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Articles from the October 21, 2015 edition

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Red Lake Elementary School Football Action - P4

Red Lake Elementary School Football Action of Thursday, October 15, 2015 in Red Lake....

 

Beltrami County Sheriff's Office Volunteer Open House

Beltrami County is hosting a volunteer open house for recognition of the valuable contributions public safety volunteers in Beltrami County make and to recruit new members to join our emergency operations team. The open house will be held Wednesday, October 28th, 2015 at 6PM in the Beltrami County Boardroom located in the County Administration Building at 701 Minnesota Ave NW....

 

2nd Annual Darren "Scruff" Cook Sr. Scramble Results - P6

50/50 Winner: Karen White Longest Putt: Rexford Strong Longest Drive: Rob Roy and Lisa Sumner Closest to the Pin: Alex Barrett Skins: Julian Lussier (Hole #2) Rexford Strong (Hole #4) Rexford Strong (Hole #6) Rexford Strong (Hole #15) Mixed Results: 1st Place: Pat Defoe, Lisa Defoe, Diana Kingbird, Leo Kingbird 2nd Place:...

 

Red Lake Jr. High Warriors edged by Cass Lake 24-20 - P11

On Tuesday, October 6, 2015 the Red Lake Jr. High football team hosted Cass Lake. Red Lake led by a touchdown most of the game, but in the 4th quarter Cass Lake scored on a fumble to take the lead and hang on for the win....

 

JV Warriors edge Cass Lake Panther JV - P12

On Monday, October 5, 2015, the Red Lake Warriors JV hosted the Cass Lake Panthers. Playing both 11 and 9-man, each team kept pace with one another until the final quarter with Red Lake winning 42-32....

 

Red Lake Chemical Health sponsors 5K Color Walk/Fun Run for Recovery - P16

RED LAKE - On Tuesday, September 29, 2015, Red Lake Chemical Health sponsored a 5K Color Walk/Fun Run for Recovery. Registration began at 9 AM, with T-shirts going to the first 100 participants, and the event kicked off at 10 AM on the road by the Red Lake Boys and Girls Club. Walkers and runners went through the Red Lake...

 

Lady Warriors win fourth game in row 3-1 against Fond du Lac - P19

On Thursday, September 24, 2015 the Red Lake Lady Warriors Volleyball teams hosted Fond du Lac, taking the best of 5 series 3-1. FDL won the first game 26-24, and Red Lake won 3 in a row for the win. Earlier in the week Red Lake defeated Halstad on their home court. Today's win was Red Lake's fourth consecutive win of the...

 

Warriors improving but fall to Pine River 64-20 - P23

The Red Lake Warriors played their third home game of the season on Friday, September 18, 2015, falling to Pine River 64-20 Down 40-6 in the last minute of play in the first half, Red Lake scored two quick touchdowns to pull within 22 points at 40-18 at the end. The Warriors will host Pillager on Friday, September 25, 2015,...

 

Back to School Fest held in Red Lake - P25

On Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Red Lake Chemical Health Programs sponsored their annual "Back to School Fest" at the Red Lake Ball Field area and the Cage. Starting at 5 PM, school bags were handed out to students, there were carnival games and prizes including new bikes, and a hot dog lunch was served. Over 350 students were...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P33

The Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow was held on the weekend of September 4, 2015....

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Friday Evening Session - P33

The Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow was held on the weekend of September 4, 2015....

 

Forest Service Seeks to Expand Wood Product Markets

WASHINGTON, Oct. 20, 2015 — The U.S. Forest Service today announced that it is seeking proposals for projects to expand wood energy and wood products markets that support sustainable forest management, especially in areas with high wildfire risks. Grants will be made through the agency’s Wood Innovations program. "Forests on public and private lands face an increasing...

 

Peterson Leads Bipartisan Letter in Support of Strong Final RFS Rule

WASHINGTON - Congressman Collin C. Peterson today announced 17 bipartisan members of the Congressional Biofuels Caucus sent a letter to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy in opposition to the agency's proposed Renewable Volume Obligation numbers for 2014, 2015 and 2016. "The RFS is a crucial part of our domestic production of renewable fuels...

 

Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota announces the formation of the Goodwill-Easter Seals Foundation

St. Paul (Oct. 20, 2015) – For nearly a century, Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota has helped build strong and vibrant communities where all people, regardless of the barriers they face, can experience the power and dignity of work. To ensure that financial resources will grow to keep pace with the increased demand for services, Goodwill-Easter Seals Foundation was recently...

