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Cops and Bobbers and Take a Kid Fishing Event held at Fuller's Lake - P12

RED LAKE - This year the Red Lake Department of Public Safety and Red Lake Department of Natural Resources have partnered for their Cops and Bobbers and Take a Kid Fishing events. There were well over 160 participants in this event, which started at 10 AM on Thursday,...

 

Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians 2018 Inauguration Ceremony held in Red Lake - P14

RED LAKE, MN – Shortly after 9 AM, the Red Lake Tribal Council convened at the Red Lake Casino Event Center for their Regular Tribal Council Meeting, along with numerous Tribal members and guests. One of the main purposes of the meeting being held at the Event...

 
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Special Red Lake School Board Meeting - Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Special Red Lake School Board Meeting - Wednesday, September 5, 2018 10 AM - Red Lake District Headquarters...

 

The GigaZone comes to areas of Cass Lake and the Leech Lake Reservation served by Paul Bunyan Communications

(Bemidji, MN) (September 4, 2018) – Areas of the Leech Lake reservation and Cass Lake served by Paul Bunyan Communications now have access to Gigabit Internet speeds over an all-fiber optic network, Paul Bunyan Communications announced today. Thanks to recent...

 

Beltrami County Jail Inmate Dies Of Unknown Medical Condition

A Beltrami County Jail inmate died while in custody Sunday of an unknown medical condition. Just before 5:00 P.M. while in the presence of a Corrections Officer and a Medical Technician, Hardel H. Sherrell, 27, of Apple Valley, collapsed and became unresponsive. Lifesaving efforts by jail staff were initiated...

 

Inmate of Beltrami County Jail dies of an unknown medical condition

Bemidji, MN: On Sunday, September 2, 2018 an inmate of the Beltrami County Jail died while in custody from an unknown medical condition. Hardel H. Sherrell, Age 27, of Apple Valley, MN, collapsed and became unresponsive while in the presence of a Corrections Officer and a Medical Technician at approximately 4:58 P.M....

 
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Headwaters Fall Kick Off!

When: Saturday, Sept 15th |10:00am-2:00 pm Where: Headwaters Music & Arts |519 Minnesota Ave NW, Bemidji, MN 56601 Contact: headwatersschool@yahoo.com | 218.444.5606 Who: Free and open to the public Headwaters Music & Arts holds its Fall Kick Of Saturday, September 15th. The event, which runs 10:00- 2:00pm, is an...

 

DeVos says she won't take action on funding to arm teachers

WASHINGTON (AP) — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Friday that she has “no intention of taking any action” regarding any possible use of federal funds to arm teachers or provide them with firearms training. DeVos’ comments came after a top official in her department, asked about arming teachers, said...

 

Opponents Target Kavanaugh on Private School Choice, Affirmative Action

As the confirmation hearing nears for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh, teachers' unions and progressive groups are trying to get traction for their opposition to him by focusing in part on two education issues that could soon return to the high court—private school choice and affirmative action. "Brett...

 

'It's Like, Who's Next?': A Troubled School's Alarming Death Rate

When four former students from the same school died within months of one another in 2015, it seemed random, a morbid coincidence. Then the number kept growing. At least seven more died the next year. Their fellow alumni, feeling more anxious with each death, started to keep count. By the time a classmate in Ohio died...

 

Montgomery schools need permission to free themselves from a tyrannical calendar

AS STUDENTS head back to classrooms for the start of a new school year, many of them — notably those from historically disadvantaged groups — will have lost academic ground since the beginning of the summer break. Montgomery County officials want to do something about this loss of learning. First, though, they...

 

Changes to high school start times in Richmond need School Board approval

Richmond Public Schools was premature in announcing changes to high school start times for the school year that starts Tuesday. When the city school system announced earlier this week that most high schools would start 10 minutes earlier because they were previously out of compliance with state standards, the division...

 

Thousands of students are forced into restraints or seclusion each year in Virginia schools

Strapped to a chair at the arms and legs, a hood pulled over your head. For Virginia parents, a state investigation's findings earlier this year on the treatment of immigrant teens in a detention center were a wake-up call. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2018/08/31/children-restraine...

 

Woman lay dead in Nevada jail cell for hours after deputy found her unresponsive

RENO, Nevada - Locked away in a Nevada county jail for failing to take care of her traffic tickets, 27-year-old Kelly Coltrain asked to go to the hospital. Instead, as her condition worsened, she was handed a mop and told to clean up her own vomit. She died in her jail...

 

New Documents Reveal Government Plans to Spy on Keystone XL Protestors

MISSOULA, Mont. — The American Civil Liberties Union and ACLU of Montana today released documents corroborating reports of collaboration between state and federal law enforcement officials ahead of the anticipated Keystone XL protests by environmental activists and indigenous communities. The records provide...

 

Paragon Casino Resort Donates $50,000 Check to Avoyelles Parish School Board on Behalf of the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana

MARKSVILLE, LA. – (Sept. 4, 2018) – On Tuesday, Sept. 4, Paragon Casino Resort will present a donation of $50,000 to the Avoyelles Parish School Board, on behalf of the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana. The presentation will take place at the School Board Office (221 Tunica Dr. West in Marksville, LA) at 5 p.m....

 

Health checks for ex-circus big cats

LOS ANGELES—Fourteen ex-circus big cats have undergone a raft of health checks to enable their rescuers Animal Defenders International (ADI) to get the travel permits needed to take them home. Four of the big cats required surgery to repair damage caused in the circus. Helping to enforce a ban on animal circus acts,...

 

Wiley Wallaby Gourmet Licorice Partners with Love Your Melon to Support Kids with Cancer & Their Families

PERHAM, MN ( September 4, 2018 ) -- Wiley Wallaby Gourmet Licorice and Love Your Melon announced today the offer of an exclusive co-branded Love Your Melon beanie to recognize Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. All proceeds from the sale of this beanie will benefit the Pinky Swear Foundation, a Minnesota-based...

 

Dakota Head Start launched at Lower Sioux Indian Community

With a dwindling number of fluent Dakota language speakers throughout Minnesota, the Lower Sioux Indian Community (LSIC) has started a unique Dakota language Head Start school and Early Head Start program at its Minnesota River Valley community. The programs – Cansayapi Wakanyeza Owayawa Oti (“Lower Sioux Children...

 

After Geronimo surrendered Sept. 4, 1886, the U.S. imprisoned 100s of Apaches as POWs for 27 years

He became a legend in his own time. Courageous, ruthless, stubborn, brilliant, and brutal, he became an icon of resistance whose aura has faded but definitely is far from vanished. He was the Mescalero-Chiricahua Apache known in the non-Indian world as Geronimo. After more than three decades of raiding and fighting,...

 

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