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 By Michael Barrett    News    June 11, 2018

Red Lake Elementary School Activity Day held at RLES - P13

Red Lake Elementary School Activity Day held at RLES on Tuesday, May 22, 2018....

 By Michael Barrett    News    June 11, 2018

St. Mary's Mission School holds Annual Pow Wow - P18

RED LAKE - On May 15, 2018, St. Mary's Mission held their annual pow wow beginning at 12 noon. All grades danced and this year's Princess and Brave are Nazarene Bearstail and Derrick Smith....


Lady Warriors hang in with #5 in State Pine River, but lose 15-4 - P19

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors played a good game against 5th ranked Pine River on Monday, May 14, 2018, but one bad inning allowed the Tigers to seal the win, 15-4. The Lady Warriors are now 3-2 on the season and will travel to Walker-Hackensack-Akley on Tuesday, May 15th and host Kelliher-Northome in a double header on...


Lady Warriors Softball Team wins first home game of season against Laporte 13-3 in five innings - P21

Lady Warriors Softball Team wins first home game of season against Laporte 13-3 in five innings Junior Varsity loses their game 22-15...

 By Michael Barrett    News    June 11, 2018

Red Lake High School Warrior's Honor Banquet held in Red Lake - P22

RED LAKE - Numerous awards were presented on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at the Red Lake High School Cafeteria. These awards included both academic and athletic awards. Below is a list of awards and the students that received them at the Warriors Banquet. Academic Awards and Scholarships from the Warriors Banquet: • Minnesota Band...

 By Michael Barrett    News    June 11, 2018

Red Lake Nation Annual Youth Conference kicks off at the Red Lake Humanities Center - P27

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Nation Youth Conference 2018 kicked off at the Red Lake Humanities Center at 6 PM on Wednesday, May 2nd, beginning with the Miikawaadizi "Be Beautiful" Fashion Show. About 40 women and children participated in the show. A performance by Becca Lynn followed, as well as a performance by comedians Kasey...


Hastings nurse gives meds 'incorrectly,' potentially exposes 186 to disease

TAHLEQUAH – A nurse administering medications “incorrectly” at W.W. Hastings Hospital has led to the possibility of 186 patients potentially being exposed to infectious diseases, including HIV and hepatitis C, Cherokee Nation officials said. “A nurse was administering medications incorrectly. The nurse used the same vial of medication and syringe to inject more than...


Little Bighorn Artifacts-Auction story

In a story June 10 about a Heritage Auctions event featuring a lock of blond hair believed to have come from George Armstrong Custer, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the auction featured 162 items. It featured 261 items. A corrected version of the story is below:


From criminal to cop, and back again, in Alaska's most vulnerable villages

On the night a girl in skinny jeans and pink sneakers died in Selawik, it was city patrolman Brent Norton who dialed the first call for help. That's his job.


Movie producer brings theaters to underserved areas

For nearly 10 years, residents in a California farming community have had to drive nearly 40 miles to see the latest film, a rare trip for some in a place where a third of the population lives in poverty. That all changed in May when Moctesuma Esparza, a Latino movie producer, opened his latest Maya Cinemas theater in Delano in his ongoing effort to open theaters in poor,...


Trump Says He 'Really' Supports A Bill That Allows States To Legalize Cannabis

While preparing to board Marine One on Friday, President Trump briefly expressed his support for the recently introduced STATES Act, which would allow states to choose whether or not to legalize marijuana. The bi-partisan bill introduced yesterday (June 7) by Sens. Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) would amend the federal ban on cannabis under the Controlled...


Fort Peck Indian Reservation sees first fatal heroin overdoses in recent memory, sheriff's office says

A rash of heroin overdoses in the past month in northeast Montana has law enforcement on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation worried. The Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office has responded to two fatal overdoses and eight near-fatal overdoses in recent weeks and believes heroin — mixed with fentanyl — is responsible.


Research Suggests Suicides By Racial and Ethnic Minorities are Undercounted

Editor’s note: If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts, call the National Suicide Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or the Multnomah County Crisis Line at (503) 988-4888. Help is also available via chat at or by text at 741741. As a sociologist and criminologist, I often do community outreach on mental health prevention. I urge...


Authorities make arrest in Eastern Utah shooting of a man on tribal land

RANDLETT, Uintah County (News4Utah) - Authorities have arrested a man wanted in connection to a shooting Thursday just east of Randlett on tribal land. According to Sandra Baker, Public Affairs Specialist Federal Bureau of Investigations, they arrested Brandon Redfoot, 22, on tribal charges following a shooting that occurred around 7:45 p.m. Thursday outside a residence east...


Reported stabbing on Tonawanda Indian Reservation

BASOM - No charges were filed and no report was made after Genesee County sheriff’s deputies were called to an alleged stabbing on the Tonawanda Indian Reservation early Saturday morning. Chief Deputy Jerome Brewster said deputies were called to Bloomingdale and Meadville roads to investigate a reported stabbing. The victim refused to cooperate and initially refused medical...


Demolition of abandoned Winnipeg military base paves way for urban reserve

Fourteen years after troops pulled out, and a decade after First Nations groups began fighting the federal government in the courts for the property, the long-awaited demolition of the former Kapyong Barracks in Winnipeg has begun. Opened during the Second World War, Kapyong Barracks was the home of The Lord Strathcona's Horse, the 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian...


Ojibwe hockey star celebrates team's historic championship victory

Ojibwe hockey star Timothy "T.J." Oshie made history as the Washington Capitals professional hockey team won its first Stanley Cup in more than two decades. The Capitals defeated the Vegas Golden Knights in game five of the Stanley Cup finals on Thursday evening. Oshie plays forward for the Washington, D.C., team.


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