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Articles from the October 22, 2015 edition

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Red Lake Elementary School Football Action - P5

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

 
 Events   

Breast Cancer Awareness Open House - Friday, October 23rd, 2014 at 1pm

Breast Cancer Awareness Open House Friday, October 23rd, 2014 at 1pm Red Lake Hospital Lobby Education & snacks **Prizes will be given away at 2pm. The prizes include an IPAD mini, hotel stays, $50 Target gift card, custom mammography pens, pink Columbia fleece jacket, wild rice, gift bag assortments. To be eligible to win...

 

2nd Annual Darren "Scruff" Cook Sr. Scramble Results - P7

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:...

 

JV Warriors edge Cass Lake Panther JV - P13

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 Nation Foods featured in new book about sustainable farming

Red Lake Nation Foods in new book The traditional ritual and business model of growing wild rice, as practiced by Red Lake Nation Foods in Redby, Minn., is among the 18 farming operations profiled in "Growing Tomorrow: A Farm-to-Table Journey in Photos and Recipes - Behind the Scenes With 18 Extraordinary Sustainable Farmers...

 

NATIVE ARTS AND CULTURES FOUNDATION AWARDS THE 2015 REGIONAL ARTIST FELLOWSHIP TO SEVEN NOTABLE AMERICAN INDIAN ARTISTS

VANCOUVER, Wash., Oct. 21, 2015 – Seven American Indian artists from the Upper Midwest—Minnesota, North and South Dakota and Wisconsin—have been awarded Regional Artist Fellowships from the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF). This is the second consecutive year that the NACF has awarded the fellowships, which recognize American Indian artists for artistic vision,...

 

Red Lake Chemical Health sponsors 5K Color Walk/Fun Run for Recovery - P17

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 - P20

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...

 
 By MPR News    News    October 22, 2015

Warrior Nation: A History of the Red Lake Ojibwe

The Red Lake Nation is unique among reservations in Minnesota — and a new book by Ojibwe historian and author Anton Treuer tells the story. Treuer obtained access to archives and collected oral histories of elders in order to tell a story that covers four centuries. Anton Treuer joined MPR News with Tom Weber Monday to talk about the book — Warrior Nation: A History of the...

 

Warriors improving but fall to Pine River 64-20 - P24

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 - P26

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 - Friday Evening Session - P34

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

 

NORTHERN ADVANTEDGE CAREER EXPO TO BE HELD OCTOBER 28

Bemidji, MN - The Northwest Minnesota Foundation (NMF) and IMPACT 20/20 are hosting the second annual Northern AdvantEdge Career Expo on October 28 at Bemidji State University's John Glas Field House. There are 1,109 high school students registered for the event from 14 schools across NMF's region. The career expo will provide each student with a hands-on approach and exposure...

 

BSU professor guides undergraduates through real-world cancer research

For the last 25 years, Dr. Mark Wallert, associate professor of biology at Bemidji State University, has guided undergraduates through real-world research experiences that have shown them what it means to be working scientists. As a new member of its biology faculty, Wallert is running his cancer research team at BSU for the first time this fall. He will share the philosophy...

 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P34

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

 

Profits pouring in: Municipal liquor stores experience success in Bemidji, statewide

BEMIDJI -- The results are in and they look good for municipal liquor store operations across Minnesota. Municipal liquor stores had record sales for the 19th consecutive year in 2014, totaling $335.6 million, an increase of $2.8 million from 2013, according to a report released Wednesday by Minnesota State Auditor Rebecca Otto. http://www.bemidjipioneer.com...

 

Car clues sought in missing UM Morris freshman case

ALEXANDRIA, Minn. -- Investigators in the case of a missing woman say they do not believe she left the west-central Minnesota area voluntarily and are seeking information about a car that may be involved. Laura Schwendemann, 19, was last seen about 9:30 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Holiday gas station on 50th Avenue in Alexandria. Investigators are asking the public to report sightings...

 

Academy offers educators lessons in police work, school safety

Shelly Anderson, an Apple Valley first-grade teacher, hoisted an orange plastic toy rifle and put herself in the shoes of a police officer responding to a knife-wielding parent in a school’s administrative office. Her partner, Rosemount High School teacher Alicia Blaz, raised a toy handgun as the pair shouted at a video screen, asking the man to drop his weapon as a...

 

Governor criticizes BNSF for rerouting oil trains into downtown Minneapolis

Gov. Mark Dayton has told BNSF Railway’s top executive that he is “deeply concerned” about the recent increase in Bakken oil trains on western suburban tracks into downtown Minneapolis, saying it puts an additional 99,000 people at risk. In a letter to BNSF CEO Carl Ice released Wednesday, the governor asked the railroad not to operate oil trains on the line that passes...

 

Randi Hariluk

Randi Hariluk (November 21, 1986 - October 19, 2015) Randi Hariluk, age 28, of Minneapolis, MN, formerly of Waubun, MN, died on Monday, October 19, 2015, at Unity Hospital in Fridley, MN. Randi Lynn Hariluk was born November 21, 1986, in Detroit Lakes, MN, the third child to Paul and Jacki (Murray) Hariluk. She grew up in the Wa...

 

Loaded gun found in backpack at St. Paul's Harding High

Concerns around safety in the St. Paul Public Schools flared anew Wednesday when it was discovered that a student brought a loaded handgun into a Harding Senior High School classroom. The gun never left the student’s backpack, and was recovered by staff during a search for marijuana, which also was found, Principal Doug Revsbeck said. He added: “As far as we know, there...

 

Anoka County Jail scans iris instead of taking fingerprints

See how a county jail in Minnesota is identifying people quicker. http://video.startribune.com/anoka-county-jail-scans-iris-instead-of-taking-fingerprints/333107521/...

 

2015 set to be hottest year on record by large margin

Just one year after 2014 set a record as the hottest year in the historical record, 2015 is on track to beat it by a large margin, possibly signaling a return to a sustained period of rapid global warming. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, a federal agency that tracks worldwide temperatures, announced Wednesday that last month had been the hottest September...

 

Marijuana use jumps in US adults, to almost 10 percent; almost 1 in 3 users may have a problem

CHICAGO — Marijuana use among U.S. adults doubled over a decade, rising to almost 10 percent or more than 22 million mostly recreational users, government surveys show. The trend reflects a cultural shift and increasingly permissive views about the drug, the researchers say, noting that other studies have shown increasing numbers of adults think marijuana should be...

 

State, feds defend tribal adoption law

PHOENIX — State and federal agencies are asking a judge to throw out legal claims by several Arizonans that a 37-year old federal law harms and illegally discriminates against Native American children. In court filings Friday, attorneys for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the state Department of Child Safety federal agency acknowledged the Indian Child Welfare Act does...

 

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