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 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 8, 2019

Minneota defeats Red Lake 66-46 in Girls 1A quarterfinal - P66

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 the Warriors. "We knew Red Lake played a very disruptive...

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 8, 2019

Red Lake Lady Warriors overwhelm Stephen-Argyle Storm 74-59 in Section 8A Championship - P42

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 got the opening tap and got fouled scoring on a layup just...

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 8, 2019

Lady Warriors advance to 8A Section Championship, beating Fosston 58-47 - P46

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, March 8th against Stephen-Argyle (7:00 pm on 96.7 FM). The...


Wet your whistle at the Water Bar at State Capitol, celebrate Safe Drinking Water Week

Event Northeast Minneapolis’ Water Bar will pop up on the steps of the State Capitol in St. Paul to help Minnesota’s many water partners celebrate Safe Drinking Water Week May 5-11 and recognize the importance of safe drinking water for everyone. Water from three different community water systems – Bloomington, St. Paul Regional Water Services and Rice – will be served...

 News    May 8, 2019

End the feather ban: Government considers protecting Native American rights

WASHINGTON – The Department of the Interior is considering a petition to end the criminalization of eagle feather possession for Native American religious exercise. The petition-published last week-follows a 2014 court victory and is part of a settlement agreement in which the government promised to consider stronger legal...

 News    May 8, 2019

Former NIGC Chair Jonodev Chaudhuri Joins Quarles & Brady in Washington, D.C.

WASHINGTON (May 7, 2019) — The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Jonodev Osceola Chaudhuri, outgoing Chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC), will chair the firm’s Indian Law and Policy Group from its Washington, D.C. office, effective May 20. President Barack Obama first designated Chaudhuri to serve as acting Chairman in 2013,...

 Jobs    May 8, 2019

Custodian I - Red Lake Schools #38

Employment Opportunity Internal and External Posting: 05/07/2019 – 05/17/2019 Position Description: Custodian I Supervisor: Custodian III or designee Bargaining Group: Minnesota School Employees Association Building: Ponemah Elementary Terms: 12 month contract Full-Time Position Overview: To ensure cleanliness, safety and...

 News    May 8, 2019

Report: Career Planning Needs to Start in Middle School

Should career readiness be the first priority of American education, beginning in middle school? And could a focus on that lead to greater equity in the workforce? Those are a couple of the beliefs at the heart of a new whitepaper produced by a coalition of representatives from government, industry, education and nonprofits. "Career Readiness for All," published by the...

 News    May 8, 2019

Barona Cultural Center & Museum Recognized as a 2019 Recipient of Nation's Highest Museum and Library Honor

WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 7, 2019) – The Institute of Museum and Library Services today announced the Barona Cultural Center & Museum as one of 10 recipients of the 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor given to museums and libraries that make significant and exceptional contributions to their communities. Over the past 25 years, the...

 News    May 8, 2019

Hospitalization for youth with mental health disorders up 58% in N.W.T. over past decade

The number of children and young people who were hospitalised for mental health disorders in the Northwest Territories has risen close to 58 per cent over the past decade — and grown 64 per cent across the country. The data comes from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). It looked at how many young people, between the ages of five and 24, were hospitalised...


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