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Articles from the June 24, 2019 edition

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Vernon Whitefeather

Vernon Whitefeather March 26, 1947 ~ June 19, 2019 (age 72) Vernon Whitefeather, “Waabiginiw” which means “White Eagle”, age 72, of the Kingfisher Clan and Bemidji, Minnesota began his journey to the spirit world unexpectedly from his home on Wednesday, June 19,...

 

Margaret Muggs (Beaulieu) Hardy

Margaret Muggs (Beaulieu) Hardy September 29, 1939 ~ June 21, 2019 (age 79) Margaret "Muggs" (Beaulieu) Hardy, "Nenookaasi" which means "Hummingbird" 79, of Cass Lake, Minnesota began her journey to the spirit world on Friday, June 21st, 2019 from the Sanford Hospital...

 

Virgil Lussier

Virgil Lussier, 59, of Red Lake, MN died Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at Red Lake IHS Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 pm Monday, June 24, 2019 at the NEW Little Rock Center in Red Lake. A wake will begin at 1:00 pm on Sunday June 23 at the NEW Little Rock...

 

Roxanne Tina Harrison

Roxanne Tina Harrison September 24, 1978 - June 20, 2019 Roxanne Tina Harrison, "Wayec'an Wi" (Firefly Woman) 40 of Tokio, ND began her journey to the Spirit World surrounded by her loving family on Thursday, June 20, 2019. The Wake for Roxanne will be held at St....

 

Frustrated diabetics turn to internet black market for insulin

Abigail Hansmeyer had waited weeks for her health insurer to approve the type of insulin that works best to control her diabetes. Finally, with her supply running low, the New Brighton woman turned to a source that many diabetics have come to depend on: the robust...

 

Wisconsin claims it has more lakes than Minnesota. (Spoiler alert: It doesn't.)

Forget Vikings-Packers. The latest border rivalry between Minnesota and Wisconsin challenges the very essence of the North Star state. Wisconsin is claiming that it has more lakes than we do. http://www.startribune.com/wisconsin-claims-it-has-more-la...

 

Minnesota tribal leaders say Gov. Tim Walz, Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan live up to campaign promises

The state will spend millions each year on tribal contract schools. A Missing and Murdered indigenous Women Task Force starts meeting this summer. And American Indian communities get $2 million a year for traditional healing to combat opioid addiction. "Usually to get...

 

Trump: 'Surprise' question about Pence led him to hesitate

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump says he hesitated to back a possible 2024 presidential run by Vice President Mike Pence because he was caught off-guard by the question. Given a chance at a do-over, however, Trump still did not endorse his loyal lieutenant. "You...

 

Jurors convict Brooklyn Center woman of murder in death of baby in her care

Jurors convicted a Brooklyn Center woman of killing a 9-month-old boy she handled in a rough and aggressive manner while he was in her care. Jennifer L. Baldwin, 38, was convicted Friday in Hennepin County District Court of second-degree murder and third-degree assault...

 

Census, redistricting top remaining Supreme Court cases

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court enters its final week of decisions with two politically charged issues unresolved, whether to rein in political line-drawing for partisan gain and allow a citizenship question on the 2020 census. Both decisions could affect the...

 

Invasive carp caught in Minnesota rivers

The state Department of Natural Resources confirmed that over the last few weeks a bighead carp was caught in the St. Croix River near the Xcel Energy Allen S. King Power Plant in Oak Park Heights and three silver carp were caught in the Mississippi River between the locks and dams at Red Wing and Wabasha in...

 

BP: Two arrested on heroin charges at Bemidji hotel

BEMIDJI—Two people were arrested Wednesday after the Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force found more than 80 grams of heroin at a local hotel. Ileisha Lynee Guinn, 26, of Bemidji, and Isaiah Frederick Johnson, 31, of Cass Lake, have each been charged with one count of first-degree drug sales. https://www.b...

 

Red Lake Community Cook Out held on Saturday, June 22, 2019

The Red Lake Community Cook Out was held at 1 PM on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at the new Red Lake Park across from St. Mary's Mission. A new name was also selected for the park as two winners were selected in the Park Naming Contest. They were Naomi Kingbird and Debra...

 

BP: Beltrami County denies allegations in inmate's death

BEMIDJI—The defendants in a lawsuit against the Beltrami County jail have denied wrongdoing regarding the 2016 death of former inmate Tony May Jr. The defendants include Beltrami County itself, former Sheriff Phil Hodapp, as well as correctional officers Andrew Richards, Saul Garza, Adam Olson and Katherine O'Bryan....

 
 By Shirelle Moore    News    June 24, 2019

Two People Arrested After Drug Bust On The Leech Lake Reservation

Two people have been arrested for drug possession on the Leech Lake Reservation. One of them is also facing an additional charge of child endangerment. Agents from the Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force executed a search warrant from illegal drugs in the Norway Heights area of Cass Lake on Monday, June 17th. Upon executing...

 

PBTF agents executed a search warrant in Bemidji on Wednesday afternoon at a local hotel

On Wednesday, June 19, 2019, the Paul Bunyan Drug Task Force (PBTF) completed an investigation stemming from anonymous tips involving the distribution and sales of heroin within the Bemidji and Cass Lake areas. PBTF agents executed a search warrant in Bemidji on Wednesday afternoon at a local hotel. Arrested were...

 

Prisoners Are Wearing Blue in Protest for LGBTQ and Human Rights this Pride

This Saturday LGBTQ and allied prisoners at Shakopee Correctional Facility are wearing blue shirts for Pride and human rights, a peaceful protest in support of demands made by LGBTQ prisoners on May 19th. The prisoners, in partnership with the Twin Cities Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (IWOC), circulated...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 24, 2019

Red Lake School District has Groundbreaking Ceremony for $14.8 million addition and renovation project for Red Lake Elementary School - P3

RED LAKE - A Groundbreaking ceremony was held on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 12:30 PM for the Red Lake School District's $14.8 million addition and renovation project for the Red Lake Elementary School. In May 2018, Governor Mark Dayton signed off on $1.5 billion...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 24, 2019

Red Lake High School Graduation 2019 - P31

Red Lake High School Graduation 2019 took place on Saturday, June 1, 2019, at the Red Lake High School. There were 27 graduates taking part in the ceremony....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 24, 2019

Red Lake High School Graduation 2019 - P32

Red Lake High School Graduation 2019 took place on Saturday, June 1, 2019, at the Red Lake High School. There were 27 graduates taking part in the ceremony....

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    June 24, 2019

Red Lake High School Warriors Honor Banquet - P23

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

 

Lady Warriors lose to Walker-Hackensack-Akley 17-6 in Red Lake - P31

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...

 

Crow Head Start closure 'a tragedy' for reservation's youngest students

The three locations of the Crow Tribe's Head Start programs barely functioned last school year, leaving 3 and 4-year-olds without a resource for everything from academic and social growth to vision screenings to several square meals. On a reservation where American Indian students are less likely to graduate or go to...

 

UC Santa Cruz removes bell marking Catholic missions

UC Santa Cruz on Friday removed a bell marking the 18th century Catholic missions. The university invited community members to campus to witness the removal Friday of the El Camino Real Bell, which Native American critics say glorifies racism. https:...

 

Quileute man charged with child rape

PORT ANGELES — A Quileute tribal member has been charged with first-degree child rape involving a Lower Elwha Klallam tribal member, Lower Elwha officials said last week. Tyron E.L. Jackson, 28, was booked Monday into the Clallam County jail on a tribal Class A felony charge on $10,000 bail, according to the jail...

 

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