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Articles from the May 30, 2019 edition

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Brian William Roy

Brian William Roy October 30, 1996 ~ May 25, 2019 (age 22) Brian William Roy, "Ishkwegwaneb" which means "He Who Sits at the End", 22 years young, of the Turtle Clan and Red Lake, Minnesota journeyed to the happy hunting grounds from his home in Red Lake, MN on...

 

Karen Ann Adams

Karen Ann Adams October 20, 1962 - May 28, 2019 Karen Ann Adams whose spirit name is "Bangishimo" which means "Sunset", 56, of Bemidji died Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 pm Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the...

 

Jarret Jay Cook

Jarret Jay Cook May 21, 1992 - May 24, 2019 Jarret Jay Cook, (Khoshkalaka Mani Wakinya) (Young Man That Walks With Thunder) passed away on May 24, 2019 in Fort Totten. Jarret was 27 years old. The Wake for Jarret will be held at the Fort Totten Recreation Center on...

 

RLHS 2019 Graduates walk at Red Lake Government Center and other places

The RLHS 2019 Graduates walked through the Red Lake Government Center and other buildings on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. Red Lake High School Graduation will take place on Saturday, June 1`, 2019 at 1 PM....

 

Minnesota Robotics Coaches Association recognizes students from FIRST Robotics Competition team 7235, Red Lake Ogichidaag as 2019 All-State Academic winners

The Minnesota Robotics Coaches Association would like to recognize the following students from FIRST Robotics Competition team 7235, Red Lake Ogichidaag at Red Lake High School as a 2019 All-State Academic winner. Joelle Drouillard Calista Nichols To be recognized for...

 

Minnesota lawmakers, advocates say work on emergency insulin program is not over

The heartbreak arrived at 5:30 a.m. Saturday, through a phone call from her state representative. Nicole Smith-Holt had been hopeful up until the final hours of the legislative special session that there would be enough support at the Capitol to pass an emergency insulin program this year that had been inspired in...

 

Mueller declares his Russia report did not exonerate Trump

WASHINGTON — Special counsel Robert Mueller said Wednesday that charging President Donald Trump with a crime was "not an option" because of federal rules, but he used his first public remarks on the Russia investigation to emphasize that he did not exonerate the president. "If we had had confidence that the...

 

Two members of MAD DADS arrested on drugs, weapons counts in Minneapolis

Minneapolis' MAD DADS anti-violence program is on the defensive after two of its outreach workers were arrested Wednesday during a raid of their North Side apartment that authorities say turned up guns and drugs. It wasn't immediately clear whether the men were the...

 

Lawsuit seeks to overturn Minnesota abortion restrictions

A coalition of medical providers, reproductive health care advocates and a faith-based group filed a lawsuit Wednesday aimed at overturning a slate of Minnesota laws they say restrict access to abortion, a case that could challenge state elected officials who support...

 

Severe weather forecasts continue as Ohio, Kansas, clean up

DAYTON, Ohio — People from Kansas to Pennsylvania picked up the pieces from a swarm of tornadoes and braced for more twisters Wednesday amid a record-breaking stretch of violent weather. North Texas remained under a tornado watch until the evening, while the National Weather Service issued a flash-flood warning...

 

Analysis: Mueller says he couldn't charge Trump, tosses the question to Congress

For months, congressional Democrats have looked to Robert Mueller to offer the justification for opening an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump for obstruction of justice. On Wednesday, the special counsel did everything but flash the green light for...

 

BP: Lawmakers agree on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women task force

ST. PAUL—A group of tribal, health, advocacy and law enforcement leaders are set to study why so many Indigenous women are murdered or go missing. An omnibus public safety bill presented to Gov. Tim Walz on Tuesday would set aside $150,000 over the next two years to create a task force on missing and murdered...

