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Sheriff's Office Investigating Two Vehicle Injury Crash

On Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at approximately 1912 hrs. a Beltrami County Deputy was witness to a 2 vehicle crash near the junction of Irvine Ave (CR 15) and Island View Dr (CR 22) in Turtle River Twp. Turtle River Twp is located 6 ½ north of the City of Bemidji in Beltrami County. The vehicles, a 2012 Honda CRV...

 

Woman air-lifted to Fargo after major crash near Bemidji

Wednesday night a Beltrami County Deputy witnessed a two vehicle crash near the junction of Irving Ave and Island View Dr. in Turtle Lake Township. Deputy Sheriff Ernie Beitel says a 2012 Honda CRV was traveling northbound on Irvine Ave. and turned left into the...

 

In Senate race debate, Tina Smith, Karin Housley split over health care, immigration

In their first debate, Democratic U.S. Sen. Tina Smith and GOP state Sen. Karin Housley on Thursday clashed over issues ranging from health care and immigration to the nation’s partisan divide. Both agreed, however, that Polymet’s copper and nickel mine, which the state said earlier Thursday can proceed, would...

 

St. Thomas student dies after falling 10 stories from Minneapolis apartment

A University of St. Thomas student fell to her death from the 10th floor of an apartment building near the University of Minnesota early Thursday during a Halloween party, officials said. Authorities were called to the Bridges Apartments at 930 University Avenue SE. just before 1 a.m. They found a woman who had fallen...

 

Trump pledges asylum crackdown, tent cities; is it legal?

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Thursday he plans to sign an order next week that could lead to the large-scale detention of migrants crossing the southern border and bar anyone caught crossing illegally from claiming asylum — two legally dubious proposals that mark his latest election-season barrage...

 

FROM THE BELTRAMI COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPT

CSAH 5 approximately 1.6 miles north of Solway is now open for traffic. Construction crews may be still doing finish work in that area. Please use caution in and around all construction zones. For more information, please contact the Beltrami County Highway Department at 333-8173....

 

5 hospitalized after being shot in north Minneapolis

Five men were hospitalized with gunshot wounds on Thursday afternoon after an argument turned violent in north Minneapolis. Police responded to a shot spotter activation on 34th and Girard avenues N. around 4:45 p.m., where several callers reported that several people had been shot. http://www.start...

 

With Halloween over, Target and others roll out Black Friday deals

We have hardly said goodbye to the ghosts and goblins of Halloween, but it's time to get primed for Christmas. Target Corp. attempted to jump-start the holiday promotional blitz early Thursday by rolling out its Black Friday print and television advertisements with specials that started immediately....

 

University of St. Thomas removes 'It's OK to be white' poster

On the heels of a daylong campuswide discussion on racism, University of St. Thomas officials removed a flier Thursday saying, “It’s OK to be white.” The single poster, found taped to a city-owned electrical box on the southeast corner of Cretin and Summit Avenues, was similar to those found Wednesday night at...

 

56,800 migrant dead and missing: 'They are human beings'

JOHANNESBURG — One by one, five to a grave, the coffins are buried in the red earth of this ill-kept corner of a South African cemetery. The scrawl on the cheap wood attests to their anonymity: "Unknown B/Male." These men were migrants from elsewhere in Africa with next to nothing who sought a living in the thriving...

 

Judge rejects tribe's challenge to North Dakota voter ID law

BISMARCK, N.D. — A federal judge on Thursday denied a request from an American Indian tribe in North Dakota to block the state's voter ID law just days before the election. North Dakota's law requires voters to show ID with a residential street address, which American Indians have argued is not always evident on...

 

BP: 8 arrested in Hubbard County drug bust

PARK RAPIDS -- Ten people were arrested Tuesday in Hubbard County after multiple law enforcement agencies completed an extended investigation into drug trafficking, officials said. According to a release from the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office, authorities undertook controlled purchases of methamphetamine and...

 

BP: Zebra mussels confirmed in Lake Bemidji

BEMIDJI -- Lake Bemidji has an unwelcome guest. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources confirmed Thursday that the big lake contains zebra mussels, the invasive species that’s slowly-but-surely spreading across the Great Lakes. http://www.bemidjipioneer.com/news/4522793-updated-zebra-mussel...

 

PFA Approves over $31.47 Million in Funds

ST. PAUL – The Public Facilities Authority (PFA) approved $31.47 million in grants and loans for water infrastructure projects in the Western Lake Superior Sanitary District and in the City of Carlton. “Communities across Minnesota face serious water-quality challenges,” said Governor Mark Dayton. “This funding...

 

Peterson calls on FSA to make CRP payments where contract modifications are pending

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. (November 1, 2018) – Congressman Collin Peterson released the following statement Thursday calling on the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency headquarters to allow local FSA offices to make payments on Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts where modifications are pending,...

 

Minnesota lodging industry training staff to recognize and prevent sex trafficking

Together with the Minnesota Lodging Association, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) today released the Sex Trafficking Prevention and Response Training for the Minnesota Lodging Industry. The training is a requirement of a mandate passed during the 2018 Minnesota Legislative Session stating that employees of...

 

Commissioner's Statement regarding March of Dimes 2018 Premature Birth Report Card

Minnesota Commissioner of Health Jan Malcolm released the following statement today in response to the 2018 March of Dimes Premature Birth Report Card. The new report shows Minnesota’s 2017 preterm birth rate was 8.9 percent, up slightly from 8.8 percent in 2016. In comparison, the 2017 national rate was 9.93...

 

Children suffering due to big comeback of meth in Minnesota

(KMSP) - An old nemesis is back and it’s spreading like a plague across greater Minnesota. A decade after Minnesota passed laws to stomp out production of methamphetamine from makeshift labs, it’s now cheaper and easier to buy than ever. http://www.fox9.com/news/children-suffering-due-to-big-com...

 

Can maths solve the fake news voting conundrum?

With the American midterm elections around the corner, rumours of a UK general election in the winter, and a potential second referendum on Brexit, mathematicians from the University of Surrey and AXA Switzerland have produced a mathematical model that details the...

 

Halloween in Red Lake 2018 - P3

Halloween in Red Lake 2018...

 

Halloween in Red Lake 2018 - P4

Halloween in Red Lake 2018...

 

Redby Elder's Dinner 2018 - P10

Redby Elder's Dinner 2018 was held at the new Redby Community Center on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Elder's of the Redby Community received gifts, were treated to live music and a feast put on by the Redby Community....

 

Warriors end Regular Season with 54-6 loss to Blackduck at home - P12

The Red Lake Warriors ended their season with a 54-6 loss to Blackduck on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, in Red Lake. Red Lake finished it's season 0-7 on the year and the playoff games should be announced next week....

 

Warriors lose to Warroad 48-6 in Homecoming Game - P20

The Red Lake Warriors hosted Warroad in their Homecoming Game on Friday, October 5, 2018, losing 48-6....

 

Lady Warriors come out on top in 3-2 win over tough Kelliher-Northome Mustangs - P26

RED LAKE - The Red Lake Lady Warriors, coming off a win on September 20th at home over Fon du lac, held off Kelliher-Northome on Thursday, September 27th in five-games to take the victory. Red Lake won the first game, lost the second, won the third game and lost the...

 

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