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Articles from the June 6, 2012 edition


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  • RLYB Overcomes Slow Start to Win 7th Straight

    Jon Roberts|Jun 6, 2012

    In Tuesday night Bemidji Youth Baseball League action, a short-handed Red Lake team capitalized on a few Knights of Columbus pitching miscues late in the game to comeback from a 4-run deficit to win their 7th straight game dating back to last season and keep their 2012 record perfect at 4 wins and 0 losses. Red Lake was able to scrape together a run in the 1st on a sacrifice RBI from Tom May to score Rob Beaulieu. May also had an RBI single in the 3rd inning that scored Austin May. The Knights...

  • Last day of school water fight at RLHS

    Sandra Ketterling, RLHS|Jun 6, 2012

    Last day of school water fight at RLHS...

  • Spring Fling held in Redby - P7

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jun 6, 2012

    The Redby Community held its annual Spring Fling on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at the Art Thunder Memorial Ball Field. Over 300 participants took part in games and other activities for both adults and children, which included a BBQ Rib Cook off and feast. The Rib Contest paid 1st Place $500, 2nd Place $300, 3rd Place $200 and 4th Place $100 Rib contest winners: 1st Ryan Auginash 2nd Ann Auginash 3rd (Tie) Steve Bellanger & Justin Donnell 4th Trudy Kingbird. The event was sponsored by the Redby...

  • Spring Fling held in Redby - P8

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jun 6, 2012

    The Redby Community held its annual Spring Fling on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at the Art Thunder Memorial Ball Field. Over 300 participants took part in games and other activities for both adults and children, which included a BBQ Rib Cook off and feast. The Rib Contest paid 1st Place $500, 2nd Place $300, 3rd Place $200 and 4th Place $100 Rib contest winners: 1st Ryan Auginash 2nd Ann Auginash 3rd (Tie) Steve Bellanger & Justin Donnell 4th Trudy Kingbird. The event was sponsored by the Redby...

  • Spring Fling held in Redby - P9

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jun 6, 2012

    The Redby Community held its annual Spring Fling on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at the Art Thunder Memorial Ball Field. Over 300 participants took part in games and other activities for both adults and children, which included a BBQ Rib Cook off and feast. The Rib Contest paid 1st Place $500, 2nd Place $300, 3rd Place $200 and 4th Place $100 Rib contest winners: 1st Ryan Auginash 2nd Ann Auginash 3rd (Tie) Steve Bellanger & Justin Donnell 4th Trudy Kingbird. The event was sponsored by the Redby...

  • Spring Fling held in Redby - P10

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jun 6, 2012

    The Redby Community held its annual Spring Fling on Saturday, June 2, 2012 at the Art Thunder Memorial Ball Field. Over 300 participants took part in games and other activities for both adults and children, which included a BBQ Rib Cook off and feast. The Rib Contest paid 1st Place $500, 2nd Place $300, 3rd Place $200 and 4th Place $100 Rib contest winners: 1st Ryan Auginash 2nd Ann Auginash 3rd (Tie) Steve Bellanger & Justin Donnell 4th Trudy Kingbird. The event was sponsored by the Redby...

  • 2012 Seven Clans Casino-TRF Pow Wow - P17

    Michael Barrett, RLNN|Jun 6, 2012

    2012 Seven Clans Casino-TRF Pow Wow - P16 - Friday Night Grand Entry WINNERS TEEN CATEGORIES TEEN GIRLS TRADITIONAL (12-17) PTS. 1st Place: 370 Jade Gustafson, Thunder Bay, Ontario $400.00 2nd Place: 295 Jaleesa Star Blanket, Roseau River, Manitoba $300.00 3rd Place: 260 Wamblie Littlesky, Kyle SD $200.00 4th Place: 200 Nichole Nordwall, Stillwater, OK $100.00 TEEN GIRLS JINGLE (12-17) PTS 1st Place: 425 Derian Yuzzicappi, Fort Qu'appelle, SK $400.00 2nd Place: 400 Mallory Oakes, Saskatoon, SK...

