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 News    May 9, 2016

More than 1,030 students graduated today from Bemidji State University

Bemidji State University celebrated 1,034 new college graduates in front of a capacity crowd of family, friends and supporters at its 97th Commencement ceremony. BSU’s Class of 2016 featured: * 49 master’s degree recipients. BSU awarded its first 13 master of business administration degrees, four masters of special education, three masters of arts in teaching, seven masters...

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 9, 2016

Warriors win first two games of season with 12-6 win over Lake of the Woods - P2

The Red Lake Warriors won their first two games of the season with 12-6 win over Lake of the Woods in Red Lake. Although they only played one game, they decided beforehand that this scheduled double-header would give two victories to the winner. Red Lake was supposed to play a game at Lake of the Woods in April but was...

 By Dan Ninham    Sports    May 9, 2016

Red Lake Nation Lacrosse May and June Calendar Released

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Nation Lacrosse May and June Calendar has been released. There will be Skills and Drills Nights on Monday and Tuesday nights from 6:00 to 7:30 pm for Grades K to 12 boys and girls at Red Lake Hospital Field and Ponemah Softball Field. The secondary location in case of weather will be held at the Red Lake...

 By Michael Barrett    News    May 9, 2016

"What's Left - Lives Touched by Suicide" Art Exhibit held at Red Lake Nation College - P4

"What's Left - Lives Touched by Suicide" Art Exhibit was held at Red Lake Nation College on Tuesday, May 3, 2016. The exhibit is a multimedia exhibit designed to create a proactive community dialogue about suicide and mental illness, featuring over a dozen artists in a variety of forms. The opening reception took place, and the...

 News    May 9, 2016

White Earth leaders address drug epidemic, poverty

The people of White Earth came together for the annual State of the Nation address at the Shooting Star Casino in Mahnomen Tuesday to hear the good, the bad and the ugly of reservation life over the past year. It was a year that included the resignation of longtime White Earth Chair Erma Vizenor, who stepped down amid allegations of constitutional reform violations. In her...

 By Michael Barrett    News    May 9, 2016

Some Sunday evening fishing near the Blackduck Bridge on the Red Lake Indian Reservation

Some Sunday evening fishing near the Blackduck Bridge on the Red Lake Indian Reservation....

 News    May 9, 2016

The wait is over: Sens. Franken and Klobuchar visit Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig school with federal dollars finally secure for new facility

BENA -- Uneven flooring, old ceilings and outdated classrooms in a makeshift high school were on display to elected officials at the Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig campus for a final time Friday. Those getting a look at the largely dilapidated facility on the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Reservation were U.S. Sens. Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar, who worked to secure funding for a new, better...

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 9, 2016

Two bad early innings help Nevis to beat Red Lake 15-5 - P4

On Tuesday, May 3, 2016, the Red Lake Warrior Baseball Team hosted Nevis. Two bad early innings for Red Lake helped Nevis to secure the win, 15-5. Red Lake Baseball Schedule: Red Lake Girls Softball Schedule:...

 News    May 9, 2016

Region 2 Arts Council Seeks Board Members

Region 2 Arts Council is currently taking applications from individuals residing in Beltrami, Hubbard, Lake of the Woods, and Clearwater counties to serve on the Region 2 Arts Council Board of Directors. This is a great opportunity to understand the workings of the granting process, to be more involved with the art and artists of your county, and to enjoy a measure of...

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 9, 2016

Lady Warriors Softball Team hosts Pine River in make-up game - P7

The Red Lake Lady Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity Softball Teams hosted Pine River in a make-up game on Thursday, April 28, 2016. Pine River took both games. Red Lake Baseball Schedule: Red Lake Girls Softball...

 News    May 9, 2016

Wildfires continue to burn across northern Minnesota

A handful of wildfires continued to burn Sunday in northern Minnesota, the largest of which has charred about 1,000 acres east of Hoyt Lakes in Hubbard County. Dubbed the Skibo fire, the blaze was 12 percent contained as of 8 a.m. Sunday, according to the Minnesota Incident Command System (MNICS), a group of agencies that work together on wildfires and other critical incidents...

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 9, 2016

Warriors improving, but drop another game to Blackduck - P9

The Red Lake Warriors Baseball Team hosted the Blackduck Drakes on Tuesday, April 26, 2016. Blackduck beat Red Lake 14-4 in the Drakes home opener on April 12, 2016. Red Lake Baseball Schedule: Red Lake Girls Softball...


