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Articles from the February 11, 2014 edition

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Warriors edge Nevis 94-82 in back and forth battle

Warriors edge Nevis 94-82 in back and forth battle on Monday, February 10, 2014 in Red Lake....

 

Warriors edge Nevis 94-82 in back and forth battle - P2

Warriors edge Nevis 94-82 in back and forth battle on Monday, February 10, 2014 in Red Lake....

 

Warriors edge Nevis 94-82 in back and forth battle - P3

Warriors edge Nevis 94-82 in back and forth battle on Monday, February 10, 2014 in Red Lake....

 

Red Lake JV nips Nevis 75-74 in tough battle

Red Lake JV nips Nevis 75-74 in tough battle on Monday, February 10, 2014 in Red Lake....

 

Red Lake JV nips Nevis 75-74 in tough battle - P2

Red Lake JV nips Nevis 75-74 in tough battle on Monday, February 10, 2014 in Red Lake....

 

Red Lake JV nips Nevis 75-74 in tough battle - P3

Red Lake JV nips Nevis 75-74 in tough battle on Monday, February 10, 2014 in Red Lake....

 

Basketball Night in Red Lake; All Red Lake Teams get Wins - P17

All Red Lake Teams won last night, which included the Red Lake Girls and Boys 7th and 8th Graders, the Red Lake Boys and Girls JV teams, and the Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors Varsity teams. On this cold night of February 6, 2014, Red Lake was hot on the court in all their matches against the Laporte Wild Cats. It was also...

 

Basketball Night in Red Lake; All Red Lake Teams get Wins - P18

All Red Lake Teams won last night, which included the Red Lake Girls and Boys 7th and 8th Graders, the Red Lake Boys and Girls JV teams, and the Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors Varsity teams. On this cold night of February 6, 2014, Red Lake was hot on the court in all their matches against the Laporte Wild Cats. It was also...

 

Basketball Night in Red Lake; All Red Lake Teams get Wins - P19

All Red Lake Teams won last night, which included the Red Lake Girls and Boys 7th and 8th Graders, the Red Lake Boys and Girls JV teams, and the Red Lake Warriors and Lady Warriors Varsity teams. On this cold night of February 6, 2014, Red Lake was hot on the court in all their matches against the Laporte Wild Cats. It was also...

 

It's Not Just Utah: Minnesota Lunch Rooms Also Refuse Hot Lunch to Children

With generous support from MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger and Share our Strength, this policy brief was undertaken as part of LSAP's continued commitment to ending child hunger. Legal Aid has been advocating for six years to prohibit the unacceptable practice of denying hot lunch to low-income children who have insufficient...

 

COOK – PONEMAH ELDERLY NUTRITION PROGRAM

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT COOK – PONEMAH ELDERLY NUTRITION PROGRAM OPEN: February 10, 2014 CLOSING: February 21, 2014 @ 3:00 p.m. Primary Function: Responsible for the day-to-day management, fiscal responsibility, nutritional, and social services of the Elderly. Assure that the program goals and objectives are achieved and...

 

Dora Jean Kingbird

Dora Jean Kingbird August 3, 1942 - Friday, February 7, 2014 Dora Jean Kingbird, “Akiiwe`zii” (old man) age 71, of Ponemah, Minnesota Journeyed to the Spirit World on Friday, February 7, 2014 at The Jourdain Perpich Extended Care in Red Lake, Minnesota. She was born on August 3, 1942 in Red Lake, Minnesota the daughter of Charles Kingbird and Norma Sullivan. Dora worked at...

 

Vernon Douglas Clark

Vernon Douglas Clark February 3, 1932 - Sunday, February 9, 2014 Vernon Douglas Clark Sr., age 82, of Redby, Minnesota Journeyed to the Spirit World on Sunday, February 9, 2014 at Sanford Hospital in Bemidji, Minnesota. Vernon was born February 3, 1932 in Red Lake, Minnesota the son of William and Stella (Webster) Clark. He serv...

 

RED LAKE INDIAN HEALTH SERVICES PATIENTS

RED LAKE INDIAN HEALTH SERVICES PATIENTS: Please be courteous to our staff and to other patients: if you need to cancel an upcoming appointment, you can do so by calling 218-679-3912. This assures other patients who may be waiting to get in could do so. Thank you, RLIHS...

 
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Wolf Day at the State Capitol

Wolf Day at the State Capitol Suspend Minnesota's recreational wolf hunting and trapping Join Howling For Wolves at the Capitol in St. Paul for Wolf Day. The all-day event will include meetings with legislators and a rally inside the Capitol Rotunda. With your help, we can demonstrate to lawmakers that changes are needed to...

 

Taxes - and treaties - on the table: Bemidjians bend legislators' ears at town hall meeting

BEMIDJI — A large crowd turned out Monday for a talk with local legislators that ranged from changes to local tax code to international arms treaties....

 

Some Bemidji households lose water access as pipes freeze

BEMIDJI -- About 50 households have reported frozen pipes so far this winter to the city as unusual cold extends deeper in the ground, Todd Anderson, Bemidji water and sewer superintendent, said Monday....

 

Pipeline company says it will increase propane flow

WASHINGTON -- A pipeline company promises it will ship more propane to the Midwest and Northeast. The action comes after the Obama administration responded to dozens of lawmakers and governors who demanded action as propane prices soared and temperatures plummeted. Enterprise Product Partners told shippers it would inject an extra 150,000 barrels of propane into its pipeline...

 

Goldie S. Johnson

Goldie S. Johnson Oct. 27, 1918 - Feb. 8, 2014 Goldie S. Johnson, whose Ojibwe name is "Makoons", 95, of Red Lake passed into the spirit world Saturday, February 8, 2014, at the Jourdain/Perpich Extended Care Facility in Red Lake. Goldie is a member of Oshkimanis; Kingfisher Clan. Traditional Funeral Services will be 11:00 am...

 

Wallie Burnette

Wallie Burnette (August 25, 1983 - February 3, 2014) Wallie Burnette, age 30, of Naytahwaush, MN, died on Monday, February 3, 2014, in his home. Wallie Joseph was born in Detroit Lakes, MN, on August 25, 1983, to Gina Burnette and Wallie Lang. He grew up in Naytahwaush and graduated from Mahnomen High School with the class of...

 

Minnesota students: You better not forget your lunch money

Some Minnesota children go to school hungry and leave even hungrier. A majority of public school districts in this state deny hot lunch - or any lunch at all in some cases - to children who can't pay for them. Some schools take the meals from students in the lunch line and dump them in the trash when the computer shows a deficit...

 

Cost of MNsure insurance may leave target group no better off

Jamie Ward has run the numbers over and over — even consulting a financial counselor — and still doesn’t know if she can afford the health insurance she found on MNsure....

 

Reported sexual assaults up 23 percent at Minnesota colleges

Reports of sexual assault at Minnesota colleges have risen sharply in recent years, lending urgency to a national call to bring down the number of sex offenses that occur on campuses across the country....

 

Corporate hackers target the weakest link, the supply chain

The cyber­thieves who hit Tar­get Corp. took ad­van­tage of a widespread and often overlooked weak­ness in cor­po­rate information se­curi­ty: third-par­ty com­puter con­nec­tions that can cre­ate a vir­tual back door to cus­tom­er in­for­ma­tion....

 

Minnesota to offer enhanced driver's licenses and ID cards

Starting Monday, Minnesota residents can apply for an enhanced driver's license or identification card that will allow them to re-enter the United States from Canada, Bermuda, Mexico and the Caribbean without needing a passport. Applications for the licenses and identification cards that provide proof of identity and U.S. citize...

 

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