  • Photographs from the Kindergarten Center 2012

    RLES|Jun 6, 2012

    Photographs from the Kindergarten Center 2012...

  • Warrior Grill Weekly Specials for week of June 4th – 8th

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    Monday......................... BBQ ribs Chef John’s own. Comes with o-rings and slaw.......$6.50 Tuesday..........................Hot beefs Tender beef between bread with mashed potatoes and gravy......$6.50 Wednesday....................Pulled BBQ sands Mmmm, tender meat in bbq sauce served on toasted bun with slaw and baked beans..................$5.95 Thursday................Fish n chips Lager battered pangusuis fried and served with ff’s and slaw.................$6.50...

  • New Beginnings ABE/GED Program Graduates Contact New Beginnings

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    The New Beginnings ABE/GED Program is asking all students who graduated since June 1, 2011 to please contact us at 679-3350 X 147 to let us know if you will be participating in the upcoming graduation celebration on June 7th. We need to get your gown size and ensure that all of your paperwork has been completed to allow you to graduate in this years class."...

  • May, June 2012 Red Lake Hotel Specials

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    May, June 2012 Red Lake Hotel Specials May Hotels Specials Standard Suite $34.95 + Tax Deluxe Suite $44.95 + Tax Weekly Sunday through Thursday June Hotel Specials Standard Suite $39.95 + Tax Deluxe Suite $49.95 + Tax Weekly Sunday through Thursday May and June 2012 Weekend Specials Friday and Saturday Standard Suite $59.95 + Tax Deluxe Suite $69.95 + Tax...

  • Diane Kay Cook Memorial Dinner - Saturday, June 9, 2012 @ 3:00 PM

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    Memorial Dinner & Giveaway for Diane Kay Cook Saturday, June 9, 2012 @ 3:00 PM Red Lake Center Everyone Welcome...

  • BOOK SIGNING EVENT AT BLANK CANVAS GALLERY SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 2-5 P.M.

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    On Saturday, June 16 from 2p.m. to 5 p.m. eight local authors will be at Blank Canvas Gallery for a book signing. The authors and their writings are as follows: Sharon Harris- “Unspoken”, “Timeless Tracks” and “Life Savers” Marion Holtey - “Seasons of Light” Jill and Deanne Johnson - “Little Minnesota : 100 Towns Around 100” Jerry Mevissen - “Nimrod Chronicles” and “Broken Heart” Betty Porter – “Gramma & Gramp’s House in the North Woods” illustrations By Betty and writing by Dr. Michael Porter, U of St....

  • New Beltrami County Fairgrounds building highlights historical impact

    Monte Draper, Bemidji Pioneer|Jun 6, 2012

    BEMIDJI – A new building will soon grace the footprint beside the Pinewood fire tower. The Beltrami County Agricultural Association and the manager of the Beltrami County Fairgrounds announced the Forestry Education Center will be constructed this summer with an opening and a ribbon cutting ceremony date set for the 2013 fair. The building’s front facade will be comprised of logs, while the sides and roof will be metal, according to organizer David Quam. “The forest industry was and still is a vital part of our economy, it’s only...

  • KU historian touts benefits of foods indigenous to Americas

    Jun 6, 2012

    LAWRENCE – In academic circles, Devon Abbott Mihesuah is known as a historian with indigenous roots who researches decolonization strategies and advocates traditional diets for Native Americans. In her popular History of Indigenous Food and Health course at the University of Kansas and at some Native American gatherings, she is sometimes known as the woman who regards fry bread as lethal. Both an historian and a novelist focused on Native American topics, Mihesuah is the Cora Lee Beers Price Teaching Professor in International Cultural...