Red Lake High School 2016 Prom - P11

The 2016 Red Lake High School Prom was held on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at the Red Lake Casino Event Center. Red Lake High School Prom 2016 video:

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 9, 2016

Red Lake Warriors lose home opener to Pine River - P14

The Red Lake Warriors Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their home openers 2016 to Pine River on Tuesday, April 19 in Red Lake. Red Lake Baseball Schedule: Red Lake Girls Softball Schedule:

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 9, 2016

Minneapolis North Polars end Red Lake's winning streak 82-61 at Target Center - P41

From KKCQ Sports Radio Class A State Semifinal – Red Lake 61 vs. Minneapolis North 82 The high flying Minneapolis North Polars will play for a State Championship on Saturday, following their 82-61 victory over Red Lake at Target Center in Minneapolis. The Polars will have a chance to win their 6th State Championship in school...

 By Michael Barrett    News    May 9, 2016

11th Annual Youth Leadership Conference kicks off in Red Lake - P3

Conference began on Wednesday, May 4, 2016, at Red Lake High School the Red Creek Drum Group, and facilitators Chance Rush and Murphy Thomas, followed by the welcome address by Red Lake Tribal Chairman Darrell Seki Sr. The Red Lake Youth Council presented their address and introduced their members, followed by Key Note speakers...

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 9, 2016

Red Lake #5 upsets #4 Browerville/Eagle Valley 66-52 to advance in State Tournament - P41

From KKCQ Sports Class A State Quarterfinal – Red Lake 66 vs. Browerville/Eagle Valley 52 Fifth seed and seventh-ranked (MBN) Red Lake (27-4) pushed its winning streak to 15 games by knocking off fourth seed and fifth-ranked (MBN) Browerville/Eagle Valley (26-3) 66-62 on Thursday afternoon at Williams Arena in the 2016 MSHSL...

 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 9, 2016

Red Lake Warriors return to State Tournament with 65-44 Section 8A Championship over Northern Freeze - Set 2 - P44

From KKCQ Sports Red Lake Warriors return to State Tournament with 65-44 Section 8A Championship over Northern Freeze Make it three straight trips to the State Tournament for the Red Lake Warriors as they rallied from a halftime deficit to defeat the Northern Freeze Friday night for the Section 8A Championship. The Freeze...

 News    May 9, 2016


WASHINGTON – The United States today filed a civil complaint on its own behalf and for the benefit of the Pueblo of Santa Clara in federal court in Albuquerque, New Mexico, against the city of Española, New Mexico. The complaint alleges that the city lacks valid rights-of-way for portions of its public water and sanitary sewer lines located on the Pueblo’s lands and is...

 News    May 9, 2016

33 lions leave behind circus suffering in South America, for a new life in Africa

The story of the now famous 33 lions that went from circus cages to freedom, is told in a new video by Animal Defenders International (ADI), released today. Rescued by ADI from a life of suffering in circuses in Peru and Colombia, the feel-good tale of the lions’ journey to their forever home in South Africa has won the hearts of the public around the world. Many of the lions...

 News    May 9, 2016

Arizona Takes 1 Step Forward and 2 Steps Back on Abortion Access

PHOENIX — Facing legal challenges from the American Civil Liberties Union and other groups, the Arizona Legislature passed a bill that would repeal two medically unsupported restrictions on medication abortion. The move comes just one day after the legislature approved a bill designed to block low-income women’s access to healthcare — including birth control, prenatal...


Americans for Prosperity-Minnesota Applauds Senate for Rejecting $1.5 Billion in Additional Debt

ST. PAUL, MN – Americans for Prosperity – Minnesota applauds members of the Minnesota Senate who on Thursday night rejected a borrowing bill that would have added $1.5 billion of debt on Minnesota taxpayers. AFP-MN State Director praised the Senate members who stood against the bill, saying “Thank you to these members for their vote to return fiscal sanity to the Minnesot...

 News    May 9, 2016

No serious injuries reported in rear-end accident on Highway 89

BEMIDJI—No one was seriously injured Thursday when a vehicle traveling at highway speeds rear-ended a vehicle that stopped for a school bus along Highway 89 northwest of Bemidji, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. The accident happened about 4 p.m. near Radar Road. A 1992 Subaru Legacy was stopped for the bus, which had its red lights flashing, when a 2015 Dodge Ram...

 News    May 9, 2016

The world in your hands: BSU holds 97th commencement ceremony at Sanford Center

Hundreds of young men and women in their graduation attire used their paper programs as fans and opened their robes to let a little breeze in on a hot, dry day that was cooled only slightly by the air conditioning inside the Sanford Center.

 News    May 9, 2016

Large police presence in St. Paul after shots ring out early Monday

Residents of a St. Paul neighborhood just north of downtown were awakened by a volley of gunshots early Monday. Police descended on the area of Buffalo and Acker Streets around 3:30 a.m. according to an audio recording posted on the Police Clips website. So far there is no official word from police.


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