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DYLAN LEVONE FEATHER

DYLAN LEVONE FEATHER October 24, 1987 - April 22, 2019 Dylan Feather, 31 of Tokio, North Dakota began his journey to the Spirit World on Monday, April 22, 2019 at Sanford Health Medical Center, Fargo, ND. Dylan Levone Feather, son of Lavonne (Longie) and Virgil Feather...

 

Gregory G. Thompson

Gregory G. Thompson July 24, 1973 - April 17, 2019 Gregory "Greg" Thompson, 45, Ada, MN, was called to the Lord on Wednesday, April 17, 2019, in his home. Greg was born on July 24, 1973, , and was baptized at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Bagley. He is the son of Sue and...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    April 25, 2019

Red Lake Tribe and School Board participate in Red Lake Day at the Minnesota State Capitol

ST. PAUL, MN - On Tuesday, April 23, 2019, several Red Lake Tribal Council members, Red Lake Tribal Program Directors and Red Lake School Board members met with Governor Walz, State Senators and Representatives in the areas of Health, Human Services, Veterans Affairs,...

 

Minneapolis police union offers free 'warrior' training, in defiance of mayor's ban

In open defiance of Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, the union that represents the city's roughly 900 rank-and-file police officers announced that it is partnering with a national police organization to offer free "warrior-style" training for any officer who wants it....

 

Lowest-income Minnesotans hit hardest by Gov. Tim Walz's tax plan, analysis shows

Gov. Tim Walz's plan to increase taxes would hit the lowest-income Minnesotans the hardest, according to a new state analysis that could frame his push for more money to fund new health, infrastructure and school initiatives. Minnesotans on the bottom half of the...

 

Minnesota law enforcement gets crafty in going after distracted drivers

Disguised as panhandlers, utility workers and construction teams, law enforcement officers are getting creative in their efforts to catch distracted drivers. On Wednesday, police officers in Eagan boarded a school bus and from that higher vantage point peered into...

 

Use-of-force expert: None needed in Noor's fatal encounter with Damond

The Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot Justine Ruszczyk Damond two summers ago had no reason to use deadly force and violated department policy and national standards by doing so, two use-of-force experts said Wednesday. Even if former officer Mohamed Noor had been startled by a loud noise that night, as...

 

Illinois boy found buried in shallow grave; parents charged

CRYSTAL LAKE, Ill. - Authorities searching for a missing 5-year-old Illinois boy who had lived in deplorable conditions dug up his body Wednesday and charged his parents with murder, sadly declaring that the youngster would "no longer have to suffer." The body,...

 

Invasive weed that threatens corn, soybean crops is spreading in Minnesota

Public enemy No. 1 for corn and soybean farmers, the Palmer amaranth weed, has made new incursions into Minnesota by way of livestock feed. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture said this week that cows have eaten remnants of the weed in feed, then eliminated it in...

 

US measles cases hit highest mark in 25 years

NEW YORK - Measles in the U.S. has climbed to its highest level in 25 years, closing in on 700 cases this year in a resurgence largely attributed to misinformation that is turning parents against vaccines. "This is alarming," said Dr. William Schaffner, a Vanderbilt...

 

Trump forms battle plan for post-Mueller probes: Just say no

WASHINGTON — Just say no. As House Democrats ramp up their post-Mueller investigations into President Donald Trump, his strategy for responding is simple: Resist on every legal front. The administration is straining to hold off congressional investigators, including their efforts to obtain the president's tax...

 

BP: With co-op off the table, Laporte outlines $252,000 in budget cuts

LAPORTE—After a meeting earlier this month where many parents and other community members said they opposed a potential athletic co-op with a neighboring district, Laporte Public School leaders on Monday outlined about $252,000 worth of spending cuts, many of which School Board members had already enacted, and new...

 

BP: Yon to succeed Benshoof as chief judge of Ninth District

BEMIDJI-Judge Tamara Yon recently was elected to serve as chief judge of Minnesota's Ninth Judicial District by her fellow judges in the district. She is currently serving her second, consecutive term as assistant chief judge for the district. Her first term as chief...

 

These 50 Minnesota Republican lawmakers say humans aren't 'key cause of climate change'

Minnesota House members revealed Wednesday whether they believe humans are causing climate change. It broke largely along party lines: 79 lawmakers, including all 75 Democrats, voted yes, and 50 Republicans voted no. Five Republicans did not vote. ht...

 

Ponemah School recognizes Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance

Ponemah School recently recognized those students who had a perfect attendance during the Third Grading Period, as well as those students in Grades 3-8 for their academic achievement in making the Honor Roll. Congratulations to those students with 100% attendance for...

 

Red Lake Kindergarten Round-Up held on Tuesday and Thursday - P4

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...

 

Supreme Court Hears Case Watched by Educators on Census' Citizenship Question

Washington - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday heard arguments over whether a citizenship question may be added to the 2020 census, in a case that is being watched by educators because of the potential impact that depressed response rates may have on the allocation of billions of dollars in federal education aid....

 

How Trump factors into California's charter school wars

SACRAMENTO — It’s tough being a charter school advocate in California these days. Not only are the schools facing fierce opposition from the Democratic-controlled Legislature, teachers unions and a governor whom their backers spent millions trying to keep out of office, they also have the most politically toxic...

 

St. Paul School District weighing hard choices on budget

Budget wrangling has begun in the St. Paul School District with Superintendent Joe Gothard scaling back a plan to hire dozens of new teacher coaches for the 2019-20 school year. A proposal that six weeks ago had envisioned stationing “learning leads” at every school site instead would place them initially at the...

 
 Events   

Red Lake Nation Elder's Gathering - Wednesday & Thursday, May 1st & 2nd, 2019

Red Lake Nation Elder's Gathering - Wednesday & Thursday, May 1st & 2nd, 2019 8 AM both days at Seven Clans Event Center in Red Lake For more information contact Barb or Lilah at 218-679-3341...

 
 Events   

Project Grow 2019 - Tilling begins May 6, 2019

Project Grow 2019 - Tilling begins May 6, 2019 Seed and seedling giveaway dates to be announced later....

 

Minneota defeats Red Lake 66-46 in Girls 1A quarterfinal - P55

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 Girls 1A quarterfinal - P56

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...

 

Red Lake Warriors season ends as Cass Lake wins Section 8A East Championship 84-41 - P31

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 - P33

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...

 

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