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Russell and Margaret K. Porter

Russell K Porter was born December 12, 1926 to Ida Clark and Wayne Porter in White Earth, MN. He would later join the United States Navy Margaret K Kingbird (Mindimooye) of the Eagle Clan was born March 1, 1946 to Mary Mosher and Allen Kingbird, Sr. in Ponemah, MN. She...

 

Trump announces new Mexican tariffs in response to migrants

WASHINGTON - In a surprise announcement that could compromise a major trade deal, President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he is slapping a 5% tariff on all Mexican imports, effective June 10, to pressure the country to do more to crack down on the surge of...

 

Donald Eugene Iceman Sr.

Donald Eugene Iceman Sr. Aug. 10, 1938 - May 26, 2019 Donald Eugene Iceman, Sr., "Di bizh goo gong" which means "He Who Catches Fish", 80, of the Kingfisher Clan and Red Lake Minnesota began his journey to the spirit world on Sunday, May 26th 2019 from the Jourdain...

 

Minneapolis considers limiting landlords' ability to screen tenants

Minneapolis City Council members are drafting a new ordinance that would limit how landlords use criminal, credit and eviction history to screen prospective tenants. As city officials search for ways out of the affordable housing crisis, they are taking aim at a...

 

Christina Marie (Rock) Schwanke

Christina Marie (Rock) Schwanke April 29, 1940 ~ May 26, 2019 (age 79) Christina “Tina” (Rock) Schwanke age 79 of Ponsford, Minnesota, passed away peacefully on May 26, 2019 surrounded by her family in her home in Monticello, MN. Christina was born on April 29,...

 

New evidence suggests census citizenship question crafted to help white Republicans

WASHINGTON – Just weeks before the Supreme Court is expected to rule on whether the Trump administration can add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census, new evidence emerged Thursday suggesting the question was crafted specifically to give an electoral advantage...

 

Skipper of cruiser that sank Budapest tour boat arrested

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Hungarian police detained the captain of a cruise ship that collided with and sank a sightseeing boat packed with South Korean tourists, as rescue crews geared up to raise the vessel from the bottom of the Danube River in the heart of Budapest while scouring the waters for 21 people still...

 

Walz signs 'compromise' education budget; educators say it doesn't go far enough

Gov. Tim Walz signed a $20 billion school spending measure into law Thursday as preschool students, school board members, a principal and a superintendent looked on. School administrators who gathered at Bruce Vento Elementary School in St. Paul described the new law...

 

Brown takes his talents to Leech Lake: Cass Lake-Bena grad eyes a career in sports

CASS LAKE—Jared Brown has been playing basketball since he was five years old, and he's set to take his game—and his studies—to the next level. The 18-year-old all-conference guard is set to be one of 70-75 students who'll graduate Friday from Cass Lake-Bena High School. Brown, a Red Lake Nation member, plans to...

 

Detours begin June 3 for Highway 71 construction in Park Rapids

BEMIDJI, Minn. – Motorists will experience lane closures, detours and delays as construction begins in Park Rapids beginning June 3. MnDOT crews will be constructing a roundabout on Highway 71 at the intersection with Hubbard County Roads 15 and 53 in Park Rapids....

 

MDA Helps Ag Professionals Prepare for Tough Conversations

St. Paul, MN: Stressful times in agriculture can trigger bad news and difficult conversations. In response, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is offering Navigating Conflict & Tough Conversations in Agriculture, a workshop designed to help agriculture professionals navigate potentially contentious situation...

 

Public urged to provide feedback on strategies to reduce emissions from cars, trucks and buses

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Transportation, in collaboration with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the departments of Commerce and Agriculture, the Environmental Quality Board, and the McKnight Foundation, has launched the Pathways to Decarbonizing Transportation project to explore potential...

 

Teens, young adults visit ER more than others for heat-related illnesses, new data review finds

A new look at data from Minnesota and Wisconsin found that teens and adults 15 to 34 years old in both states are the most likely to visit the emergency department for heat-related illness. This finding was somewhat surprising. The majority of public health alerts...

 

RLHS 2019 Graduates walk at Red Lake Government Center and other places - P2

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....

 

Local Graduations from last week - P5

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

 

Local Graduations from last week - Set II - P5

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

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    May 31, 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 31, 2019

Lady Warriors lose in 5 innings to Blackduck 21-4 - P14

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 31, 2019

Lady Warriors lose to Walker-Hackensack-Akley 17-6 in Red Lake - P15

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 31, 2019

Red Lake Warrior Baseball Team Wins First Game of Season 6-5 over Cass Lake in 8 Innings - P19

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...

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 31, 2019

Red Lake Lady Warriors overwhelm Stephen-Argyle Storm 74-59 in Section 8A Championship - P62

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...

 
 By Michael Barrett    Sports    May 31, 2019

Red Lake Lady Warriors overwhelm Stephen-Argyle Storm 74-59 in Section 8A Championship - P64

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...

 

Congratulations Red Lake High School Graduates, Class of 2019

Congratulations Red Lake High School Graduates, Class of 2019 Have a safe and enjoyable weekend Graduation Ceremonies begin at 1 PM on Saturday, June 1, 2019...

 

EDlection 2020: Comparing K-12 Plans on Teacher Pay, Pre-K and More From Democratic Frontrunners Biden & Sanders

Former Vice President Joe Biden, the frontrunner among the two dozen Democratic presidential candidates, released his K-12 education plan Tuesday evening. His proposal, like that of his closest competitor, Sen. Bernie Sanders, is robust and addresses a variety of...

 

4 school employees suspended after test scores invalidated

PRESTONSBURG, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky superintendent says he has suspended four employees at an eastern Kentucky elementary school following an investigation of standardized test scores that led to 2017 results being invalidated. WYMT-TV reports Floyd County Superintendent Danny Adkins said in a statement on Tuesday...

 

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