  • OFFICE ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ANNOUNCES AGREEMENTS TO CROSS-DESIGNATE TRIBAL PROSECUTORS IN NEBRASKA, NEW MEXICO, MONTANA, NORTH DAKOTA AND SOUTH DAKOTA

    Jun 6, 2012

    WASHINGTON – The Justice Department’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) announced today that four tribes in Nebraska, New Mexico, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota will be awarded cooperative agreements to cross-designate tribal prosecutors to pursue violence against women cases in both tribal and federal courts. The goal of the Tribal Special U.S. Attorney (SAUSA) program is to train eligible tribal prosecutors in federal law, procedure and investigative techniques to increase the likelihood that every viable criminal offense is...

  • Bats go cold for Panthers in elimination game

    Jack Hittinger, Bemidji Pioneer|Jun 6, 2012

    BEMIDJI — Cass Lake-Bena starter Wesley Moe didn’t have his best stuff Tuesday night. Neither did Corey Roach, his East Grand Forks Sacred Heart counterpart. That didn’t seem to matter for much of the teams’ Section 8-A loser’s bracket game at Bemidji State. Both offenses went cold for the better part of six innings, and it wasn’t until the seventh that Sacred Heart, already up 3-1, slammed the door shut on CL-B. The Eagles scored six runs on six hits and an error to turn what was...

  • Dramatic Drakes: Blackduck moves to title game with extra-inning win

    Jack Hittinger, Bemidji Pioneer|Jun 6, 2012

    BEMIDJI — Another pitcher might not have returned after giving up four runs on five hits in the sixth inning. But this was Aaron Nissen, and this was the Section 8-A playoffs. “He’s our rock,” Blackduck head coach Dwight Kalvig said. “He’s the leader of men. I can’t say enough about what he’s done for this team this year. We really count on Aaron to set the tone and he did that today.” Although Nissen committed an error and allowed Red Lake County to take the 5-2 lead in their...

  • Election field set: Two primaries for city elections, one county race contested

    Bemidji Pioneer|Jun 6, 2012

    BEMIDJI – A sitting Bemidji city councilor has entered the race for mayor. Rita Albrecht, currently the city’s Ward 4 councilor, filed for the two-year mayoral seat on Tuesday, the final day of election filing for state, county and city elections. Albrecht’s filing prompts a primary for the mayoral seat as incumbent Mayor Dave Larson and challenger Sachel Josefson both previously filed for election. Also filing for election Tuesday was former councilor Nancy Erickson, who is seeking to regain the Ward 5 seat. Erickson’s filing will...

  • Jun 6, 2012

    BEMIDJI — The city of Bemidji and Beltrami County have agreed to a joint letter, objecting to the Northern Township cross-burning....

  • THE 24 SEVEN – June 6, 2012

    Washington Post|Jun 6, 2012

    THE 24 SEVEN – June 6, 2012 Wage gap, on closer inspection, looks like cranny America’s “wage gap” between men and women may be more paper-th... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=37433&L=17151&F=T ----------------------------------------------------------------- Limbaugh: Obama 'becoming the male Kim Kardashian' On Tuesday, Rush Limbaugh discussed two sweepstakes ads that th... http://takeaction.wta001.com/wta/link.php?M=17702784&N=37433&L=17152&F=T -----------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Jun 6, 2012

    The Minnesota Racing Commission will hold a special meeting next week in Shakopee to consider a proposed agreement that would send tens of millions of dollars from Mystic Lake Casino to Canterbury Park to enhance track winnings and stabilize the state's horse racing industry....

  • Jun 6, 2012

    Graduation ceremonies this week are bringing down the curtain on a momentous, sometimes wrenching school year for the Anoka-Hennepin School District....

  • Jun 6, 2012

    Unless you're at high risk for cardiovascular disease, you probably shouldn't take a low-dose aspirin every day, a new study suggests....

  • Jun 6, 2012

    NEW YORK - The nation's school districts are turning up their noses at "pink slime," the beef product that caused a public uproar earlier this year....

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