 

BP: Court postpones Bemidji man's trial after dismissing too many jurors

BEMIDJI—The jury trial for a man involved in a 2017 shooting was postponed Wednesday after the court dismissed too many potential jurors during the selection process to proceed. Deavion Beasley, 25, was charged with a felony-level charge of possession of ammunition or a firearm by an ineligible person. The charge...

 

BP: Second person dies from head-on collision on Highway 2

BEMIDJI—A 73-year-old Bemidji woman has died from injuries suffered in a head-on collision Monday night on U.S. Highway 2 west of town that also claimed the life of a Bemidji man. Margaret K. Porter was driving a 2007 Subaru Forester east in the westbound lane at approximately 11 p.m. Monday, according to the...

 

SPRING ROAD RESTRICTIONS

SPRING ROAD RESTRICTIONS All road restrictions have been lifted in Beltrami County. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Beltrami County Highway Department at 218-333-8173. FROM THE BELTRAMI COUNTY HWY DEPT Bruce Hasbargen, County Engineer...

 

Four Minnesota Cities Awarded PFA Funds totaling $17.93 million

ST. PAUL – The Minnesota Public Facilities Authority (PFA) approved $17.93 million in loan and grant funding for water infrastructure projects in Minnesota. Funding was approved for Faribault, Winnebago, Sacred Heart, and Arden Hills. “Clean drinking water is a necessity for every Minnesotan family and...

 

Joe Biden's education plan calls for major increase in money for schools

Joe Biden released a series of education policy proposals on Tuesday, which included helping teachers pay off student loans, drastically increasing the number of mental health professionals in schools and tripling money for schools that have a high number of children from low-income families. The plan was unveiled...

 

Lincoln district to spend $1.4M on new buses with seat belts

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Lincoln Public Schools will purchase 12 new school buses equipped with lap and shoulder seat belts following new recommendations from a federal safety agency. The Lincoln Board of Education approved the $1.4 million plan this month, the Lincoln Journal Star reported. The board last month adopted...

 

Local Graduations from last week - P4

Local Graduations from last week - Week ending May 25, 2019...

 

Local Graduations from last week - Set II - P4

Local Graduations from last week - Week ending May 25, 2019...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 30, 2019

Class of 2019: Red Lake Nation College Graduation Ceremony held at Red Lake Casino Event Center - P5

RED LAKE, MN – On Thursday, May 23, 2019 beginning at 11 AM, the Grand March began with the Red Lake Nation College Drum Group, featuring the Red Lake Nation Color Guard and Royalty, RLNC Graduates, and RLNC President, Board of Regents and staff and faculty. Lucas...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 30, 2019

Red Lake High School Warriors Honor Banquet - P6

The Red Lake High School Warriors Honor Banquet was held on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at the RLHS Cafeteria starting at 5:30 PM....

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 30, 2019

Lady Warriors lose in 5 innings to Blackduck 21-4 - P13

The Red Lake Lady Warriors lost in 5 innings to Blackduck 21-4 in Red Lake on Monday, May 13, 2019. The Junior Varsity also dropped their game. Part of the problem could have been they were released from class at 10:30 that morning for an 11 AM game, which would have...

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 30, 2019

Lady Warriors lose to Walker-Hackensack-Akley 17-6 in Red Lake - P14

The Red Lake Lady Warriors lost to Walker-Hackensack-Akley 17-6 in Red Lake on Friday, May 17, 2019, putting them at 3-2 on the season. They will host Blackduck on Monday, May 20, 2019 at 11 AM. The Lady Drakes are 8-3 on the season, The girls won't play again until...

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 30, 2019

Red Lake Warrior Baseball Team Wins First Game of Season 6-5 over Cass Lake in 8 Innings - P18

On Monday, May 6, 2019, the Red Lake Warrior Baseball Team won its first game of the season 6-5 over the Cass Lake Panthers in 8 Innings. They will play their last home game on Tuesday, May 7 before road games in Kelliher on May 9th, Nevis on May 10th, Pine River on...

 

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