 

COUNTY: Board given update on possible location and costs for new transfer station

BEMIDJI -- Much of Tuesday's meeting of Beltrami County's Board of Commissioners centered on how much a new solid waste transfer station will cost and where it will go. Discussion on the project started during the Board's work session, where a presentation was shown which described the station as part of a larger multi-county plan led by the Polk County Solid Waste Advisory...

 

Help sought in finding college student last seen in Alexandria

ALEXANDRIA, Minn. -- Authorities are seeking help in finding a University of Minnesota Morris freshman student. Laura Ann Schwendemann, 18, has been missing since Wednesday evening, Oct. 14. According to authorities, she was last seen at the Holiday Gas Station on 50th Avenue in Alexandria at approximately 9:29 p.m. She is a...

 

CITY COUNCIL: Waiver vote splits council: Homeless coalition hoping to waive permit fees for new downtown shelter

BEMIDJI -- A request from the Nameless Coalition for the Homeless to waive certain fees for its shelter remodel failed Monday after a split vote of the Bemidji City Council. The nonprofit organization was seeking to waive a $784 building permit fee and a $112 mechanical permit fee for a total of $896. The organization would still pay two state surcharges, one for $2.50 and the...

 

Do early school start times put students' health at risk? One study says yes

Most mornings, Albert Durazo notices that his 15-year-old son, Caleb, is tired. The sophomore at Segerstrom High School in Santa Ana wakes up at 6 a.m. – then hits the snooze button for an extra half-hour – to get to school by 7:55, when the first bell rings. “He’s pretty lethargic in the morning,” Durazo said of his son. “It takes him a while to get into gear....

 

Anoka-Hennepin resorts to debt collector for mounting school lunch debt

Anoka-Hennepin School District officials have agreed on a last-ditch effort to try to get back $160,000 from families owing $100 or more in school meal debts — a collections company. The state’s largest district aims to set up collections by January for families that haven’t responded to other means of contact. One family owes about $4,600 and another has a tab of about...

 

Run of fatal shootings has alarmed even veteran police officers

Abdirahman Mohamed pushed his way through the crowd that gathered at Karmel Mall on Tuesday afternoon, in search of answers. What he got instead was only frustration — a day after his father was gunned down on a south Minneapolis street, police still didn’t know who shot him or why. “The killings are like a cancer in our community,” said Mohamed, who drove 14 hours...

 

seek speakership if House GOP unifies behind him

WASHINGTON — Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan told GOP lawmakers late Tuesday that he will run for speaker, but only if they embrace him by week's end as their consensus candidate — an ambitious bid to impose unity on a disordered and divided House. Dragged reluctantly into seeking a job he never wanted, Ryan spoke to his colleagues behind closed doors, telling them he will run...

 

Mondale is honored as the V.P. who changed the job

WASHINGTON – Walter Mondale was the first vice president to move his office into the White House — a decision that permanently changed the country’s No. 2 job and has reverberations in the current battle for the next president. Flanked by Vice President Joe Biden on a stage Tuesday, Mondale told an audience of local and national political luminaries gathered to honor him...

 

The great lice debate: More schools are abolishing 'no-nit' policies and choosing not to send students home

The great lice debate is heating up this fall, with talk of so-called “super lice” and more school districts scrapping the old practice of sending children home until there’s no trace of the parasite. Many school districts in Minnesota and elsewhere now let stricken students stay in class instead of missing school for days on end. “It’s not causing disease. It’s...

 

Campus sexual assault policies, at U and elsewhere, drawing scrutiny

Weeks into her freshman year at the University of Minnesota, Courtney Blake was sexually assaulted in her dorm room. She reported it to campus officials, rather than police. Though the young man argued the sex was consensual, he was found to have violated the student conduct code and put on disciplinary probation, given mandatory counseling and assigned to write a paper,...

 

The real story about retirement: Millions of baby boomers face financial crisis

Judy Davis works for a nonprofit organization helping homeless families overcome obstacles, find a place to live and bring stability to their children’s lives. “Kids are my passion,” Davis said. “Anything I can do to help kids, that’s what I’m here for.” The St. Paul woman is happy with her job and plans to continue working as long as she can. Which is good...

 

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