake in the consolation semifinals of State Class " A" girl's basketball. The loss ends Red Lake's...

 

Red Lake Warriors season ends as Cass Lake wins Section 8A East Championship 84-41 - P5

From KKCQ Radio Fosston 8A East Championship – #1 Cass Lake Bena 84 vs. #3 Red Lake 41 The Cass Lake-Bena Panthers never trailed as they advanced to the Section 8A Championship game. The Panthers closed the first half on a 32-4 run and took a 41-12 lead into...

 

Red Lake Lady Warriors overwhelm Stephen-Argyle Storm 74-59 in Section 8A Championship - P7

From KKCQ Radio: 8A Section Championship – #1 Red Lake 74 vs. #1 Stephen Argyle 59 The Red Lake Warriors took a 3-0 lead five seconds into the game and never looked back as they are headed to the State Tournament for the second time in three years. Gerika Kingbird...

 

Red Lake Warriors eliminate Blackduck 62-54 in first round of Boys 8A East Sub-Section Tournament - P8

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Warriors hosted their first round of the Boys 8A East Sub-Section Tournament on Thursday, March 7, 2019, playing against the Blackduck Drakes. Although Red Lake had defeated Blackduck twice during the regular season, the Drakes played well and...

 

Lady Warriors advance to 8A Section Championship, beating Fosston 58-47 - P10

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 with 75-34 win over Kelliher-Northome in 8A East - P11

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 - P12

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...

 

Red Lake Warriors take down Walker-Hackensack-Akley 73-56 - P16

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 - P19

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...

 

Watermark announces Call for Art for water-themed exhibit

BEMIDJI, MN – Watermark Art Center is seeking artists of all medias to submit work for an upcoming group exhibition. “Nibikaang – From the Water” will celebrate the importance of water in our everyday life. The premise of the exhibit is to have artists living within the Mississippi Watershed, Great Lakes or Red...

 

American Indian College Fund Names Robert Bible, President of College of Muscogee Nation, Tribal College and University Honoree of the Year

March 18, 2019 Denver, Colo.- The American Indian College Fund named Robert Bible, President of the College of Muscogee Nation in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, its Tribal College and University Honoree of the Year. Bible was selected for his outstanding contributions to American...

 

RESEARCHERS BELIEVE HUMANS CAN GROW BACK MISSING ARMS, LEGS AND MORE!

For years researchers and scientists have been working on discovering the ability to regenerate organs and body limbs. The search has spanned everywhere from biological sciences to 3D printing companies. While several animals can achieve this such as geckos, planarian worms, jellyfish, and salamanders, what is...

 

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