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Articles from the October 9, 2012 edition

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Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake on Monday, October 8, 2012. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their sets. It was also Parent Appreciation Night for the girls and their families....

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake - P2

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake on Monday, October 8, 2012. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their sets. It was also Parent Appreciation Night for the girls and their families....

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake - P3

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake on Monday, October 8, 2012. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their sets. It was also Parent Appreciation Night for the girls and their families....

 

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake - P4

Red Lake Girls Volleyball Action at Home with Cass Lake on Monday, October 8, 2012. Both Varsity and Junior Varsity lost their sets. It was also Parent Appreciation Night for the girls and their families....

 

Unity Riders honored those lost in the aftermath of the 2005 Red Lake High School shootings and others P35

On Saturday the Unity Riders continued on their journey to the Red Lake High School for a Memorial Ceremony, and on to the Red Lake Pow Wow Grounds for a Healing Ceremony. They had traveled from Spirit Lake, North Dakota, about a 250 mile journey. After the Healing Ceremony and delivering a ceremonial staff for the Red Lake...

 

Unity Riders honored those lost in the aftermath of the 2005 Red Lake High School shootings and others P36

On Saturday the Unity Riders continued on their journey to the Red Lake High School for a Memorial Ceremony, and on to the Red Lake Pow Wow Grounds for a Healing Ceremony. They had traveled from Spirit Lake, North Dakota, about a 250 mile journey. After the Healing Ceremony and delivering a ceremonial staff for the Red Lake...

 

Unity Riders honored those lost in the aftermath of the 2005 Red Lake High School shootings and others P37

On Saturday the Unity Riders continued on their journey to the Red Lake High School for a Memorial Ceremony, and on to the Red Lake Pow Wow Grounds for a Healing Ceremony. They had traveled from Spirit Lake, North Dakota, about a 250 mile journey. After the Healing Ceremony and delivering a ceremonial staff for the Red Lake...

 

Red Lake blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P6

Red Lake blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P6...

 

Red Lake blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P7

Red Lake blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P7...

 

Red Lake blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P8

Red Lake blanked in 24-0 Homecoming game loss to Western Lutheran P8...

 
 By Bill McAuliffe    News    October 9, 2012

Northern Minnesota wildfires burning underground

The wildfires that struck northwest Minnesota have gone underground, igniting layers of peat that could burn well into the winter. More than 150 people were working Monday by hand, with fire trucks and with heavy equipment to try to contain the wildfire, which had grown from about 4,000 acres last week to 24,848 and was declared 30 percent contained, although it was partly...

 
 By Doug Smith    News    October 9, 2012

Walleyes remain strong at Leech; Upper Red Lake regs relaxed

The walleye population on Leech Lake remains strong, according to this fall’s test netting survey. And anglers who fish Upper Red Lake this winter will be able to keep walleye from a wider slot limit than previously. First the Leech Lake news: The Department of Natural Resources walleye catch rates were above the long-term average for the sixth consecutive year. "September gi...

 

Honstead and Lemke receive Certificates of Commendation for assisting fellow citizen

On October 4th,2012, The Bemidji Police Department proudly recognized two of its citizens for helping a fellow citizen in need. On September 20th, 2012, Whitney Honstead and Michael Lemke were near Library Park when they heard a woman yelling for help. Honstead and Lemke witnessed a male assaulting the woman and telephoned...

 

Native American Financial Advice

Dear Dr. Per Cap: My tribe just finalized a major land claims settlement with the federal government. Some of the money will be given out to tribal members as per capita payments. I am looking forward to getting about $50,000 in a few months or so. The problem is I really need the money now. Someone called me and told me they...

 

NW Minnesota wildfire may not be contained for weeks

RED LAKE, Minn. - Authorities say it could be weeks before a wildfire in northwestern Minnesota is contained. The fire near Red Lake is the largest of several burning in the area and has consumed more than 38 square miles. The Department of Natural Resources says the North Minnie fire is not expected to be contained until the end of the month. The fire is threatening private...

 

‘Healthy Markets’ promotes safe visits to markets

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) are partnering with Long Cheng and Concord live animal markets in South St. Paul to launch “Healthy Markets,” an educational effort to promote healthy behaviors at the markets. “Healthy Markets” will focus on safe food handling...

 
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SPECIAL PROGRAMS AT THE BEMIDJI PUBLIC LIBRARY - Fall 2012 revised

Here is a revised list of special events coming up at the Library: On Monday October 8 from 3:00 – 5:00 we will have open house at the Bemidji Public Library to introduce you to our new eBook service. You are invited to bring in your eBook device, and we’ll walk you through the steps to register for the service and download eBooks. Anyone with a valid Kitchigami Library...

 

Red Wing Correctional Facility Juveniles Are Back In Custody

The two juvenile offenders who walked away from minimum security confinement last night were taken back into custody this morning. They are now being held by the Red Wing Police Department while an ongoing investigation determines if additional charges will be brought against the pair. Both juveniles were incarcerated at the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Red Wing, the...

 

Murray Michael Hill

Murray Michael Hill "Mato-Ska", age 59, of Sisseton, South Dakota Journeyed to the Spirit World on Tuesday, October 2, 2012. He was born on June 18, 1953 in Sisseton, South Dakota the son of Zachariah Hill and Josephine Starlight. The youngest of nine children. Michael attended BC Day School and received his GED. He married...

 
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Red Lake Pharmacy: Infants’ Acetaminophen Dosing Has Changed

What you need to know: Manufacturers are changing the amount (concentration) of acetaminophen in medicines for infants. Before this change, liquid acetaminophen products for infants were a different concentration than liquid acetaminophen for older children. Moving forward, both infants’ and children’s acetaminophen will be the same strength to standardize concentration and...

 

Case tied to faulty St. Paul crime lab dropped

Prosecutors have dismissed a Ramsey County drug case after state tests revealed that the embattled St. Paul crime lab erroneously identified a substance as methamphetamine....

 

Canadians say same-sex marriage there has had costs

The fight over the marriage amendment intensified Monday, as the lead group pushing the measure brought in advocates from Canada who say that legalizing same-sex marriage has radically transformed the country over the past decade....

 

Hundreds in Minnesota report signs of stroke, meningitis

Hundreds of Minnesotans who received potentially contaminated steroid injections have been advised to seek medical evaluation after reporting symptoms of meningitis or stroke, state health officials said Monday....

 

Tomatoes may be weapon against stroke risk

A diet that includes tomatoes could lower the chance of having a stroke....

 

U.S. out of money to battle wildfires

WASHINGTON - In the worst wildfire season on record, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service ran out of money to pay for firefighters, firetrucks and aircraft that dump retardant on monstrous flames....

 

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