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Charles Edward Stewart

Charles Edward Stewart April 29, 1951 ~ April 18, 2019 (age 67) Charles Edward Stewart at the age 67, passed away unexpectedly on April 18th,2019 at his home at Biimaadiziwin, in White Earth, MN. Charles Edward Stewart was born on April 29th,1951 in Park Rapids, MN to C...

 

John Duane Fairbanks, Sr.

John Duane Fairbanks, Sr. May 30, 1978 ~ April 18, 2019 (age 40) John Duane Fairbanks, Sr., age 40, Makandwe, of Bemidji, Minnesota began his journey to the spirit world on Thursday, April 18, 2019. John was born in Bemidji, MN on May 30, 1978 to Priscilla Fairbanks...

 

Robert Bedeau, Jr.

Robert Bedeau, Jr. June 20, 1964 ~ April 20, 2019 (age 54) Robert Bedeau, Jr., age 54, of Red Lake, Minnesota left this earth and those he loved on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at the Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, North Dakota, with his girlfriend Kelly Schoenborn by...

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    April 24, 2019

Red Lake Day at the Minnesota State Capitol: Tribal Council, Chiefs, School Board Participate

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A delegation from Red Lake Nation traveled to St. Paul on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 to meet with Governor, Walz, State Commissioners, Senators and Representatives in the areas of Education, Health, Human Services, Housing, and Chemical Health, concerns...

 
 By Marissa Evans    News    April 24, 2019

As Navigation Center prepares to close in Minneapolis, 114 homeless people find housing

Community groups have helped place 114 formerly homeless people in permanent housing since October, when residents of the massive tent encampment in south Minneapolis moved into a temporary shelter. It's not ending homelessness, but it's a start, according to...

 

Attention Red Lake Tribal Members - Burning Permits

If you plan to do any burning this spring, please make sure to obtain a Red Lake Burning Permit. Please follow the recommendations that accompany the permit, and make sure that the fire is all the way extinguished before leaving it unattended. BURNING CAN BE DONE EACH...

 
 By Michael Meuers    News    April 24, 2019

"Ezhi-apiitenimindwaa Gigichi-aya"aaminaanig" (Honoring Our Elders): Red Lake To Host Ninth Annual Gathering of Elders

RED LAKE INDIAN RESERVATION - Anishaa (Just for Fun) will make up much of the agenda when Red Lake hosts its Ninth Annual Gathering of Elders at Seven Clans Casino (Red Lake) on Wednesday and Thursday, May 1 – 2, 2019. The event will include informational booths on...

 

Red Lake Nation College Welding Instructor and Leech Lake Band Member Featured in Ten Year Arts Legacy Exhibition

Saint Paul, MN -- Artwork created by Red Lake Nation College welding instructor Al Belleveau and Leech Lake Band member Cari Tabor will be featured in a Minnesota State Art Board exhibition showcasing artwork supported by the state’s arts and cultural heritage fund. A Creative Investment exhibition, celebrating ten...

 

Gophers turn to alcohol to boost revenue at Williams and Mariucci arenas

University of Minnesota administrators believe that adult beverages should flow as freely in the stands at Gophers basketball and men's hockey games as in the suites. U President Eric Kaler sent a memo to the Board of Regents last week, asking the board to permit wine...

 

Vikings seek quick fixes in draft to fill roster needs

To whatever degree Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman makes a habit of ignoring the unsolicited advice offered from draft pundits around the country, there’s a certain piece of feedback he’s a little more hard-pressed to tune out. “Everybody has angst. My wife — I’ll leave that at home,” Spielman said...

 

Minnesota graduation rates hit new record

Minnesota's overall high school graduation rate hit an all-time peak in 2018, as the state made some progress in narrowing the persistent graduation gap between students of color and white students. Just over 83% of students graduated on time in 2018, according to data...

 

Justices seem ready to OK asking citizenship on census

WASHINGTON - Despite evidence that millions of Hispanics and immigrants could go uncounted, the Supreme Court's conservative majority seemed ready Tuesday to uphold the Trump administration's plan to inquire about U.S. citizenship on the 2020 census in a case that...

 

S&P 500, Nasdaq close at record highs as earnings roll in

The S&P 500 hit an all-time high Tuesday, marking the stock market's complete recovery from a nosedive at the end of last year. The benchmark index's previous record was set last September, shortly before the market sank in the fourth quarter amid fears of a recession,...

 

Official: Most Sri Lanka bombers were highly educated

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — Many of the suicide bombers who killed more than 350 people in a series of coordinated Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka were highly educated and came from well-off families, the junior defense minister said Wednesday. The bombers were breakaway members of a pair of obscure extremist Muslim...

 

Dems clash with Trump officials on subpoenas, tax returns

WASHINGTON - The struggle between House Democrats and the Trump administration over investigations intensified Tuesday as a former White House official defied a subpoena and the Treasury Department ignored a deadline for providing President Donald Trump's tax returns....

 
 By Paul Walsh    News    April 24, 2019

2 men plead guilty to dealing heroin in case that left 2 dead on northern Minnesota reservation

Two men have pleaded guilty to heroin distribution on a northern Minnesota Indian reservation in a case that also involves a shooting that killed two armed intruders. Bryan Boardman, 25, of Minneapolis, and Franklin Jackson, 23, of an unknown address, each pleaded...

 

BP: Minn. woman sentenced for attempted murder

DULUTH -- Natausha Rae Smith was the ringleader of a vigilante-style attack on a man who was gagged with a padlock, beaten with nunchucks and left for dead in the woods outside Duluth last year. She's also the product of a traumatic life that started with severe...

 

BP: U.S. Attorney recognizes Beltrami County Sheriff's Office

ST. PAUL-The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office was one of multiple agencies recognized by the U.S. Attorney's Office during the inaugural Pursuit of Justice Awards Ceremony on Tuesday. "This group of dedicated professionals work tirelessly for the betterment of our...

 

BP: Two plead guilty in Red Lake drug case connected to shooting deaths

ST. PAUL-Two men recently pleaded guilty in federal court to the distribution of heroin in Red Lake Nation that was connected to the death of two people. According to a press release from U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald, Bryan "Boon" Boardman, 25, of Minneapolis, and...

 

BP: Warroad newspaper prepares to close; Crookston to reduce days

WARROAD, Minn. - Major changes are coming for two century-old area publications as one newspaper plans to shutter and another reduces printing days. Warroad Pioneer Publisher Rebecca Colden said her weekly paper likely will close after the May 7 edition, but she is...

 

BP: 'Invisible' American Indian women say they need help to stop sexual violence

ST. PAUL - "We are statistically insignificant." That is why little attention is paid to what many describe as an epidemic of murdered and missing American Indian women. https://www.bemidjipioneer.com/news/crime-and-courts/4603160-invisible-american-...

 

Study details mercury exposure risks from use of skin-lightening creams, eating certain kinds of fish

Twin Cities women who use skin-lightening products or who eat certain kinds of fish more often may be putting themselves and their babies at risk for mercury exposure, a new study by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has found. Mercury is a neurotoxin that can harm the brain or nervous system and cause other hea...

 

American Indian College Fund Works with Native Organizations to Share Information for Celebrating Native Cultures at Graduations

Denver, Colo., April 22, 2019 — Every year at graduations across the country, Native American students have been prevented from celebrating their heritage and achievements in a culturally appropriate way due to restrictive dress codes or uninformed administrators. The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund)...

 

Red Lake Kindergarten Round-Up held on Tuesday and Thursday - P3

RED LAKE - New kindergarten students, 5 years old by September 1st of this year, were invited up to the Red Lake Early Childhood Center on Tuesday, April 16 and Thursday April 18, to register for the upcoming kindergarten class beginning in September of the 2019-20...

 

Easter Activities held on April 13, 2019 in Red Lake, Redby, Little Rock and Ponemah - P11

On Saturday, April 13, 2019, Easter activities were held at all District Community Centers....

 

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